fry's no double coupons

Another Kroger affiliate store has announced that it will no longer be doubling coupons as of TODAY, October 1st, 2014. Fry’s Foods in Arizona will now only accept paper coupons at FACE value. There are promises of lower pricing to help offset this new policy change.

I know this is very disappointing news, especially since those stores used to make every coupon worth a dollar. This is going to be an adjustment, but if you’ve been with me for any amount of time you know that you can get AMAZING deals with no doubles required so CHIN UP! 🙂

The regions that DO still double are as follows:

  • King Soopers (affiliate store in CO)
  • Knoxville TN area stores?

Follow the instructions to Find your Kroger region.

News Release:

“Fry’s Food Stores has announced a comprehensive price reduction plan, investing millions of dollars to reduce thousands of prices across the store. Fry’s started reducing prices throughout September, and all new low prices will officially be in place starting October 1.

The Fry’s team carefully selected items that are frequently found in most customers’ shopping carts to ensure all customers would benefit from the price reductions.

The items range from fruits and vegetables to grocery and household staples. National and private label brands are included in the widespread price reduction.

The program includes a significant number of lower prices in natural foods and organics, reinforcing a rapid increase in natural foods sales over the last decade. That trend is accelerated with the highly successful launch of the Simple Truth line of products, a Kroger exclusive. Fry’s is rewarding natural foods and organic customers as part of this initiative as well.

As part of this investment in lower prices for all customers, Fry’s has made the decision to stop its current coupon promotion (every coupon equals $1 or double couponing in Yuma’s two stores) effective Oct. 1, 2014. The 120 Fry’s stores will continue to accept manufacturer coupons, digital coupons, e-coupons, valid printables and Catalina coupons at face value.

“We continue to leverage our scale as one of the largest retailers to work with suppliers to reduce costs, and in turn pass those savings along to our customers,” said JoEllen Lynn, Fry’s spokesperson.

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Tat

October 3, 2014

Add to your list the Nashville Division still doubles. I shop in Springfield and Clarksville areas.

katie

October 1, 2014

They started this same advertising in Colorado last week. I guess we're next :(

Christina

October 1, 2014

King Soopers Cheyenne, WY is still a double as well! wish they would do that with online coupons too! But i will take what i can get! :)

Michaela

October 1, 2014

Clarksville, TN doubles as well. My sisters live in Nashville and will tell them to start kroger shopping more!

Vonna

October 1, 2014

Kroger Nashville area still double. :)