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Woolworths is giving away FREE parcels to customers for Christmas – but their delivery method is making many think it’s a scam

  • Woolworths is giving free parcels to customers just in time for Christmas
  • But due to their delivery method, many think it is a scam
  • Store reps are cold calling loyalty cardholders to offer them one


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Woolworths is giving loyal customers free parcels just in time for Christmas – but their delivery method makes many think it’s a scam.

A suspicious shopper took to Facebook to ask if others had been contacted by the supermarket giant after a representative called her and asked if she would like a celebratory gift thanking her for participating in Woolworths Rewards.

While dozens initially declined to share their details, many said they had confirmed with store headquarters that a select few loyalty card holders would face a barrier this year.

Woolworths is giving free parcels to loyal customers just in time for Christmas - but their delivery method is making many think it's a scam

Woolworths is giving free parcels to loyal customers just in time for Christmas – but their delivery method is making many think it’s a scam

“How beautiful, I’ve never heard of that,” replied a woman.

Another said, ‘Wow, that’s great, I’d love to get one. Could really use a pick me up.’

It’s not clear what the packs contain, but elated shoppers have called it ‘delightful’ for the brand to do after another difficult year of lockdown and Covid forced border closures for millions of Australians.

Others said they were stunned by a surprise delivery last November.

One woman said that one day an expanded Woolies basket “came in the mail.”

Daily Mail Australia has asked Woolworths for clarification.

It comes after a supermarket worker sends shoppers into a tailspin by revealing a little-known feature about supermarket trolleys that can save you time at the checkout.

Sydney cashier Liam Kirley shared a TikTok video showing how smaller trolleys fit perfectly under manned tills at the end of the till.

Woolworths employee Liam Kirley unveiled a little-known feature about supermarket trolleys

Woolworths employee Liam Kirley unveiled a little-known feature about supermarket trolleys

In a now-viral TikTok video, he showed how smaller carts fit under manned checkouts at the end of the register.

In a now-viral TikTok video, he showed how smaller carts fit under manned checkouts at the end of the register.

Woolworths employee Liam Kirley unveiled a little-known feature about supermarket trolleys

This feature allows customers to skip the packing process and put the purchases directly back into the trolley.

“If you want to skip packing and you have a smaller trolley, these trolleys just sit in our tills – so you can easily put items in the trolley,” Liam said in the clip.

But there is a catch – the special function is only suitable for manned checkouts, not for self-service checkouts.

The now viral video, which has been viewed more than 28,000 times, sparked a wave of excitement online.

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