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What advert made you do something and why?

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Posted by: looklively

8th May 2014 02:39pm

Really simple question this month - what was the last advert that made you do something (i.e buy it, enquire about it, remember it)? What was it, why did you do something and where did you see it?

Comments 95

vichic
vichic
  • 10th Feb 2019 02:48pm

None ! Totally turn off during commercials. Apart from the very rare clever one, the worst is when they play the exact same ad, every break. I find this worst on catch up tv. But there are fewer ads on there.

Goulah
Goulah
  • 21st Dec 2017 10:15am

Interestingly the last ad was for downloading the Cafestudy app and the reason I did so was greed. I have been a member of Cafestudy for many years and received an email from them so decided to take up their offer.

Anonymous
  • 25th Sep 2017 02:44am

The last ad that made me do something was. McDonalds ad. It came up on my Facebook when I was really hungry and it sold me. However after that I intentionally blocked McDonald’s and KFC from my news feed because it was bad for both my bank account and health.

Hey you
Hey you
  • 13th Jul 2017 02:53pm

The IKEA "start the car" add It made me swear off ever buying anything from IKEA. Mick

Nefertari
Nefertari
  • 11th Jul 2017 02:24pm

I was recently looking to buy some curtains and blinds and wasn't sure which store to shop at then I remembered the Victory Blinds jungle which stated the phone number so went with that one. I now have some really nice-looking curtains and blinds

PGS
PGS
  • 23rd May 2017 04:23pm

The current AAMI ad (We're not going to Broken Hill) made me not take out a policy with them. If only they realised how quickly the ads get annoying.

Migaloo
Migaloo
  • 25th Mar 2017 08:13pm

Oh l seen pears advertised in Coles for only $1 a kilo on TV , so l went in and bought quiet a bag full , popped them in a cupboard as they were green and a dark cupboard really ripens pears fast when green , 3 days time l had lovely yellow juicy fresh pears .

Migaloo
Migaloo
  • 25th Mar 2017 08:12pm

Oh l seen pears advertised in Coles for only $1 a kilo on TV , so l went in and bought quiet a bag full , popped them in a cupboard as they were green and a dark cupboard really ripens pears fast when green , 3 days time l had lovely yellow juicy fresh pears .

DeNiro
DeNiro
  • 21st Feb 2017 03:50pm

Many years ago, seeing a GetUp billboard which said "Bring David Hicks Home' inspired me to join that organisation, for I am of the firm opinion that nobody should be imprisoned indefinitely merely on suspicion that they MAY do something illegal unless they have already established a credible track record in that area. David Hicks had not. I have remained a member ever since and have actively
participated in many of GetUp's campaigns.

elle
elle
  • 29th Dec 2016 09:23am

i was on line and saw the banner then went and researched and bought a dress

EileenW1
EileenW1
  • 1st Sep 2015 01:46pm

RSPCA Pet Insurance. After years of huge vet bills we have decided to take out pet insurance for our new puppy. Currently we are trying to work through them all to understand what is and isn't allowed as the ad makes it unclear what is covered, how much is returned and what exactly it costs.

Aliyaraya
Aliyaraya
  • 28th Jul 2015 02:34pm

Ad about the new Samsung Galaxy S6 - made me go into a store to have a look at one and also made online enquiries about how much it would cost per month.
Liked the look of it and I liked the features that it came with.

EileenW1
EileenW1
  • 28th Jul 2015 02:23pm

The dreadful Kia advert with the carload of women driving while screaming, singing, gyrating, flicking the bird at an elderly pedestrian and with a child also in the car. It is so dangerous a message and shows irresponsible and dangerous behaviour. I complained to the advertising standards board and on Facebook to encourage others to complain also.

l0lapx
l0lapx
  • 3rd May 2015 04:17pm

I must be an oddity, the last ad I noticed was something stupid from some car company, where if you got a certain score on their app you got something free, and had a smart ass, look down your nose bragging bogan carrying on about getting points, good time to mute and go make a cuppa

jillie
jillie
  • 30th Apr 2015 09:42pm

Facebook had a link to a college and made me look through and i ended up signing up to a course that took me by surprise and excitement.

