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Woolworths' major change for Everyday Rewards members

Everyday Rewards members will be able to get special prices from today.

Woolworths supermarket and Everyday Rewards card.
Woolworths is introducing members-only specials from today. (Source: Getty/Woolworths)

Woolworths Everyday Rewards customers will be able to access exclusive savings, as the supermarket giant attempts to hold onto shoppers’ loyalty.

From today, Woolworths supermarkets and metro stores are introducing in-store and online Member Prices - available to Everyday Rewards members only.

Offers available this week include any three Greenseas Tuna 95g range for $4.50 (normally $2.60 each), and any two Woolworths Snack Pots for $10 (normally $7 each).

Shoppers can access the members-only specials by scanning their Everyday Rewards card at the checkout.

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The Rewards program is free to join and gives customers $10 off their shop each time they earn 2,000 points.

Prices dropped on 450 products

Woolworths has also dropped the prices of more than 450 products from today - including lamb roasts, white potatoes and fresh bagged salads - as part of its seasonal Prices Dropped for Spring program.

The supermarket giant said the price drops were worth more than $615 across the full basket of products and would save the average shopper 17 per cent off their grocery bill.

Woolworths supermarkets managing director Natalie Davis said Aussies were looking at every way to save money right now.

“Our research shows that customers are using more hacks to save on their grocery shops. Buying products on special is at the top of the list, with meal planning not far behind,” Davis said.

“With this in mind, we looked at how we could create healthier meal ideas, including affordable lamb roast, weekday dinners and healthier lunchbox snacks kids will love.”

Prices will be dropped from today until November 28, 2023.

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