Amazon Prime Day 2019 doesn’t start until Jul. 15. But Whole Foods Market shoppers can start getting discounts immediately. And here’s how!

Raise your hand if you’re all in for a $10 Amazon credit to use on Prime Day (or rather, days—Jul. 15 & 16). To get this bonus Prime perk all you need to do is spend $10 at Whole Foods through Tuesday, Jul. 16. Just scan your Prime Code in the Whole Foods Market or Amazon app during checkout to get your $10 off.

Stephenie Landry, Vice President, Amazon Retail, said in a press release, “Prime Day is designed to offer something for every member, so whether you’re shopping on Amazon, in-store at Whole Foods Market, or on Prime Now, our goal is to delight customers and offer the best deals on the season’s most popular items.”

If you’re looking for ways to spend $10 or more in the next week, check out some of Whole Foods’ Prime Day Daily Deals. The discounts start on Jul. 10, with BOGO Abe’s vegan Mini Muffins.

The Whole Foods deals continue on Jul. 11 with 25 percent off Chef’s Case Entrees, Sides, Salads and Chef’s Plates. Shoppers can save $2 on two slices of Pizza by the slice (sale price two for $5) on Jul. 12. Saturday, Jul. 13 you can score $2 off Rotisserie Chickens and on Sunday (Jul. 14) you can get 20 percent off per pound Sliced-In-House Deli Meats and Cheese.

Prime Day (technically days) starts Jul. 15. And Whole Foods will have BOGO Brown Butter Cookies! The second day of Prime Day savings, Jul. 16, rounds out the deals with 50 percent off Chocolate or Butter Mini Croissants.

Visit the Whole Foods Prime Day site here for more information.

—Erica Loop

Featured photo: Courtesy of Whole Foods



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