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product news: Doritos offers cash prizes

06 May, 2016

Doritos is offering shoppers a one in five chance to win cash prizes with an on-pack promotion, which runs until 1 August, and requires consumers to take part in a penalty shootout competition online.

Every Doritos promotional pack, across singles and sharing, will include a unique code. Shoppers will need to visit the Doritos website and enter their exclusive code to take on the Doritos ‘Stick or Kick’ challenge online.

Each goal scored results in a prize and players can choose to either ‘stick’ to keep their prize, or put it at risk by choosing to ‘kick’ and take another penalty. If the player successfully scores the next penalty they win a bigger prize but if they lose they will go away empty handed.

Prizes include a pack of Doritos and cash prizes from £10 up to £500, with shoppers having a 1 in 5 chance of winning at each stage.

Andy Hawkswell, Doritos senior brand manager, commented: “We’re delighted to be launching our latest on pack promotion which is designed for our bold shoppers, and we are aiming to help boost sales for retailers and the snacking segment with this new campaign. Doritos is the ideal snack for summer parties and major sporting events and we are confident that this new promotion will add some fun and excitement into the category.”

The on-pack initiative will be supported with a marketing campaign including digital, TV advertising and in-store activation.

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