Kroger eCoupons are loaded directly to your shoppers card just like Cellfire coupons. To get started with Kroger e-Coupons, create an account at Kroger.com. You will need to have your Krogers Plus card number handy.
Kroger has released new eCoupons! As they are sometimes limited in quantity, I recommend saving them to your card now in case they disappear. Please note that the eCoupons all have different dates of expiration, and keep in mind that Kroger digital coupons do not double.
New Kroger eCoupons include:
$1/1 Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing(no longer available)
- $0.50/1 Old El Paso Product
- $1/1 Glad Trash Product
- $1/1 El Monterey Mexican Snacks
- $0.50/1 Kashi Waffles
- $0.60/1 Blue Diamond Oven Roasted Almonds
- $1/1 Weight Watchers Sweet Bakery Items
- $3/1 Urine Elmininator (24 oz.)
- $1/1 BC (24 ct.+)
- $1/1 Caribou Coffee (12 oz.)
- $0.75/1 Delizza Patisserie Product
- $1/1 Balmex Product
- $1/1 SLO-NIACIN Product
- $3/1 Flex-A-Min Product
- $1/1 Compound W Product
- $0.55/1 Black Creek® Cheese Product
- $2/1 AmLactin Lotion & Cream
Renae is the Deal Seeking Mom Store Expert for Kroger. She blogs about balancing work, money saving strategies and motherhood at How to Have It All.
Didn’t see the Hidden Valley Dressing eq. Bummer!
I wrote this list up yesterday and it looks like the coupon is gone now! I will make a note about that. What a bummer!
Tara, can we stack a Kroger e coupon with a
manufacturer’s coupon? TIA!
I think I read somewhere they stopped the stacking of the Ecoup w/MC, but at my Kroger they still do it and I get double the savings. I don’t say anything about it either. I’m wondering if every kroger is different or my kroger just hasn’t caught up yet. Maybe you could try it with one item and check the receipt to see if both coupons are included.
The official Kroger policy says that ecoupons and paper coupons can no longer be stacked. However, some stores still accept both. Check with your store to see what their policy is.