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    I generally shop between IGA and Woolies, occasionally coles. But the main thing that determines where I shop is who has what catalogue specials each week. I'll write a list of anything we need from all the catalogues and whichever has the most items, I'll go there. All three are withing a 2km radius though, so I'm spoilt.

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    I have a woolworths near where we live, but I choose to shop at coles. I have been going to the same coles now for nearly 12 years (since I was pregnant), and it is still the same ladies from back then that still serve me today and have watched my children grow up. Mind you, the cats will only eat the coles brand of cat food and reject the expensive stuff.

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    Default Coles or Woolies?

    I usually use Coles simply because it is a better suburb and I hate entering the dodgy woolies nearby

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    Default Re: Coles or Woolies?

    Coles. Woolies where we live is way more expensive. It all depends on suburb and competition in the area.

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    Default Re: Coles or Woolies?

    Bring back Franklin and Bilo!

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    Haha no frills. I remember Franklins and i used to work as a checkout chick at Bilo

    I shop at woolies for certain items but the majority is at Foodland - cheaper than both coles and woolies

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    Coles...it has the things I like, it's closer and cheaper...

    Whenever I shop at woolworths it's more expensive and I usually find myself at Coles days later...

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    I tend to use both. I do my research online and buy the things that are cheapest from both stores... if they are both the same price I buy them from Woolworths because of the rewards card.

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    Default Re: Coles or Woolies?

    I shop at coles my woolies dont care about customer service plus coles are way cheaper the store is always clean and the staff are always happy plus i love my flybuys i always end up with enough points get my christmas food for free

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    Default Coles or Woolies?

    I don't shop at either regularly but if I have too, prefer Woolworths. Coles just seems so, weird and backwards!


 

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