Woolworths makes multi-million dollar investment to drop prices on 140+ products in the lead up to Christmas
With Christmas less than 3 months away, Woolworths is dropping the prices on more than 140 products in-store and online from this Wednesday (30 September).
The multi-million dollar price investment by the supermarket will help customers save more over the festive season on Christmas lunch favourites, popular cookware ranges and items for entertaining friends and family.
Woolworths customers will save on Christmas staples like:
- Frozen Cooked Tiger Prawns 1kg (was $30 now $27)
- Woolworths Whole Chicken Marinated & Seasoned (was $7.50kg now $6.50kg)
- Woolworths Cranberry sauce (was $2.65 now $2.50)
- Woolworths Iced Fruit Cake 1kg (was $10.00 now $9.50)
- Woolworths Meringue Nests 10pk (was $6.00 now $5.50)
- Woolworths 6pk Fruit Mince Pies (was $1.70 now $1.50)
Major savings on cookware will be available across a dozen Wiltshire Easy Bake pans and sheets, ideal for baking cookies, quiche, cakes, slices with savings up to $3.80 on select pans. Baking ingredients like White Wings mixes have been dropped by fifty cents (was $4.00 now $3.50) across a range of cake and cookie mixes.
For customers looking to entertain more as the weather warms up, they’ll save on a range of:
- Macro fruit and nut packs (savings up to $3.00)
- A variety of Bickfords cordial flavours (was $4.00 now $3.60)
- 2pk foil bbq trays (was $5.00 now $4.50)
- Lindt pouches 80g – 125g (was $8.00 now $6.00)
Woolworths’ Director of Buying Paul Harker said: “Christmas is about coming together with loved ones, sharing great food and celebrating, but we know it will be very different for many Australians this festive season.
“It’s been a challenging year and customers will be looking for ways to save more during what’s typically an expensive season. We’re committed to providing customers with great value, so we’re dropping the prices on more than 140 products across our supermarkets and online. The price drops cover a range of pantry and Christmas favourites, entertaining essentials and cookware,making Christmas at home more affordable.
“Many customers also plan their Christmas shop months in advance and gradually stock their pantry to avoid last minute expenses. These dropped prices will help them save on their shopping right through til Christmas Eve.”
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