Molson Canadian has some of the best giveaways each year, and this year is no exception. Some years you can win prizes such as a Beer Fridge or lots of Molson Canadian Swag. Discover below the latest new sweepstakes Molson Canadian has to offer.
Molson Canadian Contest 2022
Enter to win a Trip to Florida for the NHL All-Star Weekend
- The Prize consists of two (2) game tickets for the winner and guest to attend the 2023 NHL® All-Star (the “Event”), in Sunrise, Florida.
- Includes two round-trip economy-class airline tickets
- 2 nights accommodation
- Ground Transportation
- $500 NHLSHop.ca gift card
How to Enter
Follow the link below and upload a picture of enjoying the NHL season
- Open to Canadian Residents Only
- Excludes Quebec
- Age 21 and older
- Daily entry
The contest ends on December 19, 2022
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For over 200 years, the Molson Brewery has been a Canadian staple. In 1786 they started as a family-owned business with humble beginnings in Montreal. They grew into one of Canada’s most recognizable brands today thanks to their merger with Coors, which created MolsonCoors International Incorporated in 2005!
Molson Canadian Cider
Molson Canadian Cider is made from 100% Canadian apples. Enjoy a delicious, refreshing cold Molson Canadian Cider today.
It seems many people love this beverage during the Summer months. However, I know a few people who enjoy the Molson Canadian Cider during the Fall and Winter months.
Molson Canadian Beer Fridge
Have you seen the Molson Canadian Beer Fridge on your rounds?
Molson has been around for more than 50 years. In recent years sales have been declining. Molson Canadians needed a new way to grab the attention of the beer consumer.
So, last year they came up with a unique idea to introduce the interactive beer fridge.
It’s called the Global Beer Fridge. Molson brought Canadians from all walks of life together(he was introduced around Canada Day).
The catch? or Promotion?
The only way for the Molson Canadian Beer Fridge to be opened was to say ” I Am Canadian” in six different languages.