Snapfish… is that like a Filet-o-fish?
Wise people say that giving a person a fish only feeds them for a day, but giving them a fishing rod feeds them for a lifetime. So what if you give them a McDonald’s Monopoly contest instant win Snapfish prize — what does that do for them? I can only try to answer that question hypothetically, because, as a homeless person, I cannot complete the requirements for claiming my instant win Snapfish prize — NFA, and all that.
Snapfish describes itself as an online photo service. It’s services include photo sharing, and storage, but all it’s other services are heavily weighted towards providing photo prints, in book form, on coffee mugs, calendars and jewelery, and so on. A prize of online image storage might appeal to me, but, the sticker describes the prize as a 4″ x 6″ photo book, and I can’t begin to express how underwhelming that sounds to me.
The instant win stickers list their instructions in really tiny type, so if your eyesight is not 20-20, and you live in Canada, here’s a sticker writ large. McDonald’s 2013 Monopoly prize redemption Web site: http://www.iwonatmcd.ca/.
While the McMonopoly contest is in effect, there are NO coffee card stickers. And, not to complain too much, but, today the price of my Double Quarter Pounder with cheese order (with large fries, and large coffee), increased from $9.33 to $9.55 CDN; that’s the third, or fourth McPrice increase this year. Click the images to enlarge them.