Using store coupons can save you big! But every major grocery store has different policies about coupons. So what is the coupon policy at Kroger? See some of the highlights below.
General Coupons Policy
• Kroger is in the process of drafting an official coupon policy. Check the company’s Website for updates or discuss the policies with the manager of your local store.
Double Coupons Policy
• Coupon doubling policies vary by region. For example, the Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Northern Kentucky, Cinncinnati, Dayton, West Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas, Southern Missouri and Southwest Kentucky no longer double coupons at all.
• In most of the other locations, manufacturer coupons of $0.50 or less will be doubled every day. Manufacturer coupons of $0.51-$1.00 will be redeemed for $1.00 and manufacturer coupons over $1.00 will be redeemed at face value.
Stacking Coupons Policy
• Limit one (1) manufacturer coupon per item.
• Kroger no longer permits customers to stack e-coupons with paper manufacturer coupons.
Competitor Coupons Policy
• Kroger does not accept any competitor coupons for grocery items.
• Kroger accepts competitor coupons only for prescriptions in the pharmacy department (for example, a $5 Rite Aid gift card for a transferred prescription).
Digital Coupons Policy (loaded to your Kroger Plus Card)
• Customers choosing to participate in the digital coupons are required to have an active online account with a valid, associated shopper card.
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