King Soopers Card



Step One:  Purchase a pre-loaded $5 reloadable gift card from Cottonwood Creek.

Step Two:   RELOAD (add value to) the card with any amount up to $500 per transaction, BEFORE grocery scanning begins at King Soopers. (NOTE: If you load your card at the customer service desk, there is a 5 minute delay before the funds will be available, so it’s easier to do it right at your register!)

Step Three:  Use, Reload, Use, Reload…..

When you shop and pay for your purchases using the King Soopers card, Cottonwood Creek Elementary will receives 5% back!

  • Cards available from the PTO Treasurers Lisa Farr or Kimber Foster (
  • Use the cards for everything at King Soopers (except services).
  • Buy gas at the King Sooper’s gas stations.  (The closest one to Cottonwood is the “Loaf and Jug” station at the Orchard and Holly shopping center, near Panera and across Holly from the Koebel Library.)
  • Buy a reward cards for friends, college students and members of your extended family! Each card purchased will be linked to Cottonwood.
  • Good nationwide at all Kroger affiliated stores.
  • CAUTION: The cards expire if they have a zero balance for 90 days.


Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use a credit card to reload my King Soopers Gift Card?

YES, there is NO penalty for using a credit card. You will still receive the full 5% reward no matter which method of payment you use and you can still earn points with your credit card company, also while earning Gas Reward points! A Triple Win!

How does it work?

We receive a statement every 4 weeks for all reloads during that period. Once the total reloads of all cards reaches $5,000 or more, King Soopers cuts a check and Cottonwood’s account will be credited for 5% of every dollar you loaded onto your card(s) during that four-week period.

Can I use the Gift Card again?

YES, Your King Soopers card is issued ONCE and can be used over and over and over again! You can reload is as often as you like.

What happens if a Neighborhood Reward Card is lost or is thrown away?

Each reloadable King Soopers card comes with an ID Number on the back that keeps track of your balance. If your card is lost, your money isn’t gone (provided someone didn’t find the card and use it immediately). If your card is lost, the balance can be retrieved from the computer, your old number is retired, and a new card is issued with the balance from your lost card! A new Card will then need to be purchased from Cottonwood via Namie Liu at in order to have it linked to Cottonwood. *Cards purchased at the store cannot be linked to Cottonwood.

What can be purchased with King Soopers Neighborhood Reward Cards?

Any merchandise in a King Soopers or its affiliated stores INCLUDING GAS at King Soopers or City Market Fuel Centers. Services, however, are not included such as Western Union, Money Orders, Ticket Master, Postage Stamps, Lottery Tickets, etc.

How do I find the balance on my Neighborhood Reward Card?

In one of four ways: The balance is always printed on the bottom of your register receipt; Visit; call 1-866-822-6252; or your cashier can check your balance.

Will the card be identified as a fundraising card?

Yes!! Your fundraising card will have a Cottonwood Reloadable sticker on the card to deter you from throwing the card away!

How can this program be the most successful for your student?

1) Participants need to remember to RELOAD their cards at King Soopers.

2) DO NOT THROW AWAY YOUR CARD after the value is depleted. Reload it!

3) Feel free to buy reloadable reward cards for friends, college students and members of your extended family! They’re good across the nation at all Kroger affiliated stores (see below for a list of participating stores.)



* King Soopers Neighborhood Reward Cards are accepted at most Kroger affiliated stores throughout the United States. These include Kroger, King Soopers, City Market, Fred Meyer, Ralphs, Fry’s and Fry’s Marketplace, Dillons, Smith’s Food & Drug, QFC, Food 4 Less, Owen’s, Foodsco, Hilander, Pay-Less, Cala-Bell, Baker’s, Jayc, Fred Meyer Jewelers and Littman & Barclay Jewelers.


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