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$10 off $150 Online Spend @ Woolworths

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DIGI10

Obtained from email from Everyday Rewards. Thanks to dealbot for the link.

Terms & Conditions.
Offer only available online for the first 100,000 redemptions from 00:01 AEDT 21/10/20 until 23.59 AEDT 22/10/20. Min spend $150 in a single transaction (excludes any vouchers or offers, Delivery Unlimited costs, smoking/tobacco products, reusable bags & crate to bench fees). Enter promo code DIGI10 at checkout. $10 discount excludes any Delivery Unlimited costs, smoking/tobacco products, reusable bags and crate to bench fees. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other promo code and can be used only once during the promotion period. Orders may be cancelled without notice if T&C are not adhered to. Check online for available delivery & Pick up areas, windows, cut-off times, dates and locations and for full T&Cs

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Comments

  • All the Digideals.

    • Dan Murphys - Free Standard Delivery on Participating Products.
    • BIG W - Enjoy up to 50% off a selected range of products.
    • BWS - 10% all online orders $100 or more.
    • Cellarmasters - 15% off sitewide + free Delivery with code DIGIDEAL.
    • Jimmy Brings - $10 off your first order as a new customer. Use code DIGIDEAL.
    • Woolworths gift cards 4% using promo code DIGI20
  • How to know if code lasts? I don't want to spend 150$ just to find out they run out of codes

  • It's expired, just tried checking out now with $150 worth in the cart.

  • 6.66666% off

  • Don’t order veggies and fruit. Last time I ordered, they gave me all these rotten beans, broccoli and pumpkins. I order some meat and they expired in two days. Order 3x2 litre milk and three bottles expired in 4 days. Called them and they promised to refund but did nothing. Don’t bother to chase up. I just buy fresh items from Coles or Aldi. It is frustrating to order these items online and they go straight to the bin. Happened just recently with their online orders.

    • You can make comments on items such as 'latest best before date please', etc. I sometimes get something that expires in 2 days, but most of the time this has been ok. It is frustrating when it happens though, I won't buy fresh items in bulk just in case.

    • +2 votes

      There's a bot you can deal with called Olive on the WW Online website which automates the refunds process if you have issues. Very easy to deal with unlike Coles Online where you have to call or text them if something is wrong.

    • I have purchased a lot of fruit, veg and meat online at Colesworth and only rarely have not been happy with the freshness or best before date.