Best Woolworths, Coles 50%-off deals this week

Woolworths and Coles are selling delicious stuff at 50% off again this week. (Images: Coles, Woolworths)

Coles and Woolworths have a range of products selling for half-price every week. 

Why? These bargains are not designed to make money for the supermarket – they are lures to bring shoppers into their store rather than their rival's.

Both Woolworths and Coles are betting that the customers will buy other full-priced groceries to fill up their trolleys.

A side-benefit for the big supermarkets is that the 50 per cent off deals distinguish them from upstart Aldi. The discounting for the German challenger's weekly specials don't go anywhere near 50 per cent.

For your convenience, Yahoo Finance has put together the most attractive half-price deals from both Coles and Woolworths to assist you in deciding which to patronise this week.

The prices listed below will apply from Wednesday January 22 to Tuesday January 28 inclusive:

Woolworths: best half-price deals

Food items:

(Image: Woolworths)

Non-food items:

Coles: best half-price deals 

Non-food items:

  • Oral-B Vitality Precision Clean or Kids Frozen electric toothbrush: $22.50

  • Willow 25L hard cooler: $21

  • Finish dishwashing tablets Quantum Ultimate 50-pack or 0% 60-pack: $19

  • Bondi Sands Aero self-tanning foam 225mL: $12.50

  • Banana Boat Sport SPF50+ sunscreen lotion 400mL: $10

  • Maybelline Volume Express Colossal Big Shot Blackest Black Mascara 9.7mL: $10

  • Nature’s Way adult Vita Gummies Vitamin C 120-pack: $10

  • Nature’s Way Restore Probiotic tablets 28-pack: $10

((mage: Coles)

Food items:

  • Cadbury Favourites boxed chocolate 570g: $10

  • Sunrice jasmine rice 5kg: $10

  • Gold Sunset vegetable, sunflower or canola oil 4L: $9

  • President camembert or double brie 200g: $5

  • Birds Eye oven bake fish fillets 425g: $5

  • Bulla Murray St ice cream sticks 4-pack 400mL: $5

  • La Española olive oil 500mL: $4.50

  • Steggles chicken breast tenders 400g: $3.97

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