10% off first Whole Foods order thru PrimeNOW

This offer only applies to Prime members are PrimeNOW, as the name suggests, is only available to Prime members. Whole Foods (WF) is now integrated more and more with Amazon and Whole Foods products can be purchased through Prime NOW. If you haven’t yet made a WF purchase through PrimeNOW, they are running a limited time promotion until April 8 in 2018. Coupon code WFM10SF gets you 10% off your first order at WF through PrimeNOW!

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Prime only: 24 Roses for $20 at WF with coupon

Now that Amazon owns Whole Foods, they can offer Prime member promotions there as well. Good until Valentine’s day, the barcode coupon you see on the Promotional page can get you two dozen roses for $20 at Whole Foods, instead of their regular price of $25. You have to be a Prime member for this promotion. You don’t have to print the coupon, you can simply show it at the register using your phone or other digital device (just don’t take a desktop computer with a CRT monitor – it won’t work).

Whole Foods discounts coming along with other benefits

Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods will usher the first wave of big changes starting on Monday 8/28/17! And it will be very practical changes: in-store discounts! a number of popular food items will be discounted. The amount of the discounts is not mentioned in the press release so we’ll have to wait until Monday to see which products and by how much.

Whether there is more flexibility for bigger discounts are obviously the 365 house brand and other products that Whole Foods have more control over the price. Amazon could decide to give them away for free if they wanted to ๐Ÿ™‚

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16oz 365 Almond Butter for $7 at Whole Foods

For a limited time only, Whole Foods stores have a sale on their house brand (365) almond butter (creamy or crunch). Their 16oz jars (not glass) are selling for $7 each, instead of the current regular price of $8. This is a limited time sale, but I forgot to check the in-store tag for an expiration date…


Also shown in the receipt above, Kind Bars are on sale (4 for $5) which brings it to $1.25 per bar, but that’s not all. In the store shelves they attach $0.50 off coupons next the “Strong and Kind” variety (the spicy ones). With the coupon, they go down to 75c. I am assuming you can only do one coupon per purchase (I haven’t tried more), so it probably won’t work for stocking up unless you go there very often ๐Ÿ™‚

16oz Whole Foods 365 Almond Butter for $6

Sale time at Whole Foods of all places. Good until Tuesday August 23 in 2016, you can get 1 lb (16oz) of their 365 Almond Butter for just $6. This is either Creamy or Crunchy, unsalted, unsweetened! That’s a pretty good price, it handily “defeats” Trader Joe’s permanent price of $8, which is the regular price at Whole Foods as well.


It’s almost cheaper than a 1 lb of almonds if you are not buying bulk ๐Ÿ™‚ The one I picked up has a January 2017 best buy date, so it’s not like they are leftovers. You can buy as many as you like, there’s no limit. No coupon needed, it’s a sale!

[DEAD] RxBars on sale for $1.89 at Whole Foods

UPDATE October 2017: the Whole Foods sale is long over, but there is a new customer offer at the RX Bar website that gets you 14 bars for $20 with free shipping.

Jump aboard the hype train that is RxBar nutrition bars! The Rx is not medicinal, and they don’t taste medicinal, they taste like dates ๐Ÿ™‚ They are on sale for $1.89 per bar until 8/23/16 at Whole Foods brick and mortar stores. Here’s photographic evidence, my receipt ๐Ÿ™‚


The Whole Foods I went to have five different flavors, including the Chocolate, Coffee, Pumpkin Spice (it’s not a latte!), and Peanut Butter. This price beats Trader Joe which has limited flavors for $2 each, and it also beats the 12-pack price at Amazon. The only way you can get a good deal at Amazon is if you find them in-stock and on-sale at Prime Pantry.

PS: if you are planning a Pantry purchase, make sure you check the Pick 5 August Offer for free shipping.

