The third and final round of travel vouchers offered to Victorians were snatched up within minutes on Tuesday morning.
It took only five minutes for the final 50,000 vouchers to be allocated when they went on offer at 10am.
It was the last date Victorians could claim the travel vouchers.
Victorians who were allocated a voucher are required to spend at least $400 on certain travel expenses before they can receive the $200 reimbursement
Victorians who receive a $200 voucher will need to spend at least $400 on paid accommodation, experiences, tours or attractions during their travels in order to receive the $200 reimbursement.
To be eligible to claim a reimbursement voucher users must stay for at least two nights in paid accommodation in regional Victoria, the Yarra and Dandenong Ranges or the Mornington Peninsula.
The travel vouchers are redeemable for travel between April 6 and May 31 and receipts must be shown as proof they have spent more than $400.
Voucher reimbursement can only be claimed on paid accommodation, paid tours and experiences and entry fees to regional attractions.
Regional Victoria including the Yarra Valley, Dandenong Ranges (pictured), Mornington Peninsula and the Victorian alpine ski slopes is where voucher users must travel to get reimbursed
The Victorian alpine ski resorts are included in the regional Victorian areas where voucher users can be reimbursed up to $200 in travel costs