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Purchase Any 2 Red Rock Deli Products at Coles (Excl. 50g Packs), Get a $5 Coles eGift Card via Redemption @ Red Rock Deli

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Hey Customer,

It’s that time again! Time to Dive into the Deli with another incredible offer:

A choice between a $5 Coles Gift Card (guaranteed) or a chance to win a 5 Star Luxury Escape!

This year, our major prize could take you and a friend to the award winning exquisite qualia resort on Hamilton Island. A private world of sensory perfection surrounded by the natural wonder of the Great Barrier Reef.

To take advantage of this offer, buy any two participating Red Rock Deli® products in one transaction from Coles and enter the competition by 3rd July 2024. You could be rewarded with more than just your favourite flavour!

If you have purchased the two participating Red Rock Deli® products, enter the competition below.

If you choose the guaranteed $5 Gift Card, why not use it on our new Red Rock Deli® Crostini range. Whether you're creating a grazing board for a dinner party, or simply looking for an afternoon snack, dive into a world of irresistible flavours.


*Excludes Red Rock Deli 50g Chips packs. Aus. res. 18+ only. Starts 29/5/24 9am AEST. Ends 3/7/24 11:59pm AEST. Keep receipt(s). Purchase 2 participating Red Rock Deli products in one transaction from any Coles supermarket or Coles online (excluding Coles Express stores and fuel outlets) to qualify for entry. Enter online at redrockdeli.com.au/coles . Limit 1 entry permitted for every 2 x participating Red Rock Deli products purchased in 1 transaction. Max 1 entry per person, phone no. and email address each day. Max 5 entries per person, phone no. and email address in total. Every entrant is entitled to a Minor Prize upon completing a qualifying purchase, but may choose to forfeit their Minor Prize for the chance to win a Major Prize. Major Draw: 3pm AEST, 5/7/24, 51A / 23 Norton St, Leichhardt NSW 2040. Major Prize: 1 x trip for two (2) people to Hamilton Island, QLD for 3 nights (valued at up to AUD$14,600). Major Prize must be taken between 11/10/24 & 1/7/25 (exclusions apply). Minor Prize (guaranteed receipt if you do not select entry into Major Draw): $5 Coles eGift Card. Major Prize winner published at www.redrockdeli.com.au on 12/7/24. Promoter: The Smith's Snackfood Company Pty Limited t/a The Red Rock Deli Chip Company (ABN 31 057 976 940), 553-567 South Road, Regency Park, SA 5020. See redrockdeli.com.au/coles for Terms and Conditions. NSW Authority No. TP/653. Permit No's: ACT TP 24/00629 & SA T24/511.

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Comments

  • Whats guaranteed in life ?
    NOTHING !

  • +40

    Cole’s have large chips half price this week for $3.
    Thus 2x packets for $1

    • oh fr

    • +3

      Maybe You have 10% off or similar offer via flybuys, only $5.4 for them.

    • +3

      Found the guy that doesn't like to gamble.

  • +3

    from 29th of may aye

    • +1

      Yeah, OP has scored enough eGCs already.

  • +3

    it used to be $1.5 on special but those days gone :(

    probably best teste in the chips but Aldi still couldn't copy it correctly :)

    • +11

      The company that makes the chips for Aldi most likely makes these too, and uses different flavours intentionally

      • +1

        I think they're all made by Smiths. Red Rock Deli definitely are, Aldi I think used to be, not sure if they still are or not.

        • Yeah, the Aldi has similar packaging to RedRock as well, high chance made by Smiths.

          • +6

            @clayaa: Aldi uses similar packaging to fool consumers into thinking must be the same product, or from same factory - so of similar quality.

            As reported in articles in media, especially trade mags.

            Aldi fans usually say it's the same product, only cheaper. (It's not!)

            Keeps the lawyers busy making sure it won't end up in court over accusation of 'passing off' - by making it just enough different!!

            Rather than spending money on product development & promotion like major brands.

            But as there are only a limited number of factories producing these products - highly likely from same factory as major brands.
            BUT factories do produce lines of different qualities…

            • @INFIDEL: Seems like you got a deep knowledge of consumer goods rules!

              • @clayaa: Have advised a supplier to Aldi.
                Aldi tactics are eye-opening!!
                Aldi customers only seem to care about the price.

