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4,000 Bonus Woolworths Rewards Points with $50 Spend @ Woolworths

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Offer available from 00:01 AEDT on 16/12/2019 to 23:59 AEDT 22/12/2019 at any Woolworths supermarket, Woolworths Metro and Woolworths online. This offer is not available in Tasmania or at Caltex and Woolworths Metro co-branded stores. This offer is personal to you and will be available only on your Woolworths Rewards card. Registered Woolworths Rewards members must activate their offer to participate in the promotion. To ensure your offer has been added to your Woolworths Rewards card, you must activate your offer at least 2 hours before shopping. Activation closes 23:59 AEDT Sunday 22/12/2019. Spend at least $50 in one transaction for 4000 bonus points. To redeem your offer online at woolworths.com.au you will need to ensure your registered Woolworths Rewards card number is linked to your online account at checkout. See woolworths.com.au for full terms and conditions and delivery areas. For all Woolworths online transactions, orders need to be delivered or picked up by 23:59 AEDT on Sunday 22/12/2019 to qualify for 4000 bonus points. This offer is only redeemable once during the promotional period. Qualifying amount excludes withdrawal of cash, delivery charges and Delivery Saver items, internet cafes, purchases of smoking/tobacco products and accessories, liquor purchased in-store at Woolworths or at woolworths.com.au , Gift Cards (including iTunes), mobile recharge, Woolworths Mobile, travel cards and tickets, Carpet Care, Donations, lottery products and Pre-order Kiosks.


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  • +6 votes

    Received offer of 6,000 pts with $100 spend. Just in time as last week I completed the Coles 4 x $80 for 10,000 pts offer.

    • +1 vote

      Same; 6000 for $100 spend. Handy a week out from Christmas.

    • +2 votes

      I received that offer too. Will have to scour the catalogue and stock up on the half price stuff that I use and last a long time.

      I recently had a Liquorland offer - spend $40 per week for 3 weeks in a row and get a $50 gift card. I accepted the challenge and now await my gift card.

    • +1 vote

      Same here with 6000 for 100 spend. Haven’t shopped at woolies much lately since Coles has had their 4 week shopping bonus (15000 for 130 spend for 4 weeks), but now that that’s over time to head to woolies.

  • +4 votes

    I got 4000 with 150 spend

  • +3 votes

    Must be targeted

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    What's 4000 points worth?

  • +7 votes

    That's a pretty good points to spend ratio. All mine have been crap as of late. I really should stop scanning my card each time I buy stuff for breakfast in the morning.

    • +3 votes

      they seem to reward those who rarely shop at woolies/coles.. it's a good idea to have a few rewards cards

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        To add to this the offers will progressively get worse each time you activate them.
        If you ignore the offers (no activation) they will start to improve even if you are still purchasing from Woolies.

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          looks like no point getting those 'additional' cards thru one account then

        • +1 vote

          So true.. Coles has been nudging me to spend $70 per week for 4 weeks to nab 10,000 points.. i want it to go back to $50 so i refuse to participate. They have folded in the past and they will fold again. In the mean time I shop at Aldi and take up the odd offer at Woolies.

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        yep i constantly get these offers (got this one too) and always activate them but rarely actually shop enough to get there. I'll make sure this one gets done though and just hold off on those small purchases until later in the week and get it all together

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          Yes one of these is 30% off and the other 40%. They do not get any better. Plus 18% off GC from ebay UK.

  • +2 votes

    OP, do these types of offers come via email ? Or is it through an app ?

    I get them from Coles in the Flybuys app, but never seem to get them from Woolies.

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      I got mine via email.

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        I like Flybuys activation thru app, less bloat in my email

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          Like it until it doesn't work. That 10,000 points several weeks ago with Coles… Flybuys just told me after delaying for weeks that there's no sign on their system I activated it - which is rubbish. I clicked it once, and clicked it again later that day because I usually delete them from my inbox afterwards, but it was still there - so I clicked it again. Of course the second time it said I'd already activated it. Dirty liars will do anything to get out of fixing their buggy system - and I bought heaps of stuff in advance to qualify but now lose the 10,000 points which is why I bought it all! I'm so angry.

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            @GregMonarch:

            bought heaps of stuff in advance to qualify but now lose the 10,000 points which is why I bought it all! I'm so angry.

            every shoppers nightmare.

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            @GregMonarch: Same happened to me. My flybuys app shows the deal wasn't activated, but the email I clicked on shows its was. And I've been stocking up on purchases to get over $50 each week. Not good.

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              @skysurfer: It usually shows on ur docket if u have qualified for your week 1 of spending. Every week when you shop it will show on your shopping receipt. I don't understand how u would shop every week and not notice if u have qualified for the bonus

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                @qweenDalilahHur: Simple:

                1. How would you 'notice' whether you had, or had not qualified, if you didn't know it says so on the docket. You just assume a nationwide business got their act together to make sure things work, before they roll it out across an entire continent. But no - on Farcebook there are dozens of people who have been cheated out of Flybuys points. So many people in fact, that Flybuys has such a backlog of app and browser-click mistakes to address, that it's taking them 2-3 weeks to reply to each message.

                2. You sure would think it's common sense to assume it says something on the docket, right? But guess what: when I queried WW staff in week 1 about points NOT showing on the docket - they told me POINTS WON'T SHOW UP FOR A DAY OR TWO - and to contact Flybuys if they don't. Why would anyone assume things were any different to what they've been told? And of course, the bonus points required FOUR WEEKS to earn - so staff are saying, "You won't see this weeks points yet…" and four weeks hasn't completed yet for the bigger bonus. So you assume things are - what they told you they are.

