Jonesboro Kroger Coupon Policy

Jonesboro Kroger Coupon Policy

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Since: Mar 11

United States

#1 Mar 6, 2011
Does anyone know the current coupon policy of the Kroger on Caraway road? I know this sounds random but I was just curious. I'd love feedback anyone has on this or if they know the policies of other stores in the Jonesboro area, such as Harps or Hays.

“I taste like a 9 volt battery”

Since: Mar 11

Little Rock, AR

#2 Mar 6, 2011
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Jonesboro, AR

#3 Mar 6, 2011
SistaSledge wrote:
Does anyone know the current coupon policy of the Kroger on Caraway road? I know this sounds random but I was just curious. I'd love feedback anyone has on this or if they know the policies of other stores in the Jonesboro area, such as Harps or Hays.
I shop there weekly and use coupons...what I know is that they accept all manufacturer's coupons and double them up to 55 cents. They also have digital coupons you can load directly to your Kroger card on their website. Hope this helps!

Since: Mar 11

United States

#4 Mar 6, 2011
Guest wrote:
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I shop there weekly and use coupons...what I know is that they accept all manufacturer's coupons and double them up to 55 cents. They also have digital coupons you can load directly to your Kroger card on their website. Hope this helps!
thank you
mom

United States

#5 Mar 7, 2011
You can ask the store directly or go online and print out their coupon policy. It is always a good idea to have a copy of their coupon policy in her purse. Many cashiers and even supervisors don't know the company's policy. Kroger and Hays both double coupons and Kroger is very strict with many rules. Go online and read their policy.
It won't be long till Coupon Misty is on here answering you. She will give you very little information but will try to get you to sing up for her coupon class so she can charge you for the info you can get online for free. What a great little scam she has going.lol
formerkrogercust omerservi

Little Rock, AR

#6 Mar 7, 2011
The Kroger company does not have an official coupon policy. Each regional office determines the policy for the stores in its region. The Jonesboro Kroger's policy is: Double up to $.55, anything over that is taken at face value, not to exceed the price of the item. Also, they will only accept 8 like-item coupons, and will not accept duplicate internet coupons. Also, you cannot use more than 1 coupon for an item. Finally, if there is a sale that is BOGO free and you have a coupon that states "Save $.xx off 2" the coupon does not apply to the free item (you would have to get a total of 4 items, 2 paid and 2 free).
guest

Blytheville, AR

#7 May 29, 2011
mom wrote:
You can ask the store directly or go online and print out their coupon policy. It is always a good idea to have a copy of their coupon policy in her purse. Many cashiers and even supervisors don't know the company's policy. Kroger and Hays both double coupons and Kroger is very strict with many rules. Go online and read their policy.
It won't be long till Coupon Misty is on here answering you. She will give you very little information but will try to get you to sing up for her coupon class so she can charge you for the info you can get online for free. What a great little scam she has going.lol
I have also heard a lot of negative things about Coupon Misty. I have heard that she is really mean and horrible-even to her own family and then is all nicey-nice on her page and thanks God for everything! Apparently she has God's blessing to rip people off.
guest

United States

#8 May 29, 2011
they double coupons up to .60 you can not use an e coupon and paper coupon on the same item only 8 coupon with 8 of the same items so you cant have 9 ketchup and 9 coupons only 8
guest

Jonesboro, AR

#9 May 29, 2011
guest wrote:
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I have also heard a lot of negative things about Coupon Misty. I have heard that she is really mean and horrible-even to her own family and then is all nicey-nice on her page and thanks God for everything! Apparently she has God's blessing to rip people off.
Seriously. Can you jealous cats not let a woman have a little business. Id be glad to pay her 10 bucks for her information and expertise. Get a life.
guest

Blytheville, AR

#10 May 29, 2011
guest wrote:
<quoted text>Seriously. Can you jealous cats not let a woman have a little business. Id be glad to pay her 10 bucks for her information and expertise. Get a life.
Jealous of what? Going into the stores, clearing the shelves, being rude to the employees, making lines form behind me so I can ring up 7 transactions and then when there is no merchandise left-say: here is what you could have had?! No thank you. That's not even going into how she treats people-including her own family.
Ticked

Jonesboro, AR

#11 May 29, 2011
Read Sunday's Jonesboro Sun...there is an article about a couple of other ladies doing a class. They don't charge the way the two Jonesboro chicks did.

