If you're a member of Woolworths' Everyday Rewards or Coles' flybuys scheme, you'll be used to receiving regular emails promising "special" offers and "bonus" deals that are just for you. But don't delude yourself: 9.5 million Australians are signed up to those schemes.
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Enrolling in Qantas' Frequent Flyer program via the Woolworths Everyday Rewards scheme is, as we've pointed out before, a good way of avoiding the Qantas sign-up fee. However, make sure you check the details carefully, or you might find your points automatically converted into Woolworths vouchers rather than flights.
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Coles' FlyBuys has recently joined Woolworths' Everyday Rewards in offering "activated rewards": deals which only apply if you click on a link to activate them and then spend a specified amount of money within a specified time frame. Lifehacker's advice on these remains unchanged: they're a good idea if they offer you a saving on something you actually needed to buy anyway, but not otherwise.
Woolworths has sold its own brand prepaid service since 2009, but has stayed away from cap deals or direct phone offers. That changes this week with the supermarket launching a pair of cap plans and two handsets -- but the call and data rates are on the steep side.
You've been able to earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points on the Woolworths Everyday Rewards card for more than a year, but a new option lets you trade petrol discounts for additional frequent flyer points. Is that option worth pursuing?
It might be expanding its range of mobile services, but Woolworths still has no immediate plans to offer a specific data plan on its Everyday Mobile service.
A key selling point for Woolworths Everyday Mobile service when it launched last year was a simple, one-price-fits all proposition. Now that the supermarket giant has introduced a second service, one can only assume it doesn't see too many more people signing up for the original plan.
On the road, running low on petrol, and want to take advantage of those Everyday Rewards discounts you've stored up? The Woolworths Petrol site lets you find the nearest Caltex/Woolworths branch.
One of our more frequent complaints around here about the Everyday Rewards scheme offered by Woolworths is that it doesn't include liquor chain Dan Murphy's, even though Woolworths owns it. That's about to change, albeit only for the month of December and only for wine.
You can already accumulate Qantas Frequent Flyer points on the Everyday Rewards card when you spend money at Woolworths, Woolworths Liquor and Big W. Now liquor chain BWS is also on the list, and electronics retailer Dick Smith is soon to follow.
Scoring Qantas Frequent Flyer points via Woolworths' Everyday Reward card can be a pretty slow process, but shoppers between today and Sunday will score double the regular number of points.