Prime members now can get discounts at Whole Foods Market stores in New York, parent company Amazon Inc. announced.
Starting June 27, Prime members across the country will be able to get 10 percent off sale products and bigger savings on other select products.
For example, Prime members could save $6 a pound on wild sockeye salmon and 25 percent off all bulk items. Organic fruit like cherries and peaches are discounted $2 a pound for members, the company says.
Eligible Prime members can also get 5 percent back when using the Amazon Prime rewards Visa card.
The Prime Whole Foods Market discount was first rolled out in Florida in a month and a half ago.
Since then, it has expanded to those who have their groceries delivered through Prime Now, which offers free two-hour delivery on orders over $35. However, this service has yet to be rolled out in New York.
“Customer feedback has been overwhelmingly positive—in fact, Prime members have adopted this benefit at one of the fastest rates we’ve seen,” said Cem Sibay, vice president of Amazon Prime in a statement. “Since starting this rollout in mid-May, Prime members have already saved millions of dollars on everything from seasonal favorites to popular products.”
To get the discounts, Prime members can download the Prime app and scan it at checkout or give the cashier the number associated with their account.
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