Until Sunday. Limited to one transaction per account.
The offer is for a shop on over 100 selected wines/spirits/premises/liqueurs.
- Other (usually targeted) bonus flybuys points offers, in particular:
- Cashback, in particular:
20% Cashback ($25 Cap) @ ShopBack(Expired) 12% Cashback ($100 Cap, Online Only) @ Cashrewards (Expired)
Free Standard Delivery with $50+ Online Spend( Wed 21 Jul only.Expired)
The Selected Items list can be seen from the deal link.
- Points can take up to 4 weeks to be credited, though for some (most?) people they appear within a day or two. You must wait the 28/30/31² days from the offer expiry / transaction date³ before contacting customer support. If you do so earlier, they will just tell you to wait out that period before contacting them again.
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Tᴇʀᴍs & Cᴏɴᴅɪᴛɪᴏɴs (ғʀᴏᴍ ᴇᴍᴀɪʟ)
Standard Flybuys terms and conditions apply and are available at flybuys.com.au.
2000 Bonus flybuys Points Offer
Points offer valid online only at First Choice Liquor Market. To qualify for this offer you must spend the qualifying amount online and enter your flybuys card number online at the time of purchase. Transactions must take place between 19/7/2021 and 25/7/2021. 3,000 BONUS POINTS will be applied when you spend $50 or more online on selected items at www.firstchoiceliquor.com.au/specials/bonus-flybuys 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. Points will be credited within 4 weeks after expiry of offer.
Apparently some support team members have claimed the wait period is a month, not 4 weeks. Personally I think they're confused because it's 4 weeks from the offer expiry. So if the offer lasts more than a day and you purchase on the first day, the wait period can be longer than 28 days (up to 5 weeks for week long offers). ↩
Apparently some support team members claim that the wait period is calculated from the transaction date. I think this is related to the same confusion as detailed in the footnote above, i.e that it's a month from the transaction date. ↩