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$5 for $50 Credit at Get Wines Direct - $99 Minimum Spend - New Customers Only

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Customers can use a $50 credit towards wine purchases by the bottle or case, and have their chosen products delivered to their doorsteps

About This Deal

The Deal

$5 for $50 online credit at Get Wines Direct


  • Enjoy $50 credit to use on wine bundles - $99 minimum spend before discount code applied
  • Family-owned provider with almost two decades of experience
  • One of Australia’s largest selections of boutique wines online
  • New customers only

Fine Print

Shipping not included. $9 delivery fee applies per carton
• Limit of 1 voucher per person
• Purchase up to 1 additional as a gift
• Maximum 1 voucher code per transaction
New customers only
Minimum spend for each Coupon Code is $99 in a single transaction on wine before the discount code is applied
• Cannot be used in conjunction with any other coupons and discounts
• You must be aged 18 or over to purchase this deal
• Not available in Northern Territory
• No delivery to dry zones
• Liquor Licence No. 36065595
• Check Get Wines Direct's Terms & Conditions
• Check Get Wines Direct's Privacy Policy
Standard fine print for all deals

How to Redeem
Redeem by: 31 March 2021
• Redeem online:
(1) Add desired item(s) to your cart from the promotional landing page
(2) Proceed to checkout
(3) Enter the Groupon Voucher Code found on your voucher
(4) Checkout and log in or sign up
(5) Select your payment method and complete your purchase
• For code enquiries or assistance with redeeming, please contact Get Wine Direct's customer service by calling 1300 559 463

About Get Wines Direct

Get Wines Direct pride themselves in offering an array of wines for every taste and every budget. Boasting two decades of experience, the family-operated business invites grape beverage aficionados to choose by price range, vintage, region and brand to help find the exact match for anyone's individual taste. The company does not offer tie-in memberships to allow subscribers greater flexibility.