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$100,000 Winner Shops In Christchurch

April 15, 2002


A Christchurch shopper is $100,000 richer after last night winning the first new weekly Kachingo! draw. The winner is yet to come forward.

The shopper visited Woolworths Ferrymead in the city last Monday (April 8) on the first day Kachingo! brought in its new weekly draw scheme.

Whoever it is has a cat and a dog, likes crumpets and Twinings Earl Grey tea and enjoys Olivani spread and Marmite on toast!

Kachingo! managing director Mary Vance says the person spent $74.28 and has the winning game line numbers 03, 04, 09, 13, 16, 28 and the power number 01 all on one line. The draw date on the ticket is midnight Sunday April 14.

Ms Vance says there were 32 second prize winners who each receive $1,000, as well as 701 third prize and 6,054 fourth prize winners.

With Kachingo! there are weekly draws for a $100,000 big cash prize with at least 30 second prizes of $1,000, 700 third prizes of $20 and thousands of fourth prizes of $5.

This is our first winner under the new format so we're really looking forward to finding the winner - check your tickets everyone,: Ms Vance says.

Tickets can be checked at any Kachingo! partner store, online at www.kachingo.co.nz or on Teletext.

Woolworths spokesperson Des Flynn says the company is proud to have issued the first $100,000 weekly prize winning ticket.

The Ferrymead store has issued two previous Kachingo!-winning tickets - one for $10,000 in March and a second for $1,000 in April.

Mr Flynn says Woolworths shoppers have now been issued with Kachingo! tickets worth more than $2.6 million since the company joined the rewards scheme in October last year.

. The winning shopper's full list is: Chef Beef & Venison 700g Chef Ocean Bounty 690g WW Olivani Spread 500g Pal 5 Meats 1.2kg Flora Pro Active Spread 250g Golden Crumpets 6pk FC X/Large Sage&Onion Chick(1) Marmite 250g Twining Earl Grey Tea Bag 60pk First Choice Sour Cream Potato Salad Oak Baked Beans 425g Irvines Shepherds Pie 270g Irvines Satay Beef S/Snck 270g No Frill Wholemeal TST Bread 700g Med Crispy Shoulder Bacon 1kg Sorbent 2-Ply Hypogenic 4pk Vitapet Gourmet Puppy 4pk Clipper String & Tag T/bags 100pk Irvine Crmy S/Snck 270g

About Kachingo!

Kachingo! is a customer rewards programme invented in New Zealand. It is the only one to reward shoppers with cash rewards just for shopping at any store within the Kachingo! village of partners. The village consists of BP, Super Liquor and Woolworths, Big Fresh and Price Chopper supermarkets. Since October 2001, Kachingo! partners have issued more than 71,000 winning gameline tickets worth more than $3.85 million.

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