Win movies and holidays with Nestlé sharing bags

You may have already spotted this Sky Store promotion on Nestlé sharing bags, as it’s been running since September, with 50,000 prizes of a Sky Movie up for grabs! BUT did you know you can also enter two other holiday prize draws at the same time, depending on whether you bought your bag at Tesco or Co-op? All you need is the receipt and the barcode. Here’s all the details….

How to enter – main promotion

  • Buy a promotional Nestlé sharing bag (it’s on KitKat Bites, Aero Bubbles, Smarties, Milkybar Buttons, Munchies, Yorkie Chunks, Fruit Pastilles, Randoms and Pick & Mix)
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  • Enter your full name, email address, county and the unique 12-character promotional code found inside your pack
  • You’ll find out instantly if you’ve won – if you have, you can either claim the voucher immediately or you can claim later via the winning email.


  • £9.99 Sky Store movie voucher – the voucher will credit the user’s Sky Store account with £9.99 to be used on any future Sky Store product for up to 12 months.

This is a winning moments promotion, so the first entry after a certain time will win. Keep hold of your packets just in case they are required to validate your win!

The promotion is open to UK residents (NI residents can use the No Purchase Necessary route detailed in the T&Cs) and you can win a maximum of two Sky Movie prizes. It closes on 9th September 2020.

How to enter – TESCO promotion

Buy your sharing bag at a participating Tesco Extra or Tesco Express store and you could win a European break in their prize draw, which ends on 19th November 2019. You’ll know if your local stores is definitely particpating if you spot the banners on the aisles, or small tear off leaflets on the shelves.

Tesco Prize

There are 215 prizes available to be won in the Tesco promotion, and these will be awarded in a random prize draw after the closing date.

  • 5 x European holiday breaks for 2 people, worth £2000 each and including £250 spending money (choose from Prague, Rome, Greece, Paris or Côte D’Azur)
  • 10 x Movie night-in bundles (includes Popcorn Maker, Fleece blanket, Bowl, Plastic Tumbler and Straw, 3 x Nestlé sharing bags)
  • 200 x Entertainment pass bundles (NOW TV Entertainment month pass, NOW TV Kids month pass and Hayu month pass)

You can enter as many times as you like but will need a new pack and receipt for each entry, as you may be asked to show all these if you win. It’a a maximum of one prize per household. NI residents can find details of the postal NPN route in the FAQs.

Check the full T&CS for the Tesco promotion here.

How to enter – Co-op promotion

Buy your sharing bag at a participating Co-op and you could win a trip to LA – there’s just one prize in this draw, which ends on 29th October 2019.

You can enter as many times as you like but will need a new pack and receipt for each entry, as you may be asked to show all these if you win. The winner will be chosen at random from all entries. NI residents can find details of the postal NPN route in the FAQs.

Co-op Prize

  • The prize includes return flights from London to Los Angeles for 4 people , airport transfers, 7 nights’ accommodation in a 3* Los Angeles hotel, entry and VIP tour to a film studio and £2,000 spending money

Check the full T&CS for the Co-op promotion here.

Good luck resisting all that chocolate – I must admit I’m finding it a struggle!

4 Responses

  1. Roy says:

    Put a large number of these in now with no luck for sky store voucher. Did the earlier promotions which gave you a rental or part payment off a film. Didn’t know about the extra competitions regarding tesco etc. It looks to me like there is now only a remote chance of winning were as with the other promotions you were guaranteed a rental so for me this promotion is very poor and every time you enter a new code you have to repeatedly put your details in again.

  2. Di says:

    This is a tricky question – sometimes participating stores are only the stores that actually advertise the promotion in store! Sometimes it actually means all the stores (as long as they stock the products!). In this case I would probably risk entering with any Tesco Express/Extra receipt (not a regular Tesco one though!))

  3. Hazel Lemar says:

    Hi Di,
    For the Tesco promotion do we assume that ‘participating Tesco Extra or Tesco Express stores’ means any of that type of store. I contacted Tesco via Facebook to clarify and they told me to ask at my local store or contact Tesco on-line. I contacted them on-line and a man rang me to say he had no knowledge of this promotion, so I gave him the website address and, basically he made assumptions without the knowledge and just told me that that I could visit those types of stores and buy the promotional packets. Which is basically what the website says!

    • Paul says:

      I personally would presume that the “participating stores” part of the terms refers to stores that carry the actual products as some Express stores may not carry any sharing bags, or not all the varieties of sharing bags mentioned in the promotion, in which case the “participating stores” section refers to whether your local store actually has any to buy or not. If it does, then its participating, if it does not, then it clearly isn’t.

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