A $250 Kroger coupon is evidently too good to be true, the company said in a social media post Monday morning.
The Cincinnati-based supermarket chain said an unauthorized $250 store coupon circulating on social media is not affiliated with or supported by the Kroger Company.
It also warned people to not give their personal information by taking part in the survey attached to the coupon.
"Our team is actively working to address this issue," the company said in its Facebook post.
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While you can't use the coupon to buy Kroger items, you can soon purchase Kroger-produced clothing, according to media reports.
Kroger introduced a clothing line called "Dip" on Monday and it will be available for men, women, juniors, kids and babies by the fall.
"Dip is simple, fresh, and goes great with everything," Canadian fashion designer Joe Mimran said in Monday's announcement. "We looked at Kroger's unmatched heritage in food. We thought about the fun, easy energy of the clothes."
It's the first time Kroger has sold clothing under their own label, WCPO reported. The line will be sold in more than 300 Kroger Marketplace stores.
Kroger Senior Vice President of Merchandising, Robert Clark, said the line will be "easy to buy, easy to wear and easy to love."