Amazon is giving a $10 Amazon credit to any Amazon Prime member who spends at least $10 at Whole Foods by July 16th. The only ‘catch’ (if you can call it that) is that you can only spend that $10 Amazon credit during Amazon Prime days, which are July 15th and July 16th, 2019. (Note that some info says you can spend it until July 17th at 11:59 p.m. however Prime Days ends on July 16th at 11:59 p.m. so we wouldn’t take that chance.)
And here’s another cool thing: If you have the Amazon Visa, and use it to shop at Whole Foods, you get that 5% back to spend on Amazon as well. That perk is a regular perk of the Amazon Visa – all day, every day. But when you put it together with the $10 back on Amazon for spending $10 at Whole Foods, you actually come out further ahead – granted only by 50 cents, but still, you get $20 worth of stuff ($10 at Whole Foods and $10 on Amazon) for just $9.50.
Even if you don’t have the Amazon Visa, you still get $20 worth of stuff for just $10!
After you spend at least $10 at Whole Foods (and remember that you have to be an Amazon Prime member), you will get the following email, which includes answers to the most common questions:
Your recent Whole Foods Market purchase earned you $10 to spend on Prime Day, a two-day parade of epic deals, July 15 & 16. This $10 credit has been applied directly to your Amazon account, so mark your calendar – it’s only for Prime Day.
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When can I use my $10 on Amazon?
The $10 account credit is valid from 12:00 AM PT July 15, 2019 to 11:59 PM PT July 17, 2019. Prime Day Deals start July 15. The credit won’t be applied to purchases on Amazon.com prior to 12:00 AM PT July 15. See all the deals at Amazon.com/primeday.
What is it the Amazon credit good for?
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The $10 account credit is good for purchases on Amazon.com or the Amazon shopping app. It does not apply to Amazon Gift Cards, alcohol, subscriptions, tax, shipping costs, or Prime Now orders.
How do I redeem my credit on Amazon?
The $10 credit will be automatically applied when you add qualifying items to your cart. In your Order Summary at checkout, you’ll see the discount under the label ‘Whole Foods – Prime.’
How can I check to see if I have the credit in my account?
You can see if you have qualified for the $10 Amazon credit in the Amazon shopping app:, click on the Whole Foods link on the homepage and look for a banner under the Prime Code that says ‘You have a $10 Amazon promotional credit.’ You can also find this in the Whole Foods Market app on the Prime Code tab. You will receive an email once you qualify for the promotion.
Do I have to be a Prime member?
Yes, this offer is just for Prime members.
What if I share my Prime benefits through an Amazon household?
The offer can be redeemed once per customer. Each Amazon customer in an Amazon Household can receive the $10 credit by making a qualifying $10 Whole Foods Market purchase as described above.
Can I qualify for multiple credits?
Customers can qualify only once.
Remember, you can spend your (at least) $10 at Whole Foods any time starting now, through July 16th, but you have to spend the Amazon credit during Prime Days, which are July 15th and July 16th.
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