Amazon Canada Whole Foods Market: 30% Off Select Products with Coupon, Prime Members Only Prime Members Save 30% on Select Products!

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Save on groceries at Whole Foods Market this week, because Prime members can take 30% off select products!

This offer is only available to Amazon Prime members -- simply show this coupon to your cashier during your checkout to receive your discount!

The discount is only applicable to select products and we've listed the participating items in Ontario stores below (all pricing includes the 30% discount).

  • 30% off Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream and Non-Dairy Frozen Desserts
  • 30% off Fresh Sustainable Wild-Caught Sockeye Salmon Fillets
  • 30% off Garden of Life Raw Organic Protein Powder
  • 30% off MegaFood Supplements
  • Animal Welfare Rated Organic Air-Chilled Whole Chicken - $4.19/lb (regularly $5.99/lb)
  • Asparagus - $3.49/lb (regularly $4.99/lb)
  • Berry Chantilly Cake, 6" - $16.79 (regularly $23.99)
  • Brew Dr. Kombucha, 414mL - $2.79 (regularly $3.99)
  • Lesley Stowe Raincoast Crisps - $5.59 (regularly $7.99)
  • Organic Heirloom Tomatoes - $4.19/lb (regularly $5.99/lb)
  • Organic Strawberries, 454g - $4.19 (regularly $5.99)
  • Pizza by the Slice - 2/$5.60 (regularly $4.00)
  • RXBAR Protein Bars - $2.37 (regularly $3.39)
  • Seventh Generation Dish Liquid, 739mL - $3.07 (regularly $4.39)

Plus, don't forget that you can get a free $10.00 Amazon.ca credit for Prime Day 2019 when you spend a minimum of $10.00 in-store!

This offer is available for Prime members only at Whole Foods Market until July 16 -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • fine print says B.C. stores only
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    • pongster wrote:
      Jul 10th, 2019 4:32 pm
      fine print says B.C. stores only
      Ya, when I sign in I get the BC flyer, even though Im in ontario. Bar code and deals are the same though, only difference is the first line.
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    • Link says "This deal is for Prime members", even though I'm Prime trial user.
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    • Even with this discount pricing is still higher than others. I called it Whole Paycheck Market for a reason.
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    • Just loaded up on the kombucha. They just scanned and didn't check (yes i am prime though)
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    • WF at 87 Avenue Rd, Toronto is offering pretty much same in-store 30% offer for prime members. They've banners and flyers at front of the store. Got mine $10 code. They don't check if you are prime customer but this code can be used only by prime members on prime days.
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    • Are there more things discounted than just those in the photo?
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    • The usual sale price in majority of the other stores for those items is lower than whole foods even with their 30% off.
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    • Are the pizza slice any slice ? Or just pepperoni..anyone try it
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    • stcv3 wrote:
      Jul 11th, 2019 9:04 pm
      The usual sale price in majority of the other stores for those items is lower than whole foods even with their 30% off.
      iverge wrote:
      Jul 10th, 2019 5:16 pm
      Even with this discount pricing is still higher than others. I called it Whole Paycheck Market for a reason.
      Vancouver here, i rarely go there but today i found their produce section reasonable, comparable with save on foods (okay that is also on the medium/high end, but i find their stuff better / more consistent than no frills). i went in, shopped around for the $10 amazon prime day discount. bought a good sized watermelon for $5.99, haven't cut it yet but it's heavy for its size.
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    • Here's the flyer.
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    • Spend $10, get $10
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    • Do all of these promos work for trial members too or you need to be a full prime member? I was thinking of signing up for a trial until my Manulife free amazon prime promo gets activated.
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    • Just to confirm these prices work fine as a trial member too. I signed up for a trial yesterday and go the deals. They didn't put through the pizza code correctly and I got charged $8 instead of $5.60. I went back to desk and the guy tried to say he would just credit the difference and I asked if they were part of SCOP and he said they were so I said I should get the full amount refunded. He said that it was just an issue with the cashier and not the signage and I said "well, that isn't how it works, it is a cashier entering the code and they did it wrong so you are supposed to refund the full amount if less than $10". He said he didn't want to "Argue" over pizza so said he would refund it if that is what I wanted and I said it is.... and he did refund it but made me feel like I was trying to scam them or something.
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