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Coles ½ Price: Cadbury Ice Cream Sticks 4 Pk $4.75, Cheezels 125g $1.62, Four 'N Twenty Traveller Classic Beef Pie $1.85 + More


Coles half price specials, valid from Wed 20 September to Tue 26 September. Taken from the VIC metro catalogue.

Dairy, Eggs & Meals Was Now Save Discount
Almond Breeze Extra Creamy Almond Milk 1 Litre $4.50 $2.25 each $2.25 50%
Pantry Was Now Save Discount
Cheezels 125g $3.25 $1.62 each $1.63 50%
Smith's Crinkle Cut or Double Crunch Potato Chips 150g-170g $4.80 $2.40 each $2.40 50%
McVitie's Go Ahead or Digestives Chocolate Biscuits 174g-266g $4.40 $2.20 each $2.20 50%
La Española Olive Oil 1 Litre $22.00 $11.00 each $11.00 50%
Maharajah's Basmati Rice 5kg $23.00 $11.50 each $11.50 50%
Latina Filled Pasta 625g $11.00 $5.50 each $5.50 50%
Oreo Share Pack Mini Cream Biscuits 157g $4.00 $2.00 each $2.00 50%
Ritz Share Box Mini Crackers 155g-160g $4.00 $2.00 each $2.00 50%
Kinder Tronky Multipack Biscuit Bars 90g $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
McVitie's Digestives Tops Biscuits 100g $2.00 $1.00 each $1.00 50%
Cadbury Cake Bars or Rolls 105g-130g $6.00 $3.00 each $3.00 50%
Heinz Ketchup 500mL $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
Heinz Seriously Good Mayonnaise or Aioli 285mL-295mL $5.50 $2.75 each $2.75 50%
Plumrose Leg Ham 340g $10.50 $5.25 each $5.25 50%
Nice & Natural Nut Bars 180g-192g $5.00 $2.50 each $2.50 50%
Freezer Was Now Save Discount
Streets Gaytime Multi Pack 400mL $10.00 $5.00 each $5.00 50%
Charlotte's Bakery Pies 2 Pack 400g $11.80 $5.90 each $5.90 50%
Four 'N Twenty Traveller Classic Beef Pie 160g $3.70 $1.85 each $1.85 50%
Cadbury Dairy Milk Ice Cream Tub 460mL $12.00 $6.00 each $6.00 50%
Cadbury Ice Cream Sticks 4 Pack 300mL-360mL $9.50 $4.75 each $4.75 50%
Drinks (some drinks more expensive in NSW) Was Now Save Discount
Kirks Soft Drink 10x375mL $11.60 $5.80 each $5.80 50%
Nescafé Coffee Sachets 8 Pack-10 Pack $7.60 $3.80 each $3.80 50%
Powerade Sports Drink or Active Water 600mL $3.85 $1.92 each $1.93 50%
Schweppes Mixers or Mineral Water 4x300mL $6.90 $3.45 each $3.45 50%
Bubly Sparkling Water 8x375mL or Schweppes Sparkling Water 10x375mL $15.00 $7.50 each $7.50 50%
Pepsi, Solo or Sunkist Soft Drink 10x375mL $15.00 $7.50 each $7.50 50%
Vittoria Nespresso Compatible Coffee Capsules 10 Pack $7.50 $3.75 each $3.75 50%
Household Was Now Save Discount
Finish Ultimate Pro Dishwashing Tablets 46 Pack or or 0% 48 Pack $54.00 $27.00 each $27.00 50%
Cold Power Advanced Clean Laundry Powder 2kg $24.00 $12.00 each $12.00 50%
Mortein PowerGard DIY Professional Indoor & Outdoor Surface Spray 2 Litre $40.00 $20.00 each $20.00 50%
Morning Fresh Dishwashing Liquid 900ml $9.50 $4.75 each $4.75 50%
Easy off Bam Cleaner 750mL or Bathroom Cleaner 590gm $8.50 $4.25 each $4.25 50%
Glen 20 Disinfectant Spray 375g $11.50 $5.75 each $5.75 50%
Organic Choice Luxe Laundry Liquid 1 Litre $10.50 $5.25 each $5.25 50%
