Nicest ticket, though, is the one on the large fries or chicken strips. In addition to the two peel-off tickets, you get a Best Buy ticket that's good for at least a $1 discount at Best Buy (there's a miniscule chance that it'll be worth $5 or $10, but I haven't found one of those yet).
The contest is great, but it requires the purchase of food at McDonald's. If you send a SASE to McDonald's, however, you can get four peel-off tickets and one Best Buy ticket. Here's the cost breakdown for 100 SASE's.
200 first class Stamps = $74
100 #10 Envelopes = $1.50
100 #8 envelopes = $1.50
Total = $77
My $77 investment will bring in $100 Best Buy credit and 400 unpeeled tickets. The tickets can be peeled for possible prizes and enormous amounts of McDonald's food (1 out of 10 tickets is a food prize) or can be used as online trade-bait.
I mailed out 202 SASE's so far, already beating out the number I sent last year. I think I'll mail out at least another 100, as their limit for a single item is $300. My dreams of a free plasma TV are almost within reach.