Win a Tesla in the new Yeo Valley competition

For their new promotion, Yeo Valley and renewable energy company Octopus Energy have gone green – and teamed up to give away a Tesla electric car worth up to £40,000! In addition, there’s the chance to instantly win one of 10,000 young trees. 

Win a Tesla or fruit trees

There are 10,001 prizes available to be won in this promotion – the car is guaranteed to be won.

  • 1 x blue Tesla Model 3 standard range plus worth up to £40,490
  • 10,000 young fruit trees, which you can plant yourself or ask Octopus to plant for you.

How to enter the Tesla competition

  • Buy a flashed Yeo Valley product – you can find the promotion on yogurt, milk and butter.
  • Look for your unique code under the lid, on the label or inside the cardboard packaging
  • Enter your details, plus the code, on the Yeo Valley competition website at
  • Tick the box to accept the terms & conditions – signing up to receive further information from Octopus & Yeo Valley is optional, so you can leave those boxes unticked!
  • You’ll find out instantly if you’ve won a prize and must follow the on screen instructions to claim it
Win a Tesla with Yeo Valley

Make sure you’re trying to enter a code from a promotional pack, as other codes will NOT be valid for this promotion – you can still claim Yeokens with these non-promo codes though!

About the instant win format

Unfortunately the Tesla competition is the type of algorithmic promotion where the prizes are only ‘available’ to be won. Every code entered has the same chance of winning – eg. if there are 20 million promotional packs, and 10,001 prizes to be won, then only approximately 1 in every 2,000 codes entered will be a winner. Unlike a winning moment promotion, the time you enter your code will make no difference to your chance of winning a prize in this promotion.

Because so few people bother to input codes for this type of promotion, it’s likely that less than 4% of the 10,000 trees will be won. And of course, with millions of promotional Yeo Valley products on the shelves, this also means the chance of the single winning code for the car prize being entered is absolutely tiny!

However, like the 2019 Yeo Valley birthday promotion, the good news is that if the Tesla isn’t won instantly before the promotion ends on 13th August 2020, it will be given away in a prize draw from every entry received – which is a great idea!

As well as the possibility of an instant win, each code you enter also earns you Yeokens, which can be used to enter more prize draws at – log in and scroll down to ‘Win with your Yeokens’ to take part.

For more information about this competition, check the FAQs and T&Cs at And if you have any problems entering your code, email and they will try to help.

Why not check out my round up of other Win a Car competitions while you’re here?

50 Responses

  1. David says:

    i’m the 50th person who can’t find where to enter their product code. what a pathetic site.

  2. Angela Stephens says:

    Has the Tesla competition finished?
    We are no longer receivi g the codes necessary.
    Please tell us the name of the winner,

  3. COLIN GARNER says:


  4. Robin A Woodruff says:

    Hi YOE Valley, Like me a lot of people ask if anyone ever wins anything in your competition ??? In the past 2/3 years I have never seen any announcement on your site or to the email address we have to enter to sign up, of a person winning anything??? I think we are all wasting our time on your site and we would be better of finding another source for Yougat!!

  5. Helen Nutbrown says:

    I have entered my code which is on the back of the yogurt lid only to find that it said the code is invalid and should start with ‘P’ mine starts with ‘Y’. Please look into this.

    • Di says:

      I am not running this competition! As I say above, if you have any problems entering your code, email and they will try to help. Some Yeo products do not feature this promotion and the code can only be used on the Yeokens site at

    • Coles says:

      Colin Garner, I buy this product because it’s a good healthy product, the monthly draws and promotions are a bit of extra fun. Not entirely sure why you are moaning.

    • Coles says:

      Helen Nutbrown – yeo valley also run their own regular draws and promotions. It’s only the pots that have a picture of the yellow Tesla on them that had the codes starting with P. If you like the product just set up a little account and do the monthly draws. There are still a few Tesla pots turning up, the small plain and reduced fat yogurts. Good luck.

  6. Elizabeth says:

    As advised I contacted Yeo Valley, complained and pointed out that in your replies you told us in one reply to put yeovalley first, then later on, we were to put octopus energy first! There is something wrong there I’d say. However I tried again and managed to get through at last but did not win! Interestingly, there was only one comment, by Johnny internet, claiming that there was no problem.

