How to Get Amazon Prime Discounts at Whole Foods Market
In addition to the many perks available to Amazon Prime members, US residents can now also get discounts at Whole Foods stores nationwide.
Prime members (including those who are members of an Amazon household) can take advantage of weekly discounts and an extra 10 percent off sale prices, although exclusions may apply to the latter.
To find Amazon Prime-specific deals, just look for items with a yellow 10-percent-off sticker or the blue Amazon Prime member deal sticker.
How to Get Amazon Prime Discounts at Whole Foods
To take advantage of this perk, you have two options.
Option 1: Use the Whole Foods Market App
Once you have the app installed on your phone, you can sign in with your Amazon credentials, and will use the app to scan a QR code at the store.
Option 2: Link Your Phone Number
The second option is to link your phone number to your Amazon account, and when you enter your number at the store, available discounts will be applied.
You can add your number through the app. Tap Account and if you have a phone number already associated with your account, toggle the option to use your mobile number at checkout. You can also choose to use a different mobile number.
If you don’t want to download the app at all, you can add your number by going to the Amazon Prime Whole Foods Settings in a browser. Under Two ways to save at checkout, go to option number 2: Use your mobile number and click Update settings.
You can confirm or change your number and toggle the feature on.
How the Whole Foods App Works
The service should now be available nationwide, rolling out to all stores on June 27. After you set up the app, your QR code—which can be scanned at the store during checkout–will be viewable as soon as you open the app.
If you want to find out what’s on sale before heading to the store, tap the Savings tab and you can see all the available deals, and when they’ll expire.
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