February 8th, 2010

Submit a KitKat PIN# here for a chance to win a $1 Million grand prize or 1 of 78 $100 American Express Gift Cheques. I entered this contest last year and didn’t win the grand prize. So this time I should win, right? That’s how it works? Good Luck!

Entry Frequency: daily
Age: 13+
Membership required
PIN required

Expires October 31, 2010
Join now and start earning money!

14 Responses to Win $1 Million

  1. Pookeybear says:

    now i got to go get me a kit kat bar

  2. Roy says:

    won’t accept upc code, fails on very first digit,
    anybody got a solution ???

  3. roy's friend says:

    It t’ain’t UPC codes they want, it’s a PIN code in specially marked packages of Kit Kat.

  4. Dana says:

    I’ll remember you when I win Artman! 🙂

  5. SusanB says:

    Hold out for the ring Dana!! Hold out!! 😉

  6. justme says:

    and… each PIN is unique, and can only be used ONCE – which means, yep you guessed it, you will actually have to PURCHASE the product!

    or use the no purchaee method to obtain a PIN

  7. Dana says:

    Lol Susan! I thought maybe Artman would like to be my pool boy! Artman? 😉

  8. artman says:

    How much does it pay? Ah, who cares, I’m in.

  9. SusanB says:

    I think I must insist on the ring.

  10. Dana says:

    Oh Artman your talking to me>W00-HOO! I was worried we were on a break and you didn’t tell me! LOL! Hmmm, how will I pay you? 😉 Please, no Speedo. And Susan you’ve got my back, you rock! 🙂

  11. Kazdot says:

    The odds of winning this are 1 in 10000000!!!

    That’s one in ten million!

    Yeah… that makes the contest just seem like a cheap publicity stunt.

  12. Rachel says:

    With most nationwide Canadian sweepstakes, particularly of a major brand, the odds are usually pretty low for a large prize like this with a product that’s distributed nationwide. There’s easily 10 million KitKats sitting on Canadian retail shelves and in back storerooms right now. They run 10 million wrappers, and 1 of them is the winning PIN. And yes, it’s a publicity stunt; all non-charity sweepstakes are publicity stunts to increase business. That’s why they exist. Nobody said winning big was easy.

  13. Kris says:

    I haven’t seen these specially marked Kit Kat’s anywhere? Where do you find them?

  14. Elva Roberts says:

    The contest line will not accept my pin. What now?