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Purchasing from Kroger.com

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Purchasing from Kroger.com

I typically buy discounted phone cards to pay my phone bill, usually obtaining 15% using my Target discount.  This time I'm finding a SlickDeal with Kroger.com.  Would I use my AMEX BCE to get the 3% back?  I'm thinking it would qualify as grocery purchases?  Does anyone know?

 

Thanks!

FICO: EQ 814 | TU 847 | EX ? (Started in the low 500's... you can do it!)

Amex BCE $25000, Amex AP $20000, SFFCU Visa $15000 + LOC $5000, USAA Amex $6000, USAA MC $7000, Cap1 $9500, Freedom $12000, Slate $500, Barclays "RIP" SM $11500, USBank Cash+ $7500, Citi Diamond $11200, Citi Double Cash $12000, Care Credit $13500k.
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Re: Purchasing from Kroger.com

Be careful.

 

When ordering from kroger.com, sometimes its the vendor themselves ringing you up, so Kroger (or the 3%) doesn't even show up on your statement.

    EQ=841        TU=834         EX=834      INQ=0/0/0     UTIL=1%        AZEO


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Re: Purchasing from Kroger.com

Thank you.  It posted as "GIFT CARDS".  Too bad PayPal wasn't an option, as Freedom would have been the way to go!

FICO: EQ 814 | TU 847 | EX ? (Started in the low 500's... you can do it!)

Amex BCE $25000, Amex AP $20000, SFFCU Visa $15000 + LOC $5000, USAA Amex $6000, USAA MC $7000, Cap1 $9500, Freedom $12000, Slate $500, Barclays "RIP" SM $11500, USBank Cash+ $7500, Citi Diamond $11200, Citi Double Cash $12000, Care Credit $13500k.
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