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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Kroger LogoHere are all the deals in the Kroger ad starting 10/9. There are a number of deals with eCoupons this week, remember at Kroger you cannot use an eCoupon and a paper coupon together. You will need to pick which one you want, also remember that eCoupons don’t double.

If you see any other deals or coupons leave a comment below.

4 Day Sale – Sunday to Wednesday

  • Possibly Southeast region only
  • Tyson Whole Chicken Fryer, 69¢ lb
  • Kroger Bread 20 oz, or Buns 8 ct., 88¢
  • Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers, 6.6-8 oz, B1G1
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Pepperidge Farm Saltine, Parmesan, Pretzel, Pizza or Baby Goldfish crackers, 6.6-8 oz, inside select bags
  • Jumbo Cantaloupe, $1.78 ea.
  • Kroger Candy Corn, 10 oz, 88¢

Produce – Mid Atlantic

  • Broccoli bunch, $1.29
  • Hass Avocados, $1 ea.
  • Honey Crisp Apples, $1.99 lb
  • Asian Pears, 99¢ lb
  • Tangerines, 3 lb bag, $2.99
  • Dole or Fresh Selections Garden Salad, 9-12 oz, $2
  • White Seedless Grapes, $1.29
  • Asparagus, $1.99 lb

Produce – Louisville Region

  • Gala Apples, 5 lb bag, $3.99
  • Honeycrisp Apples, $1.99 lb
  • Naval Oranges, 8 lb bag, $4.99
  • White Seedless Grapes, $1.29 lb
  • Brocolli Bunches, $1.79
  • Asparagus, $1.99 lb

Produce – South East Region

  • Gala Apples, 5 lb bag, $3.99
  • Honey Crisp Apples, $1.99 lb
  • Yellow Peaches or Red or Black Plums, $1.68 lb
  • Cucumbers, 59¢ ea.
  • Green Bell Peppers, 59¢ ea.
  • Georgia Sweet Potatoes, 50¢ lb
  • Fresh Selections or Ready Pac Salads, 9-12 oz, $2.50

Meat – Mid Atlantic

  • Plumrose Bacon, 16 oz, $3.50
  • Hormel Pepperoni or Salami, 3.5 oz, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/2 Hormel pepperoni products printable
    (makes it 72¢ ea.)
  • T-Bone Steak, $5.99 lb
  • Tyson Split Chicken Breast, 99¢ lb
  • Bar-S Franks, 16 oz, $1
  • Eckrich Sausage, 12-16 oz, $2.50

Meat – Louisville Region

  • T-Bone Steaks, $6.99 lb
  • Boneless Beef Shoulder Roast, $2.99 lb
  • Perdue Split Chicken Breast, 99¢ lb
  • Kroger Value Chicken Leg Quarters, 69¢ lb
  • Nathan’s Beef Franks, 12-16 oz, B1G1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nathan’s hot dogs, sausage, cocktail franks or cocktail smokies (Facebook) printable
  • Bar-S Franks, 16 oz, $1
  • Eckrich Sausage, 12-16 oz, $2.50
  • Hormel Pepperoni or Salami, 3.5 oz, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/2 Hormel pepperoni products printable
    (makes it 72¢ ea.)
  • Gulf White Shrimp, jumbo 25/31 ct., $6.99 lb

Meat – South East Region

  • Perdue Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast, $1.79 lb
  • Kroger Value Chicken Leg Quarters, 69¢ lb
  • Whole Boneless New York Strip, $4.99 lb
  • Bar-S Franks, 16 oz, $1
  • Butterball Turkey Smoked Sausage or Bacon, 12-14 oz, $2.50
  • Eckrich Sausage, 12-16 oz, $2.50
  • Hormel Pepperoni or Salami, 3.5 oz, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/2 Hormel pepperoni products printable
    (makes it 72¢ ea.)
  • Georgia Shrimp, large 31/40 ct., $5.99 lb

