- AmazonPrime members can earn up to $US30 for shopping at Whole Foods this week.
- Amazon is offering the deals in celebration of Prime Day, its biggest shopping holiday of the year.
- Prime Day kicks off Monday at 3 p.m. ET.
- Amazon also plans to showcase special deals on its Alexa-enabled devices, such as the Amazon Echo and the Fire TV, in Whole Foods stores across the US.
Amazon’s biggest shopping holiday of the year, Prime Day, is extending to Whole Foods this year.
Amazon announced a package of deals tied to Prime Day that includes up to $US30 for Prime members who shop at the grocery chain within the next week.
Here are the deals:
- $US10 in Amazon cash: Prime members who spend $US10 at Whole Foods between July 11 and July 17 will get a $US10 Amazon account credit to use on Prime Day, which kicks off on Monday, July 16, at 3 p.m. ET. Members must scan the Prime barcode in their Whole Foods or Amazon app when they check out to get the credit.
- $US20 in Whole Foods cash: Prime members who have not yet tried grocery delivery from Whole Foods via Prime Now will receive $US10 off their order when they shop before July 17, and they will get $US10 to use toward a future order.
- 10% back: Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardmembers with an eligible Prime membership will get 10% back on up to a total of $US400 in purchases when shopping at Whole Foods from July 14 to July 17.
Amazon also plans to showcase special deals on its Alexa-enabled devices, such as the Amazon Echo and the Fire TV, in Whole Foods stores across the US.
Check out all of our Amazon Prime Day coverage:
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- Amazon is giving Prime members up to $US30 in free cash for shopping at Whole Foods
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- 5 overlooked deals you really don’t want to miss out on during Prime Day – but probably have in previous years
- Amazon’s made-up holiday is forcing other retailers to offer crazy sales
- 9 money-saving tips and hacks for shopping on Amazon Prime Day
- Prime Day has become such a big shopping event that even retailers that never run deals are jumping on the opportunity
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