Amazon just gave Prime members even better deals at Whole Foods

Amazon just gave Prime members even better deals at Whole Foods

More good news for Amazon Prime members: Amazon continues to roll out its Whole Foods rewards program, announcing today that it is expanding to ten more states. Delivery is available daily from 8 a.m.to 10 p.m through primenow.com.

The lucky customers living in these states (21 so far) get 10 percent off sale items, as well as access to exclusives discounts.

Starting Wednesday, the Amazon Prime discounts will be available in 365 stores in 23 states, including Hawaii.

"Based on the positive customer feedback and successes we've seen over the past month, we're accelerating our timeline to expand these savings to all of our USA stores", A.C. Gallo, the president and chief operating officer at Whole Foods Market said.

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The service, offered through Amazon's Prime Now, also launched in Boston, Philadelphia and Richmond, Va.

Amazon bought Whole Foods for $13.4 billion in 2017, but the recent integration of Prime savings is the first real sign that anything has changed. The service launched earlier this year with plans for expansion across the US throughout 2018.

To get the discounts, shoppers have to scan a code on an app, or use their phone number when checking out.

Amazon last month raised the annual Prime membership price to $119, up from $99. Users of that service generally have to place orders a day or two in advance and to await delivery within a two-hour window that they reserve.

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