This post was sponsored by Kroger. It’s that time of the year! Time to pack up your suitcases, roll up your sleeping bags, or hitch up your boat and head out to enjoy your summer. This summer will be filled with a few mini trips for us and a trip to the beach right before the kiddos go back to school. This week we are heading to Columbus to visit some family, and for a surprise visit to the newly opened American Girl Store! Columbus is just a 3 hour trip for us compared to the normal 6 hour trip to Chicago or Atlanta, where the closest AG stores were until they opened one in Columbus this past weekend. We are so excited for our first trip this summer! There is just something about packing up the car and getting away from home for a few days!
Let’s get real for a second though. Car trips mean you have to fill up the tank…for us, that means filling up the rather large gas guzzling tank of our SUV. I remember the first time I actually filled my car up instead of my husband…I had no idea how much it cost! Talk about a major reality check!
Well, the good news is that with Kroger, you can double your fuel points!!! Crazy awesome, right???
Every $1 spent on qualifying items at Kroger earns you one fuel point. To help you fuel your summer, Kroger is offering a digital coupon that will double fuel points earned while shopping at Kroger on weekends. Therefore, every $1 spent on the weekend amounts to two fuel points. Simply click here to save, or click the photo below!
We do all of our grocery shopping at Kroger and will be using our points to save money at the pump before heading out on our many adventures!
Thanks to the fabulous folks at Kroger, I am also giving one of your the opportunity to win a $100 Kroger gift card! Say what???
All you have to do is leave a comment telling me why you would like to win the $100 Kroger gift card, and I will pick a random winner on June 30th!!!
Good luck, and safe travels!
This post was sponsored by the fabulous folks at Kroger. All opinions are 100% mine, and as always totally real!
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