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Seriously? Sticky Specials (by Woolworths)

Woolworths Sticky Specials are the easy way to save a packet on the things you love. Simply stick your stickers on selected products from 12 – 25 September and you'll save the amount shown on the stickers - even on existing specials. It's easy peasy! To learn more about shopping online with Sticky Specials CLICK HERE.





Included with your Woolworths weekly catalogue that arrives in your mailbox is a one page sticker sheet. Simply take it with you when you shop and place stickers on the products you’d like to discount. Don't worry if you didn't get a sticker sheet, just have a chat to one of our friendly staff in-store who will make sure you don't miss out on our Sticky Special savings. It's that simple.



On the first look, this sounds like a good idea.  More savings.  But once I looked into more details, this promotion was just rubbish!  What a rubbish!

  • Why don't we just have catalog special instead?
  • Why do we need to have people getting the stickers?
  • Doesn't this just provide more waste for the environment?
  • Doesn't this cause more labours for employees at Woolworths stores?
  • Isn't this just saying to people, who doesn't bother with stickers or not able to get stickers for any reasons, "NO DISCOUNT FOR YOU!" ?


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