Kroger Store Hours Coronavirus Kroger Krazy

Kroger has updated their Coronavirus page with new information on store hours. 

Updated Store Hours:

Please see adjusted store hours below. Remaining stores and regions not listed are continuing to operate under normal business hours.

  • Ashland, KY: 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
  • Cincinnati, OH; Dayton, OH; Northern, KY: 7am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)
  • Columbus, OH; Toledo, OH: 7am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)
  • Dallas: Normal operating hours (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 6am – 7:30am, Tuesday & Thursday)
  • Georgia: 8am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)
  • Houston, TX Region: 7am – 10pm
  • Indianapolis, IN; Central IN store locations; Peoria, IL: 7am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)
  • Lexington, KY; Louisville; KY; Southern IN store locations; Southern IL store locations: Most locations open 7am – 9pm daily
  • Michigan: 7am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
  • Middle TN store locations; Knoxville, TN; Huntsville, AL; Bowling Green, KY: 7am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)
  • Southeastern OH (Belpre, Marietta, Proctorville): 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
  • Southern Alabama store locations: 8am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)
  • South Carolina: 8am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)
  • Tri-Cities, TN store locations: 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
  • Virginia: 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)
  • West Virginia: 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)

Baker’s: 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am- 8am, Monday – Thursday)

City Market: 7am – 8pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

Copps: 6am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 6am – 8am, Daily)

Dillons: Most locations open 7am-9pm. Select stores open until 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)

Fry’s Food Stores: 7am –9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 6am – 7am, Monday – Thursday)

Food 4 Less: 8am – 8pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 7:30am, Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

Foods Co: 8am – 8pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 7:30am, Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

Fred Meyer: 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)

Gerbes: Most locations open 7am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)

Harris Teeter: 7am – 8pm

Jay-C Food Stores: Most locations open 7am – 9pm daily (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)

King Soopers: 7am – 8pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday, Wednesday, Friday)

Mariano’s: 6am – 10pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 6am – 8am, Daily)

Metro Market: 6am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 6am – 8am, Daily)

Owen’s Market: 7am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)

Pay-Less Super Markets: 7am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)

Pick ‘N Save: 6am – 9pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 6am – 8am, Daily)

QFC: 8am – 8pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday – Thursday)

Ralphs: Most stores open 7am – 10pm. Select stores open later (Exclusive Shopping for Senior 60 & Older: 7am – 7:30am Daily)

Ruler Foods: Please see daily store hours here

Smith’s Food and Drug: 8am – 8pm (Exclusive Shopping for Seniors 60 & Older: 7am – 8am, Monday, Wednesday, Friday)


Visit the Kroger Coronavirus Update Page for the full statement from Kroger’s CEO. Here is a partial excerpt when I am logged into my Kroger account:

  • Cleaning commonly used areas more often, including cashier stations, self-checkouts, credit card terminals, conveyor belts and food service counters, and cleaning shelves when restocking products.
  • Sanitizing restrooms more frequently and restocking with supplies, including soap, paper towels and hand sanitizer.
  • Adding extra hand sanitizer at cashier stations, food service counters, and all Pharmacy, The Little Clinic and Starbucks locations.
  • Wiping down shopping carts, baskets and equipment.
  • Partnering with our suppliers to replenish high-demand preparedness products.
  • Continuing to provide our customers with free disinfectant wipes at our store entrances to sanitize their shopping carts or baskets.
  • Following best practices for safe food handling, as always.

Again, please check your local store to see if your hours were adjusted. We will update everyone on any further changes as we get information, so stay close and stay healthy!

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Amy

March 26, 202011:22 am

It would be great if the senior hours were actually for seniors. I went on Wednesday and there were quite a few you never than senior age people shopping.

Kris

March 17, 202004:36 pm

FYI.... I'm not sure if this is global change or just for the Southeast. However, the Kroger Coronavirus page is now showing "UPDATED DAILY STORE HOURS: Sunday-Saturday 8AM-9PM".

