Shoppers can’t believe their luck as Woolworths sends them FREE hampers as a festive surprise – after thinking the phone calls were from ‘scammers’
- Loyal customers have been surprised with free hampers from Woolworths
- Shoppers say they have received calls from the supermarket prior to the delivery
- It’s claimed only Everyday Rewards shoppers will receive the hampers
- The boxes are filled with delicious festive treats to share and enjoy
Woolworths has surprised customers with free Christmas hampers packed with delicious treats.
Nicole, from Adelaide, South Australia, thought she was receiving a scam call from an unknown number, but instead it was the supermarket giant calling to say they will be delivering a hamper to her door.
After receiving the box of goods, Nicole shared an image to a popular Facebook group confirming the hampers are legitimate.
Late last month there was speculation online that Woolworths will be gifting loyal Everyday Rewards shoppers with goodie packs, though many thought it wasn’t true.
Nicole, from Adelaide, South Australia, thought she was receiving a scam call from an unknown number but instead it was the retail giant calling to say they will be delivering a hamper to her door
‘Woolworths called me about three weeks ago and wanted to say thank u for being an online customer and checked me details. When they called I thought it was a scam call but it was legit!’ she wrote online.
Her box was filled with four different products including Officers’ Mess honey coated popcorn, Charlie’s Fine Food Co mini cheese bites, artisan pita and a jar of jam.
In the comments of the Facebook post, others confirmed they too received a call then the hamper arrived a week or so later.
‘They double checked my address and email address and I received a shipping advice a week or so later I think it was,’ one person wrote.
‘I got mine yesterday! Pretty exciting receiving something,’ another added.
A third praised the supermarket and wrote: That’s awesome. Well done, good to see a company rewarding people.’
Others branded it ‘a lovely thing’ for the brand to do after another difficult year of lockdown and Covid-forced border closures for millions of Australians.