Cadbury Creme Egg: The hunt is on to find the £10,000 winning egg

Chocolate giant, Cadbury, has hidden 146 limited edition Creme Eggs across the UK—each worth anywhere between £50 to £10,000.

Cadbury Creme Egg: The hunt is on to find the £10,000 winning egg
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As part of their 'How Do You Not Eat Yours' competition, Cadbury has hidden 146 half milk chocolate, half white chocolate Creme Eggs that could be worth a lot of money! The grand prize? £10,000 in cash!

How to play the game?

All you have to do is be lucky enough to find one of the winning eggs and call the number printed on the foil wrapping! But the catch is that you cannot actually eat the chocolate egg and the company might even ask you to provide photographic evidence! According to Cadbury's website:

Half milk chocolate half white chocolate Cadbury Creme Eggs will be fairly and randomly distributed amongst stocks of single regular Cadbury Creme Eggs under the supervision of PromoVeritas, the independent promotional verification service.
If on opening your egg, you find that you have found one of the half milk chocolate half white chocolate Cadbury Creme Eggs, then call the phone number (during office hours only) that is printed on the ticket under the foil on the winning unit to find out how to claim your prize.
Keep this ticket as we will require it to validate your claim. Prize value will be stated on winning ticket. When you call, you will be asked to answer a series of verification questions including the unique code on the ticket, the retailer it was purchased from, plus the date and location of purchase.

What are all the prizes?

Of the 146 hidden eggs, six will be worth £10,000 with each hidden in an Asda, Co-op, Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons store, along with an independent retailer. Three eggs will be worth £5,000, four will be worth £1,000, 12 will get you £150 and the remaining winning eggs will earn you £50.

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