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Coles 30/8: 20% off All Telstra Recharge, Schnitzel $1.25, Cadbury Jars $5, Bonds 50%, Telstra Kit $30 & $15 GC, Toblerone $4.95

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Coles catalogue on sale from Wednesday August 30. Enjoy :)

Items in Title:

  • 20% off All Telstra Recharge
  • Crumbed RSPCA Approved Chicken Schnitzel (Deli) $1.25ea
  • Cadbury Scorched Chocolate Jars 380g $5.00
  • 50% off All Bonds (Excludes Baby & Clearance)
  • Bonus $15 JB/iTunes/Myer/Coles Gift Card with Telstra $30 Starter Kit Purchase
  • Toblerone Milk Chocolate 360g $4.95

Half Price or Better:

  • Peters Drumstick 4-6pk $4.00
  • Nescafe Gold 200g $8.99
  • Powerade 600ml $1.70
  • Mars or Nestle Medium Bars $1.00
  • Smith's Thinly Cut Chips 175g $1.65
  • Lindt Lindor Chocolates 308g $8.00
  • Cadbury Favourites 320g $6.00
  • Peckish Rice Crackers 100g $1.10
  • Zoosh Dressing 380ml $2.00
  • Zoosh Mayonnaise 350g $2.24
  • Suimin Noodles Cup 70g $0.70
  • Green's Pancake Shake 375g $1.45
  • Harvest 425g $2.00
  • Continental Pasta & Sauce 115g $1.37
  • SunRice Medium Grain Rice 5kg $6.80
  • Lavazza Cofffee Beans or Ground 1kg $14.99
  • Vittoria Coffee Capsules 12pk $4.19
  • Purely Nuts Dark Choc & Sea Salt Peanut Butter 270g $3.47
  • Jordans Granola or Muesli 500g $3.50
  • Uncle Tobys Le Snak Value Pack 264g $3.80
  • Nature Valley Bars 210g $2.40
  • 50% off All Bonds (Excludes Baby & Clearance)
  • 50% off Select Blackmores Vitamins
  • 50% off All Sistema & Klip It
  • Toblerone Milk Chocolate 360g $4.95
  • Ferrero Rocher Gift Box 16pk $6.30
  • Golden Crumpet Breaks 6pk $2.00
  • Crumbed RSPCA Approved Chicken Schnitzel (Deli) $1.25ea
  • Dairy Farmers Thick & Creamy Yoghurt 150g $1.00
  • Don Footy Franks 500g $2.80
  • SFC Chicken Tenders 400g $4.60
  • Steggles Chicken Breast Goujins 1kg $8.00
  • Oral B 3D Toothpaste 95g $4.50
  • Oral B Gum Care Toothpaste 110g $5.00
  • Oral B Pro Health Toothpaste 110g $2.50
  • Oral B Vitality Power Brush 1pk $20.00
  • Garneir Fructis Shampoo or Conditioner 700ml $6.00
  • Brut Marine Cool Antiperspitant 245g $3.25
  • Glen 20 Disinfectant Spray 300g $3.40
  • Pine O Cleen Disinfectant 1.25L $2.50
  • Finish Quantum Ultimate Tablets 32pk $14.00
  • Vanish Gold 2kg $10.00
  • Chux Heavy Duty Scourer Sponge 3pk $1.60
  • Biozet Attack Laundry Powder 2kg, Liquid 2L $10.00
  • Cold Power Laundry Liquid 1kg, Liquid 1L $5.00
  • Seasol Concentrate 500ml $3.80
  • Brunnings Pine Bark 22L $2.50
  • Cadbury Marvellous Creations or Dark Milk 205g $2.50
  • Cadbury Scorched Chocolate Jars 380g $5.00
  • Maltesers Box 360g $5.00
  • M&M's Peanut 440g $5.00

Telco:

  • 20% off All Telstra Recharge
  • Bonus $15 JB/iTunes/Myer/Coles Gift Card with Telstra $30 Starter Kit Purchase
  • Telstra Tempo $24.50
  • Telstra Slim Plus $49.00
  • Telstra 4GX Plus $79.00
  • Telstra Prepaid 4GX Wi-Fi & 3GB Data $29.50
  • Boost $40 Starter Kit $20.00
  • Amaysim $30 Starter Kit $15.00
  • Vodafone Prepaid Smart E8 $69.00
  • Optus Prepaid 4G Huawei Y311 $79.00

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  • +11 votes

    20% off All Telstra Recharge

    Tempting

    • +3 votes

      Was just thinking the same thing. I think the voucher code is valid for like 2 years or something?

