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Vitacost vs Whole Foods – Which Has The Better Prices?

Which Has the Better Prices - Whole Foods or Vitacost?

With all of the natural and organic online sites available, it’s hard to know if shopping online creates a better deal than shopping at a traditional bricks and mortar store.

Which Has The Better Prices – Whole Foods or Vitacost

I bought the exact same items at both Whole Foods and Vitacost. I hope by showing you the comparison, you are able to determine what is better way to shop for your family.

Items purchased:

Total Whole Foods With Tax: $98.86
Total Vitacost With Tax & Shipping: $93.35

Savings of 5.5% (plus I didn’t have to go to the store).


(And honestly, I didn’t even discuss how much you can save on supplements at Vitacost…that may have to be another post.)

In addition, Vitacost offers a Set & Save Program where you will receive an additional 10% of your locked-in lowest price, which can help you save even more. And shipping is FREE with a $49 or more purchase.

Plus if you are new to Vitacost, you can take $10 off your first $30 purchase when you use this link. It allows you try them out and save even more money.

In the end, determining which store to shop at comes down to three things:

I’m a big proponent of shopping online, because in my opinion I get all three. I save time, save expense on my car and save money when I know my prices and shop smart. Also, I tend to not overbuy when I shop online…less impulse buying than at a brick and mortar store.

Take a look around Vitacost and see if you are able get better bargains with your shopping list than Whole Foods.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored conversation on behalf of Vitacost. While compensated, the written remarks are entirely my own, as well as my love of online shopping. Want more information – check out my full disclosure statement.