Monday, May 16, 2011

Kroger Coupon Policy

Kroger's coupon policy has been pretty hard to track down, but I will provide the basics. You can access Kroger's print-at-home coupon policy here.

The Kroger Policy is pretty basic, it is as follows:

Buy One Get One (BOGO)
  • Each item rings up as half price and coupons can be applied to each item. You do not have to buy two items to get the deal.
Competitor's Coupons
  • Kroger does not accept them.
Coupon Doubling
  • Kroger doubles coupons up to $0.50 in the southeast.
  • In Ohio, Kroger doubles coupons up to $0.50, and any coupons from $0.51 to $1 are doubled up to $1.
Make sure you have a Kroger Plus Card, you do not get the advertised price and coupons won't double without it. Also register your card online in order to receive valuable mailed coupons from Kroger and to load eCoupons to your card. eCoupons are available on the website among other sites and are able to be loaded onto your card and used automatically when your card is scanned at checkout. These eCoupons do not double and cannot be combined with a paper coupon.

There are other websites that offer eCoupons that you can load to your shopper's card that do not necessarily follow the above guidelines. More about that later.

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