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Hunt for Hidden Cash Spreads to the UK

What began as a social experiment aiming to help regular people has started an envelope-hunting craze of internatio...

Hunt for Hidden Cash Spreads to the UK

What began as a social experiment aiming to help regular people has started an envelope-hunting craze of international scope. The “Hidden Cash” donor first started hiding cash-filled envelopes in San Francisco, then New York, and today has reached the UK. Hidden Cash's UK Twitter account has sparked money hunts around the country.

 

The first cash drop happened in Leeds, where a lucky person discovered an envelope of ₤50.

 

 

The second find was in Manchester.

 

 

Another cash payout occurred in Sheffield. This time Hidden Cash congratulated the lucky finder.

 

 

Money envelopes were also dropped in Brighton...

 

 

...and London.

 

 

Just as the original American donor is anonymous, the British benefactor also remains unidentified. The anonymous cash-stasher sees these treasure hunts as social experiments, giving the hunters clues as to where to find the secret locations. The lucky finders are encouraged to post their awards on the Hidden Cash UK Twitter profile.


 

According to Twitter, Hidden Cash will soon be returning to the scene of the crime, San Francisco.

 

 

Hidden Cash is currently at 426 000 followers and counting. It seems it isn’t the cash that people are after, though, it’s the adventure and excitement. The lucky finders spend their cash differently: some donate to charity, some treat friends to pizza, and some put gas in their cars. Hidden Cash tapes the envelopes to fire hydrants, stop signs, and dumpsters. If you’re feeling lucky, read the Tweets for clues, and watch out for signs!

 

 

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