So, do you consider yourself lucky? Are you fortunate, blessed, favoured or charmed? (I *may* have Googled synonyms.) I think everyone is lucky in their own way. Some forms of luck are more apparent than others (a contest win, a winning lottery ticket, sunshine on your wedding day), but often, luck is a little more understated (good health, a roof over your head, clean water and fresh food).
Recently, I’ve realized that the luckiest people in the world are those who are happy with what they have.
Of course, that’s very deep, isn’t it? And I’m not going all philosophical on you, I promise. But ever since these specially-marked Kinder Surprise Eggs landed on my doorstep, I’ve been feeling a little lucky.
I’m excited to share with you Kinder Crack’n Win, a fun promotion designed to celebrate the launch of Kinder’s new toy collections. There are over $2.4 million in instant prizes to be won! Simply keep an eye out for specially-marked Kinder Surprise Classic and Pink products in stores.
Inside each specially-marked Kinder Surprise egg, you will find a PIN embossed on the toy and/or toy leaflet within the capsule. Once you’ve found your code, entering the contest is super-duper easy! Visit the Kinder Canada Facebook Page, enter your PIN code (along with some additional information as required) and click “Check Your PIN”. We’ve passed on quite a few eggs to friends and family – so far, no one has fessed up to winning, but if I see a girlfriend drive around in a brand new FIAT 500 POP, I’ll be quite suspicious!
So what else is up for grabs? Well, two lucky Kinder fans could win a family trip to Orlando, and over 27,000 Kinder fans could win a family night out to the movies. And… 201,000 fans could win a free Kinder treat! So awesome!
If you’re thinking: “That means that ONE egg has the potential to give TWO surprises”, you’re right!
Tell me, are you feeling lucky? Have you ever won something – in a contest, at a casino, in the lottery… or life?
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