Amazon’s Whole Foods Market discount for Prime members goes nationwide June 27

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In May, Amazon announced a new benefit for Prime members that would let them use it at Whole Foods Market stores to get a 10% discount on almost everything in the store. When it was first announced, it was only available in Florida. Then the service expanded to 12 more states. Now, starting June 27, the service expands to cover the entire country. You will soon be able to use your Prime membership at all regular Whole Foods Markets across the country and all of the Whole Foods Market 365 stores.

All you’ll need to do is update your Whole Foods Market app and add your Prime account to it. When you check out in-store, you can scan the Prime Code on the app to get your discount. You’ll also be able to get deals exclusive to Prime members at each store.

Some Prime members live in a sweet spot that not only gets them the 10% savings benefit of Prime but also free two-hour delivery of Whole Foods groceries (as long as it’s over $35). The markets for that include Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boston, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Richmond, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco and Virginia Beach.

You can try all of this out even if you’re not a Prime member yet. Just sign up for a 30-day free trial and see if the benefits work for you. For regular Whole Foods Market customers, it really seems like a no-brainer.

There are plenty of reasons to be a Prime member, not the least of which is the upcoming Prime Day. It’s a huge sales event exclusive to Prime members, and we’re certain there are going to be a lot more savings to see then.

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