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I am playing Monopoly Hotels, and like all free-to-play iOS real-time games (think Farmville, etc), you have a regular currency (Monopoly dollars) and a premium currency (Monopoly gold). I know I can get gold by paying real-world money, but I would like to avoid that.

The game gives you some gold to start with, and then you periodically earn more. I thought it was through levelling up, but my last level-up didn't get me any gold.

What is the in-game free way to earn gold?

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Click on the gold image then click free gold. It should give you 2 videos, just watch them and you'll get free gold. But save them wisely for the fancy restaurant.

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Is there any other ways? I have those two gold, which brings me to a total of 7, and the Fancy Restaurant requires 80. I haven't been able to watch the videos more than once. – Ash Jan 3 '12 at 17:46

You can complete stickers, and some give you gold - but I don't remember which ones do.

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You keep waiting and once you have built in 5 hotels or so your daily GO bonus gives you 2-4 gold a day instead of the regular currency.

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In the left corner, where you click on the free gold, is a red hurricane-like thing. Clicking on that and creating a free account provides you with 3 free gold coins.

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That would be the Origin account sign up. :) – Ash Feb 18 '12 at 20:48

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