U.S. Bank Offers Kroger Rewards

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U.S. Bank Offers Kroger Rewards

10/26/2010

U.S. Bank will issue credit cards and reloadable prepaid debit cards with rewards to help Kroger customers save money on groceries and fuel.

Customers who shop at Kroger’s family of stores will earn free groceries and fuel discounts with every purchase when they use their 1-2-3 Rewards MasterCard, Fred Meyer Rewards MasterCard, Ralphs Rewards Plus MasterCard or Visa prepaid debit card with 1-2-3 Rewards from U.S. Bank. This suite of rewards cards is the next step in a long-standing strategic alliance between U.S. Bank and Kroger.

Beginning Nov. 8, existing cardholders’ accounts will transfer to U.S. Bank, which gives Kroger customers access to new benefits like mobile banking and 24-hour customer service.

“Kroger is thrilled to partner with U.S. Bank to offer an exciting suite of rewards cards that help Kroger customers to earn free groceries and fuel discounts,” said Kathy Kelly, president of Kroger Personal Finance. “U.S. Bank shares our commitment to listening to customers and offering the right financial products that reward them for their loyalty.”

Cardholders who make purchases using their rewards card automatically earn points toward reward certificates for free groceries. Every dollar spent earns rewards points, with double points earned for purchases made in Kroger’s family of stores and triple points for buying store-brand products. Additionally, cardholders may earn an extra 5 cents off per gallon on fuel purchases at participating Kroger-operated fuel centers.

Visit www.krogerpersonalfinance.com for more details about the entire suite of cards.

Cincinnati-based Kroger Co. operates nearly 2,500 stores in 31 states under two dozen local banner names including Kroger, City Market, Dillons, Jay C, Food 4 Less, Fred Meyer, Fry’s, King Soopers, QFC, Ralphs and Smith’s.