UPDATE as of May 2014, Kroger has FINALLY released a corporate-wide coupon policy that IS available to print from their website HERE.
While this policy DOES address some of the things we run into when using coupons, there are MANY many scenarios that are not covered (bogo coupons/sales, coupon overage, etc.), so in that case – it is up to the individual managers to set their own policy. Hopefully that’s in your favor.
Store Management has the right to accept, decline or limit the use of ANY coupon(s). Store Management has the right to limit the quantity of coupons and/or items purchased in a single transaction, by a single Customer, or in a single day.
Coupons will be limited to no more than five (5) paper manufacturer coupons for the like products, each coupon value considered one (1) coupon in the same transaction.
Coupons will be limited to redemption from products currently on-hand at the store location.
Limit one (1) manufacturer coupon (paper or digital) per item purchased.
All coupons will be accepted at face value.
Expired coupons will not be accepted.
Only Pharmacy competitor coupons will be accepted.
Couponed items will not be sold to vendors.
Internet Coupon Restrictions/PAH Coupons:
o “Free item” Internet coupons can be accepted if all purchase criteria is met.
o Only one Internet coupon per item will be accepted.
o In some instances, Internet coupons may be limited to two (2) coupons per Customer in a single day.
Internet coupons that display characteristics below will not be accepted:
o Out of proportion
o Do not scan properly
o Appear to be altered in any way
View the Kroger Coupon Policy online.