Amazon expands Whole Foods discounts to 10 states, including Oklahoma

Whole Foods has expanded its discount for Prime members to Alabama

Whole Foods has expanded its discount for Prime members to Alabama

"We're excited that Prime savings will be available at almost half of our Whole Foods Market stores this week, giving more Prime members access to great deals just in time for summer", A.C. Gallo, president and chief operating officer at Whole Foods Market, said in a statement.

Since buying Whole Foods previous year, Amazon has been working aggressively to get as many of its million of Prime members to shop in-store as possible.

Amazon announced this morning that Whole Foods savings are now available to Prime members shopping in 10 more states, including Arizona, Georgia, Hawaii, Oregon, North Carolina and Washington. Some of the discounts provided in the offer include 10% off various sale items, and discounts on food products such as Annie's Macaroni & Cheese and Essentia Water bottles. Here are examples of Prime discounts available starting Wednesday.

Prime Members get the savings by using the Whole Foods app on their smartphone and linking it with their Amazon account.

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Amazon first announced the deal earlier this month at stores in Florida, and expanded it to 12 more states in late May.

To get the deals, you go to a Whole Foods location in the designated states (or any Whole Foods 365 location), and look for the yellow discount stickers.

Amazon introduced the discount program at Whole Foods in May, almost a year after Amazon bought the upscale grocery chain for $13.7 billion.

Made-in-house pork sausage, no antibiotics, $3.99/lb., save $3/lb. There's also an Amazon Rewards Visa card that gets members an additional 5% cash back when shopping at Whole Foods.

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