It’s a sad day for Kroger Midwest shoppers. The store chain has just announced that starting March 1st, 2013 they will NO longer be doubling or tripling coupons. <insert sad face here>
It’s not all bad news however, effective immediately, their focus will now be on lowering prices storewide. (Which didn’t work out so well for JCPenney, but whatevs!) They will also continue to offer Mega Event, $10/10 sales & most of the other promotions that Kroger customers are used to.
Price drops include examples like the following:
- $1.99 Kroger Milk Gallon (limit 4)
- $4.99 Cottonelle Bath Tissue, 12 Double Rolls
- $.99 Broccoli, bunch
The New Kroger Coupon Policy is as follows:
We reserve the right to limit no more than five (5) paper manufacturer coupons for the same product, each coupon value considered (1) coupon in the same transaction.
Limit one (1) manufacturer coupon (paper or digital) per item purchased – redeemed at Face Value
Expired coupons are not accepted
Couponed item will not be sold to dealers
Note: The store manager has the right to accept, decline or limit the use of any coupon.
Internet Coupon Restrictions/PAH Coupons (Print At Home Coupons)
“Free Item” Internet coupons can be accepted if all purchased criteria is met.
Only one (1) internet coupon per item will be accepted.
Only two (2) internet coupons per manufacturer per customer, per day.
Internet coupons that display characteristics below will not be accepted.
Out of proportion
Do not scan properly
Appear to be altered in any way