Easter Egg Hunt: Newfoundland Chocolate Company

If anyone is going to be able to create the ultimate (and most delicious) Easter egg hunt, it’s the Newfoundland Chocolate Company. With recent worldwide success for their Valentine’s Day campaign (read about it here), I have been on the edge of my seat waiting to see what would be next. They did not disappoint.

They are putting off a city-wide Easter Egg Hunt – and it has already started!

If you follow their social media (find their Facebook here and Twitter here) you can find the latest happenings in the contest and all the details on how you can enter to win this awesome gift basket.

Newfoundland Chocolate Company Easter egg hunt

Valued at an impressive $450, this basket includes: gift cards for Belbin’s Grocery, Whink Jewellery Store, O’Briens Boat Tours, Eclipse Clothing Store, Jack Astors Restaurant and a ton of mouth-watering chocolate from Newfoundland Chocolate Company themselves.

Not only are they giving away this amazing gift basket, but there are a ton of goodies to be snatched up along the way. There are a total of 3 prize levels being awarded:

  1. The grand prize gift basket valued at $450
  2. First person to find the location of the hidden prize wins a Hollow Egg Collection
  3. Each person to find the location of the hidden prize wins a Truffle Card

Here’s how to do it:

Follow Newfoundland Chocolate Company on Facebook or Twitter and keep an eye for Easter egg hunt posts. Each egg will have a particular prize listed, this is what you will be hunting for (below: a set of their Hollow Egg Collection – yum!) and a specific goal to reach before the egg cracks to reveal the location clue.

On the left, is the first egg released. Once their request of 100 “likes” image was reached, the cracked egg clue, on the right, was posted. Now that you have the cracked egg clue, the hunt begins! Throughout the city, Newfoundland Chocolate Company has hidden a series of Easter chocolate prizes, you must use the released clues to find where the prize is hidden.

Easter egg hunt

Easter egg hunt newfoundland

Once you figure out the location, you simply take a photo of yourself with the hidden prize, email it to info@newfoundlandchocolatecompany.com and post it on social media (Facebook, Instagram and/or Twitter) with #jointhehunt.

This is where the real fun begins – by finding the hidden prize, you earn a Truffle Card, which one of the employees of the location will give to you. You can take this to either Newfoundland Chocolate Company location (Duckworth Street or Avalon Mall) and get yourself a free treat! Plus, you are entered to win the ultimate gift basket.

If you’re the first person to send your photo, you instantly win a set of the Hollow Egg Collection and you are also entered to win the grand prize Easter Gift Basket!

hollow egg collection Newfoundland Chocolate Company

There will be a total of 5 rounds of hidden prizes, which means there are lots chances to get involved and go hunting for some delicious treats.

Secret tip: If you check out the Newfoundland Chocolate Company’s Twitter account, you can see where people are finding the first hidden prize! Really, it couldn’t much easier to earn yourself a delicious treat and a chance to win an awesome prize pack.

Of course, if the hunt is just too much for you and you’re not up for the adventure – hop on over to either location of the Newfoundland Chocolate Company. They are stocked with all sorts of Easter treats and also an assortment of St.Patrick’s Day truffles and chocolates.

Get out there and #jointhehunt!

join the hunt easter*All photos from Newfoundland Chocolate Company Facebook.


4 thoughts on “Easter Egg Hunt: Newfoundland Chocolate Company

  1. Quentin April 9, 2015 / 11:03 pm

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    • Jessica Kilfoy April 9, 2015 / 11:30 pm

      Thank you for that kind comment! I am so glad you hear that. Thank you for subscribing.


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