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BWS: 25% Cashback (Was 2%, Cap $30) @ ShopBack

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Another great cashback flash sale offer from Shopback. Even better than the popular 20% cashback deal!

Per T&C, last click through must be via ShopBack. If you load your cart beforehand, the cashback may track at the earlier rate.

Multiple transactions are ok.

Cashback will be ineligible for the following -

  • Wholesalers
  • Cashback is not eligible if a purchase is made with the use of Giftcard & Gift Card Purchases
  • Returns, exchanges & cancellations and BWS app Purchases
  • Promo codes or voucher codes not approved by ShopBack
  • Champagne, Penfolds & Non-Alcoholic purchases (unless stated otherwise)

Terms & Conditions
ShopBack must be the last link you clicked in order to get Cashback. If other website links are clicked after clicking through ShopBack, Cashback will not be tracked (E.g. coupon websites and deal websites)
Return to ShopBack and clickthrough to BWS every time you are making a new transaction


For those that prefer First Choice Liquor, Shopback is offering 12% cashback (was 3%).

First Choice Liquor - 12% cashback

Referral Links

Referral: random (4086)

$40 for referrer and $10 for referee after first confirmed purchase and adding banking details.

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closed Comments

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    I can't see it anywhere, so are we OK to buy products using gift cards again?

    Or was that just cashrewards. I can't remember which stopped it

    • +2 votes

      Confirming that gift cards cannot be used as a payment method to stack with cashback, whether it's partially or fully used as a payment method. The page will be updated once the promo starts.

      • +1 vote

        are wow rewards card and employee discount cards eligible?

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          Woolworths Rewards card discounts are fine, employee discounts no.

          • +1 vote
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              @d-hunterz: Do I need to remove my employee reward to get that cashback working??
              Cause the rewards get auto added..

              • +1 vote

                @Ksavshs: Yes. Assuming it might be linked to your BWS account or Woolworths Rewards number? If that's the case you may need to checkout as a guest/without your Woolworths Rewards number to remove it.

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                  @gotyourback: Why aren't you supporting staff? That is a new one.

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                    @YOTR: This isn't our decision, this is BWS setting these rules out.

                    • +1 vote

                      @gotyourback: It doesn't state this in any T+Cs that I can see anywhere? What are you going to do with staff orders where they have used their card?

  • +13 votes

    Thanks OP
    21 April 2020, 4:00pm to 8:00pm

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      Please add to OP, OP :)

    • +1 vote

      How is this not in the title or description!

    • +1 vote

      australian eastern standard time

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      If it's 4-8pm 21.04 (like right now) Shopback is only showing 2% :(

  • +2 votes

    Yes, would it be interesting to know if wish cards can be used to purchase.

    • +5 votes

      From cash rewards site

      "Special Terms
      Effective 26/02/20, BWS online orders paid partially or in full with any gift cards will be ineligible for Cashback."

      Don't see that anywhere on shop back so just them It seems

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        Usually they have to abide by the same rules so I would be surprised if ShopBack allowed payments by gift cards to be eligible.

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          Yeah, I agree.
          I wonder if they'll update the info page before this deal goes live, just to clarify

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      Very interested in clarification on this. "Gift card purchases unless otherwise stated" aren't allowed but is that BUYING gift cards or using gift cards?

    • +1 vote

      Hey all, confirming that gift cards cannot be used as a payment method to stack with cashback, whether it's partially or fully used as a payment method. The page will be updated once the promo starts.

      • +3 votes

        Can we do multiple transactions to add up to $30 cap or need to be in one trasaction?

        • +1 vote

          You can do multiple transactions or just the one transaction.

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            @gotyourback: Rep, still says 2%?

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              @Nuggets: Due to caching, you may not see it straight away but it's safe to shop still.

          • +1 vote

            @gotyourback: Is it a total cap of $30, or a cap of $30 per transaction (multiple transactions allowed)?

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              @MJ1: This. Id like to know as well

            • +1 vote

              @MJ1: You can make multiples if you wish - it's a transaction cap.

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                @gotyourback: OK nice - so I could put through 4 x $100 orders and I would receive 4 x $25 = $100 cash back?

  •  

    Great cashback increase!!

  •  

    Time to boost my booze

  • +6 votes

    National Limits - As of: 20/04/2020
    Outlined below are SIX category limits. You can buy from up to TWO different categories. Purchase limits are per transaction for each category.