              • +7

                @clayaa: Except he got it wrong, it's true that most products at aldi are mainstream brand being rebadge, all of their chips mentioned above are made by Pepsico. Same as the bread by helga and many other staples.
                trust me because I worked within the industry for ages. Margin within those grocery items is tiny, it'd be a fool not to use excess capacity. And if you see products with different sticker slapped on them but same packaging then truth be told they are the same, even for the flavouring because making any changes to the production line will cause a cascading effect that no one want to spend extra for little gain, the quickest way to make extra money is to just change the label roll and new packaging.

            • -3

              @INFIDEL: Mate, you got no idea what happens inside so stop spreading conspiracy.

              • +1

                @lgacb08: Lol! From experience being called in by a supplier to Aldi… And reports of court cases of Aldi passing off their products as a name brand!

                I'm trying to stop the popular but unfounded conspiracy theories about Aldi being exactly the same as major brands.

                Aldi fans never accept it is true, just accept what they want to believe from other believers😝

              • @lgacb08: When Aldi goes out to suppliers those who are able to supply will be the ones with the scale already setup to supply a major supermarket chain, and factories efficient enough to offer a low price. Naturally the supplier of home brand products to Aldi ends up being the manufacturer that produces a major brand.

                Red bull makes the Aldi flying power, it doesn't hurt their brand because Flying Power is not sold anywhere where Red Bull is sold. So why wouldn't they sell their excess factory capacity.

                If they could make the home brand product 'lower quality' they would already be making their original brand lower quality too. Running a separate formulation though the plant adds expense and cost, what for? Just to spite people that shop at Aldi?
                Hence the products are usually identical.

                There is no 'conspiracy', it's a straightforward understanding of modern supply chains.

                Competitors are free to take Aldi to court, what is the outcome of those court cases?

                Here's an interesting one for you, Viagra has a trademark on the particular blue used in their pills. Why? Because the actual product has already been copied so effectively all that is left is the appearance of differences. Pfizer has since sold Viagra because it wasn't making them enough money anymore.

                • +1

                  @greatlamp: Mate, you're quoting the wrong guy, he has shut up now because he ran out of story to tell.

                  • @lgacb08: Right, easy to get lost when the thread goes flat

                    • +1

                      @greatlamp: Just replying here becasue for some reason I am unable to reply to threads in the NZ Map deal, and you made a point that needs a response.

                      Since I'm hijacking a thread I'll make it brief:

                      Using economics to justify cutting services is a classic talking point of neoliberal billionaires

                      Using economics is neoliberal?

                      you should be considering where your information comes from

                      It comes from basic economics, the exact same thing you are using in this thread here ie "it's a straightforward understanding of modern supply chains."

                      You seem to understand the theory, yet don't want to apply it equally?

                      • +1

                        @1st-Amendment: I made a point about remote areas lacking services. Did you understand from my point that the way you are using economics is disingenuous?

                        • @greatlamp:

                          the way you are using economics is disingenuous?

                          If something is not economically viable, then why continue funding it? This is not 'neoliberal', it's common sense.

                          Using an example to combine threads. Should the government pay millions of dollars to Aldi to setup a supermarket in a small rural town with only a few hundred customers? One that continues to lose money year in and year out?

                          • @1st-Amendment:

                            year in and year out

                            An appreciation of the passage of time is what is missing from your understanding.

                            Economics considers this, you do not. Is the small rural rown growing in population or shrinking? What factors are necessary for a population to grow?

                            A growing town will produce benefits for the economy.

                            My cricisism of your comment is that you don't actually understand economics or you are being intentionally disingenuous by ignoring this.

                            • @greatlamp:

                              An appreciation of the passage of time is what is missing from your understanding.

                              Er… I was the one that raised it specifically to demonstrate the point…

                              Economics considers this, you do not.

                              Er… I just did… in my example…

                              Is the small rural rown growing in population or shrinking? What factors are necessary for a population to grow? A growing town will produce benefits for the economy.

                              Sure but you are only asking this question now after already assuming that I had not considered it, when clearly I had since I was the one that raised it.

                              My cricisism of your comment is that you don't actually understand economics or you are being intentionally disingenuous by ignoring this

                              It actually seems like you made some incorrect assumptions and built an argument on that…

                              • @1st-Amendment: I am referring to the comment in the other thread.

                                • @greatlamp:

                                  I am referring to the comment in the other thread.

                                  Right so when you said:

                                  The reason those areas remain 'remote' is precisely because they lack services.