Instnx
Instnx
  • 1st Mar 2015 05:47pm

I like to compare items to purchase whether its online, catalogue or in store - it helps the consumer save money and you feel good.

bellz
bellz
  • 17th Dec 2014 03:32am

heks higher education will help pay half of your undergraduate degree, which grabbed my attention but didnt turnt out as good as it looked

socker
socker
  • 4th Nov 2014 12:06pm

If I need what is being advertised I take note otherwise I totally ignore the adds. If watching TV I change channels during the adds sometimes with a bit of luck I even manage to watch two shows at the same time.

iain_lmta
iain_lmta
  • 18th Sep 2014 03:37am

Every time I see the lies in the Bunnings ads, it makes my resolve even stronger to avoid even shopping there.
I have been twice: (a) in May 2007 to have a key cut at almost 9pm AND (b) to buy a lamp in July 2008.
I refuse to go back.
The ads remind me to NOT go as it's rewarding Bunnings' predatory style of retailing.

bellz
bellz
  • 1st Aug 2014 10:07am

bought a smartphone from the post office

Kevinrocker185
Kevinrocker185
  • 25th Jun 2014 07:55am

Once saw a Holden Cruze ad in which special features of the vehicle are specifically illustrated by using very unique camera angels. I ended up purchasing a white Holden Cruze CDX because of the ad.

Pellier
Pellier
  • 20th Jun 2014 03:45pm

I bought a paella pan as a result of seeing an advert in an Aldi catalogue.

Anonymous
  • 14th Jun 2014 01:23pm

Late a t night food adds haha

Anonymous
  • 31st May 2014 07:08am

The Hba TV ad because the way the little kid is

als
als
  • 30th May 2014 09:22am

Nick Scali half yearly sale ad at home in my television decided I need a new couch.

bc
bc
  • 27th May 2014 09:00am

Just the other day I was in the supermarket and I was attracted by a promo that said buy 3 of the item and you can get an italian cookbook for free. I glanced through the cookbook and it had some great recipes and I DID use the item - so I went ahead and bought 3 and got the cookbook - I have already cooked a fantastic risotto from it which will become a family favorite so all good - I know these are designed to make you bulk but but if you use the items nd they have a long use-by date, them why not - I would never buy anything that I wouldn't use however

suzannie
suzannie
  • 26th May 2014 10:04pm

TPG's phone plan , I really want to join, but I dony want to spend the time it will take to change my account over from Telstra , it will save me $40 per month.

suzannie
suzannie
  • 26th May 2014 10:04pm

TPG's phone plan , I really want to join, but I dony want to spend the time it will take to change my account over from Telstra , it will save me $40 per month.

mheng
mheng
  • 24th May 2014 07:15pm

I look at the catalogue so I can compare which one is cheaper or with the rewards that I can get a points.

Anonymous
  • 22nd May 2014 11:24pm

Sitting at home watching catch up television like any other sunday afternoon. An advertisement came up about charity and helping children living in third world countries. This advert made me determined to help, I joined up with a local church and ended up traveling to Africa doing a mission trip titled "The great wall" I was the only person traveling from tasmania, once I arrived in bangkok I met with a group ofpeople Id never met from around Australia we finished our journey to africa together. During our trip we visited albino children of africa and heard there horrifying stories, we worked together building a large brick wall on flat land where they had planned to put a school inside for children in africa not onli wiyh albinism but with a passion to learn, so they could enjoy being safe and happy while being educated. We experienced different cultures of africa, and wonderful wilderness being lucky enough to see a large amount of lions, elephant's, tigers, cheaters, flamingos, hippos and many more. We stayed right in front of a local adoption Centre full of happy young children looking for families. Wouldn't it be wonderful if adoption was made easier, more affordable and efficient.

This experience changed my life. #AFRICA.

skagaray
skagaray
  • 22nd May 2014 12:16am

The SpecSavers ad in which an aerobics instructor walks into a retirement home by mistake,and starts putting on a really energetic display of exercises for the elderly people, some of whom are wheel chair users. The contrast is comical. I simply noted Spec Savers as a company worth keeping in mind.