Fridge or Frozen

  • Pillsbury Crescent or Cinnamon Rolls, 5 ct, or Grands! Biscuits, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pillsbury crescent dinner rolls printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Pillsbury Crescent dinner rolls, SS 8/07, SS 9/11 or SS 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Pillsbury Reg or Grands Sweet rolls, SS 8/07
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Pillsbury crescent dinner rolls printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Pillsbury sweet rolls or grands sweet rolls printable, printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands! Sweet Rolls printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Pillsbury Reg or Grands sweet rolls, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pillsbury Reg or Grands sweet rolls printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Pillsbury Reg or Grands sweet rolls, SS 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/1 Pillsbury Reg or Grands sweet rolls, SS 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Pillsbury Reg or Grands sweet rolls printable , printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.60/2 Pillsbury Cresent Dinner Rolls printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Pillsbury Crescent Rolls printable , printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Pillsbury Crescent dinner rolls, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/2 Pillsbury Grands reg or jr refrigerated biscuits, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/2 Pillsbury Grands refrigerated biscuits, SS 8/07, SS 9/11 or SS 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/2 Pillsbury refrigerated grands or grands jr biscuits printable , printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pillsbury Grands reg or Jr refrigerated biscuits printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! or Grands! Jr. Biscuits printable
    (use .30/1, makes it 40¢)
  • Yoplait Yogurt, 4-8 ct or 32 oz, $2
    Pictured: Delights & Go-gurt
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids Cup, Trix or Splitz yogurt, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Trix, Kids Cup or Splitz yogurt printable, printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids Cup, Trix or Splitz yogurt, SS 9/11 or SS 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Yoplait Fiber One, Delights, or Light multipk yogurt or Original or Greek 4 pk, SS 9/11
    (use .50/1, makes it $1)
  • Pillsbury Ready to Bake or Create ‘n Bake Cookies, 14-16.5 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated cookie dough printable, printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 off Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough, SS 9/11, SS 9/25
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Pillsbury refrigerated cookie dough, SS 9/11, SS 9/25
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.10/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough printable
    (use $1.50/2 makes it $1.75 ea.)
  • Kroger Cheese, 6-8 oz, $2
  • Minute Maid Orange Juice, $2.49
  • Gorton’s Fish Sticks, Fillets or Tenders, 6.3-11.4 oz, $3.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Gorton’s Fish Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Gorton’s items printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Gorton’s item, SS 9/11
    (use .50/1 paper coupon, makes it $2.99)
  • Wanchai Ferry or Macaroni Grill Frozen Meal, 24 oz, $5.49
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Wanchai Ferry frozen entree printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Wanchai Ferry or Macaroni Grill dinner kit printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Romano’s Macaroni Grill frozen entree printable
    (makes it $3.99)
  • Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers, 11-12 oz, $1.67
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers, 11 or 12 oz, SS 9/11, or SS 10/02
    (makes it $1.17 ea.)
  • Hot or Lean Pockets, $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Hot Pockets product, 2 pk + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Hot Pockets product, 2 pk, SS 8/21
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/3 Hot Pockets product, 2 pk, SS 8/21
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Hot Pockets product, 2 pk, SS 8/21
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Hot Pockets product, 7.5 oz + printable
    (use $1/2, makes it $1.50 ea.)
  • Tyson Chicken or Any’tizers, 25-29 oz, $4.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson frozen bagged chicken or Mini chicken sandwich box, Kroger My Magazine: School Days home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson Any’tizers snacks, SS 8/07
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson Any’tizers snacks printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson frozen chicken nuggets, SS 8/21
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson frozen chicken or Any’tizers product, Kroger My Magazine home mailer
  • New York Garlic Bread or Sister Schubert’s Rolls, 2.8-11.5 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off New York frozen product, SS 7/24
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 New York frozen product, SS 9/18
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 New York frozen product, SS 9/18
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 New York frozen product, Kroger My Magazine home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 New York frozen product, Tailgating Done Right booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Sister Schubert’s rolls, October All You magazine
    (use .50/1, makes it $1.50)

Organic

  • Amy’s Pizza, 12-14 oz, $3.99
  • Nature’s Path Organic Cereal 10-14 oz, or Envirokidz Bars 6 ct., $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Nature’s Path or EnviroKids boxed products, August All You magazine
    (makes it $1.50)
  • Horizon Milk, 8 oz singles, 88¢
  • Garden of Eatin’ Tortilla Chips, 7.5-9 oz, $1.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Garden of Eatin’ product printable
    (makes it 99¢)
  • LaraBar, 1.6-1.8 oz, $1

Grocery

  • General Mills Cereals, 11.2-16 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 General Mills Cookie Crisp cereal, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Cheerios cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills select cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 General Mills Kix cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Cheerios cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Cheerios cereals (any variety) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Cheerios cereals, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 General Mills Trix cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/4 General Mills cereals, Kroger home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.10/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.85/1 General Mills Kix Cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 General Mills select cereals, SS 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills select cereals printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 General Mills Lucky Charms cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 General Mills select cereals, SS 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Frosted, Apple Cinnamon, Banana Nut, Fruity, Chocolate, Oat Cluster Crunch, Yogurt Burst or Cinnamon Burst Cheerios cereal, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 General Mills Kix cereal printable, printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Cheerios cereal, SS 9/25
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 General Mills Original Cheerios cereal printable
    (use .85/1, makes it $1.65)
  • General Mills Nature Valley or Fiber One Cereal Bars, 5-12 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Nature Valley granola bars or nut clusters printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Nature Valley granola bars 6 ct + or granola nut clusters, SS 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.60/1 Nature Valley Sweet & Salty Nut Granola Bars, 6 ct. + printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Nature Valley chewy trail mix bars, 6 ct +, SS 8/28
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Nature Valley granola bars, 6 ct +, SS 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 General Mills Fiber one Chewy bars or 90 cal brownies printable, printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 General Mills Fiber One chewy bars or 90 cal brownies, SS 9/11 or SS 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 General Mills Fiber One reg or 90 cal chewy bars or 90 cal brownies, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 General Mills Fiber One Chewy Bars printable
    (use .50/1, makes it $1.50)
  • Thomas English Muffins or Bagels, B1G1
    (southeast region only)
  • Kroger Tomatoes, or Beans, 14.5-15.5 oz can, 60¢
  • Pringles, 5.71-6.73 oz, $1.33
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Pringles Snacks Kroger ecoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Pringles Super Stack product, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Pringles Super Stack can, 180 g +, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pringles Fat Free cans, 165 g +, PG 10/02
    (use $1/4, makes it $1.08 ea.)
  • Progresso Soup, 18-19 oz, $1.25
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Progresso soup, Kroger home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Progresso soup printable, printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Progresso soup, Kroger home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Progresso Light soup, September Weight Watchers magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Progresso canned soup, SS 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/8 Progresso soup, Cellfire eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/4 Progresso canned soup, SS 10/02
    (use $2/8 eCoupon, makes it $1 ea.)
  • Rice A Roni or Pasta Roni, 3.6-7.2 oz, $1
  • Thomas’ English Muffins or Bagels, 6 ct. B1G1
  • Quaker Instant Oatmeal, 10.1-15 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Quaker Oatmeal Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Quaker instant oatmeal Chocolate Chip or Honey Bun flavors, October All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Quaker Life or Oatmeal Squares cereal 12-24 oz or instant oatmeal, Pepsico Moments to Save insert 10/02
    (use $1/3, makes it $2.17 ea.)
  • Gold Medal Flour, 5 lb, $2.49
  • Betty Crocker Cake Mix, 15-18.25 oz, $1.25
  • Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks or General Mills Treats, 6-10 ct, $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Betty Crocker fruit shapes, by the foot, gushers or roll-ups, SS 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Betty Crocker Seasonal Themed fruit snacks, (zip 77477) printable
    (use .50/2 paper coupon, makes it $1.50 ea.)
  • Dunkin Donuts Coffee, 11-12 oz, $6.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Dunkin Donuts Turbo packed coffee printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Dunkin’ Donuts turbo coffee printable
    (makes it $5.49)
  • Nabisco Snack Crackers, 5.5-10 oz, $2.29
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nabisco Wheat Thins flavored crackers (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nabisco Wheat Thins crackers, Diet Coke New Looks for Fall booklet
    (makes it $1.29)
  • Kroger Bread or Buns, $1
  • Tostitos Tortilla Chips or Ruffles Chips, 9-13 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tostitos tortilla chips 9 oz + AND dip jar 15 oz +, Pepsico Moments to Save insert 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Diet Pepsi WYB any Tostitos Tortilla Chips (9oz +) AND any Tostitos Dip 15 oz + , Pepsico Moments to Save insert 10/02
  • Kroger Apple or Cranberry Juice, 64 oz, $1.99
  • Nestle Pure Life Water, 24 pk. 16.9 oz bottles, $3.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nestle Pure Life water, 5 gal or (2) .5 L 24 pk printable
    (makes it $3.49 ea.)
  • Sobe Lifewater Juice or Tea, 20 oz, 89¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/5 SoBe 20 oz, Propel 24 oz or Propel Zero 24 oz, Pepsico Moments to Save insert 10/02
    (makes it 69¢ ea.)