16oz Whole Foods Almond Butter for $7 (B&M)

Shocking, I know, but for a limited time, Whole Foods is actually beating Trader Joe for pretty much the same item! For a few days only (probably part of their weekly ad or weekly specials), Whole Foods stores are offering the 16oz unsalted and unsweetened Almond Bar in a jar for $7 each. It is available in either Creamy or Crunchy. This is almond butter and no other ingredients! The regular price there and at Trader Joe is $8. These are not glass jars. Considering the price of almonds, that’s not a bad price unless you are buying industrial strength quantities ๐Ÿ™‚

PS: I buy both the WF and TJ almond butters but I haven’t done a side-by-side taste test yet ๐Ÿ™‚

It’s back: 25c Coffee or Tea (12oz) at Whole Foods

It is back! The 25c coffee (or tea) promotion returns at Whole Foods, hot on the heels of their 25c oatmeal promotion. This new iteration is good until November 3 in 2015. You don’t need a coupon, you don’t need a membership card, just buy a 12oz coffee or tea and you pay $0.25. You don’t have to buy anything else. You can buy multiple 12oz coffees if you need more caffeine.

This is as official as it gets, it’s on their official Twitter account, with the tweet in question embedded below:

12oz Allergo Cup Of Coffee for $0.25 at Whole Foods

Whole paycheck? What whole paycheck? Until the end of September 2015, Whole Foods is offering 12oz cups of Allergo coffee for just 25 cents each. That’s right, old school prices! Better yet, this is a sale price, so you don’t need to print or show a coupon. You can find it at the Sales Flyer page. That’s crazy ๐Ÿ™‚

YMMV: Get 1000 Membership Rewards points with $50+ purchase at Whole Foods B&M

This is a targeted promotion that is part of the American Express credit card offers, for cards with Membership Rewards points. The promotion runs from 9/1 to 10/31 in 2015, and gets you 1000 Membership Reward points if you make a purchase of $50 or more at a Whole Foods store. This amount has to be reached in a one in-store transaction (any combination of items that gets you to $50+).

If you stick close to the $50 mark, it is essentially a 20% discount, assuming you are planning to use the 1000 rewards points in a 1:1 (points to pennies) exchange rate later on (for example, redeem them for gift cards for other merchants).


The offer is limit one for the promotional period. As usual, you have to first manually opt-in, which is easier than it sounds, you just press the “Add to Cart” button on your account. While many of the offers are shared between this and the AMEX Blue cards (so you can choose which one to activate it on), this one, because it is a Membership Rewards promotion, it is not eligible (does not show up) in the Blue AMEX Offers.

With the Amex Blue offers, I did a combination of physical goods and gift card purchases and the promotion worked fine. This is the first time I am doing the Membership Points offer, but since gift cards are not excluded in the terms and conditions, it should be fine.

Whole Foods: Donate $1, Spin the Wheel, Guaranteed Win

I don’t know if this is happening in every Whole Foods store or not, but in some stores, they have a new spinning wheel promotion to encourage customers to donate to the Whole Foods charities. You donate $1, and you get to spin a wheel to win prizes. Everyone is guaranteed to win something. The prizes may change. Since most items at Whole Foods are over $1, the chances are you are going to get a better value for your $1, and at the same time, donate to a good cause. And I’m sure Whole Foods is taking the tax deduction for the prizes and of course the donations for their non-profit. So everybody wins!

I don’t know how long this will last or how many stores have it, so there is a big YMMV element since I obviously can’t check every single WF store ๐Ÿ™‚

Whole Foods: $1 Lara Bars (ends 2/10/15)

At Whole Foods stores, you can get Lara bars for $1 each. You can buy as few or as many as you like. They have a handful of different flavors, so this sale is a good way to try all available options without committing to more than one bar per flavor. The promotion expires on 2/10/15 according to the yellow Sale sticker in the stores.

Kind Bars for $1.25 each at Whole Foods (ends 1/27/15)

If you want to try out as many Kind bars as possible without committing to more than one bar per flavor, run to your local Whole Foods store. They have a sale on individual Kind bars for $1.25 each. The sale is “4 for $5” but you don’t have to buy four to get the price. Each one is $1.25. Whole Foods has almost all the flavors, except for the “Strong” bars (salty/spicy) and the new Kind Chai bars (seen at Starbucks). The sticker showing the sale price has an expiration date of 1/27/15. You can buy as many as you like.

PS: the individual price is better than buying a 12-pack! Their 12-packs are on sale for $16 each, which makes it a $1.33/bar. If you buy 12 bars individually, you pay $15. However, this sale is not the best price for 12-packs. This sale is best if you want to try a variety of bars, or if you want to buy a variety of bars.