It's just an incentive to buy liquor at woollies/Safeway as opposed to Dan Murphy's etc - nothing to de with rewarding behavior.
The people that get the discount would of been buying a cartoon or 2 of beer anyway, they would just think to buy it at the same time instead of one for xmas then coming back to get one for new years.
You dont go into the bottle shop and think "oh you know what ill buy this second carton, worth about $30, so i can save 30c next time i get petrol!"
I use my petrol discount when i use those petrol stations. I got a statement via email recently saying in the past few months ive saved $10. I fill my car up once or twice a week! The fuel saving you get is nothing.
I would save approx $21 if I filled up with the 30c off voucher... But I don't need the beer - however, family are doing the Christmas shop... Hmm...
Thank for the heads up
Hey confusd, I guess it depends where you live. I have a great butcher near me who does great meat for approx 1/3 less than the supermarkets and it is way better quality. I can also buy exactly what I want, If I want 4 sausages I can but 4 sausages if I want 350grams of mince and not 500 I can buy just that.
With groceries it depends what you buy. I use very little prepackaged stuff as I make a lot of things from scratch so things like flour, butter, pasta can all be found cheaply at independents. I get where you are coming from though I guess if you did a meg big shop it would get a little crazy.
Did u know if u have the everyday rewards going to frequent flyers you can opt for them to send you a gift card every quarter with the value depending on your points. Last quarter we got a $25. Not much but for just buying groceries seems great to me
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