Love Kit Kats? Wish you could get your hands on the amazing varieties available only in Japan? How about a whole box of them?
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, it’s time to get seriously chocolatey! We’ve teamed up with Japanese snack experts TokyoTreat to bring you the competition of a snack-lover’s lifetime: the chance for 20 lucky RocketNews24 readers to win a box jam-packed with Kit Kats from all over Japan.
And when we say “all over Japan,” we mean all over. Here’s what’s inside each and every box TokyoTreat will be sending out to 20 lucky winners:
1. KitKat Cheese Cake from Mt. Fuji
2. KitKat Amaou Strawberry from Kyushuu
3. KitKat Azuki (Red Bean) from Toukai
4. KitKat Beniimo (Red Potato) from Kyushuu
5. KitKat Chocolatory Special Chili & Passion Fruits
6. KitKat Chocolatory Special – I LOVE FRUITS
7. KitKat Citrus from Shikoku
8. KitKat Fruits Juice from Tohoku
9. KitKat Wasabi from Shizuoka
10. KitKat Japanese Sake
And these aren’t just those little fun-size nibbles, oh no—these are full-size, real-deal Kit Kats we’re talking about here. And they can all be yours.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning is to tell us, in your own words, why you need these delicious Kit Kats in your life.
That’s it. No sign-ups, no newsletters, no questionnaires to fill in, just mouth-watering chocolate delivered to your door, all the way from the Land of the Rising Sun. We’ll choose the most creative and original answers, and our friends at TokyoTreat will send each of the 20 winners a box filled with nought but delicious Japanese Kit Kats, free of charge.
So what are you waiting for? Anyone in the world can enter, so get cracking!
Having trouble viewing the entry form above? Go here.
The winners will be announced in a couple of weeks’ time, so be sure to check RocketNews24 regularly!
Oh, and do please give TokyoTreat some love over on Twitter, Facebook or at their homepage—we’ve wanted to bring you guys a contest like this for a long, long time and with one wave of their magic wand they’ve made it happen.