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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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Want more deals to grab at Kroger? Take a look at all the unadvertised deals this week. Many are repeats from previous weeks (since Kroger is boring like that), however there are few new deals to the list. The big deals to not miss are on Snickers Bites and Aquafina Flavorsplash.

This list runs for (2) weeks, through 11/30. I’ve also gone through and updated the main weekly ad with all the Free Milk promotional items and the P&G instant savings deals.

If you see any other unadvertised deals let me know and I’ll update the list!

Catalina Deals

  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Knorr Rice or Pasta Sides, 3-6.4 oz, $1
    Buy (3), Get $1 off your next purchase
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/5 Knorr Side items, Make $5 Donation printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Knorr rice or pasta sides, Kroger eCoupon
    (use .75/3 off, makes it 41¢ ea.)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Red Gold Canned Tomato Items, 15 oz, $1
    Buy (3), Get $1 off your next purchase
    (good through 12/11)

    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Red Gold tomatoes, 10 oz+ printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Red gold tomatoes, 14.5 oz printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Red Gold tomatoes, 10 oz+ printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Red Gold, RedPack or Tuttorosso canned tomatoes, 14.5 oz+ printable
    (use (3) .50/1 off, makes it 16¢ ea.)(if doubles – use (3) .50/1 off, makes it FREE)
  • Prilosec OTC, 42 ct., $26.27
    Buy (2), get $10 off your next purchase
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Prilosec OTC product, excl trial size, PG 10/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Prilosec OTC product, excl trial size, Kroger eCoupon
    (use (2) $1 off, makes it $20.27 ea. after catalina)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Gerber Grabbers Fruit & Yogurt, 4.23 oz, $1.49
    Buy (3), get $2 off your next purchase
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/5 Gerber Graduates Grabbers snacks printable (limit reached)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Gerber Graduates Grabbers snacks printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Gerber Graduates Grabbers pouches printable
    (use $1/3 off, makes it 49¢ ea.)
  • Comforts Box Diapers, $13.49
    Buy (2), get $7 off your next purchase
    (good through 12/11)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Sheba Canned Cat Food, 3 oz, 59¢
    Buy (8), get $1 off your next purchase
    (good through 11/27)

    Manufacturer Coupon -B6G1 Sheba can entrees, max 65¢ printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -B3G1 Sheba Gravy Desires, max 65¢ printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -B6G1 Sheba entress printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Sheba Gravy Desires, max 65¢ WYB (3) Sheba entrees (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -B3G1 Sheba premium food for cats, RP 11/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/24 Sheba premium food for cats, 24 cans or 24 ct. multipk., RP 11/10
    (use (4) B1G1, makes it 17¢ ea.)
  • Puffs Tissues, 124 ct., $2.49
    Buy (4), save $3 off your next purchase
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Puffs products, excl trial size, Booklet in Puffs 3 pk.
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/3 Puffs singles or (1) 3 pk.+, excl trial size, PG 10/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/3 Puffs facial tissue boxes, excl trial size, Kroger eCoupon
    (buy (4), use .25/3 off, makes it $1.67 ea.)(if doubles – makes it $1.61 ea.)

Closeout Deals

  • Mr. Clean Spray Cleaner with Gain, 32 oz, $1.74
  • Pet Naturals Cat or Dog Treats, full line, 1.1-8.71 oz, 87¢ and up
  • Adams Flea & Tick Spot on For Dogs, 3 month supply, $10.19
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Adam’s product printable
    (makes it $8.19)
  • Pet Pride IDTAG.com Pet Tags, $3.49
  • Amy’s Tamale or Shepherd’s Pot Pies, 8 oz, 87¢
  • Amy’s Bistro Veggie Burgers, 4 pk., $1.37

New Closeouts

  • Jell-O Cook n Serve Tapioca or Coconut Pudding, 3 oz, 30¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Cool Whip AND Jell-O pudding or gelatin, November All You magazine
  • Quaker Perfect Portions, 12.7 oz, $1.14

