COCA-COLA fans can get a free personalised can of Coke this Christmas in a sweet giveaway.
The fizzy drinks giant is giving away 1,000 cans each day until December 18, completely free.
To claim your freebie, head to the CokeCreation website and enter the name you want to appear on the can.
Alternatively, you can scan a QR code on special Christmas packs of Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola zero sugar and Diet Coke.
The website has already run out of stock for today, but more cans will be made available at 9am tomorrow, and then every day at the same time until December 18.
You’ll be given the chance to personalise a 330ml Coca-Cola zero sugar can by choosing a festive image and adding a name of your choice.
The cans will then be delivered to your home for free, but Coca-Cola is yet to confirm how long it'll take.
Keep in mind you'll only be able to personalise one can per order, and demand is high so it's best to be quick.
The name you want must also already be in Coca-Cola's system – so some nicknames may be unavailable – and you can't choose any swear words to decorate your can.
The giveaway is part of a celebration of Coca-Cola's 100-year association with Christmas.
For every personalised can you order, Coca-Cola will donate £2 to Crisis, the UK’s national homelessness charity.
The big four supermarkets typically don't sell individual 330ml cans of Coca-Cola zero sugar online, but Morrisons is selling an eight-pack for £4.
While Tesco is selling a pack of ten cans for a cheaper £3.99.
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."
In September, Coca-Cola fans could get a free bottle of the pop by claiming vouchers online.
And in other freebie news, shoppers can bag Tesco food for free using the Olio app, which aims to cut food waste.
Earlier this year, one mum shared her simple trick to bagging £65 of groceries for just £3.
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