5 Ways To Save Money At Whole Foods

If you’re a lover of organic and non-GMO products, Whole Foods is a wonderful place to shop at.

However, even though their products tend to be super natural, organic and clean, they also turn out to be one of the more expensive places to shop at.

If you’re like me, and you care more about the health of your body than saving money by going to a less natural store to shop at, we may be able to help you out by sharing tips on how you can still save some money if you continue to decide to shop at Whole Foods.

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Without further ado, here are 5 tips that could help you save money while shopping at Whole Foods.

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How To Save Money At Whole Foods

1. Pay Attention To Sales

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Often times, Whole Foods will have additional labels on their products showing you’ll receive a discount if you purchase multiple quantities of the same item.

Often times you’ll find an item for $3, having a label on it saying “Purchase 2 for $5.

If you do end up using that product or food quite often, it may be smarter to buy the brand that’s on sale, rather than the more expensive brand.

2. Get Water From The Water Machine Instead of Buying Water

Almost every Whole Foods has a Reverse Osmosis water machine.

For example: One 1.5 Liter (o.3 Gallons) bottle of Fiji water costs on average $2.90.

If you choose to buy water from the water machine (which is more pure and healthier), you are able to purchase 6 Gallons for $2.34.

The price for water varies, but on average is 0.39 cents per gallon, allowing you to easily get 6-7 gallons of water for almost the same price as a Fiji bottle.

The only thing is that you have to bring your own bottle to put the water in.

3. If You Buy A Case Of Something, They Give You 10% Off.

I’m not exactly sure if this goes for every item, but a while back I ended up buying Fiji water a few times.

I noticed that if I would buy a case of Fiji water, they would give me a 10% discount on the entire pack, instead if I were to purchase the bottles separately.

4. Save Money By Subscribing.

Whole Foods often times sends out coupons and deals that you can get if you sign up on their mailing list.

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Ask about any deals

5. Get A Sandwich Card or Juice Card.

Not al Whole Foods stores have this, but often times you’ll be able to get a stamp on your Sandwich card for each sandwich you purchase, allowing you to save up to a time when you receive a discounted or even a free sandwich after purchasing a certain amount of sandwiches.

The same goes for juices.

Ask at your local Whole Foods for more info on this.

Bottom Line

If you’re looking to not spend more money than average on grocery shopping, Whole Foods may not be the store for you.

With that being said, it is a more expensive store, but you should still be able to find good deals that could save you some money.

The bottom line is that Whole Foods in general is know to be a more natural store, carrying more natural products, which in the end is most important considering the food and products we consume and purchase from regular stores which are not natural based, could contain harmful chemicals that could hurt our bodies.

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