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$150 Coles Online Grocery eVoucher - $120, $250 eVoucher - $200 @ Coles eBay

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  • $150 Coles online grocery eVoucher
  • $150 eVoucher for only $120 for use on Coles online.
  • eVouchers delivered to your eBay email address within 48 hours.
  • eVouchers must be used in a single transaction on Coles online orders for orders delivered or collected by 30 Nov 2017.
  • Our friendly drivers will deliver your shopping right to your door. You can choose from a range of morning, afternoon or evening delivery windows, any day of the week, to make sure your groceries arrive at a time that suits you.
  • If youd prefer to collect your groceries, simply choose your nearest Click&Collect location when ordering online and you can pick up your groceries for free.
  • Available to new and existing customers

Also $250 Coles online grocery eVoucher for $200 (same discount, larger single spend)

reported official from Coles, PayPal email from Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd, [email protected]


Wednesday 4 Oct update — Offers Expired for now.

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  • +21 votes

    20% off

    FYI Coles online often prices are more expensive

    • +4 votes

      They're about 8-10% more, but some things are the same price.

      I only ever buy specials or half price stuff online.

      • +2 votes

        Thanks for highlighting this as I had no idea. Like you though, I usually buy specials when I shop.

        I also find that the 10-15 minutes max to shop my favourite items saves a lot of time on shopping in the store, and I also have a running balance of what I've spent.

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        dry good specials as you said, are universal pricing. But last time I was forced to make a $50 shop for the mangos I noticed the fruit and vegetable specials are not universal. IE: catalogue special was 4 for $2 gold kiwis, but online I was charged 60c each after their online system adjustment. So what you pay when you complete your order can be price adjusted when you receive your goods.

        I wondered why my Amex took 10 days to clear my Coles online order when other purchases showed up on my Amex within 1-2 days.

        So buyer beware of Coles online.

      • +2 votes

        If they're charging a delivery fee I don't see how they can justify jacking up the prices.

        Do Woolies have the same prices as instore?

      • +1 vote

        Never experienced that sort of price difference. From my experience, haven't seen any items I buy with a price difference instore to online. Do you have any firm examples, I am not trolling, purely interested.

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        I buy the same standard items every week like meat, veg etc and from what I can see the prices are the same as in my local store

        e.g Chicken Thighs prepacked are 13p/kg and 10p/kg from the deli - Both online and in-store

        • +1 vote

          Prices are the same for some things, but for a lot of things they are not.

          The extra charge is to pay for someone physically picking and packing your order.

          https://goo.gl/mKSGA2

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      Sure, but every now and then you get "bonuses"

      • +3 votes

        Yes, bonus BO from the sweaty delivery driver.

        I only ever got bonuses the first few times I ordered from them years ago, do they still give them out because I haven't had any in a few years?

        • +3 votes

          Oh, I didn't just mean the legatimate sample bonuses, but rather extras added by mistake

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          @cryptos: and sometimes you get minuses like the laundry basket they forgot to add in for my first order.

    • +1 vote

      That's why I'm not buying this, though I accept OP means well by posting.

  • +18 votes

    eVouchers must be used in a single transaction on Coles online orders for orders delivered or collected by 30 Nov 2017.

    I find it quite difficult to spend $150 on groceries in one transaction, otherwise it would've been a good deal.

    • +2 votes

      Me too, I was interested till I saw it had to be spent in one transaction. I barely manage to spend half that but then again I shop at aldi too.

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      If Telstra prepaid recharges are still 20% off then couldn’t you buy $150 worth of them and save 40% on your prepaid phone service? If only you could tra recharges online through Coles ☹️

    • +5 votes

      Get married/partnered and have a few kids. Problem solved!

      • +2 votes

        True, I can barely make my spend UNDER $150 every time I go to Coles these days.

  •  

    looks like they are still changing things, they changed the quantity, "More than 10 available / 2 sold" when I posted this.

    • +1 vote

      They actually have 2500 available right now despite the 'limited quantity available' text.

  •  

    there is also this now
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/172872437503
    $250 Coles online grocery eVoucher for $200

  •  

    Still no option on checkout to use gift cards or evouchers. Hmmm, not convinced yet. A good deal if legit, but Really only matching what Woolworths offers anyways.

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      After Credit card info page, I got lost too, just placed my order on Coles online.

  • +1 vote

    to spend this evoucher all on one shop means that OOS items will not be reimbursed and you'll lose the discount value of the eVoucher. lots of stores and customer care put OOS items as the lowest priority and they wont give u a credit, redelivery or option to get the item later, even if u opt to pay for it

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      I'm not sure why you got down voted for this. It is my experience as well.

