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CINCINNATI — Local Kroger stores will discontinue doubling coupons and will instead lower prices on about 3,500 items, according to a report published in the Business Courier last week. The new everyday lower prices and corresponding shelf tags were rolled out on Monday.
Kroger will cease doubling coupons up to 50 cents by March and the change is only taking place across the Cincinnati/Dayton division.
According to the report, Kroger has committed to tripling the amount once budgeted for doubling coupons as part of the new lower prices initiative.
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