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We spent a few weeks on the Oregon coast this summer. It wasn’t until we got back home that I realized that we skipped picking up a collectible token available there, specifically the Oregon Coast one. I’m curious if anyone in the area knows a store that I might be able to buy from online or by calling directly. Thanks so much for any support.
I am not sure whether this will work for you or not, but those devices that you put a penny in and it smashes it and puts a mark on it, those are available at the aquarium in Newport. That could be an option if you cannot find a real token. Typically we still found the tokens are larger tourist sights such as Notre Dame in Paris, etc. Since the coast doesn’t have anything major like that, I would think you would just need call different souvenir stores and inquire around. Good luck!
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Every mystery pack contains five tokens: one Coin Token, one Mr. Monopoly Token, and one Board Property Token, as well as two House Tokens or one House Token and one of the other two tokens in that set.
So, how arbitrary is it? It turns out, not at all. I soon discovered that mystery boxes are not really random after making my first purchase at Walmart (the only place I could find them). In reality, you can tell which set you’ll get by looking at the serial number on the bottom of the package.
So, what distinguishes certain tokens as Super or Ultra Rare? I’m just guessing that Assortments #5 and 6 were produced in smaller amounts. Aside from that, if anyone can read the numbers on the bottom of the boxes, they can easily catch the entire collection.
As I previously said, the only time I saw them during the holidays was at one of my local Walmarts. They were shown in an aisle. If they’re still available at your local shop, they’ll most likely be in the Toys department’s gaming section.