June 5, 2009

Kroger: New eCoupon Site to Help You Save & Help Local Foodbanks



By now, you may have seen that Kroger has launched a new eCoupon site, Bringing Hope to the Table. You can register your Kroger card (or loyalty card for these stores: Ralphs, King Soopers, Fry's, Smith's, Dillons, QFC, JayC, and City Market) and then download the eCoupons directly to your shoppers card.

What's unique about this eCoupon site is the mission: Kroger is pledging to donate $4 million dollars to local food banks, $3 million in cash and $1 million in products that their suppliers are donating. They've partnered with Feeding America to do this; if you're interested in volunteering at your local food bank, you can click here for more information. This is a great community service project if you're a youth leader.

In the FAQs about this program, it states that the coupons expire June 27, 2009 so go load them all to your card before you forget! There are several $1.00/1 eCoupons for Frito-Lay, Pepsi, Ocean Spray, and Kellogg's products as well as others.

If you have a print copy of your Kroger ad, you'll see many of the products on sale this week have the Bringing Hope to the Table logo underneath them; match those products to the eCoupons available and you can save some serious cash.



I'll be sure to note any matchups for Bringing Hope to the Table eCoupons in my future Kroger Ad + Coupon Matchups in June.

Thanks for reading and subscribing to The New Frugal Mom!

2 comments:

  1. I was wondering. I know that the ecoupons do not double when you use them but I was wondering about something. If I purchase say a bag of Frito lays and I have a ecoupon for .50 and I have a coupon with me for .25 off can I also use the coupon I have with me or will that not be allowed?

    ReplyDelete
  2. Angela: It depends upon your individual store's policy. Some will allow it, some will not.

    I've found that most stores are still learning about all the ecoupon sites, so you might not get a clear answer.

    Thanks for commenting!

    ReplyDelete

Thanks so much for reading The New Frugal Mom and for taking the time to comment.

I do reserve the right to delete negative comments.

Thanks for sharing! I love to read your comments and learn something new from my readers!

Note: Only a member of this blog may post a comment.