Nescafé Win a £30,000 salary for a year

Are you a coffee drinker? Even if you’re not, you might still want to get involved with this fantastic Nescafé promotion! There are prizes of £500 cash to be won every day until 10 April 2021 – plus there are three amazing £30,000 ‘salary for a year’ prizes to be won, where the winners will receive £2,500 (or €2,500} a month for a year. To enter, you’ll need to buy a promotional jar of Nescafé and peel the label to reveal your entry code, then enter it online at

Note: this Nescafé promotion is now in the late entry ‘wrap up’ draw stage. There’s no more daily prizes, just one final opportunity to enter a draw to win £1,000 (this closes on 31 December 2021). Please check the Compers Shopping List for more current instant win and daily entry promotions you can try.

The Prizes

There are daily and monthly prize draws (monthly draws close on 10 February 2021, 10 March 2021, and 10 April 2021), and a late entry draw closing on 31 December 2021. Prizes will be paid by cheque, or by BACS for ROI residents.

  • 90 daily prizes of £500/€500
  • 3 monthly prizes of £30,000/€30,000 (given as a cheque for £2,500 each month for a year)
  • One £1,000/€1,000 cash prize in the late entry draw

How to enter

  • Buy a promotional jar of Nescafé coffee – Nescafé Original Instant Coffee 100g/200g/300g, Nescafé Decaff Instant Coffee 100g/200g/300g or Nescafé Black Roast Instant Coffee 200g (Nescafé have confirmed it’s absolutely fine to buy a jar before the promotion opens, the receipt can be dated before 11 January as long as you’ve bought a promo jar!)
  • Peel back the front label on your jar to reveal your unique entry code – then enter the code at – you will need to log in to your Nescafé Perks account first, or register for Perks if you’re not signed up yet (if you can’t choose your county in the entry form, make sure you select your country FIRST! )
  • Keep hold of your label and till receipt (or online order details)
  • Your entry will go into the daily prize draw for £50/€500 cash, plus also the relevant monthly grand prize draw to win £30,000/€30,000
  • You can enter this promotion multiple times – but will need to buy a new jar and use a new code each time.

The daily winners for Monday-Thursday will be drawn the following day, and Friday-Sunday winners will be drawn the following Monday. Winners will be notified by email on the day of the draw and will have 14 days to complete the verification process, providing a proof of purchase, before they can claim the prize.

There is a maximum of one prize type per person, and one prize type per household during the promotional period (so a person could win both the £500 daily prize AND the £30,000 prize – but in a household, two people couldn’t both win a £500 prize).

Tip: Check the prices of Nescafé before you buy using the supermarket comparison tool on the Latest Deals appand make sure you get at least one entry in each month, so you have a chance in all three of the grand prize draws!

The promotion is open to UK, Isle of Man, Channel Island and Republic of Ireland residents aged 18 and over. Northern Ireland residents can enter without making a purchase – email your name, age, full postal address and email address to for a free code (maximum 2 entries per person). .

If you miss the main promotion, entries between 11 April 2021 and 31 December 2021 will go into a late entry draw and one random winner will receive £1,000 (or €1,000).

Read the full terms and conditions and check FAQs on the Nescafé website. For any problems, email Good luck!

48 Responses

  1. david hatch says:

    what a load of rubbish cant register, a complete waste of time, well done nescafe

  2. Jamie says:

    The label says-

    Enter your code…

    Not enter all your bank details ?

    • Di says:

      I don’t understand why people are mentioning bank details – there’s no requirement to enter any bank details at all!

  3. cheryl north says:

    i can’t seem to register, it keeps saying email doesn’t match, sick of retyping now

  4. Mrs Catherine Simpson says:

    I am trying to enter the comp. I live in the Isle of Man and it gives me that option for Country. However, when I try to enter the first 3 letters of the County (either BRA for Braddan or DOU for Douglas) it will NOT accept them. How do I enter?

  5. Michael Mallen says:

    I have several jars of coffee and tried to enter the codes but only one code was excepted

  6. Carol says:

    It says you can enter without putting your bank details in,just your address and email address but I can’t get past bank details as I don’t like giving my bank details to anyone

    • Di says:

      Someone else has mentioned this but I can’t see where you’re being asked for this information Carol – it’s definitely not required on the entry form. You’ve not clicked on an ad link or anything have you?

