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Kroger: 3 Day Sale Deals

on 10.19.2012 at 1:04pm
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If you are heading to Kroger today or tomorrow don’t miss these extra deals. These are available in the South East region stores through 10/20.

I also added these deals into the full list for Kroger.

3 Day Sale

  • Jumbo Russet Potatoes, 20.8 lb, $2.88 ea.
  • Private Selection Ham, $5.99 lb
  • Pride of the Farm Breast Bone-In, $1.49 lb
  • Kroger Vegetables, 10 oz, 88¢
  • Coca-Cola Products, 6 pk. 16.9 oz, $2.25
  • Kroger Bread or Buns, 8-12 ct. or 20 oz, 88¢

See all of the current Kroger deals.

    • elainehn

      The potatoes are an 8 lb bag … not a 20.8 LOL … I think that may have been a copy/paste error.

    • emt695

      Darn so wished Va. was in on this.

    • Becca

      Louisville region has a 4 day sale that lasts through Saturday :

      Ritz crackers $1.88
      Blue Bell ice cream $3.88
      Tangerines 3lb bag $1.99
      Smithfield butt or shank portion ham $0.99/lb
      Boston Creme Cake (bakery) $5.99
      Kraft Caramels $1.88

    • Steph

      When did we start getting potatoes in a 8# bag. I have always seen them in 5 or 10# bags.

      • Harry

        This is how companies are dealing with inflation. You can hardly find an ice cream company anymore that will sell a 1/2 gallon container, and you certainly can’t find orange juice in one either. They’re giving you less and expecting the same money or more. Kroger hasn’t sold me ice cream ever since they started selling it in a 48 oz. container quite some time ago. I buy from Publix or Blue Bell instead. The only way we’re going to change these companies’ behavior is if we all complain loudly and/or take our business elsewhere.