Whole Foods Market Coupon Policy & Frequently Asked Questions
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Whole Foods Market a great place to find all-natural, organic, gluten-free, and healthier foods. You can often find some unique, great tasting snacks and hard-to-find healthy foods, condiments, and spices.
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Whole Food Sales
Whole Foods sales start on Wednesday and end on the following Thursday, which means there are always double sale items if you shop on Wednesday. Many of the Whole Foods deals and coupon matchups provided on In Good Cents use their standard prices. As usual, prices may vary slightly by location, but are typically comparable.
Whole Foods does release a monthly pamphlet called the Whole Deal Magazine which includes coupons. Deals at Whole Foods may last longer than 1 week, so some deals may look familiar each week.
Whole Food Coupon Policy
The Whole Foods coupon policy is not available online to print or view. Whole Food’s coupon policy does vary by location, so please ask your local store about their policy.
Whole Foods accepts manufacturer coupons, valid and/or verifiable printable coupons, and Whole Food store coupons. They do not accept competitor coupons, nor do they double or triple coupons.
Most stores do allow you to stack a store coupon with a manufacturer coupon to maximize savings, but check with your local store, since this varies by location.
Bring a reusable bag for $0.10 your bill for every bag you use.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How many are in a case?
A: Look at the numbers on the UPC Bar Code on the shelf below the product. There will be one or two number ranging from 5-20 that is all by itself, next to the individual serving size number. This is the number of products you have to purchase to equal a full case for your 10% discount. Always tell your cashier you purchased a case to get your discount.
I recommend considering buying bulk non-perishable items that you often purchase and staples like baking supplies, spices. In addition, this is a great way to save on items you can’t typically find a coupon or bargain for.
Keep in mind, that honoring case discounts may vary by location.
Q: I have trouble getting Whole Foods to accept my coupons. Any advice?
A: While they are learning and trying, Whole Foods is not yet the most coupon-savvy store. My advice is to be friendly to the cashiers and managers. Building a good loyal relationship is usually the best way to save money. If you do have issues, don’t hesitate to contact headquarters for assistance.