KitKat Win a Break competition is back!
KitKat are running their ‘Win a break’ competition again for 2020 – they’ve hidden 10 lucky inserts inside winning packs, and if you find one you’ve won an £8,000 dream holiday!
But for those of us who don’t find a lucky bar, the unique codes printed inside the wrappers can also be entered online from 3rd February, for the chance to win one of a hundred ‘Sun-believable prizes’ every day.
As the T&Cs aren’t published on the KitKat website, we don’t know exactly what these ‘sun-believable’ instant win prizes are yet. The promotion doesn’t start until 3rd February 2020 and I’ll update this blog post as soon as there are more details at www.kitkat.co.uk.
Although there’s a few weeks to go before you can enter a code, it’s worth picking up promo packs now as they’re on offer in some supermarkets – grab a 9 pack in Tesco for just £1 until 21st January.
If you’re lucky enough to find one of the ten winning tickets in your KitKat packet, it will have instructions on how to claim your prize!
How to enter the online competition
- Buy a promotional ‘Win a Break Abroad’ individual or multi-pack of Kit Kat (you will only get one code in a multi-pack!)
- Go to www.kitkat.co.uk
- Enter your unique code from inside the wrapper, plus your name and email address
- Submit your details and you’ll find out instantly if you’re a winner
Enter the KitKat competition as many times as you want, but you can only win a maximum of five prizes per household. All entries will also receive a 5% discount on Virgin Holidays.
The promotion is open to UK, NI and ROI residents and ends on 30 March 2020. A late entry draw closes on 31 December 2020 (with 100 prizes to be won).
This is a winning moments promotion, and the first code entered after a winning moment wins a prize. If you’d like to know more about how these promotions work, read my post What is a winning moments promotion?
Don’t forget to check out the rest of the purchase comps in the Di’s Prize Buys category – unfortunately, lots of them involve buying chocolate so it seems like comping might not be the healthiest of hobbies this spring…