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2000 Bonus flybuys Points (Worth $10) with $50+ Online Wine Spend @ Liquorland


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Another wine only bonus flybuys points deal, but this time at the best level (effectively 20% off on a $50 spend).

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If you do the maths correctly, with both the up-sized cashback and bonus flybuys points it is effectively a 30.9% 33.6% 24.5% discount on a $50 spend.

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  1. Terms & Conditions:
    Points offer valid online only at Liquorland. To qualify for this offer you must spend the qualifying amount on wine online and insert your flybuys card number online at the time of purchase. Transactions must take place between 19/10/2020 and 25/10/2020.. 2000 BONUS POINTS will be applied when you spend $50 or more on wine online during the dates specified. This offer is limited to one transaction per flybuys account. Points not awarded on purchases deemed to be wholesale quantities. Retail limits apply to all products. Points awarded after savings and discounts. Excludes gift cards and smoking/tobacco product purchases. Points will be credited within 4 weeks after expiry of offer. flybuys' privacy policy applies. Standard flybuys terms and conditions apply and are available at flybuys.com.au. 

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  • and in 3-4 weeks you might get it, but probably not.

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  • 16.7% off not 20%. with cashrewards it's 29.17%


    if you do the maths correctly. you can't use the $10 off the initial purchase.

    • What you are talking about is a 16.7% discount off a $60 spend ($50 of wine and $10 of Coles groceries, for example). This only really makes sense if a person never shops at any of the stores in the Coles Group, and thus has to do a special, abnormal shop in order to actually claim the $10. (Wait a minute—they actually just did such a shop…)

      If on the other hand a person does shop at Coles, etc, provided they only purchase items that they would always have, then it makes far more sense to attribute the Bonus flybuys to the actual purchase where they were earned.

      Even for the case where a person never shops at Coles Group stores except for this one time at Liquorland, it could still be argued that if they were to buy products at Coles that they would have bought anyway at Woolworths, then attributing the $10 to the wine purchase still makes more sense.

      with cashrewards it's 29.17%


      if you do the maths correctly

      If you do the maths correctly, it's actually

      1−(60−10−50×0.15÷1.1)÷60 = 28.03%

      as the cashback is on the ex-GST price 😉

      • if you spend $50 and get a $50 voucher at the same store then you're paying $50 for $100 worth of goods. seems like 50% off to me.

        if you buy one item for $1 and get 2 free did the first item cost -$1 or are you paying 33c each?