Kroger Coupons

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Kroger Coupons

Kroger Home Mailers

Kroger sends different home mailers that include coupons. You may find ads within your junk mail, coupon booklets in the mail, or if you’re lucky, the Kroger My Magazine coupon booklet.  Kroger mails these home mailers at random.  Unfortunately, there is no way, at this time, to get on their mailing list.

If you do get Kroger home mailers, make sure to pay attention.  Many coupons within them may have the Kroger logo on them, but say “Manufacturer Coupon”.  This means, you must use it as a manufacturer coupon and may not stack (use) it with other manufacturer coupons.

Kroger Stores

You may find Kroger store coupons in stores.  Keep your eyes peeled in the aisles within Kroger and at checkout to see if any Kroger store coupons are available.

Kroger Digital Coupons

Most of the coupons on Kroger’s website are manufacturer coupons, but you’ll sometimes find a Kroger-brand coupon within the mix that is a Kroger store coupon.  Kroger uses a service that streams digital coupons from various sources around the web into one spot on their site and mixed them with a few exclusive coupons.  For that reason, if you add a digital coupon to your Kroger Plus Card on Cellfire, you’ll see that the same coupon is marked as “already loaded” on Kroger’s website.

Please keep in mind, Kroger’s Digital Coupon Policy prohibits stacking any digital coupon with other coupons regardless of if they are store or manufacturer coupons.

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Manufacturer Coupons

Kroger accepts all types of manufacturer coupons, including printable coupons and digital coupons.

Digital Coupon Deposits

Kroger accepts coupons from SavingStar and UPromise.  These differ from regular manufacturer coupons.  Because they work more like a rebate, you can stack (use) them with manufacturer or store coupons.

Catalina Coupons

Kroger also offers Catalina Coupons, also known as YourBucks offers.  To receive Catalina Coupons, you must purchase specific product(s) or spend a minimum amount.  Your Catalina Coupon will print at the cash register upon check out and will be valid on your next shopping trip.  Catalina Coupons may be valid on specific products or your entire purchase.  Most Catalina Coupons are manufacturer coupons, but you may receive a Kroger store coupon.

You can find out about current Catalina Coupons in the Kroger ad and in store.  You may also find Catalina Coupons on The Coupon Network under YourBucks offers.  Look at the “participating store” to make sure Kroger is participating.  If no stores are mentioned, then all Catalina Coupon participating stores are participating.

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1 susan Goff December 2, 2011 at 10:57 AM

What coupons from other store ads will Kroger accept?

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2 Beth December 2, 2011 at 11:29 AM

Susan, I actually have a Kroger Coupons page that you can check out with different coupons Kroger accepts. That should help you out and the Kroger Coupon Policy.

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3 Melissa R Wheeler January 9, 2012 at 12:02 AM

I need the official Kroger’s Coupon Policy. This only talks about digitable and printable and store issued cpns. What about the good old fashion Paper cpn? I am having issues with our local store.
#1 THey say that “ON the Krogers website” it says we are limited to 3 of a like coupon per transaction
#2 that we can not use a coupon on a clearance, manager special or sale out item….

I need to know where i can print out thier official policy please help

Melissa

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4 Beth January 9, 2012 at 11:26 AM

Melissa, did you read the Kroger Coupon Policy page? Keep in mind, the Kroger Coupon Policy varies by region and store. Managers have the right to adjust policies to their own needs. The one listed is for the Central Kroger Area. You may need to email them through their website to find out about a policy in another area.

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