The highly anticipated Prime Day is less than a week away, and Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is already rolling out the deals. These deals won’t just be for the expansive online marketplace that Amazon runs, but its recently acquired grocery chain Whole Foods will be offering deals as well.
Whole Foods is offering Prime members a $10 credit to use during the 36-hour Prime Day sale when they spend $10 or more at Whole Foods on July 11 to 17.
Whole Foods is also offering other deals, including doubling the cash back bonus to 10% from 5% for Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardholders on July 14 to 17.
Not to mention, first-time customers of the Prime Now delivery service will get $10 off their first order and an additional $10 off a future order.
There are in-store deals such as 40% off boneless chicken breasts, self-serve cookies and buy-one, get-one-free boxes of Honey Nut Cheerios and Allegro bagged coffee. These deals also begin on July 11 and last until July 17.
Look for Prime Day to kick off on July 16 at 3 p.m. Eastern.
Shares of Amazon were last seen at $1,742.00, with a consensus analyst price target of $1,848.12 and a 52-week range of $931.75 to $1,763.10.