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Hungry Jack’s UNO promotion returns with $140m in prizes

Prizes include Suzuki cars and motorcycles and free fuel for a year with Shell.

Hungry Jack’s UNO promotion makes a return, now with a $140 million prize pool and additional ways to win.

Prizes include Suzuki cars and motorcycles, free fuel for a year with Shell, holiday escapes, $5,000 in Westfield Gift Cards, Lenovo laptops and tablets and Samsung QLED TVs.

Those interested in participating are told to purchase any medium or large value meal, breakfast meals with hot drinks, or one of Hungry Jack’s Storm desserts to qualify from April 26 to June 6.

This year, winners can also scan and stash their free food prizes on the Hungry Jack’s app, to redeem at front counters or drive-thrus.

“Hear us when we say that 1 in 4 wins instantly. That means that winning a car, holiday or $10,000 could be as easy as buying any of our delicious, flame-grilled meals, breakfast meals with coffee or $2 chips and peeling off an instant win. All prizes must end up in the hands of lucky customers, so we encourage all Aussies to try their hand and get involved,” Hungry Jack’s chief marketing officer Scott Baird said in a media release.
 

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