Punch ‘n’ Play cards recalled

Exchange at the register

Due to a printer error on its Punch ‘n’ Play scratch cards, Foster’s Food Fair has printed a second run of cards to replace the existing ones.

Customers can have their cards inspected and exchanged at the register. Foster’s will honour all existing punches.

‘The exchange is necessary to ensure the integrity of the promotion and ensure the odds published on the cards are correct,’ the company said in a press release.

The competition gives customers the chance of winning up to $10,000, and every card is a winner

Foster’s has already recalled more than 80 per cent of the cards from the first print run and the new revised cards have been in circulation for more than a week.

‘Because we were able to catch the problem quickly we hope the card exchange will not affect too many of our customers,’ said Woody Foster, Managing Director of Foster’s Food Fair.

‘We apologize to our customers for any inconvenience and want to let our customers know we will make the card transition as seamless as possible.’

The eight-week promotion ends 27 September. This is the fourth year the Punch ‘n’ Play promotion has taken place.

Foster’s is reminding customers not to scratch the silver seal or it will be void.