Amazon continues to bring its new Whole Foods discounts across the nation. Now Whole Foods stores in 10 additional states — including Amazon’s home state of Washington — will offer new 10 percent discounts on sale items and other special deals to Amazon Prime members.
Amazon first announced the deal earlier this month at stores in Florida, and expanded it to 12 more states in late May. It’s Amazon’s latest integration with Whole Foods, which it acquired for $13.7 billion last year.
Discounts for Prime members will work through the Whole Foods Market app. Prime members will sign into the app using their Amazon accounts, and then scan the “Prime Code” inside the app when they check out at Whole Foods. Items eligible for additional Prime member discounts will be designated by special signs in Whole Foods stores.
Available deals will rotate weekly. Here are examples of Prime discounts available this week:
Organic yellow nectarines and peaches, $1.99/lb., save $2/lb.
Made-in-house pork sausage, no antibiotics, $3.99/lb., save $3/lb.
Wild sustainably caught yellowfin tuna steaks, $15.99/lb., save $9/lb.
Annie’s Natural Macaroni & Cheese, buy one, get one free
Essential Water, 1.5L bottles, 4/$5
Self-serve tea cookies by the pound, 50 percent off (one-day sale, June 15)
Customers can also get the savings with Whole Foods grocery delivery, which is free for Prime members via Prime Now for orders over $35. The grocery delivery service is available in 10 cities.
The new discounts are available at Whole Foods stores in Alabama, Arizona, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Mississippi, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Washington, along with 13 other states. Amazon previously said it will expand the deals to all Whole Foods stores this year.
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