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Woolworths Rewards Targeted offers

Dr Ralph

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$80 per week for 2 week for 4000 points.

NOTE: 'Offer not available at Woolworths online. '
 

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Just received $50 over 4 weeks for 6,000 points.

Criteria: Offer not available at Woolworths online.

Interesting as the last offer was $50 over 4 weeks for 10,000 points.

While the spend amount is fine it overlaps with a Coles offer I’m completing. Might have to let this one go and hope they go back to 10,000 points offer.
 

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Ok. I though if you had just 1 or 2 accounts that might account for a lack of offers.

I assume that you rotate their use. IE. Don't use some of the accounts at all for months at a time?

The account hat I got an offer on hadn't been used since January.

Might be time to completely close and account an open a new one. I did this at the end of 2018 and got 3 or 4 offers for that new account in the first 4 months.
 
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Dave Griffin

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Over the last year we pretty much haven't had a week without an offer - often multiples..
Last 2-3 months has been much more scarce for me and the family.
 

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I have 6 accounts but only 1 of them received offers. What should my strategy be with the others?
1) Don't use them for months at a time?
2) Use small amounts each one to try entice a 4 week offers with low spends

Interested to hear of others who have had success with the one of the above or some other combination of spending.

Thanks
 

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I received a spend $25 at BWS to receive 400 points. It's only $2 worth of points but after being on detox lat 48 hours I'm very tempted to take up this offer
 

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I have only spent about $60 on my EDR card this year.So with us going OS this Sunday they finally send me an offer.4 weeks of $120 spend for 10000 points.
I told them they're dreaming.
 

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I think the offers have reduced in the past month or so. A friend of mine isn't receiving any offers or specials emails at the moment. I'm receiving less offers between all our family member accounts.

The only offer I'm using at the moment is a spend $85 in multiple shops to receive 700 points. I reached the target in the first week but only because I'm not supermarket sharing currently. The fact I could do it across several shops also helped. The points were credited instantly after the final transaction. I've also got the same offer next week and will probably manage it due to not using Coles very much at the moment.
 

Hillbilly64

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I've had a lot of bws offers recently. 1200 points for a 6 pack etc. Not so many Woolies ones. I find they come in when I forget to use my card for a few shops.
 

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Wife 10x points at Big W.

Mum spend $30 on clothes at Big W for 700 bonus points.
 

cvmceg

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- 1 account
- Have had a BWS offer almost every other week
- WW spend $50 per week for 4 weeks = 6000pts
 

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2,000 bonus points for shopping at BWS from tomorrow (15th) to sun 26th. Doesn’t appear to have any minimum spend. What’s the cheapest item they sell?


EDIT: actually it’s a points top-up to 2000pts whatever that means.


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