Win £160 supermarket vouchers every week with Quaker

With the weather getting chillier, it’s definitely feeling like porridge season again! Have you spotted the latest Quaker on-pack promotion on the supermarket shelves? Rather than an instant win, this one is weekly prize draws until 20 November 2020.  

Quaker Competition

The prizes

There are 40 prizes of a ‘Year of Breakfast Toppings’ valued at £160 – but each prize will actually be awarded as four £40 supermarket gift cards for each winner (the winner can choose between Asda, Morrisons, Sainsbury’s, Tesco or Waitrose)

How to enter the Quaker competition

  • Buy a promotional pack of Oat So Simple Sachets, Traditional Oats or Oat So Simple Pots with the FREE DIGITAL RECIPE BOOK flash
  • Go to
  • Enter your details, plus the barcode from your box
  • You’ll be entered into the weekly prize draw – each draw closes on a Sunday at midnight. Losing entries do not roll over into following weekly draws – you’re only entered into one prize draw!
  • All entrants can also download a free Quaker ‘Oatspiration’ recipe e-book PDF

The weekly prize draws end on Friday 20 November 2020, but if you miss that date, there’s also a late entry draw that closes on 31 January 2021 with one £160 voucher prize. The draws take place 5 days after each closing date, and the winner will be informed within 5 days of the draw. 

You can enter once a day but T&Cs state you must purchase a new pack for every entry. Keep your packaging and receipts safe in case you are asked for proof of purchase after winning.

Full terms and conditions are at and there’s a free postal entry route for NI residents. 

6 Responses

  1. joy whittaker says:

    could i please receive one of your free cookery books, we go through such a lot of quaker oats . i have just noticed win 1000 of amazing prizes on the box so thought i would give it a go . only to see all the dates on my boxes are2021, bought from sains and the last two today from farmfoods. we avarage around 1 box per week , not really into eating old stuff and having prize competitions 12 month out of date.

  2. Anna Bassett says:

    I would love a free book, my family like flapjacks it would be great to have some new ideas!

  3. David Jenkins says:

    I would love a free recipe book because i love porridge .Would be nice to have different ideas on what to put with it.
    Many Thanks.

  4. Grace Jakeman says:

    i would love a book to do different things with quaker

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