Whole Foods is a chain of natural and organic grocery stores based out of Austin, Texas and operates over 365 stores nationwide. They have store coupons available online and in-store Whole Deal brochures. The best way to save at Whole Foods is to shop their sale prices and stack them with store and manufacturer coupons. In addition, you save 10% off when you buy a case of product to make stocking up on healthy food even better! Many locations also offer a $0.05-$0.10 discount for every reusable bag you use at checkout.
Through tomorrow, Whole Foods has 32-ounce cartons of GoodBelly Probiotic Juice Drink on sale for $2.50. Use a $1.00 coupon at the register and redeem a $1.00 Shrink rebate offer (use code OBCHJY) for a final price of only $0.50!
Whole Foods is like the Disneyland for foodies and organic-everything lovers. It’s bright, beautiful, and just so…so…expensive! Well, at least it may seem that way on the surface. Don’t fret, fellow frugal-minded shoppers. There are ways to shop at Whole Foods without feeling like you just blew your whole grocery budget!
1. Grab extra coupon booklets! Whole Foods coupons are available for two months but valid for three!
Whole Foods releases coupon books around six times a year. When you see them, grab a couple! Even though these books are only available for a couple months at a time, the coupons themselves are still valid for three months! You can also print them for free online at WholeFoods.com.
2. Use a Whole Foods coupon, a manufacturer coupon, and multiple rebate app offers on one item.
Organic food coupons do exist! And you can get big savings when you use them with more than one rebate app offer. Combine offers from Ibotta, Checkout 51, MobiSave, Snap, and BerryCart, and you could get vegetables for free!
5. Buy 6 bottles of wine and save 10%.
6. Let the butcher season, divide, and prepare your meat any way you like.
For example, if you want to buy the whole fryer chicken that’s on sale but are hesitant because you hate breaking down whole chickens, ask a Whole Foods butcher. They’ll do it for you for free!
7. Whole Foods encourages sampling—even packaged products like chocolate!
Interested in a new product but aren’t sure you want to buy it because it might be awful? Ask an employee about sampling the product. Whole Foods is all about providing customers with a great shopping experience.
8. Sample any cheese, then ask the deli to slice or divide any loaf for no additional cost!
9. Save 10% on bulk foods when you buy at least 25 lbs.
Save on Hope Organic Hummus at Whole Foods when you redeem two rebate app offers!
The eight-ounce containers are on sale for $3.00 through 1/26. Buy one and pay full price at the register. Later, submit your receipt for a $1.00 offer from Shrink and a $0.75 offer from BerryCart. The final price will be only $1.25!
Cheap snacks for the big game, anyone? Head to Whole Foods and buy a six-ounce bag of Beanfields Bean & Rice Chips, on sale for $2.50. Use a $0.50/1 manufacturer coupon and pay $2.00. Redeem two rebate app offers, $1.00/1 from Shrink and $0.50/1 from BerrtCart. The final price will be only $0.50 once you get credited for both offers!
Whole Foods has 32-ounce cartons of shelf stable Almond Breeze on sale for $2.00 through 1/26. Use a $1.00 manufacturer coupon from last Sunday’s Smart Source newspaper insert and pay only $1.00!
There’s also a $0.75/2 Whole Foods store coupon you can stack with the manufacturer coupon. Since the $1.00 manufacturer coupon has a limit of one per customer, you’ll get a better deal by buying only one carton at a time and not using the store coupon.
Stock up on Celestial Seasonings Tea at Whole Foods! Through 1/26, the Seasonal Favorite variety is on sale for $2.00. Stack a $1.00 manufacturer coupon with a $0.75 store coupon. Pay $0.25 per box. That’s only a penny per tea bag!
Whole Foods has Orgain Organic Nutritional Shake four-packs on sale for $7.99, through 1/26. Use a $2.00 manufacturer coupon at checkout and pay only $5.99, or $1.50 per drink. That’s 50% off the regular price!
Rebate apps are a great way to save on produce. This week at Whole Foods, score cheap Lady Alice apples. Buy one pound, on sale for $1.99, and pay full price at the register. Later, redeem two rebate offers: $0.75 from Ibotta and $0.30 from MobiSave. The final price will be only $0.94!
Today only, hurry to Whole Foods to score a moneymaker on So Delicious Dairy Free Coconut Milk Creamer! The 16-ounce cartons are on sale for $2.00, through 1/26. Stack a $0.55 manufacturer coupon with a $0.75 store coupon and pay $0.70 at the register.
Then, redeem a $1.00 Checkout 51 rebate offer, and you just got paid $0.30 to take the creamer home! The Checkout 51 offer expires tonight, so don’t wait.