I was invited to a meeting last night with Kroger and couldn’t make it since our oldest had a basketball game. It was a bad meeting to miss, unfortunately.
Kroger has announced that effective March 1, 2013, they will end double coupons in the Dayton and Cincinnati markets. However, to offset this bad news, they will reduce prices on 3,500 items in the store to help everyone continue to save. An example of this will be milk at $1.99 everyday. Other items, including many produce prices, will drop as well.
So, what do I really think of this?
It stinks. While my couponing efforts has dropped drastically since the Extremely Couponing Reality Show aired, I still use coupons and want them to double.
You can still save. You will save 50% less if you used coupons. I feel like now it’s going to be even more important for you to follow Savings Lifestyle since we will help you maximize every trip using coupons, cash back incentives, promotions, unadvertised deals, Catalina promotions and other deals.
We will continue to share the weekly Kroger sales and coupon matches to help you save. I have more brewing in my head on this, but wanted to get this out for you now.
COMMENT and share your thoughts. What do you think of Kroger’s coupon redemption change?
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