Kroger Weekly Ad Deals: 11/28-12/4/11

by Jennifer on November 27, 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,, Upromise and Shortcuts) plus more on my new Kroger Resources/FAQs page here.

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DiGiorno Ultimate Toppings, Stuffed Crust or Pizza Plus – $5.99/ea
Use $1/1 DiGiorno Rising Crust Pizza RP Insert (exp 12/13/2011)
Final Price = $4.99/ea

Kellogg’s Cereal (10-17 oz) – $1.99/ea
Use $1/3 Kellogg’s Rice Krispies Cereal Kellogg’s (exp 12/10/2011)
Use $1/4 Kellogg’s Raisin Bran Cereals Kellogg’s (exp 12/10/2011)
Final Price = $1.66-$1.74/ea

Lean Cuisine or Stouffer’s Entrees – $2.50/ea

Edy’s Ice Cream or Nestle or Edy’s Frozen Treats – $3.33/ea

Keebler Cookies – $2/ea

Nutri-Grain Cereal Bars or Pop Tarts (12 ct) – $2.49/ea
Use $1/3 Kellogg’s Pop Tarts or Mini Crisps, 6 ct+ Kellogg’s (exp 12/10/2011)
Final Price = $2.16/ea

Powerade or Powerade Zero – $0.69/ea

Hunt’s Pasta Sauce, Tomatoes, Paste or Sauce – $1/ea
Use $0.40/2 Hunt’s Tomatoes, 11 oz+ Hunt’s (exp 12/31/2050)
Final Price = $0.60/ea

Nestle Toll House Morsels – $2.49/ea
Use $1/2 Nestle Toll House Morsels RP Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
Use $0.50/2 Nestle Toll House Morsels , any variety Very Best (exp 12/31/2050)
Final Price = $1.99/ea

Nestle Toll House Ready To Bake Cookies – $2.50/ea
Use $0.75/1 Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie or Brownie Dough Product Nestle Family (exp 12/31/2050)
Use $1.25/2 Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough , any variety Very Best (exp 12/31/2050)
Final Price = $1-$1.75/ea

Chef Boyardee Pasta – $1/ea

Cheez-It Crackers – $2.69/ea
Use $1/2 Sunshine Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers, 9.75-14 oz Snackpicks (exp 12/31/2050)
Final Price = $2.19/ea

Doritos or Ruffles Potato Chips – $2.50/ea

Hunt’s Snack Pack or Gelatin – $1/ea

Hot or Lean Pockets Family Pack – $9.99/ea
Use $2/1 Hot Pockets Family Value Pack, 49.5-58.5 oz (exp 12/02/2011)
Final Price = $7.99/ea

Manwich or Wolf Brand Chili – $1/ea

Starbucks Coffee (11-12 oz) – $7.49/ea

Maxwell House Coffee (31.5-34.5 oz) – $8.99/ea
Use $1/1 Maxwell House Canister, 31.5-34.5 oz Kraft (exp 12/31/2011)
Use $1.50/1 Maxwell House or Yuban Coffee, 31.5 oz+ Kroger eCoupon (exp 12/03/2011)
Final Price = $7.49-$7.99/ea

Yoplait Yogurt – $0.60/ea
Use $0.40/6 Yoplait Yogurt Cups (exp 12/02/2011)
Use $0.50/8 Yoplait Yogurt Cups (exp 12/05/2011)
Use $0.40/6 Yoplait Yogurt Cups, Includes Original, Light, Thick & Creamy, OR Whips Kroger eCoupon (exp 11/28/2011)
Final Price = $0.47/ea

Minute Maid Orange Juice or Simply Lemonade – $2.50/ea
Use $1/1 Minute Maid Bottle, 59 oz, any variety, Choose a friend to share with for coupon Facebook (exp 12/31/2050)
Final Price = $1.50/ea

El Monterey Snacks – $3.99/ea
Use $0.75/1 El Monterey Mexican Snacks SS Insert (exp 01/31/2012)
Use $1/1 El Monterey Mexican Snacks SS Insert (exp 11/30/2011)
Final Price = $2.49-$2.99/ea

Hershey’s Kisses, Rolo, or York Peppermint Candies – $3/ea
Use $1/3 Hershey’s Candy Snack Size Bags: Reese’s, Kit Kat, Hershey’s Milk Chocolate, York, Almond Joy, Mounds, Payday, Jolly Rancher, Milk Duds, Whoopers, or Twizzlers, 9-22 oz SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
Use $1/3 Hershey’s Kisses, 10 oz+ SS Insert (exp 12/31/2011)
Final Price = $2.67/ea

