Whole Foods Market Whole Foods Market: $10.00 Off All In-Store Purchases of $50.00 or More, Amazon Prime Members Only $10 Off All In-Store Purchases of $50 or More!

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Buy more organic groceries this week at Whole Foods Market, because Amazon Prime members can take $10.00 off all in-store purchases of $50.00 or more to celebrate their involvement in Prime Day!

Simply log into your Amazon account on the promotional page to get your coupon, then present it to your cashier when checking out in-store.

There are some restrictions, as there's a limit of one coupon per transaction and the discount cannot be used on gift cards, stamps and alcohol.

This offer is available for Amazon Prime members only until July 17 at all 14 Whole Foods Market locations in Canada -- click here to find the Whole Foods Market nearest you.

Not an Amazon Prime member? Sign up for a free 30-day trial to get this deal and unlock access to all Prime Day deals starting July 16!

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    • Edited

      US promotion is spend $10 in-store, 
get $10 on Amazon.com vs Canada promotion as stated in OP
      July 11-17

      Prime members: Scan your Prime Code or use your mobile number at checkout in-store between 7/11-7/17/18 on a single purchase of $10 or more. You’ll get $10 on Amazon to spend on Prime Day. Prime Day deals start on 7/16/18 at 3 p.m. ET. Limit one per customer. Exclusions apply. Not available on Prime Now.

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    • bpun wrote:
      Jul 11th, 2018 3:47 pm
      US only
      https://www.amazon.ca/b/?node=17881728011
      Offer valid at Whole Foods Market stores in Canada from 7/11/2018 – 7/17/2018 only. Spend $50 or more and get $10 off your purchase when you present this coupon. Total spend must be at least $50 before tax, and exclusive of gift cards, stamps and alcohol purchases. One coupon per transaction. Cannot be combined with other offers. Void to the extent restricted or prohibited by law. We reserve the right to correct errors. No monetary value or cash back. Offer may be cancelled at any time and it may not be resold.
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    • OP is correct, it is valid in Canada too, not just for US accounts. Actually better in Canada because it is instant $10 off $50 at Whole Foods, instead of $10 Amazon.com account credit offered to Americans.
      Thanks OP.
      Wait, somebody down-voted this thread?
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    • I went to Whole Foods to use my Prime coupon tonight, ended up going home with only a $10 purchase as things there are soooo expensive compared with the same items at other stores. Much of what they sell is far more than 20% more than other stores, so may as well save yourself time and just go to regular stores for your groceries.
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    • Even if this was 40 off 50, youd probably still be losing money. Whole foods is another dimension of rich or stupid, if you think youre rich I dare you to start shopping at wholefoods every single week. Itll bring you right back to earth
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    • Can someone please confirm that the $10 off $50 coupon (the picture posted by the OP) works at Whole Foods stores in Canada. Thanks.
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    • ilapastel wrote:
      Jul 12th, 2018 3:43 am
      Even if this was 40 off 50, youd probably still be losing money. Whole foods is another dimension of rich or stupid, if you think youre rich I dare you to start shopping at wholefoods every single week. Itll bring you right back to earth
      I went there a few times to pick out fresh fruits on sale (still twice as expensive at other places at regular price) but I'd say they were pretty amazing and actually have different taste.

      With the recent Amazon purchase their produce prices did drop across the board (still expensive) but I wouldn't mind going there once in awhile -- but definitely like you said, can't go pick things up every week.
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    • ahoroba wrote:
      Jul 12th, 2018 6:49 am
      Can someone please confirm that the $10 off $50 coupon (the picture posted by the OP) works at Whole Foods stores in Canada. Thanks.
      Why wouldn't it work? It's posted on Amazon.CA.

      Ron.
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    • Worth it if you buy some exclusive items to Whole Foods. They have some GF and DF stuff that you can't really find anywhere else here for cheaper and if some of that stuff is on sale it would be a great way to stock up. I might do that this weekend.
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    • Fyi, they re checking for prime membership.
      They're basically asking you to actually show the coupon on your account from the following link:

      Http://www.amazon.ca/wfmprime

      But still an awesome deal as it stacks with other promotions (10% off case discount in my case).

      $2.80 after taxes per bottle of Kombucha is Hawt!
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    • Wizard1 wrote:
      Jul 12th, 2018 11:17 am
      Fyi, they re checking for prime membership.

      But still an awesome deal as it stacks with other promotions (10% case discount in my case)
      How are they checking?
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    • Jon Lai wrote:
      Jul 12th, 2018 11:18 am
      How are they checking?
      See above post. I just updated it
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    • Edit: Nevermind, I guess that is a discount for buying a case of Kombucha..
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    • Wizard1 wrote:
      Jul 12th, 2018 11:17 am
      Fyi, they re checking for prime membership.
      They're basically asking you to actually show the coupon on your account from the following link: Http://www.amazon.ca/wfmprime [...]
      How can this check even be implemented? Do they reject paper-printed coupons?
      Not everybody has a data plan and a phone/browser with them at all times.
      Do they hand you an iPad to login, or do they drag customers to a desktop computer in the back room and ask them to perform an Amazon login to confirm Prime membership? That sounds extreme...
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    • ahoroba wrote:
      Jul 12th, 2018 1:08 pm
      How can this check even be implemented? Do they reject paper-printed coupons?
      Not everybody has a data plan and a phone/browser with them at all times.
      Do they hand you an iPad to login, or do they drag customers to a desktop computer in the back room and ask them to perform an Amazon login to confirm Prime membership? That sounds extreme...
      I guess the assumption is that anyone who is sophisticated enough to have Amazon Prime, will have a smart phone.

      Ron.
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    • ahoroba wrote:
      Jul 12th, 2018 6:49 am
      Can someone please confirm that the $10 off $50 coupon (the picture posted by the OP) works at Whole Foods stores in Canada. Thanks.
      I used this today at their Markham location. Lots of signs around the store for the deal too. I found the prices to be reasonable, comparable to RCSS as I try to get organic and antibiotic-free produce and meats. Some are even cheaper. Needless to say, this won’t be my first trip to Whole Foods!
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    • Great deal. Thx OP! Will stop by to get some organic groceries LOL
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    • Going for some of that LaCroix water ........ sw33t
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