Get $10 Toward Amazon Prime Day After Spending $10 at Whole Foods

Jul 10, 2018

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Amazon Prime members who spend $10 or more at Whole Foods between July 11 and 17 will receive a $10 credit redeemable over Amazon’s 36-hour annual Prime Day extravaganza.

This year, Prime Day lands on July 16, beginning at 3:00pm ET. To further sweeten the deal, Amazon Prime Rewards Visa card holders will double their cashback earnings on Whole Foods purchases between July 14 and 17, jumping up to a whopping 10% bonus from the already-generous everyday rate of 5% cashback.

This is the first year that Whole Foods will participate in Amazon’s wildly popular annual day of discounts, following the online retailer’s acquisition of the high-end grocery chain in August 2017.

Amazon Prime will also offer significant grocery discounts during the week leading up to Prime Day, starting July 11. Expect to see coupon-clipping prices such as 40% off boneless chicken breasts and buy one, get one free deals on dry goods. First-time Amazon Prime Now delivery service shoppers will also receive $10 off of their first order, as well as an additional $10 off a future order.

If for some reason you can’t figure out enough ways to spend your $10 credit, we have some suggestions here. In past years, Amazon has offered up some, well, prime deals for travelers, and this year likely will include a number of fantastic options as well.

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