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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.
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I thought they only sold ultra-vegan hyper-organic top-shelf luxury bananas there.

On a lark, I went into a Prada store to buy a keychain for my sister as a gag gift since she had joked about me getting her a Prada bag for her birthday. Stupid keychain was $150. Nope. I browsed, and the cheapest thing they had in the entire store was like a 12-pack of disposable facial blotting papers for $50. Of course, this was in Switzerland, so I don't know about here.

I don't go to Whole Foods. I just hear people joke about the place, calling it Whole Paycheck.

I suppose you can even get a slice of cheesecake from TCF for less than $10.
It's amazing that people like you walk around and function in this world
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Once-upon-a-time, EVERYTHING on this earth used to be organic/natural. It's human greed that lead us to chemicals/GMOs/pesticide filled highly processed food. Companies like Whole Foods saw an opportunity and they started marketing organic/natural as a new luxury.
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Can I buy things from their bakery corner and get this deal too? Cakes, cookies etc.
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Lunch at the buffet.
which in my area is still closed... Frown
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In 4 spending! Thanks OP!
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It's amazing that people like you walk around and function in this world
You are easily amazed.

The world must completely blow your mind.
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Lunch at the buffet.
Are they still doing the buffet thing? I would have thought there'd be a health concern.
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Spend $10 in-store or online now, get $10 on Amazon for Prime Day, October 13 – 14. The cherry on top: Prime members get free delivery with online orders.

See terms at amazon.com/primeday10. Delivery and pickup in select ZIP codes.​

https://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/
i'm seeing a $35 minimum for free delivery
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Yeah. The only reason I enjoy hating on Whole Foods is because of one co-worker who "only" shops at Whole Foods because "all other grocery stores only sell garbage."

Apparently, all of the produce in Whole Foods comes from the magical gardens just outside the fairy forest where the rainbow light nourishes the plants in fields plowed by unicorns.
I used to go to one all the time just because it was one of the few places where you could get Japanese and Purple sweet potatoes or Cotton Candy grapes (which oddly enough weren't expensive- in 2019). But, the most of the other produce selections were rather limited and frequently expensive too. And, some of the stuff like strawberries or blueberries are the exact same product as the other grocery chains, coming from the exact same suppliers, with the exact same packaging...just twice the price. It seemed like you really had to pick and choose rather than shop a whole list.
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It says one per customer. There could be 2 members on a single Prime membership. Is it up to 2 per membership then? I guess both members need to link a different phone number to the membership? Thanks.
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1. Order online (from inside amazon account) and pick up. I assume that will be eligible too ?

2. Primary and secondary prime accounts eligible?
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I used to go to one all the time just because it was one of the few places where you could get Japanese and Purple sweet potatoes or Cotton Candy grapes (which oddly enough weren't expensive- in 2019). But, the most of the other produce selections were rather limited and frequently expensive too. And, some of the stuff like strawberries or blueberries are the exact same product as the other grocery chains, coming from the exact same suppliers, with the exact same packaging...just twice the price. It seemed like you really had to pick and choose rather than shop a whole list.
That's how I do all my grocery shoppping. Only pick up items that are the cheapest price from one place rather than try to get everything at one place. I seldom "need" something that I have to pay full price.

I also like Whole Foods because of their selection of season fruit. Their apple and citrus selection were better than other supermarkets around me. I have only seen Macoun apples there and sometimes their price on Honeycrisps are better than local supermarkets. Have yet to try the cotton candy grapes, but they're on my list.
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Do they sell anything in Whole Foods that costs less than $10?
(Asking for a friend)
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Don't get me started on Costco. They should change the name to Karenco. Whole Foods and Costco are where all of the Karen conventions take place.
Amen to that lol!
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