Candy Deals

  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Pumpkin, 1.2 oz, B2G1
  • Reese’s Kit Kat or Hershey’s Candy, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Reese’s, Kit Kat or Hershey’s snack size bag, 9-22 oz printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Hershey’s Reese’s, Kit Kat, Milk Chocolate, York, Almond Joy, Mounds, Payday, Jolly Rancher, Milk Duds, Whoppers or Twizzlers snack size bags, 9-22 oz, SS 9/25 (EXP 10/15)
    (makes it $2.17 ea.)
  • Snickers, Milky Way or 3 Musketeers Candy, 9-11.6 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 Mars Snickers, Milky Way, Twix or 3 Musketeers fun size bags, October All You magazine
    (makes it $1.75 ea.)
  • Whoppers, Milk Duds or Twizzlers Candy, 9-16 oz, $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Hershey’s Reese’s, Kit Kat, Milk Chocolate, York, Almond Joy, Mounds, Payday, Jolly Rancher, Milk Duds, Whoppers or Twizzlers snack size bags, 9-22 oz, SS 9/25 (EXP 10/15)

    (makes it $1.67 ea.)

Personal Care or Household

  • Schick Slim Twin or Xtreme Disposable Razors, 4-12 ct., B1G1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Schick Slim Twin or Triple disposable razor pk, excl 2 ct, SS 9/18
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3/2 Schick Slim Twin or Triple disposable razor pk, excl 2 ct, SS 9/18
    Manufacturer Coupon -$4/2 Schick Slim Twin or Quattro disposable razor pk, excl 2 ct, SS 9/25
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Schick Slim Twin or Quattro disposable razor pk, excl 2 ct, SS 9/25
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Schick Xtreme3 disposable razor pk (Facebook) printable
  • Nature’s Bounty or Flex-a-min Vitamins, B1G1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.60/2 Nature’s Bounty vitamins or supplements printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature’s Bounty vitamin or supplement, RP 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5 off Nature’s Bounty Flexamin products printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.60/2 Nature’s Bounty vitamins or supplements printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2.25 off Nature’s Bounty Your Life multi-vitamins printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.60/2 Nature’s Bounty vitamins or supplements printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature’s Bounty Your Life multivitamin, RP 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature’s Bounty vitamin printable
  • Suave Shampoo or Conditioner, 88¢
  • Crest 3D White or Pro-Health Toothpaste, 4-6.2 oz, $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Crest toothpaste 4 oz + or liquid gel, excl Cavity, Baking Soda or Tartar, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Crest toothpaste 4 oz + or liquid gel, PG 10/02
  • Old Spice or Gillette Body Wash, 16-18 oz, $2.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Old Spice product, 1.7 oz +, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Gillette body wash, excl trial size, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Gillette body wash WYB deodorant, excl trial size, Booklet in select PG products
    (use $2 off, makes it 99¢)
  • Vaseline Intensive Care Lotion, 20.3-24.5 oz, $4.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Vaseline lotion 13 oz WYB (1) 20.3 oz +, RP 10/02
  • Bounty Paper Towels, 6 Big or Regular Rolls, $6.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounty 6 roll +, Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Bounty towels or napkins, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounty towels 6 roll + or (2) towels or napkins, Booklet in select PG products

    (use $1 off eCoupon, makes it $5.99)
  • Charmin Bath Tissue, 12 double rolls, $6.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Charmin 12 roll +, Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Charmin Mega Roll bath tissue, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Charmin product, PG 10/02
    (use $1 off eCoupon, makes it $5.99)
  • Bounce Fabric Softener, 100-120 Sheets or bar, $4.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Bounce product, PG 10/02 or Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounce dryer bar, on product
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Bounce dryer bar, Booklet in select PG products
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Bounce dryer item, SS 9/25
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/3 Tide detergent or Stain Release, Downy, or Bounce product, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Tide detergent or Stain Release, Downy, or Bounce product, PG 10/02
    (use $1 off, makes it $3.99)
  • Downy Fabric Softener, 52-60 loads or 105-120 ct sheets, $4.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/3 Tide detergent or Stain Release, Downy, or Bounce product, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Tide detergent or Stain Release, Downy, or Bounce product, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Downy product, Kroger ecoupon
    (use .75/1 eCoupon, makes it $4.24)
  • Tide Detergent, 24-32 loads, $5.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Tide or Gain powder detergent, SS 9/11
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Tide detergent or Stain Release or Downy product, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/3 Tide detergent or Stain Release, Downy, or Bounce product, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Tide detergent or Stain Release, Downy, or Bounce product, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tide product, Kroger ecoupon
    (makes it $3.99 to $4.99)
  • Cascade Dish Detergent, 75 oz or 20 ct., $4.49
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Cascade ActionPacs, Parade magazine 8/28
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Cascade ActionPacs, Organize in Style home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Cascade Detergent Kroger ecoupon
    (use .50/1, makes it $3.49)
  • Febreze Air Effects or Febreze Set & Refresh, $2.49
    Manufacturer Coupon-$1 off Febreze Air Effects, Organize in Style home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Febreze Air Effects, PG 10/02 or Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Febreze Air Effects product, Organize in Style home mailer
    -$1 off Febreze Set & Refresh, Kroger eCoupon

