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  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
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  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
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  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
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all detergent deal

There is a hot new All detergent coupon on SavingStar that makes an awesome deal at Kroger.  Get $5 back when you spend $15 on All detergent in one or more purchases.  You can stock up on detergent for only 49¢ each!

The SavingStar coupon is good at tons of stores across the US, so not just for Kroger folks. Plus remember this deal is $15 spent before coupons!!

The deal at Kroger though is so awesome though I’m tempted to get in the car and drive through the ice…

All Detergent Coupon:

$5/$15 All laundry detergent SavingStar eCoupon

Kroger Deal This Week

Buy:
(6) All Detergent, 32-50 oz, $2.99
Use:
-$3 instant savings from Mega Event
-$3/2 All Laundry products, RP 1/05
(2) -$2/2 all laundry detergent, 24 load+ printable or Kroger eCoupon
Total Due: $7.94

Get Back: $5 SavingStar Deposit!!

That makes it 49¢ each.

    • mwrnkls

      I’ve always had to sneak in using ecoupons with paper coupons at Kroger. You know, ring up the items first, then your coupons, then your Kroger card (paper looks for digital, but digital doesn’t look for paper in their system).

      Your post clearly says to use both, though, so I’m wondering if I have to keep sneaking around or if they’re openly accepting both on one item, like Publix (whose digital qs are store qs).

      Anybody have experience with this?

      • Amie

        She isn’t advocating sneaking around to stack ecoupons and paper coupons. We are supposed to use one or the other per item. The mega savings are not coupons. You have to buy 6 participating items to get the savings. The $2/2 All coupon is a printable and an ecoupon. You can use a printable and the ecoupon because you get 4 items they attach to. I am pretty sure that publix is the same way – one manufacturer’s coupon per item. It is only store coupons that can be added. I am not judging, but the reason you have trouble with using both is because you are not supposed to use more than one manufacturer’s coupon on an item. It may even be the dreaded ‘coupon fraud.’ HTH

        • mwrnkls

          Publix management has told me clearly that I can use one paper and one ecoupon on one item, plus they advertise that way on the radio here. They’re the only ones I’ve heard day this, though.

          As far as the post, the way it’s written suggests to use the mega event savings (just a sale price), the $3/2 All from the newspaper, AND the $2/2 printable or ecoupon. Which makes it sound like the IP is a store q, which we know is fine, OR use the ecoupon, which is what I’m questioning.

          Usually, on their posts (if I remember right), SS says

          Item, sale. Use:

          1 $2/2 RP 1/19 or
          2 $1/1 SS 1/26 or
          2 .50/1 PG 1/26.

          In this post, it doesn’t look like she’s saying to take your pick, except in the case of choosing between the $2/2 printable or ecoupon. That’s why I was surprised.

          I thought the Kroger ecoupons were store qs also (which would be why their system allows it to work in one order), but that they just didn’t want you to use both a paper and a digital. I’ll have to look closer at the digitals. Thanks!

          Edit: Amanda’s comment above pointed out that the post says to use 3 total coupons, one for each pair. Thanks!

          • Crystal7982

            I’m new to this and a bit confused..If I could get a break down please? I really would love to get this deal. I don’t get the coupon factor..I thought you are only allowed One mf coupon or one ecoupon per item?

            • mwrnkls

              At Kroger, you are only supposed to use one coupon (paper or digital) per item. There are work arounds, but they may be fraudulent, so I can’t endorse them.

              At MY Publix, the manager and a couple of other employees have told my friend & I that we can use one paper (store, mfr, competitor, doesn’t matter) AND one ecoupon per item. BUT, others have said Publix doesn’t allow this, so if you have a Publix, check with your store’s policy :)

    • katkoupon

      Is this week 1 or 2 of the mega event?

      • mwrnkls

        Week 2 of the Buy 6 Save $3.

      • This is week 2.

    • Jessica

      Can I do this deal on Sunday, Feb 2? Kroger is 30 minutes away and would like to not have to make an extra trip :)

      • 3isenuf

        The sale ends at most stores on Saturday.

        • Wynona Cooper

          Check your stores because Kroger is now moving their sale cycle to Wed-Tues so the current sale should not end until Tuesday Feb 4

    • Amanda

      This would not be sneaking she is buying 6 products using 3 coupons. 1 red plum 1 ecoupon and 1 printable w each stating buy 2 so that would equate to 6 products…

      • mwrnkls

        Ooookay, I gotcha! I didn’t catch the count. Thank you! Makes perfect sense now.

    • 3isenuf

      If I have three $3/2 coupons, that makes for an even better deal… $.94 for all 6! I’m heading there tomorrow! Hope they have 6 left.

    • Allison

      If you get the Kroger MyMagazine in the mail, there was also recently a coupon for $1.25 off $5 in laundry detergent that you can stack, since it’s a store coupon!

    • Allison

      If you get the Kroger MyMagazine in the mail, there was also recently a coupon for $1.25 off $5 in laundry detergent that you can stack, since it’s a store coupon!

    • Dawn

      Ok, so in my area (Mid-TN), the sale is $3.49 before the Mega-event deal (which then brings the price down to $2.99). The math on what is posted is $2.99 before the mega event, which kind of messed me up a little. Here is what I did:

      (6) All Detergents at $3.49 each
      —-use—-
      Mega Event Savings $3.00
      (2) $3/2 Coupon (RP 1/5)
      $2/2 e-Coupon (or printed coupon)

      Due in Store: $9.94

      SavingStar deposit: $5
      Each bottle costs: $0.82

    • Dawn

      Ok, so in my area (Mid-TN), the sale is $3.49 before the Mega-event deal (which then brings the price down to $2.99). The math on what is posted is $2.99 before the mega event, which kind of messed me up a little. Here is what I did:

      (6) All Detergents at $3.49 each
      —-use—-
      Mega Event Savings $3.00
      (2) $3/2 Coupon (RP 1/5)
      $2/2 e-Coupon (or printed coupon)

      Due in Store: $9.94

      SavingStar deposit: $5
      Each bottle costs: $0.82

      • Debbie

        That’s what mine costs in Los Angeles!

        • Jen

          Same for me in Georgia. Plus even though I had (3) $3/2 I forgot to remove the $2/2 e-coupon from my plus card but still worked out to $.83 each. Quite a bargain! I prefer Tide but use anything I can get cheap to wash my husbands work clothes and All actually is a pretty good brand

    • KC

      At Kroger can I buy 6 bottles and use the $2/2 ecoupon, $2/2 paper coupon (x2)?
      6 Bottles
      $2/2 ecoupon
      $2/2 paper coupon (x 2)
      Mega event
      Savings star

    • rjo

      The all actually costs $3.50 before savings, so it costs $1 per bottle, not .50

    • Rebecca

      This is how I did it….
      6 Bottles of All detergent @ $2.99 each = $17.94
      – $3 instant savings
      – 3 x $3/2 All Detergents (from the RP 01/05)
      – $5/$15 Savingstar E-coupon
      =$0.94 for 6 bottles of detergent or $0.16 a bottle!!!!

      • Nita

        @ rebecca where would i get the rp 01/05 from I’m new at this

    • Nita

      @ rebecca where would i get the rp 01/05 from