Digital coupons are available for digital shopping at all brick-and-mortar outlets in New South Wales.
The state’s Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) said digital coupons would be available from 7 a.m. on Monday to 8 a.ma.
Digital coupons will be available at all locations in the state, including supermarkets, convenience stores and other retailers, the department said.
You can also access digital coupons by visiting digital coupons.gov.au, going to digital.govau.com, using a digital search or using your phone.
To redeem digital coupons, you’ll need to create an account and sign in with your social media credentials.
It will be the first time digital coupons have been offered in New Zealand, but previous versions of the site allowed people to earn digital coupons online.
Some retailers will also offer discounts, such as $1 off a new pair of shoes, when you use your digital coupon code at a physical outlet.
But you can also use your smartphone, tablet or computer to redeem the coupons.
People who are able to redeem digital coupon codes will be able to purchase digital coupons from the New Zealand Post website, which is free to use.
For example, if you buy a new shirt at a shop you use a digital coupon to get $50 off.
If you purchase the same shirt at the same shop you can get $100 off.
When the New South Welsh Government introduced digital coupons back in October, it also announced that the retail industry would get a boost, with the rollout of a digital currency called Bitcoin to support the digital economy.
As part of its digital currency initiative, the state announced the rollout would last from next year.
Topics:consumer-finance,business-economics-and‐finance-industry,digital-currency,digital,new-zealandFirst posted July 19, 2019 11:39:46More stories from New South Australia