Buy One Get Ones

  • Kroger Vitamins or Supplements, full line, (price not listed)
    (good through 2/01/14)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Nature’s Bounty or Sundown Vitamins or Supplements, at $3.49 ($1.74) and up
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sundown Naturals product printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature’s Bounty Optimal Solutions vitamin or supplement (regional), RP 10/6
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature’s Bounty vitamin or supplement (regional), RP 10/6
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.60 off Nature’s Bounty vitamin or supplement printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2.25 off Nature’s Bounty Co Q-10 item printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature’s Bounty Optimal Solutions vitamin or supplement (regional), RP 10/6
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature’s Bounty Optimal Solutions item, RP 11/03
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature’s Bounty vitamin or supplement, RP 11/03
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sundown Naturals vitamin or supplement, RP 11/03
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Sundown Naturals gummies, RP 11/03
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sundown Naturals vitamins or supplements (regional), RP 10/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature’s Bounty vitamins, Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Sundown Naturals vitamins, Kroger eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature’s Bounty Optimal Solutions item printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature’s Bounty vitamin or supplement printable
    (use $2 off, will make some FREE)
  • Nature Made or Flex-a-Min Vitamins or Supplements, (price not listed)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made Fish Oil supplement, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made product, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made VitaMelts, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made Vitamin B, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made Adult Gummies, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made CoQ10 item, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature Made fish oil printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made vitamin D, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made magnesium, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made melatonin, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made multivitamin, (sign in) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature Made product (EXP 11/21) printable (limit reached)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made VitaMelts, SS 11/03
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/2 Nature Made products, SS 11/03
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Nature Made Vitamelts printable (limit reached)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Nature Made fish oil printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nature Made product printable
  • Hershey Simple Pleasures, 5.6 oz, at $3.69 ($1.84)
    (good through 12/14)
  • Trident Single Pack Gum, at $1.19 (59¢)
    (good through 11/23)

Organic

  • Blue Diamond Nut-Thins, 4.25 oz, $2
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Blue Diamond Nut Thins, 4.25 oz, SS 10/13
    (makes it $1.62 ea.)
  • Simple Truth Organic Milk Singles, 8 oz, 79¢
    (good through 12/14)
  • Silk Soymilk, 4 pk., $3.99
    (good through 2/01/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Silk singles 4 pk., quart+ printable
    (makes it $2.99)
  • Brown Cow Yogurt, 6 oz, $1 (regular price)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Brown Cow Cream Top Greek yogurt, 6 oz printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/3 Brown Cow yogurt, 6 oz printable
    (use .50/2 off, makes it 75¢ ea.)(if doubles – makes it 50¢ ea.)
  • O.N.E. Coconut Water, 16.9 oz, $2
    (good through 12/07)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 ONE coconute water, 16.9 oz, Kroger eCoupon
    (makes it $1.50 ea.)
  • Simple Truth Organic Milk, half gal., $2.99
  • Simple Truth Natural Exotic Vegetable Chips, 6 oz, $1
    (good through 11/23)
  • Skinny Pop Popcorn, 4.4 oz, $2.50
    (good through 12/07)
  • Imagine Broth or Soup, 32 oz, $2.50
    (good through 1/04)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Imagine soup, broth, stock or gravy printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Imagine Foods soup, stock, gravy or broth printable
    (makes it $1.50)
  • Theo Organic Fair Trade Dark Chocolate Bar, 3 oz, $2
    (good through 1/04)
  • Yogi Tea Bags, 16 ct., $2.99
    (good through 12/07)

Fridge or Frozen

  • Alexia Frozen Potatoes, 20 oz, $2.50
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Alexia Smart Classics item printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Alexia product printable
    (use $1 off, makes it $1.50)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Michelina’s Entrees, 4-10.2 oz, 88¢
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/5 Michelina’s gourmet entree printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/5 Michelina’s entree or snacker printable
    (makes it 68¢ ea.)
  • Mrs. T’s Pierogies, 16 oz, $2.50
    (good through 11/23)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Mrs. T’s pierogies boxes printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/3 Mrs. T’s pierogies (regional), RP 10/13
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Mrs. T’s pierogies (regional), RP 10/13
    (use $1.50/3 off, makes it $2 ea.)

