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Old 05-06-2011, 07:28 AM
 
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I asked Customer service @ krogers on getwell southaven ms what was there double coupon policy. One person said we only double 50 cents and she was new so I asked cashier she said the only doube 55 cent coupons. I said not up to .55 cents "just 55 cent coupons" she said yes so I reposed the question to be sure I unbderstood so if I have a 35 cent coupon it will not double she replied correct on those coupons that have 55 cents. Is that right usually it is up to an amount.
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Old 05-06-2011, 07:48 AM
 
Location: Columbia, SC
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I asked Customer service @ krogers on getwell southaven ms what was there double coupon policy. One person said we only double 50 cents and she was new so I asked cashier she said the only doube 55 cent coupons. I said not up to .55 cents "just 55 cent coupons" she said yes so I reposed the question to be sure I unbderstood so if I have a 35 cent coupon it will not double she replied correct on those coupons that have 55 cents. Is that right usually it is up to an amount.
Think it varies region to region, but at least here they double up to and including $.50...have never heard of any store ONLY doubling $.55 coupons.
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Old 05-06-2011, 11:44 AM
 
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I hadn't either and though it just sounded out we only double "55 cents coupons" - there isn't many of those that I've seen now doubling up to and including 55 cents makes sense to me. I'm going to call Mgr maybe I will the correct person on phone.
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Old 05-06-2011, 04:37 PM
 
Location: Ohio
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In Cincinnati, where Kroger is headquartered, the grocery store policy is to double coupons until they reach a $1 amount total.
If you have a 35 cent coupon you get 70 cents off. If you have a 50 cent coupon you have $1 off. If you have a 55 cent coupon, or 75 cent, or anything else above 50 cents, you will get $1 total off.
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