Find the Lindt Gold Bunny and win big this Easter

What would Easter be without the iconic Lindt Gold Bunny, the irresistible smooth chocolate adults and children alike wait for all year?

The much-loved Easter egg option from Lindt returns this year along with the Lindt Gold Bunny Hunt in 14 different shopping centres across the country from 27 March – 13 April 2020.  This is a must for every family.

lindt Easter bunny

Lindt Gold Bunnies are often the centrepiece of your table on Easter Sunday

Extra indulgent Easter

To ensure Easter is extra indulgent this year, look out for the smooth, filled LINDOR Mini Eggs which are available in a 100g pack and 300g pack too. This makes them the perfect décor addition to your Easter table; for hiding on Sunday morning when it’s time for the Easter hunt; or for simply sharing with your loved ones as families gather during this time.

Lindt Easter products are available in all major retail stores and the LINDT Boutique shops for a limited time only.

What is LINDT up to this Easter?

  1. Win one of 200 LINDT Easter hampers

There are 14 giant LINDT GOLD BUNNY inflatables in selected malls across South Africa between 27 March – 13 April 2020.  Snap a selfie of you and the bunny, upload to social using #GoldBunnyHuntSA and stand a chance to win a LINDT Easter hamper. Tag the Mall when you find the Lindt Gold Bunny and one lucky person could Win a Super Hamper worth R2000.

Find the Lindt Gold Bunny at the following centres: Walmer Park, Eastgate, Gateway, The Pavillion, Waterfront, Mall of Africa, Menlyn, Cresta, Fourways Mall, Tygervalley, Sandton City, Rosebank Mall, Canal Walk, and Woodlands.

  1. My Gold Bunny: Make it your very own

Purchase 3 x 100g Lindt Gold Bunny from Lindt Chocolate Boutiques and get one free. The Lindt team in the store will print a personalised red ribbon and tie it onto your Lindt Gold Bunny for you. Available from 1 March – 12 April 2020.

  1. Incorporate a Lindt Gold Bunny into your table decor

Lindt Gold Bunnies are often the centrepiece of your table on Easter Sunday. With Lindt Gold Bunnies being available in 50g, 100g and 200g options, they pair perfectly with Lindor Filled Easter Eggs so you can be creative in how you incorporate these chocolate delights to your table.

The smaller Lindt Gold Bunny fits perfectly into an egg cup adding character to your table with the Lindor Filled Eggs. But the ‘piece de resistance’ is of course the large Lindt Gold Bunny which stands out on a table, making it a feature piece, a conversation starter and of course, something to look forward to tasting as the weekend festivities draw to a close.

But do remember to hide a few Lindt Gold Bunnies in the garden too for the Easter Egg hunt on Sunday morning.

 

 



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