Grocery

  • Kroger Macaroni and Cheese, 7.25 oz, 50¢
    (good through 2/1/14)
  • Duncan Hines Frosting, 14-16 oz, $1.50
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Duncan Hines product printable
    (makes it $1.15)(if doubles – makes it 90¢)
  • Ghirardelli Baking Chips, 10-12 oz, $2.50
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Ghirardelli Holiday item, 4 oz+ printable
    (makes it $1.50)
  • New York Brand Texas Toast Croutons, 5 oz, $1
    (good through 2/01/14)
  • Toufayan Pita Bread, 6 ct., 99¢
    (good through 12/08)
  • Kroger Cake Mix, 16.5 oz, $1
    (good through 2/01/14)
  • Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn, 3 pk., $1.99
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Orville Redenbacher’s Gourmet Naturals Popping Corn, 3 pk +, SS 10/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Orville Redenbacher’s Gourmet Naturals Popping Corn or Gourmet popcorn, 3 pk + (regional), SS 10/27
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Orville Redenbacher’s Gourmet Naturals Popping Corn or Gourmet popcorn, 3 pk + (regional), SS 10/27
    (use .75/1 off, makes it $1.24)
  • Nissin Chow Mein, 89¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Nissin chow mein or chow noodles, SS 9/08
    (makes it 56¢ ea.)
  • Kroger Distilled Water, 1 gal., 67¢
  • Bumblee Bee Tuna Pouch, 2.5 oz, $1
    (good through 12/07)
    .25/1 off Bumble Bee Tuna Pouch, coupon on product
  • Flipz Covered Pretzels, 5 oz, $1
    (good through 12/07)
  • Toblerone Bar, $1
    (good through 11/23)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Toblerone Swiss chocolate bars or bags, 3.5 oz+, SS 11/10
    (makes it 50¢ ea.)
  • Kroger Coffee, 24 oz, $5.99
    (good through 1/04/14)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Snickers Bites, 8 oz, $1
    (good through 11/23)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/3 Mars Snickers, Twix, M&M’s, Dove, Milky Way, 3 Musketeers or Bites, 8.2 – 11.5 oz printable
    (makes it 33¢)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Aquafina FlavorSplash, 16.9 oz, $1
    (good through 11/30)
    Store Coupon -$1 off Aquafina FlavorSplash, 16.9 oz, Kroger eCoupon
    (makes it FREE)

Personal Care

  • Kroger Oil-Free Pore Cleanser, 5.5 oz, $2.29
    (good through 2/01/14)
  • Carmex Lip Balm, .075-.35 oz, $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Carmex Moisture Plus lip balm (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/1 Carmex lip balm printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/1 Carmex lip balm (regional), SS 10/20
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Carmex lip balms (EXP 11/21) printable (limit reached)
    (use .75/1 off, makes it 25¢)
  • Kroger Cotton Rounds, 80 ct., $1
    (good through 2/01/14)
  • Kroger Sport Sunscreen SPF 50, 8 oz, $3.99
    (good through 2/01/14)
  • Blistex Deep Renewal, 1 ct., $1.67
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Blistex lip care item, SS 11/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Blistex Lip Vibrance, Nurture & Nourish Deep Renewal, Silk & Shine, Five Star Lip Protection, Complete Moisture, Lip Ointment or Moisture Melt, SS 11/10
    (use .75/2 off, makes it $1.29 ea.)(if doubles – use .25/1 off, makes it $1.17)
  • L’Oreal Sublime Sun, 1.7-4 oz, $6.99
    (good through 12/28)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off L’Oreal product, new registrants printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off L’Oreal product printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off L’Oreal Sublime Sun item printable
    (use $2 off, makes it $4.99)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Poise Liners, 16 ct., $1
    (good through 1/25)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Poise liners, (register) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Poise pads or liners, August All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Poise pad or liners printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Poise pads or liners, October All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/2 Poise pads or pantiliners printable (limit reached)
    -$1 off Poise light bladder leakage liners, 16 ct. +, Ibotta App mobile coupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Poise Pads or Liners printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Poise pads or liners (unlock coupon) printable
    (use $1 off mfr, $1 off Ibotta, makes it FREE plus profit)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Sure Deodorant, 2.7 oz, $1.50
    (good through 12/7)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sure product, 2.6 oz +, SS 11/17
    (makes it 50¢)

