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- Amazon Prime Day 2019: All the Whole Foods Market Prime Day member deals in one place
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- Prime Day deal: Spend $10 at Whole Foods, get a $10 Amazon credit (updated)
Amazon Prime Day: All Whole Foods Market deals in one place
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UPDATED: Prime Day is over but Prime members can continue to save at Whole Foods Market with the new Prime nationwide discount. Learn more here and find additional deals on the Money page.
Prime Day is about more than discounts on Amazon’s Fire tablets and Alexa voice assistants. Now it’s about food.
With Amazon now firmly in charge of the Whole Foods Market chain, which it bought last year for $13.7 billion, it can throw food deals into its Prime Day promotions that had previously been pretty much about electronics and merchandise.
The big sale includes savings on organic strawberries, boneless chicken breast and Honey Nut Cheerios at the company’s U.S. Whole Foods Market stores.
Although the 36-hour Prime Day sale kicks off 3 p.m. ET Monday, the grocery deals are already available.
“This is Whole Foods Market’s first Prime Day and we’re taking the shopping experience to the next level,” said Whole Foods CEO John Mackey in a statement. “Between our exclusive deals and special Prime Day offers, you’re not going to want to miss out on these savings.”
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Here’s a rundown of the best deals:
Spend $10, get $10: Through Tuesday, Prime members who spend $10 at Whole Foods get a $10 Amazon account credit to use from 3 a.m. ET Monday through 2:59 a.m. ET Thursday. Get the credit by scanning the Prime Code in their Whole Foods Market or Amazon app at check out. Limit one per customer and exclusions apply.
Get 10 percent back: Through Tuesday, Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardholders with an eligible Prime membership get 10 percent back, double the rewards, on up to $400 in Whole Foods purchases.
Shop Prime Now and save up to $20: Prime members who haven’t tried grocery delivery from Whole Foods Market through Prime Now will get $10 off their order when they shop before Tuesday plus $10 to use towards a future order.
Amazon devices: During the 36-hour Prime Day sale, many Whole Foods stores will offer members “access to the biggest deals yet on Alexa-enabled products like Echo and Fire TV,” according to a news release.
New loyalty discount: Now available nationwide, Prime members save additional 10 percent off hundreds of sale items throughout Whole Foods.
Amazon is serving up a new discount plan for Prime members at Whole Foods Markets.
These savings are available through Tuesday:
- Organic strawberries, 16-ounce container, two for $5
- Boneless chicken breasts, $3.99 per pound, a 40 percent savings
- Icelandic cod fillets, $8.99 per pound, a $6 per pound savings
- Allegro bagged coffee, buy one, get one free
- MegaFood Vitamins & Supplements, 30 percent off
- RXBAR Protein Bars, 1.83 oz., all flavors, two for $3
- Waterloo Sparkling Water (12 pack), two for $7
- Honey Nut Cheerios, buy one, get one free
- Lesley Stowe Raincoast Crisps, 3 oz., $4.99
- Self-serve tea cookies by the pound, 40 percent off
Whole Foods Prime discount
Prime member deals are advertised with signs throughout Whole Foods stores and also are listed in the Whole Foods app.
To access them, Prime members must download the Whole Foods Market mobile app and sign in with their Amazon account, which will create a QR code that the Whole Foods cashier scans at the register.
Members can also link their cell phone number to their Prime account and provide a number at the Whole Foods checkout.
Learn more at www.amazon.com/primesavings and www.wholefoodsmarket.com/amazon.
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Kelly Tyko is a consumer columnist and retail reporter for Treasure Coast Newspapers and TCPalm.com, part of the USA TODAY NETWORK. Follow her on Twitter @KellyTyko and email her at [email protected]
Amazon Prime Day 2019: All the Whole Foods Market Prime Day member deals in one place
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Amazon’s Prime Day isn’t just online.
The e-commerce giant is bringing Prime Day back to Whole Foods Market stores for the second year with discounts on fruit, chicken and more.
While the two-day Prime Day sale kicks off 3 a.m. ET July 15, one Prime member deal is now available and more will roll out Wednesday.
Through July 16, for spending $10 at Whole Foods, get a $10 credit to use during online Prime Day sales.
“To celebrate our Prime members in an even bigger way this year we will add an additional week of amazing exclusive deals on peak-of-season produce and high-quality grocery favorites, on top of our hugely popular spend $10, get $10 offer,” said John Mackey, Whole Foods CEO and co-founder, in a statement Monday.
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Amazon acquired the Whole Foods chain for $13.7 billion in August 2017 with a “vision of making Whole Foods Market’s high-quality, natural and organic food affordable for everyone,” the companies said at the time.
