Kroger Gift Card Deal, Earn 4X Fuel Points On Visa, Mastercard and More (3/29-4/11)

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Kroger Gift Card Deal, Earn 4X Fuel Points On Visa, Mastercard and More

Kroger and its affiliated stores are offering 4x fuel points on purchases of fixed value Visa and Mastercard gift cards, plus other third party cards. Fuel points are a great way to save on gas for people who drive. Plus you can earn credit card rewards. If you do your grocery shopping at Kroger, you could take advantage of these deals as well.


These are two separate offers that you need to load to your store cards online.

  • Get 4x FUEL Points when you buy a $25, $50 or $100 Mastercard or Visa gift card.
    • Valid 03/29-04/11/23.
  • Get 4x FUEL Points when you buy a participating gift card.
    • Valid 03/29-04/11/23.

You can see and load all coupons in your account here.

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Offer Terms

  • Must load offer and use your Kroger store card
  • Limit of one coupon per household.

Guru’s Wrap-Up

Earning 4x fuel points on gift cards at Kroger, is a good opportunity to save on gas. Especially now that gas prices are over $4 per gallon or more, these gas deals are definitely worth checking out. Better to go early, before stock runs out. Don’t forget to use a credit card that earns most points at supermarkets and grocery stores to get as much as 6% back (Amex Blue Cash Preferred).

Keep in mind that Kroger Fuel Points expire the last day of the month after they are earned. For example, Fuel Points earned in March, expire on April 30. Fuel Points redemption offer is for one purchase of fuel not to exceed 35 gallons. Only purchases of eligible items made with your Shopper’s or Loyalty Card from The Kroger Family of Stores are eligible for Fuel Points.

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