Kris

March 17, 202004:40 pm

Looks like it's just the Southeast. I found another page with the following breakdown: Please see adjusted store hours below. Remaining stores and regions not listed are continuing to operate under normal business hours. Ashland, KY: 7am – 10pm Cincinnati, OH; Dayton, OH; Northern, KY: 7am – 9pm Columbus, OH; Toledo, OH: 7am – 10pm Georgia: 8am – 9pm Houston, TX Region: Most stores open 7am – 10pm Indianapolis, IN; Central IN store locations; Peoria, IL: 7am – 10pm Lexington, KY; Louisville; KY; Southern IN store locations; Southern IL store locations: 7am – 10pm Michigan: 7am – 10pm Middle TN store locations; Knoxville, TN; Huntsville, AL; Bowling Green, KY: 6am – 10pm Southeastern OH (Belpre, Marietta, Proctorville): 7am – 10pm Southern Alabama store locations: 8am – 9pm South Carolina: 8am – 9pm Tri-Cities, TN store locations: 7am – 10pm Virginia: 7am – 10pm West Virginia: 7am – 10pm

Alejandro rodriguez

March 16, 202002:23 am

Why doesnt kroger and affiliates open one hour earlier for the senior citizens in our community. Selfish people making are most vulnerable suffer.

Shaunn

March 15, 202008:02 am

If these hours make it difficult to shop, please try Clicklist shopping. You can use your paper and e-coupons, select a pickup time (any time within an hour), and do it from the security of your own home. Clicklist shoppers will be taking great care with sanitation, probably better than most of us, and you will be dealing with only one person. ALSO! Order home delivery! It's a bit more restrictive on coupons (the website explains this), but is great for non-perishable items. Kroger offers peace-of-mind shopping. Relax! They know what they're doing! ♥

Patricia Lavenz

March 16, 202001:53 pm

You can not use your coupons with clicklist. When you are out of products that we have a coupon for you substitute it with a higher priced product that doesn't have a coupon. I used to shop clicklist but no more. I tried to get my Friday freebie and then had to pay for the substitution because it was out of stock. I even put in notes about substituting products that had coupons but nobody knows how to read these days so it doesn't work. I ended up paying way more than I had budgeted every time I used clicklist so now I just go in the store and shop. No heart attacks when you see the bill.

Brian Berger

March 14, 202011:26 pm

Smith's are 8 AM to 10 PM. The shelves are bare. No rice or beans, of course, no TP and little water.

Marisela

March 14, 202007:48 pm

This is only for the Kroger stores that are usually open 24 hours.All other Kroger stores still have their regular business hours.

R Stewart

March 14, 202007:30 pm

Kroger stores management you are to be commended with this decision! You are looking out for the safety of the public and your staff! This may be a hard lesson to learn by everyone that businesses need to close at night to refresh the areas and restock with just staff! I worked at Walmart for 13.5 years and when I started we closed at 11pm and reopened at 7am. People were more likely to stay home and children could actually sleep at night and adults weren't out as much. Didn't spend time out getting in to as much trouble! Please to all businesses consider closing again at night! Thanks and stay healthy!

Charline

March 14, 202007:23 pm

What time does pharmacy open

Lucinda

March 14, 202007:20 pm

Great to know you are using extra precautions to keep your customers safe. Thank you so very much!!

Rachel

March 14, 202007:01 pm

This may be a dumb question but is this all the Kroger's or just certain ones I'm from Ohio so I was just wondering thanks.

Deb

March 14, 202007:51 pm

I work for Kroger's (Pick n' Save) in Wisconsin....Nothing was said to us...yet.

Ashley

March 14, 202007:40 pm

My mother works for kroger and they have not said anything about this to there employees. So may not apply to Georgia.

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March 14, 202007:34 pm

Incorrect information. Kroger is leaving the decision to management. https://amp.usatoday.com/amp/5050199002