Woolworths - 3 mins drive
IGA - 3 mins drive
Coles - 20 mins drive
I prefer Coles, I've generally found it cheaper and I prefer their fruit and veg. I did do my shop at Woolies last week though and was pleasantly surprised with the total. That probably won't change me though as a new Coles is been built here.
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29-03-2013 15:03 #11
29-03-2013 15:08 #12
Fruit and veg - markets (20 min walk)
Dry goods - co-op (15 min drive/bus)
Few cheap things - Coles (5 mins walk)
29-03-2013 15:12 #13
Woolworths because its 1 minute away. I prefer Coles though and go there occasionally. It's about 10 minutes away. Depends how much time I have
29-03-2013 15:13 #14Senior Member
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I do diff things at diff places.
ALdi - snack foods for school, different specials as advertised, fruit and vege on the week I go, some meat if it looks ok (i usually only go once every 3 weeks).
COles - for my staples. Much prefer them over Safeway and weekly.
Safeway - for allergy stuff as needed...maybe once a month or so.
29-03-2013 15:13 #15-
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I don't shop at my local Coles. I'll drive to a further Coles or even Woolies.
I prefer Woolworths for fresh produce. Most people in my area are the same. Our local Coles is really bad.
We have a spud shed close by that I'd like to use but the fruit and veg is really, really bad and goes off the next day.
29-03-2013 15:16 #16Senior Member
- Join Date
- Feb 2012
- Sydney NSW
I shop at my local Coles- its a short walk away. I generally only buy things on special and I like some of the Coles brand items. But, as mentioned by PP, sometimes they have a problem with supply, especially when items are on super special. Down, down, prices are down! But the shelves are empty!!
29-03-2013 15:17 #17
I drive past 2 woolworths, a bilo and 2 coles to get to the woolworths I shop at. The quality of produce is much better, hence driving further.
29-03-2013 16:31 #18
generally woolies but sometimes my local IGA IGA is closer then woolies but i prefer the meat and fruit and veg from woolies over iga.
29-03-2013 16:36 #19
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29-03-2013 16:52 #20
I have coles, woolworths & iga all close to my house so I normally look at the catalogues and if any of the stores have things on special that I need I will grab from them but do the bulk of my shopping at coles
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