Tell Oreo your preferred cookie-to-cream ratio and you could win $100,000
Posted January 13, 2020 4:30 p.m. EST
Updated January 13, 2020 4:32 p.m. EST
Every once in a while (OK, pretty much all the time), Oreo graces us with a new cookie flavor. Perhaps it’s peppermint bark for the holiday season or maybe it’s their latest flavor, tiramisu, just because.
While you pretty much can’t go wrong with any of them, one thing usually remains the same — the amount of cream filling between the two chocolate wafers. But to satisfy Oreo fans who like the cream more than the cookies, Nabisco introduced us to double stuf Oreos, then mega stuf, with a little more cream, and just last year, ‘The Most Stuf’ Oreos with more cream between the wafers than ever before.
If you were a fan of the seriously massive Most Stuf Oreos, you’ll be happy to know they will be returning to store shelves on Jan. 20 for a limited time! Even better news, however, is that no matter how much cream you like in your Oreos, you have a chance at winning $100,000 and other prizes just by letting Oreo know your “stuf” preference.
Yes, that includes even those who prefer the amount of cream in regular Oreos or — gasp! — Oreo thins, which barely have any cream at all.
For your chance at the cash, just head to Oreo’s website to choose your preferred cookie-to-cream ratio and fill out some additional information (such as your name, email address and state) by March 15.
Once you’ve done that, you’ll be taken to a page for a chance at an instant-win prize. If you receive an instant-win prize, you’ll then follow more instructions to claim it. There are 113 random, computer-generated winning times for the instant wins. Sixty-three people will win an Oreo-branded smart speaker valued at $60, and 50 people will win a $50 gift card.
There is a limit of one sweepstakes entry and one instant-win gameplay per day, per email address/person, but you can get bonus entries by sharing the sweepstakes on Facebook or Twitter. You must be 18 years or older to enter.
You can read the full sweepstakes rules by visiting Oreo’s website.
What level of “stuf” do you prefer in your Oreo cookie?