Pepsi Contest Canada ~ Win an Ultimate Grey Cup Prize Pack

Pepsi Contest Canada ~ Win an Ultimate Grey Cup Prize Pack

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New Pepsi and Ruffles Canada Game Day Selfie Contest.

Enter for your chance to WIN an Ultimate Grey Cup Prize Pack from Ruffles & Pepsi valued at over $800!

Three (3) weekly prize packs are also up for grabs!

Post your best CFL Game Day selfie on Instagram or Twitter and tag #ChampionChipFTW to enter.

  • Snap a photo of how you are celebrating the CFL Playoffs with RUFFLES® and PEPSI® products.
  • Share your image though Twiiter or Instagram
  • Complete the entry form.

Grand Prize:

  • four (4) CFL Grey Cup 2015 Football Jerseys
  • four (4) CFL Grey Cup 2015 Toques
  • one (1) PEPSI® mini fridge
  • sixteen (16) bags of RUFFLES® Poutine chips (215g)
  • eight (8) cartons of PEPSI® soft drinks (12 x 355mL)

Weekly Prize Packs include (ARV $99):

  • sixteen (16) bags of RUFFLES® Poutine chips (215g)
  • eight (8) cartons of PEPSI® soft drinks (12 x 355 mL)


  • Open to Canada Only
  • Excludes Quebec
  • Age of Majority
  • Enter once a day per entry method

Enter Pepsi Contest

Contest ends November 29, 2015


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A little background on this brand

I’m sure that most of you are very familiar with the Pepsi logo.

Your favorite beverages contain that logo. Have you tried all the different flavors? What about the new Pepsi and Diet Pepsi with Lime? A refreshing twist on the older version. Great for those hot summer days. Pour some over ice and you are good to go.

Pepsi Max: contains 0 calories. Get the same taste as regular Pepsi without the added sugar and calories.

Caffeine Free Diet Pepsi: if you are looking for a beverage without the caffeine, this product would be perfect for you.

Did you know?

This carbonated soft drink was created in 1893?

Pepsi first appeared as all lower case letters…pepsi and then all upper case letters….PEPSI…until they agreed on a happy medium….Pepsi. That’s the version that we have all come to know and love.

Was first introduced as Brad’s Drink(Caleb Bradham was the name of the person who made it at his drugstore), however was soon changed to Pepsi-Cola in 1898. It was in 1961 that they dropped the word Cola and just used Pepsi.

In 1903 this product was sold as a syrup. Have you seen the science experiment where you extract all the liquid from a cola product? If you have you are familiar with what this syrup looked like.

A year later the cola was being sold in 6 ounce bottles.

Automobile racer Barney Oldfield was the first celebrity to endorse this product and sales started to soar.

For more interesting facts on the Pepsi Brand be sure to visit them on line. See new products as well as interesting information about other products.


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