Turn your Whole Foods purchases into credit for Amazon Prime Day
Amazon Prime Day 2019 is almost upon us, but the online retailer isn’t the only company offering discounts. Whole Foods — which was acquired by Amazon back in 2017 — is offering up sales on groceries and other goods in addition to giving Prime members discounts for Prime Day.
Starting today, July 3, through July 16, Prime members can earn a $10 credit to be used for Prime Day deals. All they need to do is spend $10 at Whole Foods and scan their Prime Code found in the Whole Foods app. Alternatively, customers can make a Prime Now purchase for delivery or pick up from Whole Foods.
Whole Foods Prime Day deals
Kicking things off in time for July 4th festivities, Whole Foods will provide discounts on organic red cherries, wild-caught sockeye salmon fillets, baby back ribs, Waterloo Sparkling Water, and large apple pies.
During the following weeks, Whole Foods will be offering 25 to 50 percent discounts on hundreds of items.
Additionally, Prime members get an extra 10 percent of items marked with a yellow sale sign. And on top of that, customers in select zip codes can get free two-hour delivery with Prime Now.
You can learn more about the Whole Foods Prime Day sales here. Click on the button below to download the company’s app to save money at checkout and qualify for the $10 Amazon Prime Day credit.