Is says its a digital card. So I guess that means e-gift card, and therefore the redemption is almost instant. Thus, you won't need to wait for a mailed real gift card...fyi all the problems with multiples were always with the real cards...
pennsatuckian said: Gee half off at Whole Foods! Gee that makes it almost a reasonable price on their over-priced crap. Just my humble opinion. If you live in California you can buy 1 cent worth of bulk food and ask for your gift card refund, as required by state law when the balance is under $10. Free money is a great deal!
snoopys4750 said: why I click "click here to redeem online", but the page become "The resource cannot be found." Got the same thing. Looks like Groupon outsourced the GC fulfillment to a third party and their website is down.
It does not let me buy. From the pull-down list I select the state of California. When I submit, I get an error and it says the state is invalid. But it is from their pull-down list, why is it invalid? Plus, it is the correct address and state.
DanoMcGarret said: Thanks OP In for 1! And in CA, can be redeemed for $10 cash!
Dano Technically $9.99. Has to be *under* $10. If you want to be a total jerk you can buy a filler item, get the refund, and then return the filler.
You will often find employees and managers who have no idea what you're talking about. If that's the case, a strongly-worded email to corporate usually does the trick.
So far I've only had one company (Smashburger) ignore me when I told them they're breaking the gift card law. In that case, the California Attorney General's office actually intervened on my behalf (!!) and got them to change their tune (and promise system-wide retraining)
The CA AG seems to have great interest in enforcing this law. Keep complaining. It works!
pennsatuckian said: Gee half off at Whole Foods! Gee that makes it almost a reasonable price on their over-priced crap. Just my humble opinion. That is why all the Whole Foods Market stores in my area are located in uppity zip codes.
That said, is there something at Whole Foods that I can get which is not available elsewhere?
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hkgfnt said: pennsatuckian said: Gee half off at Whole Foods! Gee that makes it almost a reasonable price on their over-priced crap. Just my humble opinion. That is why all the Whole Foods Market stores in my area are located in uppity zip codes.
That said, is there something at Whole Foods that I can get which is not available elsewhere? Their 365 brand often has products that are the same prices or cheaper than alternatives at other stores. Additionally, the beer selection and hot bar are both really good at WF (though the hot bar is kinda expensive). In my area, they have one of the best fresh fish selections and one of the best selections of fresh baked breads, which I often pay the premium for to use as sandwich bread.
$5/10 is a good deal for this kind of stuff. Whole Foods is terribly priced on lots of things like coconut/almond milk and maybe not the best deal if you're using it on one of their $8 organic fair trade chocolate bars. Like most things, WF is simply a tool where you can get some things that are cheap (365 brand baked woven wheat crackers, for example) or very specific (fresh whole chilean sea bass and chinese rice cooking wine, for example) if you know what to shop for and shouldn't be dismissed outright as being too expensive.
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