Smash Blue Stainless Steel Barista Buddy 350mL $21.00 $10.50 each $10.50 50%
Health & Beauty Was Now Save Discount
L'Oréal Elvive Bond Repair Shampoo 200mL or Conditioner 150mL $17.00 $8.50 each $8.50 50%
Colgate Optic White High Impact or Express White Toothpaste 85g $12.00 $6.00 each $6.00 50%
Colgate Plax Mouthwash Fresh Mint 1 Litre $12.00 $6.00 each $6.00 50%
Colgate Sensitive Toothpaste 110g $9.00 $4.50 each $4.50 50%
Hask Shampoo or Conditioner 355mL $17.00 $8.50 each $8.50 50%
Glow Lab Shampoo or Conditioner 600mL $33.00 $16.50 each $16.50 50%
Bosisto's Body Wash Pump 1 Litre $16.00 $8.00 each $8.00 50%
Nivea Antiperspirant Aerosol Deodorant 250mL $8.50 $4.25 each $4.25 50%
Nivea Express Hydration or Rich Nourishing Body Lotion 400mL $9.50 $4.75 each $4.75 50%
Oral B Pro 800 Crossaction Electric Toothbrush 1 Pack $100.00 $50.00 each $50.00 50%
L'Oréal Revitalift Clinical Vitamin C Brightening Serum 30mL $60.00 $30.00 each $30.00 50%
L'Oréal Elvive Shampoo or Conditioner 300mL $8.50 $4.25 each $4.25 50%
Colgate Optic White Pro Series 4.5% Express Teeth Whitening Pen 1 Pack $50.00 $25.00 each $25.00 50%
Oral B Vitality Eco Box Electric Toothbrush 1 Pack $50.00 $25.00 each $25.00 50%
Tom Organic Reusable Pad 1 Pack $17.00 $8.50 each $8.50 50%
Schick Intuition Lemon & Berry Razor Kit with 2 Blades 1 Pack $15.00 $7.50 each $7.50 50%
Stationery & Media Was Now Save Discount
Boost $45 Sim Pack $45.00 $17.00 each $28.00 62%
Telstra $45 SIM Kit $45.00 $22.00 each $23.00 51%
NRG Batteries AA or AAA 24 Pack $26.50 $13.25 each $13.25 50%
Clothing Was Now Save Discount
Tom Organic Reusable Liner 1 Pack $13.00 $6.50 each $6.50 50%
Other Was Now Save Discount
Hershey's Cookies 'n' Creme Block Chocolate 184g $5.50 $2.75 each $2.75 50%
Toblerone 360g $16.00 $8.00 each $8.00 50%
Cadbury Roses 420g $18.00 $9.00 each $9.00 50%
Cadbury Favourites 520g $22.00 $11.00 each $11.00 50%
Lindt Lindor Chocolate Gift Box 235g $20.00 $10.00 each $10.00 50%
Centrum for Men or Women 50+ Multivitamin 60 Pack $22.00 $11.00 each $11.00 50%
Swisse Ultiboost Iron Tablets 30 Pack $13.50 $6.75 each $6.75 50%
Swisse Beauty Hair Skin Nails+ Tablets 100 Pack $37.00 $18.50 each $18.50 50%
Swisse Ultiboost Zinc+ Tablets 120 Pack $27.00 $13.50 each $13.50 50%
Swisse Ultiboost Sleep Tablets 60 Pack $29.00 $14.50 each $14.50 50%
Swisse Ultiboost Magnesium, Calcium + D3 120 Pack $31.00 $15.50 each $15.50 50%
Swisse Ultivite Men's or Women's Multivitamin 60 Pack $34.00 $17.00 each $17.00 50%
Swisse Kids Multi Gummies 120 Pack $35.00 $17.50 each $17.50 50%
Swisse Ultiboost Vitamin D Capsules 400 Pack $39.00 $19.50 each $19.50 50%
Swisse Ultiboost High Strength C Tablets 150 Pack $42.00 $21.00 each $21.00 50%
Swisse Ultiboost Glucosamine Sulfate Tablets 180 Pack $47.00 $23.50 each $23.50 50%
Swisse Ultiboost Magnesium 200 Pack $46.00 $23.00 each $23.00 50%

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  • +1

    Latina Filled

  • +8

    Honestly, is any of this food?

