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Kachingo! to stop issuing tickets in New Zealand

Kachingo! to stop issuing tickets in New Zealand

The Kachingo! shoppers' rewards programme is to cease issuing tickets in New Zealand at the end of March 2003 (see story below).

All Kachingo! cash prizes can still be claimed from tickets issued up to the end of March (for the usual six months from their draw date).

Kachingo! retail partners will continue to check tickets up to April 30, 2003. From 1 May until 30 September 2003, tickets can be checked at all Woolworths, Big Fresh and Price Chopper supermarkets or online at www.kachingo.co.nz.

The company behind the programme says Kachingo! has proved itself in New Zealand and it is now time to take it to bigger markets overseas.

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