Tips on How to Save on Whole Foods Market Groceries

TIPS ON HOW TO SAVE ON WHOLE FOODS GROCERIES

WELCOME TO WHOLE FOODS 101.  Using these simple tips you are about to save a bundle on your next grocery shopping trip at Whole Foods Market.

TIP #1: Use Whole Foods Market Coupons – Whole Foods Market has it’s own coupons you can print from home or you can clip them from the Whole Deal flyer you can pick-up at the front of your store.

Whole Foods Market Whole Deal

 

TIP #2: Stack a Whole Foods Market Coupon With a Manufacturer’s Coupon- No idea what a coupon stack looks like? Find out How to Stack Whole Foods Market Coupons.

TIP #3 : Buy by the Case – When you buy by the case, you save 10%. This is great for saving on items like protein bars or coconut water. In addition to getting the case discount, you can use coupons to save even more! Take 10% off the price, then apply a coupon to each item (as many as you have) and save even more!

HINT: You may need to special order cases at your Whole Foods. Ask at customer service.

TIP #4 : Shop the Bulk Aisle – The bulk aisle offers savings on many of your whole foods pantry staples items. Here are my tips for tips for buying in bulk and the Whole Foods Bulk Bin Pricing.

TIP #5: Stock up at the One Day Sales – Whole Foods Market has One Day Sales that offer steep discounts on one product. These nationwide sales usually take place on a Friday. These sales are a great time to stock your freezer. Quantities will be limited and often times you must get there early or the stock will be gone.

TIP #6: Bring Your Own Grocery Bags –The savings are only $0.10 per bag, but these savings do add up.

TIP #7: Find Out if Your Store Has a Kids Club – Located at customer service, most Whole Foods Markets have Kids Club offering a small snack for your kiddo while you shop. Let’s face it, you will never save money if you are shopping with a hungry, cranky kid!

Whole Foods Market Kids Club

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  1. I shop at whole foods all the time and I never knew to look for the kids club! I will be looking this weekend. I spend half my time in the store going back to the orange slices just so I can make it through my list. Thanks!

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