Amazon is giving 5% back to Prime members who shop at Whole Foods stores using their Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card. This marks the latest integration of the two services, following the acquisition of Whole Foods last year. Earlier, the online retailer began delivering Whole Foods groceries through Prime.
“We’ve seen incredible excitement and adoption around our Amazon Rewards Visa Credit Cards and are thrilled to partner with Amazon and Whole Foods Market to bring even more rewards to our joint cardmembers,” said Leslie Gillin, president of Chase Co-Brand Cards, according to USA Today.
Amazon cardholders who get the reward points at Whole Foods stores can either convert them into a statement credit, or redeem it online to spend at the Amazon site or other eligible sites. The payback is not just limited to Prime members, as non-Prime users will also get 3% back on Whole Foods Market purchases. All the cardholders get back 2% on restaurants, gas stations and drugstores while 1% for all other purchases, notes TechCrunch.
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