Jonesboro Kroger has changed their policy and become much more strict since coupon misty and her minions started emptying thing shelves. All so they can take pictures and post them on facebook showing how much they saved and horded.

Will be nice to see more of the stores limit the amount of items one person can buy. Leave some for the rest of the families out there and quit acting like you do it all for charity and donate it.

Everyone knows you're humpty dump tail sells the crap at flea markets and yard sales. Hope you get busted soon. Bet there isn't a coupon for court fees.

It's not good being public enemy number one in the coupon world girls.
guest

Walnut Ridge, AR

#12 May 31, 2011
Ticked wrote:
Read Sunday's Jonesboro Sun...there is an article about a couple of other ladies doing a class. They don't charge the way the two Jonesboro chicks did.
Jonesboro Kroger has changed their policy and become much more strict since coupon misty and her minions started emptying thing shelves. All so they can take pictures and post them on facebook showing how much they saved and horded.
Will be nice to see more of the stores limit the amount of items one person can buy. Leave some for the rest of the families out there and quit acting like you do it all for charity and donate it.
Everyone knows you're humpty dump tail sells the crap at flea markets and yard sales. Hope you get busted soon. Bet there isn't a coupon for court fees.
It's not good being public enemy number one in the coupon world girls.
The girls who do the free coupon classes have their classes posted. They will be doing a free one in Jonesboro in July and one in August!! I signed up for the July class. Its at MoneySavingDeals on Facebook!! She has also answered a couple of questions I had that couldn't wait until then.
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Jonesboro, AR

#13 Jun 1, 2011
Ticked wrote:
Read Sunday's Jonesboro Sun...there is an article about a couple of other ladies doing a class. They don't charge the way the two Jonesboro chicks did.
Jonesboro Kroger has changed their policy and become much more strict since coupon misty and her minions started emptying thing shelves. All so they can take pictures and post them on facebook showing how much they saved and horded.
Will be nice to see more of the stores limit the amount of items one person can buy. Leave some for the rest of the families out there and quit acting like you do it all for charity and donate it.
Everyone knows you're humpty dump tail sells the crap at flea markets and yard sales. Hope you get busted soon. Bet there isn't a coupon for court fees.
It's not good being public enemy number one in the coupon world girls.
Busted for what?? Buying things with coupons? Are you really that ignorant?
Agree

United States

#14 Jun 1, 2011
Ticked wrote:
Read Sunday's Jonesboro Sun...there is an article about a couple of other ladies doing a class. They don't charge the way the two Jonesboro chicks did.
Jonesboro Kroger has changed their policy and become much more strict since coupon misty and her minions started emptying thing shelves. All so they can take pictures and post them on facebook showing how much they saved and horded.
Will be nice to see more of the stores limit the amount of items one person can buy. Leave some for the rest of the families out there and quit acting like you do it all for charity and donate it.
Everyone knows you're humpty dump tail sells the crap at flea markets and yard sales. Hope you get busted soon. Bet there isn't a coupon for court fees. It's not good being public enemy number one in the coupon world girls.
I read the paper. I signed up on Coupon Savy's page and I am attending the class as well. I am excited about going to the class. It's great that these women dedicate their time to the community. Paying it forward is the only way to be. Thank you both. God Bless. See you ladies in July.
MeMe

United States

#15 Jun 3, 2011
I need help getting in touch with one of these ladies that does the free classes. I don't facebook so I need another route. If anyone could help me get in touch with them I would greatly appreciate it. I really want to attend a class and get more information but can't find anything other than people telling me to look on facebook. Thanks!
guest

