How To Get A Free Hershey’s Gold Bar When Team USA Wins Gold At The Olympics

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The 2018 Winter Olympics are upon us, and everyone’s getting geared up for the events.

This time around, if the United States scores a gold medal, you may be able to get more than just a feeling of patriotic pride. That’s because you can score a free Hershey’s Gold Bar when Team USA wins Gold at this year’s Olympic Games.

While the brand may be famous for their chocolate, Hershey’s Gold is a whole new flavor of candy bar featuring caramelized creme candy with peanuts and pretzels.  It sounds like the perfect treat for people who can’t resist the flavor combination of salty and sweet.

Here’s the details on how you can score one for free through this limited promotion.

Beginning Feb. 9 at 12:01 a.m. EST and lasting through March 18, 2018 at 11:59 p.m., every time the United states wins a gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics or at the 2018 Winter Paralympics (up to a total of 15 gold medals), Hershey’s will make a post to Twitter and Facebook announcing the start of a giveaway period.

The first 10,000 people who click on the entry link that will be contained within the post will be eligible to receive the prize, which is a coupon valued at up to $1.50 off the purchase of a Hershey’s Gold Bar. The company will give away at least 10,000 coupons and reserves the right to give away even more.

Make sure that you follow Hershey on Facebook and Twitter so that you can see the posts when they go up. There is a limit of one coupon per person during the giveaway period, and they will be awarded on a first come, first serve basis while supplies last. Quantities are limited.

This certainly sounds like win-in situation. Here’s hoping that the U.S.A. scores as many gold medals as possible!

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