Share a COKE with Mum

Celebrate Mother’s Day by sharing a COKE® and a Song with your Mummy-dearest. Enter to WIN a Share a COKE® and a Song cooler bag filled with 600ml COKE® and COKE Zero® bottles for you both and two sets of Coca-Cola headphones. Then, get together for some quality time with Mum while you rediscover your favourite songs and the special mother/daughter moments you’ve shared over the years.

The Coca-Cola ‘Share a COKE and a Song’ Survey questioned more than 1200 New Zealanders on the importance of music in their lives and it turns out that well over half of us Kiwi’s confess to inheriting some musical favourites from our mothers:

  - 80% of those rating their mum’s taste in music say it’s  ‘great’ (19%) or ‘okay’ (NB: Doesn’t include respondents who selected ‘doesn’t apply to me’).

 - When discussing her music collection, just over half of us confess to sharing some music favourites with mum, including 63% of those aged 18-24

 - When describing their mother’s musical taste, almost one quarter (23%) of men rated it as ‘bad’ or ‘horrible’ compared with just 17% of women

Chelsey has one prize, including a Coca-Cola branded cooler bag, a dozen 600ml bottles of COKE & COKE Zero (even selection of each, variety of years), and 2x Coca-Cola branded ear buds.

Confession time! To enter, in the comments below tell us what guilty musical pleasures you share with your Mum. Don't forget to check out next week's newsletter to see if you are a winner and claim your prize.

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  • jb2610 says
    Show tunes...especially Cats and Phantom.
  • Princess Janie says
    My mum and I love the rock group KISS.. and their songs are our guilty pleasure
  • Kate says
    Me and mum love singing "Man! I feel like a woman" by Shania Twain
  • flashdaz says
    We both love Abba ,
  • naomi83 says
    mum and i both love meatloaf but thats the only music the same we listen to
  • leelee1994 says
    I very ashamedly admit that I know most of the words to any Elvis song and most Rock n Roll songs as my mum used to play them over and over again even though she should have been interested in the Beatles. However, her tastes nowadays swing towards modern pop and she has been known to listen to the odd metal album. Really annoying because she used to take my Metallica and Suicidal Tendencies tapes off me if I played them too loud. What we have in common nowadays is that we both like musicals and will happily sing along to the Mamma Mia, The Sound of Music and Chicago soundtracks and most others that we can get our hands on.
  • Georgina28 says
    In the car, we ALWAYS listen to The Carpenters! Sounds weird but singing 'Top of the World' at the top of our lungs puts us both in a happier mood!
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  • Lisa says
    Abba!! :)
  • Bonza769 says
    Deep Purple is one of the greatest I used to listen to while in 'mummys tummy' and its still one of the greatest we listen to now...xox

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