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ellen10

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I agree the lack of good offers and silly offers of products I would never buy are baffling!
 

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I've mentioned a few times on this thread now of the comparison of the Woolworths offers in start contrast to the generosity of Flybuys and also the nonsensical offers Woolies have.

WIth all that Flybuys have put a few "howler" offers out there though, but with their generous spend offers I tend to overlook that negative.
 

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My experience over the last 3 months is the opposite.More points and less spends for multiweek offers with EDR v Flybuys.Also multiple shops allowed.
Plus the specials are predominantly for products I usually buy,not so with FB.
So horses for courses.
 

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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.

I have to agree. I deliberately keep my spend low and have received several offers in the past of spend $50 a week for four weeks for 6,000 points. I finished such an offer a couple of weeks ago and immediately received an offer of spend $70 a week for four weeks for 6,500 points, which I did not activate. Last week I received spend $80 a week for 4 weeks for 6,500 points. There is absolutely no logic behind the offerings. Coles is benefiting as a result.
 

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I got spend $105 a week for 4 weeks 10k points and I am going for it.
 

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• 3x points every time you spend $50^ or more in one shop*



• 5x points every time you spend $100^ or more in one shop*



• 10x points every time you spend $150^ or more in one shop*
 

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I’m still quite new when it comes to WWR offers. I received an offer for an item in the app which says I can earn bonus points up to 5 times on that listed item. I still have 2 days left before expiry of this item and I have bought one. I received the bonus points already but now that offer has gone from ‘ready to shop’ to ‘ended’ and it now says it’s completed. Does this mean that bonus points no longer accrue? I was under the assumption that I should have another 4 time to earn the bonus since I’ve purchased only one. Seems strange that it still has 2 days of validity yet its moved into the ended tab.
 

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Boost your balance with:



• 3x points every time you spend $50^ or more in one shop*



• 5x points every time you spend $100^ or more in one shop*



• 10x points every time you spend $150^ or more in one shop*
Yes I got this one also ..... not much offers, other than $5 off when I spend more than $15 on meat. I got a nice leg of lamb from the in store butcher. I don't like their prepacked meats. I will only buy from the in store butcher. He told me it is different meat and it is much better quality and less fat on the chops etc.
 

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All redeemable 5 times:
100 points for any 280-350g McCain Healthy Choice
200 points for McCain Pizza Pockets
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650 points for Schick Hydro 5 Blades 8 pack

3x points at BWS until Sunday
Also 3x points for any online orders placed and delivered either Wednesday or Thursday at Woolies, Big W or BWS
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I’m still quite new when it comes to WWR offers. I received an offer for an item in the app which says I can earn bonus points up to 5 times on that listed item. I still have 2 days left before expiry of this item and I have bought one. I received the bonus points already but now that offer has gone from ‘ready to shop’ to ‘ended’ and it now says it’s completed. Does this mean that bonus points no longer accrue? I was under the assumption that I should have another 4 time to earn the bonus since I’ve purchased only one. Seems strange that it still has 2 days of validity yet its moved into the ended tab.

This happens to me pretty often - it's still valid and your points will get processed if you buy up to 5 times.
 

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is everyone still redeeming for QF points?

I got the 10x for $150+, but have been seeing it actually at around 16x.

Contemplating switching it to $10 off for a big shop tomorrow - along with discounted GCs I calculate this at about 15% off which is outstanding!

(FWIW we're stocking a business so spend is ~$1k/week and still getting these offers, whereas Coles has stopped offering despite similar spend)
 

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is everyone still redeeming for QF points?

I got the 10x for $150+, but have been seeing it actually at around 16x.

Contemplating switching it to $10 off for a big shop tomorrow - along with discounted GCs I calculate this at about 15% off which is outstanding!

I always take the $10 off and never convert to QF points. I would rather have a certain saving rather than a 'maybe' reward in the future.
 

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Points offers on 6 of my 8 cards. Most I can ever recall at the same time.

Range from $50 a week for 4 weeks to get 6000 points to $120 a week for 2 weeks for 4400 points.

Likely to take up a few of these.
 
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Points offer on 6 of my 8 cards. Most I can ever recall at the same time.

Range from $50 a week for 4 weeks to get 6000 points to $120 a week for 2 weeks for 4400 points.

Likely to take up a few of these.

I just cycled through my 6 cards, logging on/off the app (such a pain) and there is nothing like that. A few 5 times this, Big W 1k points for $100 spend, some random BWS offers - is the same across the board. Disappointing.
 
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Two family accounts: $100 in one or more shops (in-store) for 5,400 points from 26 Oct to 01 Nov
Third account: $50 in one shop x4 weeks for 6,000 points starting 26 Oct
 

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Points offers on 6 of my 8 cards. Most I can ever recall at the same time.

Range from $50 a week for 4 weeks to get 6000 points to $120 a week for 2 weeks for 4400 points.

Likely to take up a few of these.
Hi Doc!
Silly question, with multiple Wooolie/Everyday Rewards cards, can these feed points to one QFF account? Or do you need multiple QFF accounts too?
Thanks.
 

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Hi Doc!
Silly question, with multiple Wooolie/Everyday Rewards cards, can these feed points to one QFF account? Or do you need multiple QFF accounts too?
Thanks.
One card to QFF. The rest to cash back.
 

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First offer of less than $100 spend for quite a while. Spend $80 x 4 weeks for 7000 points. In one shop only though.
 

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Hi Doc!
Silly question, with multiple Wooolie/Everyday Rewards cards, can these feed points to one QFF account? Or do you need multiple QFF accounts too?
Thanks.

An alternative, if the cards are for other family members who have QFF accounts, then send the points from each card to the relevant QFF account. Once in the QFF system and when each account has accumulated 5k QFF points, transfer them to the primary QFF account.
 
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