Claim a free Cadbury Crème Egg by taking part in our Easter egg hunt quiz

Posted by Rob Smyth | 31/03/2017 | Category: Food


We have come up with a cracking way to keep boredom at bay for the entire family with a special instore Easter egg hunt.

Every single one of the Society’s stores will taking place in the egg-citing one off event which will see parents and children urged to find answers to a special Easter related quiz around stores in order to receive a free Cadbury Crème Egg (while stocks last).

The special event will run from Saturday, 1 April to Saturday, 15 April and is open to all customers and members.

All entries will also be placed into a major prize draw with the winner scooping one of five family passes to Cadbury World and a chocolate hamper.

All people have to do is pick up an Easter quiz sheet and pencil as they enter stores, find and fill in the answers and hand the sheet into one of the till points to receive their prize and be put forward to be in with a chance of winning the main prize.

Some of the questions people will have to locate answers to will include ‘name a special kind of bun made at Easter’ and ‘what is the name of the bean that chocolate
is made from’.

People are urged to share pictures of their involvement in the Easter egg hunt on Facebook and Twitter by using #mycoopegghunt

Keeping in the Easter spirit why not keep boredom at by playing a specially designed online game – and have the chance to win £2,500 worth of the latest technology at the same time.

Scrambled Eggs tests the memory skills of online gamers and all participants have to do is match a series of cards featuring images such as rabbits, hot cross buns and, of course, Easter eggs in a time limit.

Those with the highest scores at the end will be placed on a leader board and will be in with a chance of winning the technology bundle which will include:
• PS4 Slim
• Panasonic 49’ 4K TV
• iPad Air 2 128GB
• Samsung Soundbar & Wireless Sub
• Samsung R7 Iconic 360 Wireless Speaker
• Sony MDR Bluetooth Headphones

Runners up prizes include £100 and £50 Co-op vouchers and a Cadbury hamper.

Everyone who plays the game can also be in with a chance of winning £100 by entering their email address once they have completed the final level.


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