September 13, 2010

Whole Foods Find Your Inner Frugalista Giveaway


I used to be like many other and jokingly referred to Whole Foods as whole paycheck. That was until I challenged my inner frugalista to find ways to incorporate the organic and natural foods that Whole Foods Market is known for.

I’ve talked about how you can use coupons and match them to what’s on sale so you can find deals at Whole Foods. Take advantage of the  in-store and online Whole Deal newsletter to find coupons, budget friendly recipes and items that are on sale. It takes a little work, but you can add organic foods to your weekly grocery haul and not break the budget.

Giveaway Info:

I believe you can do this and my friends at Whole Foods want you to channel your inner frugalista! Check out the printable coupons and plan your shopping trip. You too could be saving money at Whole Foods! Whole Foods will give ONE (1) of my readers a $10 gift card so you can test out your ninja budget saving skills!

How To Enter:

Leave a comment telling me how you think you’ll save while shopping at Whole Foods. It’s that easy! If you don’t already follow me on Twitter, it would be awesome if you would but it won’t get you an extra entry. Just random acts of fabulosity from yours truly! If you’re so inclined you can subscribe to my blog in a reader and get a daily dose of me delivered right to you, but again this is a one entry contest so the prize for this one is me appearing magically on your computer.

Entries are open until 11:59pm PST on 9/18/10. Winner will be notified by email so please make sure you use a valid email address. I will use to select the winner. One entry per person. Duplicate entries will be deleted prior to selecting the winner.

Disclosure: I received a $10 Gift Card from Whole Foods to use for a prior shopping trip. I was not required to say anything specific about the store. These words represent my opinion and my feelings about Whole Foods. Whole Foods will send ONE (1) reader a $10 gift card.



Kim Piter September 13, 2010 at 7:52 am

Yeah! I’m the first to wanna win! I find that I can save a Whole Foods Markets by buying their 365 Everyday Value products. They have plenty of them and I know that I’m getting a really great product. I have never had to return the item back to the store! I can’t say that about their competitors. Also, when shopping, I look for their special sales and stock up. I can’t pass up a good thing. I love when they have samples for you to try. I usually will buy the products. Also, I appreciate when I ask for help in selecting wine, someone knowledgeable is able to help me. I’ll have to check out their on line newsletter as you mentioned above to see if I can save even more~

Jessie C. September 13, 2010 at 9:02 am

My Whole Foods takes both store and manufacturer’s coupons, so I can max the saving by using both.

Jennifer Sikora September 13, 2010 at 10:49 am

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Kate, aka guavalicious September 13, 2010 at 12:37 pm

I love Whole Foods! We stock up every time we are visiting family. I love to save by buying in bulk. They have fantastic case discounts on EVERYTHING.

Mara ~ Kosher on a Budget September 13, 2010 at 1:21 pm

I love WF and have been able to get some great deals combining their case discount with store coupons with manu coupons. My favorite deal was last year, when they had Celestial Seasonings Teas for sale for $1 and a $1 Q in the Whole Deal. I stocked up for teacher’s gifts at the end of the year!

Robyn September 13, 2010 at 6:13 pm

I LOVE Whole Foods. I can spend hours there without missing a beat.

Thanks so much for joining in on Mingle Monday.

V Demetros September 13, 2010 at 10:26 pm

I love Whole Foods and was surprised to find that my fave Quorn products are actually cheaper there than other stores, as well as my fave GF products. I’m there every week now!

Selena September 17, 2010 at 6:48 pm

I save the most money when I stick to the sales only. I went in there just to browse today but ended up spending $55 and nearly everything was on sale. It felt fabulous.

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