                3. You click an email, and it says 'activated'. Later that day you click it again just in case, when it now says: 'you have already activated.' It's not beyond the realm of possibility for that person to assume… that it… activated. Unless there's a magic number of clicking over and over until you see 'deal already activated' 47 times, until it actually is.

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                  @GregMonarch: The docket will not show the points straight away. It will only show statement like: “congratulation, you have qualified for week 1”. If you dont see this, most likely it has not been activated yet. It might be flybuys errors. Better to check with Flybuys to confirm that the offer has been activated before continue on week 2.

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            @GregMonarch: Ain't capitalism grand. 😋

          • +2 votes

            @GregMonarch: I've gotten into the habit of screenshotting immediately after activating after being f**ked over the same way.

  • +2 votes

    nice, I got 4000 pts on $50 spend

    best % off in a long time,
    plus got it on multiple cards too! must be a first time

  • +7 votes

    As usual, received jack s**t.

    • +5 votes

      hey I got the same offer as you :(

      • +1 vote

        During their Google Mini offer couple of years ago - I weekly signed up for multiple cards (around 7) with same name/address etc entering the same gmail address with slight difference using the 'dot' technique.

        username@gmail.com
        user.name@gmail.com
        use.r.name@gmail.com

        etc etc. All points to the same inbox in gmail but Woolworths treats as different emails.

        Added all the cards to the Woolworths Money app and stocard.

        Just few mins of effort to make sure that at least one of the cards receive the offer we are looking for.

  • +2 votes

    Yes I got targeted for this!!
    $20 off a $50 shop? That's 40% off.
    I haven't seen an offer that good in a long time, maybe ever.

    • +5 votes

      Actually, since you have to spend an additional $20 next time, it is 28-29% off in total ($20 off $70 overall), but still a reasonable discount - congratulations!

      • -9 votes

        What are you talking about? There is no minimum spend requirement for the next shop. The offer is spend $50 get 4000 points = $20. You can spend $20 on your next shop and get $20.

        So yes it is 40% off.

        • +4 votes

          Just think it through carefully - you have to spend $50 initially to qualify for the 4000 points, THEN you get $20 worth of groceries (redeeming the 4000 points) off the next transaction.
          Overall: spend a total of $50 after purchasing $70 worth of Woolworths groceries (28.6%).

          It's a clever Woolworths promo because it seems like a bigger saving than it really is (although still good).

          • -1 vote

            @forrester: Not if I convert the 4000 points into Qantas points and sell them for $20. Then it is literally spend $30 get $50 worth in value.

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              @highdealer: Might be time to give up. Pretty desperate scenario, and not to mention you'll also have to spend more at Woolworths to gain 2000 rewards points to meet the minimum Qantas points transfer of 5000 points to someone else's account (and risk Qantas banning your account).

        • +2 votes

          Minimum is $20 to get $20 off.
          Literally it’s spend $70 to get $20 off

        • +1 vote

          I wouldn't want you doing any 'high deals' for me.

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        I actually get that yeah, but it's $20 I'm needing to spend anyway. Even just if it's on Opal top up credit.

        It's not like Harvey Norman spend $500 and get 10% back in gift cards is $450 because I don't need to shop at HN.

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    I got the email but it's $150 for me

  • +8 votes

    I didn’t get it, so I’m going to shop at Coles in protest.

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    I got it too. My problem is: on my second card I'm in week 3 of a promotion, first week was 1000 for $30, then 2000 for $40, now 3000 points for $50.
    To maximise points I'd have to spend $50 twice. I didn't see any great specials. What to buy?

    • +2 votes

      You can use this offer on Wednesday or later when there will be a new catalogue.

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      Family received 3 of those offers - at same time. Am stocking up on $50 ($15 of bonus points) of packaged goods & drinks.

      Some are on special until Tuesday night - so will spend $50 then & $50 next weekend. Trouble is finding enough stock left to make up $50 order.

      Just received this 4000pt offer on $50, so stuff those measely 3000pt offers!

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        Good plan. I have $50 ($20 of bonus points) and $100 ($30 of bonus points). I will do both, cannot resist, over 2 catalogues, and stock up on non perishables.

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      What to buy?

      Easy…

  • +1 vote

    Received this 4000pt offer on $50👍

    Also got a top up to 2000pts on min 5c spend on same card. Now have $30 credit to use towards $50 spend😊

    So many presents from Woolies - it must be Christmas🎄

  • -1 vote

    4000 WWS points could be worth $50 if you convert them to Qantas Frequent Flyer points for saving up for a rewards flight.

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    I got 3500 points for spending $50 each week for 2 weeks.

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    4000 for $50 spend for me too, starting tomorrow.

    Too bad I couldn't use it today, just did a $280+ Xmas shop that with my banked points and discounts on top, cost us all of $37.

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    no email, boo!

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    I too got the $150 offer. I believe it's targeted towards what you usually spend. I usually spend around $130 so got the $150 offer. Not really worth it in my case. I'd be spending $20 more to get $20 worth.

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    Thanks. Got it too. Just activated.

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    $50 / 4000 points here too

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    Didn't get it this time. Come on, Woolies!

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    6,000 points for $100 spend here. I spend $30 a week max at WW for my single self. $100 is a big stretch, especially when it doesn’t include mobile recharge or gift cards, etc

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    I received this offer too.
    I hardly shop at woolies lately, and I only shop when they give me good incentives.
    This offer will come in very handy to purchase some goodies for Christmas that I can't get at ALDI.

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