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How Woolworths shoppers can boost their savings this month

The supermarket has announced a big offer for Everyday Rewards members.

Woolworths grocery items
The Boost Your Budget offer from Woolworths gives Everyday Rewards members the chance to earn 10x points across a range of popular brands. (Source: supplied) (Woolworths)

Woolworths shoppers can make significant savings on their weekly shopping bill over the next month as the retail giant introduces a points boost for its Everyday Rewards members.

Starting today, Everyday Rewards members can earn 10 times the points when purchasing a range of 20 popular brands, including dairy and pantry staples.

The Boost Your Budget promotion gives shoppers the chance to quickly accumulate the 2,000 points necessary to obtain $10 off a future shop.


As cost-of-living pressures continue to impact households, managing director of Woolworths Supermarkets Natalie Davis acknowledges that families are looking to save money on essential items.

"We've selected these brands because we know they are firm family favourites and found in kitchens and pantries right across the country," Davis said.

How to boost your Rewards points

To activate the offer, members can select "boost" through the Everyday Rewards app, via email or by scanning an in-store QR code.

Once activated, customers can purchase items from the below participating brands to earn 10x points.

  • Bega

  • Birds Eye

  • Cadbury

  • Connoisseur

  • Dine

  • Finish

  • Four’N Twenty

  • Gillette

  • Golden

  • Head & Shoulders

  • Huggies

  • Kettle

  • Maggi

  • MyDog

  • Nescafe

  • Old El Paso

  • Oral B

  • Primo

  • SunRice

  • Western Star

Shoppers can activate the offer to boost their points multiple times until Tuesday 9 May.

Coles announces price cuts

Meanwhile, rival Coles has dropped the cost of 376 items, locking in reduced prices across a range of popular household items until at least July 4.

Shoppers can save between 7.7 per cent and 50 per cent on kitchen items including Coles brand beef and pasta, as well as big-name brands including Kellogg's, Devondale, Steggles and McCain.

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