Coles expands Best Buys, with bedding and tech accessories

Coles is expanding its new Best Buys deals to 58 stores, starting this Friday (June 12), with bedding and tech gadgets on offer.

This week’s bargain haul consists mostly of homewares and sleepwear, including most notably a 6.5kg weighted blanket on sale for just $79. The cult sleepwear item, said to induce better sleep, usually retails for over $200, so this is some serious savings.

Other deals available in the Best Buys this week include:

  • A wool blend queen size blanket for a neat $54.99
  • A matching faux fur throw for $19.99
  • Soft textured cushions at $14.99 each
  • A children’s hooded snuggle blanket for $14.99
  • A glow in the dark quilt cover set for just $24.99.

This week’s sale will comprise of 30 winter homeware products, as well as tech accessories, including a two-in-one detachable Bluetooth soundbar for $69.99 and wireless TV headphones with a charging station for $59.99. 

Coles Home and Health General Manager, Jonathan Torr, said the Coles Best Buys are all about offering customers great value on homewares and products not normally sold in supermarkets.

He said: “While the range is designed to provide convenient and affordable options, it’s also a chance for us to surprise our customers with new products and add some fun and excitement to their grocery shop.”

What are Coles Best Buys?

Coles Best Buys will be released fortnightly on Fridays and will be displayed in special bins in store, in a similar format to ALDI’s middle aisle Special Buys. The supermarket confirmed Coles Best Buys will evolve with different themes each fortnight.

The supermarket giant’s Best Buys were rolled out last month, in 28 stores across South Australia and Victoria. It’s been suggested this is Coles’ attempt to rival ALDI’s Special Buys, which have a wide and dedicated customer base. Coles Best Buys are now expanding to an additional 30 stores across NSW, Queensland and Western Australia this week.

Coles Best Buys

Here’s the full list of participating stores: 

NSW: Coffs Harbour, Forster, Kellyville, Merrylands, Epping, Belmont, Armidale, Lavington.

QLD: Annandale (Townsville), Ayr, Northern Beaches, Gympie, Maroochydore, Mermaid Waters, Nerang, Kippa, Ring, Springfield Orion, Sunnybank Hills, Albany Creek, Greenslopes, Fairfield, Strathpine.

VIC: Fountain Gate, Taylors Hill, Northcote, University Hill, Berwick, Traralgon, Waurn Ponds, Shepparton, Cranbourne Park, Sunbury, South Morang, Craigieburn, Roxburgh Park, Brimbank, Oakleigh, Dandenong, Shepparton South.

SA: Elizabeth, Port Adelaide, Greenacres.

WA: Australind, Warnbro, Haynes, Wanneroo, Mirrabooka, Bunbury, Lakelands, Whitford, Kalamunda, Gosnells, Maddington, Forest Lakes, Beechboro, Bassendean, Innaloo, Dianella.

Picture credits: Saruntorn Chotchitima, Nils Versemann,

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