CAT17
CAT17
  • 15th May 2014 07:57pm

Ikea gets me into their store pronto! I love their advertising adn their catalogues. Always find what I want. The last major item I purchased was a queen sized bed. Their advertising was detailed and when I saw it I went straight to the nearest store and purchased it. Idea is for me. My entire villa is furnished in Ikea!! People comment on the way I have furnished with Idea items.

myrmale
myrmale
  • 15th May 2014 06:46pm

2009 was the last time I was 'highly influenced' by a TV ad. It was the new Holden Cruze. I went online immediately, found my closest new car Holden dealer, and emailed them for further details. This qualified me for a $100.00 off any accessories discount. I took possession of my Pewter Grey CDX Cruze WITH a rear spoiler and i was chuffed. It was my FIRST EVER brand new car. If you are in Adelaide, keep an eye out for me. I have a personalised number plate KAOS :o)

eel
eel
  • 15th May 2014 02:26pm

Qantas add about cheap flights to Asia, I booked the flights and leave tomorrow.

ellabella
ellabella
  • 15th May 2014 09:14am

The holden cruze add , Fell in love with the Cruze and bought one

Rumma
Rumma
  • 15th May 2014 01:43am

I agree with Kristy on the Supermarket catalogues, but also include Rivers. I have been to the store after a bargain but usually come away empty due to the range available or the small sizing. After 40 years in Advertising I would hope that catalogues work abet some better than others.

Jezemeg8
Jezemeg8
  • 14th May 2014 11:31pm

I don't seem to ever notice advertising let alone do anything as a result of being exposed to advertising, so I can't really contribute anything to this discussion.

toxicgherkin
toxicgherkin
  • 14th May 2014 11:06pm

I was fascinated, and appalled, all at the same time. One word - Rollie! Have you seen it. A miracle tube. Plug it in, turn it on, crack in an egg or two or let your imagination run eggy free with all weird and wonderful additives, and voilà - baked egg on a stick. The appliance looks like it is vomiting up baked egg. Disgusting yet I can’t look away….Yes, I went there. I looked at the website then the YouTube videos. I got my eggy fix. Am I proud? No. Do I still hanker to see what vile creations abound in this egg-filled universe? …yes. I’m addicted to egg porn!

toxicgherkin
toxicgherkin
  • 14th May 2014 11:04pm

I was fascinated, and appalled, all at the same time. One word - Rollie! Have you seen it. A miracle tube. Plug it in, turn it on, crack in an egg or two or let your imagination run eggy free with all weird and wonderful additives, and voilà - baked egg on a stick. The appliance looks like it is vomiting up baked egg. Disgusting yet I can’t look away….Yes, I went there. I looked at the website then the YouTube videos. I got my eggy fix. Am I proud? No. Do I still hanker to see what vile creations abound in this egg-filled universe? …yes. I’m addicted to egg porn!

lorrainep2
lorrainep2
  • 14th May 2014 09:14pm

Any of the weekly cataolgues, I check them out every week and if there is something I need or just want that is on sale I hot foot it to the shop. I'm a sucker for a special.

hoppy55555
hoppy55555
  • 14th May 2014 08:39pm

That is a very simple question .If the add does a light hearted add with the price and reverent details , that may be a reason to think of buying .

parth
parth
  • 14th May 2014 08:09pm

i was show aami advertise its make me laugh. In the starting its so serious but after that its make you laught. and its insurance company advertisement so i just open my leptop and find out it's webpage.
Thanks

petag
petag
  • 14th May 2014 07:29pm

I saw an ad for Aldi in the newspaper last Wednesday. They were advertising Leather boots for $59 for Saturday. I actually went on Saturday morning at 9.30am but there were only 2 pairs left, a brown and black pair, both size 6. I have been at Aldi before but I was surprised at how many other people were looking for the advertised bargains. I know now that I needed to get there when the store opened to have any chance of getting anything in my size. I was very disappointed as they looked ok but I'm pretty sure they did not have many pairs anyway.

jules 1
jules 1
  • 14th May 2014 07:05pm

I think it was RAC, and check their prices.

jess312
jess312
  • 14th May 2014 06:42pm

The Dove advertisements are on to something, about more than selling soap or Dove beauty bars. The "beauty patch" ad makes you really think about societal issues like the self-perception of women and body image and encourages you to challenge those beliefs.

CHUNKS
CHUNKS
  • 14th May 2014 06:33pm

I saw an ad in the newspaper this week, and because it was a new shop I wanted to help them out as they being new need help to get customer support.

DEBOCO
DEBOCO
  • 14th May 2014 06:30pm

Predominantly I'm not the slightest bit interested in advertising. It's intrusive, annoying and irrelevant. I can't understand how people can watch them, especially the new digital channels that are only advertising. I do look at catalogues, only to see if what I normally buy is on sale.

