We're grabbing our reusable shopping bags.

By Perri Ormont Blumberg
March 05, 2018
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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 Amazon.com 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.