Cincinnati-based grocery retailer The Kroger Co., which also operates convenience stores including QuikStop and Turkey Hill, is offering customers financial incentives when they exchange their tax refunds at Kroger stores, the Business Courier of Cincinnati reported.
The company said Wednesday it will trade customers’ Internal Revenue Service rebates for Kroger gift cards in the following amounts: a $300 check will get $330 store gift card; a $600 check will get two $330 gift cards; and a $1,200 check will get four $330 gift cards.
Customers can exchange the checks for gift cards in the customer service center of Kroger’s chain stores between May 2 and July 31, the company said. A Kroger "customer loyalty card" is also required for the exchange, which is limited to $1,200 and one per household.
Kroger operates more than 2,400 supermarkets and multi-department stores in 31 states.