Kroger Weekly Ad Deals: 8/1-8/7/11

by Marcy on August 1, 2011 · 8 comments

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Here is a list of the best deals that I see at Kroger this week. Please note that I use a Central Ohio ad when compiling these deals, and that coupons up to $0.99 are doubled at my store. Be sure to check your local ad to confirm deals and coupon doubling rules in your area.

NOTE: Find more information about shopping at Kroger, including information about eCoupons (Cellfire, P&G eSaver, Kroger.com, Upromise and Shortcuts) plus more on my Kroger Resources/FAQs page here.

BACK TO SCHOOL

Top Flight Standards 1 Subject Notebook (70 sheet) or Oxford Twin Pocket Portfolio – $0.15/ea

Top Flight Composition Book, Office Works: #2 Pencils (10 pk), Office Works Glue (5 oz) – $0.50/ea

GROCERY

Rotisserie Chicken – $3.99/ea

Silk Soymilk – $2.79/ea
Use $0.55/1 Silk Soymilk
Use $0.75/1 Silk Soymilk
Final Price = $1.29-1.69/ea

Yoplait Yogurt (4-8 ct or 32 oz) – $1.88/ea
Use $0.75/2 Kids Yoplait (if included)
Use $0.75/2 Kids Yoplait (if included)
Use $0.75/2 Kids Yoplait (if included)
Use $0.75/2 Yoplait Kids Yogurt 7/10/2011 SS Insert (exp 9/3/2011)
Load a $0.75/2 Yoplait Products 7/29/2011 Kroger eCoupon on to your Kroger card
Load a $0.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, or Splitz Yogurt 7/12/2011 Cellfire eCoupon on to your Kroger card
Final Price = $1.13-1.51/ea wyb 2

Tropicana Pure Premium OJ or Trop50 (59 oz) – $2.92/ea
Use $1/1 Tropicana Pure Premium Product 7/10/2011 RP Insert (exp 8/31/2011)
Final Price = $1.92/ea

Knorr Rice or Pasta Sides – $1/ea
Use $1.35/3 Knorr Rice Pasta and Sides
Use $0.75/3 Knorr Rice and Pasta Sides
Use $1.85/7 Knorr Rice and Pasta Sides
Final Price = $0.50-0.55/ea wyb 3 or $0.74/ea wyb 7

Betty Crocker Helpers (Hamburger, Tuna or Chicken) – $1.25/ea
Use $0.75/3 Hamburger Helper, Tuna or Chicken Helper 7/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/10/2011)
Use $0.75/3 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken 6/12/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/6/2011)
Use $0.80/4 Betty Crocker Helpers
Use $0.80/4 Betty Crocker Helpers
Final Price = $0.85/ea wyb 4 or $0.75/ea wyb 3

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks or Treats – $2.50/ea
Use $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks 7/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 9/10/2011)
Use $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
Use $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
Use $0.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
Final Price = $2/ea wyb 2

Combos Snacks – $1.25/ea
Load a $0.25/1 Combos Snacks Kroger eCoupon on to your Kroger card
Final Price = $1/ea

Chex Mix, Gardetto’s or Bugles Snacks – $1.67/ea
Use $0.50/2 Chex Mix or Chex 100 Calorie Snacks 6/12/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/6/2011)
Use $0.50/1 General Mills Sweet’n Salty Chex Mix 7/10/2011 SS Insert (exp 9/3/2011)
Final Price = $0.67-1.17/ea

Kettle Brand Chips = $3/ea
Use $1/1 Kettle Brand Potato Chips 6/19/2011 RP Insert (exp 8/6/2011)
Final Price = $2/ea

Lipton Tea (12 pk bottles) – $4.99/ea
Load a $2/2 Lipton Tea Bottles Kroger eCoupon on to your Kroger card
Final Price = $3.99/ea wyb 2

Pillsbury Ready to Bake Cookies or Sweet Moments Desserts – $2.50/ea
Use $0.50/1 Pillsbury Cookie Dough
Use $0.50/1 Pillsbury Cookie Dough
Use $0.60/1 Pillsbury Cookies
Use $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments
Use $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments
Use $1/1 Pillsbury Sweet Moments
Final Price = $1.30-1.50/ea

Cascadian Farm Organic Cereal or Granola Bars – $2.99/ea
Use $1/1 Cascadian Farm Product
Final Price = $1.99/ea

Ore Ida Potatoes – $2.99/ea
Load a $1/1 Ore Ida Potatoes Kroger eCoupon on to your Kroger Card
Final Price = $1.99/ea

