Amazon is giving Prime members a break on Thanksgiving feasts to kick off its new Whole Foods rewards program. On Wednesday, Amazon put out a new list of items due for a price slash on Wednesday, with a focus on holiday dishes and popular buys.

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Prime subscribers are gonna see even steeper discounts on seasonal foods (like turkeys) in a preview of the Prime-based rewards program that the Amazon’s in the process of getting active in hundreds of Whole Foods supermarkets. The chain’s pricing organic turkey at $3.49 per pound for all shoppers, while Prime members will pay just $2.99. …

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