Woolies and SuperPharmacy announce partnership

Sydney-based national online discount chemist SuperPharmacy has joined the Woolworths’ Everyday Rewards program.

Everyday Rewards members can now earn one point per dollar on SuperPharmacy purchases made online. This excludes pharmacist and prescription medicines and consultations (booking and appointment fees).

Members are also able to access regular additional bonus points promotions.

Proprietor and Head Pharmacist Warren Turner says SuperPharmacy’s mission has always been to provide real value to all Australians in the successful management of their health and wellbeing via its Australia-wide pharmacists and team members.

“Working with Everyday Rewards, we are thrilled to now be delivering opportunities for our loyal customers to get more value from their shop with us by earning rewards points on their eligible purchases,” he says.

Woolworths’ Everyday Rewards Director Hannah Ross adds: “Our members tell us value has never been more important to them and we’re working to deliver it across more of their everyday needs.

“We’re also committed to supporting our members’ wellbeing by rewarding them for seeking healthier options as part of their everyday shopping.

“By partnering with SuperPharmacy on Everyday Rewards points, we’re giving our members another opportunity to earn points when they shop for everyday needs, alongside the many opportunities we offer across Woolworths businesses and with other partners.”

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