    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Febreze Set & Refresh WYB candle, max $3.29, PG 10/02
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Febreze Set & Refresh product, Organize in Style home mailer
    (makes it $1.49)
  • Duracell Batteries, AA/AAA 4 ct., C/D 2 ct., or 9V 1 ct., $2.77
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Duracell Batteries, any, Kroger eCoupon
    (makes it $2.02)
    • Salovescb

      Not too excited about this week. Thank goodness for Publix! Thank you Jenny for your hard work!

    • Anonymous

      There’s supposed to be a Catalina deal on the Nature Valley granolas at Walgreens, so it’s probably working at Kroger too. With double coupons, fuel points and slightly better customer service, I’m going to try it at Kroger this week.

    • 1busymemaw

      Not one single acorn-way to go Kroger-that store is losing ground.  It is a shame to see  it happen.

      • bryarsmom@hotmail.com

        Not to me…K is a dirty, unorganized store with uncaring employees here in Atl area. Never go in there unless for free items.
        Publix is number 1 in customer serv as well as cleanliness and attentive,helpful staff.

        • 3gakids1521

          To each there own, I will agree, but, was this an experience in one store that soured you on all of them?  I am not a big fan of Kroger, but, I will go in there when they do have good deals, not just for the free ones.  you might have various grocery stores to choose from where the only store otheres have is a Kroger, so, that comment might be construed as a little harsh to the new folks or theose that only have a Kroger

        • Jennjennglass

          I agree, the Atlanta area Krogers I have been to are pretty lousy.

        • Stephanie H

          Same in Columbia

        • Kathy

          I agree w/ 3gakids, it is not fair to say all Kroger are bad.  In fact, in my area, Kroger is the best as far as Customer Service!   I’m sorry your experience is poor.  I have to wonder why you read this thread if you dislik Kroger so much??  I’d pay a little more to go to a diff store if I was treated as poorly as you convey!

          • kathi

            BTW, I agree the deals this week are crummy, though. 

    • Boring ad two weeks in row. It really sucks when Kroger is the only large chain grocery store where I Iive.

    • tcox

      As Jed Clampett would say pitfull,just pitfull about this Kroger ad,

      • my best friend’s mom makes $77 an hour on the computer. She has been out of job for 9 months but last month her check was $7487 just working on the computer for a few hours. Read about it here CashLazy.com

    • Kcblanks

      Can anyone tell mehow to get on the homemailers? I see it listed for coupons but i do not recieve any. Thanks!!!

      • Hildawins

        I believe you need to register your Kroger card on line.  I get several a month.

        • tgirl

          do you have to shop there at least a week? do you?

          • Teecee

            You get more coupons depending on how much money you spend there each month. My town has very little competition (although the rumor is growing that Publix is coming soon!) and I spend most of my money there so I get coupons in the mail almost every week.

      • Lsylte

        We didn’t start getting homemailers until we received a 123 rewards mastercard from Kroger…..

      • Thetaylortidbit

        sign up online…the more you use your kroger card, the more Q they send you

    • Bellalisa3

      except for the SObe which Im happy to get at 69 cents a bottle the whole ad stinks. I hate going in there for one thing..but Ill have to!

    • bj

      Kroger can’t give away groceries.

      • Anne

        Just because I use coupons, doesn’t mean I don’t pay for groceries.  The store is reimbursed.

        • Chris

          I think the post was meant to be facetious – I wouldn’t take meat or produce from Kroger if you gave it to me (although I might take it and donate it to the food bank).  But I do have to say this is a crappy ad this week.

          • Sombergirl1978

            it really is a crappy ad week and the coupons aint great this week either but seeing as i racked up over 30.00 in free covergirl last week i wont complain too much.

          • I agree. Not too happy with this ad. There were a couple of things i would like to have but I’m not rushing out 30 mins away for 2 items.

            • Joolz_43344

              wow.  i just price checked a list of 21 items and only found 2 things cheaper at walmart.  there’s no reason to shop elsewhere (at least in my area) when we only have 2 options of real grocery stores.

            • Laura

              I found I had a catalina coupon expiring yesterday, wasn’t sure if walmart took those or not since they say manufacturer coupon. The cashier said that’s a kroger store Q that can only be used at kroger. So I said take that item off and I’ll grab it next door at kroger. 
              She said I’m SURE we have a much better price, you might as well buy it here. I laughed and said right, you are 20 cents less on price, but you refuse my $2.00 coupon…so on this item that makes kroger $1.80 less than you, so see ya! 

            • Anonymous

              I feel bad for the cashiers at walmart who obviously don’t know about southern savers.  I know they need the money too. 

            • Efranks41

              I guess hand them a note with the website on it so they can go home and check it out like we did!!!

    • Apjp2527

      Inside select Fruity Pebble boxes, there are coupons for several products including a coupon for $1 off 2 bags of Goldfish!  Would make them 50 cents a bag with the 4 day sale!

    • lzip14

      I have a coupon for $6 off two packages Schick disposable razors. Can I use it on the Schick BOGO?

