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Amazon Prime Members: Spend $10 at Whole Foods Market & Get EXPIRED

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Amazon offers Amazon Prime Members: Spend $10 or more in-store at Whole Foods Market [store locator] or online at Whole Foods Market via Amazon.com or Prime Now and Get $10 Amazon Promotional Credit to Spend on Prime Day (starting October 13, 2020 at 12am PST). Thanks quantecipher

Note, download the Whole Foods Market app (iOS or Android) or link your phone number to your account (details). Prime Members can get this deal by scanning the prime code in-store at checkout from the app or providing your phone number. Purchase must be $10 or more in a single purchase between September 28 and October 14, 2020.
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Amazon is offering Prime Members $10 to spend on Amazon on Prime Day when you spend $10 or more in-store or online at Whole Foods between 9/28/2020 and 10/14/2020.
https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/primeday

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How long did it take to get the credit? Was it within the hour for everyone? Or how long after if you do delivery? (Don't need to use the app correct?)
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Beer worked last year, some are reporting it working this year... Not sure whether to risk it.
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I knew about this offer but wasn't planning on doing it. Today I was surprised it was still open and this is the last day. So I ordered for an online pickup. Still haven't picked up. The credit was emailed to me 30 minutes after my order.
Whole Foods charges $1.99 for pickup, correct?
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Not showing up in my email, chat support is a little poor with non-native English speakers, trying to sort it out now...

Edit: got a $10 never expiring credit through support after roughly 7 minutes. Schwing. And I bought mostly produce, not alcohol, so that wasn't the reason it didn't go through automatically. Some of the prices on produce were very fair and the quality looked great. $4 pizza slice looked tasty.
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too late to join the party?
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Whole Foods charges $1.99 for pickup, correct?
Yes. I paid a $1.99 pickup fee.
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Maybe I missed it in the thread (if someone else mentioned it already, sorry) but noticed this:

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When can I use my $10 on Amazon?

The $10 credit is valid from 12:00 am (PST) October 13, to 11:01 pm (PST) October 15, 2020.
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Hmm..my credit showed up yesterday but I didn't buy. Just now I put an item in cart that has special prime savings and it's not showing up.
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Hmm..my credit showed up yesterday but I didn't buy. Just now I put an item in cart that has special prime savings and it's not showing up.
My credit disappeared as well, at the same time courtesy credit that I had. I e-mailed support and they said they added courtesy credit, but that too appeared for less than 5 minutes before going away again. So frustrating... waiting to see if the courtesy credit reappears tomorrow.
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My credit disappeared as well, at the same time courtesy credit that I had. I e-mailed support and they said they added courtesy credit, but that too appeared for less than 5 minutes before going away again. So frustrating... waiting to see if the courtesy credit reappears tomorrow.
I was told this only applies to items Shipped and Sold by amazon. Many of the prime deals are shipped by amazon but sold by a third party. So I added a samsung sd card and the whole foods credit and a courtesy credit showed up. 20 off my order. Not sure if the courtesy credit is the buy 40 GC get 10 deal though. It doesn't say that.
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I was told this only applies to items Shipped and Sold by amazon. Many of the prime deals are shipped by amazon but sold by a third party. So I added a samsung sd card and the whole foods credit and a courtesy credit showed up. 20 off my order.
Thanks, but the items I am adding are indeed shipped and sold by Amazon.com. Exact same items that showed as working no longer worked minutes later. I've called 3 times and none of them were of any help and it turned out to be a big waste of time.
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For those struggling to spend $10 wisely, there can be some seni-reasonable items to be found:

Sales in produce and fruit. A recent example was "Whole Trade" (fair trade?) Bananas 2 for $0.39. I also got zucchini and tomatoes.

365 Everyday Value Classic English Muffin 6ct $2.49. Really good. Stays fluffy inside when you toast the hell out of it to get crunch on the outside.

365 Everyday Value Cage-Free Large Brown Eggs, dozen $2.99. Better deals to be found elsewhere, but in a pinch...

365 Everyday Value, Whipped Cream Cheese, 8 oz $2.19

Expensive but delicious:
In house "charcuterie" (aka lunch meat) including smoked turkey, peppered, herbed, or smoked roast beef. These are still sliced to order and not in prepackaged slime preservatives that also add water weight that you are paying for.

Also expensive but delicious: walnut jumble cookies. Like $5 for 6 large cookies, but they are very chewy, crunchy and very good.

HTH
I keep meaning to thank you for this very specific, helpful comment!
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