    • +3

      You try to tell young people these days that supermarkets used to sell mostly food, and they won't believe you.

      • +2

        Probably because you're talking nonsense to them? They do sell mainly food. If you're referring to junk food, it's still food, though if you want to change the line to "healthy food", supermarkets have been selling this kind of stuff for decades….

        Digestives have been around since 1839. Oreos have been around since 1912. Ritz have been around since 1934. Heinz ketchup has been around since 1876. Ham and olive oil have been around for 6000 years. What time period are you referring to exactly? The good old caveman days?

        • +1

          Maybe… but are they made from the same ingredients in the same way? Have a look at the ingredients list on a pack of biscuits today. I'm willing to bet it bears little resemblance to the 1912 product.

          • @Sweet3st: You're right, they switched the lard in Oreos to vegetable oil - turning what was a health food into unredeemable junk.

            As that is the only change I could find described online for Oreos in a quick Google, I will happily accept your wager on the claim that Oreos "bear little resemblance to their 1912 product". How much are we betting?

            • @callum9999: Aren't you leaving out fructose syrup and antioxidant TBHQ E319? I didn't bother checking the baking agents…

              • @Sweet3st: Wheat Flour, Sugar, Vegetable Oil (contains Antioxidant (319)), Cocoa Powder, Fructose Syrup, Cornstarch, Raising Agents (500, 503), Salt, Emulsifier (Soy Lecithin), Flavour.

              • -1

                @Sweet3st: I guess so. Perhaps we have a different definition of "unrecognisable". Swapping one type of sugar for another type or adding in minute quantities of a preservative don't reach that level for me but I guess it's subjective. I interpreted your post to be that you thought it was some kind of long Frankenstein list of bizarre ingredients whereas back in the good old days there would only be a couple - but perhaps I was wrong? (If so my apologies - I hate when people put words in my mouth so hate it when I do it to others!)

                Not to mention artificial preservatives have been used for almost 100 years, and I have no idea when Oreos began using it.

        • Maybe we should change the terminology so that we call it "junk ingestibles" then, so you don't confuse it for food.

    • Junk food?

    • Honestly?

    • There some overpriced ham and rip off pies. That's it.

  • +4

    Blah blah more price hikes but thanks for the effort posting deals .

    • +4

      Spoke to my broker today. She advised to buy a bunch more of Coles Group and Woolworths Group stock, and shop at Aldi. She obviously has no idea that they’re almost giving away stuff at 50% off!

  • +3

    Always pretty much the same crap half price week after week at Colesworth.

    Increase the prices by 10% every few months so the 50% off price in 2023 is the same as the standard price in 2021.

    Give adults some monopoly money loyalty points to make them feel better about the constant price hikes and keep them from being tempted to shop elsewhere. Give kids some plastic (or now cardboard) toys that go in the bin a few weeks later.

    Rinse and repeat.

    Makes them a fortune!

    • +1

      Just like week after week we have someone on here describing the concept of "inflation" as if it's some revolutionary thing they've just discovered, and not something that has existed as a permanent feature of the economic system!

      • I often wondered how prices continue to rise (inflation) until I was given this simple math"s problem to solve
        (FV) Future Value = (PV) Present Value + (I) Interest

        Q: where does interest come from

        Answer: it must be created from nothing to allow FV

        "Inflation is always and everywhere a monetary phenomenon, in the sense that it is and can be produced only by a more rapid increase in the quantity of money than in output.”

