Earn $10 to spend on Prime Day on your next Whole Foods grocery trip.
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If you already shop at Whole Foods, this promotion is a great way to land a little extra cash for Prime Day using money you’d already spend. Plus, it requires a very low spend threshold to earn the bonus.
While some preemptive deals are already rolling out, Prime Day officially begins on July 15, 2019 and continues through July 16, providing ample opportunity to take advantage of the credit. Read on to learn more on how to land this deal.
Credit rules and restrictions
In order to take advantage of this promotion, you’ll have to make a single purchase of at least $10 from Whole Foods between July 3 and July 16, 2019 and scan your Prime membership code in the Whole Foods app. Both in-store purchases and orders from Prime Now can qualify, as long as they are processed by the end of the deal term.
Unfortunately, not all purchases will earn you the credit. The following items do not count toward the deal:
- Gift cards
- Tax or tips
Once you receive your $10 credit, it will be active throughout Prime Day – from midnight on July 15 through the end of the promotion on July 16, 2019.
You can view the full terms and conditions on Amazon.
More deals to come
This promotion is one of many being sent out to Amazon Prime members in preparation for Prime Day. If you are focused on maximizing rewards on Amazon, keep a close eye on your inbox over the next few weeks. We also recommend checking your account periodically for targeted ads – as you might be able to catch a great deal before Prime Day is in full swing.