Kroger Helps Shoppers Save with Exclusive "2 Week Digital Easter 4X Fuel Promotion"

Shoppers Can Pocket Savings at Their Local Kroger by Purchasing Gift Cards to Save on Gas.

Raleigh, NC, April 06, 2017 --( The Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR), the nation’s largest traditional grocery retailer with 14 stores throughout the Triangle and North Carolina, has announced that customers can receive four times the fuel points from April 5 to April 18 by purchasing participating gift cards with a digital coupon at their local Kroger store.

The objective of Kroger’s “Easter 4X Gift Card” promotion is to motivate customers to purchase gift cards for both Easter gift giving or shopping. Customers can visit and click on “Coupons” to load the coupons and earn 4X fuel points. Every 100 points translates into 10 cents off each gallon of fuel, up to 35 gallons.

For more information, shoppers can visit and click on “Coupons”

“Kroger is always looking for creative ways to reward loyal customers and help them save money,” said Allison McGee, spokesperson for the Mid-Atlantic Division. “Our customers have learned that by buying Kroger Gift Cards and using those for not only gift giving but for their own daily purchases at their favorite retailers, they can quickly save up to $1.00 (Richmond—unlimited) a gallon on Kroger fuel. And with Easter and Spring breaks quickly approaching, now is the perfect time to do just that.”

About Kroger’s Mid-Atlantic Division:
The Mid-Atlantic Division operates 121 stores, 118 pharmacies and 92 fuel centers in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio. Headquartered in Roanoke, the Mid-Atlantic Division is dedicated to making a difference in the communities it serves by supporting hunger relief, women’s health, our troops and their families, and local schools and grassroots organizations. Kroger is also a strong supporter of the Salvation Army, American Red Cross and organizations that promote the advancement of women and minorities. In 2016 Kroger’s charitable giving is $287 million. Fortune magazine named Kroger the “most generous company in America.”
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