Not allare online: Turns out the company has actual physical stores as well. And if you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber, you have one last chance to score some free money — after a fashion — by stepping foot into those storefronts.
Visit your local Whole Foods today, for example, and spend at least $10, making sure to scan your Prime code at checkout. You’ll(which ends tonight at 11:59 p.m. PT). This works if you’re ordering online from Whole Foods as well.
This isn’t your only option. In fact, Amazon will let you earn as much as $50 to spend on Prime Day — one $10 credit at a time. Here are your other potential destinations:
While we’re on the subject of “free money,” if you sign up for an, you’ll get a $100 Amazon gift card. The no-annual-fee Visa also pays you 5% back on just about everything you buy from Amazon (and Whole Foods).
To learn more, check out Amazon’s Spend $10, Get $10 blog post.
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