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Amazon Prime Day is officially slated for October 13-14, and while you can expect to find thousands of great deals across many categories, there’s an easy way to save even more: by buying your groceries at Whole Foods.
That’s correct. By simply making a purchase of $10 or more at Whole Foods online or in-store, you can get a $10 credit to use on Amazon for Prime Day.
This is a great deal because everyone needs groceries — and you’re probably planning to buy some anyway. You can effectively buy necessary items that you would’ve purchased regardless of any promotion and get free money to spend as a Prime member in the process.
Alcohol, taxes, tips, stamps, gift cards, delivery fees, and regulatory fees don’t apply to the $10 purchase minimum. Once you’ve spent $10 or more at Whole Foods, you’ll get an email confirming your credit. You’ll have from 12 a.m. PST on October 13, to 11:01 p.m. PST on October 15 to use it.
Start shopping at Whole Food Market on Amazon here, or visit an in-store location now.
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