A/C B got another offer $80 one off spend for 2,000 points. Meanwhile the one-off $70 spend offer is still there.The game continues...
A) Spend $50/wk for 2 wks get 2,000 points
B) Spend $70 get 2,000 points
C) Spend $90 get 2,000 points
D) Ignore all of the above
A/c A previously receiving 4 x $50 for 10k regularly.
You should know better!!!!!!I've been spending too much.
2000 for $130 + $110/week for 2 weeks for 3000.
Dangerously under 10% return.
I think they'll go in the draw altogether, Mrs Excel's account will get some attention for a change.You should know better!!!!!!
Go stand in the corner!
Meanwhile last minute Friday offers for A & B - one off spend $90 get 3,600.
Given these accounts spend max $50.ZX / wk - there must be enough people who get hooked by these offers. Throw the hook out every few weeks, break down people's resistance (or go to work on apathy) and finally they bite.
So Flybuys have back it up with another $60 for 2,000 points Saturday to Tuesday.Just received a $60 for 2,000 points this Wed to Friday offer. I’ve basically stopped using flybuys card for last 6 weeks except for a couple of $2 purchase when walking past Coles with the hope this would get offers below $120 or more I was getting 6 weeks ago. So maybe that’s a data point on how long it takes to drop back
I would not encourage anyone to dig through the rubbish bin at Coles to find dockets they can claim Flybuy points and bonus offers on. However, given the lacklustre Flybuys offers people have received recently, I do have to question how else people can earn Flybuys points by shopping at ColesThe clock is ticking on the spend declines.
This week received 2,000 point offers (differenct accounts) for a one-off $70 spend, and an $80 spend. Left the buttons alone.
Still better than the $90 last week that was left ignored.
Another account has received spend $50/wk for 2 weeks to get 2,000 points. No interest will wait for 4 x $50 for 10k. Next round of those offers should surface next week or the week after.
Hmm.I would not encourage anyone to dig through the rubbish bin at Coles to find dockets they can claim Flybuy points and bonus offers on. However, given the lacklustre Flybuys offers people have received recently, I do have to question how else people can earn Flybuys points by shopping at Coles
That's a great double double offer offer.Hmm.
I just had a double up offer (2 offers overlapping on one day). Spend $210 for 8400 points x 2. So $88 of points for a $210 spend!
That's the point. You could find a receipt that obviously didn't have a FlyBuys card scanned and then claim it was your own. I've never done it, though I have been tempted. I do wonder if they would get on to you though.Some receipts too say, "you could have earnt xx_ points, join FB now to claim the points"...
Edit, don't see buying food at Coles and earning FB points as useless activity, meaningless activity, see it as a way of keeping your VFF poings and account alive,
oh really, you deliberately spent loose change a few times & you've been offered a $50 weekly spend.