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Here’s *exactly* how to save big at Whole Foods during Amazon Prime Day


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Start scoping out the best Wi-Fi connection now, because July 16—AKA the start of Amazon Prime Day—is quickly approaching. In the past, the unofficial holiday has given online shoppers the chance to score deals on everything from houseplants to travel gear and top-rated bed sheets, but this year the internet isn’t the only place to find the bargains. Now that Whole Foods is an official member of the Amazon fam, the crazy-good Prime Day sales will extend to the grocery chain’s store aisles too.

Yep, you read that correctly. For the first time, the Amazon is taking things IRL for Prime Day, which is way more than one day at Whole Foods: It will span July 16 at 3 p.m. (EST) to July 18 at 3 a.m. And Whole Foods notes on its site that there are a few ways to save on the market’s healthy stock—even beyond the usual weekly discounts, marked in blue signs in the store, that Prime members get to enjoy.

From now through July 17, spending $10 or more on a single Whole Foods purchase automatically credits $10 to your account to spend on Amazon during Prime Day.

From now through July 17, spending $10 or more on a single purchase automatically credits $10 to your account to spend on Amazon during Prime Day. All you have to do is scan your Prime code—or use your cell number—at checkout. (Sadly, there’s a limit of one per customer.) And if you’d like to avoid the rush and stick to shopping online from the comfort of your own home, anyone new to having groceries delivered from Whole Foods via Prime Now will not only receive $10 off their first order between now and July 17 but will also get $10 toward a future order.

So, grab a cart (real or virtual) and get shopping. But maybe just plan on arriving early to the actual store to avoid any cart-related duels while trying to get the freshest deals first.

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