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Progressive exits Kachingo!

Progressive exits Kachingo!

No more Kachingo! tickets will be issued by Woolworths, Big Fresh and Price Chopper supermarkets from midnight Sunday 30 March.

Progressive Enterprises has withdrawn its involvement in the Kachingo! cash rewards scheme.

People who think they have a prize winning Kachingo! ticket can still check their numbers at Woolworths, Big Fresh and Price Chopper supermarkets and online at for up to six months from the relevant draw date.

Until the end of April, Kachingo! tickets can also be checked at BP.

Kachingo! operator Global Online New Zealand says all prize winners on tickets issued up to the end of March will be paid out.


Issued for Progressive Enterprises by Pead PR

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