Big Bite - 7-Eleven

Friday, July 10, 2009 Unknown 0 Comments

If you got a huge appetite for joining contests, then 7-Eleven's Big Bite Hotdog Eating Challenge will literally satisfy your hunger! Go to your nearest 7-Eleven branch and buy yourself a Big Bite Match Combo Pack. Scarf down 5 hotdogs as fast as your stomach can handle to get yourself into the top 20 semi-finalists. Winners of the final round takes home CASH prizes of P500k, P150k, P75k and P20k respectively.

Contest Requirements:
  • Purchase a Big Bite Match Combo Pack, which includes 5 pcs. of Jumbo Hotdog Sandwich and Gulp 32 oz for P150
  • Open to all males and females who are 18 years old and above
Contest Mechanics:
  1. Go to a 7-Eleven store on the specified contest period and make sure to bring a friend
  2. Purchase a Big Bite Match Combo Pack
  3. Show a valid ID and fill out an application form, health waiver and attach receipt
  4. 7-Eleven store crew records the time it takes you to finish all five (5) Hotdogs and writes it on your application form
  5. Top 20 customers for all 7-Eleven branches with the fastest time will move on to the semi-finals where they will be competing to eat the most number of hotdog sandwiches in five (5) minutes
  6. 7 finalists will then battle it out in the Final round where they will be eating the most number of hotdog sandwiches within 10-minutes
  7. View complete contest mechanics
Contest Period: June 26 - August 15, 2009
  • Qualifying Rounds
    • all 7-Eleven stores every Fridays (from 12 noon to 7pm) and Saturdays (from 10 am to 5 pm)
  • Semi-Finals
    • The Columbia Tower, Ortigas Ave., Mandaluyong City on August 22, 2009, 10:00am
  • Finals
    • Trinoma Activity Center on August 29, 2009
Contest Prize:
  • 1st Place: P 500,000
  • 2nd Place: P 150,000
  • 3rd Place: P 75,000
  • 4 Consolation prizes: P 20,000 each

  • Open in all 7-Eleven stores
  • You may enter as many times as you want
  • Tie breakers are a killer (read the complete mechanics)
For more information, log on to and

Found this out at Animetric's blog