A Woolworths shopper shared her easy trick to help customers quickly track their Bricks collectibles by getting 15 packs for just $30.15.
Customers can collect one Bricks pack for every $30 spent in-store or online.
However, buyers can score bonus collectibles in a single transaction when they purchase select products from participating brands – including Tip Top, Twinings, Carman’s, McCain, Head & Shoulders, Moccona, Colgate and more.
Shopper Stacie, from Sydney, offered her own shopping list on social media so that customers can quickly follow their Bricks collection.
She suggested I buy Ingham’s chicken coating mix seasoning, Colgate toothbrushes, absorbent tissues, Twinings tea, and Tip Top bread.
A shopper shared her simple trick to help customers quickly track their Bricks collectibles by getting 15 packs for just $30.15. She bought her son two luxury supermarkets so he could build one giant store)
Revealed: The participating brands for additional Bricks collectibles
Purina Total Care
Purina Dental Life
How to get 15 bonus Bricks collectibles
Inghams: Seasoning Mix for Chicken Coating – $1.05 X 3 = $3.15
Colgate: Toothbrush – $2 X 3 = $6
Sorbens: Tissues – $2 X 3 = $6
Twinings: 10 hp tea – $2 X 3 = $6
Tip Top: Sunblest – $3 X 3 = $9
Total: $30.15 = 15 collectibles
Stacie said you can replace tissues or tea with McCain’s frozen peas.
To get a total of 16 packs, she said you can add a bottle of Mount Franklin water for an extra $2, bringing the total to $32.15.
She explained that the trick was to spend $30 or more in one transaction and buy up to three products from each participating brand to get the bonus collectibles.
After sharing her shopping trick, many said they couldn’t wait to start collecting.
“Oh god, my kids would love it if I did this and got 16 packs,” one mom wrote, while another added, “Oh, this is so good to know.”
The Bricks collectibles launched online and in-store on September 8 in supermarkets in Victoria, Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia and Tasmania.
The range of toys will launch in New South Wales and ACT from Wednesday 22 September due to Covid-19 restrictions.
“The delayed launch in NSW and ACT means our team can continue to focus on meeting the needs of the community, particularly in Greater Sydney, where there is still a high demand for food and daily necessities,” Andrew Hicks, Woolworths Chief Marketing Officer. said.
Kids can build a replica of a sustainable Woolworths supermarket with solar panels, cash registers, trolleys, vans, car charging stations and more
The Bricks collectibles include a supermarket, cash registers, carts and vans
Her message comes just days after Woolworths hinted at a “rare” collectible.
According to the store’s terms and conditions, one rare Bricks pack will be added to the set.
The supermarket has yet to release details and photos of the rare collectible – but it’s clear that more than 400 packs will be circulating in Australia.
The supermarket’s collectibles made headlines last year after a shopper tried to sell the “world’s first” complete Disney+ Ooshies set on social media for $25,000.
In 2019, customers tried to redeem the rare “furry Simba” from the Lion King Ooshies set on eBay, with bids reaching as high as $100,000.
The rare collectible comes just days after a shopper urged customers to buy all the extra accessories early after noticing that an increasing number of parents struggled to complete their previous collectibles amid an apparent shortage.
“If I can give a word of warning to anyone, it’s to buy all the accessories you need in the first few days to avoid being disappointed and missing out,” she wrote on Facebook.
‘Of course you only buy what you need, but with every promo I see so many mothers desperately looking for suitcases that are already sold out.
“We know these things sell out fast, so if you think your kids will love them, grab what you need. I’ve fallen short before and it wasn’t fun.’
In addition, customers can also purchase the vans for $10 each and a larger replica of a Woolworths electric van for $15
There will also be additional Woolworths Bricks figurines for sale for just $3 each
Shoppers can collect Woolworths Bricks no matter how they choose to shop – via Pick Up, Direct to Boot, online home delivery or in-store
Shoppers can collect Woolworths Bricks no matter how they choose to shop – via Pick Up, Direct to Boot, online home delivery or in-store.
Customers can purchase two starter kits, including a baseboard and front doors, with a choice of a $6 Basic kit and a $10 Deluxe kit to start building.
In addition, customers can also purchase the vans for $10 each and a larger replica of a Woolworths electric van for $15. Additional Woolworths Bricks figurines are available for $3.
Woolworths Bricks is a fun and interactive way of learning at home that can spark conversations within families about sustainability; whether that’s how materials such as plastic or refrigerators can be given a second life, or how solar panels and chargers for electric cars have a positive impact on the environment,” said Mr Hicks.
Customers have the option to take beloved Bricks collectibles to a Woolworths store for recycling.
The partnership with TerraCycle helps create a circular economy by helping to create new items from the Woolworths Bricks, including park benches and garden beds.