      • Anonymous

        at my store, the bogo ring up at half price, BUT, they don’t allow any internet printables over $1 :(

      • bridstond

        My understanding on these is that you would have to buy 1, the store would give you 1, and your bogo should give you a third.  I’m not positive on this, but I think that’s how it works.  I think there may be more info in her “how to coupon” link.

      • guest

        My store had these on sale this past week B1G1.  1 pack was priced at $6.22.  I bought 4 and used 2 IP Qs for $6/2.  The four packs rang up at $3.11 each and $12 was taken off when my coupons were scanned.  I got 4 packs for 44 cents!  It was a GREAT shopping trip!

      • The Taylor Tidbit

        if you have a Walmart near use it there…I used mine 2day along w/ $4/2q and $2/1q…I got $$$ bacy from my purchase

        • Laura

          Depends on what quality of razor you prefer. You would only get money back from the thin handle twin blade razors at walmart. I prefer to pay a few cents to get the much better quality razors with wide handles, lotion strips and 3-4 blades. You get less razors but they last a lot longer and give a much smoother shave.

          • Chris

            The best deal, at least for men’s razors, was a few months ago at Walmart and Target when that P&G Q for $4/1 Gillette Fusion razor Q was available.  Target had the deal buy 2 get a $5 gc (at $9.97/ea).  So you spent $20 – $8 in Qs = $12oop – $5 gc back = $7 for two razors (or 4 cartridges since each razor comes with two = $1.75/cartridge which is OK and certainly better than the refills).  The better deal was Walmart had their gift packs for $4.97 (came with a razor, a cartridge, and a couple of small bottles of Gillette products).  Used the $4/1 Q on those too and got them for $0.97oop.  They also had, at Walmart, the special edition team Gillette razors on clearance for $6 and they came with two cartridges – so after the $4/1 Q it worked out to just $1/per cartridge as well.  If you can get that low it works out to something like $0.10 per shave depending on how many shaves you get out of each cartridge.

            I expect there will be some great deals coming up for the holidays.  So if they issue high dollar value Qs like that sometimes it pays to hold them until they are about to expire and just keep an eye out for the deals!

            • Aseir Jawahir13

              Chris I like the way you explain thank you. I live Atlanta also do you have a facebook?

            • Chris

              Thanks!  I have a Facebook page but only use it so I can get Facebook Qs.

            • Laura

              I was lucky enough to get those $4.97 Fusion gift packs at walmart when the $4 coupons were around, that was such an awesome deal! I have not seen those gift packs in walmart since. I also got a great Hydro 5 deal at target about a month ago, after sale price & coupons I paid $5 for 2 and received a $5 gift card back.

            • Chris

              Yeah it was a great deal – I bought all I could get!  Unfortunately I’m partial to the Gillette Fusion or Fusion ProGlide so the Shick deal just wasn’t for me but kudos for getting a freebie!

      • Laura

        Yes. And look for bonus packs of mens extreme 3 sensitive…usually 4 razors per pack but they had just a few with 2 free razors in each pack. I got 4 of the 6 packs for a total of $12.74 minus $12.00 for the 2 coupons!

        The ladies Quattro were bogo also but they only have 3 razors per pack and are only 5 cents cheaper per pack.

        • mano

          @Laura you paid only .74cents? which stoe please.

          • Laura

            Atlanta. But if you have 2 of the $6/2 printables you should be able to get the same deal at any kroger.

        • Anonymous

          Shhhhh- Don’t tell my razor I’m a girl.  I stopped buying women’s razors 2 years ago.  Seems like the men’s deals are sooooo much better.

    • midnight angel

      My store had Campbell’s soups on sale for 5/$3 with my coups (2) 40/2 doubled I got 5 cans for only $1.40 and the Kroger brand chicken noodle soup is a dollar a can! I stocked up for the winter.:)

    • Crazyhouseof72011

      Dillons(Kroger) in the Wichita,Kansas area has now gone to a limit of 5 like coupons and only 2 total internet printed coupons per day. I found out at the check out this weekend. Sometimes it seems most of the coupons come from internet. How do we use only 2 a day. And I checked with them to make sure and it is 2 period not of each kind or brand or anything like that. I geuss if it doesn’t need doubling i’ll be at target. Can’t go to the store everyday for just 2 .

      • Crazyhouseof72011

        We should all pray to have a Publix  :)

      • Kathi

        Our area just changed too,but they are saying it is 2 per product, so you can use 2 Betty crocker cookies, 2 betty crocker potatoes, 2 Cheerios, 2 Green giant veggies, etc.  I wonder if you store is misunderstanding?  It is still a bit limiting, but it beats empty shelves. 

        • Crazyhouseof72011

          I thought so too. But I ave checked with them several times, with diff. people and still get the same answer. 2 internet prints per day period. I just cant understand. It would be soooo much easier if they did it like you are saying ( per type of item) that would be limited enough. I think I might call home office and try to check with them. I don’t know that it will get anywhere though.

    • GaPixie

      Oh, if we only had a Publix……..  :(~

      • my best friend’s mom makes $77 an hour on the computer. She has been out of job for 9 months but last month her check was $7487 just working on the computer for a few hours. Read about it here CashLazy.com

      • Publixs are only good because of their BOGO deals and the fact that they let you use competitors coupons, double, and stack. Okay…that’s really awesome. But if I have to get something that i don’t have a coupon for and isn’t on a sale but I need it anyway, then I go to Kroger. It is ALWAYS cheaper than Publix, guaranteed.

    • Anonymous

      My understanding on these is that you would have to buy 1, the store would give you 1, and your bogo should give you a third.  I’m not positive on this, but I think that’s how it works.  I think there may be more info in her “how to coupon” link.
      @my best friend’s mom makes $77 an hour on the computer. She has been out of job for 9 months but last month her check was $7487 just working on the computer for a few hours. Read about it here MakeCash4. com

    • Mote7299

      my kroger has Predue chicken breast at $1.99 not $1.79 and im in the south east region!! oh well still a good deal!