Baby Care

  • Comforts Hand Sanitizer, 8 oz, $1
    (good through 1/04/14)

Household

  • Trudeau Sport Bottle, 14 oz, $3
    (good through 12/21)
  • Oxford Index Cards, 100 ct., 30¢
    (good through 12/21)
  • Kroger Home Sense Tissues, 56-160 ct., $1
    (good through 1/04/14)
  • Kroger Latex Gloves, 1 pair, $1
    (good through 1/04/14)
  • Handi-Foil Eco-Foil Cake or Pie Pans, 2-3 ct., $1
    (good through 1/04/14)
  • Elmer’s School Glue, 4 oz, 79¢
    -3% back Elmer’s glue sticks, school glue or Glue-All, SavingStar eCoupon
  • Dial Hand Soap, 7.5 oz, $1
    (good through 12/14)

Pet Care

  • Milk-Bone Dog Biscuits or Trail Mix, 9-24 oz, $2.50
    (good through 1/04/14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Milk-Bone dog snacks, RP 10/6
    (makes it $2 ea.)
    • Kirbi Thomas

      Hi guys! I a newbie and trying to learn. In her post she always mentions rock bottom prices, are the acorns next to the deal the rock bottom price? Also is she just listing the deals of the week that are available or are the others good deals as well in this post?

      • Acorns mean it’s a stock up price. (Like a squirrel hoards acorns for winter.) If it’s not a rock bottom price for that item, it’s REALLY close to it. So stock up if you need it!

        This list just covers the unadvertised deals at Kroger this week. It’s the stuff that’s a good price but for some reason or the other, was NOT included in the paper ad. To see the regular weekly list for Kroger, mouse over the “Grocery Stores” tab near the top, scroll down to “Kroger,” and three sub-categories will pop out to the right of “Kroger.” Click on “Weekly Ad” and it’ll be the top one on that page. ^_^

        For the weekly ad she pulls the best deals from the paper ad and matches them up with coupons. Most of them are not stock up deals, but more of a “if you need it, it’s an okay price” thing.

        Acorns items are fabulous, but they aren’t very common. Most of your shopping will still be non-acorn items!

        • Kirbi Thomas

          Thank you so much for responding. I watched her video today and will go on my first adventure today. It will probably be a good month before i really see savings because today I am rshopping what I need and will begin looking for coupons! Thanks again.

          • Good luck to you! ^_^

            • Kirbi Thomas

              Hey Mira, When she post coupons for us to print or even the coupons that are printable next to the deals of the week for each store, are these the same ones that come in the Sunday inserts? I am just trying to get a good understanding. So if I go to coupons.com, SS or RP will those be the same ones from the inserts? Do I really need to get a newspaper or can I just print them? Or is the point to get the paper and go to those sites so we can have more of each coupon?

