10% off Online Shop (Minimum Spend $180, Capped at $30) @ Coles Online


10% off your online shop when you spend $1801.

Use code CYBER at checkout.

Update: Extended to 11:59pm AEST 03 August 2021

  1. 10% off your shop offer is valid only when you shop via coles.com.au and spend $180 or more in one transaction on every shop or next shop. Valid after savings and discounts and excludes smoking and tobacco products. Discount is applied when you enter the promotional code CYBER at checkout. Offer is valid on each qualifying orders placed from 21 July 2021 to 11:59pm AEST 27 July 2021 and order cut-off times apply (including 1am Sat/Sun in some stores on weekends). Maximum discount amount is capped at $30. Any orders modified outside this promotional period will not have the discount upheld. Visit shop.coles.com.au for standard terms and conditions.

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  • +6 votes

    One of the biggest drop back of Coles online shopping is that they don't allow you to use flybuys dollars as payment like Woolworths. Not sure why but it is dumbest thing that Coles should have addressed long ago .. !

    Also they don't allow you to use Coles gift card as payment.

    • +7 votes

      Woolworths Online is light years ahead of Coles Online.

      • +1 vote

        Agree from Application and delivery of items all can be done smoothly via Woolworths App including using primo codes, credit from past orders, rewards points, gift card and PayPal all in one Application.

        I stopped shopping at Coles just because of Woolworths advanced Application, 4% gift cards and 10% mobile discounts… !

        • +1 vote

          Even refunds are way easier. Anything wrong you deal with a chatbot that can refund/credit you for any issues.

          Coles Online you need to call them up and speak to a voice assistant. Feels like 20 years ago :P

    • +1 vote

      If you sign up and pay with "FlyPay", you can use up to $50 worth of flybuys points against the payment.

    • +1 vote

      and you can't redeem flybuys at the register without the physical card.

      it's such a bad user experience compared to woolies.


      You can sign up to their flypay program & use your flybuys points to pay for your shopping (min 2000 points)


    Can I start and save shop or will it clear my basket

    • +2 votes

      I dont even think you need to save. Products selected will still be in your trolley whenever you log in next


    Nice, aiming to stack this with Klarna first purchase to get 5k points and I'm in 3rd week of spending $100 to get 10k points. Then I might feel a little less bitter about missing out on a Masterchef Frypan.

  • +1 vote

    Just a heads up, things may not go smoothly with click and collect at all times and places.

    Order 1: no parking spaces near collection area, call answered and groceries brought in about 15 mins. I thought 15 min wait was a bit much but maybe acceptable.

    Order 2: no parking spaces near collection area, half a dozen cars waiting with boots open, took 8 phone calls and 15 minutes of calling to get an answer. Was told just wait sorry. Ended up getting my order 1 hour and 15 minutes after getting through to them.

    Hopefully this is just an outlier but I probably won't be using them again. Depends on your local store I guess.

    For what it's worth, this was Eastgardens NSW.


      There is a Coles and a Woolworths near me that have click and collect areas in their car parks that are manned full time. You do not need to call just park and they come to you. The Coles one has recently expanded from 5 to more than 15 spaces. I just had some items substituted at Coles and it was pretty good. This is Tooronga Coles and Hawthorn east Woolies - 2 min from each other.


    Coles online doesn't work with the VPN I have to use. The entire website is borked. Surprisingly, Woolworths does. So I only have one choice to shop online with :/

  • -1 vote

    I've abandoned Coles online. We had so many selected items that were not offered (unavailable items) that it became a joke. One checkout of 59 items was met with only 23 of the original order. Woolworths will substitute from time-to-time but not at the frequency that Coles does.

    • +1 vote

      I used to get so many items out of stock or replaced etc. No matter which area in the state I used over the years. Last 3 orders have been around $200 each with no substitutes at all. I asked and they said they have more staff dedicated to online shops, collecting and searching for harder to find items, like in their stockroom too, not just on the shelves.

  • +3 votes

    Went to go do an order but by christ the Coles website is just a big smoldering heap of trash. Items that are half price dont even show up properly in the right sections, just a god awful waste of time.


    Does anyone know what happens if they are unable to fulfil all of the items in the order and it ends up under $180? Do you still get 10% off the remainder?


      Yes, the 10% holds if they fail to fill the order to a value excess of $180. The same happens for us when we buy two items from the sleeved herb range, or two items from the chinese vegetable range, where say one item is $2.50 but two items are $2…if they deliver one only then they still charge at $2.


      I think you would but may need to contact them if not applied automatically, which is a possibility. For example, when you do a 4 week deal and items are oos and you fall below the required spend you can contact them and it will be adjusted maually.