You probably know by know that Amazon Prime Day kicks off on July 16, 2018 with many great deals exclusively for Amazon Prime Members.
If you are an Amazon Prime member, you may want to hop over to Whole Foods and grocery shop between July 11-17, 2018. If you spend at least $10 at Whole Foods, you will receive a free $10 credit to spend at Amazon between July 16-18, 2018 for Prime Day.
The $10 credit is good for purchases on Amazon.com and will automatically applied to an order when a qualifying item is put in your account. The free credit does not apply to gift cards, Prime Now transactions, subscriptions, tax, or shipping costs.
Keep in mind, you must scan your prime code or use your mobile number when you pay at checkout at Whole Foods, and you can find more information about that here.
If you are not an Amazon Prime member but would like to score all the benefits of Prime Day, you can sign up for a free 30 day membership. If you are a college student, you can sign up for a free 6-month trial of Amazon Prime with your .edu e-mail address to reap the benefits too.
If you are an EBT cardholder or on a similar government assistance program, you may qualify for a discounted prime membership for $5.99/month if you are looking for a budget-friendly Amazon Prime option.
For more information about the free $10 credit for shopping at Whole Foods this week, please head here.
Do you have a Prime account? Will you be shopping on Amazon Prime Day?
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