Everyday Rewards shoppers eligible for ‘orange Friday’ deals

Woolworths has launched an annual save event for its Everyday Rewards customers called ‘Orange Friday’, with dozens of products on offer and hundreds of dollars to be saved.

From Woolworths own supermarkets and Metro stores to Everyday Market, MyDeal, Everyday Mobile, and more, Orange Friday will be the brand’s biggest sale of the year.

Hannah Ross, Managing Director of Everyday Rewards, said in a media release: “Every month, millions of Everyday Rewards members scan their Everyday Rewards card and boost personalised offers, saving hundreds of dollars each year, and this year, we’re helping our members save even more, with the launch of Orange Friday.”

The savings shelves of Woolworths supermarkets and Metro stores are offering Member Price promotions at up to 50 per cent off a range of household brands.

Among the other offers, Everyday Extra subscribers can get a 50 per cent discount on an annual subscription plan, reducing it to $35 from the usual $70.

The Everyday Extra subscription allows subscribers to slash up to $100 off their monthly expenses with a 10 per cent discount on online and in-store shopping at Woolworths and BIG W.

Subscibers also get double Everyday Rewards points on every Woolworths and BIG W purchase.

Woolworths is not stopping at just subscription plans.

Everyday Mobile offers a half-price deal on 30-day prepaid starter packs for its mobile network, coupled with an offer of 2000 bonus Everyday Rewards points for in-store purchases.

Meanwhile, those looking for unlimited deliveries can get a 50 per cent discount on an annual subscription for Delivery Unlimited, pocketing savings of $59.50.

This subscription guarantees free delivery on same and next-day orders for all Woolworths Online purchases over $75 and doubles Everyday Rewards points on all online transactions.

During the Orange Friday sale, Everyday Rewards members can boost their points by making select purchases at Everyday Market from Woolworths, MyDeal, and HealthyLife.

The offers include “Super Deals” on various products, from electronics and small appliances to health and beauty, fitness and sports, bedding, and more.

For a limited time, shoppers can earn 2000 points on selected Everyday Market products and get five times Everyday Rewards points on every Everyday Market purchase exceeding $100.

Everyday Rewards has over 9.2 million active members, who it claims enjoy substantial savings and rewards from a diverse range of partners.

Partners include Woolworths, Metro, BWS, BIG W, HealthyLife, MyDeal, Marley Spoon, Everyday Market, and over 1000 EG and Ampol petrol sites.

Orange Friday ends November 28.

Originally published as ‘Orange Friday’ opens for Everyday Rewards shoppers at Woolworths

Cristeen Gonzama

Cristeen Gonzales writes about health and medicine. She tends toward stories that reveal the on-the-ground impact of health policy, with a particular focus on the opioid epidemic, Covid-19 and abortion.

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