In the early time of MouseHunt, for each event celebration, a Giveaway was held. Real world cash can be won during these special occasions.
Later, this type of event was changed into King's Giveaway which rewards both cash, SUPER|brie+, and King's Credit.
The May Giveaway was held from 19-20 May 2009. $5,000 (USD) in cash and $1,000 (USD) in SUPER|brie+ cheese was awarded for catching prize mice.
MouseHunt's Birthday Giveaway
The Birthday Giveaway was held from 7-9 March 2009. In celebration of MouseHunt's first ever birthday, $5,000 (CAD) in cash and $10,000 (CAD) in SUPER|brie+ cheese was awarded for catching prize mice. During this time, Birthday mice were first released, only to appear again around MouseHunt's Birthday.
The Valentine's Giveaway was held from 14–16 February 2009. $3,000 (CAD) in cash and $7,000 (CAD) in SUPER|brie+ cheese was awarded for catching prize mice. Cupid mice were released for the first time.
New Year's Giveaway
The New Year's Giveaway was held from 31 December 2008 through 1 January 2009. $3,000 (CAD) in cash and $4,500 (CAD) in SUPER|brie+ cheese was awarded for catching prize mice. Along with the $7,500 (CAD) given away, an additional 250 Mobsters worth $10 (CAD) were set loose, bringing up the grand total of prizes awarded to $10,000 (CAD).
The Haunted Giveaway was held from 30-31 October 2008. In celebration of Halloween, $3,000 (CAD) in cash and $4,500 (CAD) in SUPER|brie+ cheese were the rewards for catching prize mice. Hollowhead mice were released for the first time, only to reappear during and around Halloween (31 October). White, Grey, Dwarf and Mummy mice were humorously costumed to befit the holiday.
$2,500 Tuesday was held on 9 September 2008. The King of Gnawnia's crown was stolen by the Master Burglar Mouse, offering $1,000 (CAD) for its retrieval. The Master Burglar Mouse was caught on the following day. Smaller prizes were also available as rewards for catching prize mice.
Hunter's Reward Weekend
The Hunter's Reward Weekend was held from 16-18 August 2008. In commemoration of reaching 50,000 daily players and successful server upgrades, over $3,000 (CAD) in cash and merchandise were the rewards for catching prize mice. Ronza's Traveling Shoppe appeared for the duration of the weekend and stocked the Chrome DeathBot.