Earn a $10 American Express Statement Credit with Whole Foods

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American Express has teamed up Whole Foods on with their latest Sync promotion to offer customers a $10 statement credit when spending $75 or more at Whole Foods Market  now through September 30, 2014.

Amex Whole Foods

American Express cardholders can enroll in this in the Offers For You section, which you can find by logging into your American Express account online and selecting the Offers For You tab at the bottom of the page. 

There, you’ll be able to see if this Whole Foods Market offer shows up and you can add it to your card by selecting Save Offer. Once saved, the offer will then appear on the My Offers tab which means it has been loaded on to your card. 

If the offer doesn’t show up, you can also enroll from Twitter by tweeting #AmexWholeFoods with you synced American Express card.

Bottom Line

Whole Foods Market can be pricey, but getting a $10 statement credit helps. Thought I’d share for any Whole Foods shoppers!

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