        They a screwing you by taxes and inflation and we all say thank you, please come again 1

        • +1

          I think you've just merged several disparate things together there and come up with a conclusion that doesn't really mean anything? I'm not a monetary expert so please correct me if I'm wrong with these statements, but:

          1) Prices rise either because costs rise, demand rises or competition reduces. It doesn't really have anything at all to do with "future value" - which is mainly used to describe returns on investments/savings.

          2) Interest doesn't need to be "created from nothing". Governments can create money and use that to pay interest if they want to, they don't have to.

          3) I understand your quote is from an (old) economist, but it just isn't true. Money supply has been rapidly increased numerous times without causing significant inflation, and the current inflation problems the world is dealing with has nothing to do with an increase in the quantity of money - it's a decrease in the supply of goods. Which you could argue is the "other side of the same coin", but the context you've put it in is specifically "creating money from nothing".

          Who is screwing us with inflation? The government is clearly trying to keep inflation down - you can claim they're incompetent if you want, but it's a bit ridiculous to claim it's deliberate.

      • Mate if you think that Woolies/Coles are raising prices simply in line with inflation and not also using clever marketing and sales tactics (like these continual half price 'specials') you are kidding yourself!

        • +2

          How do you think inflation is calculated? Inflation is a description of what retailers are doing with pricing - not a figure they should be following.

          If you're accusing them of increasing their profit margins (i.e. raising prices more than their costs are increasing by) you'd be correct. I believe they increased something like 2% this year? So that $4.50 bottle of Almond milk really should be $4.41.

          Don't get me wrong - I'd prefer a more competitive market, but I get the impression that the problem here is much bigger in people's heads than it actually is in reality. People get bamboozled by the big headline profit figure without comprehending what that translates to at an individual product level. Unless you really are this angry because they're charging 9c too much for the milk?

          • @callum9999: Again missing the point - all these half price specials, loyalty points, giveaways etc all affect the overall pricing structure. You are paying for them in increased prices across the board.

            Aldi, which doesn't really get involved in all the same marketing tactics, consistently has lower prices and has seen lower rises from an everyday shopper perspective.

            So yes the lack of competition is a very bad thing and perhaps our consumer obsessions with the weekly supermarket sales/bonus points etc are part of the problem which leads to this duopoly…..

            As far as increasing their profit margins on a necessity during a global pandemic and inflationary period….yes it does annoy me as a consumer - if you aren't annoyed I'd be questioning why?

            • +2

              @dahax77: Obviously they affect the pricing structure, but since when have they not done this?

              Has it? The items I buy in Aldi are seemingly rising in price just as much as they are in the other shops. I've definitely not noticed the savings gap getting bigger. What are you basing that on?

              I doubt it. Weekly specials are normal in most other countries I've been to were Aldi has a significant presence.

              I'm personally not greatly annoyed as I like living in a free market economy, personally have access to alternatives and don't see 2% as a big deal. I have no issue with other people getting annoyed, just think you should have some perspective.

          • @callum9999: I suppose the are two issues here
            1) they're causing inflation (like you said. But it's not just Colesworth, but manufacturers.
            2) There was justifiable price hikes during covid due to supply chain issue (from ingredients to transport). My issue is that many if not most ingredients have actually fallen in price (except dairy & wheat) back to similar precovid pricing.

            Of course you've got to remember that most people on here don't remember interest rates being at present levels.

          • @callum9999: I have met idiots who think the government tell the supermarkets when to raise prices.

      • Yes, inflation exists except for one brand of food, Hungry Jacks. The crying that goes on here when new coupon prices are released puts your local daycare to shame.

      • +1

        And we then have the people explaining away greedflation as inflation, as if they're analogous, but hey, sounds smart, right?

  • +3

    I came here to look at grocery prices and got an economics lecture. 🤬.

    • +4

      Free economics lecture? The real bargain is always in the comments.

  • mmmm cheezels

  • They just increased the price of 360g toblerone. It was $6 on half price, now $8 half price. Not worth buying.

    • Good to see them pricing themselves out of the market

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