Mum shares the ‘hot savings’ hack she swears by for cutting the cost of her Woolworths shops – and she’s not alone
- A mum swears by Woolworths’ Direct to Boot to avoid any impulse purchases
- Others said they easily save hundreds a month by avoiding going in-stored
A mum has shared why the ‘Direct to Boot’ option at Woolworths is saving her hundreds of dollars, and she’s not alone in swearing by the service.
The Australian woman, called Jessi, posted on Facebook where she shared her ‘hot savings tips’.
She explained that the beauty of the Direct to Boot service is that ‘not a single extra thing went into her cart’.
A mum has shared why the ‘Direct to Boot’ option at Woolworths is saving her hundreds of dollars, and she’s not alone in swearing by the service (Direct to Boot pictured)
‘My hot savings tip for the day: Direct to Boot at Woolies,’ Jessi wrote.
‘Not a single extra thing went in my cart and my top-up shop only cost me $60. Not going to lie I’d normally spend double that from impulse buys.’
Direct to Boot requires you to order online or through the Woolworths app.
You then choose when you want to collect it, Woolworths sends you a text when the order it ready and you notify Woolworths when you’re 15 minutes away.
Jessi wasn’t the only fan of Direct to Boot for saving money amidst the cost of living crisis.
‘I did my first Woolies Direct to Boot online order this week and total was $116. I didn’t buy anything I didn’t need – it was amazing, I’m doing it weekly ahaha,’ one commenter wrote.
‘Yes! I did this for the first time the other day and was so nice to know I wasn’t tempted buying all the snacky junk food that I would usually chuck in the trolley that wasn’t on my shopping list! Such an easy process too,’ another added.
A third wrote: ‘This is the only way I shop. I spend some time shopping the specials and stock up on what half price. Also do use the tab with the always low prices. Takes a bit of time but I spend anywhere from $60 – $90 per shop’.
All Direct to boot and Pick up orders are free of service fees. A minimum spend of $50 applies and bag fees are not included.
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