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  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
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  • 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 Weekly Ad 10/4-10/10

on 10.4.2009 at 9:33pm
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At long last here are the Kroger deals for the week.  This list is very long!  There are lots of added unadvertised deals for the mega event and just other things I saw when I was out.  The Mega Event is on Frozen items only, Buy 10 Get $5 off instantly.  There are some very good deals, most of the items were marked down significantly for the sale, plus the instant savings plus coupons… it makes me excited.

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Remember:

  1. Load your P&G, Shortcuts and Cellfire Coupons before going out. (E coupons information)
  2. You can use a paper coupon with all the above e coupons for FREE products or even better savings WHY
  3. You do not have to buy 2 of B1G1 items to get the sale price
  4. Most Kroger stores double coupons that are .50¢ or less

Produce

  • Green Peanuts .99¢ lb
  • Kroger Mini Peeled Carrots16 oz pkg., $1 ea
  • Avocados $1 ea
  • Jonagold, Granny Smith, Red Delicious or Gala Apples $1 lb
  • Bartlett Pears $1 lb

Meat

  • Fresh Ground Beef 73% Lean, 5 lb pkg $1.68 lb
  • Whole Smoked Picnic 99¢ lb
  • Fresh Mixed Pork Chops $1.99 lb
  • Ledbetter Bacon Wrapped Beef Fillet 6 oz., B1G1
  • Pork Loin Baby Back Ribs $3.99 lb
  • U.S.D.A. Choice Bone In Ribeye Steaks $5.99 lb
  • Kroger Sliced Pepperoni 3.5 oz,. $1 ea
  • Hormel Marinated Pork Tenderloin 1.15 lb or Loin Fillet, 1.7 lb B1G1
  • Sunnyland Jumbo Franks 16 oz. or Bologna 16 oz. $1 ea
  • Fresh Salmon Fillets $6.99 lb
  • Crab Classics Crab Pieces B1G1 at $3.49
  • Carolina Pride entire line, 9-28 oz., B1G1 at $3.49-$3.99
    -$1.50/2 Carolina Pride Sausage or Smokies SS 6/12, 6/07, 4/19, 4/05
    (makes it $1.24 ea)
  • Tyson Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast $1.99 lb
    -.50/1 Tyson Fresh Chicken Product SS 10/04 (regional)
  • Hebrew National Beef Franks $2.50 ea
    -$1 off Hebrew National Kroger Home Mailer or printable
  • Hillshire Farm Ultra Thin or Hearty Slices, 8-10 oz Buy 2 Get One Free
    -$1/2 Hillshire Farm Meats RP 9/27
    -.55/1 Hillshire Farm Meats RP 9/27 or printable
    Free Red Lunch Tote wyb (3) Ultra or Hearty Slices Mail in Rebate
  • Tennessee Pride Roll Sausage 16 oz., B1G1 at $2.99
    -$1 off any Tennessee Pride Product RP 9/13 (makes it .49¢ ea)
  • Tennessee Pride Sausage Gravy 8 oz., $1 ea
    -$1 off any Tennessee Pride Product RP 9/13 (makes it FREE)

Refrigerated

  • Kroger Cream Cheese 8 oz., $1 ea
  • Kroger Refrigerated Bagels14.25 oz., $1 ea
  • Kroger Gallon Milk $2.58 ea
  • Kroger 18 ct. Eggs $1.50 ea
  • Kroger 24 oz Cheese, Bar or Shredded, $3.99 ea
  • Kraft Singles 12oz., $1.77 ea
    -$1/2 Kraft Singles Kroger “My Magazine” home mailer
    -.75/2 Kraft Singles Kraft food & Family Mag. Sept ’09
  • Tropicana Orange Juice or Trop50 Juice 59-64 oz., $2.89 ea
    -$1 off Trop 50 RP 9/13 or printable (join Trop50)
    -$1/2 Trop 50 RP 9/13
  • Yoplait Yogurt 4-6 oz Cups .50¢ ea
    -.40/6 Yoplait Cups SS 9/13, 8/09
    B6G1 Yoplait Cups SS 8/09
    -.50/6 Yoplait Cups printable or printable
    -.50/6 Yoplait Cups Cellfire eCoupon or Shortcuts eCoupon
    (buy 6, use paper coupon with eCoupon makes it .25¢ ea)
  • Dannon Yogurt Multi-pack yogurts, $1.99 ea
    -$1 off Activia SS 10/4, 8/30, 8/09
    -$1 off Danactive SS 10/4, 8/30, 8/09
    -$1 off Danimals SS 10/4, 8/30, 8/09
    (makes it .99¢ ea)
    -$1 off Dannon Light & Fit SS 8/30, 8/09
    -.60/1 Dannon Light & Fit SS 10/4
  • Pillsbury Biscuits, $1.66 ea
    Buy 3, Get $1 off your next purchase

