Monopoly GO: All Retro Love Event Rewards Listed

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Monopoly GO Retro Love event rewards
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Monopoly GO events allow you to obtain thousands of dice, tons of money, and many other prizes, including stickers and exclusive tokens. Here’s the complete list of every Retro Love event reward and the points needed to reach its milestones.

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Monopoly GO Retro Love Event Rewards and Task List

Monopoly GO’s Retro Love event has 43 rewards you can collect over two days. While you’ll initially receive a small amount of cash, dice, and one-star stickers, these prizes scale quickly, with the last few milestones providing thousands of dice and five-star cards.

Below is every Retro Love event reward and their required points:

Retro Love LevelPoints RequiredRewards
1515 dice rolls
210Cash
315One-Star Sticker Pack
480120 dice rolls
515Cash
620One-Star Sticker Pack
72510 minutes of Rent Frenzy
830Cash
9180225 dice rolls
1035Cash
1140One-Star Sticker Pack
1250Cash
13300350 dice rolls
1455Cash
155010 minutes of Cash Grab
1660Cash
1770Two-Star Sticker Pack
18700720 dice rolls
1970Cash
2080Three-Star Sticker Pack
21100Cash
221,2001,100 dice rolls
2315015 minutes of High Roller
24140Cash
25175160 dice rolls
261,000Cash
27200Four-Star Sticker Pack
28300240 dice rolls
29350Cash
301,8001,500 dice rolls
31500Cash
32750Cash
33800Four-Star Sticker Pack
34900Cash
352,8002,200 dice rolls
361,000Five-Star Sticker Pack
371,10025 minutes of Rent Frenzy
381,200Cash
392,500Cash
401,300850 dice rolls
411,400Five-Star Sticker Pack
421,500Cash
436,0006,300 dice rolls
Five-Star Sticker Pack
Credit: Monopoly GO Wiki

Since a new partner event is approaching later this week, this event is an excellent opportunity to gain additional dice and stickers to complete your Monopoly GO Origins albums. By doing this, you can get extra prizes in preparation for the event, helping you and your partners reach the grand prize quicker.

However, until then, the main purpose of this event is the same as any other: gather as many dice, cash, and stickers as possible so you can complete your landmarks and advance further in Monopoly GO’s worlds.

How to Score Points in the Monopoly GO Retro Love Event

During Monopoly GO’s Retro Love event, scoring points requires landing on the four corner tiles around the board. Below are the four tiles:

  • Go
  • Visiting Jail
  • Free Parking
  • Go to Jail

Landing on these tiles gives you four points that scale with your dice multipliers. In other words, while using only one dice will provide you with a small amount, rolling dozens, hundreds, or thousands of dice at a time will increase your points, allowing you to skyrocket through each level. Furthermore, powerups like High Roller can raise your dice limit, allowing you to reach massive multipliers if you have enough dice for it.

When Does the Retro Love Event End in Monopoly GO?

The Monopoly GO Retro Love event ends on Friday, February 9, 2024, at 7 AM PT / 10 AM ET. Since other tournaments and events take place at the same time, participating in this two-day event allows you to collect points and currency for them, allowing you to hasten your progress and get closer to finishing them. Once Retro Love ends, another tournament will begin immediately, giving you little time to prepare.

Are you ready to find some dice and progress through the event? Check out our list of free Monopoly GO dice links, or tap the tag below to browse our growing article list.

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