Forgot Cranberry Sauce? Whole Foods Delivers on Thanksgiving

Nov 8, 2018

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Just in case you forget the stuffing on Thanksgiving Day (…how?!), Amazon has you covered with same-day Whole Foods delivery.

The company recently announced that it will be offering day-of deliveries to Amazon Prime Now shoppers during the holiday, and some may arrive at your doorstep in as little as an hour. This is great news if you’re looking to avoid the chaos and crowds or if you forget something as crucial as the stuffing or sweet potatoes (the horror!).

Better yet, “for customers in select cities, you can even get beer, wine or liquor delivered right to your door for when you need a little something extra to get you through those family get-togethers!” Message received, Amazon. Just be sure to order your food and drinks by 2pm, and you’ll be good to go.

Don’t forget to use a card that earns you bonus points at US supermarkets, such as the American Express® Gold Card (4x on the first $25,000 spent each year; then 1x), Amex EveryDay® Preferred Card from American Express (3x on the first $6,000 per year plus a 50% bonus after 30 transactions in a billing period) and the Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card (5% cash back at Whole Foods).

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Gobble gobble.

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