Now here’s a puzzle that could be worth more than YouTuber Simone Giertz’s beautiful yet functional two-in-one puzzle and dinner table. It’s truly a fine piece of woodworking, but it ain’t worth a million dollars — not like this one might be. As one of Nerdist’s early Black Friday deals, your luck could begin today when you save $5 on The One Million Dollar Puzzle by MSCHF, dropping the price to just $24.99.
Here’s how it works: Every puzzler will win money. There are no losers. As you complete the jigsaw puzzle, you’ll notice that you’re piecing together a large QR code. The puzzle isn’t difficult to complete, but it’s exciting and challenging to put together — enough to boost your brainpower. On a scale of easy to difficult, it’s in the middle.
Once you finish, take a picture of your entire jigsaw puzzle to scan the QR code with the camera on your mobile phone or tablet. You’ll be directed to a website where you’ll enter your secret prize code (from inside your puzzle box) and learn what you’ve won. Then follow the instructions to redeem your prize. While the payouts range anywhere from $0.25 to $1,000,000, if you complete the puzzle, you are sure to win something, provided you’re over 18 years of age. If you’re under 18, just let your parents accept the prize money for you.
Featured on Mashable, Business Insider, and iHeart Radio, The One Million Dollar Puzzle was designed by MSCHF, a next-generation street art collective with a “cult-like following across multiple generations.” The jigsaw puzzle isn’t huge, with 500 pieces that are made of recycled cardboard. The puzzle pieces are die-cut, making them easy to handle and unique, as no two are alike. When completed, the size of the puzzle is 15.7″ x 15.7″.
Take advantage of early Black Friday savings that take $5 off The One Million Dollar Puzzle by MSCHF for a limited time, and create your chance for just $24.99.