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And I’ll remind you of an easy way to get 5% back if you have any 1 of 4 OTHER credit cards!
While I don’t like shopping at Whole Foods (it’s expensive!), sometimes Emily likes it for certain organic products.
I’ll show you how to get your extra cash back!
How to Save an Extra 2% Cash Back at Whole Foods
Step 1 – Register
Go to the promotional page to sign-up. Then log into your AMEX Blue Cash account or call 800-794-1308 and enter code “209190501” to complete your registration.
Step 2 – Shop at Whole Foods
That’s in addition to the cash back you already get at grocery stores.
Here’s how much you can earn with each card:
- Blue Cash Everyday® Card from American Express – 3% cash back at US grocery stores + 2% extra at Whole Foods through February 15, 2015 = 5% total cash back
- Blue Cash Preferred® Card from American Express – 6% cash back at US grocery stores + 2% extra at Whole Foods through February 15, 2015 = 8% total cash back
Keep in mind, you will only earn bonus category cash back at grocery stores on up to $6,000 in spending. Once you meet this limit you will only earn a total of 3% cash back at Whole Foods (1% cash back with AMEX Blue Cash + 2% cash back with the promotion).
To get the extra 2% cash back, register your card online or call 800-794-1308 and enter promotional code “209190501”
Whole Foods is often more expensive than other grocery stores. So this is a great way to save some extra money when you shop there.
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