Through March 3, new applicants can receive $ 100 in credit if they spend $ 100 in store at Whole Foods Markets within two months of opening an account. Plus, they have the option to create a Whole Foods card design for their wallet. The ongoing rewards and other features of the card remain the same:
5% back on Amazon and Whole Foods.
2% back in restaurants, gas stations and drug stores.
1% discount on all other purchases.
Usually the chase is issued in relation to a sign-up bonus Visa Signature Card from Amazon Prime Rewards offers Amazon gift cards in different amounts that are given out immediately upon approval. As of February, that amount was $ 70 and this option is still available to applicants who prefer it instead.
If you currently own the card and want to show your love for Whole Foods, you can call and request a replacement card with the new design.
NerdWallet named that Visa Signature Card from Amazon Prime Rewards as one of the best credit cards of 2021. The annual fee is $ 0But to get it, you need to have an Amazon Prime membership, which costs $ 119 annually.
Is that a good bonus offer?
Of the two possible bonus options, the time-limited credit on the Whole Foods account statement is more valuable – but a good deal less flexible. It is probably a better choice if you already shop at Whole Foods, or can easily do so and know you will be spending at least $ 100 there.
It’s not very difficult to do; Whole Foods isn’t exactly a discount store. Even so, you will only get the $ 100 credit if you hit the $ 100 spending threshold. For example, a one-time Whole Foods run worth $ 97 will not trigger a bonus, and online purchases at Whole Foods will not qualify.
If you don’t typically shop at Whole Foods brick-and-mortar stores but are spending a lot of money on Amazon.com, a $ 70 gift card bonus might be a better choice. After all, Amazon sells basically everything – not just groceries – and there is no minimum spend on the gift card. You qualify for it upon approval.
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