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[Whole Foods Market] Prime members: Spend $10 at Whole Foods and get a free $10 Amazon.ca credit (July 8-16)

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[Whole Foods Market] Prime members: Spend $10 at Whole Foods and get a free $10 Amazon.ca credit (July 8-16)

Easy $10 to spend at Amazon if you've got a Whole Foods near you. You might need to spend the $10 at Amazon during Prime Day (that's how the US promotion works) but I can't find any details beyond what's in the press release.
Celebrating Prime Members at Whole Foods Market
From July 8 through July 16, Prime members who spend $10 at any Whole Foods Market stores in Canada will receive $10 off on Amazon.ca via a unique printed code. Prime members qualify by entering the promo code when they check out. Starting on July 10 through July 16, Prime members can access a barcode by visiting amazon.ca/wfmprime that will give them 30% off select items across all Whole Foods Market stores in Canada.
https://www.newswire.ca/news-releases/a ... 71395.html

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Official Amazon link for the promo: https://www.amazon.ca/b/?node=17881728011
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I don't understand this promotion at all.

>Prime members qualify by entering the promo code when they check out.

Like checkout with the cashier at Whole Foods? I tell them the code? How does that connect to my Prime account?
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katchphraze wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2019 8:54 pm
I don't understand this promotion at all.

>Prime members qualify by entering the promo code when they check out.

Like checkout with the cashier at Whole Foods? I tell them the code? How does that connect to my Prime account?
I think they mean enter the promo code from Whole Foods into your Amazon.ca checkout.
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dealxtremeleecher wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2019 9:18 pm
I think they mean enter the promo code from Whole Foods into your Amazon.ca checkout.
So I assume every Whole Foods receipt will come with an amazon code then?
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You had to load up the barcode on your Amazon.ca Prime account during checkout to get the credit last year.
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One more question... does it work for the Prime Free Trial members? Or only for paying Prime members?
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Does whole foods sell gift cards? Wonder if it will work with gc purchase.

Also noticed the $10 prime video promo. Is that good in Canada also
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peter330 wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2019 11:29 pm
Does whole foods sell gift cards? Wonder if it will work with gc purchase.

Also noticed the $10 prime video promo. Is that good in Canada also
What $10 prime video promo?
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Is the $10 spent on Wholefood to get $10 Amazon.ca credit only available from July 8 to 16?
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Sounds good Tom... but what’s the minimum spend ? 10 off 10 ? Or 10 credit off 100 spend ? Any details on that
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mrfrugal83 wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2019 11:43 pm
Sounds good Tom... but what’s the minimum spend ? 10 off 10 ? Or 10 credit off 100 spend ? Any details on that
I don't see the details page up on the Amazon.ca website yet but I'm assuming it'll be a straight $10 credit to use however you see fit (like how they're doing it in the US).
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TomRFD wrote:
Jul 3rd, 2019 11:06 am
I don't see the details page up on the Amazon.ca website yet but I'm assuming it'll be a straight $10 credit to use however you see fit (like how they're doing it in the US).
So basically spend $10 get $10 back breaking even minus the taxes ?
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mrfrugal83 wrote:
Jul 3rd, 2019 11:07 am
So basically spend $10 get $10 back breaking even minus the taxes ?
Should be. This is from the US page:
The $10 account credit is good for purchases on Amazon.com or the Amazon shopping app. It does not apply to Amazon Gift Cards, alcohol, subscriptions, tax, shipping costs, or Prime Now orders.
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