Amazon Prime members with the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Card now earn cash back every time they shop at Whole Foods. The card also gives Prime members cash back at restaurants, drugstores, and, among others. 

By Grace Elkus
February 20, 2018
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Amazon is making it even easier to save big on groceries. In partnership with Chase bank, the company announced on Tuesday, Feb. 20 that Amazon Prime members who are Amazon Prime Rewards Visa cardholders will receive 5 percent cash back when they shop at Whole Foods.

In January, Amazon and Chase launched the rewards card, which also gives Prime members 5 percent cash back on all purchases, 2 percent cash back at restaurants, gas stations, and drugstores, and 1 percent cash back on all other purchases. There is no cap on the rewards, and they never expire. You can check your rewards balance at checkout, and use your rewards to pay for part or all of your Amazon purchase. 

Non-Prime members receive a modified version when they shop with the Amazon Rewards Visa Signature Card—3 percent cash back at Whole Foods and Amazon purchases, 2 percent back at restaurants, and 1 percent back on other purchases.

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The company shows no signs of slowing down when it comes to building the perks of a Prime membership. Earlier this month, Amazon announced they will now deliver Whole Foods groceries to Prime members within one hour, and they even offered 2-hour free delivery on flowers for Valentine's Day