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Tell Oreo your preferred cookie-to-cream ratio and you could win $100,000

Posted: 2:30 PM, Jan 13, 2020
Updated: 2020-01-13 18:33:32-05
Tell Oreo your preferred cookie-to-cream ratio and you could win $100,000

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.

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You can read the full sweepstakes rules by visiting Oreo’s website .

What level of “stuf” do you prefer in your Oreo cookie?

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