Horizon Organic Milk (3 pk) – $2.49/ea
Use $0.55/1 Horizon Product Horizon (exp 12/31/2050)
Final Price = $1.39/ea

Fage Greek Yogurt – $1/ea

Eckrich Franks or Bologna – $1.66/ea


Degree or Dove Deodorant – $1.88/ea
Use $0.35/1 Degree Men Anti-perspirant or Deodorant Stick RP Insert (exp 12/11/2011)
Use $0.25/1 Degree Men Anti-perspirant or Deodorant Stick RP Insert (exp 12/11/2011)
Use $1/1 Degree Men Deodorant Facebook (exp 12/31/2050)
Use $1.50/1 Dove Visible Care Product Kroger eCoupon (exp 01/28/2012)
Use $0.25/1 Dove Men+Care Anti-perspirant or Deodorant RP Insert (exp 12/11/2011)
Use $2/2 Dove Go Fresh Deodorant + Body Mist Combo, excludes travel sizes, trial sizes and bonus packs Dove (exp 12/31/2050)
Final Price =  $0.38-$1.38/ea


Quilted Northern Bathroom Tissue (12 rl) – $5.99/ea
Use $1/1 Quilted Northern Soft and Strong or Quilted Northern Ultra Plush, 12 Double Roll. Kroger eCoupon (exp 12/14/2011)
Final Price = $4.99/ea

Ziploc Disposable Food Storage Containers – $2.50/ea
Use $1.50/2 Ziploc Brand Containers, p.176-177 Good Housekeeping, Oct 2011 (exp 02/28/2012)
Use $1.50/2 Ziploc Containers, p.126-127 Shape, Oct 2011 (exp 12/31/2011)
Final Price = $1.75/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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{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Julie November 27, 2011 at 9:39 PM

On Target’s website, there’s a $1.00/2 Hot or Lean Pockets. It’s under their printables, but it is a manufacturer’s coupon.

2 Nicole November 30, 2011 at 3:51 PM

UP2U gum 10/$10 If you still have the $1/1 coupons Free gum! Great for stocking stuffers!

3 Haley November 30, 2011 at 10:42 PM

Does anyone understand the promotion going on with Kroger and Kroger Marketplace? Every $100 you spend at Kroger you get $10 at Kroger Marketplace…I’m trying to understand how it works. Please Help!! Thanks!

4 tash December 1, 2011 at 8:16 AM

Haley- Look at your last receipt, it should tell you how much you spent during the promotion time (gift cards didn’t count). Let’s say you spent $235.41 you can go to a Kroger Marketplace (look on their site to find one near you, there are 7 in central Ohio.) and buy Marketplace goods (not grocery) and get $20 off your Marketplace total when you scan your card.

Any money you spent during the specified time at any Kroger counts toward your total. But you can only use the credits on Marketplace goods. And you have to spend the credit before the 4th.

5 Marcy December 1, 2011 at 1:18 PM

Tash – THANK YOU! I am so glad you both commented because I would have totally forgotten about this promo!

I just want to add – if you don’t have a receipt – stop by customer service and they will tell you how much you have to spend on toys/household items etc… based on your Kroger card #. And the total will come off automatically at check out.

6 tash December 2, 2011 at 11:24 AM

I went yesterday. It was crazy, kinda like black Friday. Customer service can help you but be prepared for the line of people doing the same thing.

You have to spend more then your credit. So if you have a $20 credit make sure you spend at least $20 on non-food things. You also can’t apply it to gift cards.

I scanned everything first (u scan) then scanned my card (and watched the card things come off) then hit pay and it asked if I wanted to use my credit. Of course I hit yes and then paid the remainder.

7 Haley December 2, 2011 at 2:54 PM

I went today and it was madness! Not much left on the shelves but I managed to get my $60 worth! Its so worth it! Free is the best!

8 Christina December 3, 2011 at 8:27 PM

@Nicole: Thanks for the heads up on the UP2U gum! My boys have been nagging me for some gum so I was able to get some for them!

I also wanted to add that Kroger has their Kellogg’s Cereal (10-17 oz) – $1.99/ea and if you go to Kroger’s digital coupons they have a coupon for $1.00 off Kellogg’s Cereal making it only $.99!!

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