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    Which supermarket do you choose to do your online shopping with? Iv decided to try it but unsure who to shop with?

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    Woolworths, but purely because its a hundred times easier.

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    Coles because they charge less for delivery

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    I look at the specials first.

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    I look at both, Coles and whoolworths. See what the specials are and who has the cheapest delivery. I've used both and I have to say Coles is better. They include samples based on your shopping which I love, and they do a better job with substitutions.

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    Coles- their delievery costs alot less then woolworths.

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    I did my shopping online with Coles for the last 6 weeks of my pregnancy and it was great. I've just switched to woolworths the last couple as they have free delivery if you spend over $300 so I'm just taking advantage of that.
    But... I do prefer Coles. Better service here and nicer delivery drivers.

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    Ive only used Coles but was pretty happy. Fruit and veg was always of very high quality.

    Only annoying thing is when u dont even get a substitution but just 'unavailable' pain in the butt lol

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    I love Woolies for their free "click & collect". I order online, then go in to their service counter & am given my trolley full of shopping. No extra charge! Love it

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    I use woolworths, don't know why ( perhaps I should try Coles) but I honestly love it don't think I will ever push a trolley around a supermarket again, I am kicking myself I didn't do it earlier. Taking a toddler and a baby plus getting nappies and other bulky items delivered is worth the $5 delivery!


 

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