Walnut Ridge, AR

#16 Jun 6, 2011
MeMe wrote:
I need help getting in touch with one of these ladies that does the free classes. I don't facebook so I need another route. If anyone could help me get in touch with them I would greatly appreciate it. I really want to attend a class and get more information but can't find anything other than people telling me to look on facebook. Thanks!
Money Saving Deals has a website too. It's moneysavingdealz.com . I think her email is on there too.
MOM

United States

#17 Jun 12, 2011
guest wrote:
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The girls who do the free coupon classes have their classes posted. They will be doing a free one in Jonesboro in July and one in August!! I signed up for the July class. Its at MoneySavingDeals on Facebook!! She has also answered a couple of questions I had that couldn't wait until then.
MoneySavingDeals and Coupon Savvy no longer do Free coupon classes. They now charge an $8 per person "donation". They need to learn that donation means given without being asked.
Money Saving Deals

Walnut Ridge, AR

#18 Jun 13, 2011
While for a few brief hours, it seemed like that was going to have to happen-where there is a will there is a way. I have reached out to local business owners and asked for their support and the response has been tremendous. It looks like we will be able to continue on as we have been. -Michele
MOM

United States

#19 Jun 13, 2011
Money Saving Deals wrote:
While for a few brief hours, it seemed like that was going to have to happen-where there is a will there is a way. I have reached out to local business owners and asked for their support and the response has been tremendous. It looks like we will be able to continue on as we have been.-Michele

I would hope so because OK so you say it cost 1.30 for each binder, 10 for gas and 20 for snacks/drinks. So for this you must charge 8 per person. Well now lets calculate you have 61 people signed up for the July class. That is $488, subtract the 79.30 for 61 binders, 30 for gas/food/drink and that leaves a profit of 378.87. People were studiply telling you to set this up as a nonprofit business. Sounds like profit to me. I hope you know you better claim these profits on your taxes. I bet the Learn to us coupons ladies are loving this.lol
Money Saving Deals

Walnut Ridge, AR

#20 Jun 13, 2011
It costs me $10 to go to Jonesboro-but as you can obviously tell from my page-since you know so much-that I am also going to Harrisburg and to North Little Rock. NLR is obviously a lot more than $10 for gas. I was also being generous as saying it equalled up to more than $1.30 per person since I was able to use credits to purchase some of the supplies. Here are the expenses for the class:our folder are 23 sheets; the folders were $33.62 for 100=.34 each (which I was able to get with credits and didn't use for the $1.30 quote b/c I didn't have to pay oop for them). I supplied the paper (7 bundles at $6.99 each $48.93. Divide that up per sheet and it comes to .02 each or .46 per folder.) I found someone who would let me copy for .04 each sheet this time since I supplied the paper, had so many and thought what we were doing was so great. That comes to $1.38 each for THIS class we had (just for the papers inside of the folder-because I didn't have to pay for this set of folders). I made enough binders to last through the next class as well. If you were to add in what it will continue to really cost-the copy place usually charges .09 for the quantity of what I was requesting, which equals $2.07 +.34=$2.41 per person. Add in the cost of buying enough inserts to give each person $5 in coupons and that's another $30 ($1.50x's 20) per class. Our approximated real costs for the Jonesboro class at 61 people will be $207.01. At $488-$207, leaves $281 As you can tell,$200 will need to be used to get the supplies for the next class. That leaves $81 total-or $40.50 each for the day of the class. I was also factoring in that many of our classes we are scheduling and being asked to do are in fact, outside of both of our towns so we will have added gas there. It will cost us $40 each to go back and forth to NLR. We were trying to make it fair for everyone by spreading it out. We have also found that 25% of the people who say they are coming, in fact, don't for one reason or another. So, to assume that we would take in $488 is ludicrous. We also stated that if you couldn't afford it-to please let us know and we would work with you. I would never, ever turn anyone away or refuse to help b/c they didn't have any money do give me.
On top of all that-this is all a moot point-because I have found several businesses are are more than happy to sponsor us so that we can continue to do things as we have been.

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