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Hidden Cash treasure hunt in Sacramento will be for early risers

Published: Monday, Jun. 23, 2014 - 11:22 am
Last Modified: Tuesday, Jun. 24, 2014 - 11:26 pm

The Hidden Cash scavenger hunt twitter account is divulging a few more hints on how the game will go down in Sacramento this week.

"Excited to be in Sacramento next week," tweeted @HiddenCash last Tuesday. Then, on Sunday afternoon, came this tweet:

“Sac will be early morning (before 9) during this week. Will announce it the night before.”

During June, people have been directed by cryptic quotes on the Hidden Cash Twitter account to search for $50 and $100 bills. Hidden Cash treasure hunts have taken place in New York, Houston and San Francisco.

In London on Saturday the prizes were in envelopes that contained 50 pound notes. Londoners were drawn to Kensington Gardens after clues were posted on the @HiddenCash twitter page, according to the Mirror newspaper.

The envelopes were found hidden in envelopes near the Peter Pan statue. One of the clues was:

“London: Where would Peter Pan go for a swim? Head there now. Money all well hidden. Good luck! Keep it fun and friendly.”

Jason Buzi, a California real estate investor who said he is one of several people behind Hidden Cash, described the giveaways as a "fun way to give back to the community." He encouraged people who find cash to "pay it forward," according to Associated Press.

Call The Bee’s Bill Lindelof, (916) 321-1079.

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