New York Garlic Bread – $2.79/ea
Use $1/1 New York Brand Frozen Products 7/24/2011 SS Insert (exp 10/31/2011)
Use $0.75/1 New York Brand Frozen Products 5/22/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/15/2011)
Final Price = $1.29-1.79/ea

Totino’s Party Pizza – $1.25/ea
Use $1/4 Totino’s Party Pizza
Use $1/4 Totino’s Party Pizza
Use $1/4 Totino’s Party Pizza
Final Price = $1/ea wyb 4

Totino’s Pizza Rolls (40 ct) – $2.99/ea
Use $0.40/2 Totino’s Pizza Rolls
Use $0.40/2 Totino’s Pizza Rolls
Final Price = $2.59/ea wyb 2

Pillsbury Toaster Strudels, Scrambles or Biscuits – $1.99/ea
Use $0.50/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudels
Use $0.50/2 Pillsbury Frozen Breakfast Items
Use $0.50/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries
Use $0.50/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries 5/22/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/13/2011)
Final Price = $1.39-1.49/ea

TGI Friday’s Entrees – $2.20/ea
Use $1/1 T.G.I. Friday’s Frozen Entree For One
Final Price = $1.20/ea

PERSONAL CARE

Crest Toothpaste (6.4 oz) – $1/ea
Use $0.75/1 Crest Toothpaste 7/31/2011 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2011)
Use $0.50/1 Crest Toothpaste 7/31/2011 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2011)
Final Price = FREE

Oral-B Indicator Toothbrush (1 ct) – $1/ea
Use $0.75/2 Oral-B Manual Toothbrushes 7/31/2011 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2011)
Final Price = $0.25/ea wyb 2

Dove Deodorant – $2.99/ea
Use B1G1 Dove Men+Care Deodorant WYB Women’s Deodorant 7/31/2011 RP Insert (exp 8/28/2011)
Final Price = $2.99 + FREE Dove Men+Care

Degree Deodorant – $2.99/ea
Use $0.75/1 Degree 7/31/2011 RP Insert (exp 8/28/2011)
Final Price = $1.49/ea

Q-Tips Cotton Swabs (500 ct) – $2.99/ea
Use $0.30/1 Q-Tips Cotton Swabs Product 7/31/2011 RP Insert (exp 8/28/2011) or
Load a $0.75/1 Q-Tips Cotton Swabs Product Kroger eCoupon on to your Kroger card
Final Price = $2.24-2.39/ea

Huggies Wipes (184-216 ct) – $5.99/ea
Use $0.50/1 Huggies Baby Wipes 7/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/13/2011)
Final Price = $4.99/ea

Huggies Diapers or Pull Ups (26-100 ct) – $18.99/ea
Use $3/1 Huggies Diapers 60ct+ 7/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/13/2011)
Use $2/1 Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants
Final Price = $15.99-16.99/ea

HOUSEHOLD

Tide Detergent (liquid 24-32 loads, powder 31-40 loads) – $5.99/ea
Downy or Bounce Fabric Softener (52-60 loads, 100-120 sheets) – $4.99/ea

Mix and Match – Buy 2, get $2 Off
Use $1/1 Tide Detergent 7/31/2011 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2011)
Load a $1/1 Tide Detergent Kroger eCoupon on to your Kroger card
Use $2/1 Tide or Gain Powder Detergent 7/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/31/2011)
Use $0.25/1 Downy Liquid or Dryer Sheets 7/31/2011 P&G Insert (exp 8/31/2011)
Final Price = $2.99-3.49/ea

Cottonelle Bathroom Tissue (12 double rolls) – $6.99/ea
Use $0.75/1 Cottonelle Bath Tissue 7/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/28/2011)
Use $0.50/1 Cottonelle Toilet Paper
Final Price = $5.49-5.99/ea

Viva Paper Towels (6 rolls) – $6.99/ea
Use $0.60/1 Viva Paper Towels Big Rolls 7/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 8/28/2011)
Final Price = $5.79/ea

What did I miss? Please feel free to leave a comment sharing any deals you find at Kroger this week!


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1 Jennifer August 1, 2011 at 7:57 PM

Hi Marcy,

This website is really great! I too live in Columbus, Ohio, so the deals you find are very appropriate to me too. I work during the day, but I keep an eye on your site to help me organize deals to coupons.

