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Woolworths vs Coles: Which paid membership is better? [VIDEO]

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Is it worth spending more with Everyday Extra or Coles Plus?

I'm definitely obsessed with reward points, and one of the best ways to earn those is to get them from your regular supermarket shopping.

The latest data shows a typical household spends $535 a month on groceries. Food isn't an optional expense, so it pays to make sure you're getting all the value you can from supermarket loyalty schemes.

So I was happy to pitch with some expert comments for a Sunrise story comparing Woolworths Everyday Extra and Coles Plus.

My view on this is simple: anyone who shops regularly at Woolworths can save by signing up for Everyday Extra. That's especially the case right now, since you can join for $35, half the regular price, until 20 December 2023.

Coles Plus doesn't have the same broad appeal. If you regularly get deliveries, it's definitely a good deal, but it's not worth being a member solely for the bonus Flybuys points.

The same can be said for Delivery Unlimited, which is Woolworths' discounted delivery option. That's a good deal for delivery customers (especially with its own current half-price deal), but less compelling if delivery isn't part of your shopping routine.

Get more helpful money tips to help you save.

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