I love me some Whole Foods, but one of my biggest complaints is how much I end up spending there.

Sure, there are plenty of ways to save money at Whole Foods, but Amazon has done us a huge favor and is making its specialty grocer more affordable than ever — starting this week!

Check out what’s happening:


Whole Foods is discounting hundreds of items starting Wednesday, April 3.

This is the third round of price cuts since Amazon bought Whole Foods in 2017.


Customers will pay an average of 20% less for fresh, peak-of-season produce.

Whole Foods says customers will see its fresh produce — items such as cherry tomatoes, large yellow mangoes and organic rainbow chard — drop in price by an average of 20 percent.

You don’t even have to be a Prime member to rake in the savings.


In April Whole Foods is offering customers $10 off a $20 purchase when they try Amazon Prime online.

And they don’t even have to stay past the 30-day trial period to get the deal. Check out the full promotion here.


Speaking of Prime, Whole Foods is rolling out more than 300 Prime member deals.

From dollar-off deals to percentage savings, Amazon wants to reward its Prime members with more than just 10% off anything in the store.

They’re offering 300 Prime member deals over the next few months, such as:

  • Organic strawberries: $2.99/lb., save $2.00
  • Air-chilled, antibiotic-free whole chicken: $1.79/lb., save at least 40%
  • 35% off all Justin’s brand products
  • $20 off Vega One Organic Shakes (24.3-26.9 oz. sizes)



Prime member deals rotate on a weekly basis.

Keep tabs on current deals by watching Whole Foods on The Krazy Coupon Lady or at the Whole Foods website.


Feel free to use coupons on the new lower prices — it’s totally doable!

Yeah, you can use a manufacturer coupon and multiple rebate app offers on one item.

Check out all of our 20 Budget-Rescuing Tips to Save Money at Whole Foods — which are all the more supercharged by these price drops.


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Whole Foods Is About to Get a Whole Lot Cheaper, Thanks to Amazon