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The 2024 guide to Woolworths’ Everyday Rewards program

Maximise your Everyday Rewards points with these top tips for earning and redeeming points in the Everyday Rewards program.

Woolworths' Everyday Rewards is one of Australia's most popular loyalty programs, with more than 14 million members. It's free to join and get rewarded when you shop at Woolworths supermarkets, BWS, Big W and participating Ampol, EG Australia and Caltex Woolworths fuel outlets. You'll also earn points with other select partners.

Collect enough points and you can start enjoying benefits, including:

  • Discounts at the checkout. Save $10 off an eligible shop at Woolworths or BWS when your balance reaches 2,000 points.
  • Save for Christmas. Don't want $10 off every time you reach that 2,000-point milestone? You can choose to save your points to spend them all at once later down the track when you know you'll want to save money.
  • Qantas Points. Convert your Everyday Rewards to Qantas Points, with 2,000 Everyday Rewards points equalling 1,000 Qantas Points. Every 2,000 Everyday Rewards points you earn will be automatically converted to Qantas Points and should appear in your frequent flyer account within 24 hours.

How do you become an Everyday Rewards member?

Becoming an Everyday Rewards member is free and easy to do online or in participating stores. There's no age limit, though minors are excluded from liquor sales.

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How you can earn Everyday Rewards points

Earn points on your shopping

Earn 1 Everyday Rewards point for every $1 you spend at Woolworths supermarkets, BWS, Big W or at participating Ampol, EG Australia and Caltex Woolworths fuel outlets. There are 3 ways to shop:

  • Shopping with your card. Swipe your Everyday Rewards membership card at the register before you pay. The cashier will usually prompt you but note that if you forget to swipe your card at the checkout, you won't be able to earn rewards for that purchase.
  • Shopping with your phone. You can also earn points by scanning a digital version of your membership card via the Woolworths app. You'll just need to download the app to your smartphone or device and add your membership card information under the "More" section. Once these details are saved, you just need to click "show barcode" when holding your phone up to the register. You can also add your Everyday Rewards card to your Apple wallet or Google Pay wallet.
  • Shopping online. If you buy your groceries through Woolworths Online, you'll be asked to fill in your Everyday Rewards details as part of the payment process.

Everyday Extra from Everyday Rewards

Everyday Extra is a paid extension of the Everyday Rewards program, which was launched in mid-2022 but is now available for all members. It costs $7 a month or $59 per year, with benefits including:

  • 3 times the normal points at Woolworths and Big W.
  • 10% off 1 shop a month at both Woolworths and Big W (capped at $50 savings per shop).
  • Monthly subscriber-only offers, such as free products and points boosters.

There is also a free 30-day trial for new members. Sign up here.

Earn points on meal delivery kits

Both Marley Spoon and Dinnerly offer Everyday Rewards points for their meal delivery kits. Just add your Everyday Rewards details to your account with either service and you'll earn 1 Everyday Rewards point for every $1 spent on meal kit orders.

Earn points on utilities and health insurance

Both Origin Energy and Bupa have partnered with Everyday Rewards to offer you the following ways to earn points:

  • Origin Energy. Sign up for an Origin Everyday Rewards Energy Plan and you'll earn at least 5,000 points as a new customer, plus 1 point per $1 on your energy bill. These plans are available for residential properties, with options for electricity, natural gas or a combined plan. A combined electricity and gas plan will net you 10,000 points equivalent to $50 off at Woolworths.
  • Bupa. Join Bupa health insurance and add your Everyday Rewards account number (and/or Woolies21 promo code) during sign-up to earn bonus Everyday Rewards points. You can earn up to 130,000 points for couples/family insurance or up to 80,000 points for singles insurance.

You'll also earn 3x the points on fresh fruit and veggies as well as on Macro Wholefoods Market products at Woolworths (for 60 days).

Bonus points and special offers

Everyday Rewards has bonus point offers and other promotions at different times through the year. Current offers are usually shared by email or through the Woolworths app. As well as personalised offers, you’ll also receive member-only deals and exclusive offers in-store, online and via email.

You can also check your current offers, view your point balance and update your reward preferences at selected Woolworths supermarkets that have a Rewards Hub. Simply scan your membership card at the terminal to access these services.

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How much are Everyday Rewards points worth?

Unlike other programs like Flybuys, determining how much Everyday Rewards points are worth is pretty straightforward because there are fewer rewards to choose from.

If you're rewarded with $10 off your shop for every 2,000 points earned, each Everyday Rewards point is worth 0.5 cents.

If you choose Qantas Points, then 2,000 Everyday Rewards points are equal to 1,000 Qantas Points. That's at a rate of 0.5 Qantas Points per $1 spent.

Converting your points to Qantas Points doesn't have a fixed dollar value but, considering the cost of flights, it is often the best way to get the most value out of your points in the long run.

Learn more about calculating the value of rewards.

How many Everyday Rewards points do I need for a free flight?

We know a Qantas Point is worth 0.5 Everyday Rewards points. Let's see how far those points can take you.

A Qantas Classic Flight Rewards starts from 8,000 points (or 6,400 if you want to redeem a Jetstar flight) for up to 600 miles.

