Woolworths gift card thread

From 9:01 AEDT 29 Apr 2024:

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Earn 1,200-2,500 Everyday Rewards points plus 3% off when you spend $180-350 on Woolworths Supermarket, Everyday WISH, Your Pick, BIG W, BWS, Dan Murphy’s, EG, Simply Groceries and Essentials gift cards.

The amount of points you earn depends on how much you spend:
  • 1,200 points when you spend $180-249.99.
  • 1,800 points when you spend $250-349.99.
  • 2,500 points when you spend $350 or more.
This offer can only be enjoyed once. To get both the 3% discount and bonus points you need to purchase via the Everyday Gifting section of the Everyday Rewards app.
Bonus points on this offer expire tomorrow (could be repeated?) but the 3% offer for app purchases is still around for a while longer.
 
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I'm interested in the Luxury gift card. Has anyone used one previously? The terms underneath seem to indicate that but when I look at the TCN website there is no Luxury version of the card. The Card Network | Gift Cards With Popular Brands

I have some shopping to do at Dior this week and so I'm trying to check if that's an accepted store for this card...
They’re functionally identical to the TCN Eftpos cards from the offer last month so you can use them basically anywhere that takes physical Eftpos card payments. The “luxury” part is just branding.
 
With the party continuing on the EFTPOS gift card front, I am at actual risk of hitting the 100K PC limit on EDR points before my next anniversary*

* Not a complaint
 
125k is the limit ;)
I can't see what would stop you doing this multiple times. 125K is just the maximum transfer at any one time. So you could do 3 x 125K to get you to points club plus and then still block things off for the rest of the year to accumulate even more QFF points for the next yearly cycle.
 
I can't see what would stop you doing this multiple times.
Because to hold it off until the new membership year I have to bank for Christmas, and as soon as I convert to QFF they convert the lot in one go. Unless you know of a workaround that I could use?
 
Because to hold it off until the new membership year I have to bank for Christmas, and as soon as I convert to QFF they convert the lot in one go. Unless you know of a workaround that I could use?
Yes, as I indicated already, convert the lot now and then go back to saving it again.
 
Hi,
I am having issues contacting about missing points - Mandy useless !
Does anyone know a working EDR email address?
 
Hi,
I am having issues contacting about missing points - Mandy useless !
Does anyone know a working EDR email address?
Tell her you need to speak to an operator and you'll get a human. (You might need to tell her a couple of times. I tried this straight off with a bot who replied "I'm knowledgeable and keen to help, please give me a chance to show you what I know." 😆)
 
Because to hold it off until the new membership year I have to bank for Christmas, and as soon as I convert to QFF they convert the lot in one go. Unless you know of a workaround that I could use?
What you need to do is manually transfer up to 250,000 EveryDay Rewards at a time over to Qantas. That will show up in your Qantas account as a single deposit of 125,000 points which is the maximum that can be counted in any one transaction towards Points Club. Once that deposit is recorded in your Qantas account (should appear in a couple of hours usually), then you can manually transfer more (up to 125,000 Qantas Points) over to Qantas as that will now appear as a separate transaction towards points club.

So to give you a hypothetical suppose you had 750,000 EveryDay Rewards points. You can do three manual transfers to Qantas. One for 250,000 EverydayRewards points to Qantas (for 125,000 Qantas points), then when you see that show up in your Qantas account, you could then do another transfer for 250,000 EveryDayRewards points to Qantas (for another 125,000 Qantas points), when that shows up in your Qantas account you can repeat this one more time for 250,000 EveryDayRewards points to Qantas (for yet another 125,000 Qantas Points). All in you would have 375,000 Qantas Points earned that qualify towards Points Club meaning you would achieve PointsClub Plus for the current program year and the following program year. The benefits of Points Club Plus are many and include the ability to earn status credits on classic awards operated by Qantas issued by Qantas and other OneWorld award programs, a Qantas Club membership, Qantas wine club membership, a 10% discount on Qantas wine and more.

Hope that shines on a light on the situation.

-RooFlyer88
 
What you need to do is manually transfer up to 250,000 EveryDay Rewards at a time over to Qantas.
Unfortunately, Everyday Rewards do not allow you to partially transfer points to Qantas. My membership year just reset and I wanted to transfer my banked points to unlock Points Club Plus right off the bat but they couldn't do it. I even tried asking them to remove most of my points and gradually reinstate them so that I could transfer batches of 250,000 points but apparently only select EDR staff possess that ability and their powers are reserved for "exceptional circumstances".
 
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What you need to do is manually transfer up to 250,000 EveryDay Rewards at a time over to Qantas. That will show up in your Qantas account as a single deposit of 125,000 points which is the maximum that can be counted in any one transaction towards Points Club. Once that deposit is recorded in your Qantas account (should appear in a couple of hours usually), then you can manually transfer more (up to 125,000 Qantas Points) over to Qantas as that will now appear as a separate transaction towards points club.

So to give you a hypothetical suppose you had 750,000 EveryDay Rewards points. You can do three manual transfers to Qantas. One for 250,000 EverydayRewards points to Qantas (for 125,000 Qantas points), then when you see that show up in your Qantas account, you could then do another transfer for 250,000 EveryDayRewards points to Qantas (for another 125,000 Qantas points), when that shows up in your Qantas account you can repeat this one more time for 250,000 EveryDayRewards points to Qantas (for yet another 125,000 Qantas Points). All in you would have 375,000 Qantas Points earned that qualify towards Points Club meaning you would achieve PointsClub Plus for the current program year and the following program year. The benefits of Points Club Plus are many and include the ability to earn status credits on classic awards operated by Qantas issued by Qantas and other OneWorld award programs, a Qantas Club membership, Qantas wine club membership, a 10% discount on Qantas wine and more.

Hope that shines on a light on the situation.

-RooFlyer88
Can't be done. Transfer all or nothing. I indicated this recently.
 
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Has anyone been able to pay the ATO via post office using luxury gift card?
I've used the previous TCN eftpos cards to pay bills (not ATO) at the post office, but you'd need to test for your case, pretty sure this is the first time these particular TCN "luxury" eftpos cards have been promoed.
 
Unfortunately, Everyday Rewards do not allow you to partially transfer points to Qantas.
Can't be done. Transfer all or nothing. I indicated this recently.
When did this come about? Perhaps my memory is failing me but I do recall a point in time where you could link your Qantas and then elect to choose when you want to transfer (and how much) over to Qantas. If this is the new policy then I suppose the smart thing to do is keep auto transfer on. In that way every time you accumulate 2000 EveryDayRewards points it automatically transfers over to Qantas and becomes one separate transaction thereby making it virtually impossible to run up against the 125,000 point limit for points club transactions. I do wonder too what benefits (if any) there are to turning automatic transfers off?

What I suppose would be worth looking at is where you stand when it comes to points club. If it's the case that you're saying 125,000 away from the 350,000 required for Points Club plus then it really shouldn't matter if you transfer the whole lot over in the sense that all the points will still transfer over and you'll still hit the requirement for Points Club Plus. Even if you are simply aiming for Points Club this year, transferring over more than 125,000 Qantas Points from Woolies may still be worth while since you'll only need to pull in another 25,000 to earn Points Club.

-RooFlyer88
 

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