Thanksgiving is nearly upon us and that means Black Friday deals will start popping up any day now.
The move marks another step in Amazon's goal of integrating Whole Foods completely, with Amazon devices already on sale across a number of its stores in the US.
If you want to visit an Amazon pop-up, check out the Whole Foods in Chicago, Illinois or Rochester Hills, Michigan by November 13th. It's not yet known if these deals will also be available online.
Discounts will be applied to some of these products in the week leading up to Black Friday.
The offerings will allow shoppers to demo Amazon devices - including the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Fire TV, Kindle e-readers, Fire tablets and other tech products - before they buy them, and get information about Amazon services and Prime memberships from Amazon staff inside the grocery stores.
At particular Whole Foods Stores, Amazon will set up it's pop up shops during the holiday season.
The supermarket chain has been facing pushback from fellow mall tenants ever since Amazon acquired it. Amazon's rival retailers apparently blocked the placement of Lockers inside the supermarkets and, in at least one case, forced Whole Foods to limit its Echo display to 250 square feet of space. Amazon teases that Alexa is ready to give out some Thanksgiving-themed jokes, too.