                                  Was not really what you meant. Sounds like you're now saying 'that depends on the viability of the location' (eg the Aldi analogy)?

                                  Because simply building an Aldi in the desert will not make that place successful will it?

                                  If growth can be shown and there's a net benefit then it works, but what if it doesn't? How long do you keep pouring money into a hole? When it's someone else's money, it seems that they never stop pouring.

                                  • @1st-Amendment:

                                    Was not really what you meant. Sounds like you're now saying 'that depends on the viability of the location' (eg the Aldi analogy)?

                                    Yes that is what I meant. That is why I mentioned the issue of population loss from remote towns. In the context of your message that I was responding to, I thought it was clear. Do I need to spell out every possible exception for a point to be valid? You focused the reference to economics, without understanding the point I was raising.

                  • @lgacb08: Are you suggesting that tweaking minor ingrediants in a supply chain is not easy, modifying the spices would be very simple, potatos and oil the same but modifying the spices is relativly simple given they make a variety of flavours.

            • @INFIDEL: Did you think about this for more than two seconds?

              Keeps the lawyers busy

              From what? Suing themselves for rebranding their own products and selling them at different prices? Because if that was an issue, we wouldn't have a dairy industry.

              Aldi fans usually say it's the same product, only cheaper. (It's not!)

              I'm an Aldi fan, and know a lot of fellow Aldi fans, and I don't know any Aldi fans that say this. We know they're not the same products. What we do know is this:

              But as there are only a limited number of factories producing these products - highly likely from same factory as major brands.

              Re this:

              BUT factories do produce lines of different qualities…

              And they also don't - see my pop working for Norco and swapping over the wrapper cassettes for exactly the same butter, for example.

              • -1

                @GrueHunter:

                Did you think about this for more than two seconds?

                How insulting!
                A more appropriate question is - Did you??

                There is so much published about Aldi's strategy of copying products. They parasitically prey on name brand products (costing plenty for the brands to develop & promote) to sell their copycat products.
                Many of Aldi products wouldn't exist without the reputation of the name brand product.

                Yes I've thought about & investigated it, as a former owner of a business consultancy, working with businesses in the industry. I learnt a lot over years!

                There my information came from the business, so I could develop new strategies, products & services for them. People on the factory floor may have a very different view.

                I'm an Aldi fan, and know a lot of fellow Aldi fans

                "There are none so blind as those who will not see"
                As my primary school teacher used to say to those relying on their own incorrect beliefs, what others have told them, & just ignorance, rather than looking for the evidence!

                My sources are online retail industry magazines reporting on Aldi copying. And it's effect on other retailers.
                Confidential business discussions with a supplier to Aldi.
                And reports of court cases where Aldi lawyers defended claims of "passing off" their product as a rival name brand one. Both here & overseas.

                Easy to search "Aldi copying" online!
                I've added information on those sources in Aldi Deals over a long time!

                same product, only cheaper…
                I don't know any Aldi fans that say this. We know they're not the same products.

                You are a savvy shopper!
                Unlike many fans who comment online!

                Even Aldi's slogan "Good. Different." May hint at the possibility of same product, just a little different, for their shoppers.

                There have been many "same factory" claims in Deals here. Common in Aldi discussions elsewhere.
                All relying on lack of proof of manufacturer to prove their theories😝

                Aldi is not a publicly listed company. It doesn't disclose its manufacturers. That secrecy leads to lots of uninformed theories!!!

                And of course, some products would come from same factory. But that doesn't mean it's the same product!!

                Changing the seasoning & packaging of potato chips is very easy!

                I've been through multinational factories that produce multiple food products on same production line. Changing far more than that in next run for different product. Discussed that issue at factory.

                Its all been discussed before…
                eg This comment (without any proof) claimed that product is identical to those sold elsewhere, with exactly the same Nutritional Information Panel… So must be from same factory!

                Which I debunked in following comments! Of course a true Aldi fan wouldn't believe anything they didn't already believe!
                (Seen same with cult followers!)

                As copying name brand products is a tactic use in different countries by Aldi…
                It really does…

                Keeps the lawyers busy

                In both ensuring the product is enough different to avoid costly legal cases (but similar enough to attract name brand consumers to try it), & defend Aldi when the obvious copying ends up in court!

                So many legal discussions about passing off products & legal action…
                Aldi’s Business Model And Intellectual Property Law

                Aldi can't do what they do without good legal advice😉 It's vital for survival if your work or product is likely to be contested.

