Supermarket giant Woolworths has launched a ‘luxe for less’ homewares collection and announced big changes to its rewards system.
With Australians spending more time at home than ever before, the grocery chain has upped the stakes by unveiling a limited-edition range of homewares with remarkably affordable prices tags.
The latest line features more than 100 products, including stylish bedding, handy storage solutions, décor and accessories, with prices starting from just $6.
Vases, candle holders, artificial plants, cushions and photo frames are on sale for $12 or less, while quilt sets cost from $30.
For those looking to restyle their homes on a budget, there are Woolworths branded products such as makeup organisers from $6, Yankee candles for $14 and half price Tontine pillows for just $12.
‘With all of us spending a little more time around the house, many Australians are looking for ways to makeover their home without breaking the bank,’ James Hepworth, Woolworths general manager for ‘non food’, said.
‘With our new homeware range, customers can refresh their home with the latest styles and trends while doing their weekly shop.
‘Customers can find something for every room and with prices starting from just $6, it’s great value for those looking to add finishing touches to the house.’
The new range comes as Woolworths announces a shakeup to its new Everyday Rewards card, with a ‘fresh look’, new ‘points boosters’ and even ‘free products’.
‘Say hello to Everyday Rewards where every shop and every dollar helps you enjoy a little more everyday. Collect up to 10 points for every dollar you spend,’ it said.
‘It’s our mission to meet the everyday needs of our members, beyond groceries, and so, we’re continuing to evolve and expand our partners whilst still offering our members more value everyday at Woolworths, BWS, BIG W, participating Caltex.
‘The name ‘Everyday Rewards’ better shows our commitment to providing our members more value, everyday. Please know your current ‘Woolworths Rewards’ branded card will still be active and nothing will change.’