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Promoted 08-30-2015 by RevOne at 07:39 AM View Original Post
Staples.com has Select Whole Foods Market Gift Cards on sale. Shipping is free. Thansk longmanj9

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Note, offer ends 9/5 or while supplies last. ~RevOne

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Edited August 30, 2015 at 07:04 AM by TattyBear
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Free ShippingNote, Limit 1 per order on the $50 Whole Foods Gift Card

Gift Card works at Whole Foods Market [wholefoodsmarket.com] [Store Locator [wholefoodsmarket.com]]

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#4
nice one. i think even the $100 is still a good deal.
with Ink it's worth to get both.

btw, the $100 card doesn't have limit 1... it's possible to get 10 at the discount.
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Last edited by Pantalaimon August 30, 2015 at 06:16 AM.
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Great !! in for one. Thanks!!!
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Quote from Pantalaimon View Post :
nice one. i think even the $100 is still a good deal.
with Ink it's worth to get both.

btw, the $100 card doesn't have limit 1... it's possible to get 10 at the discount.
I guess if you combine with a cashback site or card benefit, you can make the argument that it's a better deal getting the $200 card, but all seem to offer only $8.01 discount, so it's not much of a savings beyond the $50 otherwise.
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I wonder if this gets 5% on Sallie Mae credit card
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I wonder if this gets 5% on Sallie Mae credit card
isn't Sallie Mae 5% back on groceries, gas, and bookstores only?
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About to blow everyone's mind. The limit on the $50 card is 1 PER ORDER, not per customer......
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About to blow everyone's mind. The limit on the $50 card is 1 PER ORDER, not per customer......
nice. i wonder what the chances are they'll cancel.
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#11
with cashback and 5x back, this beats the amex deal
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#12
Mind blown. Too bad I just ordered 1 $50 and 1 $100. At $42 for $50, the store is almost affordable.

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About to blow everyone's mind. The limit on the $50 card is 1 PER ORDER, not per customer......
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Thanks. Used wheelndealer's advice and bought 1 twice. The $50 one is 16% off. The $100 is 8% off and the $200 is 4% off.
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Mind blown. Too bad I just ordered 1 $50 and 1 $100. At $42 for $50, the store is almost affordable.
Instead of wondering why healthy, organic, REAL food is so expensive, try asking why conventional foods are so cheap. I'd rather spend my money upfront on delicious, nutritious food rather than mounds of deductibles and co-pays to the insurance company later in life.
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In for 2
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