Prices were cut on the first day on “best-selling grocery staples,” including fruit, dairy and meats.
In April, Whole Foods and Amazon announced they were cutting prices on hundreds of items and doubling the number of exclusive weekly Prime member deals.
Stephenie Landry, vice president of Amazon Retail, said in a statement that Prime members have saved more than $250 million in exclusive deals at Whole Foods.
“Now we’re offering even more savings in celebration of Prime Day this year, adding three times the number of Prime Member deals to this year’s celebration,” Landry said.
Prime savings: $10 credit and more
Spend $10, get $10: Now through July 16, Prime members who spend $10 at Whole Foods get a $10 Amazon account credit to use for Prime Day. Get the credit by scanning the Prime Code in your Whole Foods Market or Amazon app at check out in store or when your order delivery through Prime Now. Alcohol, gift cards, stamps and tax are excluded. The $10 credit can be used on an Amazon.com purchase made between 12 a.m. PT July 15 and 11:59 p.m. PT July 17. Exclusions apply. Limit one per Prime account. Learn more at www.wholefoods.com/primeday.
Member discount: Prime members save additional 10% off hundreds of sale items each week at Whole Foods.
Get 5% back: Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardholders with an eligible Prime membership get 5% cash back on Whole Foods purchases.
Prime Day grocery deals
These savings are available Wednesday through July 16, while supplies last:
- Organic red cherries, $3.99 per pound, save $3 per pound
- Organic strawberries, one-pound container, two for $5
- Organic yellow peaches and nectarines, $2.49 per pound
- Organic blueberries, 18-ounce container, $3.99
- Organic air-chilled, no-antibiotics-ever whole chicken, $2.19 per pound
- Wild-caught sockeye salmon fillets, $9.99 per pound
- Animal welfare rated St. Louis Ribs, $3.99 per pound
- RXBAR bars and nut butters, 40% off
- Orgain organic plant-based protein powders, 40%
- Self-serve mochi ice creams, 50%
- Ben & Jerry’s and Talenti pints, two for $6
- 365 Everyday Value trail mixes, 35% off
- Alaffia beauty and body care, 40% off
- Hydration sale, reusable water bottles, 30% off
Prime Day daily deals
The week event at Whole Foods features a special deal each day.
- Wednesday: Buy one, get one free Abe’s Muffins vegan mini muffins
- Thursday: 25% off Chef’s Case entrees, sides, salads and Chef’s Plates
- Friday: Get two slices of pizza for $5 (regularly two for $7)
- Saturday: $2 off rotisserie chicken
- Sunday: 20% off per pound sliced-in-house deli meats and cheese
- July 15: Buy one brown butter cookie, get one free
- July 16: 50% off chocolate or butter mini croissants
How the Prime discount works
Prime members save additional 10% off hundreds of sale items throughout Whole Foods each week. Deals are advertised with signs and also are listed in the Whole Foods app.
To access them, download the Whole Foods Market mobile app and sign in with their Amazon account, which will create a QR code that the Whole Foods cashier scans at the register.
Members can also link their cellphone number to their Prime account and provide a number at the Whole Foods checkout.
Learn more at www.wholefoodsmarket.com/amazon or at www.amazon.com/primesavings.
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2013 style grocery app
You can pull up your prime barcode. You can view some sales. That is all.
Half a decade ago, I might’ve not wanted more out of a grocery store app.
These days, I’m used to shopping at Target, Walmart, and H-E-B. They all have apps that let me make shopping lists, check whether items are in stock at a given location, check prices for each item, AND view a map of the given location to see which aisle each item is located!!
Whole Foods is dreadful, because I just end up wandering around their unnumbered aisles, hoping to stumble into the correct one. I prefer certainty and efficiency. I love the selection, and prefer the quality I can find at Whole Foods, but wow do they make it difficult.
I mean the whole brand has this holier than thou vibe, and I get it: maybe I should let myself feel a bit superior for taking care of my body and the planet with my purchasing decisions, but I’m gonna be totally honest…
GROCERIES ARE A CHORE, AND I DONT LIKE LINGERING ON CHORES.
Please add some more functionality to this app.
Amazon Prime Day isn’t just for buying electronics and home goods you don’t need — it also delivers dozens of great grocery deals via Whole Foods. The biggest (and perhaps best) discount right now is a $10 credit that practically anyone can snag.
Through July 16, Prime members who spend $10 or more at any Whole Foods Market (in-store or via a Prime Now purchase) will receive a $10 Amazon credit that can be used during Amazon Prime Day. This is the same deal that Amazon offered last year and truth be told — it’s one of those can’t miss Prime Day deals.
