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Coles is set to launch a huge sale on its Mastercard gift cards

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 19/10/2021 Cindy Tran for Daily Mail Australia
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Coles is set to launch a rare sale on its Mastercard gift cards to help shoppers save money in the lead up to Christmas.

Shoppers can pick up a $100 or $250 gift card and receive 10 per cent off the total transaction from Wednesday October 20 until Tuesday October 26.

The money-saving offer will help customers cut the price of upcoming purchases, including festive gifts, food and drinks, household bills, a night out, phone bills - or anything that can be bought with a Mastercard. 

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The discount means shoppers can pick up a $250 Coles Mastercard Gift Card, which carries a $7 purchase fee, for just $231.30 - that's an extra $18.70 in their pocket.

Customers can also buy a $100 Coles Mastercard Gift Card, which has a purchase fee of $5 per card. With the 10 per cent discount, shoppers will pay just $94.50 for a $100 card, which is a saving of $5.50.


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There's a limit of five Gift Cards per customer, which means customers can save up to $93.50 by purchasing five $250 gift cards. 

Coles general manager of non-food Jonathan Torr said the one-week offer is timed to give customers a way to save at a time they need it most.

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'We know that shoppers are beginning to purchase gifts for their loved ones for Christmas, they are planning their holidays and wanting to entertain their friends and families,' he said.

'As they start to spend more in the lead up to Christmas, they are looking for extra ways to save and an easy hack is to pop into Coles and purchase one of these discounted Coles Mastercard Gift Cards first. 

'The cards are accepted anywhere that accepts Mastercard so the possibilities on what and where customers can save with this special are endless. Customers need to get in early because it's only while stocks last and there are no rain checks.'

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