    • +2 votes

      This is very disappointing.

      Def not my experience with Woolies online — they've never failed to credit me for OOS items when paying with PayPal, CC or gift card, and fairly sure evouchers too which I've used quite a few times.

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    anyone who has purchased, what is the PayPal email?

  • -3 votes

    You cannot use gift card for online order, quantity limit is 4 compare Woolies is 6, just no no.

    • +1 vote

      what does this have to do with gift card? this is evoucher no?

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        Sorry I was more talking about Coles online and Woolies Online generally.

  • +3 votes

    Just spoke to Coles online and this offer has only started today @10am. So all legit.

    Not sure on the logistics of using them (eg where to quote on the checkout payment), but presume this will be clear on the voucher.
    EDIT: "6. To redeem, enter eVoucher code sent via email at the online checkout using the Add a Promo Code button. Standard Coles Online minimum order values apply. "

  • +1 vote

    bought 2, here's what i got from their paypal:

    " Seller
    Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd
    [email protected] "

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    The value of the eVoucher cannot be used on tobacco/smoking products, Gift Cards, eGift Cards, delivery fees, mobile recharge.

    •  

      its BS that they don't allow the delivery fees

      • +1 vote

        Click and collect

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          That's good, unless you don't have a car.

      • +1 vote

        Isn't delivery free for shops over $150 anyway?

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          only if you select the 8 hour window so either 6am to 2pm, or 2pm till 10pm, I tried it once and they showed up at 5:45.

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          @Trantor: I hope they delivered some free cornflakes with that.

        • +1 vote

          @Ruckmauler: you would think, or at least a hot drink!

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      Well there you go then, that makes it a lot harder to game this deal. Alcohol isn’t excluded though, do Coles deliver that anywhere?

  • +3 votes

    You might be able to use the e-voucher in store too. Could someone tell us how do they look like?

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      Scan the voucher after scanning all your purchase?

      • +2 votes

        I guess! I have used eGiftcards before but I am not sure if this is the same thing unless we see how do they look like. If they look the same then this the deal of the year!

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          did anyone find out the answer to this?

    • +1 vote

      Can someone please try?

    • +2 votes

      From past experience from Groupon&EBAY Woolies voucher sales, it will come with a specific code, which ur not able to use in-store.

  •  

    What happens if things that you order are out of stock?

    •  

      I would also like to know the answer to this question.
      I assume they would issue a new eVoucher for that.

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        One would think so, but really depends as in the case of Woolworths.

        Woolworths have done this a few times and depends on when you enter the code, the result could show up as discount or coupon. The latter means you get an equivalent coupon. Otherwise, you just get your money back.

        First time, Coles have done this so I hope someone will test this out if they are regulars at coles and 1 or 2 items are OOS

        • +2 votes

          You would think they'd just add a credit to your account for your next order, or their'll be a lot of people contacting ACCC

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          Otherwise, you just get your money back.

          They won't give you money back, not in their interest to do so, will just issue a credit to use.

        • +1 vote

          For woolies, they don't give you money back, they email you another voucher-code with the credit.
          The bad thing is you must spend minimum $30 I think again to use the code…

          Not sure about coles

        • +1 vote

          @lufee:
          Woolies tried that with me a month ago. I complained & they sent me a new voucher without the $30 minimum spend.

        • +1 vote

          @lufee: after I received the voucher code, I called their online team to cancel voucher code, send me an egift card, usually they will send it after two days

    •  

      I assume a credit would be applied.

      Doesn't directly address your question:

      "12. Any refunds for items purchased using eVouchers will be issued as credit for use at a later time."

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        But but …
        8. At the end of the Promotional Period, any unused credit attached to a eVoucher will be forfeited and will not be able to be used for a further transaction.

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          Well, you could select the substitution option for out of stock items or use the credit before the expiry I guess.

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      You have the option of substitution.
      I usually do this as I buy a lot of Coles branded food. They substitute at the same price usually for a more expensive item.
      The risk is they may give you a "similar" item which isn't quite what you want.

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    Where do you enter this coupon code? Has anyone tried it yet?

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      It tells you in the terms:

      "6. To redeem, enter eVoucher code sent via email at the online checkout using the Add a Promo Code button."

  • -1 vote

    Warning: Coles support team on Facebook are saying that this is a scam:

    messenger conversation with Coles

    Maybe the vouchers work, but as far as the Social Media support team are concerned, they're not from Coles Supermarkets. Given that the seller is presenting themselves as Coles Supermarkets, this is cause for concern.

