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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    I've never once used my flybuys or frequent flyers for flights... I cash their points in for $50 dollar gift cards several times throughout the year... Just in case you didn't realise you could do that.
    I got robbed lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    So to benefit from the rewards card do you have to have access to the email? Because I got my rewards card like 7 years ago and have no idea what email address I was using then. I use my rewards card every week but don't know what benefit if any I am getting.
    Quote Originally Posted by MZmama View Post
    What could you do with previously accrued points? Was it only accrued for Qantas, or could you cash them in for cash? I've had a rewards card since it started, and have never looked at how many points I had accrued etc? Are they gone now? This whole thing has me so confused!
    Ring the phone on the back of the cards. They will help you sort what you are entitled too.

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    My sister had never used her points and when she tang she $400 worth of points waiting for her.

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    Hubby is not happy! We try to get FF points anywhere we can so we don't really feel like supporting Woolworths anymore. Our shops could be as much as $300 per week.
    We currently have enough points for the 3 of us to fly to Europe but we want to keep saving them to hopefully do a much bigger trip to include Dubai and Abu Dabi

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    Default Woolworths scrapping Qantas FF

    All these rewards schemes are just gimmicks to get you to spend more!

    Spend $100 and get $15 off so if the trolley totals $90, people will spend an extra $10 to get $15 off lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    All these rewards schemes are just gimmicks to get you to spend more!

    Spend $100 and get $15 off so if the trolley totals $90, people will spend an extra $10 to get $15 off lol
    The trick is to either just do your shopping like you normally would and anything else is a bonus or plan your shopping around the offers - so if you'd normally do 2 $50 shops during the week, then it could be worth it to do 1 $100 shop if there's an offer for that.

    Gotta be smart about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alliecat89 View Post
    The trick is to either just do your shopping like you normally would and anything else is a bonus or plan your shopping around the offers - so if you'd normally do 2 $50 shops during the week, then it could be worth it to do 1 $100 shop if there's an offer for that.

    Gotta be smart about it.
    I can guarantee you 99% of people are not smart about it!

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    The whole thing is flawed. It takes ages to get the $10 off and as for using the $10 for QANTAS points... essentially you are buying $8 worth of QANTAS points for $10 so Woolworths wins still either way.

    The system is crap. I'm now an ALDI and Coles shopper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renesme View Post
    The whole thing is flawed. It takes ages to get the $10 off and as for using the $10 for QANTAS points... essentially you are buying $8 worth of QANTAS points for $10 so Woolworths wins still either way.

    The system is crap. I'm now an ALDI and Coles shopper.
    I spent $230 this week and got $60 woolworths dollars.

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    In the last 6 weeks I've probably had about $100 off my shop. Haven't bought anything I didn't need, just timed things to match the spend $x get $y off.

    They usually make the amount you need to spend a little bit more than you usually spend.


 

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