Modern life means we parents are constantly making BIG, IMPORTANT decisions.
Decisions like, “What school should I choose for my children?” and “Should we move house?”
But surely you’ve never made a decision bigger, or more important than, “Do I prefer Ranch Raccoon to Chip Shop Chicken Curry?”
We joke, of course.
But right now, the British public can get vote in the Walkers ‘Give us a Flavour’ challenge, and help choose the nation’s favourite new Walkers crisps flavour from six finalists, each of which was dreamed up by a member of the public.
Pop into your local supermarket and pick up a pack of the new flavours, which are: sizzling steak fajilta, chip shop chicken curry, cheesy beans on toast, hotdog with tomato ketchup, pulled pork with a sticky BBQ sauce, and ranch raccoon. Taste them all, and vote for your favourite – over 1.2m people have already had their say!
This Wednesday, 10 September from 1-2pm, Foodies100 will be teaming up with Walkers Crisps and Vicky from Around and Upside Down for the #WalkersFinal6 Twitter party celebrating the new flavours. It promises to be lots of fun, and we have prizes up for grabs – the best Tweet submitted during the party will win a hamper full of Walkers Do Us A Flavour Crisps and a £30 supermarket voucher. We’ve also got three £20 vouchers to give away to runners-up.
We want to know:
- Are you raving about Ranch Raccoon or crazy about Chip Shop Chicken Curry? What’s your favourite Walkers finalist flavour?
- What’s the craziest flavour combination you’ve ever had?
- In a sandwich? With dips? What’s the best way to eat your crisps?
- If you could see any flavour on a crisp, what would it be?
- What’s the perfect accompaniment to a packet of crisps?
How to Take Part
- Don’t forget to follow @foodies100, @tots100 and @walkers_crisps before 1pm on Wednesday 10th September
- Tweet us your thoughts on the Do us a Flavour challenge, including your favourite crisp flavours and ideas!
- Don’t forget to use the hashtag #WalkersFinal6 on all your Tweets
Terms and Conditions: The #WalkersFinal6 prizes are available to UK and Republic of Ireland residents only, aged 21 and over, except employees of Walkers Crisps (the Promoter), their families, agents or anyone professionally connected with the Promotion. For purposes of this promotion, an entry is received when the blogger has tweeted their comment or question with the hashtag #WalkersFinal6, based around the criteria set forth in these Terms and Conditions. No purchase necessary. The competition will be open from 1:00pm (BST) on 10/09/2014 to 2:00pm on 10/09/2014 (the “Promotion Period”). Any entries outside of the Promotion Period will not be counted. The decision of the Promoter in relation to the Promotion is final. No correspondence will be entered into. No information regarding entries or judging will be disclosed to any third party not involved in the conduct of the Promotion. The prize is not transferable, re-saleable or exchangeable. There is no cash alternative. The promoter reserves the right to substitute any of the prize products subject to availability. All prize winners will be contacted via Direct Message on Twitter by 14/09/2014. Winners must respond to notification of their prize within 48 hours otherwise the right to claim the prize will be lost and the promoter reserves the right to re-award the prize(s). Winners will be announced by 31/09/2014 on this website. No entries from agents, third parties, organised groups or applications automatically generated by computers will be accepted. No incomplete or corrupted entries will be accepted. Any entries not in accordance with the entry instructions will be rejected. Any entries containing offensive or inappropriate content will be removed. By entering participants will be deemed to have accepted and be bound by the rules. All entry instructions form part of these Terms and Conditions. In the event of unforeseen circumstances the Promoters reserve the right to offer alternative prizes of equal or greater value. The Promoter reserves the right to amend, alter or terminate this promotion at any time due to circumstances beyond its control. The Promoter’s decision is final and binding in all matters relating to the promotion. The Promoter can accept no responsibility for, and reserves the right to refuse, entries which are corrupt, incomplete or fail to arrive by the closing date. These rules are governed by English law and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts.