Kroger stops doubling coupons at another division
Posted May 3, 2014
Another division of Kroger stores will stop doubling coupons as of May 14. Michigan couponers will be sad to know that they are next on the double coupon chopping block. Although this does not affect us directly here in North Carolina, it does give us something to think about as the Kroger pattern of ending double coupons continues. As most of you know, Kroger owns Harris Teeter as of January 2014.
According to an article from CouponsInTheNews.com, Kroger stores in Central Tennessee will be the last man standing when it comes to Kroger double coupons, once the Michigan stores stop offering the promotion in mid-May. In addition to the Kroger Central Tennessee Division, Kroger-owned Harris Teeter, Fry’s and King Soopers also double coupons. Shoppers at these stores are watching the systematic elimination of double coupons by Kroger very closely. Here in North Carolina, Harris Teeter coupon shoppers have been concerned since the first day Kroger announced that they were acquiring Harris Teeter. Although no painful changes have been made to the coupon policy yet, we shall see what happens in the future.
So please share this with all the Michigan shoppers you know and keep your fingers crossed that the Kroger elimination division will not march down to the Harris Teeter home office and strike down double coupons there as well.