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Whole Foods Groupon $5 for $10 gift card deal sells 25K+

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People love their Whole Foods, and this “Whole Foods Market Deal of the Day” where you get $5 for a $10 Whole Foods gift card from Groupon is selling like gangbusters on Wednesday, February 26, 2014, shortly after the deal launched and has already made the “What’s Hot” list of URLs on Alexa.com, as witnessed by its popularity.

“Our new search bar makes finding awesome deals even easier. To show you just how easy it is, we have a special $5 for $10 Whole Foods Market deal that's only available when you search,” writes Groupon, directing users to type “Whole Foods Market” in the search bar in order to find the deal.

Here’s hoping the $5 for a $10 Whole Foods Market Digital Gift Card offer doesn’t sell out before tons of people get to buy one through the above affiliate links, because other deals like this have proven to eventually sell out. There have been Groupon Amazon deals and Starbucks gift card deals that are also very popular.

With Whole Food’s organic produce, humanely raised meat, and all-natural products from America's largest natural foods supermarket, it’s no wonder that people who are all over a clean diet are buying up these gift cards in droves.

“On September 20, 1980, the first Whole Foods Market opened its doors in Austin, TX. At the time, there were less than a half dozen natural food supermarkets in the U.S. In the years since, the food world has become a different place, and Whole Foods Market led the way,” writes the website.

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