(EXPIRED) Get 2 Dozen Roses + $5 Groceries For $15 With Prime & Chase Offers


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This Valentine’s Day, get your loved one two dozen roses and $5.01 of other stuff from Whole Foods for just $15 by stacking a deal meant for Amazon Prime customers and a Chase Offer for Whole Foods.

You can take advantage of this offer even if you don’t have a Prime subscription – here’s how.

Whole Foods Prime Flowers

The Deals

Deal 1: Get two dozen roses at Whole Foods for $19.99 (usually $24.99) with an Amazon Prime coupon (see below). Direct link.

Deal 2: Spend $25 at Whole Foods and get $10 back as a statement credit with a Chase Offer.

Key Terms

Deal 1 (Amazon Prime):

  • Offer valid while supplies last at Whole Foods Market stores 2/7/18 – 2/14/18.
  • Excludes two single dozen roses and the following double-dozen varieties: garden rose, spray rose, and intermediate rose.
  • Discount may only be applied once and to one double-dozen. (this doesn’t appear to be enforced – see why below.)

Deal 2 (Chase Offer):

  • Valid for in-store or online purchase of $25 or more.
  • Not valid on gift card purchases.

Whole Foods Chase Offer

Quick Thoughts

To stack these offers, you’ll need to ensure you spend a total of $25+ at Whole Foods. That means putting an additional $5.01+ of spend on your Chase card where the offer’s loaded.

Bear in mind that there might be sales tax on the flowers. You may therefore not need as much as $5.01 of groceries to ensure you hit the $25 minimum for the Chase Offer.

This deal is targeted at Amazon Prime customers, but the coupon you have to show at Whole Foods appears to be the same for all Prime subscribers. You should therefore be able to show the following coupon on your phone (or print it off beforehand) at checkout even if you don’t have a Prime subscription.

Amazon Prime Flowers Coupon

The terms of the Amazon Prime coupon state that the discount can only be applied once. As it’s a generic coupon though, you can use it more than once in separate transactions (it’d be best to use a different checkout line). That’s helpful if you want to purchase flowers for more than one person.

You’ll only be able to stack it one time with the Chase Offer though, unless you have it loaded to more than one card.

h/t Slick Deals.

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The Whole Foods Chase offer expired in December.

Nick Reyes

As Stephen references below, the expiration depends on when you add it. I still haven’t added the Whole Foods offer referenced here and today it shows an expiration date of 2/28/18 if I add it now. I haven’t added it because I haven’t had plans to be near a Whole Foods — and so it keeps getting extended. That’s affected how I go about Chase Offers. I’ll only add them when I plan to use them.


Where do I find out about the Chase offers?