1 docket per customer, per day.
Not valid in TAS or NT.
Do you have to spend $30 for these to appear on your dockets like the fuel voucher?
I don't think so because I purchased something that was under 10 dollars one time and I got the liquorland offer on the bottom.
That's weird because I spent around $15 today and there's nothing on the docket
Maybe they changed it
@Joshminey: Possibly, I looked at older dockets laying around (as little as $5) and they all had offers on them
I think you have to buy something fresh food or something like that. I've spent$2 on a salad and had them.
One that previously had the offer I bought just hot dog rolls, milk and yoghurt with. Also got milk today but no offer. Does bakery count as 'fresh food'?
@pennypincher98: I bought around $21 worth of stuff nothing quite strange
Spent $39.83 today on broccoli, carrots and other groceries but no Liquorland offers :(
no need sad, its only $5 more at DM
Uh for a start it's $6 which is 37.5% more expensive and secondly there's no DM near me.
This also happens to be Liquorland's regular price. What is your point?
Docket issued in Melbourne on 15/09/2021 also has Strongbow cans for $16. Other deals (but cheaper than OP's docket ) Heineken for $12 and James Squire for $46. (Spend was over $30, also got 10 picnicware credits as well as petrol voucher)