Terms & conditions
1flybuys members collect 1 flybuys point for every dollar spent at Coles Supermarkets whenever they scan their flybuys card. flybuys members with Coles Insurance policies collect +1 extra point on each dollar spent at Coles Supermarkets for each policy whenever they scan their flybuys card. Maximum 1,000 extra points per policy per month. flybuys extra points are collected from the date your flybuys membership is linked to your Coles Insurance policy and for the term of the policy. No extra points collected on any third party car insurance policies. No flybuys extra points will be collected for the month in which your policy terminates. Standard flybuys Terms and Conditions apply. flybuys extra points are collected on transaction balance after savings and discounts excluding gift cards, iTunes cards, tobacco and tobacco related purchases. Coles Supermarkets means Coles Supermarkets and Coles online only.
~2,000 flybuys points are required to redeem $10 off at the checkout each time. Excludes Coles Express, Coles Local and Coles Online. Minimum spend is $10.05 after savings and discounts in one transaction at Coles Supermarkets and BI-LO (excluding smoking/tobacco related product purchases and all gift cards).
°Online discount is calculated on and applied to your Coles Insurance premium before the application of any other discount. This discount offer may be withdrawn at any time. Full terms and conditions.
+Savings will depend on individual circumstances and coverage may vary between insurers.
^For full terms and conditions, see the Product Disclosure Statement.
Standard underwriting criteria apply. Coles Supermarkets Australia Pty Ltd (Coles) is an authorised representative of the issuer, Insurance Australia Limited (ABN 11 000 016 722 AFSL 227681) part of the Insurance Australia Group (IAG) and receives a commission for each policy sold and renewed. Any advice provided is of a general nature only and does not take into consideration your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on any advice you should consider its appropriateness. You should read the Product Disclosure Statement before deciding whether to acquire an insurance policy.