      • Carol

        IN Columiba, SC, the packages are marked at $1.99, but ring up at the register at $1.79.  check your receipt.

      • It seems like it’s that way every time. I look on here and it will say $1.79 but my stores always have it at $1.99. Still a good price for chicken.

    • Mote7299

      my kroger has Predue chicken breast at $1.99 not $1.79 and im in the south east region!! oh well still a good deal!

    • 3gakids1521

      I live in Peachtree City, GA.  Southeast Region.  I came across alot of differences in price.  Here is a list of what I found:
      Tyson Anytizzers – $6.49/bag (listed as $4.99/bag)
      Hormel Pepperoni 3.5 oz. – $2.29/box (listed as $1.00/box)
      Perdue Chix B/S Breasts – $1.99/lb. (listed as $1.79/lb.)
      Green Peppers – $.89/each (listed as $.59/each)
      Cucumbers – $.79/each (listed as $.59/each)
      Sweet Potatoes – $.68/lb (listed as $.50/lb.)

      WOW! What a big difference when you add it all up. I wonder why such the difference.  Haven’t done a lot of Kroger shoppping and with trips like this it reminds me why I don’t!

      • Moore102001

        I was noticing the differences also, I am in Douglasville, GA.

      • Mrsf

        3gakids1521- I live in Peachtree City too and rarely go to Kroger to do big shopping trips anymore.  I definitely find better deals at Publix. And to think I used to only shop at Kroger because I thought Publix’s prices were too high!

        • 3gakids151

          Ye, Mrsf, I totally agree with your entire thought.  Stated previously, I have given Kroger numerous tries here and there. I will say, this last trip, my bill was 111.00.  I NEVER spend that much at Publix in one trip.  I rarely ever walk out of the store spending 50.00. The temptation for me is the 25.00 plus card credit when you transfer a prescription.  That’s easy money considering a generic is only like 4. or so.  This last credit I had lasted me over a month because I never could really find any good deals.

      • Punkpeachgodess

        The difference is because Jenny is not in Georgia, which her sales add’s are different than ours here in Georgia. Our prices usually runs higher than hers, not just Kroger adds but Publix also.

        • prices run a bit higher up here in Ohio also.. Rarely do my sales add prices match up to whats shown on Jennys list.. I just use my own add and then use SS as my coupon matchup site :)

      • Anonymous

         The Hormel Pepperoni’s that are on sale aren’t the ones in a box. They are in a plastic package with no box. I usually find them in a display near the lunch meat section and they aren’t hanging up where the lunch meat and hot dogs, etc are.  Check again and you might find them.

    • They have the Febreeze Air Effects at my local Dollar Tree for $1. The only thing is, they dont take coupons bc everythings already $1 lol

      • Alison

        I wish they would take coupons lol :)

    • Lisa_Morris

      It cracks me up to see the people complain about how they hate Kroger and never go there, yet here they are on the Kroger Ad & Coupon page….

      • 3gakids1521

        Lisa,
        For a while, I skipped the Kroger completely, but, thought I would give it another shot because they do run good meat deals.  It just sucks that Kroger has changed so dramatically that they just don’t compete very well anymore.

      • Anonymous

        It’s not a permanent situation. When the deals get good enough, it’s worth an occasional trip. And the only way to find the deal is to check. That doesn’t mean there’s nothing to gripe about!!

      • they are good ever once in awhile….just like every other store. i don’t complain about any of them except to say i’m skipping that store for the week…

    • Christi Wampler

      Mom’s Best Naturals Cereal is on sale 2/$4 at the Knoxville Kroger. Snack bags of Pirate’s Booty and Aged Wisconsin Cheddar Puffs is 10/$10.

    • 5higgins

      Wow, I’m really surprised by the negative feedback on Kroger.  Mine here in Covington, GA isn’t too bad.  They take all my q’s and don’t give me any trouble.  I agree the add isn’t great but there are a few things I need to get.  Thanks to this site I am getting the hang of stocking up and don’t need to buy too much this week. 

      • Anonymous

        I have 3 Krogers in my town.  Two are coupon perfect stores, and the third store is a PIA for couponers.  Go figure.

      • Mrs.M

        I shop at the Covington,Ga store on Salem rd!!! My favorite Kroger! I hate that they always adjust my coupons down instead of giving overage.  

    • Ptrcwilliams82

      Would someone give me the latest update policy on Kroger overages, if there is
      such a thing.  Please help, I find conflict coupon overage policy between the two
      Kroger stores in my town of Newnan, Ga.

      • Jcwiakala_44

        They do not allow overage.  The coupon is usually adjusted to the price.

        • Chris

          YMMV – at the two stores closest to me in Smyrna, GA (and the one in Acworth I sometimes will drive up to) they do allow overage as long as it will apply to the rest of the order and not end up causing a negative balance.  If I know that’s going to be the case (the Q or Q + double is more than they item price) I usually give those Qs first to make sure there isn’t an issue and then give the rest of my Qs.

          • My Krogers will give you overage on a Kroger card. Which I think is awesome.

      • Laura

        I never get overage in Atlanta, the register always auto adjusts the value of the coupon.
        Say an item is 1.75 and I have a $2 coupon, the coupon scans as 1.75. Same with doubling, say an item is .90 and I have a .50 coupon, the register deducts .50 for the coupon then .40 for the “double”.

        E-coupons are different, if it is more than the item cost it won’t deduct at all.

        • That’s how they are suppose to handle e-coupons. If it’s like getting it for free or a straight up free e-coupon, most Krogers won’t let you use it. As it states in there coupon policy.

