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A Toronto TikToker Is Hiding $50 Bills Around The City

Do you know the 6ix like the back of your hand? Well, then you could be a shoo-in for some free cash if you are quick enough.

A Toronto TikToker is offering residents a chance to embark on a citywide treasure hunt by reportedly dropping random bills and items around the downtown areas.

@dxbcreates

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The creator of the challenge, who goes by the handle "dxbcreates," has amassed more than 120,000 followers and almost 900,000 likes on the social media platform thanks to their wholesome shenanigans.

In their latest video, which was posted on Sunday, the user can be seen hiding a $50 bill on a rock, showing the surrounding area around them as a clue.

A video was also posted earlier this month of a $50 bill being hidden near the Rogers Centre.


This article’s cover image was used for illustrative purposes only.

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