Amazon Prime subscribers to get another 10% off at Whole Foods

By Dan Wilson May 16, 2018 - 4:59 pm

Amazon Prime members can now get an additional 10% off sale items, typically hundreds of products throughout the store, plus weekly bigger discounts on select items. The offer is available from today in all stores across Florida and will expand to all Whole Foods Market and Whole Foods Market 365 stores nationwide starting this summer.

This is the latest benefit for Prime members shopping Whole Foods Market. Earlier this year, they launched free two-hour delivery on Whole Foods Market groceries through Prime Now in 10 cities, with more to come in 2018. Eligible Prime members also receive 5% Back on Whole Foods Market purchases when using the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card.

This new Prime benefit at Whole Foods Market is a perfect pairing of healthy and delicious food at even more affordable prices. Our vision is that every day Prime makes your life better, easier and more fun, and shopping at Whole Foods Market with exclusive deals and savings is all of this and more.
– Cem Sibay, Vice President, Amazon Prime

Amazon and Whole Foods Market have reduced prices for all customers on hundreds of grocery staples and fresh foods across the store, including: responsibly-farmed salmon, raw shrimp and tilapia; organic baby kale and organic broccoli; animal welfare-rated lean ground beef; and organic and no-antibiotic, boneless skinless chicken breasts. Shopping at Whole Foods Market is now even more convenient with Amazon Lockers, where customers can pick up and return eligible Amazon purchases at nearly 400 Whole Foods Market stores nationwide. Additionally customers can now shop for Amazon devices, such as Echo and Fire TV, while buying groceries at some stores.

Amazon hasn’t been slow to deeply integrate their new grocery chained this is the latest development in the new arrangement and this is the latest new perk for Amazon Prime members. And we expect more along similar lines as they further integrate their operations.

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