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Collect up to 3000 Points for $30 Spend Each Week over 3 Weeks @ Woolworths

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Week 1 Spend $30* Get 800 points

Week 2 Spend $30* Get 800 points

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Week 3 Spend $30* Get 1400 points

Total 16.67% return. Not the best % incentive, but might be useful for small spenders.

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  • +3 votes

    Finally, my Darryl Lea chocolate addiction is going to pay out..

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      10 blocks per card per week per all my cards = OMG too many cards 🍫🍫🍫🍫🍫 🤤

  • +3 votes

    How do you activate it? Or is this targeted?

    • +4 votes

      I got nothing in the email… I'm guessing it's targeted.

      • +3 votes

        I did not get this… agree this should be targeted.

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    Last time for us it was $200 per week.

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      ouch

    • +3 votes

      Shop at Coles for a while, watch the offers come in (or improve).

      • +1 vote

        This works. My mother shopped at Coles for a month then along came the big easy to complete offers.

  • +12 votes

    5400 points for $100 in one or more for me

    • +6 votes

      That's really good, mine is 3000 for $100 one time spend.

      • +1 vote

        Mine is the same.

    • +4 votes

      I got this one too. I much prefer the "one or more" style ones, i prefer to do multiple smaller shops a week

    • +1 vote

      I received the same. Need to have one or more rewards cards and keep them inactive for a while to receive these offers.

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        I don’t think so. I always shop at Woolies and I have just spent over $100 yesterday. I received the same offer $100 spend 5400 points.

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      Got this one too. Second time now this year, but I assume it's because I didn't manage to complete it first time around. Not sure if I'll manage to spend enough this time around either, but can't complain about the value.

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        Things that get me to $100: Soda stream refills, olive oil, laundry detergent, eggs, cheese, mouthwash, tea and coffee.

    • +1 vote

      …same here. but only on two cards out of three in our household.
      i presume it might be because we have been doing the bulk of our shops @ coles as their flybuy incentives have been much better than woolies

  • +4 votes

    1800 points for $50 spend here

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    2800 / 2800 / 3700 here for $155/155/155

    • +2 votes

      Same offer for us. The good thing is that it doesn't have to be done in one shop like Coles offers.

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        agreed lol, the offers were getting crazy because i hit the last few so they just keep jacking it up, i have been not using rewards card for about 2 months now to calm it down again, looks like it worked

  • +3 votes

    3100pts for 1 x $50 spend on multiple accounts

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      same

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        Have used same offer a few times this year

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    Anyone know how you look at ads posted by everyday Rewards Facebook Page, like people have done in the past with some rewards deals available to all members through activating ??

  • +3 votes

    Might be targeted. I got 5,400 points for $100 spend.

  • +1 vote

    Mine is 3100 points for $50 spend, 1 week.

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    No offers here on any of my accounts :(

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    the only offer i got is the 3 x boost points

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    Why do I never get these offers in my everyday rewards account?

    I always do the Coles ones, woolies is missing out bigtime by restricting these offers to some stupid unknown criteria.

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      2 of my accounts get these offers via email while the other 2 I have to manually check via the app etc.
      All 4 accounts have the same marketing options

      And they all seem to get targeted approximately the same rate.

      Maybe check via the Woolworths or rewards app/website

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      Use the app and also make sure you have marketing communications turned on.

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    Not that great compared to flybuys 10000 points two weeks ago for $30 spend on one shop for 3 consecutive weeks

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    I got spend 150 this week and get 2400 points.

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      Same here. Disappointing it’s not a lower spend like some of the others… doubt I’ll be able to take advantage

  • +3 votes

    Woolies Reward app gives me nothing, while Coles offers 20% points weekly. Easy choice.

    • +3 votes

      Everyone's experience will differ.

      Woolies gives me better offers on smaller spend (usual only spend $50/wk @supermarkets):

      3100 bonus pts for 1 x $50 next week.
      Used that offer 6 times this year.
      $93 of points for $300 spend.
      62pts per $

      5400 bonus pts for 1 x $100 next week.
      Received 3 this year, only used 1.
      $27 of points for $100 spend.
      54pts per $

      Coles best offer has been 10000 bonus pts on 4 x $60 shops - only once this year.
      Riskier offer - miss a week & get no pts!
      $50 of points for $240 spend.
      41.7pts per $

      I use both loyalty schemes - but only for best offers. My multiple cards may help get a choice of better offers


      And when things go wrong with points…

      With Flybuys, it's hard to get the points added. A 2000pt offer on alcohol in December was finally added last week after a month long battle!

      Rewards have been so much easier to deal with, immediately adding points. Even when it was my fault!

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        Forgot the Coles 1800 pts for $30 offers
        Used about 4 of those this year
        60pts per $

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      How do you get 20% points every week @Coles?

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        Yes, I have had many 20% off and even some 30% every week this year.

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          Hi Yola! What were the promotions?

          Received the nice (4 in 10 weeks) 1800 pts for $30 = 30%.
          And 1 offer of 10000 bonus pts on 4 x $60 = 21%.
          So most, but not every week this year.