      Could stock up for the next few months

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        I think it might be 23 months.
        I recharge @$50/month, need $40(after discount) x 23months = $920…hrmm might do it.

        Edit: Just checked my google photos of previous vouchers and the expire date lengths varies;
        Purchased on 12/09/2016. Amount $50, Expires 16/06/2017
        Purchased on 21/04/2017. Amount $40, Expires 22/03/2019
        Purchased on 24/04/2017. Amount $30, Expires 25/10/2018

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        Can get my $40 Freedom Plus down to $32/month.

        Although, with auto recharge it seems to recharge every 30/31 days, but with recharge codes I think it's only 28 days… still over the course of a year it would be 13 x $32 = $416 vs 12 x $40 = $480.

        BUT… if I get forgetful and miss a recharge, I'll lose all my build up recharge credit which I can use for Google Play Store purchases (currently at $180)…. Hmmmmmmm

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      Indeed. I've never seen discounts on Telstra recharge before? I currently pay $30 every 28 days (or $390 per year), so 20% savings is $78. But I'd have to buy 13 of them, and with the 3 limit per customer, I'd have to visit 5 different Coles… is it worth all the hassle?

      • +1 vote

        One near work, one near home? Repeat for a few days?

      • +4 votes

        Self service check-out ? Unlimited vouchers… 3 vouchers in one transaction, rinse and repeat.

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        Can't you buy just a few ? Why one year? Just buy what you can. I will buy a few, already got 2 spare months from eBay deal (paid $83.50 for 3 recharges by using $20 off) I will probably buy 3 more as will mean $24 per recharge. Add the fact I use value for Netflix , play music and apps I am in a win win situation;)

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          Why not buy 1 year's worth? Why should I only buy 3 and then pay the other 9 months at full price?

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          @MrZ: well you said "is it worth all the hassle". Also in reality we should buy only 3.

    • +1 vote

      Telstra Recharge Schnitzel, even more tempting.

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      Is it availble in Coles Express? Would like to use it together with AMEX's 40-10

  • +2 votes

    Purely Nuts Dark Choc & Sea Salt

    Isn't that an oxymoron?

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    Anyone tried those schnitzels? Any good?

    • +1 vote

      I think they are magically all the same size, so may contain chciken lips?

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        That's disappointing.
        I noticed a drop in quality in the Coles schnitzels (4-pack) about a year ago. I'm wondering if it's because they used to be chicken fillets. Now they are definitely formed chicken meat.
        Has anyone else noticed the same?

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        HEHE! Chicken lips! In Thailand a delicacy is Duck Beaks! Yep! Imagine being served up a plate of quackers and sucking a skerrick of meat off the end of each one.

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          So in Thailand duck schnitzels may contain duck beaks?
          Btw, that's a good looking Pecking Duck there

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          Coles actually sells duck tongues in certain suburbs with a large Asian population, saw them at Hurstville Sydney.

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          @Scab: A breast man myself, but I think that eating offal was made popular due to poverty and for no other reason. As a youngster I ate a lot of Lambs Fry and kidney. Not any more.

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          @Peck:

          Offal is expensive these days, I still enjoy tripe and lamb's fry.

          Yum, I love organs.

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      Not really: there is about as much crumb as there is meat.

      You're better off going for the packages of four or eight chicken breast schnitzel (regular crumb or herb/garlic), which are significantly better.

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    It's probably been asked before. Can the "Telstra Prepaid 4GX Wi-Fi & 3GB Data $29.50" be unlocked?

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      Yes, ebay for < $3. Or people have also had luck getting it done for free by going into a Telstra store and saying they are going overseas and want it unlocked.

