Everyday Rewards Targeted offers

kyle

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As a data point, one of the accounts got a spend $100 and get 4000 points.

This was fulfilled with a $101.xx spend.

The following week, the offer was spend $150 and get 4400 points, so spend increased by 50%, but points only by 10%.
 

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For each of the accounts I listed above where I only had to make a purchase and receive 1k points on one and 2k points on the other each week for 8 weeks (I've made a $2.00 purchase on each and received 2k and 4k consecutively) I have now received a spend $50 for 2300 points on both, I should be OK with that, but I can see the hook being dangled for future weeks of this 8 week cycle.
 
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One family account feeling the love: spend $100 in multiple shops (one week) for 4300 points to stack with third week spend $50 x4 weeks for 6000 points.
 
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A question for folks knowledgeable about the Rewards program:

I am two weeks into a "Spend $95 each week for 4 weeks for 8,000 points" offer. (I haven't yet shopped this week, which would be week 3.)

But two other offers have just landed in my Rewards app:
  • Spend $115 each week for 4 weeks for 10,000 points
  • Spend $50 and collect 500 points
Do these three offers override each other or do they work in tandem? In other words, if I accept both of the offers above, and then spend $115 this week would I get:
  • a tick for week 3 for the existing $95/8K points offer, AND
  • a tick for week 1 for the new $115/10K points offer, AND
  • 500 points for spending $50
Or would only one or two of these apply?
 

GSP

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A question for folks knowledgeable about the Rewards program:

I am two weeks into a "Spend $95 each week for 4 weeks for 8,000 points" offer. (I haven't yet shopped this week, which would be week 3.)

But two other offers have just landed in my Rewards app:
  • Spend $115 each week for 4 weeks for 10,000 points
  • Spend $50 and collect 500 points
Do these three offers override each other or do they work in tandem? In other words, if I accept both of the offers above, and then spend $115 this week would I get:
  • a tick for week 3 for the existing $95/8K points offer, AND
  • a tick for week 1 for the new $115/10K points offer, AND
  • 500 points for spending $50
Or would only one or two of these apply?

I'd expect you to get all three, a "triple stack"
 

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Spend $50 x 4 weeks for 6,000 points. I’ll take this offer up given I get almost no offers from WW and Coles has push my offers very high so time to take a break from them.
 

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One thing I've noticed with WOW offers compared to Coles is that if say you miss week 1, you can still qualify for the following weeks. I suspect there are instances where this may not be the case however.
 

clifford

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As a Delivery Unlimited subscriber, I now no longer get any EDR offers.

But at least I can get good delivery slots at a good price.
 

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5x points on WISH Gift Cards for Father's Day - minimum $150 (although the graphic says $120), can only get points for 1 transaction (but you can buy as many as you want in that transaction - most gift cards are a max 5 per online order though). Must also buy it through the link in the e-mail - purchases directly from the Woolies Gift Card page don't count.
 
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I'd expect you to get all three, a "triple stack"
Thanks. Two out of three stacks so far.

I shopped the other day and got ticks for week 3 of the $95/8K offer and week 1 of the $115/10K offer. But the 500 points for spending $50 has not (yet?) come through. Might just take a few days though.
 

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Recent BWS offers:
  1. 1800 for $60 - completed;
  2. 1500 for $60 - activated but not completed;
  3. 1200 for $130 - WTF!!! - ignored.
I'm really not sure about the EDR AI system.
 
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