New Van Houtte Contest

“The Van Houtte® Raise Your Mug 2023 Contest”

Now is your chance to win a gift card for free groceries! We all could use that I`m sure!

Enter to WIN a $500 DAILY grocery gift card When you buy any Van Houtte® product.

The Contest Prizes:

Eighty (80) Grocery Gift Cards available to be won (ARV: $500 CDN).

Total ARV of all Prizes: $40,000 CDN.

There are eighty (80) Daily Prizes available to be won consisting of a five-hundred-dollar (ARV: $500) Grocery Gift Card for one of the following retailers, or e-commerce site, to be selected by the entrant during the time of completion of the online contest entry form. Gift Cards can be digital and/or physical depending on the retailer:

  • Loblaw Companies Ltd (physical and digital)
  • Sobeys (physical)
  • Metro (physical)
  • Walmart (physical and digital)
  • Federated Co-operatives (physical)
  • Save-On-Foods (physical)

How to Enter the Contest:

Purchase Entry:

  • Purchase any Van Houtte® product between August 17, 2023 and September 27, 2023 in one transaction. Star/check the item(s) and the date on your receipt
  • Snap a clear photo of the entire receipt with your phone
  • Upload your receipt. Please allow 48 hours for processing
  • After your photo is submitted, you will receive an automatic confirmation and request to complete a registration form. If you do not receive a confirmation, please email

Regardless of entry method, entrants may qualify to receive one (1) entry per eligible Van Houtte® product purchased over the Contest Period. Entrants will have a limit of thirty (30) entries during the Contest Period.

No-Purchase Entry:

To enter without purchase, you can mail in your entry with a 25-word essay  (See rules for details)

Good Luck!

Contest Rules:

  • Open to residents of Canada
  • Age of majority
  • Daily Entry

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The Contest Ends on September 27, 2023

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    About Van Houtte Coffee

    Van Houtte Coffee was founded in 1919.  T

    The Founder: Albert-Louis Van Houtte could not find his favourite European favourite travelled to new york and bought his coffee bean roaster, so he opened the first grocery store in 1919 selling coffee.

    By the 1930s, people started to travel from far away to buy ground coffee.  He then opened a store in Quebec City.

    They grew and Grew.  In the 1980’s Van Houtte went Public, and his coffee was easily found in every grocery store.