(EXPIRED) Kroger: $10 off grocery w/ $50+ Happy gift cards

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I was at Kroger yesterday to pick up some Thanksgiving supplies and take advantage of some of the current gift card promotions they are running (See: Kroger: Save $5 On $100 Mastercard or Visa GC, $4 On Multipak Visa GC – Stack w/ 4x Fuel Points and Kroger: Huge Selection Of Discounted Gift Cards + 4x Fuel Points) and I saw a coupon in my app good for $10 off your grocery purchase with the purchase of $50 or more in Happy gift cards. In small denominations, that’s even better than the current Staples deal (See: Get Happy: 10% off “Happy” cards next week at Staples) and since I am spending this week in a city with many Krogers and 0 Staples stores, this deal looked good enough for me. Unfortunately, it didn’t automatically trigger the discount, but it should and I thought it was worth a quick post of its own.

The Deal

Key Terms

  • Only valid in-store
  • Expires 11/26/18

Quick Thoughts

Unfortunately, this one didn’t automatically trigger even though I was checking out with about a hundred bucks worth of groceries. As I don’t live near Kroger (I’m visiting family for Thanksgiving), I wasn’t sure if the $10 off coupon would later load to my account or something. It didn’t, and I see that several Slickdeals users have reported the same problem in this thread, but it sounds like it ought to be easy enough to get corrected at customer service (I’ll be stopping by this afternoon for some more groceries and to take advantage of a Hilton spending bonus, so I’ll see if I can get it adjusted with my receipt).

Assuming it works, this is a pretty good deal on the happy cards and the Kroger at which I stopped carried quite a few different cards (including ones I hadn’t seen in person like Happy Bride), especially if you’re planning to use these in conjunction with any Black Friday Deals. Hopefully, it’ll automatically trigger for you. Be sure you’re using a card that earns a good category bonus at US Supermarkets as well.

Last updated on December 1st, 2018

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Nick Reyes is a (fairly) regular guy with an animalistic passion for maximizing the value of miles and money to travel the world in comfort and style. There is little in life that he loves more than finding a fantastic deal and helping you shop smarter & harder to achieve your travel dreams.

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I was ringing up groceries on my own on a kiosk, and when I found the coupon doesn’t showed on the screen, I called the attendant, they asked me to pay first and immediately refund me $10.

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Did you have any luck getting the $10 credit at Kroger customer service? I had the same prob. last night. All the other Kroger gc discounts worked well and instantly. (though none of them had the grocery requirement….. I had more than the $10 on the same order as the $300+ “Happy Bride” card purchase…. Is Kroger going to try to claim that the deal only worked for some unspecified “Happy” cards? )

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