Win a Customised Music Experience of your choice with Cadbury’s #5StarYouFest

Shhhhh don’t tell anybody, but Cadbury’s is my favourite chocolate and no matter how many times I indulge in cocoa-based carefully crafted deliciousness from around the world. There is something about the familiar taste of Cadbury’s that feels like home, in particular their TopDeck and Fruit & Nut, which are my firm favourites and have been so for years, making Cadbury’s very much a part of my every day life.

Now Plato Comms have sent me an incredibly generous goodie bag to announce their exciting new #5StarYouFest competition. It includes 5Star chocolate bars that I was so happy to try, a cool Travel Edition Scratch Map that I can’t wait to complete, a flower crown to put Snapchat to shame and gorgeous mirrored sunglasses. As well as some ‘yay to entering the competition’ announcement boards.

What the Cadbury’s 5Star competition offers #5StarYouFest

Coachella, Rocking the Daises or Tomorrowland, being at one of these is about to become a reality for one lucky South African, as Cadbury 5Star launches its’ Customised Global Music Experience competition!

This once in a lifetime experience valued at R250 000 and includes flights, accommodation, airport transfers, VISA allowance and spending money. What’s more, as the winner you decide how you want to fly, which global concert or festival you want to attend, whether you prefer 3 star or 5 star gigs and who, of up to 4 friends, you want to take along on the trip.

How to Enter and the details.

Entering is pretty simple. Purchase two individual bars of any of the following products: 48.5g 5Star, 46g Lunch Bar Large regular, 46g Lunch Bar Large Dream, 46g P.S. Caramilk, 46g P.S. Milk Chocolate, AND/OR 40g Crunchie. Dial *120*777888# and follow the prompts. Keep your barcodes within reach as you will need the last 4 digits of each qualifying products barcode to complete your entry. Keep your till slip for a chance to win the prize, as this will be used to verify your entry. USSD costs 20c per 20 seconds. T’s and C’s apply*.

The competition will run from the 01st June to the 31st July 2017, offering consumers a chance to win the Cadbury 5Star Customised Global Music Experience to anywhere in the world to the value of R250 000, plus weekly and daily prizes which include: Beats by Dre Solo Wireless Headphones, Fujifilm Instax Cameras, Portable Bluetooth Speakers and Instant iTunes/Google Play gift cards to the value of R150.00 each.

“We are so excited to offer this customised prize experience to our loyal fans, who have showed so much love to Cadbury 5Star in the last year.” says Grant van Niekerk, Mondelez SA Category Lead for Chocolate.  “The customisation element of the grand prize is truly unique allowing the winner to package the trip of their dreams to ANY music concert ANYWHERE in the world.”

Cadbury 5Star the chewy golden caramel – wrapped around a core of delicious, soft chocolate cream and crunchy biscuit balls –  is available in selected stores nationwide.

The Origin of Chocolate. Food of the Gods.

As a matter of interest and given the sweet topic, I thought I’d mention the origin of chocolate that can be traced back to the ancient Mayan and Aztec civilisations in Central America. ‘Theobroma cacao’, meaning ‘food of the gods’, was prized for centuries by the Central American Mayan Indians, who first enjoyed a much-prized spicy drink called ‘chocolatl’, made from roasted cocoa beans.

The Aztecs introduced cocoa to the Spaniards, who took it back to Europe in the 16th century. However it was very expensive, so only the rich could afford it. Chocolate was exclusively for drinking until the early Victorian times when a technique for making solid ‘eating’ chocolate was devised. Read the full story here.

Connect with Cadbury’s to learn more.

For more information on the competition follow Cadbury’s on Twitter and Facebook, and keep on eye on the #5StarYouFest hashtag.

Trying our my flower crown and glasses. I was asked which concert I’d go to between

No Comments Yet

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

For a list of all of my posts, click on the logo above.
Dawn Jorgensen is The Incidental Tourist

The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

Here I bring you narratives, stories, video and photographs from my travels around the globe, including accounts of gorilla trekking in Uganda, tree planting in Zambia and turtle rescue in Kenya, accommodation and restaurant reviews, as well as details of the conservation efforts that I support.

A self proclaimed earth advocate and beauty seeker, I invite you to join me here and share in my love of sustainable travel.

Dawn Jorgensen
Do Subscribe to my YouTube Channel