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Amazon devices to be sold at Whole Foods locations around the country
March 23 2018, 01:29 | Alonzo Simpson
Enlarge Image You can now shop for Alexa speakers at your local Whole Foods store. Tyler Lizenby CNET
These pop up shops will interest many potential buyers as they will be able to test and try out the products before actually buying them online on the Amazon website.
Customers can shop for Amazon devices at the Whole Foods Market location in Rochester Hills on November 13. The retail holiday has largely become an online thing as many people choose to skip the cold weather and long lines altogether, but that doesn't mean there won't be deals in physical stores.
The two are teaming up to offer in-store discounts on Amazon devices, including the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Fire TV, and Fire tablets, at over 100 Whole Foods stores.
Discounts will be applied to some of these products in the week leading up to Black Friday.
With Amazon now the owner of the Whole Foods healthy-eating grocery chain, it should come as no surprise that it'd start putting its products on the shelves next to desiccated fruit and quinoa parcels.
Whole Foods grocery stores will be selling tech like the Amazon Echo and Kindle Paperwhite at Black Friday prices this holiday season.
Whole Foods and Amazon said they planned to promote several of the devices at $20 to $30 off, starting Thanksgiving week.