The scavenger hunt for free money will continue in Los Angeles this week, according to a Tweet from @HiddenCash.
This time, it's a "Pez tour."
Over the holiday weekend, Hidden Cash filled 25 Pez dispensers with $50, $60, or $100 and hid them on Pacific Beach in San Diego. People crowded the area and dug for money. Winners tweeted their findings.
Hidden Cash tweeted Sunday that it's headed to Fresno — and then Orange County, Inland Empire and Los Angeles starting Thursday.
Angelenos tweeted their excitement — and this guy even offered to help hide the money.
The cash frenzy began in San Francisco in May. It quickly spread to other parts of Southern California, including Burbank, Pasadena and Echo Park. The donor remained anonymous for weeks before identifying himself on CNN as Bay Area real estate investor Jason Buzi.
Follow @HiddenCash on Twitter for clues on where you can find the money this week.