The NKY/Cincinnati/Dayton Division of Kroger is announcing new lower prices and a coupon policy change. Last night we met with Kroger Corporate and we have all of the facts to bring to you directly from Kroger.
Kroger (NKY/Cincinnati/Dayton Division) announces effective February 4, 2013 that they are lowering prices on thousands of items you buy most including groceries, household and health and beauty items. You will find a price decrease in Produce and Natural and Organic products too!
You can look for the new blue shelf tags (pictured above) when you shop. They will show you the new lower prices. In addition they will continue with sale prices and special sale events.
Price drops include examples like the following:
- $1.99 Kroger Milk Gallon (limit 4)
- $4.99 Cottonelle Bath Tissue, 12 Double Rolls
- $.99 Broccoli, bunch
They will continue with:
- Mega Sales
- 10/10 Sales
- 50% off Sales
- Catalina Offers
- Digital Coupons
- Fuel Rewards Program
- Paper Coupons – Both Internet Printable and Paper Insert Coupons at face value
The Coupon Policy Change is that Kroger (NKY/Cincinnati/Dayton Division) which includes 118 stores will no longer DOUBLE coupons up to $1.00. Starting March 1, 2013 paper coupons will continue to be accepted at FACE VALUE. All paper coupons will continue to be excepted (Internet Printable, Coupon Insert Coupons, Blinkies, Tear Pads, Peelies, BOGO and Free Product Coupons). They will no longer double coupons that are $.99 and less to a value of $1.00.
With the announcement of new lower prices and continued sales we are told by Kroger Corporate that it will not effect our bottom line in terms of saving. We did speak to a blogger friend in Houston whose Kroger did the same coupon policy change and lower price commitment and she assures us that she is still able to get great deals and often as low or lower than what we do currently with doubling. So we are hopeful – this is a big change for all of us however we want you to know that we are here for you and working for YOU. We working closely with Kroger Corporate and we will continue too.
We will continue to post our weekly Kroger Matchup with Printable List. We will continue to post advertised deals on Saturday at 9 am and Unadvertised Deals on Monday at 6 pm.
Updated Kroger Coupon Policy:
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 buy 10 Gatorades…..but only 5 of one flavor and 5 of another.
Limit one (1) manufacturer coupon (paper or digital) per item purchased – redeemed at Face Value
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.
- Out of proportion
- Do not scan properly
- Appear to be altered in any way
Ways to save at Kroger:
Bloggers please link to StockpilingMoms.com as this information was disclosed to us via Kroger Corporate.