The Festive season is just a few weeks away and to celebrate the season in style, Cadbury Glow will be encouraging fans to share their Festive Wish List for a chance to win!
Two lucky consumers will be spoilt with a Glow shopping experience worth R5 000 each – which will go a long way toward treating their loved ones this festive season! T’s & C’s apply
To enter, consumers will simply need to answer a question on the pinned post on Cadbury Dairy Milk’s Facebook page: “What would you buy if you won the shopping voucher”? Whether it’s a new gaming console for the kids, a mountain bike for dad, or a set of books for mom, your shopping list could help you win with Cadbury Glow!
“Giving and receiving of gifts is a traditional practice during the festive season where everyone wants to be able to spoil their loved ones. Through the competition, Cadbury Glow will be rewarding two lucky fans with this opportunity.”
“Cadbury GLOW is all about offering consumers a perfect gifting solution – a treasure chest of luxurious pralines with a velvety chocolate filling; features that will make every moment glow,” says Grant van Niekerk, Mondelez SA Category Lead for Chocolate.
The competition will run exclusively on the Cadbury Dairy Milk Facebook page from 1st November to 15th November 2017. T’s & C’s apply.
Spoil your family this festive season with Cadbury Glow, the luxurious chocolate pralines, wrapped in delicious Cadbury chocolate. It’s the perfect gift for any occasion! Cadbury Glow is available in stores nationwide in two sizes, the 160g with 16 pralines as well as the 240g with 24 pralines.
You can also Give the Glow this festive season by designing your own inspirational e-Card with a personalised message that you can then download and share with family and friends via Facebook and Twitter! Go to https://glow.cadbury.co.za/ for more!
Share more heartfelt moments with Cadbury Glow @CadburyDairyMilkSA on Facebook or @Cadbury_SA on Twitter. #GivetheGlow
Terms and conditions apply and can be found on the Cadbury Dairy Milk Facebook page, under “notes”.
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