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Topic # 87542 1-Aug-2011 09:06
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I notice TM is suddenly awash with 2 degrees $40 prepay credit, cards with scratch panel revealing the code.

Are they are promotional thing I haven't heard about yet?

I'm about to have a 2 degrees spend up, and don't want to do so and find out after I could have got $40 voucher/s by going to certain retailer or something.

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  Reply # 500211 1-Aug-2011 10:12
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There was a new store opening in Albany mall last weekend and they were doing buy one, get one free top up vouchers and giving away some scratchcards

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  Reply # 500314 1-Aug-2011 13:29
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This was also the case at our store openings at 34 Queen Street and Civic Building, Wellesley St, Auckland CBD store openings.

Customers could get a top up of up to $100 and another worth the same amount in the form of a scratchcard.

More store openings coming soon!

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