Just because someone is getting paid to flog a product, doesn't mean it's any good, safe, or will improve my life in any way. I would much rather companies didn't advertise and passed on the savings to consumers. Rant over. Deb.

Gazza
  • 14th May 2014 05:03pm

Subways new ad has encouraged me to go back to them after a long absense

wendel
wendel
  • 14th May 2014 04:42pm

In all honesty I can't remember what I saw from one day to the next most days, sorry to say. Must be my age. I do laugh at some ads if they're funny. Getting sick of new car ads.....often have to do surveys asking for what cars I've seen any advertising for....blow me down if I can remember what car....so many.

ALICE
ALICE
  • 14th May 2014 04:38pm

When I saw some special package for travelling back to the country where my parents live, I started to inquire and search for more information. I found it out it's a real deal and I started to plan for my visit to my parents. I didn't usually do that.

todski
todski
  • 14th May 2014 04:30pm

saw a storm stunner ad on tv for hungry jacks for $5.50, seemed like a good deal for me so i got one

delobb
delobb
  • 14th May 2014 04:29pm

The last add I saw I just liked them it was flower bulbs my friend is always in her garden so I thought of her right away and bought them.

Kwilena
Kwilena
  • 14th May 2014 04:26pm

Saw an ad for a Vacuum Cleaner at a good price, and to which I could apply a discount coupon, reminded me that I need one, and so I went ahead and made the purchase.

skiman
skiman
  • 14th May 2014 04:19pm

I was experiencing problems with my computer and all I could hear in my head was "call Geeks 2 U" its a constant ad on 4BC radio and because the voice over is a bold voice it really stayed in my mind. Which was good too because they we very helpful, good price and they fixed my computer very quickly. The power of a good ad with good service, I have recommended them to others and would use them again.

beldan69
beldan69
  • 14th May 2014 04:08pm

the only time something hooks me is if that it is something i am already thinking of getting. It helps me to make a decision

mausy
mausy
  • 13th May 2014 11:53pm

mausy
mausy
  • 13th May 2014 11:52pm

mausy
mausy
  • 13th May 2014 11:48pm

I love store catalogues, I will browse through them for ages, often the supermarket ones have great recipes and ideas, I get lots of ideas for, fashion, and things to do around the home, from store catalogues....also many new car Ads grab my attention even though I not looking to purchase..generally I quite like many forms of advertising..except when I'm watching a good movie on TV and they stick ads in anywhere and it ruins the continuity of the movie..!!

Sharra
Sharra
  • 13th May 2014 11:53am

It was for the phillip's air frier but it was not the add but the product that caught my attention. I cannot remember any add that made me do anything. It is only ever the product that influences my attention. If the product is good then it does not take a great add to get my attention. The add I saw was online and all it did was show what the product could do and that led me to research the product in greater detail . I checked reviews by people to see if it lived up to the advertisement. It did. I had wanted a way to make chips with low oil use for a long time but had not been impressed until this product came out.

annezane
annezane
  • 12th May 2014 08:46pm

I bought a Jeep - such a great ad sticks in your mind, love the little boy "You gonna have to buy a bigger boat" such a fantastic ad and it sells itself. Yes got a quote and looked on car sales for prices. One of the best ads of all time. I actually would love to download the ad.

hels
hels
  • 12th May 2014 07:02pm

Love the mea cats commercials. Always turn the sound up when the ads come on

vichic
vichic
  • 10th Feb 2019 02:52pm
Love the mea cats commercials. Always turn the sound up when the ads come on

Oh really ! God I hate them, absolutely hate them. I put up a wall the instant they come on & refuse to watch. I don’t even know what they advertise because I shut it out.

Goulah
Goulah
  • 21st Dec 2017 10:25am
Love the mea cats commercials. Always turn the sound up when the ads come on

When the ads first started I wondered why the meerkats spoke with a Russian accent but over the years as the ads changed and the saga progressed the loyal viewer was rewarded with an explanation.

