How to shop online without using a credit card – Kroger
Kroger pharmacy will no longer accept credit cards, but its online shopping options are more convenient and cheaper.
The company announced Tuesday that its pharmacy will accept debit and credit cards for online shopping, but will not accept credit and debit cards as a payment option.
The pharmacy’s policy is to make every effort to accommodate customers who are unable to make payments using a traditional or cash payment method.
Kroger has a long history of offering its customers convenient, affordable shopping options and is committed to making these offerings available to all of its customers, said Kathy Reuter, president of Kroger Health Care Services.
Kroger’s new online shopping option, “Kroberts Best Value,” is a new option for customers who have not already used Kroger’s online shopping platform, which is available through its apps and mobile apps.
Krogernets Best Value is available only to Kroger members.
The new online offering, which comes with an opt-in credit card offer, allows customers to pay using a debit or credit card.
The $1,400 fee for Kroger Best Value includes the annual fee for one year of the $50 annual membership, according to a press release.
In addition, Kroger customers can use the Kroger credit card on other retail sites and pay for purchases online.
The offer is available for all members at Kroger stores and at Krogendarts.com.