Kroger Coupon Policy
Kroger Coupon Policy 2013
Not sure what the Kroger Coupon Policy is?
See the details below:
Printable Coupon Policy
- Kroger has a national printable coupon policy as outlined here.
- We can only accept print-at-home coupons if they scan properly at checkout.
- We will generally not accept “FREE product” (no purchase required) print-at-home coupons
- Coupons will be rejected if they appear distorted or blurry, altered in any way, or are obvious duplicates.
- Kroger does not have a standard company wide policy for doubling. You will need to check with the policies with the manager of your local store or you can email Kroger to get your individual coupon policy. Coupon doubling policies vary by region.
- The Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston stores no longer double coupons at all. Also, the Midwest area will stop doubling as well – see details here.
- In most of the other locations, manufacturer coupons of $0.50 or less will be doubled every day. Manufacturer coupons over $.50 will be redeemed for face value.
- In a limited number of stores, coupons valued at $.50-$.99 are doubled to $1.00.
- All Kroger Stores accept Savingstar Coupons. You can add Savingstar Coupons to your card here. Savingstar Coupons do not come off at the register, they are refunded to your account.
- All Kroger Stores accept Cellfire Coupons. You can add Cellfire coupons to your card here.
- Kroger does not permit customers to stack e-coupons with paper manufacturer coupons.
- Customers choosing to participate in the digital coupons are required to have an active online account with a valid, associated shopper card. You can add these coupons to your card here.
- A limit of 150 coupons can be loaded per household at one time
- You can view the entire digital coupon policy here.