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    Woollies, just because its closer.
    I'd prefer Coles though, and might just take the trip on my next shop, to checkout the price differences

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    Default Coles or Woolies?

    Definitely changes suburb to suburb but for me I find woolies cheaper. I just did a tiny shop at Coles and it cost way more than I expected, but if I go to woolies near my mums the Coles is cheaper so go figure? Haha.

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    I shop at coles cause all the bogans in my area shop at the Woolies. Woolies used to be cheaper than coles but this thread has me wondering whether it still is.

    groveryrun.com is great for cleaning products and some pantry staples and stuff. Capped at $11 shipping for wherever you live and however much you buy too.

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    Default Coles or Woolies?

    Coles usually, I think it just comes from the fact that my mum always shopped at coles so it's just what I'm use to. DH prefers woolies though

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    Neither is cheaper for me. They work out to roughly the same.

    It really depends on where I go as well. The local Woolies is in my suburb, a low socio-economic suburb. Our Woolies is pretty rubbish.

    Travel 10 mins up the road to a newer, nicer, high socio-economic area and the Woolies is great. There's also a Coles, Aldi, butcher, fruit and veg shop, seafood shop, bakery and chicken shop all in hte same centre... so if I have the time, I can shop around to make it cheaper overall.


 

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