            • Ev

              Kirbi,

              The coupons that are printable tend to similar to what is available in the inserts, but different too. It depends on the manufacturer and site you find them on. For instance, there were $160/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough printables through Pillsbury’s website, $1.50/2 printables available on Coupons.com and $1/2 in the insert. I’ve also seen the opposite, $3 off Nivea Lotion in the insert and $2 off printables. Then there are the ones that are the same $1 off M&M 9.9oz+ printable and inserts. It’s tricky to gauge on whether you want to go with inserts or printables. I do both, but I only buy inserts when I see a profit in getting them. It costs me $2 for a Sunday paper. So I scan through the list of possible upcoming coupons (Jenny posts them on Wed/Thurs), and if I see more than $2 worth of coupons on items I would normally use, I make plans to buy the paper – I buy 2 for my household. My sis-in-law coupons only through printables and she does great! I like printables, but find it a daunting task to print all of the ones I would use, cut them and sort them. It takes me forever to sort a shopping list because of that. Not to mention, that I don’t have a lot of time to devote to couponing. I have been couponing off and on since March of this year. I’ve already seen the difference in my normal grocery spending even without coupons. I refuse to be a hoarder or stockpile excessive amounts. I generally buy 4 of something at the maximum, unless we use it regularly. I also look for items costing less than $1 OOP to donate to my church or other programs I’m involved in. It’s been amazing to give without breaking our small budget, by just investing sometime. We were able to bless our local YMCA summer camp for underprivileged kids with 50 toothbrushes and 36 full size tubes of toothpaste for free – and that was within only 4 months of me couponing! PTL! Good luck with learning, it’s not to hard to navigate once you learn a bit through trial and error. The key is to take a calculator and take your time! ;-)

          • Hey, I’m responding to your last reply, but it won’t let me reply until it’s active. Whenever you put a link it has to be approved by a moderator, and that often takes a while. ^_^

            Each coupon listed tells you where to find it. Something that says SS 11/17 means the Smart Source insert from November 17th. RP means the Red Plum insert. If it says printable, it could be from a number of places, but the link takes you as close to the coupon as possible. (Sometimes you have to look a little bit. This seems to be especially true if it’s a manufacturer’s page.)

            Whether you prefer to get the paper, order coupons online, print them out, a combination of the above or none of the above, it’s totally up to you. I’m shopping for just my husband and I, so we don’t need enough coupons to get 10 boxes of cheerios for 25¢ a box. One or two boxes will be plenty.

            In the videos Jenny talks about how even without coupons you can save a lot of money by just shopping the sale, and it’s really true! We don’t get the paper and my printer is kaput, so the only coupons I’m getting right now are from the blinking dispensers and coupon tearpads in the store. (I only grab 2 coupons from a single dispenser or tearpad. Save some for others!) Despite my lack of coupons, during the last mega event I still saved nearly 40% by grabbing only the items at the best price. For example, we LOVE the Zatarain’s frozen entrees for one, but regularly they’re $3.29 each. During the mega event they dropped to $1.49 each. No coupons were even available, but we stocked up and saved over 50% on them.

            So, long rambly story basically to say: don’t get too wrapped up in coupons. YES, they will save you more money! But it’s easy to get burned out on grabbing all the coupons when you first get started.

            Oh, if you start collecting the inserts, the easiest thing to do is get an accordion file folder and sort the inserts by date. Then when you see SS 11/17, you can go grab that insert and get the coupon. I used to write the date in marker on the front of the insert so I could see it better, and I put all of the inserts from that date in a sheet protector. (You know, the things they put in 3 ring binders to protect individual sheets of paper? We used them in school a lot.) For the random coupons you’ll find here and there, many people use a coupon caddy or a coupon binder. If you go for the binder, DO NOT get the plastic baseball card sheets to put coupon in. It’s a pain. Look for money protector sheets or coupon sheets. You can get them off Amazon and they’re much easier to use!

            • Kirbi Thomas

              Once again thank you! I won’t make you like my personal answerer (is that a word lol) but I guess when I tried to reply from the email it was not letting me do it. Yes, there seems like so much to learn. I only have my husband and I as well and wanted to learn how to do this before children. (I plan to get free or close to free diapers one day lol) I guess I need to make a firm decision on which store I will shop at and go from there. I will keep my buy list with me as well. I need to get that $.25 cereal because I just paid close to $4 the other night. I also am trying to get an understanding of the CVS and Walgreens. I know doing way too much!

            • There *is* a lot to learn, so don’t be afraid to ask questions! It’s a smart idea to focus on one grocery store first and really learn that before you branch out. Every store has a different coupon policy, which is annoying.

