Coles Supermarket Mastercard Gift Card Promotion: How to Save $93.50 with the New Deal
Coles supermarket is offering customers instant cash savings with their latest gift card promotion.
The retail giant is taking 10% off select Coles Mastercard gift cards for a limited time only.
Discounted gift cards can be used to pay for a range of items including groceries, household bills, gas, Christmas gifts and entertainment.
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Starting today and through Tuesday, October 25, Coles customers can pick up a $100 or $250 gift card and receive 10% off the total transaction, including fees purchase applicable.
Customers can pick up a $250 Coles Mastercard gift card, which has a $7 purchase fee, for just $231.30, leaving an extra $18.70 in their pocket.
Coles customers can also purchase a $100 Coles Mastercard gift card, with a $5 purchase fee per card, for $94.50 with the 10% cash back, a savings of $5.50.
There is a limit of five gift cards per customer, which means shoppers can save up to $93.50 by purchasing five $250 gift cards.
Coles says it’s one of his most popular — and biggest — promotions to date.
“We know this time of year can be difficult for many Australians with increased spending and continued cost of living pressures, so we are always looking for ways to help make a difference to their weekly budget,” said the Coles general manager. said packaged grocery manager Jonathan Torr.
“The best part about this promotion is that customers can use the Coles Mastercard Gift Card on a range of purchases, as well as combine savings at other retailers and put more money back in their pockets.
“Now is the perfect time to take advantage of the offer as we begin to prepare for Christmas and entertain ourselves, buy gifts for our loved ones or treat ourselves to a holiday.”
The offer of 10% off the $100 Coles Mastercard and $250 Coles Mastercard Gift Card is only available at Coles supermarkets until Tuesday, October 25 or while supplies last.
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