    1) BEER 2 cases (24pk or 30pk or 4x mixed 6pk)
    2) WINE 12 bottles
    3) CASK WINE 2 casks (not exceeding 10L)
    4) SPIRITS 2 bottles (not exceeding 2L)
    5) PREMIX/ RTD 2 cases (24pk or 30pk or 4x mixed 6 pk)
    6) CIDER 2 cases (24pk or 30pk or 4x mixed 6 pk)

    Source: https://bws.com.au/help/bws-message

    Note the stricter WA limits have been rescinded today, so the above now also applies to WA.

    • +3 votes

      per transaction

      All that does is makes the free delivery target annoying.

  • +2 votes

    Any good deals? I notice 2 for 1 wines, which some look decent.

  • +1 vote

    Can U keep ordering seperate transactions once U reach the $30 limit

  • +4 votes

    The spirit and beer specials seem expensive. Did alcohol tax go up again?

    • +9 votes

      Yeah - seems very expensive. Eg. Carlton Dry is $52 (with a "Save $7" icon too)… so is their regular price $59 there as such? At Dan's its $46.90.
      Every beer I spot checked was similar (extra $4+ more expensive than Dan Murphy)

      The cashback saves things though but still would have been amazing with cashback on Dan level pricing.

      • +13 votes

        Coopers Sparkling Ale (24 x 375mL)
        BWS = $60 (save $10)
        Liquorland = $59 (regular price)
        First Choice Liquor = $59 (regular price)
        Dan Murphy's = $58.95 (regular price)

        Yeah, BWS often jacks up their prices so they can pretend they're giving you a great discount. Aren't their marketing people such clever bunnies? Even when you "save $10" at BWS, you still end up paying more than their main competitors at normal prices (yeah, I know, DM is part of the same conglomerate).

        • +3 votes

          If you can make it to a big box liquor retailer then you should just go there. I wouldn't expect convenience format stores to be the same price. They're two different businesses. It's a bit like comparing the prices of Costco with 7-11.

        • +1 vote

          It’s $57 on BWS website for coopers sparkling, if I get 25% cash back then my slab is $42.75

          I found cheapest was $52 at Dan murphys for a slab of 24 cans

          Why is this a bad deal?

      • +3 votes

        Furphy's is not bad value for $48 ($47 at Dan's) (VIC pricing). Or Moon Dog Old Mate (6 Pack) for $19 ($19.99 at Dan's)

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        Dan Murphy and BWS owned by Woolies but one is discounting and other is price gouging

    • +3 votes

      Sailor Jerry seems well priced. $58 for a 1L bottle. Same bottle at Dan Murphy's is $70.

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      The wine too: Compared the same bottles to the recent First Choice deal.

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    Spirits…. Jim Bean 700Ml - $40 at BSW vs $37.95 at Dan Murphy…. the 25% saves you $10 on the BWS price …

    even the 1 Ltr has a significant price difference - 51.95 @ DM and 62 @ BWS.

    AND YET BOTH OWNED BY WOOLWORTHS

    I would assume they don't price match ??

    https://www.afr.com/companies/retail/woolworths-bws-learns-n...

    'BWS has higher gross margins than Dan Murphy's, because prices are higher, but so, too, is its cost of doing business'

    CRAP - BWS has smaller shops connected to a Woolworths store - unlike stand alone Dan Murphys.

    • +2 votes

      Smaller shops doesn't equal smaller costs.

    • +1 vote

      you pay more at BWS for the convenience of being next door to a supermarket.

    • +2 votes

      You haven't, it starts later today; 4PM - 8PM.

    • +3 votes

      Not until 4-8pm today

  • +2 votes

    Woops - I will go back to sleep - thanks guys :)

  • +1 vote

    Stone and Wood Pacific Ale still $78 for now!

  •  

    Plenty of the wine is the same price at Dan's, then you get 25% cashback! That's pretty good value to me, especially for items that would never go on sale or discount.

  • +12 votes

    BWS prices are just insane:

    4 pack of Koyomi Shochu Blended Yuzu & Lime Highball 250mL

    $20 at BWS: https://bws.com.au/product/57522/koyomi-shochu-blended-yuzu-...
    $18 at Liquorland: https://www.liquorland.com.au/spirits/koyomi-highball-4-pack...
    $17 at Dan Murphys: https://www.danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_57522/koyomi-shochu...

    A week ago, Dan Murphys were selling it for $15.

    The 25% cashback will make BWS prices cheaper, but it's not as incredible a deal as it first appears, specially given the waiting period for getting the cashback back.

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      omg those highballs are tremendously delicious and refreshing beverages

    • +3 votes

      If you think a $2 price difference is "insane" then your mind must be constantly blown by reality…

    • +2 votes

      You complain that a $2 difference is insane than complain that the 25% will make BWS cheaper but its not an incredible deal.

      So BWS would now be $15 and Dans would be $17. You would be getting it $2 cheaper.

