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Does this include Prime Now WF purchases?
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Wow, now you can only pay about 290% of what the prices should be.
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Does this include Prime Now WF purchases?
per terms & conditions:
"Any Whole Foods Market purchase made through Prime Now and Amazon.com will not be eligible for the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card 10% or 6% Back offer."

doesn't look like it
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I have the card, just dumped Prime but I got an email that I still earn 5% at Amazon. Am I eligible for 10% WF?
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Are these UR points?
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Wow, now you can only pay about 290% of what the prices should be.
If you intended to say WF is thrice as expensive as other grocery stores (which is my guess), shouldn't the 10% off make it 270% of what the prices should be?

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Are these UR points?
Nope, they are not
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Wow, now you can only pay about 290% of what the prices should be.
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We'll have a delicious wagu roast for the holidays and then celebrate our bankruptcy with ramen in the new year.
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I understand the upcharge for quality items and food made using quality ingredients, but can't stand the fact that the same organic items you can buy anywhere else nowadays (the same exact item) is typically overpriced there.
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Wow, now you can only pay about 290% of what the prices should be.
Hahaha. You're a savage; a correct savage. 😂
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For anyone else who was wondering, does not apply to the purchase of gift cards.
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For anyone else who was wondering, does not apply to the purchase of gift cards.
Thank you, that was my question.

For all the thread crappers on this post, WF is wonderful for people like me with a gluten sensitivity. And, it's great for people who don't want to feed their kids craps like high fructose corn syrup and trans fats since they don't allow that stuff on their shelves. Plus, they have amazing weekly deals on their app, especially on seafood which is as good if not better than what you would find at a high-end restaurant.

Seriously, they have a lot of stuff you can't find anywhere else, and they do what they can to stock fair trade items to give people in poor countries a living wage.
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I've found that some items at Whole Foods are cheaper than Kroger. Some items are cheaper than Target as well. I guess it depends on what you buy. I prefer to buy organic.
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