To take up the Quit to Win! Challenge, you must be a regular smoker (cigarettes or other tobacco products) as of December 19, 2019, live in Québec and be ready to commit to not smoking between February 10 and March 22, 2020, inclusively. You must also register online or by phone between December 19, 2019, and February 10, 2020, inclusively.
A person may not register for the Quit to Win! Challenge to stop the use of e-cigarettes or cannabis, since these are not considered tobacco products.
You have until February 10, 2020 to register for the Challenge. Online registration will be blocked as of midnight (00:00 EST) on February 11, 2020.
The Quit to Win! Challenge is open to everyone, whatever their age. However, some prizes are reserved for specific age groups. To find out more about the prizes.
You can stop smoking as of December 19, 2019. However, to be eligible for our draws, you must abstain from smoking for the Challenge period, from February 10 to March 22, 2020 inclusively.
Of course! Using medications to quit smoking (nicotine patches, gums, lozenges, inhalers and mouth sprays, varenicline or bupropion pills) is allowed during the Challenge. In fact, they can greatly improve your chances of success.
Because electronic cigarettes aren’t tobacco products, participants are allowed to use e-cigarettes (with or without nicotine) as cessation aids to help them quit smoking within the framework of the Challenge. To learn more about this method.
The only requirement for the 6 weeks of the Challenge is not to smoke cigarettes or any other product containing tobacco, for example, a cannabis joint mixed with tobacco.
The Quit to Win! Challenge is based on the good faith of participants. However, when awarding the prizes we make sure the winners have kept their promise. They must sign a declaration attesting they have not smoked during the Challenge period, and, as the case may require, we reserve the right to have them undergo a screening test.
You will no longer be eligible for the prize draw, because to win a prize you must not have smoked at all during the Challenge period. But that is no reason to give up trying!
Unfortunately, that person will not receive a prize. Another name will be drawn and someone else meeting the eligibility rules will be declared the prize winner.
Second-hand smoke is more diluted than the smoke inhaled by smokers, and leaves no significant amounts in the body. In contentious cases, other measures will be applied to determine the smoking status of the participant.