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    I get most my groceries at Aldi and then depending on who (WW or Coles) has the things I need on special, that's where I will go.
    I know where things are more in WW though


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    Coles. I have two that I go to. One near the kids school that has great reductions right at school pick up times. So much cheaper.
    The other coles has parcel pickup and that can be a god send.

    Woolies have store that is only 15 mins away but I always go to one of coles which are 30 mins away

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    We shop at Coles as DF works at the distribution centre so gets a discount. We also have the Coles MasterCard so get amazing fly buys and at least $10 off a week.


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    Coles

    The woolies near me are pretty sh1t and never have there shelves stocked !!! I only go there as a last resort dp loves woolies :-(

    I find coles has the things I use on sale a lot of the time and I find it to be a nicer shop

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    Oh I forgot to add- I also like Coles because of Flybuys. I get a lot of stuff from my points. Just before Christmas I got a new iPod5, and with the leftover points I redeemed $190 of points for dollars to spend on groceries for my camping trip.

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    I shop at woolies because it has under cover parking, Coles doesn't. It rains here a lot.

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    I shopped at Woolies, as my DS was collecting those animal cards, but prior I shopped at Coles. I did find Woolies a lot more expensive, so after the animal cards promo finished I went back to Coles.


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    I hate woollies always cramped and busy and always have to wait for a checkout. I also am really against their self service. But they do have a bigger range so I go there when I have to.

    Coles is a better experience but I hate the lack of choice.

    I really like iga but I never do a full shop there as it's a lot more expensive.

    Aldi stresses me out throwing your items at you super fast to put in your trolley. Plus it's always really busy and I can't get everything.

    I prefer woollies online

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    Woolworths.. It's the only one in town! Coles is about 40mins away..

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    We have the choice of both Coles and Woolworths and given that, I much prefer to shop at Coles. I find it cheaper overall, cleaner and tidier, I like that it always has those laminated cards to help you find products (Woolies do too, but not always) and that I can use my Flybuys there.

    We do prefer the Woolies fuel dockets though, as Caltex service stations are much easier to find then the Shell ones in our area.


 

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