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Be in to win with Z Card

20/11/2013 - Z updates

Be in to win with Z Card

We’ve got loads of exciting promotions running in store and as a valued Z Card customer, you’re included in lots of these! If your Z Card is set up to collect Fly Buys and has ‘shop’ enabled as a permitted product, you could be in to win some fantastic prizes.

 

What would you do with a $1,000 Z Gift Card?

Cadbury wants to bring your dream to life by giving you the chance to win 1 of 4 $1,000 Z Gift Cards. There’s one to be won every week until 1 December 2013. To enter, simply buy any Cadbury product at any participating Z service station, and, if you have Fly Buys loaded on your Z Card, swipe your card and you’re automatically in the draw. It’s that easy!*

 

Fancy a Hawaiian cruise for two?

Buy a copy of The New Zealand Herald, Weekend Herald or Herald on Sunday at participating Z service stations, and if you have Fly Buys loaded on your Z Card, swipe your card and you’re automatically in the draw for a chance to win a Hawaiian Adventure for two valued at over $15,000! The prize includes a 7 night Hawaiian Seascapes cruise, return flights to Hawaii from Auckland, 4 nights accommodation in a 4 star hotel and much more!*

 

* Terms and conditions apply. Offer begins Monday, 4 November and ends Sunday, 1 December 2013. Z Cards must be eligible to collect Fly Buys points and have ‘shop’ enabled as a permitted product.

Click here for Cadbury Dreams – Win a $1,000 Z Gift Card Promotion Terms and Conditions

Click here for Z Hawaiian Adventure Cruise Promotion Terms and Conditions.

 


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