The JBL Easter Egg Competition

Unfortunately the competition is finished already. Shortly you will find another competition here. Simply look in again later.


Bernhard Scheel, Marc van der Vorst, kathrin pfetzing, Slawomir Mydlo, Barbara Pachner

high score

  • 20.8 seconds - Nurullah Dolanbay
  • 22.4 seconds - Ömer Dolanbay
  • 22.4 seconds - Robin Wortmann
  • 22.9 seconds - William Berndt
  • 24.6 seconds - Richard Bon
  • 24.8 seconds - Dominik Herbst
  • 24.8 seconds - Denny Ruhloff
  • 24.8 seconds - Philip Niederkinkhaus
  • 25.0 seconds - Florian Jordan
  • 25.1 seconds - Fanny MERCET
cards: 0/8
time: 0 seconds

From March 06 until April 22, 2019 you can have fun uncovering the matching animal pairs behind the JBL Easter eggs. With a bit of luck the JBL Easter Bunny will select you as one of his five winners.

Here's how it works

Just enter by April 22, 2019 and with a bit of luck you can win one of five vouchers for goods to the value of €150 for JBL food and maintenance products. You can choose from the complete JBL product range and redeem the prize after consultation with our marketing team. The winner will be drawn from the pool of participants and notified by email.

Applicable are our current Conditions of participation.


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