How to spin the Monopoly wheel in Monopoly GO

Monopoly Wheels are one of the most sought-after mini-games in Monopoly GO, functioning similarly to a spinning lottery wheel. You can spin the wheel to win various rewards such as free dice rolls, sticker packs and cash. But how do you get the wheels in Monopoly GO and make them turn? Here are some tips to help you.

How to get the Monopoly Wheels in Monopoly GO

Monopoly_Go Wheel Boost Event
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To earn a Monopoly wheel, you have to do it Complete a color set in Monopoly GO. A color set consists of all property tiles that have the same color. You must upgrade each property tile in a color set with hotels to make it glow. Then, when you land on a glowing tile in the color set, you can spin the color set wheel.

Please note: After spinning the wheel to receive a reward, you gain one net value point for each property tile in the set and the hotels are removed.

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How to spin the Monopoly GO wheel?

Monopoly GO Spinning the Wheel
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No special action is required to spin the wheel once you land on the correct space. Simply tap the spin button to spin the wheel and claim your reward. The rewards you can get from the wheel depend on the event and the type of wheel you spin.

As mentioned earlier, you can spin the wheel to win various rewards such as: B. Free dice rolls, sticker packs and cash. In the meantime, be sure to keep an eye on Monopoly GO events like Wheel Boost.

During this limited-time event, every time you complete a set and land on one of the hotel tiles, you will have the opportunity to spin the color wheel twice. Double the prizes, double the fun.

For more information on Monopoly GO, see How to trade cards in Monopoly Go and When will the next Golden Blitz take place in Monopoly GO? on Pro Game Guides.

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