Kroger Coupon Policy
The Kroger Coupon policy is to accept paper and digital coupons. Paper manufacturer’s coupons cannot be combined with paper coupons, and these coupons do not double. The store manager can decide to accept, reject or restrict the use of digital coupon offers.
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Kroger digital coupons
Kroger offers a variety of digital coupons that offer discounts on groceries, without the need for a printer. To “load” digital coupons, you’ll need to create an account through Kroger’s mobile app, then add your Shopper’s Card number to the account. If you don’t have a shopper’s card, you can create one online. Most offers can only be loaded once per household.
Digital coupons are similar to printable coupons in that they have various start and stop dates. You’ll want to check digital offers regularly to get the best deals. Once a coupon has expired, it’ll be moved to the “Expired Coupons” section of the coupon page within your account.
To view available digital coupons, first log into your account, then go to the “Save” area, then navigate over to the “Digital Coupons” page. From there, you can see available coupons. You can choose which ones you’d like to load onto your shopping card. Coupon offers are linked to your Shopper’s Card as soon as you load them.
After checking out and purchasing your groceries, you’ll be able to see your savings on your Kroger receipt. Digital coupons are denoted as “ecpn” (think “electronic coupon”) on your receipt.
You can boost your savings by using coupons on items that are already for sale. So if an item is regularly $2.99 and is on sale for $2.49, and you have a $1 off coupon, you can use it against the sale price and pick up the item for just $1.49. Look at our coupon gallery for a list of current printable coupons.
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