What are Kroger Money Services hours of operation today?
At Kroger Money Services, you can perform many transactions that you would normally go to a bank for. If you don’t have a bank account, your bank is closed, or you just don’t want to make another stop, Kroger Money Services is convenient and inexpensive.
What are Kroger Money Services hours of operation?
More Kroger Money Services Locations are open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., seven days a week, including most holidays. However, hours may vary by location, so it’s always best to call the store to be sure.
What can you do at Kroger Money Services?
Here is an overview of the types of transactions you can perform at Kroger Money Services branches.
Pay the bills
At a Kroger Money Services branch, you can pay:
- Utility bills
- Car payments
- Cable TV bills
- Telephone bills
- Child support
To pay bills at Kroger Money Services, bring your bill stub and cash to cover the cost of the bill.
Kroger Money Services can process payments via Western Union, MoneyGram, CheckFreePay, FirsTech and Fidelity Express. More than 15,000 billers accept payments from Kroger Money Services.
Even if you don’t have a bank account, you can cash checks at Kroger Money Services. You can cash out:
- pay checks
- Government checks, such as social security checks
- Income tax refund checks
- Insurance settlements
- Company checks
- Alimony checks
You can also cash PIN debit cards.
To cash a check, you will need to bring the check and a valid ID. Acceptable ID includes US passport, driver’s license or other state-issued ID, military ID, resident alien ID, consular ID or a tribal or reservation nation identity card.
The cost to cash a check up to $2,000 is $4 if you have a Kroger card and $4.50 if you don’t. If your check is over this amount, the cost is $7 with a Kroger card and $7.50 without a card. Costs may vary by location.
Send or receive money
You can send money domestically or internationally, or collect money sent to you, using Western Union and Ria Money Transfer. You can receive money in cash, from an ATM or deposited into a bank account.
You will need to bring the funds you wish to send, either in cash or by debit card; the recipient’s name, city, state, and country; and your own government-issued ID. Fees vary depending on the amount sent and where it is sent.
Purchase of mandates
A money order is like a paper check, except anyone can buy one, even if you don’t have a checking account. As you pay the amount of the mandate at the time of purchase, there is no risk that it will not be honored.
To purchase a money order, you will need your social security number or tax ID number and valid identification. Acceptable identification includes a U.S. passport, state-issued ID, driver’s license, resident alien ID, military ID, consular ID, or a tribal or reservation nation identity card.
The charge for a money order can vary but is generally 84 cents if you have a Kroger card and 88 cents if you don’t. Money orders are generally limited to $1,000.
Buy prepaid cards
You can also purchase prepaid cards from Kroger Money Services. A prepaid card is a debit card that is not associated with a bank account. You buy the card and the card user can spend that amount using the card just like you would with a debit or credit card – online, at the point of sale or even withdrawing cash at an ATM automatique.
Prepaid card costs vary. The activation fee, which you pay when you purchase the card, ranges from $1.95 to $3.95. You can top up a prepaid card, and charges for this range up to $4.95. Some cards have monthly fees of up to $9.95. ATM fees range from $0 to $3 per transaction.
Some cards refund eligible purchases you make with them in cash. You can also have your salary or government benefits deposited directly to your prepaid card.
Kroger Money Center offers PayPal, Netspend, GO2bank, Ufan and Dot Vert prepaid cards.
Information is accurate as of May 16, 2022.