              I can sympathize with the pain of paying full price after you’ve started couponing. My hubby and I like to use spicy brown mustard for sandwiches, but sometime in early spring we were completely out and although I tried to wait, no sales were popping up. Finally buckled and paid full price. (Ugh!!) But when it went on sale the next time it was actually FREE after coupons! I went a teensy bit overboard and ordered a bunch of coupons. Ended up with 12 bottles of free mustard. It makes me giggle to look in the pantry and see my Mustard Army. We should be set for a while!

    • amanda

      The coupon you have listed on the Snickers Bites is for 8.2-11.5 oz and the snickers bites are only 8 oz. Not a correct match up :(

      • dawg4

        My coupon that I printed a while back, says for bags 7 oz. through 11.5 oz.

      • petrel18

        my Snicker bites were $2.50. I couldn’t find any for a buck?

    • Kimberly Brick

      Question: If you buy 3 gerber grabbers and get a $2 catalina back, CAN you use that $2 catalina to buy another 3 gerber grabbers? and still get another $2 catalina back?

      • Yup! ^_^ That’s called “rolling” catalinas.

        • Kimberly Brick

          awesome thank you Mira

    • traci0322

      Yes, the correctly sized Mars bites are $2.50 on sale this week.

    • Brenda

      Not sure where is the best place to share this, but I live in TN and we have Kroger and Shell stations. Shell gives the same gas rewards as Kroger stations and I have discovered that I can save a lot on gas when I buy a Shell gift card. Through December 7 in our area they are offering 4 times the gas points on non-reloadable gift cards. I buy a $100 Shell gift card and I have automatically earned 40 cents off on my next gas purchase. My husband doesn’t like it, but I try to get the tank as low as possible before filling up using the gas points. When the gift cards are 4 times the points I usually buy the gift cards for the next month and this gives me more of a savings. I have also started buy restaurant gift cards for places we go when the points are higher. $300 in gift cards will earn you $1 off your next fill-up at the gas pump. It was hard for me at first to spend $300 on gas/gift cards, but I finally got my brain to understand I wasn’t spending unnecessary money, I was just transferring where the money was. The thing we have to remember is if a gift card is lost, it is money lost, so they need to be treated as cash and kept safe until you use them. Do you get breakfast at Burger King or McDonalds. Do you ever eat at Subway or Cracker Barrel? Gift a gift card and save on more money at the gas pump.

      • Wendi S

        Where in TN do you live? I’m in Memphis and Shell gives a maximum 10c/gallon for Kroger customers here. The only way to get the stacked gas discount like 40c/gallon is at Kroger gas stations.

    • Jessica Gray

      So the milky ways are “on sale” at my Kroger for a 1.50. However, they are marked as a “manager special.” item. I was informed at the register that “manager special” discounted items the store will not take a coupon for, because the item is quote; “already deeply discounted” But Kroger’s online coupon policy doesn’t say that! nor does the store’s posted coupon policy states this. I was really mad they appeared to have rule that aren’t posted anywhere I can find. Nor could the manager or customer service produce these policies when I asked for it. They also won’t take a printed coupon valued at more then 1.50. (I had a 2.00 off item coupon they also didn’t take during this transaction.) Has anyone else run into this?

      • My experience with coupons on manager’s specials has been that it all depends on how they code the product. And it seems there are two ways to go.

        1. The item rings up as Managers Special. I’ve never had coupons work with these because to the computer, there is no brand to go by. It could be a toothbrush, bag of charcoal, frozen pizza, whatever. All the computer knows is that this item is a Managers Special. No amount of wheedling will get them to accept any coupons.

        2. An actual price change. It still has the managers special tag on it, but when it rings up it’ll say something like, Betty Crocker Mac & Cheese, 30¢. Coupons DO work for these!

        I don’t know how to tell which it’ll be until it rings up, so you might just ask them to scan it first and then see. As for not accepting coupons more than $1.50, I’ve never heard that. They even have Kroger eCoupons for $2 and more. I’m guessing the store might have had a problem with coupon fraud? You could try emailing coorporate and see if they have any answers. That’s $2 out of your pocket!

    • Gen

      Are these the “rock bottom” deals?