Whole Foods Shoppers Can Earn $10 Amazon Credit For Prime Day

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In celebration of this year’s Amazon Prime Day, which kicks off on July 16 at 12 p.m. Pacific Time, Prime members can earn a $10 Amazon credit for Prime Day when they shop at Whole Foods Market from July 11 through July 17.

“This is Whole Foods Market’s first Prime Day, and we’re taking the shopping experience to the next level,” said John Mackey, co-founder and CEO at Whole Foods Market. “Between our exclusive deals and special Prime Day offers, you’re not going to want to miss out on these savings.”

Leading up to the event, Prime members can take advantage of a number of offers, including:

  • Spend $10, get $10: Prime members who spend $10 at Whole Foods Market July 11-17 will receive a $10 Amazon account credit to use on Prime Day by scanning the Prime Code in their Whole Foods Market or Amazon app when they check out.
  • Get 10 percent back: Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardmembers with an eligible Prime membership will enjoy double the rewards—10 percent back—on up to a total of $400 in purchases when shopping at Whole Foods Market from July 14-17.
  • Shop Prime Now and save up to $20: Prime members who have not yet tried grocery delivery from Whole Foods Market stores via Prime Now will receive $10 off their order when they shop before July 17 and will get $10 to use toward a future order.
  • Amazon devices in-store: Starting on Prime Day, Prime members in many stores across the country will have access to deals on Alexa-enabled products like Echo and Fire TV.

“This year, Prime members will experience a special flavor of Prime Day in every Whole Foods Market store nationwide,” said Cem Sibay, VP, Amazon Prime. “Prime members also will save big, from earning $10 to spend on Amazon for Prime Day when they spend $10 at Whole Foods Market, to 10 percent back when shopping Whole Foods Market using their Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card.”


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