                (Even I sought sound legal advice many times to run my businesses. That saved me when I was threatened for infringing copyright. I hadn't, but would likely have lost my business if if I hadn't taken precautions.)

                UK experience
                How Aldi gets away with brand imitation

                How Does Aldi Get Away With So Many Copycat Products?

                So much has been written about Aldi's copying. Including whether production is in same factories (some like chips are made in same factory as name brand) and copying brand name products - strange you don't know it happens😝

              • -1

                @GrueHunter: As I said, 'BUT factories do produce lines of different qualities…'

                I've visited some modern factories than can quickly change products being produced.

                Certainly didn't mean all old factories are capable! Some are beyond their usable life!

                And they also don't - see my pop working for Norco and swapping over the wrapper cassettes for exactly the same butter, for example.

                Norco then was a very bad example of plant that is fit for purpose - in modern flexible manufacturing. Most was ancient. Norco didn't move with the times.

                I grew up knowing about Norco. Along with family discussions of the decline in farmer coops & dairy production.

                As a farmer cooperative established in 1895, it lacked the capital needed to upgrade.

                Production lines were certainly not flexible to adapt to different products! Like modern factories. Let alone fit for Aldi contracts!!

                Aldi would not have been interested in producing its products there!!

                The cooperative has been seen in decline for decades.
                Hampson, who took the top job in October 2019, has orchestrated a turnaround of the dairy co-operative, which he says was suffering from decades of stagnancy and inaction.

                Before the devastating Lismore floods, the ice cream line was in need of a major overhaul. Back then, viewed a video of the decrepit production facility, when discussing Norco as a case study of decline.
                Heard Norco wanted a huge bail out by taxpayers. Jobs were the bargaining chip…

                $100M in investment later ($46M by taxpayers) - its working again.

                That doesn't mean modern factories aren't adaptable!
                But certainly the old Norco ones weren't!

                But surely you knew that already?

                Did you think about this for more than two seconds?

                So why question my understanding??
                When yours seems very lacking!

              • @GrueHunter: Indeed, some private label products are different/inferior to the public label, some can be identical products in different packaging (such as your example or this one), and some private label products may even be different/measurably superior to the public label.

                How Costco Convinces Brands to Cannibalize Themselves

                according to a Reddit user who worked at a Costco supplier, Kirkland products have to be at least 1% better than the equivalent branded products (on some metric of their choosing). Costco forces manufacturers to compete with a better version of themselves.

  • +1

    Thanks OP!

  • +2

    Total 5 entries means $25 e-gift card?

    • +1

      Max 1 entry per person, phone no. and email address each day.
      Max 5 entries per person, phone no. and email address in total.

      • -1

        so $5 each day?

        • yep, one $5 claim per day. Can use the same details (e,g same name, phone no., email etc) to claim again once per day for total of five entries.

          • +3

            @ULT: you reckon can get 5 receipts on the same day but claim on 5 separate days?

            • +1

              @Poor Ass: No where in the terms does it say you can not do that, especially since each receipt will have a different transaction number.

              The form asks for date of purchase and for you to upload a copy of your receipt which will be different every time you claim so they have no reason to decline you since it does not breach current T&Cs.

              I'd keep the physical receipts in the event they come back asking for more info (since they request it in the T&Cs "Keep Receipt(s)").

              • @ULT: $3 a pack for 165g currently cheapest is that right

                • @Poor Ass: Yep, I’m at Coles right now to fulfill my 50 dollar shop and it’s 3 bux a pack 165G, bought the beef rendang and crispy chicken sweet garlic to try, and a few other staple flavours

                  • @ULT: Why $50? Your budget, or Coles deal

                    • +1

                      @dangerdanger: $50 spend each week for 4 weeks for 10k points deal.

