Spend $10, Get $10 Back on One Night in Mexico Range of Foods (Excludes Meal Kits) @ Woolworths

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Saw this at Woolworths. Spend upto $10 (or more if you want) and they'll send you back upto $10 (via bank or PayPal).

Bought 2 sauces ($4 each), and 2 packets of seasoning ($1.25 each), total $10.50. Will get back $10 once I submit my invoice online when I get home. Cost to me = $0.50.

Not sure if selling at places other than Woolworths.

If you have a friend, they can do it too (one claim per mobile number and invoice).

Enjoy.


Terms and Conditions

Promotional period: purchases made between 12:00AM AEST on 01/07/2019 until 11.59pm AEST on 31/08/2019.

Claim Period: Claims to be made before 11.59pm AEST on 14/09/2019

How to Claim

a) During the Purchase Period, purchase any One Night In Mexico product(s) (excluding meal kits) in a single transaction from any Woolworths supermarket in Australia (any Woolworths supermarket which displays information and advertising about this Promotion during the Purchase Period) (Qualifying Purchase);

b) Retain your original purchase receipt; then

c) Visit www.onenightinmexico.com.au/trymefree and follow the prompts to access the online claim form for this Promotion, input the requested details (including, but not limited to, your first name, last name, email address, mobile phone number, their PayPal or bank details and full purchase receipt number), upload a scanned copy or photo of your purchase receipt (you can take a photo on your smart phone) and submit the fully completed claim form so that it is received during the Claim Period (Eligible Claim).

Receipts:
Purchase receipts must clearly specify the store of purchase, that a One Night In Mexico product was purchased and that the purchase was made during the Purchase Period but prior to entering.

Limit on claims: One (1) claim permitted per email address and per mobile phone number.

Every Eligible Claimant who makes an Eligible Claim will be rewarded cash back of their Qualifying Purchase up to the value of $10 (Reward). Cash back reward will be awarded in the form of a bank transfer or PayPal transaction depending on the details provided upon submitting their Eligible Claim. Rewards are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash.

Claimants will be notified of their successful claim in writing via email or text message within 48 hours of submitting their Eligible Claim.

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Comments

  • +7 votes

    Yet another promotion requires too much effort and requests too much details for the $10.

  • +8 votes

    I'll give it a go. Remembering this time to write my unique email address and unique mobile number on the back of the receipt just in case they want the receipt to be sent again.

  • +45 votes

    Ben & Jerry PTSD Flashbacks intensifies

    • +7 votes

      I still waiting for BJs voucher, never again.

      • +21 votes

        BJ voucher

        :o

      • +1 vote

        =O

        I hope you are actually chasing them up/emails, as I had quite several issues with them with invoice upload failing to get to them, and them failing to inspect the details on the invoice (I literally had to mspaint annotate my invoice for them). Process time was pretty reasonable once I've started chasing them by emails, but when I didn't, everything was just left hanging.

    • +1 vote

      If I didn't come here to read people's comments I would have just waited it out and eventually got my voucher and not bothered them with contacting them which may have wasted more of their time reading everyone's worried emails.

      IMO, this one will be better because it's a bank transfer or paypal which means you won't have left over cents in the card if you don't spend the exact amount.

  • +1 vote

    Remember this: It's weird (O_o)

    During the Purchase Period, purchase any One Night In Mexico product(s) (excluding meal kits) in a single transaction from any Woolworths supermarket in Australia (any Woolworths supermarket which displays information and advertising about this Promotion during the Purchase Period) (Qualifying Purchase)

    • +5 votes

      Yes. Fail a single thing, they get to keep your money.

    • +1 vote

      I have already purchased some spices and their jalapeno sauce (total amount of $10.25)
      then I fill up the info they wanted and they email me a "Claim number"

      something to mention here: You only can add up to 4 products in the section which is asking about what product you have purchased.

      In their email they mentioned: validation of claims may take up to 3 working days.

      So let's see if my purchased us valid or not =D

      Anyway, I love to try different types of spices!

    • +3 votes

      Your One Night in Mexico Claim has been approved. =D

  • +9 votes

    If you have a friend, they can do it too (one claim per mobile number and invoice).

    My cat has a mobile number 😂

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    now just waiting for a paris equivalent…

  • +4 votes

    Not even worth the hassle after that Ben and Jerrys crap

  • +3 votes

    Why not just give up to $10 worth away on scanning the loyalty card? All the "personal" details is there.

