How to Get Free Valentines Hearts in Monopoly GO

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Monopoly GO Valentine's Partners event hearts
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February is a month of love for many, especially as we approach Valentine’s Day. Let’s talk about how to get heart tokens during Monopoly GO’s Valentine’s Partners event.

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How to Get Hearts in Monopoly GO’s Valentine’s Partners Event

There are four main ways to get Valentine’s Partners event hearts in Monopoly GO:

  • Land on heart tokens
  • Complete quick wins
  • Participate in Monopoly GO’s events and tournaments
  • Redeem rewards from Monopoly GO links

While completing daily quick wins and obtaining event rewards are great ways to get hearts, landing on tokens around your Monopoly board will consistently get you small amounts of hearts as long as you have enough dice to sustain it.

Similarly, Scopely regularly releases links that give you dice, money, and sticker packs, with hearts often appearing as a potential reward.

Heart Board Tokens

Your bread and butter during this event is picking up heart event tokens. These appear randomly around the board; upon claiming one, another will spawn in a different spot. In other words, you can gain thousands of hearts if you have enough dice to roll and travel around your Monopoly board.

Monopoly GO Valentine's heart token
Screenshot by Prima Games

Each token gives one heart for every dice you use. In other words, using one die in your roll will provide you with one heart if you land on the token, while using 100 gives you 100. This may not sound like a lot, but if you have High Roller active and roll 1000 dice at once, you can earn 1000 hearts in one moment, depending on your luck.

Quick Wins

Each day, you can complete up to three daily objectives, ranging from collecting stickers to obtaining money. Each quick win gives you Valentine’s hearts, allowing you to gain up to 250 daily or 1,500 during the event.

Events and Tournaments

One of the best ways to get hearts quickly is to participate in tournaments and events. An example is the Cupid’s Cuties event, which gave 3,360 hearts for two days.

Similarly, you can participate in daily tournaments to get extra hearts during various milestones. While you won’t get hearts at every level, its top leaderboard slots often provide hundreds, with milestones also giving some occasionally.

Rewards Links

Lastly, you can occasionally get hearts by using Scopely’s reward links, which you can find on their social media accounts. In particular, the Monopoly GO Facebook is a great place to get them, but you can also use Discord and X to find them.

As of now, there are no active dice links that provide hearts. However, by checking Monopoly GO’s social media pages, you can get free dice once to twice daily, giving you extra chances to get board rewards.

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Madison Benson
Madison was a staff writer at Prima Games who has played video games for over twenty years and written about them for over two years. Her love for video games started with turn-based strategy games like Heroes of Might and Magic and has since extended to casual farming sims, MMORPGs, and action-adventure RPGs.