Lucky Plinko 2: All 39 Decorations and How To Win Real-Life Money For Free

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Lucky Plinko 2 is the second in a series of money-winning games for the iOS and Android platforms by Shapekeeper, following the original Lucky Plinko. This one is actually a cross between Plinko and Coin Pusher/Dozer games, as you drop coins through a plinko board first, onto the dozer board, giving you two chances to win money.

It’s difficult to earn real money in this game, but it isn’t impossible to do so. There are multiple ways that you can.

Read on for tips on how to make real cash in Lucky Plinko 2!

Your main method of play in this game is, of course, dropping coins down through the peg board. Sometimes obstacles appear, though, and when they do, they can block the progress of your coins. From there, you have two ways to get them out.

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One way is to bounce more coins down the peg board and try to knock the trapped coins off of the obstacles. The other is to use one of your three power-up types, which is the “Unblock” power-up. This makes the obstacles disappear for 30 seconds.

For the coin dozer half of the board, your best bet is to use the Wall power-up, which raises walls on the left and right side, meaning that no coins are wasted, period. Every coin that falls, will fall off of the front of the board, which is what you want.

The third power-up is the Shake function, which shakes the board, knocking coins off that are at the front, and which drops a large number of gold coins down on the screen.

Green coins are the ones that count as dollars and cents when you knock them off of the board. Gold coins, which are the more common ones, simply count as coins.

You also have a treasure box that moves from side to side at the bottom of the screen. Fill it with coins to fill up the moons on the front of it. Once you fill all three moons, the game will switch to night mode, which is when the huge rewards come into play.

When you get night mode, the lucky wheel goes away an the slot machines begin. Every coin dropped into the treasure chest will earn one spin at the slots, and the rewards come rapidly. This is when you’ll load up on green coins.

For the lucky wheel itself, you can still win green coins, but gold coins are most common. If you win a message in a bottle, you’ll get an instant prize of gold coins, typically around 10,000 or so.

If an Amazon gift card shows up on the board, and you drop it down, you will add one point to your Amazon coin total. Once you get enough of them, you will be able to redeem them for an Amazon gift card.

Once you’re able to redeem your winnings, you’ll see a “Redeem” menu button appear. Tap the button to redeem whatever you have won, whether it be cash or gift cards.

Once you earn all 39 decorations in this game, you will be able to redeem them for a massive amount of money. You can win the decorations with specific spins on the lucky wheel. Spin right and the decoration will fall down on the board.

Once it does fall on the board, you have to drop it off of the front of the board, just like with the coins and cash, not off the sides of the board, or it won’t count. Also, when someone else wins, oftentimes the devs will give every player a bonus dollar.

If you are having a hard time getting the redeem button to appear, delete and then download the game again. The Terms of Service claims that an automated algorithm determines whether you can be a winner or not as soon as you play the game, so if you have not gotten lucky, your best bet might be to start all over again.

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6 thoughts on “Lucky Plinko 2: All 39 Decorations and How To Win Real-Life Money For Free

  1. Lisa

    I redeemed the 50 Amazon cards that I earned, but when and where will I find my card?

  2. Karen Hill

    So after reading all these reviews I guess this is like false advertisement. There is no payouts. I do not think this is legal but I will check it out

  3. Heather

    I enjoy this game, it’s fun and entertains too. Anyways I have wonder if the amazon gift cards is legit, I have redeem my $50 gift card for amazon, and $2x 2 but it’s been over a week and I haven’t been able to get the gift card. Now I’m thinking this is a waste of my time. I like the game. But I would like to have the gift card that earn. What’s going on. Is this a legal and legit game to win or not.?

  4. bobbi Padgett

    I’ve cashed out two $2.00 amazon gift cards. It took about a week to be emailed the link but there’s a handy link in the reward email that allows you to “add to amazon balance” Very easy, and seemless. Not a ton of cash, but if I keep playing, it’ll add up

  5. Mark

    So I have 38 if the 39 decorations and I’ve have dozens of other ones fall in from and it will not give the the last one.

  6. Sarah George

    I managed to be lucky enough to get to the $100 cash out limit and I thought it would cash out to my PayPal but it said it would send me $100 Amazon gift card. But it spent 7 days showing pending in my redemption box in the app then disappeared completely. It never showed up in my email. This is quite disappointing since it took about 2 months to get the $100. Lesson learned….


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