After checking out at Kroger, you’ll receive your purchase receipt. There might be some terms, such as “X” that might be confusing for you to understand. What does it indicate?
You can find plenty of abbreviated terms on a Kroger receipt. Due to limited space on a bill and to reduce paper waste, they use shortened terms.
Some of the most commonly known terms are X, N, O, T, and F. These characters indicate the product type. As for “X”, it indicates that it is a taxable item.
Read on to find out how you can read the Kroger receipt correctly and what all these terms mean.
An Insight Into Kroger
Kroger, also known as The Kroger Company, is a leading American retail company founded by Bernard Kroger in 1883 in Cincinnati, Ohio. It has expanded to more than 2,500 grocery stores starting with a small grocery store.
Kroger operates in various formats:
- Department Stores
- Jewelry Stores
It is the largest supermarket operator by revenue in the US. Many people prefer to shop at Kroger due to its good quality, affordable prices, and variety of items in the store.
Understanding Your Kroger Bill
If you have ever come across a Kroger receipt, you might have observed some terms like X, N, O, T, and F. These receipts can be confusing to understand with those abbreviated terms.
What Does “X” Mean on Receipt?
If you buy anything from Kroger that is subject to a tax, it is known as a “Taxable Item”. The “X” on the bill indicates that the item is taxable. On the contrary, if the item is nontaxable, it will be denoted as “N”.
Do not confuse “X” with “T”, as both indicate taxable items, but “T” means a taxable item that was purchased on a sale.
The same is the case with “N” and “O”. Both indicate that the item is nontaxable, but “O” is a nontaxable item purchased on a sale.
The majority of grocery store items include sales tax. A small percentage of a product’s price is charged on taxable items to keep the production costs running.
The sales tax rules vary from state to state; some states also exempt sales tax on grocery items.
Kroger cares for its customers and has compiled a list of tax-free days when it sells school supplies at affordable prices without tax. These days are different for all states; you can find yours on the list.
Kroger tries its best to serve customers with a satisfactory shopping experience, ensuring they get high-quality items readily available in the store. As a customer, we must pay the taxes imposed by the government on grocery items.
Buying a taxable item from Kroger will be denoted as “X” at the right end of its row. Next time you shop at Kroger, you will be well aware of the abbreviated terms on its bill.
Frequently Asked Questions
How To See a Kroger Receipt Online?
Any customer with a Kroger account can view their receipts online.
You need to visit the “My Purchases” section on Kroger’s website, where you will have to log in with your email address and password. Once you have logged in, all your recent purchases will be available to you. You can find the specific receipt from the list.
Can Kroger Reprint a Receipt for Me?
Yes, they can. You would have to contact their customer support service to request a reprint of your receipt.
Kroger’s representative will contact you and ask for your loyalty card number or credit card information to track your receipt. If you remember the date you shopped, they can track it quickly.
Make sure that your bill is not older than 28 days, as Kroger can not track receipts older than 28 days.