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Coles ½ Price: Smith's Crinkle Cut Potato Chips $1.75, Dairy Farmers Thick & Creamy Yoghurt 150g $1 + More

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Coles half price specials, valid from Wed 18 March to Tue 24 March. Taken from the VIC metro catalogue.

Bread & Bakery Was Now Save Discount
Golden Crumpet Rounds 6 Pack $3.70 $1.85 each $1.85 50%
Balconi Cake Mix Max 350g $5.50 $2.75 each $2.75 50%
Meat, Seafood & Deli Was Now Save Discount
Latina Filled Pasta 625g $8.00 $4.00 each $4.00 50%
Dairy, Eggs & Meals Was Now Save Discount
Dairy Farmers Thick & Creamy Yoghurt 150g $2.20 $1.00 each $1.20 55%
Pantry Was Now Save Discount
Smith's Crinkle Cut Potato Chips 150g-170g $3.50 $1.75 each $1.75 50%
Old El Paso Soft Taco Kit 405g $6.50 $3.25 each $3.25 50%
Pringles Potato Chips 53g $1.90 $0.95 each $0.95 50%
Arnott’s Cracker Chip Crackers 150g $4.50 $2.25 each $2.25 50%
Abe’s Bagel Crisps 150g $3.20 $1.60 each $1.60 50%
Smith’s Poppables 90g $3.50 $1.75 each $1.75 50%
Raw C Organic Coconut Oil 700mL $10.00 $5.00 each $5.00 50%
Be Natural Cashew, Almond Hazelnut & Coconut 415g $5.50 $2.75 each $2.75 50%
John West Tuna Tempters 90g-95g $2.30 $1.15 each $1.15 50%
Vege Deli Crisps Original 100g $5.50 $2.75 each $2.75 50%
Frozen Was Now Save Discount
Hershey’s or Reese’s Tub 473mL, Sticks or Cones 4 Pack $8.50 $4.25 each $4.25 50%
Bulla Multipack 8 Pack-14 Pack $7.00 $3.50 each $3.50 50%
Peters Maxibon 4 Pack 620mL $8.40 $4.20 each $4.20 50%
Steggles Chicken Breast Tenders 400g $7.95 $3.97 each $3.98 50%
Patties Party Meat Pies 12 Pack 560g $8.50 $4.25 each $4.25 50%
Golden Wok Diana Chan’s Dumplings 230g $7.50 $3.75 each $3.75 50%
Hong Kong Dim Sim Kitchen Pork & Chive Dumplings 200g $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
Drinks (some drinks more expensive in NSW) Was Now Save Discount
Gatorade Sports Drink 600mL $3.50 $1.75 each $1.75 50%
Golden Circle Fruit Drink 6x250mL $3.80 $1.90 each $1.90 50%
Red Bull Energy Drink 4x250mL $10.20 $5.10 each $5.10 50%
Coca-Cola, Fanta or Sprite Soft Drink 10x375mL $12.30 $6.50 each $5.80 47%
Household Was Now Save Discount
Biozet Laundry Powder 2kg or Liquid 2 Litre $20.00 $10.00 each $10.00 50%
Cold Power Laundry Powder 2kg or Liquid 1.8 Litre-2 Litre $16.50 $8.25 each $8.25 50%
Vanish Gold Pro Stain Remover Powder 1.8kg $22.00 $11.00 each $11.00 50%
Fairy Platinum Dishwashing Liquid 625mL $7.00 $3.50 each $3.50 50%
Fairy Platinum Plus Dishwashing Tablets 45 Pack $35.00 $17.50 each $17.50 50%
Cuddly Fabric Conditioner 900mL or Softener 1 Litre $9.00 $4.50 each $4.50 50%
White King Toilet Bleach Gel Cleaner 700mL $4.60 $2.30 each $2.30 50%
Harpic Fresh Power or Colour Toilet Cleaner 39g $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
Air Wick Essential Oils Freshmatic Prime Vanilla 174g $15.00 $7.50 each $7.50 50%
Duracell Ultra Batteries AA 10 Pack or AAA 8 Pack $17.50 $8.75 each $8.75 50%
Botanica by Air Wick Room Spray 236mL $7.50 $3.75 each $3.75 50%
Botanica by Air Wick Candle 1 Each $16.50 $8.25 each $8.25 50%
Botanica by Air Wick Reed Diffuser 80mL $16.50 $8.25 each $8.25 50%
Sistema Klip It Container 2 Litre $6.20 $3.10 each $3.10 50%
Sistema Klip It Container 1 Litre 3 Pack $12.50 $6.25 each $6.25 50%
Health & Beauty Was Now Save Discount
Colgate Sensitive Pro-Relief Multi Protection Toothpaste 110g $10.00 $5.00 each $5.00 50%
Colgate Advanced Whitening Toothpaste 110g $4.80 $2.40 each $2.40 50%
Colgate 360° Manual Toothbrush 2 Pack $8.00 $4.00 each $4.00 50%
Herbal Essences Bio Renew Shampoo or Conditioner 400mL $11.00 $5.50 each $5.50 50%
Gillette Venus Spa Breeze Disposable Razor 2 Pack $9.00 $4.50 each $4.50 50%
Pet Was Now Save Discount
Pedigree Dentastix 28 Pack $17.50 $8.75 each $8.75 50%
Stationery & Media Was Now Save Discount
Telstra Pre-Paid $40 SIM Kit $40.00 $15.00 each $25.00 63%
Belong $40 Starter Pack $40.00 $20.00 each $20.00 50%
Optus $30 Prepaid SIM $30.00 $15.00 each $15.00 50%
Clothing Was Now Save Discount
Explorer Socks 1 Pack $14.00 2 for $14.00 $7.00 50%
Liquor Was Now Save Discount
Lindeman’s Bin Range $10.00 $5.00 each $5.00 50%

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Comments

  • +34 votes

    Do we still care?