    -$1/2 Pillsbury Grands! Cellfire eCoupon or Shortcuts eCoupon
    -$1/2 Pillsbury Grands! printable or printable
    -$1/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands! Biscuits SS 8/09, 7/12
    -.35/1 Pillsbury Grands! SS 7/12
    -.30/2 or .40/2 Grands! Biscuits SS 8/09
  • Pillsbury Sweet Rolls $1.66 ea
    Buy 3, Get $1 off your next purchase

    -$1/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls Cellfire eCoupon or Shortcuts eCoupon
    -$1/2 Pilsbury Sweet Rolls
    printable
    -.50/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls SS 9/13
    -$1 off Pillsbury Sweet Rolls printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Pillsbury Crescent Rolls $1.66 ea
    Buy 3, Get $1 off your next purchase
    -$1/2 Pillsbury Crescents Rolls Cellfire eCoupon or Shortcuts eCoupon
    -$1 off Crescent Rolls printable (IE) or printable (FF)
    -$1 off Crescent Rolls (different coupon) printable (IE) or printable (FF)
    -.50/2 Crescent Rolls SS 9/13
  • Silk Soymilk, 64 oz., $2.99 ea
    -.75/1 Silk Soy Milk SS 9/13 (regional)

Frozen

  • * Items are part of Buy 10 Frozen Mega Event, price listed is after .50¢ savings per item
  • Healthy Choice or Marie Callender’s Entrees *$1.77 ea
    -$2 off Healthy Choice Meals printable (makes it FREE)
    -$1/2 Healthy Choice Meals Sept. All You Mag. or printable
    -$1/2 Marie Callender’s Al Dente SS 9/27
    -.75/1 Marie Callender’s Al Dente printable or printable
  • Breyers Ice Cream 48 oz *$1.99 ea
  • Dove Ice Cream, 16 oz *$1.99 ea
  • Freschetta Pizza 9.4-29.6 oz *$4.49 ea
    -$1 off Freschetta Pizza printable
    -$1 off Freschetta Pizza SS 9/13
  • TGI Friday’s Appetizers *$2.49 ea
  • Pillsbury Savorings *$2.99 ea
    -$1 off Savorings SS 8/09
    -.55/1 Savorings SS 9/13, 10/4 or printable
  • Boca Burgers *$1.99 ea
  • Mrs. Pauls Seafood *$3.49
    -$1.50 off Mrs. Pauls Seafood printable (zip 30013)
  • Armour Meatballs *$1.99
  • Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers *$1.49 ea
    -.40/1 Valley Fresh Steamers SS 10/04
    -.50/1 Valley Fresh Steamers SS 9/13
    -.50/1 Valley Fresh Steamers printable or printable
  • Sara Lee Pies or Cakes 11.5-37 oz., *$2.99 ea
    -$1 off Sara Lee Cheesecake Item RP 8/23
    -$1 off Sara Lee Pound Cake RP 8/23
  • Kroger Appetizers, 15-35 oz., *$3.49 ea
  • Edwards Pie Slices 5.2-6.7 oz., *$1.49 ea
    -$1 off Edwards Singles SS 8/30
  • Aunt Jemima Frozen Breakfast 6-14.8 oz., *99¢ ea
    -$1/2 Aunt Jemima Frozen Pancakes SS 10/4
  • Boston Market Entrees, 9.2-16 oz., *$1.49 ea
    Free Boston Market Side wyb (2) Entrees “Fresh Flavorful, Frozen” booklet
    -$1/3 Boston Market Meals printables
  • Pepperidge Farm Frozen Bread 9.5-19.6 oz., *$1.49 ea
    -.60/1 Pepperidge Farm Frozen Bread SS 10/4
    -.40/1 Pepperidge Farm Frozen Bread SS 10/4
  • Weight Watchers Frozen Treats 4-12 ct., *$2.99 ea
    -$1 off Weight Watchers Frozen Treat in store dispenser
    -$1 off Weight Waters Novelty Shortcuts eCoupon
    $1 saved for college wyb Weight Watchers Novelty Upromise eCoupon
  • Sister Schubert’s Parkerhouse Rolls 11-15 oz., *$1.99 ea
    -$1 off Sister Schubert SS 9/13 or printable
  • Tyson Frozen Chicken 20.5-29 oz., *$4.49 ea
    -$1 off Tyson Appetizers “Fresh Flavorful Frozen” booklet
    -$1 off Tyson Frozen Chicken RP 8/02 or Aug. All You Mag.
    -.55/1 Tyson Appetizers RP 8/02
    -$1/2 Tyson Appetizers RP 8/02
  • Contessa StoveTop Meals 24 oz., *$4.49 ea
    -$1.50/2 Contessa Meals printable
  • Totino’s Pizza Rolls 40 ct., *$2.99 ea
    -.35/1 Totino’s Rolls SS 9/13, 8/09, 7/12
    -.40/2 Totino’s Rolls SS 9/13, 8/09, 7/12
  • El Monterey Appetizers 11.2-32 oz., *$2.49 ea
    -$1 off El Monterey Tornados SS 10/4
    -$1 off El Monterey Taquitos printable
  • Other Frozen Deals
    California or DiGiorno Pizza $4.47 ea
    -$1 off Californai Pizza SS 9/27
    -.50/1 DiGiorno Pizza SS 9/27
    -$1 off DiGiorno Crispy Flat Bread Pizza SS 8/23, 8/16
  • Bertolli Skillet Meals 21.7-24 oz., $5.99 ea
    -$1 off Bertolli Skillet Meal RP 10/4 or printable
    -$1.25 off Bertolli Meals Kroger Home Mailer
  • Lean Cuisine or Stouffer’s Entrees, 5-21 oz., $1.99 ea
    -$1/3 Lean Cuisine Entrees RP 9/13
    -$1/5 Lean Cuisine Entrees RP 9/13