      • Mgzimmer

        I will tell you that I have a brother-in-law that is a manager of Kroger where I live and a sister that works at one 100 miles away. The coupon policies are different from these locations. Each Kroger can limit the coupons etc and make their own policies. You really should check at the customer service desk of the Kroger you shop at.

      • CCarroll21

        I shop at the oldest Kroger in Newnan most often, and I had an overage of 4 cents and was given 4 cents….I usually use self-checkout because the lines are so long for regular cashiers and I can pack my reusable bags the way I want them packed….but Yes, the downtown Kroger seems to allow them through the SelfCheckout process…hth!!!

    • savinggrace

      I found 2 freebies – Nieva lip balm on Manager’s Special for 0.79  AND Green Apple ChapStick 10/$10 with a 0.50 off coupon on the package! 

    • Vickie

      I’m new on here, but did anyone find the Tyson Chicken or Any’tizers to be $4.99? They were $6.49 at our store.  Thanks.

      • erin

        $6.49 at my store too (Atlanta).  I wish they were $4.99!

      • Anonymous

        $6.40 here in Owensboro, KY, too.  I don’t sweat it when prices don’t match exactly.  I have paid for lists that have less on them.  The other items on the list more that make it up.  However, I was bummed too that it wasn’t 4.99. 

    • Laura

      From time to time I hear folks arguing with cashiers that an item rang up wrong. I never say a word because I know I’m a few steps from getting the item free at customer service. Today I had a mgr special half price item marked $6. It scanned $12 and I thought Yay now it’s free. But the cashier said “oh, that’s not right” and she deducted the $12 and keyed in $6. It’s still a good deal, but I feel kind of cheated. Opinions?

      • Chris

        If they have any kind of policy about correct price when the item is scanned then I would have taken it to Customer Service and just dealt with it after the transaction.  They could have easily verified the issue by doing a price check, seeing it scans for the wrong price, and then taking action.  Fortunately I’ve never had that issue at Kroger but have had it happen at Publix and they take care of it immediately right then and I get my item for free!

        • mel

          Diana and Chris- You seem to know a good bit about this and I cant get an answer anywhere so hopefully you can answer this… do you know where I can get the P & G rebate Jenny talked about a few days ago?  The one where if you spend $25 you get free bakeware???

          • Anonymous

            Not Diana or Chris – Search Southern Savers site at top right for “bakeware” and the link will appear.  

            • Chris

              I did find it online for Publix only (because Publix doesn’t always have the forms in-store).  And you’re right – if you look for the thread on this site there will be more info about what stores are participating, some phone contact info for the deal with P&G, and the link for the form for Publix.  HTH

        • Cl3v3rgirl33

          One more reason to shop at Publix instead of Kroger!

      • If you get the item for free can you still use a coupon for it?

        I think if the cashier caught it then you should be grateful. Do you go in there hoping things ring up wrong so you can get them for free? That’s cheating the system to me.

        • Laura

          I didn’t cheat anyone…it is store policy to refund for THEIR error when they overcharge, that’s why they call it scan right guarantee. Why in world do you think a customer who got overcharged then refunded PER store policy has cheated the store?? The store that overcharges is the one doing the cheating.  A customer only gets a refund if they actually notice they got overcharged.No I don’t buy things “just hoping they scan wrong”, that would be absurd. I buy what I need and if it scans wrong I do get the refund that each store policy says I am entitled to. Kroger, Ingles, Publix, Walmart all have scan right guarantees. It’s rare for items to ring wrong anywhere but I do check my receipt at every store for every item. 

          • Efranks41

            That sounds like good, frugal shopping habits to me. Stores should be accountable to their policies. 

          • shelly

            I think the negative response is to the tone of your first comment…you made it sound like you were upset she caught it and you didn’t get it for free.  In fact, you were excited when it rang up wrong so you could get it for free and then had the nerve to ask if THEY cheated YOU when the cashier did her job and caught the mistake!  Really???  I personally thought it sounded like you were upset the cashier caught it. OF COURSE you go hoping something rings up wrong so you can get it for free!  It’s obvious!  I think it’s great the cashier was on her game and adjusted the price appropriately.  Good for her!!  I wish more of them were that conscientious.  I personally tell the cashier when it rings up wrong.  That way, the store isn’t cheated out of their money by giving it to me for free and I’m not overcharged.  Win-Win.  Also to say the store is cheating you because it rings up wrong is just plain absurd.  Mistakes happen when keying in pricing.  They don’t do it on purpose!  Good grief.

            • Chris

              The real point is if the store has a “scan right” policy then it has nothing to do with the cashier catching it or not and certainly doesn’t require the transaction to be completed before the error should be corrected.  It means the item SCANNED at the wrong price, fell into the policy as described for price scan accuracy, and then that policy should have taken over meaning the cashier should have complied with that policy instead of just correcting the price – seems to me it had scanned incorrectly previously, they knew it was wrong, but instead of correcting it in the system they were leaving it alone and cashiers were correcting it on the fly (which to me has a fishy smell – how did the cashier know the price was incorrect unless it had been dealt with earlier or she had been told?  How many cashiers know item prices off the top of their heads for various items in their stores?).

            • Michelle

              Not sure…I was responding directly to Laura’s tone in her very first comment.  I understand there is a policy but I guess I am just the type of person that gives someone the benefit of the doubt and isn’t always thinking someone’s out to screw me over.  I personally don’t think they are purposefully not putting in a sale price just hoping someone doesn’t catch it.  There are far too many consciencious shoppers out there and they would have to give alot of free things away by gambling on people NOT being consciencious.  Just sounds ridiculous to me.  Plus, when I was in college, I worked at Krogers here in Texas and know for sure there were errors made…on accident…because people are human.  Again, I was more responding to her tone of being upset she didn’t get it for free instead of being grateful the cashier was making it right.  Couponers have such a bad wrap for wanting everything for free and this is precisely the reason why.  

