Woolworths unlocks 24 days of Christmas deals: ‘They're awesome'

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Right off the back of some money-saving Black Friday deals, Woolworths has just launched another set of savings.

The supermarket giant has launched 24 days of Christmas Offers, revealing a new online deal every day.

The countdown to Christmas will see a new offer unlocked every 24 hours, but there’s a catch.

The discount offers are only available to customers online and are not redeemable in stores.

But, despite the online-only offers, customers can still score some super savings throughout December.

A advent calender-style image of doors one to ten.
Each day a new deal is dropped online for customers to claim. Source: Woolworths

“With Christmas approaching, we’re offering a helping hand to customers who shop online with special daily offers, starting from today,” a Woolworths spokesperson told Yahoo News Australia.

“In the lead up to the 25th, a new offer or two will be revealed each day.”

What’s on offer?

Each deal is valid for a different length of time, so shoppers will need to check back on the Woolies website each day to score the new deals and read each set of terms and conditions.

The first offer which kicked off on December 1 included 1000 bonus Everyday Rewards points when shoppers spent $200 on WISH Gift Cards.

An additional deal was also launched offering $5 delivery when shoppers spend $30 or more online and is valid until December 3.

While the deals are only available online, shoppers will be able to score some big savings and bonus offers. Source: Woolworths
While the deals are only available online, shoppers will be able to score some big savings and bonus offers. Source: Woolworths

“Customers can expect to find discounts on their favourite products, special offers and giveaways along with festive inspiration, tips and tricks and more to help make this Christmas more convenient and one to remember,” the spokesperson continued.

Members of a Woolworths enthusiast group on Facebook shared their excitement for the launch of daily deals with one person excitedly commenting: “Wow this is awesome!”

Others shared their excitement in finding out about the daily offers, with one saying: “Ooooh I didn't know about this. Thanks for the info!”

Woolies is offering shoppers deals right up until Christmas Day. Source: Getty, file.
Woolies is offering shoppers deals right up until Christmas Day. Source: Getty, file.

Woolies gives away free Christmas hampers

Woolworths isn’t just surprising customers with a deal a day, they’re also sending out free Christmas hampers to selected customers.

Selecting a handful of loyal Everyday Rewards members at random, the retailer has already staring sending out the free Christmas gift.

The select group of members will receive a hamper filled with goodies to enjoy over the festive season.

“To spread the Christmas cheer, our team will be surprising some of our loyal Everyday Rewards members with Christmas hampers to help kick start their holiday gifting season,” a Woolworths spokesperson said.

One lucky recipient of the free hamper says she was “so excited” to have been selected.

“Woolworths contacted me to say thank you for being a great customer with them online and that they knew Australians were going through a hard time with Covid, lockdowns and everything and wanted to bring some Christmas cheer,” Nicole Smith from Prospect, South Australia told Yahoo News Australia.

“And it certainly did! I don’t have the hamper yet, but it will come in a few weeks.

“It’s nice to get something to say thank you.”

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