Just when I thought I had it all figured out, it turns out that the ‘new and improved’ Kroger gas discount is better than I thought (but worse than it used to be). According to the signs on the pumps, you can still get $0.10/gallon discount for spending $100 on groceries. Moreover, you can get an extra $0.05/gallon discount for paying with a Kroger 1-2-3 Rewards MasterCard. So they’ve basically replaced the $0.03/gallon discount for swiping you card with an additional $0.05/gallon discount when you: (1) spend $100 on groceries, and (2) pay for your gas with the Kroger 1-2-3 Rewards MasterCard. Like I said, better than I originally though, but you’re probably still better off getting the $0.10/gallon discount for your grocery purchase and then paying for it with a standard 5% reward card, such as the Citi Dividend Platinum MasterCard.
Kroger Gas Discount, Take Three
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Just wanted to add my 2 cents. My husband stopped for gas last night and couldn’t understand why he didn’t get 30 cents off for his fill up, 62 points from last month and over 250 point from this month, the total points (we thought) being over 300. But we were informed by Kroger that if you have less than 100 points from the previous month they do not roll the points.
Doesn’t sound like their advertising, what do you think?
Ummm, Linda? You should probably ask Kroger. I’m just a guy that runs a financial site who happened to write about the Kroger Gas Discount 1.5 years ago.
i would like an answer now! I have 132$ shopping at kroger and I can get any gas so are you going to roll that over for october? you should . I wont be chopping there anymore. let me know befor tues.