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We're grabbing our reusable shopping bags.

Perri Ormont Blumberg
March 5, 2018

Walk into any Whole Foods Market these days and you'll likely notice an array of Amazon Echo and Alexa products on display. But here's a bonus you may not know. Whole Food's new owner, Amazon, has rolled out a 5% back discount to Prime members on all of your shopping at the grocery store chain with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card.

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In late February, Amazon and Whole Foods announced a partnership with Chase to launch the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Cards at Whole Foods. Using the card for Whole Foods purchases will give card holders 5% back on everything they buy at the supermarket. Other card perks include 5% back on all purchases, 2% back at restaurants, gas stations, and drug stores, and 1% back on everything else. The card also boasts no foreign transaction fees and no annual credit card fee.

Sure, it's not as exciting as free delivery from Whole Foods — which Prime members can now enjoy on orders over $35 in select markets — but that 5% back can add up fast. Now, if only our local Whole Foods stocked our favorite pimento cheese.