Buy Kroger Gifts Cards – Save more at the pump! #Kroger Earn 4x Fuel Points #GotADiscount

You can buy gift cards at Kroger stores right now and receive 4x the fuel points. That equals savings at the pump!  As a BzzAgent,  I bought Kroger Gift Cards for a couple of people to give as gifts during the Kroger 4x the fuel points BzzAgent campaign I’m doing, but you don’t have to be a BzzAgent to take advantage of this great deal. You can give the cards as gifts or you buy gift cards for yourself to use as cash at your favorite stores or restaurants. When you buy Kroger gift cards, you get 4x the fuel reward points to apply at the pump when you purchase gas at an affiliated Kroger station.  It’s a big win/win!  I saved .20 per gallon on my last fuel purchase and I got gift cards to give to family members over the holidays.  I’ll be going back for more!


#Got A Discount #Kroger 4x Fuel Pointsphoto(471)

<img src=”;


Kroger Skillet Meals #GotItFree


I got to try Kroger Skillet Meals, Kroger Garlic Bread and a Fresh Selections Salad kit for free as part of a BzzAgent campaign for Kroger. The package said it was ready in 10 minutes, so I knew it would be quick and easy. I popped the garlic bread in the oven for the 10 minutes that it took to cook the Sorento Style Gnocchi skillet meal. It all came out really well, and in 10 minutes, as promised. The sauce and cheese were rich and delicious, and the gnocchi was satisfyingly chewy without being tough.  The garlic bread was crispy on the outside and soft on the inside with just the right amount of garlic and butter. The salad was fresh and crisp.  I was impressed with the quality, but I wasn’t surprised, since Kroger products always seem to be good quality at a good price.  Kroger Skillet Meals will be a regular on my grocery list, and Kroger Garlic Bread is our new favorite garlic bread. I plan to keep both stocked in the freezer. Fresh Selections Salad kits are always in the fridge at my house. It couldn’t be easier to enjoy a good, healthy meal in a hurry. #GotItFree @Kroger

<img src=”;