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    I did our shopping today and the cashier mentioned that she thought under the new program existing customers may be able to keep earning ff points... So maybe that's what they'll put out next year??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taffabella View Post
    I did our shopping today and the cashier mentioned that she thought under the new program existing customers may be able to keep earning ff points... So maybe that's what they'll put out next year??
    I think it's only till end of the year (unless it's extended of course - there should be a choice really)

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    I got my new card today.

    This is what it says on the card the new card was attached to -

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    With the FF points it says you can continue to earn them until the 31st December 2015.

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    I read that they made the change based on customer feedback.

    But that there are still on going negotiation with Qantas for 2016 onwards...

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    I went grocery shopping today, it was GREAT to see Woolworths $$ on products that I normally buy and mostly on full price items ( insert sarcasm here)

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    Quote Originally Posted by maternidade View Post
    I went grocery shopping today, it was GREAT to see Woolworths $$ on products that I normally buy and mostly on full price items ( insert sarcasm here)
    Considering Woolies have received a LOT of bad press this year I'm not surprised to hear this at all.

    The business media is saying that Masters is one of the absolute biggest retail failures this country has ever seen, I've got a feeling they are literally getting to the point where they are no longer waving and starting to drown...

    I do hope they try to save their own bum by reinstating some form of QFF system across the brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taffabella View Post
    Considering Woolies have received a LOT of bad press this year I'm not surprised to hear this at all.

    The business media is saying that Masters is one of the absolute biggest retail failures this country has ever seen, I've got a feeling they are literally getting to the point where they are no longer waving and starting to drown...

    I do hope they try to save their own bum by reinstating some form of QFF system across the brand.
    Yep, Masters in the main reason for WW suffering, but they also lost millions from their advertising binge a while back, bringing in Jaime Oliver and what not, which didn't increase sales at all. They lost heaps of money there, too.

    And now they are making their employees suffer...and it seems their shoppers, too. Pathetic.

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    I got an email this morning to say from next year you can trade your woollies dollars for Qantas points. $10 woollies = 870 Qantas points.

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    I have really benefited from the new rewards program, so far I have got $30 off in Woolies and $10 off in Big W. Usually I would get $5-10 off every 3 months with QFF so to get that in 3 weeks is great!

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    I haven't got anything off woollies as I only buy stuff on special there. I did get that email that gave me $10 off big w. That was nice


 
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