      $2 cheaper apparently not an "incredible deal", but paying $2 more results in the price being "insane"

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      I think the Koyomi 4 Packs are now $16 on BWS, or at least the Blood Orange & Bitters and Yuzu & Lime flavours are showing on mine. Any recommendations?

  • +4 votes

    Hogs 3 bourbon $40 at BWS, $44.99 at Dan's

  • +1 vote

    I love how most of the whiskeys I'm after are unavailable. macallan, hakushu etc. Makers mark 46 at $60 then shopback would've been a steal. It's unavailable now.

    • +5 votes

      Let me know if you find any single malts that are worthwhile.

      • +1 vote

        Ended up getting the Macallan 12 Year Old Triple Cask Matured. The talisker 10yr is also a good option for those looking. Avoid the Dalwhinnie 15 year as it's almost the same price with discount from Dan Murphy.

    • +1 vote

      Just buy from another store? I just picked up a Makers 46 @ $45

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        Still very little avalable.

  • +3 votes

    Any beer recommendations?

    I have used Quarantine to try different beers and it has been quite…expensive. From the ones I have tried in order of my preference:-
    1. Crankshaft Bentspoke
    2. Biggie Feral
    3. Balter IPA (hair raising experience)
    4. Bridge road
    5. Single fin/GOAT/Kaiju Krush

    Hope this helps someone.

    •  

      You seem to like IPAs. If you can track down a Big Shed Boozy Fruit NEIPA, I recommend giving that a go.

      •  

        I couldnt see any hazy IPAs or NEIPAs on the BWS site - did you have any luck?>

    • +1 vote

      If you like Biggie Juice, give Feral's War Hog a go. It's a batch release so not as readily available (may not get it through BWS) but is worth a go if you find it. ABV is higher at 7.5% so enjoy it in the comfort of your own home (where else will you be anyway). Well worth it.

      You'll be able to get Hop Hog through BWS, which is a pretty citrusy, delicious Pale Ale.

    • +1 vote

      I've really enjoyed the Ballast Point Sculpin. I prefer it over the Crankshaft, but both are delicious. I think i'll be picking up a case of the Crankshaft (<$3 per beer) and maybe try something else. My flatmate really recommends Modus Operandi.

  •  

    stone and wood pacific ale/ green lager either same price or already cheaper than all other major bottleshop. 25% CB makes it a lot cheaper than others.

    [makers 46 $60](https://bws.com.au/product/767547/makers-46-kentucky-bourbon... seems cheap)

  • +4 votes

    If you like gin, Roku $55 & Tanquaray $45 are reasonably priced before the CB

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      That is good and I need more gin, thank you!

      •  

        25% off? Get something fancy. Forty Spotted, 78 Degrees, West Winds, Patient Wolf (my fav).

        • +1 vote

          Never heard of patient wolf, I'll give it a go.

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            @Phoenixzeus: If you don't like it, I'll have some more!

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          All of those - I'll also shout Melbourne Gin Company, Tanqueray 10, and The Botanist

    •  

      Tanquaray 10 for $51 after CB - Thankyou……

      • +1 vote

        Shows as $92 before cash back

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          Odd - I bought for $68

  •  

    7 Jim Beam bourbon cans for $23.50 seems like a pretty good deal + 25% cash back.

  •  

    Apologies just realised how the referal stuff works finally after many years on here lol!

    Googd time to grab a bottle of Blantons I think

  • +1 vote

    Coopers Stout is $56.25 (for me in NSW) after cash back.

    Not as good as this deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/448469 - but the best it's been since then (I think).

    Winter is coming.

    •  

      I still look back fondly to that deal. Their stout is the best beer in the Coopers line up.

      •  

        Same, finally finished the case last weekend…it lasted a long time!

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          Mine didn't quite last that long!

          I do have a six pack of stubbies from last year sitting around though. A friend told me that they taste better after a year, so he always buys a year ahead. So I've kept a six pack of last year's to compare to this year's.

          Strictly for research purposes, of course. It's science.

  •  

    Any whisky's worth buying?

  •  

    anyone can suggest me an entry level red wine?

    •  

      jacobs creek double barrel shiraz - 2 for $40, or roughly 2 for $30 with the shopback. Easy drinking stuff

    • +1 vote

      Have you tried anything?
      Depends what variety you like? Merlot, Cab Sav, Shiraz - see here https://bit.ly/2wZp0lG

      Maybe start with a Merlot.

      Personally i like a big bold McLaren Vale Shiraz.

  •  

    Can you use a staff card or does that make it ineligible

  •  

    Hi, can one shop back account do multiple transactions for this deal, or just one? Thanks!