    -$2/3 Lean Cuisine Entrees September All You Magazine
    -$1/3 Lean Cuisine June All You Magazine
  • Edy’s Ice Cream 48 oz., $2.99 ea
    -$1 off Edy’s Grand Ice Cream RP 8/23
  • Pillsbury Toaster Strudel or Scrambles 10-11.5 oz., $1.99 ea
    -.35/1 Toaster Strudel SS 9/13, 8/09
    -.55/2 Toaster Strudel SS 9/13, 8/09 or printable or here
    -$1 off Toaster Strudel printable (IE) or printable (FF)
    -.55/2 Toaster Strudel
    Shortcuts eCoupon
  • Green Giant Vegetables Frozen, 7.5-10 oz., $1.25 ea
    -.50/2 Green Giant Vegetables SS 9/13 or printable or here
    -.50/2 Green Giant Vegetables Cellfire eCoupon or Shortcuts eCoupon

Beverages

  • Ocean Spray 100% Cranberry Juice 64 oz or Carnergy 4 pk $2.48 ea
    -$1 off Ocean Spray Juice inside bags of Craisins
  • Fuze Beverage 6 pk $5.99 ea
    -$1.25 off Fuze 6pk Kroger “My Magazine” home mailer
  • Kroger Apple Juice 64 oz $1.29 ea
  • Big K Soft Drinks Assorted Flavors, 12 pk cans $1.99 ea
  • 7-Up or Diet Rite 2 Liter Soft Drinks $1 ea
    Buy 4, Get 1 free with card
  • Knudsen Juices B1G1 at $3.99
    -$1 off Knudsen Juices printable or Mambo Sprouts Spring or Summer booklets
  • Almond Breeze 32oz, non refrigerated $1.99 ea
    -$1/2 Almond Breeze SS 9/13
    -.55/1 Almond Breeze SS 9/13
  • Smartwater 1 liter $1 ea

