Wow! It isn’t very often that we see a contest from Aero -that mouthwatering milk chocolate brand?! Well, here is a new one we have for you below!

Aero Contest for Canada 2022

Partnered up with SampleSource, Aero is Giving away 1 Year of Chocolate Bars

Enter for a chance to win 365 Full Sized Aero Chocolate Bars


  • 365 Full Sized Aero Chocolate Bars 

Approximate retail value of the prize – $521.00

Wn Full Sized chocolate Bars

How to Enter:

Follow the directions to enter the official contest post on Instagram.

Follow the sample source, follow @AERO_ca on Instagram & tag two friends in the post’s comments section.

No limit to the entries per person allowed.

Good Luck.

Contest Rules

  • Open to Canada only
  • Age of majority
  • Multiple entries allowed
  • Instagram account

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This Aero contest ends on October 16, 2022

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    The Aero Brand

    Known for its unique “bubbly” texture that collapses as the bar melts, it is available in many different forms, including Aero Bars and Aero Biscuits,[1] and originally had a mint flavour.

    Aero Mint was initially in 1935 in the UK. Other chocolate versions followed and grew into New York City and other countries around the world from here.

    The first Aero bars featured Rowntree’s” script logo, with a vast word Aero across the front, and Hold on tight or I’ll fly away!

    Nestle has been manufacturing Aero Chocolate since 1988

    Wondering What Flavors Are Available?

    If you like Aero Original, you are going to love some of these mouthwatering flavours;

    • Mint
    • Caramel
    • Dark and White Chocolate
    • Orange Aero

    Aero Bubbles are now in Canada. If you have not tried these yet, you do not know what you are missing. These are delicious!! Small round-shaped chocolates come in original or mint and have a bubbly center.

    In 2012 Aero Orange and Aero Bubbles Orange were introduced in Canada.

    Japan flavours are a bit different;

    • Vanilla Milkshake
    • Hot Milk
    • Green Tea

    The top two versions sound right, but the Green Tea version does not.