Hidden Cash comes back to New York; fills Pez dispensers with money

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Hidden Cash planted 38 Pez dispensers at an undisclosed New York beach Sunday. (Photo: @HiddenCash)

Hidden Cash planted 38 Pez dispensers at an undisclosed New York beach Sunday. (Photo: @HiddenCash)

MANHATTAN (PIX11) — Hidden Cash is back and better than ever!

The scavenger game run by California real estate investor Jason Buzi and his philanthropic friends got creative and hid dozens of Pez dispensers filled with cash at the beaches in Coney Island.

A special Superman Pez dispenser contained a voucher for two round-trip plane tickets to anywhere in the U.S.

More than 2,000 New Yorkers hunted for cash in June, when the Hidden Cash fairies planted envelopes all over Central Park and Prospect Park.

Hidden Cash “paid it forward” at a Bronx supermarket today, when an accomplice will slipped a manager $1,000 to pay for shoppers’ groceries.

Buzi created the games first in San Francisco as a fun way to give back to their community. The team began organizing games all over the county in June,

Since the group has been running nonstop, Buzi said Hidden cash will take a break to reorganize and make long-term, sustainable plans.

And Hidden Cash hasn’t wasted any time doling out clues on its Twitter account.

Here are the latest:


1 Comment

  • tm

    Thank you for good news. News that is not about someone trying to sue and destroy our police department.

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