Oreo Edition Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster code promo | Jan-Mar 2023

Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster ‘Oreo Edition’ coming to FH5

Xbox has teamed up with Oreo for a Europe-only promotion of special edition cookies. These limited-edition cookies will bear the Xbox logo, as well as the iconic A, B, X, and Y controller buttons alongside a directional arrow. By scanning the Oreo Xbox Special Edition cookies and by cracking exclusive cookie combinations, inspired by the cheat codes hidden in games throughout history, fans can unlock a range of prizes.

This promotion is available on packaging in select European countries and will provide Xbox/PC and Steam codes to add a custom livery 2009 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster 'Oreo Edition’ to your game.

Participating countries with Start Date (Day/Month):

Country Xbox/PC Steam
Albania TBC
Austria 9/1
Belgium 31/1
Bosnia & Herztgovina 1/3
Bulgaria 1/3
Croatia 1/3
Czech Republic 1/2
Estonia 1/1
Denmark 16/1
Finland 16/1
France 9/1
Germany 9/1
Greece 2/1
Hungary 27/2
Iceland 13/2
Ireland 16/1
Israel 6/2
Italy 9/1
Kazakhstan 1/2
Kosovo TBC
Latvia 1/1
Macedonia TBC
Malta TBC
Montenegro TBC
Netherlands 31/1
Norway 16/1
Poland 1/2
Portugal 9/1
Romania 1/3
Serbia 1/3
Slovakia 1/2
Slovenia 1/3
Spain 9/1
Sweden 16/1
Switzerland 9/1
Turkey 31/1
UK 16/1

To redeem your 2009 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster 'Oreo Edition’ for Forza Horizon 5, please follow these steps:

  1. Visit the promotion website listed on the packaging: https://stay-playful.oreo.eu/
  2. Register with your email and follow the on-screen instructions to redeem the on-pack code
  3. Solve the special cookie combination by entering the baked-in symbols in the correct sequence
  4. Choose your in-game content item
  5. Enter the prize draw to see if you are a winner
  6. Your in-game item code will be emailed to the account you registered with

Q: When will the 2009 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster 'Oreo Edition’ be available to drive in Forza Horizon 5?
A: If you successfully followed the above steps to receive a redeemable code, the 2009 Pagani Zonda Cinque Roadster 'Oreo Edition’ can be added to your garage from January 31, 2023 , once you’ve downloaded the next Forza Horizon 5 update.

After redeeming the code and installing the update, the car will be sent to your in-game Message Center Gifts tab for download to your garage.

For additional Q&A see our Forza Support article:

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Yay ! :roll_eyes:

I’m seeing comments of Europe only ? How very inclusive :roll_eyes:

…on an aside "I was this many years old when… " Europe has Oreos ? :slight_smile:

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So there’s Doritos, Krispy Kreme donuts, and now Oreos to look forward to for all three-year-olds and above.

Horizon: Type 2 Diabetes Edition welcomes you.


Who had the Second FH5 DLC Expansion as “Your Waistline” ? WINNER !


My phone now has coffee on it. :rofl::+1:t3:


Did I do that ?

hehehe, sorry if so, hate to see coffee wasted :wink:


Wow, that is some preem 3rd degree burn right there, my friend.


I might still have a FM7 branded Totino’s pizza pack in the back of my freezer.


Anyone remember when game companies were “cool”?
Could you imagine, way back when, some corporate honcho walking into Carmack’s office, suggesting a Dorito outfit tie-in with “Doom”?
How about Broussard changing Duke Nukem’s famous quote to “…and I’m all out of Oreos” in exchange for a few bucks?

This collaboration is so… unnecessary?


Hmmm….wonder if it’s going to be like the Ford GT, where the stock PI is adjusted.

My girlfriend and I were just talking about Oreo cravings last night….lol. Of course, we’re from Canada so we don’t count this time.

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I thought Oreos were more popular here in the US.

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I think that is the point. Getting more people in the EU to buy Oreos. It’s part of overall marketing strategy for the brand in EU.


These promotions that are region specific are really frustrating…my pops would say “This really gripes my goat!” :rofl:

Not going to lie, it’s going to bug me I can’t get this…


I just don’t understand these marketing angles at all. Neither the product choices or limiting to certain markets for products available to much larger (if not global) markets.


But that makes no sense. How does it hurt the brand to include other markets ? It doesn’t. In fact it risks hurting the brand in those other markets when consumers there see this as something of a snub.

If you want to limit the promotion to a certain region, I’d think you’d want to choose a region where the product in question is the most popular.

This one (especially) strikes me as more a MS/XBox promotion than a cookie promotion given the fact they made the Oreo’s in XBox theme. But, I could be wrong, and normally such are supposedly mutually promotional. Pretty sure it isn’t just about selling more Oreo’s in Europe. It if was it wouldn’t be XBox themed. It’d be more Europeon / locally themed or simply a coupon blitz. They wouldn’t have spent the time and money tooling dies to stamp XBox designs on Oreos.

Most of these European counties (including the UK) weren’t valid for the Doritos / Energy drink promo from before Christmas. A chance for those left out in that promo to snatch an opportunity here.
I’m based in England but according to the promo website I’m unable to do anything until the 16th of January regarding this promotion…
Quote : ‘Come back on the 16th January 2023 to Unlock Playfulness with OREO and Xbox!’