Your loyalty is worth money! Just ask Kroger. There is a reason they want to see you use your Kroger Plus Card. When you scan your card, Kroger can track what you buy and figure out your buying habits. Is this a bad thing? Some people are concerned about their privacy. Not me! If Kroger is interested in which foods, drinks, feminine products or strange health remedies I'm buying, I'm all for it.
The more Kroger knows about me, the more discounts I get! I receive a packet of high value coupons around once a month for items I routinely buy. And every time I shop at Kroger my cash register receipt prints out more coupons for my favorite products.
Staples Office Supply Loyalty program is another free money deal I see shoppers passing up on all the time. From printer ink to copy paper to binders, pens and notebooks, there are free deals to be had if you sign up for Staples Rewards, mostly at Back to School time but also on photo and copy paper and various other office supplies. You simply go online and enter the information on your receipt for selected items and you receive a rebate check.
CVS Pharmacy, Walgreen's and Rite Aid have similar loyalty programs. I'm a member of them all! Sure, they know I buy Preparation H a couple of times a year. They may not know I use it to deflate puffy eyes, but as long as they send me coupons for it, that's okay.
Which Store Loyalty programs have saved you the most money?