Coles to offer $100 off supermarket shop to new credit cardholders

Remy Taylor

07 Feb 2019

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For a limited time, Coles is offering $100 off a single Coles Supermarket shop for new customers who sign up to one of their three Coles Mastercards. To qualify for the offer all you need to do is apply by the 30 June 2019, and spend on your new card within the first 30 days of approval.

According to Mozo Director, Kirsty Lamont, the offer is good news for Aussies looking to squeeze more value out of their Coles shopping experience.

“This offer is great for regular Coles shoppers, who are looking for a new piece of plastic with some added benefits,” she said.

And there’s no shortage in variety - whether you’re after a low fee, low rate or rewards card, Coles has credit card options for a range of financial needs. Each one is packed full of premium features like flybuys earning potential, 24/7 complimentary concierge service for platinum cardholders, complimentary insurance and the chance to save $10 at the Coles checkout every time you redeem 2,000 flybuys points.

If you’re ready to shop for rewards, then check out some of Coles’ competitive pieces of plastic below.

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Coles Low Rate Mastercard
  • Low 12.99% p.a. purchase rate

  • Low $58 annual fee

Looking for the convenience of plastic? Then a card like the Coles Low Rate Mastercard might just be the thing. It comes with tonnes of perks, including a combination of a low-interest rate and a low $58 annual fee. You’ll also have access to the rewards scheme where you can earn 1 flybuys point per $2 you spend on the card at Coles Supermarkets. Plus, as a Coles Mastercard customer, you can take $10 off your Coles supermarket shop, instantly at the checkout, every time you redeem 2,000 flybuys points.

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Coles No Annual Fee Mastercard
  • No annual fee

  • 0% p.a. balance transfer rate for 6 months (19.99% p.a. afterwards)

  • 1 flybuy point per $2 on eligible spends

If you’re the type of person that knows you’ll pay your full balance off each and every month, then check out the Coles No Annual Fee Mastercard. Living up to its name, not only does it have no annual account fee, but you can also pick up a 0% p.a. balance transfer rate for 6 months (19.99% p.a. afterwards) if you’re looking to transfer some debt. After the balance transfer period ends, you’ll also earn flybuys points on your eligible everyday spends and get up to 55 interest-free days on purchases when you pay off the full balance every month - just remember, you won't get these interest free days on new purchases during the balance transfer period.

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Coles Rewards Mastercard
  • 2 flybuys points per $1 on eligible spends

  • No international transaction fee when you shop online or overseas

  • Get $10 off your Coles Supermarket shop when you redeem 2,000 flybuys points

Winner of the Best Travel Credit Card in the 2018 Experts Choice Travel Money Awards, Coles Rewards Mastercard is the perfect addition to any shopping trip at home or abroad. Not only will you be collecting 2 flybuys points per $1 on eligible spends, but a bonus 1 point per $1 spent doing your Coles grocery shop. You’ll also have access to perks like a 24/7 worldwide concierge service and complimentary insurance, which protects the items you buy with your card in case they're lost, stolen or damaged.

Didn’t find the plastic you’re looking for? Head over to our rewards card section and check out our range of other card options.

Or you could always take our handy Rewards Revealer comparison tool for a spin. 

This article was originally published 7/2/19 the Coles offer that ran from 2/7/19, for $100 off a single Coles Supermarket shop for new customers who applied by the 31/3/19, and spent on the new card within the first 30 days of approval.

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