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my5 at Coles

Here’s how it works:

  • You can choose your my5’s from over 800 Product Groups.
  • Select all 5 Product Groups to activate your my5 discount. Your my5 discount will be active within 3 days -  remember to swipe your flybuys card at the time of purchase.
  • Purchase up to 5 items from your selected Product Groups per day.
  • Your my5 discount is available until 31 October 2012.
 See flybuys for details.

To utilize my5 to low your grocery cost, you want to choose high-cost items as your my5.
This is the great news for parents with baby.  Personally, I choose nappy, formula, etc.

Higgues nappy bulk size with two boxes, you would trigger the discount and get them 10% off.  At $33 a box at the moment, it would be reduced to $29.70.  That is cheaper than Costco.

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