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Woolworths offers Prices Dropped and Low Price programs this spring

This spring, Woolworths wants customers to spend less with them by taking advantage of specials and Prices Dropped and Low Price programs.

From 23 August until 28 November 2023, Woolworths will drop the prices of more than 450 products as part of its seasonal Prices Dropped for Spring program.

“Overall, the total saving across the basket of Price Dropped products is $615, or an average of 17% less.”

Woolworths Supermarkets Managing Director Natalie Davis says: “We know people are looking at every way to save right now and we’re encouraging our customers to spend less with us.

“Our research shows that customers are using more hacks to save on their grocery shops. Buying products on special is at the top of the list, with meal planning not far behind.

“With this in mind, we looked at how we could create healthier meal ideas, including affordable lamb roast, weekday dinners and healthier lunchbox snacks kids will love.”

As part of the Prices Dropped program, Woolworths has curated the products into meal ideas to help make it easier for customers to plan budget-friendly meals for their families.

Some of the meal ideas using the Prices Dropped for Spring products include:

An affordable lamb roast:

  • Australian Lamb Leg Roast – Was $12/kg, now $10/kg. This is the lowest price since August 2018.
  • Australian Washed White Potatoes 2kg pack – Was $7.50, now $4
  • Customers can also take advantage of great value on seasonal vegetables right now such as zucchini, capsicum and broccoli, with most vegetables around 20 per cent cheaper than a year ago (based on data from Jul 2022 vs Jul 2023).

Mid-week family meals

  • 2kg Woolworths Lasagne – was $13.30, now $12.50
  • Woolworths Chicken Nuggets (1kg) – was $11, now $10
  • Woolworths Garlic Bread – was $3.60, now $3
  • Fresh bagged salad varieties (120g) – was $3, now $2.20.

Healthier lunchbox snacks

  • Chobani Yoghurt Pouches (140g) – was $2.50, now $2.15
  • Qukes baby cucumbers (250g pack) – was $4.50, now $3
  • Solanato tomato punnet (200g pack) – was $4.50, now $3
  • Australian Snackables Carrots (250g pack) – was $3.90, now $3
  • 5 pack fruit range – was $3.50, now $2.50
  • Woolworths 6-pack chocolate milk (with a 4.5 Health Star Rating) – was $4.60, now $3.50
  • Carman’s fruit straps (with a 4 Health Star Rating) – was $6, now $5.

Other Prices Dropped for Spring highlights include:

  • Steggles Chicken Snacks Bulk 1kg pack – was $13.50, now $12
  • Lamb leg steak (540g pack) – was $16, now $14
  • Pork loin chop – was $19/kg, now $17/kg
  • Macro Free Range stir fry chicken (500g pack) – was $12, now $10
  • McCain Beer Batter Chips (750g pack) – was $5.30, now $4.70.

Woolworths Supermarkets and Metro stores will also be introducing in-store Member Prices for Everyday Rewards members from this Wednesday. Member offers this week (from Wednesday) include any three Greenseas Tuna 95g range for $4.50 (normally $2.60 each), and any two Woolworths Snack Pots (120-225g) for $10 (normally $7 each).

This follows the Woolworths Group announcement last week that it will donate the equivalent of 13 million meals to partners in Australia including OzHarvest, Foodbank and Fareshare. The meals are in addition to the equivalent of 28 million meals created in Australia through Woolworths’ food diversion initiatives over the past year, which see excess edible food from Woolworths collected by food relief partners.

For the full list of Prices Dropped products, visit the Woolworths website.

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