Woolworths supermarket is giving away a year’s worth of free food to Everyday Rewards members: here’s how to enter

Woolworths supermarket has announced an epic giveaway to celebrate the start of its new Bricks Farm promotion.

The latest collectibles campaign starts today, giving shoppers the chance to score one Bricks Farm pack with every $30 spent in-store and online.

To mark the official launch, Woolworths is giving Everyday Rewards members the chance to win a year’s worth of fresh food.

For more Food related news and videos check out Food >>

The supermarket will award $5,000 in Woolworths Gift Cards to six customers over the six weeks of the Woolworths Bricks Farm campaign.

There will also be a minor prize — 100 Everyday Rewards members will win 10,000 Everyday Rewards points

Entering is simple — customers just need to spend $30 and scan or link their Everyday Rewards card for a chance to win a share of $180,000 in Woolworths Gift Cards (see box below for more details).

Woolworths has announced a new giveaway for Everyday Rewards members. Credit: Supplied

The competition comes as Woolworths Bricks Farm lands in stores across Australia.

This collection focuses on the journey from farm to supermarket, championing the important work Aussie farmers do.

Woolworths Bricks Farm is made using 100% recycled plastic taken from items including refrigerators, safety goggles, and luggage handles, and has been certified by GECA.

How to score a bonus pack

If customers purchase participating products from the below brands, they will receive a bonus Bricks Farm pack:

Buy one, get one Bricks Farm pack

  • Carman’s
  • Cetaphil
  • Colgate
  • D’orsogna
  • Dove
  • Finish
  • Gillette
  • Head & Shoulders
  • Huggies
  • Nescafe
  • OMO
  • Purina Felix
  • Purina ONE
  • Sanitarium
  • Sorbent
  • SunRice
  • Wonder White
  • Yoplait

Buy two, get one Bricks Farm pack

  • Yoplait Petit Miam
  • Yoplait Petit YOP
Woolworths customers will receive one Bricks Farm pack with every $30 spent in store or online. Credit: Ken Leanfore/Woolworths

“As Today’s Fresh Food People, it is important that we share and celebrate the role our Aussie farmers play in providing the fresh produce customers enjoy,” Woolworths Group Chief Marketing Officer Andrew Hicks said.

“Woolworths Bricks Farm, made using 100% recycled plastic, has been designed to show the intricate ecosystem of an Australian farm.

“We hope the second chapter of our Bricks collectible once again encourages our customers to learn more about where their food comes from through interactive play.”

A selection of Woolworths Bricks Farm pieces. Credit: Ken Leanfore/Woolworths

Everyday Rewards competition

Woolworths is giving Everyday Rewards members to win free food for a year. Here’s how it works:

  • Customers will receive one entry for every $30 spent (maximum of 10 entries per Everyday Rewards Member, per day) when they scan or link their Everyday Rewards Card
  • $5,000 in Woolworths Gift Cards will be awarded to 1 x customer per state grouping over the six weeks of the Woolworths Bricks Farm campaign (state groupings: WA, SA/NT, NSW/ACT, VIC, QLD, TAS)
  • There will also be a minor prize — 100 Everyday Rewards members will win 10,000 Everyday Rewards points
  • Find out more here.

If you’d like to view this content, please adjust your .

To find out more about how we use cookies, please see our Cookie Guide.

Read original article here

Denial of responsibility! Bulletin Reporter is an automatic aggregator around the global media. All the content are available free on Internet. We have just arranged it in one platform for educational purpose only. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials on our website, please contact us by email – [email protected]. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Leave a comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More