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Earn 20x Everyday Rewards Points on Apple Gift Cards (Limit 10 Cards Per Day, In-Store Only) @ Woolworths


20x Everyday Rewards Points on Apple Gift Cards $20, $30, $50, $100, $200 & Variable Gift Cards.

Credits to HamBoi69

  • Offer available from 17/4/24 to 23/4/24 on all denominations of gift cards listed, in-store only at Woolworths Supermarkets and Woolworths Metro, scan your Everyday Rewards Card to collect 20x points.
  • Excludes Woolworths Online and MILKRUN.
  • Standard points will not be earned on amount spent on gift cards, but the relevant number of bonus points which you quality for under this offer.
  • Bonus points can take up to 14 business days to be loaded onto your Everyday Rewards Card from date of purchase.
  • Refer to individual cards for their terms and conditions.
  • For cards with a fixed value, limit of 10 cards per day per Rewards Member (can be done across multiple transactions).
  • For variable card where you choose the amount to load, limit of 10 cards per day per Rewards Member in a single transaction.
  • Reward Points $20 = 400, $30 = 600, $50 = 1000, $100 = 2000, $200 = 4000, Variable Gift Card $1 spend = 20x Reward Points.
  • TM and 2024 Apple Pty Ltd. All rights reserved. While stocks last. Card image shown may vary.

Basically 10% of the Apple gift card’s value returned to you in the form of Everyday Rewards points.1

  1. The 10% calculation assumes you opt to redeem your Everyday Rewards points for Everyday Rewards Dollars (either through Money Off Shopping or Bank For Christmas). - Credits to WookieMonster 

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  • +24

    As a general reminder, if you are going to purchase any Apple gift cards (whether it is through this deal or elsewhere), please check whether the gift card serial number on the gift card inside the packaging is the same as the gift card serial number on the back of the packaging. This image will illustrate the two serial numbers you need to compare.

    There have been numerous reports over the last few months of Apple gift cards sold at Coles and Woolworths being tampered. This is where someone takes an unactivated Apple gift card from a store, swaps out the unactivated gift card inside with an already-activated gift card, then seals up the packaging again and returns the gift card to the store. If you then purchase that tampered gift card, you are in effect activating a gift card that someone else has, rather than the gift card actually inside the packaging.

    My recommendation is to open up the Apple gift card packaging and compare the two serial numbers at the checkout before you pay for the gift cards. Some Woolworths (and Coles) staff members will not be very helpful if you pay for a tampered gift card and then ask for a refund once you realise you bought a tampered gift card, because of the general difficulties of doing a refund on an already-activated gift card.

    (Credit to @VantageXL for the image).

    • Shame that some humans stoop that low and are corrupt….

      • +6

        I know.

        Unfortunately, gift card tampering (or card draining, as some people call it) is more common than we would like to admit, so you should be on the look-out for evidence of tampering when purchasing gift cards in-person. Here are some examples I can think of:

        • Activ Visa gift cards and Vanilla Visa gift cards have recently faced issues, where someone would take the gift card from the store, open up the packaging, make a copy the card details, scratch off part of the card number, re-seal the gift card packaging and return the gift card to the store. (Interestingly, it looks like InComm (the Vanilla Visa gift card scheme owner) is being sued in the US over allegedly inadequate security on their gift cards. Yes, Vanilla Visa gift cards in the US are different to Vanilla Visa gift cards in Australia, but it is still interesting to see that…)

        • Coles Gift Mastercards (issued by Indue) had a recurring issue where someone would slip out the gift card inside the packaging and put in a random gift card back into the packaging.

        • Coles Mastercard gift cards (issued by Heritage Bank) once had an issue where the only part of the gift card inside the packaging was the part of the gift card with the activation barcode.

        • The Perfect eftpos gift cards once had an issue where someone stuck an activation barcode for another gift card over the physical gift card. I have seen a Reddit post point out something similar.

        • There have been the occasional report of WISH gift cards being redeemed not long after purchase, and it looked like someone recorded the gift card number, removed the security sticker over the PIN, recorded the PIN and then replaced the sticker.

        I am not trying to be alarmist, but you should at least be vigilant!

    • Would checking the serial no. damage the giftcard? Not sure whether you can just pull the inside card down. TIA

      • +1

        No, you are not damaging the gift card, but rather you are opening up the gift card packaging and inspecting both the packaging and the gift card itself first.

        If you were already going to purchase the gift card, would it really matter if you opened the gift card at the checkout before you paid for it?

        Having said that, if you changed your mind about purchasing the gift card after you opened it (and there were no issues with the gift card inside), that would be bad, because the store basically cannot sell that gift card anymore.

    • how do you activate a card that already has been activated? shouldn't there be an error when checking out?

      • +4

        The issue with Apple gift cards is that the gift card's activation barcode is not physically attached to the item with the gift card's redemption code. That is how gift card tampering works on these gift cards.

        That means someone can take out the piece of paper with the redemption code for an unactivated gift card, then put in anything (including an already-redeemed Apple gift card) back into the packaging to make it look like there is a gift card inside. The activation barcode on the packaging remains the same, but it is no longer the activation barcode for the gift card inside its packaging. The person who took out the unactivated gift card could then periodically check the balance for it until you scan the activation barcode at Coles or Woolworths and pay for it. The act of taking out an unactivated gift card and then putting in a different already-redeemed gift card itself does not activate the unactivated gift card.

        • that's crazy, its sad that australia is turning into america

    • FYI this isn’t foolproof. I have had an Apple gift card not activate after paying and the card was not tampered with. It was sealed and serial/barcode matched on the outside, inside, and on receipt. It was determined by woolies that it was a system error in their backend (possibly whatever connection to apple didn’t go through, but woolies said it said) and they eventually issued me a new card.

