If you live in the US then you probably have a Kroger, Dillons, Fred Meyer, Fry’s, Ralphs, QFC or one of over a dozen other brands they currently operate. Visit the Kroger Company’s website to learn more. They are second in sale to Walmart as America’s largest retailers with nearly $100 Billion a year in sales.
I live in Michigan so the brand is Kroger and in Metro Detroit they’re offering Double Coupons, upto 50 cents, but I’ve read they stopped double coupons in Cincinnati earlier in 2013. In order to take advantage of Kroger’s sale prices you must possess and scan a Kroger Plus shoppers card.
Digital Coupons Policy
Customers choosing to participate in the digital coupons are required to have an active online account with a valid, associate shopper card. Kroger employees should check with their store manager for rules.
A valid shopper card or an alternate ID is required for the use of digital coupons at the time of purchase.
Digital coupons and offers are deducted from a customer purchase prior to paper coupons or any other discounts and cannot be added back or removed once card has been scanned.
There is a limit of 1 use per digital coupon per transaction
Digital offers cannot be combined with manufacturer paper coupons on the purchase of a single item
Digital offers do not double
A limit of 150 coupons can be loaded per household at one time
Digital reproductions of offers will not be accepted (such as using a mobile application to reproduce an image of an offer/coupon)
The store manager has the right to accept, decline, or limit the use of ANY digital coupon or offer. So if you don’t like your manager’s ruling, you’ll have to try another store.
We’re still looking for a paper coupon policy, which we’ll publish when we find it.