(EXPIRED) Kroger Online: Gift Card Deals For Delta, Airbnb, Southwest, Uber Eats & More

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Kroger has been running some good gift card deals online for the past week or two, including a number of travel-related brands. Many of these deals end tonight (June 28), so you’ll want to buy ASAP if you’re interested in any of them.

The Deals

  • Kroger is offering many gift card deals online including:
    • Buy $100 Airbnb gift cards & get $10 Kroger gift cards free
    • Buy $100 Delta gift cards & get $10 Kroger gift cards free
    • Buy $100 Uber Eats gift cards & get $10 Kroger gift cards free
    • Buy $55 Choice Pack & Go gift cards for $50
    • Buy $27.50 Starbucks gift cards for $25
  • Direct link to offer.

Key Terms

  • Various expiry dates, although most of them expire June 28, 2022.
  • Various limits.

Quick Thoughts

If you can make use of the $10 Kroger gift cards, the Airbnb, Delta and Uber Eats deals are all pretty good. Kroger gift cards should be useable at all their affiliate brands around the country like Ralphs, Smith’s, Fry’s, King Soopers, Fred Meyer, etc.

Although these gift card deals are hosted on Kroger’s website, payment for them is processed by Blackhawk Network – the same company that owns Giftcards.com, GiftCardMall, etc. That unfortunately means that buying these gift cards online won’t code as a grocery purchase, although you will earn 2x fuel points.

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This set of meijer discounts seem strictly better, since a 10% discount is applied immediately to the purchase ($50 gift card for $45). Much smaller list of vendors though.



I only see a 10% bonus for the Starbux eGC, so $27.50 eGC for $25.

Reno Joe

And, a purchase of a Delta gift card won’t code as an airline purchase.

While the 10 percent is a high hurdle, might there be a stack out there that beats it?