Kroger Coupon Policy Changes – Be sure to read

   
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Kroger has just released a new Coupon Policy effective October 10, 2011.

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.

NOTE:  This is to help with inventory level for all customers, and to prevent any clearing on the shelves on any one flavor of a product. So, for example- you can still get 10 Gatorades…..but only 5 of one flavor and 5 of another. 

Limit one (1) manufacturer coupon (paper or digital) per item purchased
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.

NOTE:  This is a change – Only two (2) internet coupons per manufacturer per customer, per day.

  • Blurry
  • Out of proportion
  • Do not scan properly
  • Appear to be altered in any way

Doubling (if applicable)
Manufacturer’s Coupons $.50 cents and below will automatically be doubled

NOTE:  Stores will double as they always have and that will be in the ad policy on the front page like it is now. So if your store doubles $.51 – $.99 to $1.00 it will continue too.

Doubling does not apply to the following coupons.

  • Free
  • Kroger
  • Catalina
  • Retail Food Store Coupons
  • Electronic Coupons
  • Items prohibited by law
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