Coinz

February 2, 2017

Issues with Duplicate Coin Codes

We have discovered that there was an issue during the production of the MVM and Leprechaun Coinz. The codes for the MVM Coinz were duplicated on the Leprechaun Coinz. We are working with our supplier to have replacements with all new codes made. Mystery Pin, Dragon, Unicorn, Yeti, and Places Coinz seemingly were not affected in the mixup.

If you have an activated MVM coin, no action needs to be taken. If you have an MVM coin that says it is already linked to another account, please contact support@munzee.com, and we will help resolve that issue.

If you have a Leprechaun coin, you will receive an email regarding a replacement for your coin. Please DO NOT activate these coins if you haven’t already. If you already have, we will assist with correcting those coins.

We apologize for the confusion and inconvenience. We take full responsibility for this issue and want to correct it as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Thank you.

February 2, 2017

Coinz Badges Are Here!

The introduction of Coinz in October of last year and their expansion in January added a whole new level to the Munzee game. This part will continue to grow and with that comes new badges! Starting tomorrow (February 3rd), two lines of badges for Coinz will begin awarding: Coins Discovered and Munzees Visited.

Coins Discovered

The Coins Discovered line of badges will include World 1-1, World 1-2, and World 1-3 for discovering 10, 100, and 500 coins, respectively.

Munzees Visited

The Munzee Visited line of badges will include The Claw, Skee Ball, and Munzee Arcade for visiting 100, 500, and 1000 munzees with a coin, respectively. (Note: These require discoveries made with a single coin and do not compound, e.g. If you have 43 visits with a Longsword coin and 57 visits with a Greenie coin, you DO NOT earn the badge.)

 

These badges will be found under the Coinz category. The Munzees Visited line WILL NOT show on the badges page until earned. The Coins Discovered line will appear on the badge page with the following null image until earned:

We hope you enjoy these new badges! Keep an eye out for more information about new Coinz coming soon!

Munzee on!

 

 

January 30, 2017

New Places Munzees and a Places Munzee Coin

We’d like to thank everyone who submitted recommendations for new Places Munzees. We had almost 3,000 submissions in less than two days for stadiums and airports all over the world. The team sorted through them, and we will be adding over 300 more locations tomorrow, January 31st, at 15:00 MHQ time.

To celebrate these new Places Munzees, we will also be releasing a limited number of Places Munzee Coinz.

The Places Munzee Coinz can be set to track all Places Munzees (Stadiums, Airports, and future Places) that you capture. These will be available in the Munzee Online Store tomorrow at 15:00 MHQ time, and there is a limit of 1 per account.

We hope you enjoy the new Places Munzees and the Places Munzee Coin!

Munzee on!

January 25, 2017

Mythological Munzee Coinz and Pins!

We’re excited to announce the release of the next set of Munzee Coinz featuring The Mythological Munzees! You’ll soon be able to track Unicorn, Leprechaun, Dragon and Yeti munzees with these limited edition coins.

As with previous Munzee Coinz, each coin has a distinct Munzee code and an Extagz code on the back. The Mythological Coinz can also be set to track each individual type by editing the coin’s settings on your Munzee online profile. By enabling this feature it will exclusively track every time you capture that particular Mythological Munzee. You can then see that tracking data on your Munzee online profile page.

For example: If you enable this feature for a Yeti coin it will only track the Yeti munzees you have captured. 

Due to the overwhelming response from our Coinz of The Month Club signups we have decided to expand our initial Mythological coin stock to include Mythological Munzee lapel pins as well. These pins will work just like Coinz, but once you purchase the pin the coin code will automatically be added to your account. Since this wasn’t initially planned the pins will not have the coin code imprinted on the back, but you can view this coin’s code on your Munzee online profile so you can still have others discover your coin.

Coins and lapel pins will go on sale Thursday January 26th at 3 PM MHQ Time in the Munzee online store. Munzee Coinz will cost $10 and and lapel pins with coin codes will cost $11. Please note that supplies are very limited. Players will be able to buy all 4 Mythologicals, but will be limited to either one coin or one pin. 

For example: You can buy a leprechaun coin and a yeti pin, but you cannot buy a leprechaun pin and a leprechaun coin. 

Follow THIS LINK to find both Coinz and Pinz!

Want to learn more about Munzee Coinz? Check out the informational video below!