Forget about trawling the supermarket for the last remaining supplies of hand gel and toilet roll. Instead keep an eye out for a new on-pack competition from Weetabix On The Go. We’re not suggesting you stockpile this particular cereal in a bottle product. However you might want to pick up a few if you fancy trying to win tickets to The 2020 Isle Of Wight Festival. There are prizes to be won every week from the 2nd March until 24th May.
How To Enter
To enter the prize draw you just need to have a participating promotional bottle or multipack of any of Weetabix On The Go. Then head over to the Weetabix Website where you’ll need to enter your bottle barcode, name, phone number and email address and confirm that you are 18 years or over. It’s one entry per day and there’s no indication that the bottle barcode has to be unique.
The products to look out for are promotional bottles of: 250ml individual bottles (Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry & Banana); 3 x 250ml multipack (Vanilla, Chocolate & Strawberry); 6 x 250ml multipack (Vanilla, Chocolate & Strawberry); and 250ml individual bottles (Vanilla, Chocolate, Banana & Strawberry). Entrants from Northern Ireland do not have to purchase the product. Instead they can enter via a no purchase necessary route. Send in an email (see the terms and conditions on the website) to be sent a valid barcode for entry on the promotional website.
12 Weeks Of Prizes
There are 12 x pairs of weekend general access camping tickets to the Isle of Wight festival on 11th – 14th June 2020 to be won. One prize is up for grabs every week. If you miss the May closing date then you can still enter the competition. A mop-up prize draw will take place for all entries made from the 25th May until 19th July. The prize is a camping tent.
Although some time away it’s possible that events like the Isle Of Wight Music Festival could be cancelled due to coronavirus. If this does happen then what happens to your prize? If you purchase a ticket for a cancelled event then you’d usually get your money back. A prize doesn’t give you that option. We suspect if the festival is cancelled then the promoters will deal with that issue. The terms do indicate “in the event of circumstances outside of its control the Promoter reserves the right to substitute a similar prize of equal or greater value”.