Which one do you shop at which do you find cheaper?
We live rurally so no IGA or Aldi, just those two.
Our weekly shop is costing around $300 and we seem to get less each week.
All fruit and veg is bought at a farmers market and meat from a butcher, everything is we buy at Woolies.
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18-10-2012 08:35 #1
Coles or Woolies?
18-10-2012 08:38 #2
Coles or Woolies?
Woollies because its closest (major grocery).
But also lots of small shops at my local iga.
18-10-2012 08:43 #3
Coles for me, every time I shop at woollies it seems more expensive.
18-10-2012 08:47 #4Senior Member
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I tend to use woolies more as I find it easier to find what I need than at coles. I tend to wander aimlessly around coles and spend more on random things id never normally buy.
18-10-2012 08:54 #5
Woolworths for us. I find our local coles doesnt stock as many things are Woolworths.
18-10-2012 08:55 #6
Re: Coles or Woolies?
I tend to find woolies cheaper. Could be because we have always shopped there even growing up so not sure what I like from Cole's in the homebrand stuff but when I do a quick pop in at Cole's, I still find it more expensive.
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18-10-2012 08:56 #7
Coles is cheaper where I shop but it changes from suburb to suburb. Sad to say but there price do change depending on whether it considered a richer or poorer suburb and how regional you are.
18-10-2012 09:04 #8
Coles is more expensive here (also rural) but I do prefer to shop there, they have the products I like and also a more pleasant experience, less crowded, more spacious. Geeze I sound like an ad. We spend about $150 p/week for 2 adults (one preggo) + toddler - but not all at Coles, $50 of that is organic f&v at farmgate, and I try to buy meat at a variety of places. Though Coles has pretty good quality meat too IMO.
18-10-2012 09:08 #9
Used to be a woolies girl but recently have found Coles to be cheaper and better quality home brand stuff. I think it depends on your location though - I'm lucky in that I have local Coles, woolies, aldi and iga - spoilt for choice! Don't have a local green grocer tho
18-10-2012 09:16 #10Senior Member
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Coles for me. every time I have shopped at woolies i have left with my mouth hanging open because of the total difference in price. lol.
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