Whole Foods to Slash Prices of Hundreds of Items

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Published on April 2, 2019 - Duration: 01:36s

Whole Foods to Slash Prices of Hundreds of Items

Whole Foods to Slash Prices of Hundreds of Items On April 3, price cuts will begin at the Amazon-owned grocery chain.

The number of items affected will be in the hundreds.

Most of them will center around fruits and vegetables.

Since this week's price cuts will be available to those without Prime accounts, shoppers with the special membership will be able to save up to 20% on select items. Prime members can now also get their groceries delivered in two hours.

In a statement, Whole Foods said this week that the number of current deals it offers for Prime will double.

Over 300 deals are expected to be revealed in the coming months.

Besides current users, Amazon is also using Whole Foods to entice new ones.

When making purchases of $20 or more, a free 30-day Prime trial will get you $10 off.

As of 2018, over 100 million people are using Prime and the benefits that come with it.

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