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Win a $50 Harris Teeter gift card when you recycle!

Posted April 24, 2012

 

Coca-Cola, Harris Teeter and the City of Raleigh's Recycling Division have all partnered to encourage Raleigh resident's to recycle more through the  Coca-Cola Recycle & Win program!

If you are a Raleigh resident, you may have already received a mailer with details about this program and a sticker for your recycling bin indicating you are taking part in the program. If not, you can head to Harris Teeter and pick up a sticker there.

To win the $50 Harris Teeter gift card, simply place the Recycle & Win sticker on your recycling container and place the bin at the curb on your regular recycling day containing your recyclables.

Then, prize patrol teams randomly visit Raleigh neighborhoods to look for stickers. If you have the sticker on your bin and you have recycled the correct materials, you may win one of the 260 gift cards they will be awarding now through September 30, 2012!

Click HERE to read the Recycle & Win flyer with even more details.

Click HERE to read the rules regarding this program. Here are some of the details from the website:

* The prize patrol will make 26 visits in neighborhoods in the city of Raleigh through 9/30/12

* They will award 10 possible prizes per visit

* Winners will be notified by mail about a week after the visit from the prize patrol and the winner has to call phone number on the notification to claim the prize

* Valid photo ID required to claim the prize

 

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  • Trickat Apr 25, 2012

    debraynor...Here are some excerpts from the official rules page that indicate single family homes only: "randomly select ten (10) houses" and "An eligible resident is defined as the person(s) to whom the recycling account services are billed to."

    I hope I'm wrong, but it doesn't look like the contest is set up to reward multiple family dwellings. Fun for others, but we're not even in the city of Raleigh, so I'll just keep earning Recyclebank and Coke rewards:)

  • debraynor Apr 25, 2012

    Can you please tell me what the rules are for apartment dwellers? We don't have individual recycle bins but we recycle.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Apr 24, 2012

    My thanks to Amanda for sending me the information on this one!