    • Di says:

      Hi Elizabeth

      The link advertised on the packaging is – but when you type this into google it takes you to the Octopus Energy website at – this is common for a lot of promotions where they use a redirecting address! Both web addresses go to exactly the same place and work just fine.

      The problem is that people are buying the product and instead of typing into their browser address bar, they are typing it in as a Google search term – and my SuperLucky website appears in the results. I’m not affiliated with Yeo Valley, Pepsi, or any of the brands I write about – this website is where I share details of current and popular prize promotions and tell people how to enter, what the prizes are and (most importantly) whether or not they have a decent chance of winning.

      I make it clear above under the heading ‘HOW TO ENTER’ that people need to enter their code on the Yeo Valley competition website at so I’m not sure what else I can do?

  7. Johnny Internet says:

    These comments are bloody hilarious, people unable to read simple instructions on a package or navigate the internet at all, or even read other peoples questions and answers. Kudos for keeping your cool Di.

  8. Val Page (OLD LADY) says:

    It seems that I’m not the only one who has been totally unable to find somewhere to enter my yeo numbers. Do we have to open the PDF in order to do this ? Tried that AND NOTHING HAPPENED.

  9. H.Arontt says:

    Why does it take so long to find were you can put win a Tesla numbers l have to go round and round to find were l put them ??? Can you not have one email to put the numbers in with out going though all the sites.

    • Di says:

      You enter your code on the website that’s clearly printed on the promotional packaging – – if you had typed that into your web browser address bar instead of putting it into a Google search you would have gone directly to the Yeo Valley competition website rather than visiting my website first!

  10. Richard Warren says:

    Where do enter code? Spending yonks looking around, bought the yogurt!!?

  11. Dorothy Drew attention says:

    Shades of Hoover, where do you enter the code??

  12. Di says:

    Finlay, you can enter the competition without signing up to further communication – just tick the T&Cs acceptance box at – and leave the other two check boxes unticked.

  13. Di says:

    Ian, you just need to enter your code with your name and email address at – and if you do have problems, email Yeo Valley directly at

  14. Fred says:

    Totally agree with views expressed. Just want to enter your competition not spend all evening going round the houses trying to enter! Sorry but bad vibes from your Customers is poor publicity !

  15. John Burton MBE says:

    Up until now i have been able simply to access your site, I am now being forced to get involved with dashlane. I am not happy about this, there is nothing wrong with that programme but I do not want to be involved.
    I have enjoyed your products for years, and the until now your approach to developing and distributing the product.

    However instructions have gone to my wife not to buy your products again.

  16. I’ve bought some promotional packs of yeo valley yogurt hoping to enter the tesla promotion. But where’s the space to leave my details?

  17. Nick Underwood Thompson says:

    The requested permissions required in order to have a very slim chance of winning just seem far to great….immediately puts one on guard and what’s more puts Yeo Valley and Octopus in a detrimental light. I don’t mind giving details but not opening access to everything.

  18. Andrea parkes says:

    I wanted to enter competition for Tesla? Where is code box please?

  19. John Edward Rodway says:


  20. Valerie says:

    Don’t waste people’s’ time! Where do you enter the code to enter the competition. I buy the products – be fair – life is too short!

  21. D. Pratt says:

    What a scam this is to win a Tesla. Where does one enter the promo code?

  22. MHL says:

    Where on this link does one enter the code?

  23. ALI BARLOW says:

    Hi Di, I was wondering if you’ve ever heard of anyone winning the Yeo Valley instant wins. I must have entered hundreds and hundreds of codes over the years and haven’t won a sausage!

    • Di says:

      I’ve heard of a couple of winners over the years, but not many! PromoVeritas run these competitions and do say that only 4% of prizes are usually won. I always think quite a lot of non-compers enter the Yeo Valley promotions!

      • ALI BARLOW says:

        Thanks Di,
        I’ve bought their yogurt for years, but getting to the point that I can’t be bothered to enter anymore! Lol!

  24. Keith Diggle says:

    Why do you make it so difficult to enter the Tesla competition? My iPad is about to run out of power because it has taken me so long – and I still haven’t found out how to enter!

  25. Ramona says:

    Please let me win .

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