With gas prices steadily rising, Kroger is extending its fuel savings program through the end of the year.
Savings of up to $2.00 a gallon can be achieved, depending on how customers use their Kroger plus card benefits and payment methods.
“We have extended this promotion at our customers’ request,” said Carl York, spokesman. “We know it comes at a good time with the continued increase in prices at the pump.”
According to a press release from the grocer, here are the ways Kroger customers can earn fuel points:
- Customers earn 100 fuel points for every $100 in groceries purchased. Now, up to 2000 points can be redeemed for up to $2.00 in savings – at Kroger fuel centers in one fill up.
- Buying gift cards to use on gas purchases will earn customers double points. For every purchase of $50 in gift cards from Kroger’s Gift Card Mall, customers receive 100 fuel points. For a limited time, Kroger is offering quadruple fuel points on most gift cards as part of our back to school savings event.
- When customers use the Kroger 1-2-3 Rewards Visa, they can earn an additional 5 cents off the cost of a gallon when they redeem points. New cardholders can save 25 cents a gallon during their first three months as cardholders when they redeem at least 100 fuel points.
-Customers also receive fuel points on every prescription, see pharmacy for details.