Canada Dry Contest for Canada 2019.
The Canada Dry Real Chill a Day Giveaway.
Enter to Win 2019 Subaru Forester vehicle plus 25 Daily Prizes to be won.
Grand Prizes consists of one (1) 2019 Subaru Forester Touring Package with Eyesight vehicle with an approximate retail value of $32,995 CDN.
Daily Prizes: There will be a total of three thousand (3,000) Daily Prizes available to be won, twenty-five (25) Daily Prizes per Day, prizes include:
- AIR CANADA VACATIONS – Getaway Package
- SONY 55″ TV
- Napoleon Rogue 525 Stainless Barbecue
- GE Appliances Beverage Fridge
- SONY Wireless Headphones
- Free Products
- and more. see official rules for full list.
How To Enter to Win:
Grand Prize – For the Grand Prize you need to find a “Shivering Can” or receive a Winning no purchase entry Card. At the start of the Contest Period, there will be one (1) eligible winning Shivering Can (placed within a Qualifying Canada Dry Ginger Ale 12-Pack) or one (1) eligible winning Card seeded nationally within Canada. No Purchase Entry is available via mail. See Official Rules for Details
Daily Prizes: You will need a pin code to enter to win the daily prizes.
There are 2 ways to obtain a PIN, while supplies last, as follows:
- Purchase any participating product to receive a PIN
- NO PURCHASE NECESSARY: To obtain one PIN, while supplies last, without
making a purchase available via mail, See Official Rules for Details
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please retain the original PIN for your records. All PINs submitted are subject to verification and potential winners may be required to submit their original packaging and pin code before being declared a winner.
- Open to residents of Canada only
- Quebec Friendly
- Age of majority
- Unlimited Entries (one entry per unique valid pin code)
This Canada Dry Contest ends August 30, 2019
Canada Dry Brand
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group purchased the Canada Dry Brand in 2008.
It has been around for over a century and continues to be a favorite for many people all over the world. Known as ginger-ale to most.
I can remember being given this as a child to settle an upset stomach, and boy did that stuff work.
The word “dry” comes from the fact that it is a soft drink but not so sweet. Sort of like a dry wine.