Addional Kroger Deals to Note…

by Marcy on December 18, 2008 · 0 comments

Today I went to Kroger, and I ended up getting some great deals that I’d like to share. Not all of these are new deals, so forgive me if you’ve seen these already.

* Fleischmann’s Yeast (3 pack strips) are still on sale for $1/ea. Through 12/28 you will get $0.50 Catalina coupons during checkout for each strip that you buy. Today I used a B1G1 Free coupon from the 10/5 Smart Source insert and 2, $0.65/1 coupons from the 11/2 and 12/7 Smart Source inserts. In total, I spent $1 for 4 strips of yeast (12 packets), and earned $2 back in Catalina coupons.

* I also got 4 single roll packs of Cottonelle toilet paper for FREE. I did this by loading a $0.50/1 coupon on to my Kroger card at both Shortcuts.com and Cellfire.com, and using 1 $0.50/1 coupon printed here (the seasonal one), and 2- $0.50/1 coupons that were in the 12/14 Smart Source insert.

* Now through 12/21 you will get $3 off instantly at checkout when you buy any Huggies product(s) (limit 2 per transaction). I purchased one large pack of Huggies Pull Ups at $16.49. I had also loaded a Huggies coupon on to my Kroger card on Cellfire.com which saved me $1.50, plus I had a $2/1 coupon from a package I had purchased previously. Once the $3 was taken off, I got these for $9.99 which is typically how much the smaller packages cost. If you have other scenarios that you’d like to share, please do so in the comments.

* There is a $1.50/1 any Colgate Total toothpaste available on Cellfire.com. If you combine that with the $0.75/1 coupon in the 12/7 Smart Source insert you can get this for FREE.

* Betty Crocker Cookie pouches were $2.29/ea at my store. I loaded a $0.55/1 coupon on to my Kroger card at Shortcuts.com, and paired it with a $0.75/1 coupon that I printed here. Final price for this was $0.24.

* 40 oz boxes of Bisquick cost $3.79 at my store. I loaded a $1/1 coupon on to my Kroger card at Shortcuts.com. I also had a $0.75/1 coupon that I printed here (these might not be available anymore, but you can use $0.60/1 coupons here in the 11/16 and 12/14 Smart Source inserts). My final cost for this was $1.29.

* You can also combine the $0.55/1 coupon on Shortcuts.com with the $0.55/1 coupon here and save $1.65 on one box of Lucky Charms cereal.

* Arnold Bread was on sale, B1G1 Free. I was able to get my favorite (double fiber, whole wheat) for $1.60/ea (1 at $3.19, 1 free), so I bought a few and threw them in the freezer.

So there you have it, the best deals that I purchased for myself at Kroger this week. What about you? Did you find any great deals that I haven’t mentioned?

You can read my Kroger sale/coupon match ups for this week here.


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