Win £10,000 every week with Quaker Oats

16 Responses

  1. Mrs A Briggs says:

    we mix Quakertown with white of an egg flatten then fry with the bacon scruptous

  2. Jackie prosser says:

    I have put the ingredients as requested, then i thought i had better put the actual “recipie” as how to make my entry. No cooking was required but I confess that the “ingredients” seems rather vague…..just my dilemma…..ingredients and recipie are two completely different meanings

  3. Carol says:

    Quaker were supposed to have the first week’s winner up on the website “no later than” the 17th Jan. Now the website says “no later than” 18th Jan, but it is now the 19th, and still no winner is listed. Any idea what the hold up is?????
    The Quaker competition is how I found your website. I eat porridge anyway, and the box I bought had this promotion on it. I googled it in January, and your website came up. Now I have entered a bunch of contests. I have won a “BB8 breakfast unit” so far, but I have twin boys, so I need to enter that one a few more times to try and get another! Thank you for all of the tips!

    • Andrea Horner says:

      Hi Carol, in the rules it says judging day is 17th January but will inform winner within 5 days and they have 7 days to respond so think it’s a mistake by them to post this date on the competition page as they have no idea when they will announce it, could be anything upto 12 days or even longer if a new winner has to be contacted. Just keep practising your porridge making skills!! Read the T&C’s carefully though there are some things which will disqualify some entries. Well done on your other win, fingers crossed for more xx

    • Di says:

      Welcome to the wonderful world of comping Carol! Yes – we’re still waiting to find out about the first £10K winner. Looking forward to seeing what they go for!

  4. Galina V says:

    Thank you for heads up, Di! Finally got a pack today. Let’s hope they’ll make sure all the winning entries are genuine, and not “borrowed” from the other websites. Good luck to us all! This is a kind of competition I enjoy taking part in, even if the prize were much smaller.

  5. Julia P says:

    Di – do you think each photo must be unique, or each entry (ie recipe)? I’m really not sure after reading the terms. Thank you.

  6. Mary H says:

    Just as well I love porridge. Better get My creative hat on. Thanks Di!

  7. Lyndsey Shingler says:

    This one has really piqued my interest – think I’ll be eating a lot of porridge for the next month or so! Would be an awesome win to start the year with!

  8. rebecca Beesley says:

    I never know with these things whether it’s best to upload via their website or do on instagram / facebook – any advice?

  9. Emma says:

    Could you use the same 5 photos each week? It’s not very clear in the terms and conditions.

    • Di says:

      No- it says in terms “Although multiple entries are permitted, each entry must be unique”

      • ALISON BARLOW says:

        Di do you think this means each photo must be a different recipe, or can they be the same recipe but a different photo of it, eg a different angle, with or without a spoon etc?

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