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Fans of the iconic fizzy drink can get a personalised can of Coke this Christmas and it's totally free.
Coca-Cola are giving away 1,000 cans each day until this Friday, 18 December so you'll have to be quick if you're thinking of grabbing one for yourself or someone special.
To make things easy for fans, Coca-Cola have set up a dedicated Coke Creation website where you can enter the name you want to appear on the can and claim your freebie.
The limited 1,000 cans are made available at 9am each morning. If you miss that day's stock, there is a helpful countdown clock on the website until the next 1,000 drops.
The stock for today has already ran out but there will be more cans available at 9am tomorrow and on Friday at the same time. Set your alarm clocks!
There is another way - if you have purchased a special Christmas pack of Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola zero sugar or Diet Coke, you can scan the QR code to claim a personalised can.
The 330ml cans can also be personalised with some added festive images and designs from the company's website.
Unfortunately, the name you want to add to your personalised can must already be in Coca-Cola's system. You are not allowed to choose any swear words to decorate your can either. Depending on your tastebuds, you may be pleased or disappointed to know the cans available are all Zero Sugar.
By ordering a personalised can you are actually helping a good cause. For every can ordered, Coca-Cola will donate £2 to Crisis, the UK's national homeless charity. Coca-Cola will therefore donate a total of £50,000. The giveaway also marks Coca-Cola's 100-year association with Christmas.
Kris Robbens, marketing director at Coca-Cola Great Britain, said: "This year has been challenging for so many people.
"Whilst Christmas is a moment of celebration, it's also incredibly important to remember those that need support more than ever before.
"This year, we're really pleased to continue our longstanding association with Crisis to support the charity with a donation on behalf of every can ordered."
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