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Welcome Spring Savings with The Whole Deal

Hooray for Spring! It’s the time of year when most of us feel the urge for fresh and new, from spring cleaning to new ideas for honoring Mother Earth (Earth Day is April 22nd). In the March/April issue of The Whole Deal value guide we're sowing the seeds of fresh, clean and green so you can reap the value. Overflowing with spring savings, this issue of The Whole Deal value guide has $45+ in coupons online and in the in-store print guide. Plus, you can count on even more value with 12 new Sure Deals, nine fresh recipes, five simple skillet dinners and a weeklong budget meal plan for four. Designed to make bargains easy to spot, The Whole Deal will have you saving on Spring, entertaining with eggcellence, sharing unleavened with levity and enjoying Earth Month with ease! Coupons – Make your meals work for you, your family and your finances with over $45 in clickable, clip-able coupons. Print the coupons you want, when you want. Sure Deals! - From St. Patrick’s Day to Earth Month to Easter, Spring is loaded with opportunities for saving green and going green on these high-quality products where you get more of the good stuff for less than you think. Three Under $3 - At $2.99 or less, our selection of three products under $3 is a great way to fill your pantry without emptying your pocketbook. Weekly Meal Planner - Spring can be a busy time but with a little planning, you can easily prepare a week of budget-friendly and family-friendly meals and even have leftovers for lunch. Here’s a plan for a week of easy-to-prepare meals for four and our guide to quick and simple skillet dinners. Budget-Friendly Recipes - Want to cook on a dime? Well, it might take a bit more than that but these budget-happy recipes will help you save quite a few nickels and prepare delicious and satisfying meals at home. Just right for Spring celebrations, try these easy to prepare, delicious and affordable recipes. Pick up the March/April issue of The Whole Deal in-store value guide for more good “cents” ideas and budget-friendly tips that will keep a spring in your step and money in your pocket!  

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Scott says …

Hi - How do I get added to your Whole Deal emailing list? Assuming it is delivered in that fashion - would love to save trees and gas by having it zapped directly to me :) The same goes for your bi-weekly sales ads. I never get them unless I am at your store, so your sales don't encourage me to come into the store and spend more money :) Please advise. Thanks much & happy spring, Scott

Bepkom says …

@Scott: Unfortunately we don't have an email version of the Whole Deal. That said, you can sign up to receive our weekly newsletters by clicking here: http://www.wholefoodsmarket.com/newsletters/ Also, you can find the weekly sales ad on the home page of your local store. You can find a full list of our stores here: http://wholefoodsmarket.com/stores/all/

Cindy says …

Hi I'm very confused regarding your coupon policy. I've read that some stores will stack store coupons with manufacturer coupons. But I called the Laguna Beach, Huntington Beach and Tustin, CA stores and no one seemed to know the answer. Can you please tell me what your coupon policy is for your southern California stores

Bepkom says …

@Cindy: We don't have a company-wide policy for coupons. We leave that for the stores to determine what works best for them. Please ask to speak with a member of the Guest Service leadership team at the store where you shop....they'll be able to tell you their policy. Thanks!