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Two Golden Tickets Left Just 15 Days To Find Them


Two Golden Tickets Left – Just 15 Days To Find Them

With WONKA-mania hitting New Zealand towns and lucky winners found in Ohope, Christchurch and Palmerston North, the race is on to uncover the remaining two Golden Tickets.

Stocks of WONKA Whipple Scrumptious Caramel Delight are going fast and the remaining Golden Tickets must be found before it’s too late.

The competition closes on Tuesday October 11th – imagine if that bar in the pantry has a Golden Ticket hidden under the wrapper, or what about the one at your local dairy?

Be in with a chance to win a dream trip to the Nestlé chocolate factory in the UK if you uncover a Golden Ticket. You could win lots of other fun prizes when you send any WONKA wrapper into the Weekly Prize Draws.

WONKA-mania has also spread to cinemas – New Zealanders continue to make Charlie and the Chocolate Factory their No.1 movie of choice, taking a choc-tastic NZ $1,290,719 at the New Zealand box office in its opening weekend.

WONKA Whipple Scrumptious Caramel Delight is available as a 48g bar or 190g block from just about anywhere chocolate is sold!

Visit www.goldenticket.co.nz for more information.


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