Make sure you’re being credited correctly before paying. You’re supposed to get 10% EVERYTHING before any coupons are applied (and it stacks with all digital coupons on your store card). On my order, the discount on a $2 item was missed when I clicked done/checkout. Then I added another/different $2 item at the last moment, and my total was updated to include the charge for this item and a coupon on this item, but the 10% off was not added for it. The CSR at self-checkout would have added a courtesy credit if I asked, but she was busy and it was only $0.40 so I let it go.
@MISTERCHEAP I don’t think that this is a freebie. It looks like you pay $4.49 each item (which is normally $5.99, but is on sale for $4.99).
Also, there is a $5 fee for Click List/pick-up orders (waived on your first 3 orders). The fee wouldn’t be bad, IMHO, if this were a 5x freebie though (ETA: especially since there are some other good Click List coupons right now).
Sort of OT, but If you want to be eligible for both CO51 and S* you need to use different email addresses. My RA email addresses are all linked to S* accts and I use a different email address for CO51. Since CO51 requires uploading receipt it doesn’t matter which RA/S* acct you use. If you use the same email address for S* and CO51 then overlapping offers won’t appear on CO51.
e.g. Cerave baby ointment is on clearance at RA for $3.24 - $2 ip. Earn $2 S* and $2 CO51 (L1). The CO51 offer has been resetting each week so each week I buy another Cerave on a different RA acct, get another $2 S* and another $2 CO51.
e.g. Love Beauty & Planet on clearance at RA for $2.34 - $2 L2c get $2 S* and $2 CO51. Wait a week and buy it again on a different RA acct. This product is harder to find than Cerave.
“Download the latest version of the Whole Foods Market app, sign in with your Amazon account, then scan the QR code in the app at the register. Or, provide the verified mobile phone number associated with your account at checkout.”
You can download the app from Amazon, Google Play, or the Apple Store here.
I’ve never paid attention to account balance as much as to whether or not I get the veggie deals for the month. I earn $10-$15 from S* ea month but if you don’t do it in 6 transactions then no veggies. I think it’s 6…
I noticed they offered to let me pay with my Membership Rewards points several days ago. I also noticed the exchange is not 1:1. Each Membership Rewards point is worth less than a cent. I forgot the exact rate though.
I was at Rite Aid today and my total due was $1.40 and at the register it asked me if I wanted to redeem 200 Am Ex Membership Rewards points to pay for the purchase or not. So it looks like for every 100 Membership Rewards points it gives you 70 cents of buying power at RIte Aid.