I still however have not used the comparison site.

jaguar
  • 12th May 2014 06:23pm

When I want something I search for relevant info web pages/catalogues/comparison sites etc, general unsolicited ads have no effect on purchasing decisions whatsoever, hit the mute button on telly so I can talk/do something else undistracted during ad breaks. Some particular things interest me so I subscribe to their online catalogue eg SNG Jaguar car parts catalogue because I am restoring a car and BCF newsletter for specials on fishing gear and club sausage sizzle nights with extra discounts, look at member second hand stuff ads in Amateur Radio/Jaguar Club print magazines but pay no attention to commercial ads for new stuff in those magazines. Only ads that ever engaged me/remembered were the 'bugger' ads many years ago now for Hilux utes - because I owned one at that time and message was humorous, as I already had one there was no impact on buying one.

sonet
  • 12th May 2014 05:59pm

I don't really pay much attention to adverts! I usually know what I want I may do some research on it and then go for the best I can afford.

michb
michb
  • 14th May 2014 10:20pm
I don't really pay much attention to adverts! I usually know what I want I may do some research on it and then go for the best I can afford.

I'm pretty much the same as you sonet. I automatically tune out most ads. I cannot say that I have bought anything just from seeing an ad.

BenN72
BenN72
  • 12th May 2014 04:36pm

For me, it was a iinet ad for fetch TV. I was already a customer of iinet, and have my internet and home phone with them. My wife and I were sitting on the couch talking about the lack of decent shows to watch on free to air TV and the fetch ad came on and we decided to give it a go. Best thing we have purchased in a while and could not imagine life without it now.

Anonymous
  • 12th May 2014 04:17pm

Catalogues such as from Aldi and Coles have really gotten me into stores

Anonymous
  • 11th May 2014 11:50am

The last advert I really remember was for the website 'the iconic', everything was presentable and looked nice and I have been thinking about buying something from there ever since!

lynneeime
lynneeime
  • 10th May 2014 08:25pm

The last advert I saw was for a bread maker on Gumtree. I was looking for a bread maker and this one caught my eye because of the price. It was only $10. I was very surprised to find one for that price. I have since bought it and it works well. A bit of a bargain I think.

peterv
peterv
  • 9th May 2014 03:10pm

Generally supermarket catalogues or TV ads are of most interest as They can save a decent amount of money. The last time I bought something major was when I was looking for a new car and followed up on a TV ad I'd seen. I ended up buying that car.
Some of the ads I really like are the ones with the two meerkats in them. They're funny and I laugh when I see them.

PossomPot
PossomPot
  • 9th May 2014 12:59pm

The ad that caught my attention was the Mazda that changed into a cheetah. The original ad not the latest one which has a cheetah that looks artificial. The technology they used was just magic and excited my imagination. I am not in the market for a car so haven't done anything about the ad except talk about it

CAT17
CAT17
  • 15th May 2014 07:59pm
The ad that caught my attention was the Mazda that changed into a cheetah. The original ad not the latest one which has a cheetah that looks artificial. The technology they used was just magic...

I used to love the AMMI ads but Rhonda got on my nerves!

annezane
annezane
  • 12th May 2014 08:51pm
The ad that caught my attention was the Mazda that changed into a cheetah. The original ad not the latest one which has a cheetah that looks artificial. The technology they used was just magic...

yes very clever marketing indeed on that ad

annezane
annezane
  • 12th May 2014 08:47pm
The ad that caught my attention was the Mazda that changed into a cheetah. The original ad not the latest one which has a cheetah that looks artificial. The technology they used was just magic...

yes very clever marketing indeed on that ad

GrannyG
GrannyG
  • 8th May 2014 07:54pm

I recently found an item of clothing need to replace, but the price was more than I wanted to pay. I got an advertising email from the shop a couple of days ago saying that this line was now reduced by 25% - today I went in and bought it.

Shortstuff
Shortstuff
  • 8th May 2014 07:22pm

A few years ago we needed a new vehicle, and we saw a Nissen Nirvana advertised, eureka

tani1504
tani1504
  • 8th May 2014 06:07pm

Any ad that is relatable. My parents have satellite t.v. and we watch a lot of Chinese channels. The ads are very different, and range from promoting luxury and perfection, to life story kind of long ads that want to make you cry - and then you realize it's for Pantene, or whatever. Incidentally, I hate these. It cheapens it. I prefer casual ads such as Brand Power.

drums69
drums69
  • 8th May 2014 06:02pm

dodo for the adsl internet coz it was cheap bundle deal with phone.

paraic
paraic
  • 8th May 2014 05:24pm

it was a combination of a flyer and the radio I was thinking about getting a bigger and better TV and I got a flyer in the mail then the same thing was on the radio and they were having a broadcast from the store. I went along with the kids and we bought a TV for $600.00

Chris
Chris
  • 8th May 2014 05:05pm

It was an ad for Thin Lizzy 6 in 1 make up. I have decided that next time I'm in Big W, I will take a look at this product.

