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½ Price Byron Bay Cookies 100g $1.50 @ Woolworths

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½ Price Byron Bay Cookies 100g $1.50 @ Woolworths, previous "half price" was $1.25, but inflation blah blah blah

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  • +1

    Always a great deal cheers OP! I'd upvote but I'm against all this voting nonsense.

    • -1

      Pardon?

    • -1

      Correct me if I'm wrong but you do appear to have voted on 7131 deals…? https://www.ozbargain.com.au/user/62380/stats

      • +9

        Think it's an election joke.

        • +4

          Do you mean an attempted election joke?

      • +5

        In a true democracy, everyone should be forced to vote. Or be fined. A lot

        • +2

          I agree. Every deal.

  • +1

    Even at $3 I find these well worth they money.

  • +10

    Anyone else not a fan of the compound chocolate in these?

    • +5

      Imagine getting downvoted for having a different taste bud. Have an upvote.

    • Sometimes, when you’re stuck in the compound, any chocolate will do

    • +1

      Try Kookas Country Cookies https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/158154/koo... . Far superior in my view and only 82c/kg at their normal price, basically half the BB special price.

      • Are you sure it’s 82c a kilo? That’s cheaper than sugar. It would be 82c/100gm probably.

    • Compound chocolate at this price, seriously ?

  • +1

    I was doing so well on my diet :(

    • +1

      KFC diet :D

      • Haha it’s week 3 and I have not had 1 zinger box… god what I wouldn’t do for a delivered large zinger box with an extra side of 10 wicked wings right now….

        • +2

          Wicked wing is really hit and miss at my local… sometimes tiny wings with massive amounts of underseasoned batter. Other times it is firey hot and nice thin batter and huge wings.

          But when they are good they hit the spot.

          • +3

            @azukay: I find wicked wings generally acceptable at my local… the tenders however ffffffff - they are very hit and miss. Either dry as hell like they’ve been in the hotbox for 72 hours - or the most magnificent fried and seasoned chicken you ever had and has you questioning if you’re actually in a 10 year coma and your family is trying to wake you up…

  • +6

    Are these the cookies that used to be served as snacks on some QANTAS flights? I always found them odd tasting, kinda like there was too much bicarb soda in the mix…

    • +2

      Virgin had them too sometimes

    • +6

      yeah absolutely, theyre like chalky - don't get the fuss about them

      • +2

        They taste like a small business sold its brand to a big business who proceeded to make things as cheap as possible and kept the branding.

      • Absolutely agree- not sure why they're so popular. Tried once and find them average at best…

    • Freshens your breath

    • Maybe these are cookies that taste better microwaved

  • +1

    Yeah I love smartness cookies but didn't like these. Bought them earlier today. Tried the chocolate chunk ones though, and surprisingly really like them.

  • +1

    Which flavours are good? Thanks.

  • +5

    Byron Bay Cookies

    I prefer the Nimbin variety.

    /s

  • +3

    Another bargain tip - the Red Cross gives these away for free when you donate blood!!

  • +1

    Taste very artificial.

    Prob better to mix a block of butter, some sugar and 200g flour, them bake it in the oven. Clogs arteries, but will be tasty if anyone is keen.

  • Tell me about inflation; Coke 1.25L varieties half price used to be $1.25, now they're $1.75

  • Wow, cookies at the price of chocolate?.. Or nuts? No thank you.

  • +6

    Put "Byron Bay" in the name and suddently people think it's some special cookie when it's not even average at best.
    Marketing at its best.

    • They are not selling commodities cookies are made of (flour, sugar) they are selling a word on the box.

      • Don't ever refer to a cookie as a commodity pls. There are an abundance of varieties out there.

        • I did not, components it is made of are… Plus labour.

    • +2

      They're overpriced but they are delicious. Hard to go past Woolworth's own cookies.

  • +1

    I sampled this the last time it was 50% off at Woolies and it's both a waste of money and calories quota

    • Really? I get them occasionally for when I have people over and they all love them.

      • Fair enough.
        It was a "thank goodness it was 50% off -> do not buy again" for everyone here

        Different cookies for different folks!

  • ya these were average at best

  • +1

    best cookies recommendations anyone? since many people don't seem to like these

    • +1

      Belmont signature 40% chocolate chip cookies at Aldi are pretty good. And great value for $2.69/400g.

      • +1

        Coles choc chip cookies in box come in a few flavours and not bad either.

  • +2

    Kookas Country Cookies are amazing and basically half the BB price per 100g at Colesworth on a normal day

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