Short Answer: King Soopers sells Western Union money orders for fees around $1 to $1.10, with a limit of $1,000. However, you can only cash a money order at some King Soopers locations. For more details on the King Soopers money order policy, see below.
King Soopers Money Order Policy
King Soopers sells Western Union money orders at its money services desk during regular store hours.
Fees and Limits
King Soopers charges a fee of around $1.10 to purchase a money order.
If you have a King Soopers Community Rewards card, you’ll save about $0.10 on your money order fee.
In most cases, you can purchase a money order worth up to $1,000. If you need more than $1,000, you may be able to purchase multiple money orders, though policies may vary by store location.
Note that if you do purchase multiple money orders, you’ll pay the money order fee for each one.
You’ll need to show identification to buy a money order at King Soopers.
Acceptable types include:
- Driver’s license
- Matricula Consular ID
- Military ID
- Resident Alien ID
- State-issued, non-driver ID
- Tribal Nation or Reservation ID
- U.S. passport
You can buy a money order with cash, a debit card, or a credit card at King Soopers.
If you’re using cash, remember that you’ll need the total money order amount and the fee amount in cash.
Filling Out a Money Order
Once you purchase your money order, you’ll need to fill in the payee’s information before sending it.
See our related research for instructions on how to fill out money orders of all types (including Western Union).
Lost or Stolen Money Orders
If your money order is lost or stolen, you might be able to get a refund. See our related research on how to get a refund on any type of money order.
Cashing a Money Order
Some King Soopers stores will cash Western Union money orders, but the policy varies by location. It’s best to call your local King Soopers to see if it will cash your money order before visiting.
If your nearest King Soopers doesn’t cash money orders, find other options on our list of places that cash them.
Yesterday I purchased a money order from King Soopers (Boulder, Table Mesa) and the charge was $12.50 to send $100.00. So I guess I do not understand the fee range. Sixty-five cents?
It sounds like you did a money transfer, not a money order. With money transfers, you can send money electronically, and fees for that service vary a lot depending on where you send the money to. When you buy a money order, on the other hand, you pay for a paper money order, which looks much like a personal check. Money orders are generally inexpensive in grocery stores — they usually charge less than $1. I checked on Western Union’s agent locator, and King Soopers in Boulder does do money transfers as well. If you want to see if the money transfer price was correct, you can use Western Unions estimator to compare to what you were actually charged.