Coles’ supermarket is up and running again after nationwide registration cuts caused chaos

Coles stores are back in business after a nationwide technical glitch cut the payment record on Friday afternoon.

“Coles stores nationwide have reopened for trading after a technical problem in our POS system which means that we were briefly unable to process transactions this afternoon,” the supermarket said in a statement on Friday evening.

“To thank customers for their patience while our team worked hard to restart us, Coles supermarket shoppers will receive three flybuys for their food and groceries this weekend.

“To help customers who are unable to complete their Friday afternoon shopping, Coles Online offers free home delivery on orders of $ 50 or more until Sunday, October 18th.”

Coles had a nationwide technical malfunction on Friday. File picture. credit: Darren England/AAPIMAGE
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