While it might come as a surprise to hear that Amazon — the king of online shopping — is offering an in-store coupon, we actually speculated that 2017 might be the year that the megaretailer finally decides to offer in-store deals. However, we expected discounted Alexa devices — not savings on the Thanksgiving centerpiece. It turns out that you won't find Amazon's first in-store coupon at one of its many brick-and-mortar bookstores, but rather at its newest acquisition, Whole Foods. Amazon Releases a Coupon That You Can Print Yesterday, Amazon decided to reward Prime members with some pretty serious savings on Whole Foods turkeys when it sent around this printable in-store coupon. To our knowledge, this is Amazon's first printable coupon, an "old school" type of discount that's typically reserved for traditional brick-and-mortar retailers. Many Prime members received a coupon in their email that let them get up to an extra 20% off on their choice of a whole turkey. While organic whole turkeys are $2.99 per pound with the coupon, other whole turkeys are even cheaper, at $1.99 per pound. The page states that the birds are animal welfare–rated and raised without antibiotics. The coupon is good through November 26. Click here and scroll down to the see the scannable bar code and fine print. Can We Expect More In-Store Deals in the Future? While it might depend on the popularity of this promotion, it seems extremely likely that Amazon will offer Prime members additional Whole Foods discounts in the future. Increasingly, a Prime membership is feeling more like a shopping club membership rather than a 2-day shipping service. Since its acquisition of Whole Foods, the online retailer has been leveraging it as a way to persuade shoppers to spend more. Amazon slashed prices on items at Whole Foods before the ink on the deal was dry, and the seller also recently announced that customers could return items to select Whole Foods stores. But it's a particularly interesting move to see Amazon take its tentpole service and extend the benefits to an in-store, grocery-shopping experience. Increasingly, a Prime membership is feeling more like a shopping club membership rather than a 2-day shipping service. Readers, will you be buying a cheaper turkey at Whole Foods thanks to your Prime membership? Do you shop more at Whole Foods since Amazon purchased it? Let us know in the comments below! Related DealNews Blog Posts: Amazon Black Friday Ad Analysis: You Won't Believe How Cheap This 32" TV Will Be 'Leaked' Black Friday Ads Aren't Leaked, but You Should Still Read Them These Are the Top Black Friday Freebies to Look For This Year!