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Woolworths Half Price Ready Meals with Coupon

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Got these vouchers in the junk mail. Half price coupons for "gourmet" ready meals.

Week 1 (1/7-7/7, coupon MEALS1): Woolworths Gold Meals (usually $15.99)
Week 2 (8/7-14/7, coupon MEALS2): Created with Jamie Meal Kits (usually $14.99)
Week 3 (15/7-21/7, coupon MEALS3): Cooking with Kylie Kwong Meal Kits (usually $14.99)

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    Can you click and collect for free?

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      Yes,if u spend 30 bucks or more.

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      Yeah, I think there may be a minimum order of $30.

  • +2 votes

    Jamie and Kyles meal kits have been marked down 50% most days the past few weeks at my local

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    While you can use your codes for online purchases, I notice you received barcodes. For enterprising Ozbargainers, there are smartphone apps that allow you to generate barcodes, which you could then use to get the discount.

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      Which apps in particular are you talking about?

      • +3 votes

        For iOS you could try Stocard. I was able to easily scan the barcode off the computer screen and it added accurately (for 1/2 price Jamie Meal). I've used it to store multiple EDR cards. The manual input doesn't seem great as you can't change the barcode standard/format.

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          Thanks, I need this app.

      • +4 votes

        Keyring also works well. I use it for my FlyBuys, EDR, MyDans, etc as well as for vouchers

    • +2 votes

      Or just keep it simple and print out the coupon to use in self checkout

      • +10 votes

        Thank you constable care but that is not what I was talking about doing.

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      I have the Woolworths android app but can't see these coupons?

  • +1 vote

    Do these actually taste good?

    • +4 votes

      A fan of Jamies range

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      Both the Jamie and Kylie ranges are very good. Not sure about Woolies Gold.

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        Had some of their range for xmas, pretty good!!

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      Have tried the Jamies stuff and i am a big fan, essentially they are not anything special in terms of ingredients but good if you want to try something new / get ideas for new meals.

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    can you get multiple items half price with the one voucher I wonder

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      yeah - 1/2 is such a great deal. Wanted to try Kylie's meal range. I'd go daily if it is per transaction. Hope its not just 1 coupon… edit: ok I zoomed in and read the fine print, only on certain meals, 1 voucher per transaction.

      • +1 vote

        One voucher per transaction, but no mention of limit of number of meals. Should be able to buy the shop out of the relevant meals and get all of them half price.

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          Hmm.. I will try, these are great options for dinner. Not too much prep and they sound great. If they are really good I may buy some to freeze.

      • +1 vote

        Perhaps put through multiple transactions via self serve?

  • +3 votes

    I really think we need to see more of Jamie Oliver in Australia.
    /s

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    Gourmet! Must be good, top notch.

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    What's the portion size like?

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      Don't know but apparently they serve 2.

      • +12 votes

        so in other words it's for 1

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        One of the Jamie meal kits i got had 700grams of chicken breast if memory serves me correctly, so there must be a bit of variance throughout the range

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    Seen it, portion looks small

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      serves a normal adult fine.

  • +1 vote

    Can't find the Gold ready made meals on Woolworths online. Does anyone see it?

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    • +2 votes

      Thanks for this - I search this too but if you look in the fine print of the coupons you will see it only applies to certain meals like beef wellington, salmon en croute etc. none of these seem to be available online for ordering (or at least I cant see it in the Gold range). Same goes for the Kylie Kwong meals, some items are available online but they do not match the meals eligible for a discount. This is ok I guess as I plan to go instore but not great if I wanted to do click and collect and use the online codes. Check the fine print!

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    Only took off 1c at self serve for me. Had to drag all my shopping to front desk and argue that it was not linked to Everyday Rewards card and should work. Got the discount in the end but a bit of a hassle, always seem to have troubles with coupons at self checkouts for some reason..