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Old 10.01.2012, 02:22
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Cailler chocolate

Last year many of us received free bars of chocolate from Cailler by playing with the St Valentin factory game. Unfortunately I cannot find anything similar this year... but there is a competition running until 31st January,

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On its website www.cailler.ch, Nestlé Suisse SA is running a free competition until 31 January 2012 for which no purchase is required.
Those entering the competition simply key in their code and find out immediately whether they have won something or not. The entry code can be found on selected Cailler Cuisine multipack products (Cailler Cuisine Noir 64% 200g, Cailler Cuisine Lait 200g, Cailler Cuisine chocolate powder 250g and Cailler Cuisine cocoa powder 200g).
Entry codes can be requested by texting the key words «Cailler Cuisine» free of charge to 919.

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Entry is restricted to all individual natural persons who are over 18 years old at the time of entry. Entrants must be resident in Switzerland or Liechtenstein.

http://www.cailler.ch/en/Products/Cu...neContest.aspx
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Re: Cailler chocolate

here's some good news for you, the valentine game starts January, 23rd
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Re: Cailler chocolate

oh and there's another competition where you can win three gold "Branchli" (chocolate bars), but free codes are only available by contacting the client service and order it by snail mail.
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Re: Cailler chocolate

aaah, they don't have the free chocolate this year, free class for couples only: Cailler

what are we, the loser singles, gonna do for chocolate this year... this? :P

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well this would be a perfect location for a first date, wouldn't it?

But I am disappointed that they're not offering this game this year..
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Last year many of us received free bars of chocolate from Cailler by playing with the St Valentin factory game. Unfortunately I cannot find anything similar this year... but there is a competition running until 31st January,

Conditions of entry
Article 1 Competition
On its website www.cailler.ch, Nestlé Suisse SA is running a free competition until 31 January 2012 for which no purchase is required.
Those entering the competition simply key in their code and find out immediately whether they have won something or not. The entry code can be found on selected Cailler Cuisine multipack products (Cailler Cuisine Noir 64% 200g, Cailler Cuisine Lait 200g, Cailler Cuisine chocolate powder 250g and Cailler Cuisine cocoa powder 200g).
Entry codes can be requested by texting the key words «Cailler Cuisine» free of charge to 919.

Article 2 Entrants
Entry is restricted to all individual natural persons who are over 18 years old at the time of entry. Entrants must be resident in Switzerland or Liechtenstein.

http://www.cailler.ch/en/Products/Cu...neContest.aspx
thanks for sharing...let me try my luck
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Re: Cailler chocolate

Last year I also got free chocolate but after watching little excerpts of the trailer Bottled Life and reading this http://canadians.org/blog/?p=13184 I really feel like not having one more bite of any product from Nestle itself or any owned company, it tastes horribly wrong.
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Last year I also got free chocolate but after watching little excerpts of the trailer Bottled Life and reading this http://canadians.org/blog/?p=13184 I really feel like not having one more bite of any product from Nestle itself or any owned company, it tastes horribly wrong.
Well (I think) Nestlé is the largest food company in the world, so there are bound to be mistakes made sometimes.
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Re: Cailler chocolate

I tried but the code didn't work... and you can't try again because it only accepts one request for code per mobile number... hmmm
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Yeah, some mistakes and a lot of evil minds.. Just sayin'
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Last year I also got free chocolate but after watching little excerpts of the trailer Bottled Life and reading this http://canadians.org/blog/?p=13184 I really feel like not having one more bite of any product from Nestle itself or any owned company, it tastes horribly wrong.
Interesting points - a spin off thread needed, i think
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