Last Day For Kroger 4x Fuel Points Promo


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Reminder, today is the last day to earn your 4x fuel points at Kroger with the current promotion of 4x fuel points on select restaurant and movie theater gift cards running through today, 2/14!

Last Day For Kroger 4x Fuel Points Promo

As posted last week, 2/6/15:

For those in the know, Kroger Fuel points is a great way to save up to $1 off each gallon of gas.

How Does Fuel Points Work?

Fuel points works by awarding points for spending at Kroger. Then the customer can redeem points for a $ amount off each gallon of gas.

Earning rates are as follows:

  1. Spending on Groceries (normal exclusions apply): $1 in Groceries = 1 fuel point.
  2. Double fuel points for Gift Card purchases (normal exclusions apply). For example, $25 in Gift Cards = 50 fuel points.
  3. Non-federally funded Prescriptions: 1 Prescription = 50 fuel points. a. As of August 1, 2012, federally funded Prescriptions earn 1 point for every $1 of your out-of-pocket costs for new, transferred and refilled Prescriptions

Why Should I Care?

The best part, is Kroger counts gift cards purchased in the grocery store as spend towards the fuel points. In fact, they give you more fuel points for purchasing gift cards.

So you can earn up to a $1 back on each gallon of gas, by making purchases in store on gift cards for stores you’d spend money at anyway. Not to mention if you have a credit card that gives cash back on grocery store purchases, you can save even more.

4x Kroger Fuel Points

4x Fuel Points Promotion

Kroger often runs promotions to reward more fuel points on gift cards. Right now, there is a promotion for 4x Fuel Points on select restaurant and movie theater gift cards running 2/5-2/14!

Last Day For Kroger 4x Fuel Points Promo

Kroger has tons of different gift cards available, see the full list here.

How To Get $1 Off Gallon Of Gas?

Signup for a Kroger Fuel Points account. Then earn points by shopping at Kroger.

Once you have 1,000 points in your account, you qualify for $1 off every gallon of gas for a fill-up, up to 35 gallons. But even if you don’t have 1,000 points, you can earn discounts with the following points:

  • 100 fuel points = 10¢ off per gallon of fuel for 1 fill-up at participating Shell Stations.
  • 100 fuel points = 10¢ off per gallon of fuel for 1 fill-up at Kroger.
  • 200 fuel points = 20¢ off per gallon of fuel for 1 fill-up at Kroger.
  • 1,000 fuel points = $1 off per gallon of fuel for 1 fill-up at Kroger.

Where Can I Fill Up?

Once you earn enough points, search for the Kroger fuel station nearest you by clicking here.

More Savings

You can earn even more savings if you use a cash back card that earns bonuses on spending. Here are a few that can help you pick up a few more percentage points of savings:

Bottom Line

You can save big bucks on gas by using Kroger’s Fuel Points program. Plus, keep an eye out for special Fuel Points promotions where they increase the amount of points you earn through gift card purchases.

How awesome is this program? Have you used Fuel Points yet?

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  1. Are any of the reload able Visa/Mastercards any good for manufactured spends? Kroger has their own brand that is reload able

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