Kroger: Mid-Atlantic Region Ending Double Coupons

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Kroger: Mid-Atlantic Region Ending Double Coupons

Kroger: Mid-Atlantic Region Ending Double Coupons

Effective May 12, 2013 Kroger’s Mid-Atlantic Region, which includes North Carolina, Virginia, parts of Tennessee, West Virginia, and Kentucky will NO longer be doubling coupons. On a positive note, Kroger will still accept manufacturers coupons and is announcing new lower prices through the store in this region. To our readers in the Mid-Atlantic Region, please let us know if you notice the lower prices and if you will continue to shop at Kroger even with this change in policy.

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One Response to “Kroger: Mid-Atlantic Region Ending Double Coupons”

  1. Anonymous on

    They did this awhile ago in the Cinncinatti region. I have noticed some lower prices. When I check the Columbus region ads (which are still doubling) I noticed some prices lower and some higher. I am on the border of the two regions so I have stores in each region that are the same distance from me. But the difference the double coupons made did not make it worth it to make an extra trip to the Columbus region store. Just my take.