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Amazon Prime Day was accompanied by promotions at Whole Foods in both 2018 and 2019, but like so many things in 2020, the entire Prime Day event was thrown into uncertainty by the coronavirus, eventually resulting in a delay to October. Now that we know that Prime Day will officially be happening on October 13 and 14, here are all the available Whole Foods promotions we know about so far and one we’re still hopeful we might see—we also expect that all promotions will be available for online orders with a delivery option due to continued remote grocery shopping driven by the pandemic.
The Wirecutter Deals team’s favorite Prime Day Whole Foods promotion from the past few Prime Days has been a $10-for-$10 offer that’s effectively free money for Prime members. Thankfully, the promotion is back in 2020 for both online and in-store shopping, so spending more than $10 on any Whole Foods order prior to Wednesday, October 14 (either remote while signed into your Amazon account or in-store while scanning in the purchase via the Whole Foods app) will get you a $10 credit to your Prime account for use during Prime Day. For regular Whole Foods shoppers who plan to do any Prime Day shopping, participating in this promotion is a no-brainer.
A deal we loved last year that hasn’t been revived is Amazon’s Prime Now promotion: When you used a promo code at checkout, Amazon offered $10 off any Whole Foods delivery and another $10 for use on a future Prime Now order. That deal doesn’t appear to be available this year, probably as it’s somewhat redundant with the one above. If you’ve never gotten your groceries delivered right to your door but want to try it, you can still save $10 on your first Prime Now order over $50 with code SAVE10WF.
Finally, while Wirecutter no longer reviews credit cards, if you already have an Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card, cardholders got serious savings during Prime Day of last year (and may see similar savings during Prime Day 2020, though we unfortunately haven’t seen info about this promo being revived just yet). The card offers 5 percent cash back every day for purchases at Whole Foods and Amazon—but during Prime Day festivities last year, that cash-back percentage at Whole Foods jumped to 10 percent for purchases up to $400. If Amazon brings back this promotion, it could be a very big deal for people making big grocery purchases during this event.
Source: The NY Times
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