Personally I have no loyalty to either. I just want to shop where there is a good range, low prices, minimum waiting times for check out (My pet peeve is waiting 10 minutes just to buy your trolley worth of goods), easy to find products and layout and decent quality produce.
All the points, small $$$ off etc won't make me go to a particular store if it's crappy.
I wish they'd all just concentrate on that instead of trying to buy me with gimmicks.
So how many points are needed for a decent flight?
I don't have the woolies one but my amex is linked to qantas - you need approx 30,000 points for a return flight to Melbourne and 80,000 return to Hawaii, we used our points a few years ago to go to hawaii and usually get a free domestic flight a year , it takes a few years to build up your points for overseas travel but it is a free flight!
I prefer the FF program, it kept me loyal to WW, so now I'll probably just use Aldi more and head to Coles for the balance.
They often have spend $100 get 500 bonus points deals. We have got over 20,000 points in the last 12 months. We spend less than $200 a week
I prefer this way, although I'm not impressed with the specific items part of it. I won't be changing what I buy just to get the points. I don't have FF anyway so I didn't really get anything out of the rewards card originally. Just habit to scan it lol
Guess I won't be earning any woollies dollars, I don't purchase Abu of the items in this weeks catalog that feature $$
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