If you are a dedicated shopper at Kroger stores, you can earn Fuel points by participating in the Kroger Fuel Points Program, only you have to use your Shoppers Card when shopping.
Once you’ve earned enough Fuel Points, you can redeem them at participating fuel centers to save on fuel! But you must be wondering, do Kroger Fuel Points Expire? Here is what I discovered!
Do Kroger Fuel Points Expire?
Kroger Fuel Points do expire on the last day of the month after you earned them. For instance, Fuel Points earned in June will expire on July 31st. Unfortunately, Kroger Fuel Point balances don’t accumulate across months and they also cannot be extended.
Read on to learn more about how you can start with Kroger Fuel Points, when your Kroger Fuel Points expire, and how many Fuel Points you can redeem per time.
Is There a Limit to How Much Fuel Points You Can Redeem
At Kroger Fuel Centers, you can redeem up to 1,000 Fuel Points for $1 off per gallon.
Additionally, at participating Shell locations, Kroger customers can redeem 100 Fuel points for 10 cents off per gallon.
Note that the Fuel Points you earn are redeemable in 100-point increments, up to 35 gallons of unleaded, mid-grade, premium, diesel, or E85. But keep in mind that all the fuel stations may not have all grades.
When Do My Kroger Fuel Points Expire?
The Fuel Points you earn will expire every last day of the month after you earn them.
This means that if you earned 200 Fuel Points in May, they would all expire by June 30th if you do not use them.
Since the Fuel points earned expire by the end of the next month, it means that your Fuel Point monthly balances do not accumulate across months – that is, each month is a separate earning period.
In other words, you cannot roll over unused Fuel Points.
Can I Extend My Kroger Fuel Points?
Unfortunately, No. Right now, Kroger does not allow the extension of Fuel Points.
The Kroger Fuel Points you earn will expire on the last day of the month after you earn them. So, the best thing is to redeem them before they expire.
Limit to Fuel Points You Can Earn
According to Kroger, there is no limit to the number of Fuel Points you can earn every month. The more you shop, the more you make!
What Is the Kroger Fuel Points Program?
The Kroger Fuel Points Program is a customer loyalty program that regular Kroger shoppers can use to save money as they shop daily.
The program allows you to save anywhere from 10 cents off per gallon up to $1 off per gallon every time you fill up your gas at any Kroger Fuel station.
But to sign up as a beneficiary on Kroger’s Fuel Points Program, you must have a Shopper’s Card (which customers can get free of charge).
With the Fuel Point Program, every 100 Fuel Points earned is valid for 10 cents off per gallon!
How Do I Earn Kroger Fuel Points?
It is pretty easy to start earning Kroger Fuel Points. Since you’re already a loyal customer of Kroger, all you need to do is get a Shopper’s Card and start shopping.
But keep in mind that the Kroger Fuel Point is specific to particular items as discussed below:
- You will earn 1 point for every $1 you spend at Kroger gas stations
- Whenever you shop and use your Shopper’s Card, you’ll earn 1 Fuel Point for every $1 you spend
- You will earn 2X Fuel Points on every gift card purchase, and this may periodically be as high as 4x, depending on promotions
- You will earn 25 Fuel Points for non-federally funded prescriptions, and 1 Fuel Point for every $1 you spend out of pocket for federally funded Prescriptions
- You also get to earn Fuel Points at Kroger Pharmacy, at Fred Meyer Jewelers, and when you order online for an item to be shipped to you.
The Kroger Fuel Points Program is a customer loyalty program that Kroger uses to reward regular shoppers, but they do expire. The Fuel Points you earn as you shop will expire on the last day of the month after they are earned.
That is, the Fuel Points you earned in June will expire on July 31st. You get to earn Kroger Fuel Points every time you fill up at Kroger gas pumps, or buy groceries, prescriptions, and gift cards at Kroger stores.