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15% Back on Amazon Fresh for Prime Members with a Prime Credit Card

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Available to eligible Prime Members with an Amazon Prime credit card.
Through September 22, 2017, get a total of 15% Back at AmazonFresh with an Amazon Prime credit card.
That's an additional 10% Back on top of the everyday 5% Back you can earn on Amazon.com.

Eligible Cards:
  • Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Credit Card from Chase
  • Amazon Prime Store Card (from Synchrony Bank)
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Screenshot added.
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in my area, they are waaay more expensive than shopping locally, even walmart groceries...the only one that doesn't inflate the prices is tom thumb...but they are already expensive...uughh
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any word on if the prime credit card will soon get us 5% back at whole foods market? lot of announcements this week but haven't seen anything on that
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any word on if the prime credit card will soon get us 5% back at whole foods market? lot of announcements this week but haven't seen anything on that
they would need to make it like 50% CB...it's obscenely expensive
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they would need to make it like 50% CB...it's obscenely expensive
so no word...thanks anyway for your opinion.
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so no word...thanks anyway for your opinion.
they created ome thread about it, i believe shortly after this one
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Must be the competition because in Miami Prime Fresh is on par with Walmart, and in some cases, cheaper.
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they created ome thread about it, i believe shortly after this one
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There has been recent news that now the Amazon purchase of Whole Foods is approved that they will slash prices on some of the popular food items like bananas. Sounds like a great time to try their delivery service and potentially save some time and money in the process.
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How do we know if we are eligible prime members? I have prime, fresh, and Amazon visa.
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Checked prices recently and Amazon Fresh is more expensive than Walmart on almost every item. This is in SoCal.
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Checked prices recently and Amazon Fresh is more expensive than Walmart on almost every item. This is in SoCal.
While I agree that the prices on Amazon Fresh are a bit higher for food, I've noticed they're the same for general items that I would have normally gotten via Prime. For example, my order contains Rock Tape, HP ink and Sudafed. Identical prices to prime that I need to buy anyway and since I still have my Fresh trial and a Prime card, it makes sense to buy it that way for the extra 10% off.
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Whole Foods has lowered their prices somewhat. At least in our area. Still to expensive to do everyday shopping.
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