          With $120 of Rewards ready to spend (all from bonus points shops), I don't shop much at Coles unless I receive good offers like that.


          I don't trust Flybuys to add earned points after they failed to add 2000pts. After waiting the required 4 weeks before reporting & 1 month of emails - they added the points as a "goodwill gesture", after conceding to my initial suspicion that it was a "technical issue" on their system.

          How many fail to get points they've earnt due to a failure in Flybuys system! Most would just give in to the repeated refusals to investigate.

          Plus was verbally abused by Coles staff when I had to ring twice to find out why my order was not at the locker at the agreed time. I had waited for 1hr. Was told to just keep waiting in the car park & not ring them. Then they started swearing! (Coles listened to the call recording & apologised. Staff member to be retrained.) Never placed another online order.

          Still waiting on 10k points from final of 4 weeks of shopping. Docket shows I earnt it…

          No use using Flybuys if it's uncertain that the points will come through!
          Never had these issues with Woolies & Rewards!

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            @the INFIDEL: Are Shopback and Flybuys in a competition ?

            Still waiting on 10k points from final of 4 weeks of shopping.

            I normally stuff up a week myself . The latest 20% ers are one offs and easy to monitor . So far no misses from them .

          • +1 vote

            @the INFIDEL: Sounds like you have been very unlucky. I agree that Woolies Rewards seem to go wrong less often than Flybuys which require constant monitoring. But I have had all my issues accepted and points credited. I take SC when I activate offers and of course, keep all receipts.
            It used to be much more difficult with online orders as frequent OOS meant numerous manual adjustments but most of the time they accepted my word that there was an OOS occurrence. Interestingly for the same $ gap one person accepted but then when I rang again to chase it up the next said I needed to send an email with proof. Amazingly one time I spent $80, fairly large for me, and the receipt showed the flybuys number used but the spend did not appear on their site at all but the flybuys dollars I used for the purchase were deducted. Usually, it is only getting the bonus that is the issue. I emailed them the receipt and they credited the bonus and base points. I have now found it easier, especially with a 30 min average phone wait time, to just email with proof.
            This was never an issue with Rewards because they credited the points at the time of order. In any event for me, it has been worth it because my offers from Coles have been far more frequent and for much greater savings this year at least.

            • +1 vote

              @Yola: Dealing with Coles Liquor has been about the worst customer service I've received. (I've been a University staff trainer & trained staff in customer service overseas.)

              Ordering from Vintage Cellars in a Deal here, my personal details were disclosed online to at least one other customer.
              After so many emails & calls over 6 months, they wouldn't reply.
              I did get a registered (form) letter acknowledging the data breach - as a minor matter, in response to a customer - an Ozbargainer who took screen shots & reported it!
              Never shopped there again!

              Ordered 2 bottles delivered (free) well before Christmas. After the delivery date passed, rang Liquorland to know when to be home for delivery.

              Their system couldn't handle that simple request.
              After 30 minutes i had been verbally abused for attempting to jump the queue! They blamed customers for ordering too much for free delivery - that their system couldn't cope! I only learnt their systems can't handle any simple enquiry. They just made up an answer!
              I asked to talk with a supervisor - absolutely not! Just wait for the delivery - when it arrives sometime.
              Rang head office to complain - they weren't surprised i was angry, but refused to take my complaint or connect me with anyone. "Just email us" - I explained they never answered my earlier emails!

              Staff at Woolies & Rewards have always been quick, courteous & helpful for me.

              Coles staff instore have been great. It's the systems in the background that are stock & profit focussed, at the expense of customers. Seems Coles Group consider a tin of baked beans far more important than a customer!

              So I rarely shop at Coles Group! Why would I risk not getting my points without a long battle & be treated so badly?

    • +2 votes

      Same 2.5% Woolies vs 20% Coles .

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    Spend $100 for 5400 points

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    I only got double points :(

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    I got spend 200, each week for 3 weeks, to get 6000 points.
    Haven't used the card in a long time so they mustn't want me back.

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    I got spend $30 for 3 weeks for 6000 points, that's a decent one right?

    • +1 vote

      Yes, very decent 33.333%. But before you get too happy see above xiangtan had $30 for 3 weeks for 10,000 flybuys points. Now that is extraordinary.

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        Hi Yola, I got the same offer as xiangtan above last week. But spent $50 instead of $30.

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          Was the offer for $30 spend and you spent more or was the offer for $50 spend?

          • +1 vote

            @Yola: The offer was for $30 but I spent $50. I know that future offers won't be good.

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              @apple0604: But that lowers your discount and yes, ensures future offers arent as good. Should spend extra on another card, IMHO. Or wait for the next offer. Unfortunately, Coles has been very good to me but I have many more Woolies GC.

              • +1 vote

                @Yola: I should do 2 transactions, spend $30 using my fb card and the rest either using my mum's fb card or don't scan fb card at all. Wasn't thinking at the time.

                I didn't receive very good offer from Woolworths lately. I also find there are more specials at Coles. Besides I have some Coles group gifg card to use.