As I mentioned in this post, when you buy $10 worth of groceries at Whole Foods Market and scan your Whole Foods app at checkout, you will automatically received a $10 Amazon credit to spend at Amazon on Prime Day (starts July 16th 2018).
This deal is only available to Amazon Prime members. If you aren’t a member, be sure to take advantage of the Free 30 Day Amazon Prime Trial.
Since I can always use groceries, I decided to hedge my bets that there would be at least one great deal I’d like to take advantage of on Prime Day and I always love to save an extra $10.
So I popped into Whole Foods Market to spend my $10 on dinner and get my $10 credit.
The best deal at Whole Foods Market right now is on chicken. Regularly priced at $7.99/pound, if you are an Amazon Prime member you can get it for just $3.99/pound.
Therefore, I decided to create a simple grilled chicken salad dinner.
Here’s the imperfect scenario I came up with:
Chicken at $3.99/pound (regularly $7.99/lb)
2 Ears corn $1.00
1 bunch green onions $0.69
1 avocado $1.25
1 tomato $1.27 (2.49/lb)
1 bottle Organicville Ranch Dressing $3.49 Sale Price
- Amazon Prime members get another 10% off
1 Organic Girl Salad Box $3.49 Sale Price
- Submit for the $0.75 Ibotta Rebate
- Submit for the $0.25 Ibotta Rebate for submitting a receipt
My grand total was $14.73 after Ibotta Rebate.
This scenario would have worked perfectly – except I couldn’t find a package with just one pound of chicken!
That said, my dinner only cost $4.73 for two southwest chicken salads – and I have leftover dressing, chicken, and green onions PLUS I have a $10 credit in case I want to buy something on Prime Day!
What $10 scenario can you come up with?
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