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#1 *melrose*

Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:33 PM

We have just moved into a unit which is 3 story's high, not wanting to carry all the shopping up those stairs every week wink.gif so wanting to know does anyone do the woolworths home delivery? how much does it cost for the delivery? ect.

Thanks biggrin.gif

#2 erindiv

Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:37 PM

I know you're asking about Woolworths but I have had deliveries from Coles, the cost of delivery depended on the time frame (2 or 3 hours) and was either $5 or $9. They brought it all into the house, right into my kitchen. Shopping online was so much easier than dragging the kids around the shops.

I don't do it now because my house is too messy Tounge1.gif

#3 YodaTheWrinkledOne

Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:41 PM

cost is anywhere between about $6-$12 I think, depending on the time slot you choose and how much you spend.  It's more expensive if you have a small shop.  

I used to use it all the time.  It's very convenient.  But I got irked with the delivery price and it certainly wasn't cheaper.  Upside is that I only bought what was needed, no spontaneous things added to the trolley while you are walking around.  I helped to do the "shop" with the laptop on the kitchen bench, simply buy exactly what was needed.

#4 meljb

Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:42 PM

I've used it, especially when I lived in a unit! These days the cost of delivery from Woolies depends on how much you spend. Usually im happy with their service, sometimes they stuff up but then they refund you. I'd say it's definitely worth trying original.gif

#5 Sui-yat

Posted 16 January 2013 - 04:47 PM

I occasionally get Woolworths home delivery. I believe your first delivery is free and then it ranges from $13-$5 depending on how much you spend. The products are also more expensive than what you would pay in the shop.

The benefits are I can more easily see what is on special and they remember what items you regularly order, saving time.

The delivery man usually drops the food at my front door. He doesn't bring it inside.




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