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    I use woolies because coles don't offer it here. However I've always been a fan of woolies over coles, so I probably still would have gone with woolies

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4fullstop View Post
    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
    You would still pay the higher online prices tho yeh? ,

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    I use Coles cause their click and collect is better I reckon...you pull up in the designated car parks and call them to let them know you're there and they bring your shopping out to your car and load it in for you!! So awesome

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    I notice the online prices are higher than in store on most items.

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    Yeah they are generally. Guess you have to pay for someone to go around and hand pick all your items for you somehow.

    Very handy for emergencies tho like when we had no car while it was being repaired, pregnancy, illness etc or if u have more than one small child lol!!

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    Woolies are much cheaper here than Coles. There are hundreds of specials here for woolies and they match the catalogue we he in the mail, but my Coles online have bugger all??

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    I COULD join both and add the exact same products to each of my Coles and woollies online lists and see who comes in cheaper! Seems like a lot of work but if it saves me money il know who to go through after that!

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    How do you all find the quality of the fruit and veg if you do online grocery shopping? From the sounds of things everyone is pretty happy. Ive thought about doing it to save time, but we get most fruit and veg from the greengrocer as their quality is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    You would still pay the higher online prices tho yeh?
    Most online prices are the same as in store. I also find deli items I usually save on - eg. I ordered & paid for 700g fish, but received 960g. Ordered & paid for 150g sliced ham, but received 215g. They never give you less than you have ordered. I do go in store to get my bread & some meat & veg - they are quite often on a special specific to my local store. I kinda like to choose my own fruit too, although when I've ordered it online for collection or delivery the quality has always been fine. And if I'm not happy I've never had a problem getting a refund (and still got to keep the item!).
    Also, I find I save money ordering online as it avoids impulse buys I tend to make when wandering the aisles!

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    I've swapped to woolies in the last couple of months as it was becoming ridiculous the number of items that were 'not in stock' from coles each order. I'm not talking anything exotic either, just staple items. Plus, delivery ends up free with woolies for us as I shop 3-4 weekly

    I don't buy meat or f&v online as I like to choose that myself. Meat I do bulk monthly from the butcher, f&v is weekly from the local f&v shop

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