    • +1 vote

      Someone said they spoke to Coles and it was legit: https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/330756#comment-5094977

      •  

        I think quite often it is assumed something like this is a scam until they actually find out the full detail. I'd imagine there are a lot of things popping up like this from time to time that are actually scams. So the person on chat just assumes it is one of those.

        • +1 vote

          That's what I think as well, Coles is a huge organisation and they probably just didn't know about this.

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      PayPal seller email is [email protected]

    • +8 votes

      I wouldn't trust the conversation with a random social media rep or staff, noone ever has any idea what is going on, even ozbargainers are more informed a lot of the time.

    • +2 votes

      The email address used for paypal is in the our email address book at work

      P.S I have no other details and neither do I know anything about this ebay deal

  • +1 vote

    The $120 vouchers are selling like hot cakes.

  • -1 vote

    doe it cover alcahol?

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      Yes, only exclusions are:

      "9. The value of the eVoucher cannot be used on tobacco/smoking products, Gift Cards, eGift Cards, delivery fees, mobile recharge."

    • +5 votes

      you have had enough

  • +1 vote

    Gift cards?

    • +1 vote

      No, they never sell gift cards on Coles Online.

  •  

    Only thing I don't get is, if it started today how the hell is there a $2 sale yesterday for the $150 voucher?

    And then what looks like the same person bought two the next day for $120 each: https://goo.gl/ocUvXZ

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      Most likely test transactions

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      probably a test listing and purchase.

      different user bought the 2 today.

    •  

      Different person
      l***1 (11 stars)
      r***1 (10 stars)

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      You really don't need to test, sounds more like they screwed up and repeatedly edited the ad: https://goo.gl/CBXBpH

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    looks like a scam, no feedback

    •  

      Everyone has to start somewhere and having feedback doesn't mean it's legit either.

      The oldest scam on eBay is to sell a few hundred $1 items and then once your feedback is up start scamming people.

      This is Coles' first foray onto eBay so how else are they supposed to get feedback ratings?

  • +5 votes
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      Awesome, thanks! "Chipeeeee"… but I don't think there's a 'c' in Gobbledok :(

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        shakes fist damn you for pointing that out…now I feel like I need to start a new account!

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          Ha, sorry :| You'd better get in before someone else takes it!

  •  

    No scam. 100% legit on Coles website. Paypal will help if problems.
    Great post. Bought X2.Ta.

    •  

      I can't find it on the Coles website. Where did you see this?

  • +2 votes

    Since this is an digital product which is not covered for seller protection, what is to stop someone from buying it, spending it, and doing an INR claim on PayPal? PayPal probably won't care that they can show that the voucher has been redeemed.

    And on another topic, an idea for anyone wanting to buy anything at JB Hi Fi and who owns a cat or two. Wait until the Whiskas boxes that are the buy two get a $10 JB Hi Fi voucher are $5 or less on special, and buy them at Coles using the voucher - $200 for $250 worth of JB Hi Fi products plus $250 worth of cat food.

  • -1 vote

    The problem is Coles Online has less allowed quantity compared with WWS. For example, the chocolate bar,you are only allowed to buy 12, WWS is limited to 36. That will make hard to meet $150 mark

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      For larger quantities you phone up customer care three or four days ahead of delivery so they can ensure they have enough to deliver.

      • -1 vote

        You are not able to buy larger quantities as there is limit.

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          There are limits of 6 on some items & 12 on other items ordering online. Essentially it depends on the item but you can order more as long as you aren't a reseller.

          However quoting their terms for my local store, "Ordering lots of one item?

          Want to stock up? Orders for 10 or more of any one item require 3-4 days’ notice, so we can make sure we’ve got enough for your order. If you’re in the NT or Cairns area, please give us seven days’ notice. Coles Online may limit sales to reasonable retail quantities (to ensure fairness and supply to all customers, and will not supply wholesale quantities)."

          Even though this is under business ordering the do this for non-business customers too.
          Ordering lots of items

  •  

    tried to use my $20 facebook voucher, but not applied.

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      PINCH5 doesn't work either. I presume you can't use vouchers with it.

  • +6 votes

    LEGITIMATE DEAL

    Refer to https://ibb.co/bKhsw5

  • +2 votes

    got a reply to my eBay message as well;

    Dear Thydzik,
    Thank you for your email.
    Yes this is a legitimate Coles Online promotion.
    You can purchase this voucher and use it on a Coles Online purchase before November 30th 2017. Please refer to the eVoucher email for further terms and conditions that may apply.
    If you require any further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact us on 1800 455 400.
    Yours sincerely,
    Amanda
    Customer Care - Coles Online
    [email protected]
    Telephone 1800 455 400| Facsimile 61 3 9829 5136