  • +5 votes

    Great way to use unwanted VF sims

  • +20 votes

    Their jalapeno sauce is amazing. Use it on everything.

    • +16 votes

      Finally, a comment on the actual quality/flavour of their products - thank you!

      • +2 votes

        It's not actually spicy so just add some chilli sauce if you want spice. But the sauce is super creamy would recommend. One of the only things I buy at the supermarket even if it's not on special.

    • +11 votes

      Have you tried it on Ben and Jerry's icecream? :)

  • +1 vote

    Great post OP - thanks heaps!

  • +2 votes

    I says 'Up to $10' so technically could just return even $1.

    Anyone have more details on this?

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    Which isle would this be at Wollies?

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    I love the One Night In Mexico products. I buy the meal kits when they’re on special. The sauces are very nice!
    Can’t be bothered with this promo though.

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    Ben and Jerry 2.0

  • +2 votes

    Bought this, got home and realised I didn't keep the receipt :( OzB level 0

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    So OP, you indicate you will get $10 but wouldn't it be $2.50 given you only spent $2.50 on qualifying items?

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, going to try their tortillas

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    Better not be run by the promo company that run the ben and jerry promo.

    • +4 votes

      The companies who run these are often the same ones. They specialise in complicating redemptions and getting people excited in store until they give up when they get home

      • +1 vote

        They specialise in complicating redemptions and getting people excited in store until they give up when they get home

        Bizarrely, I have found this to be absolutely true time and again, for decades.

        While the companies that these promos are 'out-sourced' to are no doubt absolutely aware of the flow-on affects of badly run promos, the actual product companies that contract their services seem not to be. I can imagine how easy it is for these promo companies to reassure the original contracting company that there is 'always a few disgruntled ingrates' (etc.) with reference to customers/online complaints; and gloss over their own misgivings (or 'epic fails', as the case may be) as a promo company; particularly if that product company remains afloat/profitable.

        Actual/real/product companies should make no mistake:

        A badly run promo does way more damage to your brand than the potential good that can be achieved by a well-run promo.

        Like most Aussies, given the amount of competing companies out there, if any given company does not do the right thing/inconveniences me in a major way/etc., I tend not to 'rerevisit' that company. Ever. Why would I? I am guessing this sort of information is common knowledge in the field of 'marketing', but is not divulged to product companies by the 'promo' companies they outsource their promos to.

        The 'take-home-message' is that a company should only launch a promo if they have assured themselves that it is going to work properly (i.e., their internet servers can handle it, they have enough stock, etc.).

  • +2 votes

    [12] Costs: You are responsible for all costs associated with your Eligible Claim including but not limited to internet access.

    Dang! Can’t even claim my internet plan as part of the entry process. Even the ATO is more generous… ;-)

  • +2 votes

    Are these as good as One Night In Paris?

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    gotta be going for half price sometime before the end of September

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    I'm a bit worried by this… (any Woolworths supermarket which displays information and advertising about this Promotion during the Purchase Period) . The products are in my local Woolies but there's no promotional material…

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    … but there's no promotional material…

    It's pretty clear then sweet-cheeks. No soup for you!

  • +4 votes

    It is worth pointing out that the address you enter is actually quite important, and only one claim can be made per household.

    • -1 vote

      I looked through the terms and conditions and couldn’t see that. It does say one per email and mobile. Where did you see it please?

      • +4 votes

        I saw it in the form of an error message. With every detail different on the claims I submitted except for the address, I received an error message stating i'd made my maximum amount of claims.

  • +1 vote

    Great post, thanks OP. Will try

  • +2 votes

    Seems the same as the goat beer promo - got 2x6 packs a day for $3.50 for a few weeks on that deal!

  • +5 votes

    Bought 4 products (totalling $10.50) at 12:30pm, claim submitted at 2:20pm, claim approved at 2:40pm. Happy days! Now to wait up to 7 days for the $10 to appear in my account.

  • +4 votes

    Was extremely easy process, my claim was approved very fast :)

  • +1 vote

    I got an approval email this morning after submitting my claim last night about 6pm

  • +1 vote

    Very professional promotion. $10 back for a $10.50 outlay. Very quick approval. No mention in store (Buranda in Brisbane). Now, just "show me the money".

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    How to find receipt number?

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    Does anyone know if this works with click and collect?

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