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Curash Water Wipes 480pk (6x80) $16.79 + Delivery ($15.11 Subscribe & Save, $14.27 S & S with Prime) @ Amazon AU

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Curash baby wipes, cheapest price in a while
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Don’t forget cashback Cashback doesn't apply to subscribe & save.

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  • +5 votes

    Huggies wipe is $2 per pack of 80 wipes at Woolworths

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    Before S&S price shows $16.79. $14.27 with S&S (15% instead of 10% you mention in title)

  • +2 votes

    Effective 01/03/20, Amazon Australia is making important changes to its program across all cashback partners. Cashback will be eligible only on the following categories, and at the rates advertised on Cashrewards: (Same list for Shopback)

    • Amazon Devices
    • Apparel
    • Beauty
    • Home & Garden
    • Jewellery
    • Luggage
    • Mobile Phones & Accessories
    • Office & Stationery
    • Shoes, Handbags & Accessories
    • Sports & Outdoors
    • Watches

    EFFECTIVE 01/03/20: Any categories not listed in the cashback rates table will be ineligible for cashback. This includes (but not limited to) Electronics, Books, Groceries, Toys, PC, Gaming, Gift Cards, Vouchers, Charity, Non-Profit items, Audible, Mobile Apps, Kindle Unlimited, Subscribe & Save purchases, and Amazon Prime memberships.

    So Subscribe and Save is not eligible for Cash back too

    • +2 votes

      So cashrewards and shopback are basically useless then. I mostly buy movies, games and some books. This cuts out most of my purchases.

      Why the change?

      • +1 vote

        Why? Amazon clearly thinks it has the power now and doesn’t need help from cash back sites to drive sales.

        We should really stop buying from amazon for a while and might change their minds.

        • +4 votes

          Cashback was the only reason I really shopped at Amazon for a lot of things. They usually price match other retailers but the cashback is what tipped them over the edge. If they're not offering that now then there's no point buying from them.

          • +2 votes

            @dreamstation: Same here,in fact I never like buying from companies where their business model is centred around bots price matching (OW excepted because they price beat). I rather buy from the company offering the discounts in the first place.

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            @dreamstation: You are right in some cases but not all
            Yes Amazon price match with other retailers which didn't give you extra benefit except CB
            However, for Prime members, you get free delivery and don't need to worry about stock level for C&C
            There are many times order I spend is even less than the standard delivery fees on most major retailers
            (eg. buying 2 dettol surface cleaner for $4 and get free delivery, coles has a minimum of $30 for delivery, and the delivery fee is like $5-10ish)
            This still drives me to buy on amazon vs other retailers

            My only comment on Amazon is the are over packaging most of their stuff
            eg. Using a giant paper box just to put some toilet papers are so environmental unfriendly

  • +1 vote

    These burn my bits

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    $10 a box of 6 at the reject shop

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    Chemist Warehouse same price

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    Wow, I don't know why anyone wouldn't use S&S now given it comes down to $14.27 each.

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