  7. Mike Ginn says:

    This is way too complicated. Nescafe should trial these processes before launching into the public domain.

  8. David Herold says:

    I finally find what they are using for my county and when I use it , they now say the promotional code I have entered is not recognised. I have never seen such a nonsense as this ever before , very very annoyed at having wasted my time with this nonsensical site.

  9. David Herold says:

    I have tried to enter competition and it won’t accept county .

  10. Roger says:

    Tried various ways could not enter my numbers

  11. Gwen Mee says:

    Having problem getting started

  12. Phillip JAMES says:

    I share the problems encountered in trying to take part in this competition. The site is not very user friendly. It was difficult to get my county acknowledged. I was advised by Nescafe to just type in a County close by. So, instead of Lincolnshire, I tried Norfolk which was acknowledged. When I made my second entry, the system acknowledged my county Lincolnshire. I presume, it had learned there was such a county after I had tried entering Lincolnshire about 5 times prior.. Finally got through. Hope it is worth all the aggro encountered.

  13. Nicholas Dasey says:

    Tried to enter draw but it refuses to believe that I live in Carmarthenshire or Dyfed.

  14. Jo says:

    I want to enter the comp but I don’t want to give my bank details. Can I enter without giving these details. Cheers

    • Di says:

      Yes of course, you enter the competition just with your name, address and email details. You will only be asked for your bank details if you win a cash prize!

  15. Violet says:

    Please help as I am unable to enter the competition.
    I can give you my numbers.

  16. elisa says:

    i just can’t seem to log onto the site ir sends me round in circles – log in then try and go to perks – log in – press on the comp tab – log in again ??? its not working or i’m doing something wronmg ??

  17. harry roden says:

    Have tried 4 times to entre Nescafe draw and having emailed Nescafe to let them know but get the same answer = I was told to pick from country Isle of Wight which does not exit on their list (we are Isle of Man) did that then for county asked what l should do didn’t get response – we do not have counties . What to do

  18. Gillian Johns says:

    is there any point in doing postal draws please? Are they included in the draw? Stamps are not cheap.

  19. Rawan says:

    I entered everything I was supposed to enter, but I’m not sure how I will know if I win, or how long it will take, will I get an email telling me if I won or lost?

  20. Anna says:

    I entered but got no confirmation. Should a confirmation email receipt follow an entry? Wondering if it went through

  21. Jean Vaughan says:

    I am really disappointed. It’s the third day and I still cannot enter my county so no entry made. Is there any news on them sorting out the glitch yet?

    • Di says:

      I know several people have contacted them about this but it’s not yet been fixed. Have you tried typing different letter combinations to see if any of them bring up your county on the list?

  22. stuart says:

    I would love to win the cash first time I’ve entered a competition like this

  23. Andrea Matthews says:

    I’m having the same problem with the county part of the form. I have emailed Nescafé. I don’t want to miss out on day one!

  24. Susie Smith says:

    I’ve tried to enter this morning but there seems to be a problem with the entry form. There’s a drop down box to enter your county, but this doesn’t seem to be working. I’ve tried to enter it freehand without success. I’ve contacted Nestle. Has anyone else experienced this?

    • Di says:

      I started typing Ea and then my county appeared in the list as ‘Ea Sussex’ – but then changed to East Sussex when I clicked it. It does seem a bit glitchy!

  25. Julia Linsley says:

    Do the jars of coffee all need individual receipts please ?

    • Di says:

      Well, I was going to reply that it should be ok to have them all on a single receipt – however I just checked T&Cs which say “There is no limit to the number of times a participant may enter, provided a different unique promotional pack and code is used for each entry, and that each such entry is supported by a NEW and valid till receipt or copy of an online order (i.e. a proof of purchase)” – so because it says NEW, I suggest getting them all on separate receipts just in case. Although if you win I’m sure they will only ask to see one receipt!

  26. Karen Stirling says:

    If you win on the daily draw are you allowed to keep entering for the monthly salary draw?

  27. Elaine Hollis says:

    Got a few jars at Tesco while they’re on offer but just noticed this “Purchase of a promotional pack, and a valid till receipt showing the purchase of a promotional pack “within the stated promotion period,” Surely they can’t have them for sale then disallow your entry because you’ve bought the jars a week early?

    • Di says:

      Nescafe have responded to this question and confirmed that receipts for promotional jars bought before 11 January will be valid!

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