Win £1,000 every week with Mini Eggs
For the last few years, Cadbury have celebrated Easter chocolate hitting the Co-op shelves by running a huge prize promotion – they’ve given away Mini cars before, but this year they’re giving away £13,000 cash. They’re picking one winner every week between 11 January and 11 April 2023, and thirteen winners in total will receive £1,000!
How to enter the Mini Eggs giveaway
- Buy any Mini Eggs confectionery product from a Co-op store between 11 January and 11 April 2023, and keep your receipt safe.
- Go to win.cadbury.co.uk/coopminieggs and complete the entry form, with the last 4 digits of your product barcode
- You can enter once per week – each draw opens on a Wednesday and closes on a Tuesday
Weekly winners will be notified the week following the draw and be paid directly into their bank account.
It’s not clear from T&Cs if you can make a single purchase of Mini Eggs, then enter all weekly draws following your purchase – but as there’s nothing in the T&Cs to suggest one receipt = one entry, I would suggest this is acceptable. To be honest, I’m disappointed they’re not requesting receipts to be uploaded to the entry form, which is the most efficient method to ensure entrants are actually making a purchase!
The promotion is open to UK residents (excluding Channel Islands and Isle of Man) aged 18+. Full T&Cs are at promoterms.com/coopminieggs. Good luck!
Don’t forget to check the full Compers Shopping List for more current instant win and daily entry promotions you can try!
I bought a packet yesterday from my local co op which was the 10th can I enter with this date or need to buy another packet ?
You need to have a receipt dated 11 Jan or later!
I’m never sure if Co Op will accept receipts from their affiliate co ops shall we say e.g Southern, East of England. Or is it just the blue branded national co op. For me it’s more difficult to shop at the blue ones as there a few near me whereas the smaller ones are everywhere.
Hi Di is it Co op specific – we have Southern and strangely Northern branches in Bognor xx