Chance at Free Coca Cola Bottle Opener and other prizes for downloading and playing games in app

Posted 13th Mar 2023…all

Coca Cola are celebrating a match made in heaven - a bottle of Coke and a football match, with food and friends!

They're giving away loads of amazing goodies:

500x bottle openers
500x coasters
500x popcorn tubs
All you need to do is download the Coca Cola app, play and earn games and then use the gems to claim your prizes. It's that simple!

GB only. 16+ (<18s Parental consent/accompanied may be req’d). Scan QR Code to launch or download Coke App. 09:00 1st March 2023 – 09:00 31st May 2023. No purchase needed. Play games/register for a chance to win in a Weekly Draw (13 in total): Coke branded bottle openers, coasters (4 pack) & Popcorn tubs. Hundreds of prizes available to be won. In 9 of the wkly draws as detailed, there is an opportunity to win tkts for Tottenham Hotspur Men’s home game on 25.4 in Wk 1 & 3, Liverpool (Men’s home game on 29/4, in Wk 4 & 5) & (Women’s home game on 28.5 in Wks 6-10). Max 8 entries per week into the prize draws. Max 1 win/person/prize type. Excl apply. For Full T&Cs linked below. Promoter: Coca‑Cola GB
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  1. aLV426's avatar
    Wow - only 500 of each, they is going to be pretty rare!
  2. C0mm0d0re_K1d's avatar
    Oh, how so very generous. The company is worth billions and they can only find the money for a few hundred items. Guess they don't want to spoil us, like Ferrero !

    THE BIGGEST POLLUTER IN THE WORLD Coca-Cola, with more than 500 brands, sells more than 100 billion plastic bottles every year. This equates to 200,000 bottles a minute. Of these, an unrecoverable large part ends up in the environment, and definitely in places where waste is not collected and processed.

    For the fourth consecutive year, the conglomerate has been declared the world’s biggest polluter, bigger than numbers two (PepsiCo) and three (Unilever) put together.

    Coca-Cola is under growing societal pressure to take responsibility for its share of the plastic pollution.

    To read more see, The plastic soup foundation…rd/
    luke_spam's avatar
    The bottles are already 100% recyclable, it's more on the consumers to actually put them in the right bin...
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