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How Woolworths shoppers can score $5,000 off their grocery shop

The supermarket giant is giving away one million Everyday Rewards points to one shopper every day.

Woolworths shoppers have the chance to score a share of 49 million Everyday Rewards points as part of the supermarket’s latest giveaway promotion. And it could save you serious cash off your next grocery bill.

The supermarket giant is giving away one million points and a $3,000 appliance package to a shopper everyday, which includes a slow cooker, airfryer, coffee machine and more. It’s part of the retailer’s Big Night In promotion, which is running now until July 2.

One million points converts into $5,000 Everyday Rewards points that shoppers can redeem off their shop in-store or online at Woolies, Big W, BWS, participating EG Ampol stations and Everyday Market.

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Woolworths is giving away millions of Everyday Rewards points, plus a range of household appliances to shoppers. (Source: AAP)

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There's a bit of a catch though. To enter the competition, you’ll have to buy three participating products from Woolies or through MILKRUN and scan your Everyday Rewards card. This includes the likes of popular brands such as Arnott’s, Cadbury, Ingham’s Kettle, McCain Mount Franklin, Red Rock Deli and Shapes and more.

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“Now in its twelfth year, Big Night In offers customers great value across the brands they love in our supermarkets,” Woolworths supermarkets managing director Natalie Davis said.

“In addition to the discounts we’re offering on groceries during the promotion, we’re excited to give away millions of Everyday Rewards points and home appliance packages to our customers.”

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You can enter the competition multiple times a day. Plus, Every Rewards Extra members will be given five times the entries in the competition and can enter twice a day.

You can check out the full terms and conditions, along with participating brands here.

Coles, along with rival IGA, have also announced price drops for customers over the coming months.

Coles is reducing prices on more than 300 products, including dinner time favourites and pantry staples, until June 25.

Deals include Coles Australian Lamb Shanks 2 Packs for $8.50 per kilo, down from $9.50 per kilo, and Coles Australian No Added Hormones Beef Oyster Blade Steak 500g for $11, down from $13.

Rival IGA has also announced dropped prices for more than 3,000 items until July 30, including winter favourites like Heinz Big Red Soup and staples like butter, yogurt, cheese and dishwashing liquid.

Earlier this year, Woolies dropped prices on more than 400 items until May 28, including meat, fruit and veg and Autumn staples.

Groceries are one of the top financial stressors for Aussies at the moment, Finder found, coming closely behind rent and mortgage repayments.

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