On Sunday, May 12, Kroger discontinued its double coupon policy in the Mid-Atlantic region, including Virginia stores. The grocery store will no longer double coupons with a face value of 50 cents or less.
The store will continue to accept coupons, including manufacturer coupons from the newspaper or other printed materials, digital coupons, e-coupons, Catalina (checkout receipt) coupons and printable coupons.
The announcement was a part of Kroger’s implementation of the “New Lower Prices” campaign throughout the Mid-Atlantic states.
Hampton Roads served as a test market for the campaign, which began locally in August 2012.Copyright © 2014, The Baltimore Sun