A pair of these puzzles could win you $2 million

Each puzzle unlocks at least $1, but you may win up to $1 million

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Three hands assemble The 2 Million Dollar Puzzle on top of a white grid sheet next to a bowl of oranges

Puzzles can provide hours of brain-stimulating entertainment, and the end result is usually a remarkable work of art. But what if you can partake in this pastime while entering a game of luck? Piecing together an intricate puzzle might feel more rewarding if you know there’s a cash prize waiting for you on the other side.

If you’re feeling lucky, The 2 Million Dollar Puzzle might be right up your alley. MSCHF, the New York-based street collective behind The One Million Dollar Puzzle, is back with another opportunity to win big. This time, only two puzzles in the entire batch will unlock a one-million dollar prize, meaning the more kits you assemble, the higher your chances of cashing out a handsome payout. One puzzle costs $30, but you can increase your odds by purchasing two for $56, three for $80 or four for $100.

Here’s how it works. Complete the 500-piece jigsaw puzzle to reveal a massive QR code. Then, scan the symbol with your mobile device to reveal your jackpot. Each puzzle unlocks at least $1 with prizes scaling up to $1 million, so everyone’s a winner.

Keep in mind that you can’t win $2 million with one puzzle alone, so choose your pack wisely. You may also use this information to decide whether you want to call upon a few friends to assemble the QR code with you. It could make for a fun addition to your next game night, but if your particular puzzle contains the grand prize, you might regret asking for help. Alternatively, piece the picture together solo and reap all the rewards for yourself.

How much would you be willing to spend for the chance to win life-changing money? You can purchase one 2 Million Dollar Puzzle for $30, two for $56, three for $80 or four for $100.

Prices subject to change.

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