Win a car with ASDA and Walkers!

I can’t resist sharing car competitions with SuperLucky readers – they’re rare these days so we need to jump at the chance to win one!

ASDA and Walkers are offering you the chance to do the school run in style  – and are giving away a fantastic Nissan X-Trail in their new prize draw.

To enter, simply buy a 12 pack of Quavers, Wotsits, Monster Munch, French Fries or Squares – or a 10 or 12 pack of Walkers – at an ASDA store, or online. They’re currently reduced to £1.50, so stock up for the school packed lunches!

Then enter your contact details on the Asda competition page – it’s as easy as that! 

If you’re the lucky winner, it’s likely that you will have to send your receipt to verify your entry – so keep it very safe. 

Get your entries in before 9th October 2019 – T&Cs do say you can enter daily, so take advantage of that!

It’s open to UK residents aged 18 and over, and Northern Ireland residents can enter for free by writing to the following address: JS10344 Walkers Asda Prize Draw, PO Box 704, Pinner, HA5 9PF with their full name, email address and telephone number. 

Full details are on the ASDA website. Good luck!

7 Responses

  1. Matt says:

    No nothing at all, no publicity, it just got delivered on a flat bed truck at the beginning of November. We’re very lucky.

  2. Matt says:

    We got an email saying we’d won this comp and I didn’t believe it until I saw your site. I sent off my details and we now have a brand new car. Thank you.

  3. John Ettery says:

    Hello Di
    Thank You so much for letting us all know about this comp. I have read the T&C’s re entering every day, can I ask do you agree with me, atht you will need a seperate receipt for each entry, eg if you enter Mon to Friday do we need to keep 5 seperate receipts?

  4. Steve says:

    Why have car comps disappeared do you think? I went to Canada in 2011 and returned last year, they seem to have evaporated in that timescale. Was it because of austerity do you suppose? The other thing that seemed to happen, annoyingly, was a change in the law that meant prize draws didn’t have to be free anymore apart from NI

    • Di says:

      I think in general we have a lot less ‘big’ prizes to be won – and many more prize draws or instant wins with lots of smaller prizes (and dreaded printable coupons!) so companies can get us trying their products, using their merchandise and onto their email lists. In addition some brands are keener to spend on price drop promotions rather than prize promotions! Still – at least the Government aren’t taxing our prizes yet!

  5. John Ettery says:

    Thanks Di
    Will be going for this one, don’t eat any of these myself, but I’m sure some of my 12 great Grandchildren will have a munch

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