Dillons to Dump Doubling

Dillons-Low-PricesThe Kroger-owned, Kansas-based grocery store chain Dillons, along with its subsidiary Gerbes, announced today  it will lower prices starting tomorrow, and discontinue doubling coupons in two weeks.

“Beginning August 7, Dillons will lower prices on thousands of items,” the company announced in a news release .   “This venture is a multi-million dollar investment for the company, and loyal Dillons customers will reap the benefits. As a result of the new price campaign affecting thousands of products storewide, the company is also announcing the discontinuation of its double coupons program.”

Coupons will be accepted at face value only, beginning August 21st.

The move affects all Dillons stores, as well as those under the Gerbes banner in Missouri. Dillons also owns Baker’s in Nebraska, but those stores currently do not offer double coupons.