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Get $10 For Prime Day(s) By Spending $10 At Whole Foods

by joeheg

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Amazon delayed its made-up Prime Day holiday sale that has previously been held in July. It was recently announced that Prime Day, which will cover two days, will take place on October 13-14, 2020.

Giving a bonus to its Amazon Prime members, if you spend $10 in-store at Whole Foods between now and October 14th, you’ll get a $10 credit to use during the Prime Day promotion.

To qualify, scan your Prime code (or use your linked phone number) at checkout and receive a $10 credit when you spend $10 (excluding alcohol, gift cards, stamps, tips, taxes and fees) in a single qualifying purchase at Whole Foods Market in-store or online between September 28, 2020, and October 14, 2020.

There’s no need to sign up for the promo. If you’re a Prime member, just show your QR code from your Whole Foods app or give the phone number linked to your Prime account and the credit will be added to your account.

While I’m not one to scour the internet for the best Prime Day deals, thanks to Frequent Miler, I was able to stack some offers to get a pair of Bose noise-canceling headphones (which I’m wearing right now) for $73.69. 

We don’t go grocery shopping all the time like we did pre-corona but I’m sure we’ll be at Whole Foods sometime in the next two weeks. As long as we spend more than $10 (like spending less is even possible at Whole Foods) and use our Amazon Prime code, we’ll get back $10.

It’s not even necessary to buy a Prime Day offer to use the $10. You can use it for any item sold from Amazon.com as long as the purchase takes place during Prime Day(s).

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This post first appeared on Your Mileage May Vary

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