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½ Price BBQ Classic Beef Burgers 500g $3.75, Red Bull 4 Pack $5.65 | Red Island Olive Oil 3L $25 (Save $10) @ Woolworths

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Woolworths Bbq Classic Beef Burger 4 pack - $3.75

Ingredients
Australian Beef (85%), Water, Sauteed Onion (Onion, Vegetable Oil), Rice Flour, Maize Flour, Salt, Sugar, Dehydrated Vegetables, Herbs and Spices, Preservative (223), Mineral Salts (451, 450, Sodium Bicarbonate), Antioxidant (Sodium Ascorbate), Vegetable Oil, Yeast Extract, Dextrose (Tapioca, Maize), Fermented Red Rice


Red Bull Energy Drink 4 x 250ml - $5.65*

*Price is for NSW and may vary in other states

Red Bull Energy Drink 4x250ml
Red Bull Energy Drink Sugar Free 4x250ml
Red Bull Winter Edition Glacier Ice 250ml X4 Pack
Red Bull Energy Drink Zero 4x250ml


Red Island Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3 Litre - $25

Red Island Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3l

Calculates to ~$8.33/L, which is cheaper than Coles this week

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Comments

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    Shit, just bought 3 bottles of red Island.

    • +3 votes

      What are you using to fill the rest of the bath?

      • +10 votes

        Kewpie mayo

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      I dont know anyone will buy 3 bottles at full price as you can buy them at any time any way,do you use it with bath tub makes you need to buy 3 at a time?

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      Still on your learner's plates

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    are the beef burger pattys any good?

    • +7 votes

      They’re a good honest burger patty. No ideas above it’s station. No fake smokey flavour or pseudo fancy ingredients like caramelised onion. Best matched to the $2 6-pack of soft white rolls, iceberg lettuce and beetroot.

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        A good honest burger patty is minced meat, bread crumbs, egg, salt pepper and other spices. A better one is the combination of freshly minced brisket and chuck, loosely formed into a patty (i.e not overworked)

        The one on sale here has a bunch of additives. Taste is decent, but needs more salt imo.

        • +5 votes

          Brisket and Chuck mince is where it's at. Don't need any fancy additions or fillers. Ball it up somewhere between 100-120g, straight on the hotplate and smash it flat. Season. Flip and top with hi melt cheese.
          In to a Brioche (ALDI are ok) or personal preference potato bun. McClure's pickles and whatever else takes your fancy - I like double patties, double cheese, streaky bacon, tomato, onion, lettuce, good quality mayo and ketchup. Like a bacon deluxe on steroids.

          Simple but the best burgers you've ever had.

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          Go easy on the bread crumbs though.
          Remember, you are eating it in a roll. Sorry, it's my pet hate. Otherwise, those ingredients are all that you really need.
          Although, the brisket suggestion takes it to another level.

    • +6 votes

      these have fillers like starch, rice, and flour, so not good. The best burger patties are just pure meat, there is no need for all the extra additives.

      • +5 votes

        Yeah. Buy some mince beef, the cheapest you can find (it has more fat and tastes better), shape it, salt and pepper and top, and that's it.

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          exactly!

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        Absolutely. Pure fatty beef mince with a bit of salt and pepper. Pro tip is to shape them into patties a bit thinner in the middle before cooking.

    • +2 votes

      No they are terrible.

      I normally shop at Woolies but if I’m having burgers I’ll do an extra run to Coles and grab the Cleavers Chuck and Brisket patties rather than touch any of the offerings at Woolworths.

      • +4 votes

        Beef is cost at least $10 per kilo so I cant see 500g for $3.75 isnt a value

        • +3 votes

          So.. how do you think they make $7.50/kg beef patties from $10/kg beef?

          • +1 vote

            @DainB: They're the sweepings from the butchers floor aren't they?

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              @k23man: Probably not, more likely meat you would not normally eat (think of that place between left and right rounds) separated from the bones in centrifuges, depending on a scale of manufacturing.

  • +4 votes

    If your counting your macros and training these are a great way to get protein. About 80grams I believe.

    • +12 votes

      Thanks for the tip, just drank 4 red bulls straight - feel myself getting swole already

  • +3 votes

    extra dead animals from the storms equals discount burgers 😂

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    4 pack of Red Bulls is a good deal, especially now my daily 500ml can of V has jumped from $3.15 to $4.

    • +1 vote

      OZbargainer will not buy from the fridges single by single
      PSsingle bottle 473ml bottle also from$3.5 to $4 now

  • +2 votes

    Red Island Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3 Litre - $25

    Red Island Extra Virgin Olive Oil 3l(woolworths.com.au)
    

    Calculates to ~$8.33/L, which is cheaper than Coles this week.

    Yes, but unless you are going to use all 3 litre soon, then it is better to have it 3x1.

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      Yep.
      3 X 1 litre from Coles, or just buy the ALDI Australian olive oil all year round for $9 for 1 litre.

      Tastes great.

  • +1 vote

    I love this deal and always buy 5 to 6 (4 packs) Red Bulls and store them as they are quite good with ice and vodka for misses to be happy on weekends. 😜.
    Ozbargain has teached me more in this. I have a Woolie's Credit Card which gives me 1 point per dollar spent and 10% off once per month for spending any dollar and accepting the offer on checkout.
    I pay $30.51on redbull zero, get 33 points on credit card, I save $37.29 as rebulls are 11.65 for 4 pack and I get 33 woolworths rewards points plus don't forget the 4 cent voucher to spend more on petrol ⛽ at caltex to earn more woolies points. 🙋‍♂️
    THANKS Ozbargain!!! 😁😁😁😁🙏🙏🙏🙏💯

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      How many misses do you have?

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    Waiting for the Amazon price match on the Red Bull. Instead the 24 pack goes up by $10 this morning. Don't Amazon match Woolies specials anymore?

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    tried the burgers not too bad for price