Monday, March 28, 2011

Kroger List of Cities affected by the removal of Doubles and Triples

I have been getting many inquiries as to what stores or areas are being affected by the coupon policy change in Kroger Houston (posted about here).  Since I will be away from my computer for several hours today and will not be able to respond to these inquiries right away, I have decided to post the list here I received this morning.  I inquired with my contact as to what all cities are going to be impacted and here is the list I was given:
Texas City


Clute

Houston

Dickinson

Angleton

Pearland

La Porte

Alvin

Pasadena

Seabrook

League City

Friendswood

Missouri City

Rosenburg

Sugar Land

Richmond

Hedwig Village

Katy

Kingwood

Galveston

Cypress

Bryan-College Station Lucky for you, you are being spared!

Crosby

Baytown

Humble

Beaumont

Porter

Orange

Spring

Huntsville

The Woodlands

Conroe

Magnolia

Tomball

Willis
 
Be sure to join Kroger Couponers on facebook for up to the minute information about the peaceful fight to get Kroger to reconsider.

5 comments:

ilona said...

I am very upset! i dont think that i will be shopping here much anymore. i dont understand why they r going the opposite direction and deterring couponers

Colie's Kitchen said...

Stephanie I think we are going to have to start a city wide car pool to another town for doubles and triples.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the link to join the Kroger Couponers group on Facebook! I joined right away and promptly invited my other coupon buddies to join as well. Perhaps together we can make a difference.

Cindy said...

Well, I won't be going out of my way anymore to shop at Krogers. Randalls is much more convenient and will atleast do some doubling and tripling. Am very disappointed in Kroger. I did use a lot of coupons at Krogers but also spent a lot of money there on non-coupon items. It was okay store, but to H.E.B. I go for meat, to Target for their store coupons, Walmart and Randalls for other grocery items. With the loss of shoppers and maybe they'll rethink what they've done. Their coupon policy made them very competitive but they now leveled the playing field and lost their advantage. Meijer is a great grocery store in the mid-west - I really wish it would come to Houston!

Heather @ Family Friendly Frugality said...

I just found out about your blog! I'm another Houston blogger, although I'm southeast Houston.

This whole thing just upsets me SO much! I am linking back to your list here.

Thanks!

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