The Mix102.3 Cash Man has been out on the streets of Adelaide for about a month now and we know there’s been people chasing him all over town trying to find him and claim the bounty!
He goes to two different locations every weekday – the first one between 7.40am-10am and the second from 11am-3pm.
To help you find him we give out a (usually) cryptic clue on-air, then you can follow the Cash Man’s location via the online tracker. But he’ll switch it off sometimes to keep you guessing!
So far, the biggest bounty win was when Rebecca from Kidman Park found him in Chinatown in the city and won $10,000!
He’ll be out on the streets for another week (until Friday 20 September) so start asking everyone – “Are you the Mix102.3 Cash Man”.
Check out the places he’s already been below. We’ve added the clues he gave out for that location so you can get inside Cash Man’s mind!
Has he been near you?
- Location – “Clue given out” (explanation)
- Ruby’s Organic Cafe, Stirling – “Breakfast with a silver lining” (‘Stirling silver’ and bonus clue of ‘nothing artificial’)
- OTR, Brighton – “Old fashioned service” (Spent 30min cleaning windscreens for unsuspecting drivers)
- Lyall McEwen Hospital – “Making a delivery” (Dropped off flowers for ‘Mrs Cash’ at maternity ward)
- Australian Motors Mazda, Edwardstown – “Time to upgrade” (Shopping for a new car)
- Australia Post, Findon Shopping Centre – “Heading off overseas” (Sent a letter to a foreign country)
- McDonald’s, Gilles Plains – “I’m Lovin’ It” (Tracker showed 11 different McDonalds including Gilles Plains)
- Near Mix102.3, North Adelaide – “Round the corner” (Round the corner from the station)
- Cheesecake Shop, Reynella – “I’m enjoying a bit of dairy and carbs” (Cheese is dairy and cake is carbs)
- Chinatown Food Court, City – “I’m taking my only child to lunch” (China famous for one-child policy)
- Semaphore Beach – “Up, up and away” (he flew a kite on the beach)
- Dan Murphy’s, Brickworks – “It’s beer o’clock somewhere in the world” (He bought an early morning six-pack)
- Anytime Fitness, Maylands – “Getting in early for the New Year” (enquired about membership)
- West Beach Mini Golf – “I enjoy the little things in life” (bonus clue was ‘Like a Tiger’ for Tiger Woods)
- Boatdeck Café, Mawson Lakes – “Enjoying a cuppa, listening to James Reyne” (He was ‘Lakeside’ which is a James Reyne song)
- Bull Bar, Royal Show – “One for the road”
- Pig Racing, Royal Show – “Do I get the roast beef or do I get none?”
- Cake display, Royal Show – “Standing on the outside looking in”
- Haunted House, Royal Show – “I’ve got a big surprise for you” (scaring people outside)
- Cow milking, Royal Show – “Fresh is best” (he learned to milk a cow)
- Celebrity signings, Royal Show – “I’m famous”
- Asking people, Royal Show – “Turning the tables” (He walked around the show asking people if they were the Cash Man!)
- Meeting Alex the Lion, Royal Show – “The show is a rip roaring good time for the whole family”
- Red Dove Café, Royal Show – “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush”
- Dagwood Dog, Royal Show – “It’s been a dog of a day”
- Showbag Pavilion, Royal Show – “I’ll show you a sample of my work”
- Kingpin Bowling, Norwood – “I’m going on a one-man strike”
- Adelaide Airport arrivals – “I’m waiting for Miss Wright” (held a sign for Rhonda Wright as if he as a limo driver)
- Noarlunga Library – “Reading the riot act”
- Munno Para Shopping Centre – “You can’t miss me today” (he pretended he was doing site inspections in a high vis vest and hard hat)
- Outside OTR/Krispy Kreme on Port Rd – “Yes” (he held a sign ‘Michelle, will you marry me’ for passing traffic to see!)
- Henley Beach – “Up up and away” (he flew a kite on the beach)
- Adelaide Railway Station – “Adelaide, you’re on the right track”
- Bakers Delight, Tea Tree Plaza – “Meeting me will be a real delight”
- Brighton Jetty – “A nice afternoon for a spot of fishing” (actually did a spot of fishing)
- Malls Balls, Rundle Mall – “A great place to meet on your feet”
- Harvey Norman, Marion – “Two First Names”
- Tram From Entertainment Centre to Victoria Square – “Stop and Go. Stop and Go”
- Ripple and Swirl Coffee Shop, Christies Beach – “A brew with a watery view”
- IKEA – “I’m feeling a bit flat” (flat pack furniture)
- Officeworks, Elizabeth – “The Queen is not moving” (queen = Elizabeth, not moving = stationery)
- Mount Lofty Look-out – “Be on the lookout”
- Port Adelaide Lighthouse – “The Power’s performance this year makes me see red” (lighthouse is red)