How to get more pickaxes in Monopoly GO

Pickaxes are essential for unearthing archaeological treasures as part of the Egyptian Treasures, even in Monopoly GO, and I always seem to run out of them so quickly. In this guide, I’ll explain how to get more pickaxes and what you need to do to never run out of pickaxes again.

How to get more pickaxes in Monopoly GO

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The best way to make sure you get more pickaxes in Monopoly GO is: Hunt for event rewards. By naturally going through and receiving various events quick winsyou can also progress in Egyptian Treasures at the same time. You can also get a pair by reaching certain milestones. When you reach Milestone 3 in the Egyptian Treasures event, you will receive three additional pickaxes, including some money.

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Playing Monopoly GO frequently is the key to getting the most pickaxes, as unfortunately there is no effective shortcut or exploit to get lots of them in a short amount of time. Considering that the Egyptian Treasures event only lasts until November 16th, we’d all better start completing these challenges.

How to use the pickaxe in Monopoly GO

To use the pickaxe in Monopoly GO, roll around the game board to get more pickaxes and valuable prizes. You unlock amazing treasures by tapping squares to use a pickaxe. Find all the treasures to complete collections and win useful items, but you must be careful; Some treasures are hidden beneath the surface.

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Dustin Huang

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