Shop at Kroger (& some Kroger family stores) on the weekends and get twice as many gas points!

by on July 31, 2013 in Coupon Alerts,Store Deals & News

Today is the last day that Kroger Central stores are doubling coupons. Tomorrow you will hear a collective moan from all of the couponers that have been taking advantage of that program and saving twice as much on our low-value coupons.


The reality though? We’ll get over it.

When a store changes their policies, we adapt and find new ways to save money!

Kroger has been doing some things to help ease the pain of this transition:

  • lower prices on some products
  • free-product coupon downloads (I’ll share about that tomorrow!)
  • extra gas perks

For the month of August, you can get twice the fuel points if you shop on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday!

Click here to see if your Kroger family store participates.


You have to log into your account and add a digital coupon to your Plus card in order to get the extra points. I missed out on this program during June, but jumped on it for July and was able to save 50 cents a gallon on my last fill up!! That’s the best fuel perk I’ve gotten yet! We got 27 gallons of gas, which translated to a $13.50 savings. NOT BAD!!

I’ve been using the Kroger gas perk program for a while, and I love it!

Here are the basics, but you can also visit the Kroger Fuel Perks page for additional details:

  • If you scan your Kroger Plus card when you shop, you earn points.
  • It’s one point for each dollar, with some exclusions and also some special incentives from time to time that can earn you double, triple and even quadruple points.
  • For every 100 points accumulated during a month, you get 10 cents off per gallon of gas, up to $1.00 off per gallon when you fill up at Kroger.
  • You can get 10 cents off per gallon at Shell stations.
  • You can get the discount during a single transaction of up to 35 gallons.

Double coupons in my region are gone now, but I’m loving the double gas points – even if it means I have to shop on the weekend!

Have you been using this program? How much have you saved? Do tell!


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