Le Creuset Cookware Set (RM2,150)


Couple of months back I tried my luck on Barilla Mother’s Day Contest. I wasn’t expecting to win one of the Le Creuset Cookware Set (worth RM2,150) because the winners selection criteria wasn’t clearly written in the terms. From my experience, this organizer tend to select participants with the highest purchase.

Only reason I joined was because Barilla is the favorite pasta brand in my household. Not trying to advertise Barilla here, but the pasta and the sauce are so fast moving around here I don’t mind keeping extra stock. I actually purchased close to RM300 worth of Barilla products for this contest.

If there is a contest for your favorite consumable products, don’t mind investing more because you will surely use them. Just check and make sure you get a good expiry date!



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C.H. Loh
By day, I work as an analyst for a government think tank. By night, I become an avid comper sharing juicy secrets (pros don't want you to know) on how to win some of the most amazing contests in Malaysia!


  1. If the contest is based on winning slogan, a single winning should count. I sent a single entry.

    By the way, congratulation on your win.

    • You are right. Some contests have a section for slogan, but the winning criteria is not necessarily decided by the creativity of the slogan. It could be based on highest purchase. That’s why reading the terms is important. However, as participants, we don’t really know if the organizers honor their written terms. Issue of transparency.

    • Don’t give up. I’ve lost many contests organized by Sangla Foods in the past. That’s why I only join selectively nowadays, especially for products I consume only.