As most people know by now, Amazon acquired Whole Foods Market for $13.7 billion in mid-2016. Checkout lanes were cluttered with Dots and Echos leading up to the holidays and the quality and selection of groceries on Prime and Prime Now got a whole lot better.
But Amazon has not dropped prices for their most popular organic products to any meaningful degree, and Whole Foods is still ranged as the most expensive grocery store in the country.
I'm going to show you an easy way to save 20% or more on all groceries you buy at Whole Foods, Albertsons, Safeway, and half-a-dozen other grocery stores using discount Amazon Gift Cards purchased on Redeeem so eating healthy doesn't have to cost a small fortune. The entire process should take less than 24 hours if you have Amazon Prime and some familiarity with bitcoin.
1. Buy Redeeem Credits
Convert over 20 different cryptocurrencies to Redeeem Credits at 0% fee using a popular wallet like Abra or a bitcoin exchange like Coinbase. Read our article on the top places to buy bitcoin or start a chat with our support.
2. Buy Amazon Gift Cards
Claim gift cards from Amazon at 20% discount or higher using your store credits, and save them to your Amazon account. Review the seller's trust ratings and quality score to make sure no fraud has been reported on their gift cards.
3. Buy Grocery Gift Cards
All these gift cards are available on Amazon, can be purchased with gift card credits and are available on Free 1-Day Prime delivery.
Keep in mind, some grocery chains like Albertsons have many brands under their umbrella such as Vons, Safeway, Pavillions, ACME and Lucky, and most of them accept Albertsons Gift Cards.
Whole Foods and other grocery stores can still scan a barcode image at the register if you enter the PIN code manually. However, we recommend buying the physical gift cards instead of the e-codes, as they are easier to spend in the stores and Amazon has been known to flag excessive e-code to gift card purchases.
For any questions about this process, please contact our support team and we'd be happy to help. Happy savings!