Deal has ended, view more Kroger deals by clicking here.
Update 1/6/23: More people are seeing this today
Update 12/8/22: Deal is back and valid until 1/31/23
Check your AmEx Offers for the following deal:
- Get 20% back as a statement credit by using your enrolled eligible Card to make purchases in-store at Kroger, online at kroger.com or via the Kroger mobile app by 1/31/23. Limit of $10 back in total statement credits.
Grocery offers are almost as good as cash. Easy $10.
Hat tip to DDG
What have people ordered for this deal for shipment when Kroger is not in the area?
Did twice with P1 and P2 cards using Online pickup. Credits posted in 3 days. Stacked with Kroger coupons of $25($15 off $75 and another $10 off).
Mine (on BCP card) is get 20% on purchases up to $20. Combined with kroger $15 off $75 offer, means $100 grocery costs $63 (6% bcp + 20% + $15). So technically it is $37 for me not $10.
you can also get $15 off your first pickup order thru Kroger coupons. If you’ve already used it, just create a new account and it should be there.
Didn’t track for me last time so not worth the hassle
Kroger specifically or will work at Mariano’s/Food4Less?
I have the same for LIDL
Last night, I learned from this site that the Amex offers number in the hundreds, but only show 100 at a time in your Amex account, so you have to load a gazillion offers to your Amex card in order to see what else is lurking behind the scenes. I can’t believe that I didn’t know that before – I had assumed that the 100 deals they showed me were the only ones that I was being offered at that time. I also learned last night that it takes forever on their site to click the little buttons (I had to do that for 330 offers), that the ordeal was almost* pointless since I didn’t see any offers in the “hidden” offers that I’d want to use at the moment, that minimizing the (laptop) screen to 33% made it more efficient to click the little buttons without much mouse movement, that it’s not just me who gets plied with multiple wine offers… and I realized with horror that apparently they send reminder emails when an offer you’ve added to your card is about to expire, so I can look forward to hundreds of those coming to my email account in the next couple of months. *However, it wasn’t totally worthless, because I think now that I have no current offers available for my card (that I haven’t already seen and added to the card yesterday in order to get rid of them), it will be a lot easier to skim through and clear out the new, incoming ones when they drop onto my account (unless Amex constantly adds scores and scores of them all the time to peoples’ accounts… if they do that, I’m not going to spend that much time mucking around with their stupid system). Basically, the few of these offers that I have used over the years, have been noteworthy enough that I have seen them mentioned online (on a savings/earnings site such as this one), or I have happened to notice them when I’ve been in my online Amex account for a different reason, and I’m fine having that low level of involvement. Anyway, I’m just posting here to give the data point that I didn’t have any Kroger (or other supermarket chain) offers in all 330 offers I went through last night on my lone Amex card. (Actually, I see that this posting must have… Read more »
Besides the fact that I never claimed that I was offering anything “new” to anyone, and indeed I made it clear that I was talking about what I myself had learned last night,
what I wrote is actually not “common knowledge” to everyone; there are many newcomers to a site like this, and even you were a beginner at one point.
Easily findable online is a little subroutine you add to your browser that will, when activated,, load ALL your offers onto your card(s). Just have to do a little work to find it.
Thank you, Carl, for mentioning that.
I had already seen on this site a description of several options for that kind of an automated routine to handle the Amex offers, and I chose last night not to delve into that sort of solution for my situation, as the Amex offers aren’t that useful to me on the whole, and it would have been more time-consuming for me personally to try to set something like that up, rather than just do a one-time clicking extravaganza while I was watching tv last night, and wait and see how fast and furiously Amex tosses new, mostly irrelevant offers at my account, and see if I can dispatch with them relatively quickly on an on-going basis now that the offer “inbox” is clear, as I described in my prior comment.
After adding a bunch of the offers, so that more offers show up, were any of the offers good?
Recently it seems to me that the good offers show up (if it’s going to show up) even if I have 100 offers, and the offers beyond 100 are crappy ones I didn’t want anyway. But maybe not always.
I had wondered the same thing – that maybe in the first 100 offers I was being shown, maybe Amex was proactively showing me: a) the most applicable to my situation/customer profile/past purchases b) and/or the most “valuable” in a monetary sense c) and/or the most likely to be widely popular across the whole spectrum of their customers (like the current $5 off of $15 at Ebay offer is). However, what I found was that “a” was not true at all — the last 50 offers that I finally uncovered (after going through 280 of them) actually had the only new offers that I was mildly interested in, from stores that I have bought things from before, and which maybe in another month I would have taken advantage of. I found that “b” was not true. As for “c”, maybe it’s true for the very popular offers like the current Ebay one — that one was definitely in my first 100, and I think it was actually in the first 6 or so entries on the list — but in terms of the name-recognition of the stores and the cash value of the money-back and all the rest of it, I did not see any difference between the first 100 offers that were already showing in my Amex account and the subsequent 230 offers that I uncovered by adding everything to my card one-by-one. Basically, like many other commenters have noted here, this Amex offer system is screwy and does not reflect well on Amex — beyond being so user-unfriendly, it’s not even strategically sound in terms of marketing or guiding customer behavior, and it surely turns off much more business than it gains to have it be so awkwardly put together. It is painful to fiddle with it to try to see how one can get the full value out of it (as I did last night), and there is no reason to make the customer’s experience of it so unpleasant. What I don’t know for sure yet is whether, if the number of offers in my Amex account build up again and I’ve got a lot of hidden ones beyond the 100 that I can see, if I see online (on a site like this one) a tip that there is a decent and accessible offer that a lot of Amex customers are being shown (such as the… Read more »
Do subsidiary stores like frysfood count for this offer?
We don’t have any kroger branded stores around here
Generally, I find that “Kroger” coupons do work for the Kroger-subsidiary chain that is more prevalent than branded “Krogers” in my area of the country, but probably this is mentioned in the terms and conditions for the Amex offer.
I ordered from king Soopers, a Kroger brand, and it did not track
I went in-store to frysfood two days ago, made the purchase and it didn’t track.
I got the $10 off $50 at Gelsons (which I have used for gift cards in the past, although the locations are not convenient to me) but not Kroger.
Anyone know if they *actually* exclude physical gift cards on in-store purchases? Does Kroger typically report that sort of info back to the card issuer?
P2 made a gift card purchase from Kroger with BCP and it appears not to have earned rewards or the statement credit.
I take that back, turns out I was wrong on both counts.
you will be fine. the issues we have heard with in-store grocery purchases has typically been large purchases primarily to meet sign up bonuses that the RAT team manually reviews later. have not seen anything where points weren’t earned for purchases that fall well within the realm of normal
Second this. IME $500+ weekly purchases are typical spend, you should* be fine. Just stay consistent & buy with your grocery order. Creating outliers pings eyes on accounts.