CNCINNATI — Kroger here yesterday said it would offer shoppers a chance to extend their tax rebate and/or economic stimulus checks by exchanging them for Kroger gift cards with as much as $120 in additional face value. Gift card amounts correspond to the payment amounts outlined by the Internal Revue Service for the federal economic stimulus program. Beginning May 2, customers loading $300 onto a Kroger gift card will see the card valued at $330, with $600 earning two $330 gift cards and ...

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