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Prima KottuMee to spice up the cricket season


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Prima KottuMee launches the ‘Hot N Spicy Kricket’ promotion once again for the sixth consecutive year, extending it to not one, but two whole months. Beginning on 1 June and ending on 31 July, the promotion brings with it the chance for fans to win awesome prizes on a daily, weekly and monthly basis for two whole months.  Consumers are simply required to SMS the unique code found inside each packet of Prima KottuMee, to 2343 in order to stand a chance to win amazing prizes. Three daily winners will be selected throughout the two months to win Smart Watches (Fitness Bands) while the two weekly winners will receive Samsung smartphones. Eight more lucky weekly winners will walk away with a cash prize of Rs. 50,000 each. The Grand Winner will receive Rs. 250,000. 

Prima KottuMee’s fun loving nature continuously makes the ‘Hot N Spicy Kricket’ promotion successful every year, while rewarding the brand’s loyal consumers. Hot N Spicy Kricket will indeed double the fun for two whole months, with entire Sri Lanka looking forward to the excitement.

 


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