Doritos Win Gaming Prizes Every Hour

Good news for Doritos fans – there’s a new on-pack promotion with over a thousand gaming prizes (including 35 X-Box consoles) to be won! It starts today, 2 October with instant win prizes given away hourly until 17 December 2023.

Look out for a promotional Doritos packet in your local supermarket, then enter the unique code from the back of the packet online to see if you’re an instant winner!

How to enter the Doritos instant win

  • Buy a promotional bag of Doritos with the XBox flash (it’s on individual packets and sharing bags, but not multipacks) – and check there’s a unique code printed on the reverse of the bag!
  • Enter the unique code at between 6am and midnight
  • You’ll find out instantly if you’ve won a prize, and winners will also receive an email
  • Every entrant will receive a one month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (new members only).

The entry process isn’t working well for several users – it’s not possible to tick the T&Cs box on some devices (so you can’t move on to submit an entry). On some phones, the website is too large for the screen – and to complete a captcha you need to scroll back up to the top of the screen and zoom out! I’ve contacted Doritos/Pepsi to let them know that people are struggling!

You can enter once an hour but will need a new receipt and new unique code each time. You can win up to ten instant win prizes but only one of each prize type.

What are the prizes?

There are 1390 instant win prizes:

  • 35 x Xbox Series S Consoles
  • 100 x Xbox Stereo Headsets (Wired)
  • 35 x Xbox Wireless Controllers
  • 520 x 3 month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
  • 300 x 6 month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
  • 100 x 12 month Xbox Game Pass Ultimate
  • 5 x Starfield digital game codes
  • 75 x Sea of Thieves digital game codes
  • 75 x Doom digital game codes
  • 75 x Forza Motorsport digital game codes

The main instant win competition ends on 17 December 2023, but if you miss it don’t worry because there’s a late entry prize draw that closes on 18 March 2024 with four more Xbox Series S Consoles to be won.

About the winning moments format

The Doritos Gaming promotion has 1390 winning moments in total, one each hour – and if you’re the first person to enter after one of these random winning moments, you’ll win a prize. This means that you can choose your entry time for the best chance of winning – you should have a higher chance of hitting a winning moment between 6am and 8am or between 10pm and midnight, and a better chance of winning early in the promotion before the promo packets are in all supermarkets. To find out more about the winning moments format, read my blog post What is a winning moment promotion?

The promotion is open to UK and ROI residents aged 18+. Find full T&Cs on the main competition page at

Don’t forget to check the full Compers Shopping List for more current instant win and daily entry promotions you can try!

7 Responses

  1. Deez says:

    I won xbox game pass but I have nothing to use is on

  2. Umar Ibrahim Bello says:

    Please i hope to win

  3. Jess says:

    Hey, I’ve looked in a few supermarkets and I can’t find the promo packs in store, can anyone point me in the right direction please hahah thank you

  4. Satvinder Billa says:

    Thanks Di my code doesn’t work. I’ve contacted them.

    • mark onchul says:

      what did they answer you?

    • Blanche says:

      How annoying! Was it Doritos you contacted, and did you get a reply from them? I was in Tesco yesterday and saw a guy turning each bag of Doritos around and taking a photo of the codes. He shied away when I took a pack and asked him if he’d taken a picture of this one’s code too and started mumbling that he didn’t speak English.

      I was wondering who to contact about this (Tesco/Doritos/Microsoft) – as this is very frustrating: I bough another pack last week where the code was not working, I guess I now know why! Doritos are not normally my go-to crisps but I had been planning on getting them while this promotion runs because I’d like to try Gamepass. If there are loads and loads of bags where the code has essentially been stolen before I get home I may as well not bother.

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