  • +1 vote

    "Samwise Gamgee" Unavailable at you local supermarket :)

  • +1 vote

    Any deals on toilet paper?

  • +4 votes

    Is it pessimistic to report "Insufficient Quantity" before the deal has begun?

  • +1 vote

    Supermarkets nowadays, they don't stock quick enough for these sales, can't win against hoarders

  • +1 vote

    Are the supermarkets really as bad as people are making out? Am I going to actually have to get up and get to one tomorrow at 6am? I have not done a shop for the last 7-8 days.

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      For certain items, yes.

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      I can’t get Toilet paper for a week now

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      Depends what you want to buy. Some people report shelves bare of meat, but always some here. Mostly toilet paper, pantry staples and cleaning stuff is empty though. Also haven't seen potatoes and some other root vegetables for over a week here. Plenty of ice-cream though!

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      Plenty of Easter eggs and hot cross buns though

  • +1 vote

    Gamgee!!!

    Hopefully you are going ok!!

  • +1 vote

    Thanks Sam!

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    Keep it up Sammy :-)! All the empty shelves don't surprise me as I am well prepared with all the zombie apocalypse movies/tv series that have equipped me with a deep and true understanding of life as it is meant to be.

  • +3 votes

    At this stage, walking out of the store with any food with some nutritional value is a deal

  • +7 votes

    I've just been to my local Coles for a few bits. I've never seen anything like it, no meat (nothing), not a single loaf of bread, no pasta / rice, noodles or any tinned fruit or veggies. There wasnt a single bag of frozen veggies.

    This was despite dozens of empty cages littering the store, they were trying.

    The worst bit was they had just put a pallet of loo roll out (gone in seconds) and there were 50+ people hanging around the doors to the dock hoping for more.

    Horrible…

    • +2 votes

      Whenever this virus dies down, supermarkets will be a ghost town as the hoarders live off their supplies.

    • +1 vote

      Yep it’s crazy I shop daily and as someone who isn’t remotely concerned about Coronavirus it’s really bizarre to see everyone acting so mental. Today there was only offal left at Coles and a lady rushed past me to grab every last pack of hearts, kidneys, livers etc like it was the last protein she’ll ever be able to access without killing someone to steal theirs. Before they closed online shopping at both the majors, I was keeping an eye on how many days behind the delivery slots were and it was never more than 3 days between when I looked and when I could get my order delivered, so I still don’t get why people went bananas and thought that they needed months of food hoarded to survive.

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        Because they have been cancelling orders due to being unable to fulfil.
        Except you place your order, pay for it, then a couple of days later they cancel it but keep your money for 5 days before refunding it. By this time a lot of people have no money to go out and buy it locally and also no chance of finding anything to buy anyway.

        Sadly, the people that stocked up will be the ones laughing

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      A friend said customers were queuing up at the delivery dock and staff handing out one packet of each item per customer in her local supermarket.

  • +5 votes

    All this half price food and nothing to wipe your ass with once you're done eating. Toilet paper are equivalent to unicorns in 2020. You've heard of them, and think you've seen them, but wont believe they exist until you're holding it.

  • +2 votes

    From Today Wed Coles is now limiting frozen deserts including berries, frozen vegetables, frozen chips and fresh pasta to 2 per person i saw the signs up tonight

  • +1 vote

    Samwise loves his potato chips

  • +1 vote

    Looks like Coles have taken down all their catalogues.

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    https://www.coles.com.au/catalogue-announcement

    "Catalogue Announcement

    "We know how important the Coles catalogue is for customers to build their shopping list and help them get the best value groceries each week.

    "As a temporary measure, we have reluctantly decided to not distribute the Coles catalogue to households from this week.

    "We do not want our customers to be disappointed that the specials they have spotted in the catalogue are not available at their local store due to the unprecedented level of demand we have seen in recent days.

    "We will still continue to have a wide range of products on special each week in store and encourage customers to keep an eye out on the yellow tickets when they visit their local Coles store.

    "Some customers may receive their copy of the Coles catalogue this week from early distribution ahead of this decision.

    "NO RAIN CHECKS

    "As we continue to see unprecedented demand in our stores, we will be temporarily suspending our in store ‘rain check’ policy to avoid any disappointment relating to product availability."

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      First they stop the change of mind returns, now they stop rain checks? From a consumer perspective Coles has got several notches worse as a supermarket during this period. And I'll believe it's "temporary" when they actually put it back.

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        They are probably unable to cope with too much demand at the moment.

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          "We do not want our customers to be disappointed that the specials they have spotted in the catalogue are not available at their local store due to the unprecedented level of demand we have seen in recent days.

          Sounds like a half-arsed excuse to me.
          Or more like "stop asking our staff "Where is this item?" whatever is on the shelves is what it is!" ???

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            @FAST and Curious: Also means they are the most aggressive profit seeking company in groceries I know so for shareholders is great . With the history of trying to keep the milk farmers levy they are a buy for me at $16.98 .

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        I went to Woolworths a couple of days ago and was told by staff that they too no longer do rain checks so not surprised about this

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    No catalogue announcement from Coles . Let the price gouging begin .

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