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How to Get Little Caesars CoD MW3 Skin, Emblem, and Rewards

Here's how to get the in-game rewards from the Little Caesars MW3 promotional campaign.

Activision has once again teamed up with a food brand for a promo campaign around its latest first-person shooter. And it’s not Doritos or Mountain Dew. If you’re wondering how to get the Little Caesars CoD MW3 skin, emblem, and rewards, look no further. Here’s what you need to know.

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CoD MW3: How to Get Little Caesars In-Game Rewards

To get the in-game rewards for the Little Caesars MW3 promo campaign, you’ll need to make a qualifying purchase of $3 or more online or at any Little Caesars restaurant. Then, you’ll need to scan a receipt or redeem codes.

  • Go to the promotional website.
  • Enter your email address to register.
  • Click “Enter Sweeps and/or Unlock Rewards.
  • Enter your information and platform.
  • On the next page, upload your receipt or enter your receipt code.
    • You’ll need to go to the promotional website page, enter your email, and click “Enter Sweeps and/or unlock Rewards each time you want to upload a receipt or enter a code.
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You can only enter two codes and/or two receipts per day during the promotional period. You’ll also need to link your Activision account to receive the rewards. You can do this when uploading a receipt or entering a code.

Per Little Caesars: This promotion “excludes order-online-pay-in-store orders and purchases of gift cards.” To be safe, I would only order one or two things at a time twice a day to maximize your gains and/or chances of winning something from the sweepstakes.

What are the MW3 Little Caesars In-Game Rewards?

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Every qualifying purchase of $3 or more will give you Dual 2xp. However, there are some other goodies you’ll be entitled to.

  • First purchase: x1 charm, x1 emblem, x1 calling card.
  • Second purchase: x1 Operator skin.
  • Additional purchases: XP.

The charm is a pizza with a skull painted in red sauce. The black charm has orange arrows, “LC” written in orange font in the middle, and “Hot-N-Ready” written in orange font at the bottom. The calling card is Little Caesars’ fiery “Hot-N-Ready logo. And the Operator skin is a black and orange design to fit the LC color scheme, complete with a pizza cutter.

After submitting your first code or receipt, you can unlock an additional two hours of double XP by purchasing any two-topping pizza.

Lastly, you can also enter a Little Caesars MW3 sweepstakes for chances to win other CoD Modern Warfare items, such as a beanie, tumbler, backpack, and a copy of MW3.

When Does the Modern Warfare 3 Little Caesars Promotion Start and End?

The promotion begins on November 1, when the Early Access for the MW3 campaign begins. It ends on January 31, 2024. Purchases must be made by December 31, 2023. The terms and conditions state that rewards are available on November 10, when MW3 officially releases.

And that’s how to get the Little Caesars in-game rewards in CoD MW3. For more tips and tricks, such as best loadouts and weapons, or how to get a specific trophy or achievement, head over to our Modern Warfare 3 guides page.

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