Dry Goods

  • Bumble Bee Tuna Pouches .99 ea
    -$1 off Bumble Bee Tuna printable (makes it FREE)
  • Tabasco $1.39 reg. price
    -.50/1 Tabasco Sauce Shortcuts eCoupon
    -$1 off Tabasco Sauce SS 9/27
    -.50/1 Tabasco Sauce printable
    (use eCoupon with paper coupon makes it FREE)
  • Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce $2.89
    -$2 off Lea & Perrins RP 9/27
  • Hunt’s Canned Tomatoes .89 ea
    -.45/3 Hunt’s Tomatoes SS 10/4
    -$1/4 Hunt’s Tomatoes SS 10/4
    -.75/3 Hunt’s Tomatoes October All You Mag.
  • Thomas Bagels B1G1 at $3.99
  • Kashi Cereal or Granola Bars $2.99 ea
    -$1.50/2 Kashi Cereals printable (IE) or printable (FF)
    -$2 off Kashi Cereal Vocal Point mailer
  • Keebler Club Crackers or Keebler Right Bites Cookies $1.99 ea
    -$1/2 Club Crackers printable (limit reached)
    -$1/2 Keebler Right Bites printable
    -$2 off Milk wyb (2) Keebler or Sunshine Right Bites snacks “Fuel for School” booklet
  • Nabisco Snack Crackers 5.5-10 oz., $2.20 ea
    -.55/1 Nabisco Wheat Thins Kroger “My Magazine” home mailer
    -$1 off Wheat Thins printable (IE) or printable (FF)
    -$1 off Wheat Thins Kraft Food & Family Sept. ’09
  • Pringles 5.7 – 6.42 oz., $1.25 ea
    -.50/2 Pringles Cans PG 9/27 (use with eCoupon makes it .50 ea)
    -.50/2 Pringles Cans PG eCoupon
  • Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Bars 10.4 oz., $2.49 ea
    -$1/2 Nutri-Grain Bars coupon inside marked boxes of cereal
  • Betty Crocker Cookie Mix 17.5 oz $1.99 ea
    -.40/1 Betty Crocker cookie Mix SS 9/13, 8/09 or printable or here
    -$1/2 Betty Crocker Cookie Mix SS 9/13, 8/09
    -.40/1 Betty Crocker Cookie Mix Cellfire eCoupon
  • Hamburger Helper, Tuna or Chicken $1.50 ea
    -$1/3 Helper Meals SS 9/13, 8/09
    -.75/3 Helper Meals SS 9/13, 8/09 or printable or here
    -.75/3 Helper Meals Cellfire eCoupon
  • Kellogg’s Pop Tarts 12 ct., $1.98 ea
    -$2/2 Kellogg’s Products that provide Fiber RP 8/30
    -$1/2 Pop Tarts RP 9/13
    -.55/1 Pop Tarts RP 9/13
  • Kroger Pineapple 20 oz., $1 ea
  • Wrigley’s Slimpacks Gum Orbit or Eclipse Gum12-15 ct., $1 ea
    -.75/2 Wrigley’s Gum Slimpacks Kroger Home Mailer
  • Kroger Premium Chunk Chicken Breast 5 oz., $1 ea
  • Clif Energy Bars, Luna or Mojo Bars, 1.59-2.4 oz., $1 ea
    -.50/2 Clif Products Mambo Sprouts “Back to School” booklet
  • Tostitos Tortilla Chips 9-15.6 oz., $2.48 ea

Personal Care

  • Dial Body Wash, Bar Soap or Irish Spring Bar Soap $3.33 ea
    -$1/2 off Dial Body Washes SS 8/16
    -$1 off Dial Body Wash printable (IE) or printable (FF)
    -$1 off Dial for Men Body Wash printable
    -$1/2 Irish Spring Body Wash or Bar Soap S 9/27
  • Nature’s Bounty, Nature Made or Sundown Vitamins B1G1
    -$1 off Nature’s Bounty Vitamins And Supplements SS 9/13
    -$1 off Nature’s Bounty Vitamins And Supplements RP 8/23
    -$1 off Nature’s Bounty product printable
    -$2 off any Nature Made product Kroger “My Magazine” home mailer
    -$1 off Nature’s Made SS 8/10
    -$1 off Sundown Vitamins RP 10/4
    -$1 off Sundown Vitamins RP 8/23 (exp 10/17)
    -$3/2 Sundwon Vitamins printable
  • Huggies Jumbo Diapers $8.99 ea
    -$2 off Pull Ups printable
    -$1.50 off Huggies Diapers home mailers
    -$3/2 Huggies Diapers Cellfire eCoupon
    -$1.50 off Huggies Diapers Shortcuts eCoupon
    -$2 off Pull Ups
    Shortcuts eCoupon
  • Huggies Baby Wipes 64-72 ct., $2.50 ea
    -.50/1 Huggies Wipes June All You Mag.
    -$1 off Huggies Wipes coupon inside select packages
  • Crest Pro-Health Toothpaste 4.2 oz $2.50 ea
    -.50/1 Crest Premium Toothpastes PG 9/27
    -.75/1 Crest Premium Toothpaste 6.0 oz + PG eCoupon
    (use paper coupon with eCoupon makes it .25¢)
  • Crest Toothpaste 8.2 oz., $2 ea
    -$1/2 Crest Toothpastes PG 9/27
  • Kotex Pads, Liners or Tampons Pads $2.50 ea
    -$1/2 Kotex liners or tampons SS 8/23
    -$1 off Kotex pads SS 8/23
  • Gillette Fusion MVP Razor, Manual or Power Razor $7.99 ea
    -$4 off Gillette Fusion Razor PG 9/27
    -$2 off Gillette Fusion Razor PG eCoupon
    (use paper coupon with eCoupon makes it $1.99)
  • Shick Disposable Razors $4.99
    -$1 off Schick Disposables Shortcuts eCoupon
    -$3 off Schick Quattro Disposables SS 9/13 (makes it .99)

