Prime members in 10 more states now save at Whole Foods

Amazon has announced that Whole Foods Market stores in 10 more states are joining the Prime rewards program beginning June 13th. Prime members in Alabama, Arizona, Mississippi, Georgia, Hawaii, North Carolina, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Washington, as well as the rest of California and Nevada will now receive 10% off at Whole Foods and be eligible to buy additional weekly sale items at a discount. To save at Whole Foods, install the Whole Foods app (Android | iOS) and link it to your Amazon account. The app is also the best way to know if your local Whole Foods is participating in the new rewards program yet. And don’t forget to use your Prime Rewards Visa Card to when paying to get an extra 5% off.

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Amazon expands Whole Foods discounts for Prime Members to 12 additional states

Earlier this month, Amazon announced their new Whole Foods reward progam which gives Prime members an extra 10% off all sale items, plus additional exclusive deals. The program started with only Florida locations but it has now expanded to 12 additional states and all Whole Foods Market 365 locations. The 13 states where Prime members get discounts at Whole Foods are: Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Missouri, Louisiana, New Mexico, northern Nevada, northern California, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah. To save at Whole Foods, install the Whole Foods app (Android | iOS) and link it to your Amazon account. The app is also the best way to know if your local Whole Foods is participating in the new rewards program yet. And don’t forget to use your Prime Rewards Visa Card to pay to get an extra 5% off.

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Amazon Prime members now get 10% off sale items plus extra discounts at Whole Foods

Ever since Amazon acquired Whole Foods grocery stores last year, they’ve been introducing ways for customers to save money, like general discounts to popular products and 5% cashback when you pay with a Prime Rewards Visa Card. Now they’ve started rolling out the program that everyone was probably expecting them to roll out, which is everyday extra savings for Prime members. These savings include 10% off sale items, as well as extra discounts on select items. Read more ›

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Amazon now delivers Whole Foods groceries to Denver, Sacramento, and San Diego

Amazon continues to expand Whole Foods grocery deliveries to additional markets. They’ve just announced that Prime members in Denver, Sacramento, and San Diego can now use Prime Now to order groceries from Whole Foods and have them delivered in 2 hours or less. This brings the total markets with Whole Foods delivery to 10, including Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas, Virginia Beach, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

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Amazon expands Whole Foods deliveries to include Los Angeles and begins testing 10% discount for Prime members

Amazon has announced that they now deliver Whole Foods groceries in the greater Los Angeles and Orange County area. Prime members can now shop Whole Foods through Prime Now and receive free 2-hour delivery on orders of $35 or more. If you need things quicker, you can pay $7.99 for 1-hour delivery in select areas. Amazon first rolled out Whole Foods delivery in February for Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas, and Virginia Beach. Additionally, Amazon has began testing a pilot program in Austin, TX where Prime members will receive an extra 10% off select sale items. There’s no word if the extra savings for Prime members will expand beyond the single store in Austin.

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Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardholders now get 5% back at Whole Foods

Amazon has announced that cardholders of their Prime Rewards Visa Card will now earn 5% cashback when shopping at Whole Foods. Cardholders still earn 5% at Amazon.com, 2% at restaurants, gas stations, and drugstores, and 1% on all other purchases, but now they will also save at Whole Foods if they use their card. For those of you who are not Prime members and have the regular non-Prime Amazon Rewards Visa Card, you’ll now earn 3% back at Whole Foods.

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Amazon now delivers Whole Foods groceries via Prime Now in under 2-hours

Amazon has announced that it will begin delivering Whole Foods products through their 2-hours or less Prime Now service. This is the first major integration between the two companies since Amazon acquired the grocery store chain last year. The speedy grocery delivery service will initially be available in Austin, Cincinnati, Dallas, and Virginia Beach. It’ll expand to other cities later this year. Prime members will receive 2-hour delivery for free or can pay $7.99 for 1-hour delivery on orders of $35 or more.

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Amazon Prime Members will receive discounts on turkeys at Whole Foods

When Amazon acquired Whole Foods Market earlier this year, they immediately lowered prices on several common items to attract customers. Now they’re doing it again for common Thanksgiving groceries but are also giving Prime members a sneak peek at the kind of extra discounts they can expect in the future when Prime becomes the official rewards program of Whole Foods Market. Read more ›

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Amazon reduces prices and starts selling Echos at Whole Foods

Via @jordan327 & @canidechoi

True to their word, Amazon has cut prices on specific grocery staples at Whole Foods, which they now officially own as of this morning. Bloomberg logged prices last week and checked again today to find that organic Fuji apples have received the largest price cut, dropping 43% from $3.49 to $1.99 per pound. Other heavily discounted items include bananas, fish, beef, and avocados.

Amazon has also set up a “Farm Fresh” Amazon Echo display at several Whole Foods locations where they’re selling the Amazon Echo and Echo Dot at discounted prices of $99.99 and $44.99 respectively. There’s no need to hunt down one of these displays, however, because the same sale prices are currently available on Amazon’s site.

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Amazon to lower Whole Foods prices when their acquisition becomes final this Monday

Amazon’s acquisition of grocery chain Whole Foods closes this Monday and the retailer has announced they’ll immediately be lowering the prices on a selection of best-selling grocery staples across its stores. Price drops will start with bananas, apples, avocados, kale, lettuce, almond butter, eggs, salmon, tilapia, ground beef, rotisserie chicken, butter, and spread to other products in time. Once integration is complete with Whole Foods’ cash registers, Prime member will be able to enjoy additional special savings and in-store benefits. Whole Foods’ “365” private label products will eventually be available through Amazon.com, AmazonFresh, Prime Pantry, and Prime Now. Lastly, Amazon will be adding Amazon Lockers to select Whole Foods stores where customers can have products shipped or send returns back to Amazon during a trip to the store.

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