While I was working on the Whole Foods matchups earlier today, I had an idea.
I wondered how many people were actually using the Whole Foods coupon booklets from in-store and if that was preventing them from saving more money at Whole Foods.
As soon as those Whole Foods coupon e-mails come out, I print them and save them to a PDF. I know that many of you are confused about coupons and it can be an overload of information and if you're still learning, I'd like to make it easier for you to save.
I usually print all the coupons to a PDF when I get the e-mail from Whole Foods with a link to the coupons. They disappear after awhile, but many are still good long after the books and links are gone. Printing to a PDF also means that I don't have to worry about grabbing a pile of books from the store, either. I can just print what I want from home.
I have created an Issuu account for Coupons for Paleo and will be uploading the PDF's of coupons from Whole Foods and embedding the document into a post. You should be able to download the document and print these coupons from home.
I am not aware of any restrictions on the number of coupons you can use at Whole Foods. As always, please coupon responsibly!
By the way -- for those of you who are new to shopping and couponing at Whole Foods, you’ll want to read Secrets to Saving Big at Whole Foods first.