Best Credit Cards For Whole Foods Stores
A list of the best credit cards for Whole Foods purchases based on your spend, pulled from a database of 250+ cards. Compare the results. Auto updates.
Whole Foods Market is an American supermarket chain that specializes in products that are free from hydrogenated fats and artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives that have presence in North America and the United Kingdom. They typically code as grocery, so most of the best credit cards for grocery/supermarket purchases will apply.
If you have Amazon Prime, the best option will be Amazon's own credit cards. You'll earn 5% back on Whole Foods Market purchases as well as 5% back on Amazon purchases which is top of the line in terms of earning. If you don't have Amazon Prime, you'll still earn a solid 3% return across both categories which is great for a card that has no annual fee.
If you don't want to dabble with Amazon's credit cards, American Express has you covered with both cash back credit cards and Membership Rewards Points credit cards. On the cash back side, the AMEX Blue Cash Preferred and no-annual fee AMEX Blue Cash Everyday provides 6% and 3% cash back on the first $6,000 in supermarket purchases per year. If you're looking to earn points, you can earn up to an unlimited 4.5x Membership Rewards Points with the AMEX Everyday Preferred or a flat 4x Membership Rewards Points with the AMEX Gold which also earns 4x on restaurant/dining purchases.
Lastly, you can earn 2% to 3.5%+ with the Citi ThankYou Plus Card if you're able to squeeze good value out of Citi ThankYou Points by transferring them to Citi's airline partners or with Bank of America's Cash Rewards Card which earns the higher returns if you have money invested with them and their partners.
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