That means for 16,000 Everyday Rewards points, you could take a free flight.

Examples of Qantas Points needed for free flights in Australia

Departure cityQantas Points required for a return flightEveryday Rewards Points required for a return flight
Alice Springs24,00048,000
Gold Coast19,20038,400
Departure cityQantas Points required for a return flightEveryday Rewards Points required for a return flight
Alice Springs24,00048,000
Gold Coast24,00048,000
Departure cityPoints Qantas required for a return flightEveryday Rewards Points required for a return flight
Alice Springs24,00048,000
Gold Coast24,00048,000
Departure cityQantas Points required for a return flightEveryday Rewards Points required for a return flight
Alice Springs36,00072,000
Gold Coast28,80057,600
Departure cityQantas Points required for a return flightEveryday Rewards Points required for a return flight
Alice Springs36,00072,000
Gold Coast16,00032,000
Departure cityQantas Points required for a return flightEveryday Rewards Points required for a return flight
Alice Springs40,60081,200
Gold Coast28,80057,600
Departure cityQantas Points required for a return flightEveryday Rewards Points required for a return flight
Alice Springs156,400312,800
See our guide to the Qantas Frequent Flyer program.

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How many Qantas Points can I earn at Woolworths?

Use our calculator to see how many Qantas Points you can earn from your weekly grocery shop.

Can you buy extra Everyday Rewards points?

No, you can't buy extra Everyday Rewards points. If you're redeeming your Everyday Rewards points for Qantas Points and are short of points for a rewards flight, you can buy more Qantas Points.

Can you transfer Everyday Rewards points?

Yes, you can transfer and convert 2,000 Everyday Rewards points to 1,000 Qantas Points. You can set this up automatically in your Everyday Rewards account.

How to earn Qantas Points with Everyday Rewards

But what's the catch?

There are 2 common mistakes Everyday Rewards members make when it comes to the program.

  • Forgetting to swipe your Everyday Rewards card at the checkout. If you forget to swipe your card at the checkout, you won't be able to collect points on your purchase. We recommend you add your card to your Apple Wallet or Google Pay account so it's always on your phone. You can also download the Everyday Rewards app. See below how to recover missing points.
  • Trying to earn points on ineligible purchases. Not all purchases are eligible to earn points. Eligible purchases include most everyday items you'll buy at Woolworths or another partner. Purchases that are not eligible to earn points include smoking products, gift cards, mobile recharge, Woolworths Mobile, travel cards and tickets, delivery charges, Internet cafes, Woolworths flowers, Carpet Care, lottery products and purchases made using AmpolCard.

Frequently asked questions

Want to know more about Everyday Rewards? Below, we've included answers to some common questions. If you have another question, check out our complete guide to Everyday Rewards FAQs or leave a comment below.

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    AnneMarch 21, 2024

    How do change my points t
    Back to $10 off shop instead of quantas points please

      SarahMarch 25, 2024Finder

      Hi Anne, You can change this in your app. Click your profile icon in the top right, then select “Choose how you’re rewarded”. From there you can select automatic $10 savings; bank for Christmas; or Qantas Points.

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    BelindaFebruary 9, 2024

    My everyday rewards card has already been linked to the maximum number of accounts. How can I change the accounts I want to link my card to?

      AmyFebruary 12, 2024Finder

      Hi Belinda,
      You can update these details by logging into your Everyday Rewards account, going to “My Account”, then “Cards & accounts” and selecting the option to link accounts. Alternatively, you can contact the Everyday Rewards support service by calling 1300 10 1234 and selecting option 1. I hope this helps.

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    LillbNovember 20, 2023

    It seems you know need to pay to be part of everyday rewards?

      AmyNovember 21, 2023Finder

      Hi Lillb,
      It’s still free to join Everyday Rewards. The extension of this program, Woolworths Everyday Extra, has a monthly or yearly fee and offers extra points and regular savings on your shopping. Finder has done some analysis on whether Everyday Extra is worth paying for that may be of interest. But the actual Everyday Rewards program remains free for earning and redeeming points. I hope this helps.

      SarahNovember 21, 2023Finder

      Everyday Rewards remains free, however you can pay to be a part of Everyday Extra.

      Here’s some more information on that program:

      Hope this helps!

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    JanetteMarch 18, 2023

    What time of day does the 16000 points offer finish on 19 th March?

      AmyMarch 20, 2023Finder

      Hi Janette,
      You can see details of Everyday Rewards offers when you log in to your account, including the terms and conditions that include details of when an offer will end. If you ever have questions about an offer or your Everyday Rewards account, you can call Everyday Rewards on 1300 10 1234 or use the online chat service. I hope that helps.

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    AndrewMay 11, 2019

    Do I need to spend money to get my 10 dollars off my next shop or do I just use my reward

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      BellaMay 11, 2019

      Hi Andrew,

      Thanks for your inquiry.

      You’ll automatically save $10 on your next eligible shop at Woolworths or BWS when your balance reaches 2,000 points. Please note that you won’t be able to get money off your shop through Woolworths Rewards when shopping at Big W or Caltex Woolworths fuel outlets.

      I hope this helps.

      Kind regards,

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