Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Woolworths drops prices on Christmas staples

Woolworths has reduced the price of more than 150 festive season favourites to help families spend less over the entertaining season.

According to the retailer, the selection has been timed to match customer needs for “delicious and convenient meals” heading into summer as well as easy entertaining inspiration for family and friends. Overall, the total saving across the basket of Price Dropped for Christmas products is $214, an average of 17% less.

Some of the Prices Dropped for Christmas products available from 1 November to 27 December, include:

  • Roast Pork Loin – was $14 per kilo, now $12 per kilo
  • Woolworths Pavlova Base – was $9.20, now $6
  • Australian Karumba Banana Prawns 1kg – was $26, now $20 each
  • Bundaberg Sparkling 4pk – was $7.45, now $5.15
  • Smiths Crinkle Cut Chips 380g – was $8.50, now $6

Woolworths half leg ham has also been lowered to $8/kg, which the retailer says is the lowest price in nine years. The offer is available now until sold out.

“We know customers will be looking to stretch their budgets as far as they can this Christmas,” says Woolworths Supermarkets Managing Director Natalie Davis.

“We want to help them spend less this festive season via our Prices Dropped for Christmas and Low Price programs, as well as our thousands of weekly specials.

“We’ve got a number of pantry essentials in the Prices Dropped for Christmas range, but we’ve also added some special seasonal picks that are perfect for entertaining. Whether it’s roast pork or a pavlova base, customers can find great prices on key items as they plan for a festive feast including our award-winning half leg ham which is the lowest it’s been at this time for nine years.

“There’s also a vast range of our Woolworths and Gold own brand seasonal products now available. This includes more than 40 award-winning products that are both delicious and affordable, bringing the best of Christmas to our customers with locally sourced ingredients and Australian flavours.”

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