I do have to say – and this is nothing about you – but there must be an extreme couponer or two (when I say extreme, I mean those that clear the shelves even when they are fully stocked) who live in my area of Columbus. Many times the deals that you help me find I cannot get because someone or some people have already cleared the shelves. Now, I am all for people stocking up. About once twice a quarter I too order coupons from ebay for those great coupons on products I use, and I stock up too. But I never clear the shelf. In fact, I have gone to two different stores to stock up because I didn’t want to take everything the first store had. I wish others did the same for me too.

The Kroger deals started today. I am at work during the day and then have to come home to let the dog out. By the time I get to Kroger, its still the first day of the sale but its around 7 PM and many of the HOT deals are gone. Its very frustrating to a working person. I can only get so many rainchecks per item.

Maybe you can blog about that to your readers.

2 S. Foster August 2, 2011 at 9:12 AM

I fully agree with Jennifer. I to cannot make it to the stores until late in the evening. I get excited about going to the store for some great deals, only to find that everything I wanted to buy was out of stock for the day because others before me cleared the shelves.

On another note, I went to Kroger’s in Reynoldsburg (on the corner of Main and Taylor) yesterday and found some awesome deals!

1. 5 lbs bags of Domino Sugar are on clearance for $1.99 and if you got the $.50 coupon from the 7/26 insert, you can get 5 lbs of sugar for $.99!

2. Also, there is a clearance on AquaFresh Extreme Clean Toothpaste for $1.25. If you visit their website, http://www.aquafresh.com/Savings.aspx, you can get a $1 off coupon and get it for $.25!

3. Reach floss is on sale for $.97. If you got the $1 off coupon from a few days ago you can get them for FREE!

4. Gerber Lil Meals on are on sale for $.99. If you printed the $.50 off coupon last month, you can get them for FREE!

3 Natalie August 2, 2011 at 9:26 AM

I live in Columbus too (Dublin) and I’ve found the same thing. However, I have realized that there are just so many more people using coupons now than when I started 3 years ago. I think some of the time it’s just a lot of people wanting the same deals. I know that my local Krogers (3 of them nearby) have started limiting the number of ‘like’ coupons now to 4. Maybe that will help sometimes.
The last thing is that I’m getting so used to asking for rainchecks now, I am almost as happy to get them as the great deal and being able to pick up the items the next week. It’s true that you may have to go a couple of times to get enough rainchecks if you have a lot of the same coupons (if you bought some from ebay, for example) .
I try not to get frustrated, because if it works out…. that’s great. If it doesn’t, then there are always lots of deals coming up. It’s taken me a while to get to this point and I was a bit obsessive in the beginning, but I’ve taken a couple of short breaks ( a week!) from couponing over 3 years and I’ve always come back with a positive attitude. Sorry, I certainly don’t mean to preach, but I just wanted share my thoughts.

4 kh August 3, 2011 at 8:12 AM

I also live in Columbus (westerville) and totally agree with you ladies, especially when something is on sale and your coupon is about to expire. I have always been respectful of other shoppers but I am only using 2 or 3 coupons not 10+ like the “extremers” as seen on TLC. Who can possibly use 80 bottles of mustard or 60 toothbrushes. It does get very frustrating when you are just trying to spare your family budget and can not score a good deal.

5 Nicole August 3, 2011 at 8:08 PM

I went to the Kroger in Hilliard Sunday to catch some of the last minute HOT deals. I was checking out and the lady at the register was super rude. I had a BOGO for Oral B Toothbrush and a coupon for the Buy One. The BOGO did not state I could not use with another coupon and I’ve never had this problem before at this store. She was very rude about it even when I asked why. She even snuffed at me when I paid for the items that didn’t end up being free from coupons. I follow the 3 coupon rule abide the stores policy. Is it necessary to judge those who are having trouble making ends meat and use coupons as a way to get by?

6 Britni @ Our Eventual Homestead August 4, 2011 at 8:39 PM

@ Nicole – I had the same thing happen to me last weekend! I had BOGO on dog treats and $1 off to match with it. I have never had a problem before and the cashier was less than polite about it. I will be avoiding her line from now on!

Also, I agree with all of you. I wanted to grab a couple tubes of toothpaste last week to add to my stockpile and the deal was completely gone. I’ve noticed this a lot more since the TLC show came out. Oh well, maybe I’ll get the next deal :)

7 Frank August 7, 2011 at 4:26 PM

I think also that Kroger especially as all grocery stores are; very aware of the deals out there and the coupons as well as what they are offering deals on and limit the number of items on the shelf…

8 Frank August 7, 2011 at 4:27 PM

I also live in Columbus and shop at the Westerville Schrock Rf store and Bexley E Main St.

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