Kroger Triple Coupons: 9/25-9/27

by Marcy on September 25, 2009 · 6 comments

Kroger is running TRIPLE coupons again this weekend (Friday 9/25- Sunday 9/27) in select stores. While I know that Central OH Kroger stores are participating, I have not yet confirmed other locations. (Thanks, Frugal and Thrifty Mama!)

Here is how the Kroger Triple Coupon Promo Works:

Coupons up to and including $0.50 will triple to $1.50. If your store doubles up to $0.99, coupons from $0.51-0.99 will continue to double. If your store does not double over $0.50 that will still be the case.

This promo runs Friday (9/25) through Sunday (9/27). There is no limit on the number of coupons you can use, and internet printables WILL also triple provided they have unique serial numbers (which is almost always the case unless someone is making illegal copies).

If this promo is running like previous triple coupon promotions, a large area of Ohio and a small part of WV should be included. In the past, Cincinnati and Dayton were not included.

Here is partial list of stores that might be participating. Please call ahead to confirm:


* ALL Central Ohio Stores
* Mt. Vernon
* Marion
* Delaware
* Mansfield
* Chillicothe
* Circleville
* Sandusky
* Toledo
* Washington Court House
* Portsmouth
* Jackson
* Lancaster
* Bellefontaine
* Saint Clairsville
* Martins Ferry
* Bellaire
* Steubenville
* Zanesville

West Virginia

* Weirton
* Wheeling
* Moundsville

As always, please call ahead to your local store to confirm if they are participating. And if you live near the store you may even have better luck stopping in to see for yourself, as not all store employees seemed to know about this promo the last time it ran.

Now might also be a good time to start printing your coupons at,, if you haven’t already!

Here are a few triple coupon match ups based on this week’s ad:


Kroger is hosting yet another 10 Item Mega Event! Between 9/14-9/27, purchase 10 qualifying Nestle and Kraft items in one transaction and receive $5 off instantly! There is no limit to the number of times that you do this per transaction. Please note that the prices listed below assume that you are buying 10 participating items. Please see your ad for additional participating items – I only list those that I could find coupon matches for.

Jell-O Pudding or Gelatin (boxes) – $0.99/ea
Use $0.50/2 here or in 7/26 Smart Source insert or in Sept/Fall Kraft Food & Family magazine
Final Price = $0.24/ea when you buy 2

Hot, Lean or Croissant Pockets – $1.49/ea
Use $0.50/2 in 9/13 Red Plum insert
Final Price = $0.74/ea when you buy 2

Juicy Juice (64 oz) – $1.99/ea
Use $0.50/2 in 8/9 Red Plum insert
Final Price = $1.24/ea

Skinny Cow Frozen Treats (4-12 ct) – $2.49/ea
Use $0.50/1 Truffle Bars (if included) here
Final Price = $0.99/ea

Coffee-mate Creamer (32 oz) – $2.99/ea
Use $0.50/1 in 8/9 Red Plum insert
Final Price = $1.49/ea


Land O Frost Lunchmeat – $2.99/ea
Use $0.50/1 in 8/9 Red Plum insert
Final Price = $1.49/ea

Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks – $1.77/ea
Use $0.40/1 or $0.50/2 here and here or in 8/9 or 9/13 GM inserts
Final Price = $0.57-1.02/ea

Playtex Sport or Gentle Glide (16-18 ct) – $2.99/ea

Use $0.50/1 in 8/16 Smart Source insert
Final Price = $1.49/ea

Suave Naturals or Professionals Shampoo or Conditioner – $1.28/ea
Use $0.50/2 in 8/2 Red Plum insert
Final Price = $0.53/ea when you buy 2

If you have scored any great deals, I would love it if you could share in the comments!

See a complete list of deals at Kroger this week here.

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Jennifer September 25, 2009 at 12:48 PM

You can also add Steubenville, OH to the list. They had the information the newspaper a couple of days ago.

2 K September 25, 2009 at 5:50 PM

Once again, *thank you* Kroger for giving your HOMETOWN of Cincinnati the short end of the stick.

Boo :(

3 $5 Dinner Mom September 26, 2009 at 12:46 PM

I’m thinking we should move to Colombus ;) What is up with Cincy/Day being so behind in the times!!!


4 Leslie September 26, 2009 at 2:52 PM

Reach Floss $1.49; use .50/1 Q. Betty Crocker potatoes (pouch) $1.29; use .40/1 Q. Just a couple of good finds from my trip this morning. Thanks for the tip on triples!

5 Anonymous September 26, 2009 at 8:52 PM

A family member used to work for Kroger’s Home Office and said Cincinnati makes too much money to offer triple coupons – They were slow to get the Plus Card going too – I lived in Lexington and we had the Plus card for over a year before it ever made it to Cincinnati.

6 nicole September 27, 2009 at 1:00 AM

you can add zanesville to the list. I went last night and spent ten bucks and got so much stuff.

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