Do you all shop at Whole Foods Market? I have been in there a few times, and let me tell you, I get sticker shock every time. That does not stop me from picking up a few wholesome food items. Whole Foods has a great selection of fresh fruits and veggies and foods that are more organic and healthy in general. That means hard-to-find, locally sourced, and overall more expensive branded items. If you are looking to be more healthy and shop at a store that has everything you need, do not let the high prices stop you. Instead, let me tell you where to find Whole Foods savings to use in-store.
My go-to when I do not want to hunt for deals is Ibotta. Ibotta is a cashback app that you can download and use on your phone. Whole Foods is listed in their repertoire of stores. Simply click the store and add the coupons you like to your account. Purchas the items in-store and submit a picture of your receipt to get some cash back. I find the app very simple to use, and they have a lot of offerings. Right now, you can get BOGO savings on Stimulate Tenders, Core Bars, and 4505 pork rinds, among other deals.
If you are an Amazon Prime member, you’re in luck. You can save on your Whole Foods groceries just by being a member. Prime members save 10% on all yellow sales signs marked in the store. All blue signs marked in-store are also exclusive savings discounts for Prime Members. Other ways you can save by being a Prime member include getting Whole Foods deliveries straight to your door and extending your status to up to five members in your household.
For additional savings opportunities, head to the Whole Foods website. While they do not have any coupons, you can get a peek at their sales and savings ad for the week. From there, you can plan a low-cost shopping trip.
Do you guys shop at Whole Foods? If you do, where else do you find Whole Foods Savings? Let us know in the comment box below.