closed Win Onecard Points or AA Smartfuel Discounts from Countdown Trolly Dash



Closing Date 03/12/2018


Description onecard points and aa fuel vouchers
No. of Prizes 9999

Entry Requirements

Entry Limit Unlimited
Entry Methods Website
Prerequisites n/a

This competion is open again. Not sure if my code is unique or not but it’s worth a try.


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  • +4 votes

    They changed their code to hex after people exploited it haha… Cheers for posting this again.


    codes are shareable thanks!


    A friend has told me random codes also work as per last time. Haven't had a chance to confirm myself yet.


      yeah i suspect they still have the same incremental flaw as last time, except this time they have just changed the format to hexidecimal. Hopefully someone smart will figure it out soon.


    I tryed cracking it and it appears you can only use one code a day on your onecard.

  • +5 votes


    Got 60 points of this code hope it’s lucky for you,

  • +4 votes

    heres another code: 8096946300388153178

    Hopefully someone can crack the game again before the 2nd December which is when the promotion ends.

  • +4 votes

    8096922400762223208 from today

  • +4 votes

    Code is pretty easy to crack again!
    The 19 digit code is made up of 3 parts. To generate codes see the code below:


    1. Keep "463" or use "502" or "224" if not working
    2. use any numbers in xxxxx e.g. 12345
    3. Keep "314" or use "320" or "317" if not working
    4. Keep other numbers the same and remove all special characters

    The final product should something look like

  • +3 votes

    My observations. If you put in an incorrect code and get locked out, you need to wait a full 24 hours to try again. Another mistake seemed to restart the clock. Also, if petrol discounts are going to fall there is an extra Talley/counter thing up the top of the screen at the start of the game so might be worth waiting in the middle for the 3c discounts.

    • +1 vote

      mine got suspended so i waiting 26hrs and its still suspended so i may have to ring them to see whats goin on

      • +1 vote

        Mine also. Had been fine one day but reached maximum number. Next day said unusual activity and was suspended. Let us know how you go.


          Mine got suspended today. Did you guys cancel your cards? or were they unlocked?


            @huffboy: Haven't tried getting it sorted. I assumed it was from too many/incorrect entires. Figured I'd get it sorted after the competition. Canceling the card would lose any accumulated spend you might have at Countdown for vouchers(?)

  • +1 vote


  • +2 votes

    From observation:
    1. It appears that you can play UP TO ~9 times every 24 hours without triggering the account suspension.
    2. Even if your account gets suspended, you can still use the accumulated fuel discounts from the Trolley Dash as well as continue to accrue points from other sources as normal.
    3. You can link additional cards to a single account, which means you can play up to 9 times per card (not sure on the max amount of link-able cards). Just go to BP or Countdown and grab a bunch of the free cards, register one of them and then add the card numbers through the app or website.

  • +1 vote



    how much are people collecting , other than suspending account anyone had e-mail saying to stop like last time . if you do as above do you think they have anyway of tracing . seems mad


      collected about $1 on smartfuel across a few days then stopped. Filled up on 98 at BP with a big grin on my face


      I had 30c before I got suspended. Didn't think of @seniormouse idea of linking additional free cards.

    • +1 vote

      Got about 100L free fuel with multiple accounts at $2.50 off/L. I don't think there is a way for AA or Countdown to track these unless you use one of those linked AA/Onecard cards; in my case I signed up with random information and a throwaway email address using the free cards. I suppose it is possible that they can see where/when the discounts were redeemed and check the transaction logs for payment info (if not paying with cold hard cash) or check the video footage to check the person and/or the number plate. Even if they did all this (which seems unlikely) you can revoke authorised access to car plate information via NZTA. Should be fine really.

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