New E-Coupons Available to Kroger Customers

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There’s a new website offering E-Coupons to Kroger customers.  The site is called Bring Hope to the Table and it is similar to other e-coupons provider such as Cellfire and Shortcuts.  You can upload the e-coupons to your Kroger (or Kroger affiliate) shopping card.  To get started all you need to do is register your email and shopping card with them.  Then you will be able to upload up to 50 coupons unto your card at a time.  As you already experienced with other e-coupons, these coupons do not double and you are only able to use them once.  Here are some of the coupons available for a sampling of what they have:

  • $1/1 Sargento Natural Shredded, Sliced, and Snack Cheese
  • $1/2 participating Kellogg’s cereal and poptarts
  • $1/2 Doritos 11.75 oz. or larger
  • $1/1 Tyson Strips

Stop by Bring Hope to the Table to start saving money with these new e-coupons.  Thanks Dealicious Mommy and Bargain Briana.

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  • Diane

    I can not seem to get to the site. I tried the link I tried googling it. I can find press releases about the program but none of the links work.

    Maybe its being overloaded or they made the announcement before the site was operational. Will try again later.

    • Hi Diane,

      I don’t understand why it’s not working for me. I have been on it it a few times since last night. Either way I changed the link a bit, try again and see if that works for you.

      mercedes

  • Shawn

    I cant get on the site either. Like the previous poster, I can only find press releases about it.

  • Jessica

    I got to the website, but it says I can only upload 25 coupons.

  • Diane

    I have coupons loaded on my card via CellFire, ShortCuts, P&GESaver & now will have some from this link once I can get it to work.

    But I’m new at this whole coupons on card thing and am not sure how it works. Here are two questions.

    First Question:
    $2.50 ea Lucky Charms – on sale 2/5.00 at my local Dillons
    -1.00 – 0.55/1 IP doubled to $1
    -0.55 – 0.55/1 CellFire E-coupon
    =0.95 ea
    ?????????????????????????????????
    -0.55 – 0.55/1 Shortcuts E-coupon
    =0.40 ea
    ?????????????????????????????????

    Is this right, or will it only take off one of the two e-coupons off even though they are from different sources?

    ================================================================

    Second Question:
    $1.74 – (2) Lipton Sides on sale 87-cents each at my local Dillons
    -1.00 – 0.75/2 MQ from 5/17RP doubled to $1/2 by Dillons
    -0.75 – 0.75/2 Cellfire e-coupon
    =FREE

    Seems straightforward but my question here is that I have multiple MQ’s from the 5/17 paper if I buy more than 2 will the e-coupon work on each multiple of 2 or can I only use it once before it disappears from my card?

  • Shawn

    Diane- my experience has been that I have only been able to use 1 e-coupon at a time. If you use the q from cellfire, you will not be able to use the same q from shortcuts on the same transaction.

  • Diane

    Shawn,
    thanks for the response. That is what I assumed but thought I would double check. Though I am still curious, can I buy 3 of the same item and get the e-coupon discounted on all 3 or would it only take the coupon of the first one?

    • Thank you Shawn for helping answer this question.

      Mercedes

  • Excellent post. I am dealing with some of these issues as well..