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Amazon Prime Offers 10% Back at Whole Foods
Amazon Prime Day is back, in my house that’s a bad thing since I spend the entire day at my computer buying things I don’t need. Here’s a reason to actually get out of the house. Eligible Prime members can earn 10% Back with Chase’s Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card on up to a total of $400 in purchases at Whole Foods Market stores, including Whole Foods Market 365 stores, between July 14, 2018-July 17, 2018. If you don’t have the card it’s easy to apply is not subject to 5/24. Our Complete Guide to 5/24.
Here’s a quick explanation from Amazon.com to make sure you get 10% back.
- In order to earn 10% Back at Whole Foods Market from July 14 to July 17, 2018, be sure to do the following:
- Ensure that your Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card is loaded into your Amazon.com account. Learn about how to load your card into your Amazon.com account.
- Ensure that you have an eligible Prime membership associated with your Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card account. You can check the Prime status of your Amazon Rewards Visa Card here.
- Have your Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card in hand to make Whole Foods Market purchases of up to $400.
As an Amazon Chase Cardholder you’ll already earn 5% back at Whole Foods, but an extra 5% on groceries is always welcome. I’ve actually dusted this card off in the last year because of decent spending offers and gift card deals. I’m looking forward to see what else Prime Day has in store for us. You can check all the upcoming deals and announcements on the official Prime Day page here. There’s also a pretty cool Amazon Prime Day Guide.
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