Woolworths Rewards Targeted offers

Dr Ralph

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My offer says "spend $95* in one or more shops" for 4 weeks to get 8000 points. Does this mean I just need to accumulate my spending to 95$ per week over as many shops as i like?
Yes. Some offers are like this.
 

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150 points for McCain Pizza Slices (max 5 times)
2x points at BWS
1000 points for $35+ on toys in a single transaction at Big W (2 weeks to complete)
 

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200 points for McCain Pizza Pockets
650 points for Schick Hydro 5 Blades 8 pack
3x points at BWS

I'm starting to get concerned all Woolies thinks I do is eat pizza, shave and drink.
 

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2 weeks x $165 spend for 7,000 points (interesting to see it increase after missing 2 x $140 for 2 fortnights in a row)
$100 (in a single shop) at Big W for 2,000 points
2x points at BWS
 

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50 points for any 35-55g Nestle chocolate bar (max 5 times)
$5 off fresh meat (min $15 spend on meat required - redeemable multiple times)
 
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200 points pork loin chops-minimum spand $8.last week dearest pack was $7.89.This week one at $9.01.
250 points caramelised onion and angus beef sausages.
150 points bega strong and bitey 250gm slices.
 
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The Boost options for me are so bad at present e.g. 1000 points for $140 this week, that I have really reduced my spending at Woolies. Stores closer to me are benefitting. When the status credits were being offered I went out of my way to buy things at Woolies.
 

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The Boost options for me are so bad at present e.g. 1000 points for $140 this week, that I have really reduced my spending at Woolies. Stores closer to me are benefitting. When the status credits were being offered I went out of my way to buy things at Woolies.
Agree, the randomness and lack of significant offers is becoming a distraction with Flybuys benefitting.
 

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Agree, the randomness and lack of significant offers is becoming a distraction with Flybuys benefitting.
Agree. Nothing worthwhile for me to be bothered. Had an ok multi week offer just finished which I did with the help of another family member but have now received a similar offer with higher spend threshold so won’t bother. It is a flybuys bonanza lately though so winning on one front at least.
 

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I never really get much from this program. Currently 300 points for buying Fancy Feast 1.4 kg. Last offer was 100 points for Tim Tams. Never get a weekly spend or multi week spend offer :(

Get great offers from Flybuys however. On my third 10,000 points for $50 x 4 week promotion over last 3.5 months.
 

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This program has become absurd in its creation and targeting of offers and the "achievability and worth" of those offers. This is exampled by not only the absurd offers that I receive but also the nonsense ones reported in this thread of recent times.

The analytics that sit within the system need a complete overhaul. As a starting point, the boffins who spin the wheels of the analytics system need to enrol in Flybuys and see the style and type of offers that are targeted to regular everyday shoppers.

As a very simple example, today I received my "Flybuys tracker" email for the month of September. The tracker tells me that I earned 14 times more bonus points than standard points for the month. This was just doing regular shopping at Coles, not doing massive shops, not chasing points, not buying products I don't want or need and not shopping anywhere else apart from Coles. I don't think I have ever seen this with Woolworths Rewards.

Sure the pendulum may swing back the other way at some point, but at the moment, its Coles for the win.
 

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