ChrisTroy
ChrisTroy
  • 8th May 2014 05:02pm

The thing that hooks me in is the discount percentage in relation to the recommended retail price. It makes me feel that i have made the most out of the money i have spent.
If the quality of the product that i have received satisfied me, I am more than willing to come back to the store/online they next time they have a sale on.

I hope this help you in your study ;)

-Chris

Jewelsisagem
Jewelsisagem
  • 8th May 2014 04:44pm

I saw an add for a cast iron coffee table from Freedom Furniture on TV many years ago, pictured with antique chairs and lots of palms, since I had the chairs and palms I got the table, and am still using it to this day! I am normally not at all susceptible to advertising. Cheers Jewelsisagem

scoulj
scoulj
  • 8th May 2014 04:34pm

It is usually just a matter of timing. If I need something an add comes on for it around the same time, it has my immediate attention. Also pretty packaging, I am a sucker for pretty packaging.

Goulah
Goulah
  • 21st Dec 2017 10:17am
It is usually just a matter of timing. If I need something an add comes on for it around the same time, it has my immediate attention. Also pretty packaging, I am a sucker for pretty packaging.

Pardon my laziness but “ditto”.

aussiehero
aussiehero
  • 20th Feb 2017 01:50pm
Oh what a sad life you must lead. I watch wonderful documentaries on the history , discovery and other channels. I like to keep abreast with current affairs and listen to other people's opinions to...

I have the answer. All households in our extended family have television recorders and we record all our programs and watch them later. We mute and fast forward through the ads. This way we get to see all our favourite programs and not be bothered by ads. If we could not do this we would dispense with the television altogether.

aussiehero
aussiehero
  • 20th Feb 2017 12:38pm
Oh what a sad life you must lead. I watch wonderful documentaries on the history , discovery and other channels. I like to keep abreast with current affairs and listen to other people's opinions to...

I have the answer. All households in our extended family have television recorders and we record all our programs and watch them later. We mute and fast forward through the ads. This way we get to see all our favourite programs and not be bothered by ads. If we could not do this we would dispense with the television altogether.

roddles
roddles
  • 6th May 2016 03:25pm
Don't watch TV - nothing on to watch and I hate all the ads

I watch some TV but often 'fast forward' the ads!
We do not receive any catalogues!

EileenW1
EileenW1
  • 28th Jul 2015 02:29pm
Don't watch TV - nothing on to watch and I hate all the ads

Oh what a sad life you must lead. I watch wonderful documentaries on the history , discovery and other channels. I like to keep abreast with current affairs and listen to other people's opinions to broaden my mind and enrich my life. I also discover music and cultural programmes which allow me to enjoy a huge range of experiences I couldn't otherwise enjoy or afford to attend. I discover books to read, topics to investigate further and even some of the advertisements/commercials broaden my mind about new, different and better products or ways of doing things. Some of the ads also remind me of issues such as public awareness, government information I need to know etc. Living in a rural area I rely on my television to keep me informed, amused, entertained and aware.

Aliyaraya
Aliyaraya
  • 16th Sep 2014 09:52pm
Don't watch TV - nothing on to watch and I hate all the ads

Don't watch TV - nothing on to watch and I hate all the ads

Aliyaraya
Aliyaraya
  • 16th Sep 2014 09:52pm
Don't watch TV - nothing on to watch and I hate all the ads

Don't watch TV - nothing on to watch and I hate all the ads

Anonymous
  • 31st May 2014 07:11am
It is usually just a matter of timing. If I need something an add comes on for it around the same time, it has my immediate attention. Also pretty packaging, I am a sucker for pretty packaging.

The TV add

kristycore
kristycore
  • 8th May 2014 04:25pm

In all honesty, just catalogues from Woolies, Coles or Aldi. We look at them weekly to decide which will be our better buy that week and see what offers come up on our rewards card.

Goulah
Goulah
  • 21st Dec 2017 10:16am
In all honesty, just catalogues from Woolies, Coles or Aldi. We look at them weekly to decide which will be our better buy that week and see what offers come up on our rewards card.

Usually it is the same for me with an occasional temptation.

Anonymous
  • 31st May 2014 07:10am
In all honesty, just catalogues from Woolies, Coles or Aldi. We look at them weekly to decide which will be our better buy that week and see what offers come up on our rewards card.

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