Household

  • Glade Sense & Spray $8.99
    Buy 1, Get $2 off your next purchase
    -$4 off Glade sense & Spray printable
  • Palmolive Dish Soap $1.99 ea
    -.75/1 Palmolive Pure + Soaps SS 9/27
    -.25/1 Palmolive Soap SS 9/27
    Free Palmolive Pure + Mail in Rebate SS 9/27
  • Arm & Hammer Liquid Laundry Detergent $2.99 ea
    -$1/2 Arm & Hammer Detergent printable
  • Ziploc Storage or Freezer Bags $2.49 ea
    -.55/1 Ziploc Bags SS 9/13
    -.40/1 Ziploc Bags SS 9/13
    -$1/2 Ziploc Bags SS 8/30, 8/09
  • Scrubbing Bubbles 22 oz, $2.49 ea
    -$1 off any Scrubbing Bubbles printable (limit reached)
    -$1 off Scrubbing Bubbles SS 8/02
    -.75/1 Scrubbing Bubbles SS 8/02
  • Gladware Storage Containers $2.50 ea
    -$1/2 Glad Storage products tearpad
  • Cottonelle Bath Tissue 12 Rolls $5.99 ea
    -$1 off Cottonelle 12pk October All You Magazine

    -.50/1 Cottonelle 4pk or larger SS 8/23 or
    printable
    -.25/1 Cottonelle Cellfire eCoupon
    (use paper coupon and eCoupon makes it $4.74)
  • Viva Paper Towels 6 Rolls $5.99 ea
    -.75/1 Viva Towels in store dispenser

    -$1 off Viva Towels SS 8/16 (makes it $4.99)

    -.50/1 Viva Towels
    printable
  • Kroger Nice’n Soft Facial Tissues 65-160 ct., $1 ea
  • Kroger Value Foam Plates 50 ct., $1 ea

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    • Stacey

      Do you know if you can use the Huggies shortcuts e-coupons for pull-ups on Huggies Overnights?

      • Jenny

        I would probably say no. E coupons are very specific to the product they are intended for so you will probably find that it doesn’t come off.

        • I have used the Huggies Shortcuts e coupon on the Overnights. I don’t think you can use it for Pull Ups though, the wording is any package of Huggies diapers. Shortcuts does have a Pull Up ($2 off) e coupon too.

      • jordan

        I just used the cellfire Huggies coupon on Overnites and a package of Pure and Natural diapers and it worked. I also used two printed coupons for more savings. Thanks for the tips Jenny!

    • Racheal

      Great buy on the BIC Soliel at Kroger this week. The razors are on sale for either $2.87 or $2.84 and there is a $3.00 coupon. Whoohoo!

      • kelli

        I mentioned this below as well, but I just wanted to say again that my very coupon friendly Kroger will not accept a coupon with overage and will not adjust it down either.

      • Marina

        Where can I find that $3 coupon? :)

      • Brittney

        they were $3.87 at mine

      • Loren

        I think my $3 off coupon expired on 9/30

    • Racheal

      The Reach Dental floss is on sale for $1.34.. There is a .50 coupon. Not as good of a deal as a few weeks ago when it was 10 for 10 but if you missed out and need some. Here you go!

      • Loren

        Reach dental floss is only .97 at walmart and they have several varieties to choose from.

    • kelli

      I saw that the Bumble Bee tuna is marked at $.99 and there’s a $1 off coupon… I just wanted to let people know that my Kroger will not take a coupon that give you overage and they will not adjust it down. My Kroger is VERY coupon friendly, so I thought that others might have trouble with this as well.

