How your pet can save you $600 on groceries in 2022

Posted: 21 December 2021 2:27 pm
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Claw back your Christmas spending (2)

Score 10% savings on a big chunk of your shopping at Woolies.

Australians spend $624 on their groceries each month, according to a new analysis from Finder. But pet owners might not realise there's an insurance hack that can give you as much as $50 off at the checkout.

Festive spending was set to hit an eye-watering $23.9 billion this holiday season, making this a deal you'll want to know about.

Money off your shopping

You just have to sign up for a pet insurance plan with Woolworths to be eligible for 10% off your groceries monthly.

You then need to link your policy with your Everyday Rewards number and your online account before you can start saving.

This money saver is also available on a range of other insurances with Woolies including car, home and life.

What else should I know?

You can only use the 10% discount once per shop within a calendar month, and there's a limit of $500 per transaction. But this won't put off families and the bulk buyers among us, who'll be able to unlock up to $600 of savings in 2022.

How much of that you spend on treats for your beloved pooch or kitty is totally up to you.

Woolworths' Comprehensive Plus Cover comes with a generous annual benefit limit of $30,000, which is the highest limit we could find. Compare pet insurance deals.

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