www.Gcbalance.com - Check Kroger Gift Card Balance Online

Posted in: Food & Grocery Online Service By on August 2, 2013

Do you have a Kroger Family of Stores Gift Card? Do you want to check your Kroger gift card balance online? If yes, just go to the website www.Gcbalance.com to follow the instructions to check it quickly.

How to check your card balance:

It’s very simple. Just open the above site in a standard web browser, then enter your card number and PIN number and click on the “Check Balance” button, so you can see your card balance immediately.

What is the PIN number?

You can find your PIN number on the back of your card in the lower right corner, after you’ve scratched off the silver coating of your card.

About Kroger Family of Stores Gift Card:

It’s a pre-paid debit card that can be used to buy merchandise or fuel at any Kroger family stores including  Kroger, Bakers, Cala Bell, City Market, Dillons,  Foods Co., Gerbes, Fred Meyer, Food 4 Less, Jay C, King Soopers, Fry’s and Fry’s Marketplace, Hilander, Owen’s, Pay Less, QFC,  Ralphs and Smith’s. You can use the card to purchase any merchandise in-store, but can’t be used online. Once your card value is empty, you can reload a zero balance Card to add value within 90 days.

How to buy Kroger Family of Stores Gift Card:

You can purchase it at any Kroger Family of Store or purchase online at https://www.kroger.com/purchaseNewGiftCards!

Need help for your card, visit www.Gcbalance.com or call customer service at 1-866-822-6252.

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6 comments on “www.Gcbalance.com - Check Kroger Gift Card Balance Online

  1. Esther

    My mother gave me a Fred Meyer “Holiday Wishes” card valued for $25.00 for Christmas -- the week prior to Christmas was when she’d purchased the cards. Her name is Barbara Freeman. She purchased it at the Salem, Oregon Store on the corner of Lancaster & Market Streets. I don’t know if she kept her receipt or not. Today I went to use it for the first time & they instead gave me a value of $15.00. That is stealing from an 83 year old woman. It makes me furious -- especially because that was less than a month post my father’s death and none of our family had much to share. I am angry and frustrated. Unfortunately the gift tags were thrown away so that I can’t provide the proof.

  2. anne santander

    The same thing happened to me, but twice. I had two $25 gift cards, and each of them only actually gave me $15 at Ralph’s Market. I also did not have the receipt, and neither did my brother who bought them, so I was out the $20, and gcbalance profited that $20.

    The only conclusion to draw if this is happening to others, is that it is by design, and that gcbalance is doing this purposely. No other conclusion can be concluded.

    I am a 45 year old, single mom, with terminal head cancer; stealing from me is just as bad as stealing from the 83 year old who wrote in in February. I will tell everyone who will listen about Kroger/gcbalance. Shame on them.

  3. Pat Kramer

    MY husband received a $50.00 gift card from his job to use at Krogers. I only used it once and my amount was $4.19. Today he tryed to use it and there was only $20.81 left on it. I do not have the receipt. It would be a great idea to keep the receipt that comes with the card.

  4. Barbara Pepper

    yes my mother was given a gift card for christmas,it was valued at 100.00$ however my mother went and only spent 82.99$ we go to use it again and it had 00.00 left on it.i don’t know what you people are trying to pull but i am so angry that you kroger a well known corperation are ripping people off.im gonna tell you this you can either refund the money on the gift card or have a lawsuit on your hands just for 17.00$ so if i were you all id be getting in touch with us ASAP— 955-7134 AND ASK FOR BARBARA PEPPER I SUGGEST YOU CALL—

  5. G

    I got a $ 20 dollar gift cad, did not use it for 2months and was told I had a zero balance

  6. frank currey

    i got just a $5.00 card, tried to use it , and it had a zero balance

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