            • Chris

              Not necessarily – you’d be surprised how many people really don’t read their receipt until they get home if at all.  And those couponers who specifically go looking for a fight I would have to agree about – it’s not necessarily about price but value (I’ve been known to pay full retail or maybe full sale price if I believe the item has value at that price or the value vs price is worthwhile).  I think her complaint was legitimate and she’s being unfairly criticized for expecting the policy to be adhered to – if it had been me I would have taken it to the manager on duty and gotten satisfaction right then and there (not necessarily with the cashier because she was just doing her job and possibly thought she was helping by catching things like that).

            • Anonymous

              I had something similar happen to me.  The Manager’s Special (clearance sticker) stickers are placed over the barcodes on the packaging so that the original barcode isn’t scanned.  The Manager’s Special stickers have the price in bold.  I bought several aluminum foils that were on special and one of them rang up the full price of $3.46 instead of $1.46.  It was because the teeniest little bit of the barcode on the actual box was showing and that is what scanned.  Of course, I caught it myself in reviewing my receipt before I left the store and had to stand in line at CS to fix it.  I don’t think the cashiers know the prices at all, look at the Manager’s specials(i.e. clearance specials) and they have the prices on them usually.  This must have been the case.  Regardless, I agree that the poster sounded upset that her cashier did their job in changing it to the correct price.  I love saving money, but my time is also valuable.  I don’t like having to spend my time waiting at CS for have something fixed.  I say GOOD JOB Kroger cashier for catching it!!!!

        • Omo65

          there is nobody trying to cheat the system, it is the policy. if an item rings up wrong it is free. it doesn’t mean someone is cheating the system. @diana, check your policy ist before accusing someone.

          • Don Heiland

            If it rings up wrong they are trying to cheat you!

      • Jbush27

        If the cashier catches it first you don’t get it free.  If they don’t you get it for free.  This has happened to me before.

      • Amanda

        I am an employee for Kroger the policy is if it is under $5 you get the first item free ad the rest rang up for the correct amount if it is over $5 they are supposed to give you the item for the amount and a $5 gift card. You can still use your coupons with the item.

      • Kikercasey

        I think as long as they caught it before the transaction was ended then they are still adhereing to their policy. No one has officially been charged anything until the money has been paid. If a problem is noted afterwards then the money should be refunded. Mistakes happen and the cashier took care of it. She did her job and no one was cheated.

      • Anonymous

        Like someone else said, If the item is over $5, it is not free, they just correct the price and you have to ask that they follow their policy of giving you a $5 gift card (when the item is over $5).  I personally would much rather the cashier catch it, then have to stand in line at CS to get it fixed.  

    • Jen_12582

      Hormel coupon for pepperoni has changed and is no longer available but has other coupons listed.

    • There are no good deals! ARGH! What is up with Kroger the past few weeks?

      • Efranks41

        I am about ready for a good deal, also, Diana! Honestly, I believe our two Kroger stores and Walmart need some good competition!! I actually emailed Publix about the possibility of opening a store in NE Mississippi, but they did not have any plans to do so. We don’t even have a Target! It’s hard to find ANY real deals. :(

        • bittlemommy

          I did the EXACT same thing about 2-3 weeks ago!!!!  I e-mailed them (Publix) and told them how awesome they would do if they came into this market…but like yourself…I got the same response that they had no plans to do so…  UGH!

        • Erkelly

          I don’t know how northeast you are, but there is a Publix opening in Florence, AL.

          • Efranks41

            Thanks, I shop in Tupelo, MS so Florence would be out of my range. But maybe that means they’re headed into this area soon!!! Thanks for posting back that info!!

        • Thall561

          SO did I!!

    • Cathybodily

      Anyone know of any good price on wine ?

      • Gardenplanter

        Costco wholesale has the best prices on wine anywhere!

    • Every week I force myself to simply check out the Kroger ad, and every week I see why I no longer shop at this dump. I always hear people say that Kroger is so much cheaper than Publix, but until Kroger gets up to date in running decent sales (like Publix’s weekly B1G1 Free system), I don’t plan on shopping there. They redeemed themselves for a while a couple years back when the stores began accepting competitor coupons, but it was incredibly short-lived (like less than six months). 

    • Rachel M

      I didn’t look to see if anyone else posted this but if anyone gets the Kroger My Magazine gluten free everyday- there is a coupon for $1.00 off any Amys Frozen Product. It expires 10/23 and the pizzas are on sale this week if you haven’t already used the coupon.

    • 4theboxers

      Whats a good price for progresso soup?

    • Mgdavis

      Walked away with my basket full tonight. The cashier nor manager would except my 4 covergirl coupons due to the price of the products not being $8.00 or more. Really tired of trying to play by the rules as a customer & the stores not abiding by their policy. His reasoning was it is against the law for me not to pay sales tax. Hello I was going to owe at least $10.00 on all my products with the extra grocery’s I was buying. Tell me if I am wrong & cannot use them, with getting an overage.

      • Anonymous

        I ran into this with the Bengay coupon a while back.  The Bengay was $4.35 and the coupons was for $5.  At first they said they wouldn’t take it, then they said they would take it, but only at the value of $4.35.  I let them keep the Bengay.  I personally do not agree with the devaluing of a coupon.. The store will get back the full value of the coupon plus 8 cents handling.  Just go use your coupons somewhere like Publix or WalMart that will give you the overage.  JMO.

    • Ashleyw81

      Did anybody use the Pilsbury Crescent rolls coupon or the General Mills printable coupons?  Yesterday I tried to use them and when they wouldn’t scan the guy at Kroger told me they were fake.  He showed them to a manager who also said they were fake.  They were linked on this page in Southern Savers, and I have NEVER had a problem with a coupon that was linked on Southern Savers before.  I’m thinking maybe Kroger just didn’t want to deal with it and assumed they were fake.  Any ideas on why these didn’t scan?  Thanks!