The reason we like it so much is because that $10 credit can turn a good deal into a spectacular deal. For instance, with the credit, that $24 Echo Dot could become a $14 Echo Dot. Or you could stack it to save $10 on any other item you plan on purchasing during Prime Day. And considering how many Prime Day deals under $10 there are, this Whole Foods promotion can essentially get you free stuff.
The $10 credit is automatically applied to your Amazon account and can be redeemed on pretty much anything sold through Amazon. (It excludes gift cards, subscriptions, shipping costs, and Prime Now orders). Even better, every customer in an Amazon Household can redeem the $10 Whole Foods/Amazon credit.
In addition to the $10 credit, Prime members can look forward to Whole Foods discounts of 25% to 50% on the following items:
The best Whole Foods deals for Prime Day
Prime Day has arrived at all Whole Foods Markets. In addition to the deals below, Prime members will also get an extra 10% off “sale” items and “daily deals.”
Save 25% on Pepsi, Quaker, Gatorade, Doritos, More
More Grocery deals at Whole Foods
While not a Whole Foods deal, Prime members can currently save 25% on Pepsi products. This includes Lay’s, Doritos, Tropicana, Quaker, Pure Leaf, Naked, and more. (Important: You must be a Prime member and log into your Prime account to see the clickable coupon on each product page. If you’re not logged in, you won’t see the coupon).
In an effort to promote its Prime Now service, Amazon is also offering $15 off Prime Now orders of $35 of more. (The discount is applicable for new Prime Now customers only).
As much as we love saving money on our favorite gadgets, Amazon Prime Day isn’t just about good tech deals. In fact, we’re just as excited to save on food as we are on tech.
Stay tuned as we update our story with the best Prime Day Whole Foods deals.
Prime Day 2019 is nearly here and that means mega-savings on hundreds of Amazon products. And while the bulk of sale shopping will be done online, Prime members can save on groceries at Whole Foods, too. Some deals have already started, so without further ado, here are all the ways to save money at the grocery store this week and next.
Spend $10, Get $10
Now through July 16, shoppers who spend $10 at Whole Foods will receive a $10 Amazon credit to use on Prime Day. To redeem the credit, be sure to have the Whole Foods Market or Amazon app downloaded and ready to go when you shop.
Prime Day Daily Deals
Friday, July 12: Two for $5 pizza by the slice (usually two for $7)
Saturday, July 13: $2 off rotisserie chicken
Sunday, July 14: 20 percent off by-the-pound deli meats and cheese
Monday, July 15: BOGO brown butter cookies
Tuesday, July 16: 50 percent off chocolate or butter mini croissants
Now through July 16, shoppers will see additional deals throughout Whole Foods stores while supplies last. Snag wild-caught sockeye salmon fillets for $9.99 per pound, RXBARs for 40 percent off, two for $6 Ben & Jerry’s and Talenti pints, and plant-based protein powders for 40 percent off, among other discounts.
Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card Members
One more way to save: Shoppers who use an Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card will earn 5 percent back on Whole Foods purchases. This perk is available year round, not just on Prime Day!
Madison Flager Lifestyle Editor Madison Flager is the Lifestyle Editor at Delish.com; she covers food news and trends, travel-worthy food experiences, and the products you need in your kitchen right now.
Prime Day deal: Spend $10 at Whole Foods, get a $10 Amazon credit (updated)
Hit up Whole Foods to score a $10 credit you can use during Prime Day.
Amazon continues to play it fast and loose with the definition of “Prime Day,” which is actually two days (July 15 and 16) and is not, in fact, confined to those two days.
Rather, there are all sorts of Prime Day deals available right now, and Amazon recently announced another one for Prime subscribers: From now through July 16, when you spend at least $10 at a participating Whole Foods store or Prime Now, you’ll get a $10 credit you can use for Amazon.com purchases.
Don’t worry, Whole Foods (known by some as “Whole Paycheck”) didn’t just jack up the prices in advance of Prime Day. Indeed, a variety of items will be on sale starting July 10. A few top picks:
You’ll also get 10% off sale items and more daily deals leading up to Prime Day. However, as you might expect, a few exclusions apply: That initial $10 spend can’t include alcohol, gift cards, stamps or sales tax.
But here’s the really important bit of fine print: The $10 credit you receive must be used for an Amazon purchase between 12 a.m. PT on July 15, 2019 and 11:59 p.m. PT on July 17, 2019. In other words, during Prime Day (or the day after). You can find the full terms and conditions on Amazon’s Whole Foods Prime Day FAQ page.
If you’re heading to Whole Foods, make sure to scan your Prime Code (from within the Amazon Prime app) — or share your linked-to-Amazon phone number — at checkout. That’s how you’ll receive your $10 credit.
Originally published on July 3.
Update, July 9: Adds sale items.
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