Smith's Accepting Visa Credit Cards Again

Grocery Chain Stopped Taking Them In April

Mitch Kelly
October 31, 2019 - 6:06 am

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LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) - The parent company of the Smith's Food And Drug store chain is once again accepting Visa credit cards.

The company created quite a stir back in April when it suddenly stopped accepting Visa, citing the high fees the credit card company charged them.

Kroger gave no reason why they're suddenly accepting Visa credit cards once again. The stores still accepted Visa debit cards.

Smith’s has over 20,000 employees across the mountain west, including stores in Nevada, Utah, New Mexico, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana and Arizona.