Coles offering triple Flybuys points, hundreds of items for $1 or less

Australians hoping to stock up their pantry for winter are in for a triple treat at their local Coles supermarket this June.

For the first time ever, the supermarket chain says it will be offering triple Flybuys points on thousands of Coles brand products nationwide.

Coles customers will also be pleased to see “$1 or less” aisle ends from June 1, where the price of hundreds of essential everyday items will be kept to a dollar or less, the retailer has revealed.

Coles supermarket shelves
Coles is offering triple Flybuys points on thousands of products for the first time. Source: Coles

Big savings

Pantry staples such as a 500g pack of Coles Durum Wheat pasta range will be retailing for $1, Coles’ Tuna 85g tin range for 90 cents, and Coles canned Italian tomatoes for 80 cents.

Coles is also encouraging customers to take advantage of their Mix ‘n Save offer at the meat section where shoppers will be able to buy two packs of 15 popular cuts for $12. This offer includes Coles’ 550g pack of Original Beef Sausages, Coles’ 400g pack of RSPCA Chicken Burgers Plain Crumb and Coles’ Pork & Beef 3-star mince.

Going 'Down Down'

On top of this, Coles says it is also introducing hundreds of “Down Down” prices on popular products.

Some of the products that will drop in price are large packs of Coles RSPCA Chicken drumsticks, which will be sold for $4 per kg instead of the usual retail price of $4.30 per kg. Coles 300g Kitchen Soup range will see a 50c drop from $3 to $2.50, while the 4-pack Danone Ultimate Greek Yoghurt range will be selling for $3.75, down from its usual price of $4.50.

Coles triple Flybuys points sign on pasta shelf
Shoppers can get triple Flybuys points on select items until June 28. Source: Coles

“By keeping our Coles pasta range at a dollar and by cutting the cost of Coles RSPCA Chicken Drumsticks and other winter staples like soups, Coles Bacon and High Fibre bread, we are helping Australians save money on their regular purchases to deliver better value at a time they need it most,” Coles Chief Executive, Commercial and Express Leah Weckert said in a statement.

In April, Coles also introduced bulk buys, and unveiled 44 super-sized household staples as part of its “Big Pack Value” range in hope to help its customers save more money through purchasing jumbo quantities of food for a fraction of the usual cost.

Customers hoping to supercharge their Flybuys points balance will be able to do so until June 28, and will be able to redeem their points at checkout during future shops or use it for gift cards, travel, entertainment, technology or even Christmas food and presents.

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