expired Woolworths Rewards Earn 2 Points Per $1 @ Big W

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BIG W Easter Double Points Offer

  • Earn 2 Woolworths Rewards point for every $1 you spend in store and online at BIG W.
  • Excludes gift cards (including iTunes), travel cards and tickets, mobile recharge, BIG W Optical, BIG W Photos, BIG W Ebay, and existing and new lay-bys.
  • Offer available from 14/03/18 until 3/04/18 (inclusive) and can be earned multiple times throughout this period.
  • You must scan your plastic Woolworths Rewards card at the in-store checkout or add your card number online to receive your Woolworths Rewards points.
  • Please note that the Woolworths Rewards digital wallet is currently not supported.
  • 2 Woolworths Rewards points equals 1 standard Woolworths Rewards Point and 1 additional Woolworths Rewards point.
  • Your Woolworths Rewards points will be automatically loaded onto your Woolworths Rewards card which may take up to 14 business days.
  • Please note that Woolworths Rewards points cannot be redeemed at BIG W.
  • Offer not available in Tasmania.

Woolworths Rewards Now Earn 1 Point Per $1 @ Big W Instore and Online thanks to easternculture

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  • +5 votes

    So you have to spend $1000 to get $10 off you next shop?

    • +11 votes

      Nothing wrong with your maths :)
      But you’d normally have to spend $2000 to get $10 off, so you’ve actually saved $1000, lol.

    • +5 votes

      I am a pro at points! The piddly 1 point per $1 or even 2 per $1 is crap. Don't try and earn points that way; you just scan your card anyway when doing your normal shopping. It's the BONUS points that bring you the money. You need to make a couple of Woolies and Flybuys accounts and scan between the multiples on your day-to-day shops. You then get emails sent out with all sorts of bonus offers. Most of them are specifically targeted to you so not everyone will get it.
      For example, lately I have been getting 800 bonus points per pack of Little Ones nappies. I can buy max 5x packets of nappies and get 800 x 5 points. So, since I'll be needing nappies for the foreseeable future and they're non-perishable, I stock up this week and i won't need to buy them again for 2 months. Because I did it this way, I get 4000 points, $20 off my shop.
      Boo hook, $20 you say. But I'm getting points like this on a near-weekly basis. Buy 2 months of nappies now, get $20 off. Buy 3 jars of pasta sauce now, get $10 off. It all adds up ESPECIALLY with multiple accounts.
      Then you get emails like "spend $50 for 4 weeks, get 6000 points!" so I spend $50 on nappies one week. Get 4000 bonus from my 800 x 5, the next few weeks I spend $50 like normal on a normal shop. Now I've gotten 10,000 points in less than a month. Plus more if I'm taking advantage of other bonus offers. Like 250 points for a box of Barilla pasta, which I would prob buy anyway. So let's say I'm at 12,000 points for the month by simply stocking up on non-perishables and my normal shops. That's $60 earned in ONE month.
      I have 5 or 6 accounts and most of them say on logging in a number like "you have saved a total of $90 on shopping with Woolworths Rewards!"
      Multiple accounts, so that's like $500 saved at Woolies by not really doing much at all except stocking up when required and normal day-to-day shops.
      So yes, your 1 point per $1 is shit. Pay attention to the BONUS points. That's where your savings are! Of course you are only supposed to have one account so take that as you will :)

      Edit: Also, flybuys have lots of partners to earn points with so link your accounts. EBay is a great points booster of you buy a lot of stuff off there, or even making big purchases on eBay from time to time will boost your points up too.

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        Ditto, have 8 accounts earned about $960 over the last few years, best one is a simple extra 1,000 to pick up an order of $30 or more or when they automatically round you up tp 2,000 points.

        I have to have a spreadsheet to keep me sane…:)

        Also, use https://www.frugl.com.au to build a shopping list.
        Compares both supermarkets and shows you the cheapest one.
        Been doing this for quite a while now.
        Every shop, I just do 2 shops buying the cheapest at each place.

  • +2 votes

    Good if you happen to be buying a tv or something.

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    You must scan your plastic Woolworths Rewards card at the in-store checkout

    Is it common for Big W to refuse to key in rewards cards? I have had no issues at Woolworths and Petrol outlets, but at Big W, they always seem to refuse to scan/key in the barcode off a phone.

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      It depends on the type of scanner. Most Woolies now at updated self-cehckout stores have scanners that can read a phone, but some cashier-ones are older and can't read a phone screen. I'm guessing your Big W is using the older style scanners :)

      • +1 vote

        It's older style scanners, but the staff refuse to type it in as well saying it is against policy.

        While working within Woolworths, I only remembered that staff weren't supposed to key in staff discount cards.

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          Oh. That's odd. I don't normally shop at Big W much but at Woolies they are always happy to type it in off my phone screen. I use the Stocard app. Of course, Big W and Woolies are different but idk why it would be against store policy? They must be afraid of a scam or something?

      • +1 vote

        If you have a Samsung phone then you can use laser scanners as they have technology that allows it
        https://www.edn.com/electronics-products/electronic-product-...

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      Depends on when you tried it at Big W? They only started accepting the rewards cards again at the start of the year. Before that, it was only on a promotional basis.

  • +2 votes

    Pretty poor return considering the company will monetise the information you provide them.

  • +2 votes

    Feel sorry for tassie

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    GREAT! I only need to spend $1000 to save $10. Thanks Big W for being generous

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