Little Caesars & Winnipeg Free Press Customer Reward Program

Please be aware that our contest entry policy has changed. Note the changes outlined under our new registration terms within the registration form.

Little Caesars & Winnipeg Free Press Customer Reward Program.Earn a ballot to win a $20 Hot N Ready Meal Voucher with every purchase at Little Caesars. Register for our weekly winner's e-blast announcement. 



• With any purchase at Little Caesars (all Winnipeg locations), the customer will receive a complimentary Winnipeg Free Press newspaper.*   In addition to the newspaper, the customer will also be given a Post-it® ballot for a weekly draw to win 1 out of 5 $20 Little Caesars Hot-N-Ready Family Meal vouchers.

* There will only be 30 newspapers available per location each day, therefore newspapers are available while supplies last

• Win Little Caesars Hot-N-Ready Family Meal Vouchers every week!  Each week starting on Wednesday new ballots are distributed by Little Caesars and are valid until the following Tuesday. 

To win, you must go online to and register for our weekly winner’s e-blast announcement and enter your unique ballot #.  

*Only those that register their unique ballot # (‘s) for the week it was issued will be eligible to win.*

• Every Wednesday 5 winning numbers are drawn and announced on Thursday via e-blast and inside the Winnipeg Free Press. 

• To redeem the voucher, winners can call 204-697-7377 to notify the Winnipeg Free Press.   The winners have until 3 p.m. Friday of that same week to respond and claim their prize.  If no winner comes forward, we will randomly draw other winners from those who have registered for the e-blast.

• Winner(s) MUST produce the original Post-it® note ballot with winning number to claim prize at the Winnipeg Free Press – 1355 Mountain Ave, Winnipeg, MB. R2X 3B6

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