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Earn 5x Points on Total Shop with $15 Spend on Meat @ Woolworths Rewards

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5x Poins on $15 Spend in Woolworth Meat @Woolworths

Terms and conditions

When
Promotion runs from 00:01 AEST 25/05/20 to 23:59 AEST 31/05/20.

Where
Available at Woolworths Online, in store at any Woolworths supermarket and Woolworths Metro. This offer is not available in Tasmania or at Caltex and Woolworths Metro co-branded stores.

Who
This offer is personal to you, and will be available only on your Woolworths Rewards card.

Activating this offer
To ensure this offer has been added to your registered Woolworths Rewards card, you must activate your offer at least 2 hours before shopping. Any transactions you have made in the promotional period before activating your offer will not receive bonus points.

How it works
To earn 5x bonus points on your total shop (earn exclusions apply)^, spend $15 in one transaction on fresh meat*. 5x points equals 1 (one) standard Woolworths point and 4 (four) additional Woolworths points. Offer can be redeemed multiple times during the promotional period. To redeem your offer in store, remember to scan or tap your card before completing the transaction. To redeem your offer online, you will need to ensure your registered Woolworths Rewards card number is added to your online account prior to checking out. For all Woolworths Online transactions, orders need to be delivered or picked up by 23:59 AEST on 31/05/20 to qualify for the bonus points offer. Check www.woolworths.com.au for available delivery areas, available delivery windows and order cut off dates. Minimum spend in a single transaction of $30 for Pick up and $50 for Delivery (excluding delivery fee) applies. See www.woolworths.com.au for full terms and conditions applicable to shopping at Woolworths Online.

When will I get my points?
Your points will be loaded within 7 business days after the end of the promotional period.
What is included in the promotion?

Qualifying spend is valid on fresh meat, excluding the items listed below

What is excluded from the promotion?
Qualifying spend excludes sauces, condiments, freezer, dried, canned, seafood, pet and deli products (including behind the counter, deli smallgoods, chiller fridge and deli fridge).

Point Exclusions
^No points will be earned on smoking/tobacco products and accessories, gift cards (including iTunes), mobile recharge, Woolworths Mobile, travel cards, tickets, Carpet Care, cash outs, delivery charges, Delivery Saver and Delivery Unlimited items, donations and lottery products. Liquor products purchased in-store at Woolworths or on Woolworths Online will earn standard Woolworths points but will not be eligible for additional bonus points. No bonus points will be earned on Pre-order Kiosks.

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  • +5 votes

    On ya Davo, but unfortunately targeted.

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      yooolll.. already reported myslef!

  • +4 votes

    Think I'm gonna stop shopping at Woolworths they never reward there long term loyal customers

    • +1 vote

      Just make a few more accounts.

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      take the hint?

    • +3 votes

      Funnily enough I think I just said the same about Coles lol.
      Just alternate between cards and shops.

    • +2 votes

      multiple accounts, loyalty is punished by most large businesses (banks, supermarkets etc). I find when I switch to my alternate card for a week or two suddenly I am getting great offers again.

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    Thanks I got this one, trying to get a few thousand Qantas points to activate the points club, so every bit helps. Cheers.

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    Got it thanks. But barely buy meats from Wooli

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      does it include Deli meats

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        No. Says so in the fine print

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    Just received the email.

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    Just wondering, if Coles advertise no added hormones to their meat, what do Woolies do ?

    • +2 votes

      When Coles started advertising that I remember reading that only 40% of beef cattle are treated with hormones and its mainly in QLD and the NT to keep them fatter during the dry season. Everything I have read says the hormones are safe for human consumption and the Coles advertising seems like more of a gimmick that plays on people's assumtion that anything added to food is bad. Yes, the EU bans the use of the same hormones but they also ban GM crops which also have no confirmed, scientific evidence of negative affects.

      The advertising for chicken with no added hormones is completely retarded. Hormones haven't been added to chicken in Australia for decades (60s or 70s) yet it doesn't stop advertisers spruiking their hormone free chicken as if its something special lol.

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        Thanks for the repky. But are you sure about the chickens not having any added hormones ? Maybe not with the supermarkets, but with the likes of KFC, Chicken Treat and Red Rooster.

        Personally I'm not overly concerned, but I would like to know what I am eating.

        • +6 votes

          No chicken has added hormones no matter where you buy it. KFC, Red Rooster etc are supplied by Steggles, Inghams and other local producers. The chickens are super pumped up due to selective breeding. You can have a chicken ready for slaughter in about seven weeks that is about four times bigger than a chook from the 50s using the same amount of feed. They also are battery farmed so they do nothing except eat and shit which results in them bulking up faster as well.

          Hormones in chickens is one of those urban legends that just won't die.

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    Finally got targeted 👍

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    Finally got targeted… but I've never purchased meat from Woolies before lol

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    Is packaged meat in the fridge isle considered "fresh meat"?

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      It says 'fresh meat' so I am presuming that if it's packaged for eating soon (ie mince packs, burgers etc) you're fine. Question of whether the WW 'Cook' range is included and whether double dipping becomes possible.

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    The amount of water in their steak is ridiculous. Visit your butcher or meat wholesaler. That’s where the quality is.

  • +2 votes

    Woolworths meat sucks in my area. Might as well bin dive.

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    Now to convince the wife to abandon vegetarianism. I mean, we are talking 5x points.

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      Your wife needs to find a better husband.

    • -2 votes

      try sum hubby sausage

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    Must be seeing a dive in sales after all the freezer hoarders have stocked up.

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    So are all the meat items in the chiller and the counter eligible for this?