Amazon Prime Day, Amazon’s 36-hour sale beginning on Monday July 16th, has only been around for three years, but it’s become bigger than Black Friday. This year, it will feature deals on more than one million products across product categories carried by Amazon (i.e. anything anyone anywhere might ever need). And, as Whole Foods is now owned by Amazon, the food giant will also have major deals.
Amazon Prime members will receive a $10 credit when they spend $10 or more at Whole Foods between July 11 and 17. The grocery store will also have deals open exclusively to Prime members, such as 40 percent off boneless chicken breasts and buy-one-get-one-free Honey Nut Cheerios.
These deals are part of a larger effort to align operations between the two formerly separate companies. Whole Foods has regular 10 percent off sales open only to Prime members and sells its store brand, 365 Everyday Value, on Amazon. Prime credit card holders receive 5 percent cash back at Whole Foods stores, many of which now house Amazon lockers for package pickup.
To take advantage of Whole Foods’ Prime Day offers, all Prime members need to do is scan their Whole Foods or Amazon app when they check out at the grocery store. The $10 in credit will appear automatically in Amazon accounts. And if they use their Prime credit card, you’ll get double the cash back–10 percent — on purchases made between July 14 and 17 (up to $400).
If you’re an Amazon Prime member who shops at Whole Foods it’s hard to think of a reason not to take advantage of this deal.
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