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drron

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Me -$155 for 2 weeks 6500 points.
Mrsdrron $100 for 4500 points.
 

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4 week offer. $145/week for 13,000 points.

I've never spent that much with WW in a week or in a single shop for that matter ever. WWR offer targeting is primitive and seems stuck in the stone age compared to FB. It seems they're just throwing random things out and seeing what sticks.
 

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4 week offer. $145/week for 13,000 points.

I've never spent that much with WW in a week or in a single shop for that matter ever. WWR offer targeting is primitive and seems stuck in the stone age compared to FB. It seems they're just throwing random things out and seeing what sticks.
I have this one. Into week 3 of it as of tomorrow. We do it easily though.
 
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spend $155 x 2 weeks for 6500 points. Probably could do as we have family staying.
But then the next offer will be even higher.
I think the key is to abandon them when they start putting out unreasonable offers. There are times where I will go out of my way to avoid buying at Coles/Woolies if there's no bonus or if the bonus offer is silly (e.g. spend $150 over 4 weeks to earn 6000 bonus points). Usually one of the two will have a decent bonus offer, and failing that I can always do something like a HelloFresh or Youfoodz promo to grab bonus points elsewhere. There is no end of potential grocers who are vying for my dollar. Let whoever offers the most FF points win!

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New offer for one family account:
Boost now and shop each week to collect up to 6000 points
Mon 25 Oct - Sun 31 Oct Spend $30*Get 1000 points
Mon 01 Nov - Sun 07 Nov Spend $40* Get 2000 points
Mon 08 Nov - Sun 14 Nov Spend $50*Get 3000 points
 

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Spend $30, $40 and then $50 over the next 3 weeks for a total of 6000 bonus points.
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1000 bonus points for a $100 spend.
They didn't payout on this one. Had to follow up with an email to membercare.
 

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A random bunch of offers but the one I'll be taking is the $30/$40/$50 combo @Dr Ralph has above for 6k. A few $50*2 for 3k were tempting (and may still be), but a $110 *2 for 2k was a bit rough.
 

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The challenge - find the lowest possible priced item so you don't overspend by more than 400%!
That is ridiculous mate, buy lowest priced item....

Or what they won't give you another offer like this if you spend $8 instead of 80c.

C'mon geez.
It's just too get you in the store, no more no less, no matter how much or little you spend.
 

clifford

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I no longer receive any spend X get Y points offers. They must think I'm hooked.

So I now shop at Coles where I get much better offers (as I spend quite a bit every week - why not?). This week's offers were 8,000 points for one $200 spend, and simultaneously, 7,500 points for a $200 spend each week for 2 weeks.

If Woolies doesn't want my business it certainly won't get it...
 

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That is ridiculous mate, buy lowest priced item....

Or what they won't give you another offer like this if you spend $8 instead of 80c.

C'mon geez.
It's just too get you in the store, no more no less, no matter how much or little you spend.
BTW 400% overspend = total spend of 5 cents.
 

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Now got a spend $0.01 for 800 points at Big W. With retail reopening in Melbourne this weekend an easy offer to use.
Got the same (although it was for 1000 points). Might walk up tomorrow and buy a chocolate bar...

Weirdly, my dad got 6000 points on BWS today, plus 1500 bonus points when I placed an order using his card for a $56 (less ~$2 CR) bottle of whisky. Don't know why he got the 6000 points (there was a 1500 for $50 booster in his account). He still has another 2000 points for $40 offer to use too (which is still available)...

I got a spend $50 per week for two weeks for 3500 points for Woolies too, plus 750 points for a $60 spend at BWS.

All the better for my trip to Japan next year...
 
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It is now time that I give my Woolies card a rest, unfortunately…..2 x $240 for 10,000 points! They are kidding! Each spend would be five times more than my average spend!
 

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It is now time that I give my Woolies card a rest, unfortunately…..2 x $240 for 10,000 points! They are kidding! Each spend would be five times more than my average spend!
Let us know how long it takes to come down to reasonable levels of offers.
 
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