      They are tough to find (well for me at least) I visited 3 Coles, and the 4th had one left.

      I also noticed they had the Telstra Pre-Paid sims with 1GB + 5GB bonus for $10. Must be activated by September 4th. If you want to use the wi-fi right away, best to get the 6GB for $10 deal, and save the included 3GB.

  • +1 vote

    Cadbury Scorched Chocolate Jars 380g $5.00

    Yum yum

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    PLEASE bring back Toblerone Black (400g for $9.95). Buying it at the airport duty free store is such a rip-off ($16.45)!

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    Thanks OP.

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    Where would one find the telstra recharges in-store?

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    ANY BARGAINS?

  •  

    So buy two $30 Telstra starter kits and get one free? Or am I looking at it wrong?

    • +1 vote

      $30 gift card isn't the same as cash

      and $30 telstra starter kits are $15 on their own website atm, $11 at mobileciti

      If anything, you're losing $8 and buying a $30 gift card at full price

  •  

    Well I'm still on/the old broadband data pass and I'll be buying Coles gift cards at 7% off plus the 20% Telstra discount. Then use my Google play app and claim back the credits effectively paying 3% lol gonna top up a lot of the $140 for 16gb tier making it $4.20 per 16gb with 2 year expiry!!!

    •  

      A bit confusing:
      - where to buy Coles gift cards at 7% off ?
      - can you buy recharge coupon with gift card?
      - I use iphone. Can I use Google play to "claim back credits"? how?
      - what do you mean by "paying 3% lol"?

      I also have an old broadband data pass $140 for 2 years, 16G, try to see the best way to recharge it.
      previously I just buy woolworths gift card with 5% off.

      Thanks.

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      Did you build the app yourself? Any interest in changing the parameters and selling a customised copy for a small fee? ;)

  •  

    Can someone definitively say how long the Telstra vouchers are valid for? Enquired yesterday, was told 24 months, went to get some today (different store), insisted they were 28 days.

  •  

    Visited a Coles self service checkout yesterday and there was no Telstra $50 mobile broadband recharge option? There was $10, $30 and $130 mobile broadband options plus a $50 recharge but this was for mobile phone. Will try another store plus I also want to know the expiry date?

  • +3 votes

    Hi guys. Noticed they also have an offer where if you spend more than $200 in a transaction and scan your fly buys then you get $20 off your next transaction. So I bought 7x $40 Telstra recharge for $224 and straight away bought 1x $40 Telstra recharge for $12 ($32-$20=$12). That's a total of $320 worth of recharge but only cost $236. Just hope you get someone who doesn't know about the 3 recharge per customer limit :P

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      So what's the expiry date on these?

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      Went to order 5x $50 Telstra Prepaid vouchers and the staff said only 3. Better come back and do the weekly shop to hit the $200 mark with the 3x vouchers at once.

      • +2 votes

        Use the self checkout machines.

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          Thanks I did that today and it worked. Yesterday i went in at 845pm before closing so i didn't want to test it out after the staff said no to 5 vouchers. Wished i did though, so i can smug face her while walking out.

          So purchase today 1/9/17:
          the $50 vouchers expires on 8/8/19
          the $40 vouchers expires on 2/8/19

          Got my $20 Flybys credit for spending over $200 too!

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          @Wantone: was your $50 one for broadband data or mobile? Do you know if you can you use them interchangeable?

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          @danyool: Mine is for Mobile. Sorry i don't know if they are interchangeable. But i would think the broadband has different recharge voucher values.

    •  

      Just came to post this haha

      Bought 4 $40 (me) and 3 $30 (wife - stay at home mum, doesn't use as much data as i do) for $200 exactly after 20% off

      Going back to do the same again tomorrow with a newly activated flybuys account haha

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    Purchased 7 $30 vouchers at self checkout. Expires 01/08/19. 7 vouchers is the limit. Printout had note "Not all recharge amounts include data or 28 day expiry. Please check your offer details."

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      I think that is just a standard comment on the voucher as all mine have that too including ones that I purchased months ago.