King Soopers' parent company, Kroger, has announced that their grocery stores will not be returning coin change to customers temporarily. The grocer's decision comes from a national coin shortage at the Federal Reserve due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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During the temporary halt to coin change, customers have a few options to get their money back or donate:

  • Rounding up your purchase to support Zero Hunger, Zero Waste Foundation.
  • Have coin change loaded as a credit on your King Soopers Loyalty card.

Additionally, you can always pay with a credit or debit card for the exact payment.

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