Everyday Rewards Targeted Offers

Spend $100 for 2700 points (that's the one)

Spend $120 for 1200 points (2 accounts got this one)

Spend $80/week for 2 weeks for 1400 points, yes 700 points each week (Seriously?)

Spend any amount for 10x points

Looks like some very lame offers all around for most of us. These were the exciting changes to the program?
 
I was away for nearly 7 weeks and no Woolworths spends, and had hoped that I might get some decent offers for a change.
Nope the same old lousy offers e.g. 3 x points on Thomas Dux products.
 
I was away for nearly 7 weeks and no Woolworths spends, and had hoped that I might get some decent offers for a change.
Nope the same old lousy offers e.g. 3 x points on Thomas Dux products.
Makes Coles look pretty attractive ATM. However, our local Coles (Gungahlin, ACT) is completely hopeless, where every order has a number of out of stocks on delivery, making the actual spend less than the award threshold.

Means I have to phone the Flybuys call centre every week to get the award processed manually (and that's quite a pain), but still better than the nothing from Woolies...
 
Some handy earners at Big W at the moment, if you need any of the promo items (mostly in toys... but some are general).

A Logitech desk mat or basic wireless mouse for $29 will get you a 2,000 point bonus (or 69x points!). Plenty of others on a decreasing benefit scale, plus some more aspirational ones in the 5,000 and 10,000 points bonus categories.

See here: https://www.bigw.com.au/collection/bonus-toy-sale-rewards-points

Cheers,
Matt.
 
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A repeat of the spend $70 for 650 points x two weeks. We're going to be away so no thanks.
 
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Makes Coles look pretty attractive ATM. However, our local Coles (Gungahlin, ACT) is completely hopeless, where every order has a number of out of stocks on delivery, making the actual spend less than the award threshold.

Means I have to phone the Flybuys call centre every week to get the award processed manually (and that's quite a pain), but still better than the nothing from Woolies...
Really? My agent just hangs up on me. Too much of a Scrooge to even manually credit 2000 points. Did I mention each call lasts 20 minutes?
 
Single online spend of $150 for 5000 points.

I'm going away for two weeks at the end of next week, so no real need for a big grocery shop.

But given that only one of the Woolies that I mainly shop at has a BWS attached, I'll finger that one and load in some wine to make that target.
 
Another spend any amount for 2000 points on the same account, this will be offer number three in the last six weeks, once every other week.
 
One account spend $130 for 1300 points

Another account spend $100 for 1000 points

Another account 10x points for any spend

Awful offers continue.
 

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