Posted by Chuck on July 3, 2018
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Published on July 3rd, 2018 | by Chuck

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[Expired] Save up to $20 on Whole Foods or Amazon Prime Now Online Order

This deal has expired, for more Amazon offers click here. For a full list of ways to save money on Amazon click here. You can find more Whole Foods deals here.

The Offer

  • Amazon is offering $10 off your first two Prime now orders with promo code: 20PRIMEDAY at checkout.

Prime Now is the grocery delivery arm of Amazon and Whole Foods.

The Fine Print

  • Must spend minimum of $10.01
  • Valid through July 17, 2018
  • Must have active Prime membership
  • First-time Prime Now customers only
  • Prime Now is not available in all cities
  • Delivery charges might apply, depending on order total

Our Verdict

I believe there’s a delivery fee for orders under $35 (?) so it would make more sense for larger orders. We’ll add this to the Prime Day lead-up deals post – you can find a list of other such deals there as well.

Hat tip to SD



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GH
GH

The promotional code you entered cannot be applied to your purchase.

carl wilson
carl wilson

So many rules with prime now. Like my $20 no rush credits being broken up into $5 max per order.

After inflated prices and suggested tip it’s not even a bargain anymore though it is convenient.

Jeff L.
Jeff L.

I agree. Amazon’s customer service has normally been great for me, but with every new offer like this, the lists of terms, conditions, and exclusions has become longer than a CVS receipt

Chucks
Chucks

I think you’re right generally. However Whole Foods items aren’t marked up now (though I suppose they carry premium prices to begin with).

I’m staunchly against tipping Prime Now drivers given tipping is explicitly listed as optional. I don’t tip my FedEx driver for doing his job getting an Amazon package to my door, I’m not tipping my Prime Now driver.

Under-privileged
Under-privileged

Woooah baby, look at the privilege over here

NinjaX
NinjaX

haha. there are plenty of people like OP. hear the same story all the time against tipping. “item overpriced already” “not going to reward you for doing ur job” “raise min wage” “if companies paid their workers more” etc etc.

based on his excuse, pizza delivery guys, waitresses, food/bev and hotel employees or anything service oriented will never get tips.

carl wilson
carl wilson

Haha $5 suggested tip. Amazon trying to “tip-shame” everyone.

From what I’ve read drivers get paid flat so there is no way for them to tell if they’ve been tipped or for what amount. You think the driver gets 100% if the tip? Lol

So go ahead and tip amazon corporate because they are so great.

veeRob

Drivers do not get paid flat rate. What you read was incorrect.

carl wilson
carl wilson

Sorry they are not paid flat. But drivers do not know if they are being tipped.

Do you think amazon gives 100% of tip to the driver? Do you think amazon will ever reveal that information?

https://www.theatlantic.com/amp/article/563444/

NinjaX
NinjaX

how come nobody is talking about the stack with AMZ CC promo?
https://www.amazon.com/b?node=17599167011&ref=vanWFMC

From July 14 to July 17, Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Cardmembers can earn a total of 10% Back at Whole Foods Market.

Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Cardmembers with an eligible Prime membership can earn 10% Back on up to a total of $400 in purchases at Whole Foods Market. That’s an extra 5% Back in addition to the 5% Back you already earn at Whole Foods Market.

William Charles

Will this code as Whole Foods for that offer?

Celia
Celia

Even if it doesn’t code that way, you can buy Amazon gift cards at Whole Foods using the Amazon Prime card, right?

NinjaX
NinjaX

great question. i was expecting the promo to stack thinking whole foods would pass through as the normal merchant coding, but nvmd. pretty sure its integrated already. so Prime now would only show up as amazon but you can get 5% as a prime member from the CC i guess.

Sam
Sam

Doesn’t look like it would stack. “Whole Foods Market offers made through Prime Now and Amazon.com: Any Whole Foods Market purchase made through Prime Now and Amazon.com will not be eligible for the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card 10% Back offer.”

Additionally, this 10% back offer excludes gift card purchases.

Reference: https://www.amazon.com/b?node=17599167011&ref=vanWFMC

Lisa
Lisa

Also just got an email:
From July 14 to July 17,
Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Cardmembers
can earn a total of 10% Back at Whole Foods Market

NinjaX
NinjaX

hm. doesnt make sense. why is there another code?

Up to $20 off Whole Foods Market with code 20WHOLEFOODS

Jon S
Jon S

20PRIMEDAY did not work for me, but 20WHOLEFOODS did. This was my first Prime Now purchase.

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