Woolworths has announced that it will drop prices on more than 400 spring staples as part of its Prices Dropped program, including everyday items such as chicken, bread, yoghurt and vitamins.
Woolies will also reduce prices on entertaining essentials like cheeses and dips, which will be welcome news to customers who are looking to save on their weekly grocery bills.
The latest additions to Woolies' Prices Dropped program will be available to shoppers online and in-store from Wednesday 24 August to Tuesday 29 November.
Springtime savings at Woolworths
Shoppers can save on the following seasonal items as part of Woolworths' Prices Dropped campaign:
WW RSPCA Chicken Mince 500g – was $6.50 each, now $6 each
Moccona Instant Coffee 400G – was $26.00, now $20.00
KB’s Prawn Gyoza 1kg – was $22.70, now $17.00
Chobani Fit 170g – was $2.50, now $2.00
Mersey Valley Cheese 180g – was $7.50, now $6.00
Dilmah Premium Leaf Tea 50g – was $5.30, now $3.70
Western Star Salt Butter 500g – was $7.50, now $7.00
Flora Spread 1kg – was- $8.95, now $8.50
Macro free range Chicken Split Lemon and herb – was $11, now $10.50
Weet-bix Blends 450-575g – was $5.70, now $5
Prep Set Go Stir Fry 500g – from the freezer – was $4, now $3
Vitasoy Soy Milky 1 Litre – was $2.60, now $2.30
Chobani High Protein Fit Pot & Pouch 140-170g – was $2.50, now $2
Australian RSPCA Approved Chicken Mince 500g – was $6.50 each, now $6 each
Woolworths Caesar Salad Kit 350g – was $5.50, now $5/pk
Woolworths Ready-to-eat Meals 350g – was $4 now $3.20
Captains Table Water Crackers 125g – was $1.80, now $1.50 each
Red Rock Deli Dips 150g – was $5, now $4
Shoppers can also score savings on a range of pantry staples and cleaning essentials from leading brands, such as Uncle Tobys, Chux, Moccona, Arnott's, Birds Eye, Edgell and Woolworths-own brand products.
Rising prices hits Aussie households
Woolworths' Chief Commercial Officer Paul Harker said the Springtime Prices Dropped program is the supermarket's largest campaign to-date.
"Due to the higher cost of living being felt across all households in Australia, we know customers are looking for better value in their shop," Harker said.
"Over 150 of these products have a Health Star Rating of 3.5 or higher. These include key family favourites to make mealtimes easier, healthier and more affordable. We are also providing healthier choices to our customers for snacking, lunchbox and breakfast occasions."
More ways to save
Meanwhile, Woolworths is offering shoppers further savings by putting a "prize freeze" on almost 200 everyday essentials until the end of the year.
Woolworths currently offers an average of 5,000 different items on special every week across its range of pantry, household and grocery essentials.
Customers can also reduce the cost of their weekly shop by joining the Everyday Rewards program, which gives customers $10 off their shop each time they earn 2,000 points.
Everyday Rewards members can save four cents off every litre of fuel at EG and Ampol petrol stations, and earn one reward point for every dollar they spend there.