What is #CokeDunks?
#CokeDunks is a competition that challenges people to film themselves creatively dunking their plastic bottles into a recycling bin, to encourage more people to recycle. A dunk can involve a flip, a bounce, a throw, anything – as long as the bottle lands safely in a recycling bin.

How long is the competition running for?
The competition is open for entries between 10 and 23 September 2018

Can I see an example?
Check out this epic dunk from Olympian Nile Wilson.

How do I enter?
Step 1:
Film yourself, or a friend, creatively dunking your recyclable Coca-Cola plastic bottle(or any one of our other great drinks) into a recycling bin. Remember: it has to be a recycling bin. Make sure your bottle is empty, with the bottle cap on.

Step 2: Upload your video onto Twitter, Facebook or Instagram – it can be a post or an Instastory.

Step 3: Use the hashtag #CokeDunks:

Want to see a truly EPIC dunk? Take a look at Olympic gymnast Nile Wilson’s epic dunk.

Step 4: Make sure to pick up and recycle any bottles that haven’t been dunked. The aim of the game is to get as many bottles recycled as possible, as well as performing some epic dunks.

For more tips, take a look at our guide to how to recycle epically.

Who can enter?
Anyone aged 16 and over can enter if they live in Great Britain
. But if you’re under 18, you’ll need your parent or guardian’s permission.

What’s the prize?
An all-expenses paid trip to Alton Towers Resort or THORPE PARK Resort! Plus, 10 runner-up prizes, which each include x2 Odeon cinema tickets and 1 x Thorpe Park day pass OR Alton Towers day pass.

Do I have to buy a Coke product to enter?
We want to encourage people to recycle, so we’ll accept any recyclable packaging – like bottles and cans. You just need to ensure that, like all our packaging, it’s 100% recyclable!

How many times can I enter?
As many times as you like. There’s no limit on the number of times you can enter.

Does Coca-Cola decide who wins?
A panel made up of expert dunking judges and an independent adjudicator will score entries and decide on the winners.

What are the judges looking for?
The judges are looking for epic dunks. But they must be safe and into a recycling bin.

Scores will be based on:

  • How original and unique the videos are
  • How creative they are
  • Overall presentation
  • Level of detail and video quality
  • Style and innovation of video

What should I look out for when making my video?
Take a look at #CokeDunks: How to recycle epically when creating your video.

Does the film have to feature me?
Not necessarily
. But it has to be your original footage, owned by you and recorded by you. It can’t be someone else’s dunk taken without their permission.

Whoever submits the video will be awarded the prize, if chosen as one of our winners.

What type of bin should be in the video?
A recycling bin must be clearly visible. This can be a recycling bin in your home, in your local community, or on the street, but it must be the right recycling bin for the packaging you’re dunking.

What if I can’t find a recycling bin to dunk into?
If you’re having trouble finding a recyling bin near your, or you’d like more information on what can and cannot be recycled in your area, recycling charity Recycle Now, or WRAP, has a recycling bin locator tool to help.

What are the rules?
Take a look at our guide to CokeDunks: How to recycle epically for tips on how to create a winning entry.

Full a full list of the rules, read the CokeDunks Ts&Cs.

Can I dunk glass bottles?
Oh no no no. Please don’t try and dunk glass bottles. Although we do still encourage you to recycle them. Just don’t dunk or throw them. They won’t bounce like plastic will…

What should I do with the bottles I don’t dunk?
Recycle them!
Or simply try dunking them again. If you flunk it, redunk it…

Can there be liquid in the bottle when I dunk it?
So that it can be recycled properly, the bottle needs to be completely empty with the bottle cap screwed back on.

Can I have cash instead of the prize?

Want to know how to do the perfect dunk? Then take a look at our guide to CokeDunks: How to recycle epically.