                    • @dangerdanger: MissOzB is correct. I also purposely skipped last $50 10k deal so i got it again lol

                  • +4

                    @ULT: They did something quite special with the rendang, it has a unique flavour I've not had across any other chip that encapsulates the flavour of rendang quite well. The crispy chicken is your regular, lacklustre chicken flavour

                    I've noticed that most of the limited edition flavours that get released (BBQ + beef flavours especially) don't differentiate themselves and just try to be "vague, unidentifiable 'beef' flavour, plus too much sweetness and salt". Rendang does away with that thanks to the coconuttiness

                    The best chicken flavour I've come across is either the Shapes Fried Chicken biscuits or original Chicken flavours from various brands (Thins and Bluebird being my preference)

                    • @SpainKing: might need to stock up on some more rendang its uniquely nice. yeah i do notice the overly sweet limited edition chips but im a sweet tooth so i dont mind it too much, but the sweetness does get to me faster thus preventing me from overeating, so thats a plus

                    • @SpainKing: Oh i quite like the honey soy chick its like one of my top chip flavours

                      • @ATTS: I go through phases where I froth it and then need a break for a few months. I'll be honest though, it's omission was because I'd completely forgot about it (definitely plays in the big leagues for chip flavours)

                        • @SpainKing: Nice

                          I cycle brands which on sale. Perfect timing for me

            • +7

              @Poor Ass: Can do it all on the one receipt, over 5 days of claiming.
              HOW MANY TIMES CAN I ENTER?

              Multiple entries permitted subject to the following:

              limit one (1) entry permitted per every two (2) eligible products purchased in one (1) transaction;
              limit one (1) entry per person, email & phone number per day;
              max five (5) entries per person, email and phone number in total;

              CAN I USE MY RECEIPT TWICE IF I HAVE PURCHASED MULTIPLE RED ROCK DELI® PRODUCTS?
              Yes. A maximum of five entries is permitted per transaction/receipt. One entry is permitted for every 2 Red Rock Deli® products purchased up to a maximum of one entry per day and 5 entries in total. Each entry must be completed separately.

  • +1

    Thanks OP.

  • +3

    Hope they are on sale, who can afford a pack of full priced chips these days they are insane

    • +1

      Coincidentally, they're on 1/2 price at Coles

    • imagine how much they make them for, potatoes are cheap, the margin has to be huge

      • Whatever happened to the saying "cheap as chips"? 😔

  • +1

    I've decided not to bite on any more of these style of promos, been burnt too many times. Who needs chips anyway?

  • Dips are 2 for $8 too, will get one of each to try as well as 6x half price chips.

  • +1

    the submit button isnt working?

    • +1

      Same here, tried Chrome on laptop and phone to no avail

      • Just worked for me. Chrome on Android.

      • Same here. Safari, chrome and Firefox not submitting

        • +4

          Figured it out, was my file size. No error message, just didn't submit. Lower res picture did the trick

  • +1

    Your personal data for 5$. That might be hacked and stolen from them.

    • +1

      They can sell my fake data

    • +17

      Pretty sure my data has been stolen for free this last few years. Might as well do it for $5.

  • The gift card send to my email if its correct? Ta

  • +3

    Claimed for $5. It says need to wait 5 business days to validate the claim. Then still have to follow their instructions on how to get that gift card.

  • +1

    Claimed the $5 voucher let's see how long this takes!

    • +1

      Received this morning 👍

      • +1

        Redeemed in store last night easy 👋

  • I know it was asked above but has anyone bought 5 x 2 packs and just claiming day by day?

  • Anyone get any sort of e-mail receipt after they submitted it?

    • +1

      yes, within a few mins.

      You have chosen to receive a $5 Coles eGift Card!
      Please allow up to 5 business days to validate your claim. If successful, you will receive an email with information on how to claim your gift card.

      • Found it, junkmail

  • +2

    Anyone got their $5 eGiftcard yet?

  • +3

    Anyone getting a "something went wrong" error?

    Edit: Cropped my receipt pic and it worked

    • +1

      Crazy they don't allow jpg images to be uploaded. Could be a reason

      • They do. I uploaded jpg

    • Thanks for your hint, then it worked.

  • +1

    Chips are half price again this week ($3 each large bag), good opportunity to cash in.

  • Still haven't received the $5 gift card

  • Did anyone do this off 1 receipt for 10 packets uploading the same one every day yet?

  • is a real phone number required?

    • Assumption is no, last time it was prezee gift card via email

  • +1

    Got an email my claim was rejected! Reason: The image uploaded is not an itemised receipt/invoice. It's the Coles receipt showing the 10 items - albeit description doesn't have the flavours but none of them did and it's beyond my control. Anyone else have this issue?

    • You're right. There's no detailed description of the purchased items. They may reject all claims if it is the case.

    • Tell them to take it up with Coles.

    • +3

      My Coles receipt was the same, are they going to reject all these claims?

      That would mean any receipt for this promotion will be rejected

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