Prime Day Deals Extend to Whole Foods This Year
Maybe you won’t have to spend your whole paycheck this time.
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Amazon’s 2018 Prime Day deals — which last for 36 hours this year — are going beyond e-commerce. This year, the deals are extending to Whole Foods, which was acquired by Amazon in 2017. Unlike Prime Day, which starts on July 16, Whole Foods shoppers can start saving as early as July 11. Prime members who spend at least $10 at Whole Foods between July 11 and July 17 will receive a $10 Amazon credit to use on Prime Day starting July 16. First-time delivery users will save up to $20 off their order when they shop before July 17. Plus, members who use their Prime Visa credit card get a 10% discount at Whole Foods purchases between July 14 and July 17.
As for grocery items, there’s a plethora of sales.
- Organic strawberries, 1 lb. container, 2/$5
- Boneless chicken breasts, animal welfare rated, air-chilled, $3.99/lb., save 40 percent or more
- Icelandic cod fillets, sustainably wild caught, $8.99/lb., save $6/lb.
- Allegro bagged coffee, sustainably sourced, buy one, get one free
- MegaFood Vitamins & Supplements, 30 percent off
- RXBAR Protein Bars, 1.83 oz., all flavors, 2/$3
- Waterloo Sparkling Water (12 pack 12 oz. cans), including flavors like lime and mango, 2/$7
- Honey Nut Cheerios, buy one, get one free
- Lesley Stowe Raincoast Crisps, 3 oz., $4.99
- Self-serve tea cookies by the pound, 40 percent off
Sure, this might not save you from your usual overspending at Whole Foods, but, hey, it might take the edge off the grocery bill July 11 through July 17.