Grocery chains in Australia lure customers with new promotions

Currently, Australians continue to face rising costs of living as inflation has affected virtually all goods and services. In this regard, the country's largest retail chains have begun to launch new loyalty programs to attract as many visitors as possible. This was reported by the Nine News TV channel on June 1.

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The Coles supermarket chain, for example, announced a "triple-entry" program starting June 1, in which customers can increase their bonus points when they shop in the store.

Another supermarket chain Woolworths launched the Everyday Rewards Wallet application, which allows customers to earn points and save money when paying for a check with a QR code. Aldi has even gone for some price cuts, noting that their supermarket basket of goods is 15.6% cheaper than competitors.

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