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Topic # 97595 17-Feb-2012 12:13
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go to http://www.refreshingchange.co.nz/ and play the little flash game, win couple of ciders, put mobile no in and get txtd a voucher to use at one of the macs bars...simple.

I hear it may also work if you txt berry to 393 but havent tried.

Enjoy :)




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  Reply # 582750 17-Feb-2012 12:30
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Berry to 393 works, thanks

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  Reply # 582753 17-Feb-2012 12:41
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Awesome, 2 free ciders here I come!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 582761 17-Feb-2012 13:03
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Aww man....this means Ive got to goto town to drink them.... why not have a bar in north of Auckland ? :)





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  Reply # 582770 17-Feb-2012 13:20
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Cheers dude.




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  Reply # 582814 17-Feb-2012 14:27
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gjm: go to http://www.refreshingchange.co.nz/ and play the little flash game, win couple of ciders, put mobile no in and get txtd a voucher to use at one of the macs bars...simple.

I hear it may also work if you txt berry to 393 but havent tried.

Enjoy :)



Cheers, 393 worked for me too, shame there's no participating bars in Hamiltron though :-(  

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  Reply # 586791 25-Feb-2012 21:03
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hey you can use these at macs brew bar in takapuna ^^^^ :) 

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  Reply # 586877 26-Feb-2012 09:59
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sweet thanks man! i played the game but didnt win a holiday




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