      • +1

        That has nothing to do with gift card scams though. You should receive a docket with your receipt that tells you whether the gift card was successfully activated or not and is fairly easy to sort out with staff it the backend connection failed.

    • Was waiting at the front desk, and the staff are trying to deal with this issue now.

  • +1

    Since when can you ever return a gift card?

    • +3

      You can only return a gift card if the reason you are returning it is permitted under law (including Australian Consumer Law). Hence my reference to “general difficulties”.

      For example, if you look at the section for major problem with a product on the ACCC website, it lists a few tests to determine if a product has a major problem, and then points out that you are entitled to an exchange or refund if the product you have purchased has a major problem. I think a gift card being tampered would satisfy most of the tests for a major problem.

      It is possible to do a refund on a purchase of a gift card… but this is definitely uncommon. Some examples:

      • During one 10% off Coles Mastercard gift card deal, I had the activation of a Coles Mastercard gift card declined at the checkout after I completed payment, which meant that I paid for a gift card that could not be activated. The service desk lady was willing to do a refund for me, but she had to jump through some hoops before the service desk checkout would allow a refund.

      • One time, I purchased a $500 Activ Visa gift card at Woolworths, but activation failed at the checkout and the activation receipt instructed staff needed to refund me. The staff member at the service desk originally refused to do this (for some reason), but when I asked to speak to the duty manager, they looked at the instructions on the activation receipt and refunded me without any issues.

      Although you are likely to be eligible by law for a refund or exchange on a tampered gift card, it does not mean staff know how (or are willing) to do this. Hence my suggestion to inspect first before paying, rather than inspect later and then go through the mess of trying to do a refund.

  • can i buy refurbished apple products from apple website with this gift cards ?
    Is there anyway to buy gift card on discount rather then extra bonus points?

    • +1

      can i buy refurbished apple products from apple website with this gift cards ?


      Keep in mind that the Apple website will only let you redeem a maximum of 8 Apple gift cards in one online transaction, but you can get around this by adding gift cards to your Apple Account Associated Balance first, then using that Balance in conjunction with up to 8 Apple gift cards in the one transaction.

      Is there anyway to buy gift card on discount rather then extra bonus points?

      Not really.

      These days, deals at retailers on Apple gift cards are usually in the form of bonus points, rather than upfront discounts.

      You can have a look at the Discounted Gift Card wiki to see which gift card portals sell Apple gift cards at a discount (or with cashback) everyday, but these portals usually require you to be an employee of eligible companies, or be a member of an eligible organisation. The everyday discounts are also generally not very high.

    • +2

      Discounts are rare but can happen.


      You can also buy discount gift cards that work at JB Hifi and use the discounted gift card to buy Apple gift cards at JB Hifi.

      Come down to your level of commitment and the price/value you place on your time.

      Good history:

  • +1

    Nice… been holding out for this deal to get the Macbook Air M3 for the wifey.

  • -8

    This is great timing! Bought a few of the $200 ones to pay off my tax debts to the ATO as instructed over the phone last week. Private caller ID so couldnt call them back, but fortunately they've text me a link to send the information through.

  • If I can buy 5% off woolworth gift card, does it mean it's only 5% off this deal?

    • Don’t think you can stack Woolies gift card to buy other gift cards

  • -1

    Does anyone know if I buy a new iPhone and Apple Watch with my Apple gift card, will the full price amounts be on the tax invoice as well? Coz I am considering return tax before I head to my holiday outside AU. BTW, When can we see the 30x points or 15% off offers come back? lol

    • No it will not display your discounted giftcards. It will just show the total cost of ur product on the invoice

      • +1

        Great! Thank you so much, mate

    • so yea you're good to go!

  • +1

    Any benefit of signing up for everyday extra before taking advantage of this deal?
    I’m assuming the 2X points doesn’t apply.

    • yea it does not, normally without promo you get 0 points from purchasing giftcards in Woolies

  • +1

    Are people generally opening the gift cards to verify the card numbers match before scanning them, before payment, or after both but still while at the store?

    • i did it before scanning

      • Ok thanks. I need to pick up $100-$200. I'll check for signs of tampering first at the shelf and then open it before scanning.

  • Thanks OP. Picked up a refurbished Mac mini Pro for $1530 if I add the rewards savings

  • -1

    Best thing about this post is thinking about the amount of people that have discovered a very thorough, though temporary, foolproof, step-by-step method to get free Apple gift cards 😂🤦‍♂️

    • Worst part is the amount of people sooking about it

  • -2

    FYI read the terms of the gift card, maximum of 4000 everyday rewards points:
    “In addition to the above terms and conditions, by participating in the Everyday Rewards program you agree to the Everyday Rewards Terms and Conditions. You will not collect points if collecting those points would cause you to exceed 4,000 Everyday Rewards dollars as set out in those Terms and Conditions.”


    • +6

      Did you read the last sentence of your quote?

      You will not collect points if collecting those points would cause you to exceed 4,000 Everyday Rewards dollars as set out in those Terms and Conditions.

      10 Everyday Rewards dollars is equal to 2,000 Everyday Rewards points, which means 4,000 Everyday Rewards dollars is equal to 800,000 Everyday Rewards points.

      • thanks for clarifying because i already purchased 10 cards and wanted to receive all my points.

  • Nice, Thanks OP :)

  • Anyone successfully got their rewards card added after the transaction? Bought a card last night in an hurry and forgot to scan the card.

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