Woolworths shoppers are receiving free products as the supermarket giant releases a new wave of offers for tens of thousands of customers.
Woolies customers who are part of the supermarket's community Bunch have been urged to check their accounts as they could be eligible to pick up a range of goodies.
Bunch is a free online program currently made-up of 85,000 Everyday Rewards members across Australia and allows customers to sample and review free products in exchange for sharing their recipes and providing genuine feedback to Woolworths about its products.
'Check your Bunch accounts'
One shopper took to Facebook to alert Bunch members about the popular items that were now available in-store for free. "Check your Bunch accounts! Finally got something good," she wrote, adding that a 24-pack of Woolworths Party Pack Mud Cake Slices had been added to her Everyday Rewards card.
Another thrilled customer responded with, "I got a 4 pack of caramel slice. I've been hanging for one as well which is great." A third wrote, "I got custard tarts and the arancini balls. Well, Mum got the custard tarts, lucky duck lol."
Some weren't quite so impressed, with one shopper lamenting that she received a 170g bag of Woolworths Gourmet Baby Kale Leaf Mix rather than a sweet treat.
Many others shared the delicious delights they had scored including banana bread, lemon poppy seed muffins and a New York cheese cake alongside with steak, tuna, bread, coffee and other everyday items.
A number of customers expressed their disappointment as they had been unable to join invite-only Bunch despite signing up, while one said they had been placed on a wait list.
Bunch is 'at full capacity'
A Woolworths spokesperson told Yahoo Finance that Bunch is currently at "full capacity" with around 85,000 members across the country.
"Our Bunch food community has been very popular in recent years as a place for our customers to taste and review our latest own brand products," a Woolies spokesperson said.
"We currently have more than 85,000 customers on the program, who regularly receive free product samples for review. Although the program is currently at capacity, those who remain on the wait list still have access to read product reviews, ratings and comments as well as articles, recipes and videos."
Bunch gives members the opportunity to try full-sized sample portions for free in their own kitchens in exchange for cooking, experimenting and testing them out with their families then letting Woolworths "know what you really think of each product".