      • Marina

        I used this coupon yesterday. I bought 2 pouches of tuna and had 2 coupons. The cashier wouldn’t let me use 2 of the same coupons in one transaction. She said it’s a new policy. So I just split the transactions and paid 2 cents of tax for each. I’m not sure how this benefits them since they have to waste ink/paper for another receipt. Oh well. :)

        • kelli

          good to know. I’ll have to give it a try.

        • Steve

          How do they expect you to participate in their mega sales if you can’t use 2 or more of the same coupons in one transaction? So are you telling me if you have a cart full of groceries, they ring them up, then you hand them your coupons and they drop that bomb on you that you can’t use multiples of the same coupon? I’d tell them to void the whole sale, re-ring the items I would like to buy with their new coupon policy and then they can return all the others to the shelf. It seems like that would create a major backup at the checkout lines.

          • Jennifer

            It is only on printed coupons that have the same bar code. If you have 2 of the same coupon, but printed them from different sources, you can still use both. I am just happy they take coupons printed off the internet at all.

        • Unfortunately, my Kroger (Nashville area) doesnt have the tuna for .99, it is $1.39. I suppose the rent is higher so some items are priced a little different. On another note, they did allow me to have some overage on my trip tonight. I had a $2 off Huggies coupon and did receive a penny overage.

          • Hsv mom

            Is the $1.39 the 5oz or the 2.5oz? The .99 price is for the 2.5oz, but not all stores carry that size.

      • Beth

        My Kroger does not have the tuna on sale for .99…its at 1.39. Hey I’m not complaining. 39 cents for tuna is still a great buy but I wonder why its higher than the .99 you’ve posted. I couldn’t find it in the Sunday sale circular. ??

      • Julie

        I just went to the Kroger in Irmo, SC and was told that I could not use the $1 coupon for the tuna either. She told me that it is their policy that they do not give food away for free. Not quite sure I understand that logic when they advertise B1G1 and they get the $$ from the manufacturer! Anyone know of a Kroger in the Columbia area that accepted this coupon?

    • JD

      Does scrubbing bubbles ever go on bogo at publix?

      • Jenny

        It is B1G1 right now at Publix :)

        • jennifer

          Not only is it BOGO, there is a $2/2 peelie on some cans. If you can find one of those cans, that makes them about $1.30 for 2 cans.

    • Heather

      Does anybody know if with the Pillsbury deal if you have to buy 3 biscuits or 3 crescent rolls to get the $ off your next purchase or if you can combine the items (buy 1 biscuit, 1 crescent roll and 1 cinnamon roll)? Thanks!

      • Alison

        Yes, you can mix and match them.

      • Charity

        You can mix and match..it doesn’t have to be the same thing.

    • Laura

      I saw this deal looking over the ad: the Hershey’s giant candy bars (I think just regular and special dark) are $1.25. Use the $1/1 Hershey’s Special Dark Bag or Extra Dark Bar or Bag from 9/27 SS to get them for .25 each. (Unless “extra dark” is a new product that the sale doesn’t include.?)

    • Mina

      I’ve been wanting to mention to anyone who might not already be familiar with major sales cycles that October and March are traditionally the two months for the best overall sales on frozen foods. March is designated Frozen Food Month and October is the end of the main harvest season. It was sort of an “Out with the old; in with the new” time for the producers.

      I like weeks when I’m not running super short on any necessities and nothing much in the sales excite me. The Boca Burgers are the one item that most interests me, but even they won’t be much of a draw if I don’t have room for 10 packs. Even rocks on top of the deep freeze can only compensate for so much.

    • Beth

      In the Kroger “My Magazine” home mailer there are coupons for the Kroger Apple Juice (25¢) and the Big K 12pk (50¢).

    • Stacie

      The front page of my Kroger ad has Colgate toothpaste 10 for 10 and I’m sure there are some coupons out there that would make that free but I’m not sure where they are yet.

    • Christina

      Has anyone happened to see the date on the sale tag for the Huggies? I know these sales often run multiple weeks at a time. There’s so little on my Kroger list for this week that I’d rather wait until next week if they’ll still be $8.99 then. Thanks!

      • I went today and checked the tags. The sale price expires 10/10.

      • Also, Pull-ups usually are on sale same price as Huggies. This time, they weren’t. Pull-ups were the regular price at my store in Conyers, Ga ($9.77).

    • Victoria

      My RP 9/13 did not have any Tennessee Pride coupons – do you know where else I can look?

      • Mine didnt either.

        • Kerry

          Fill out the form, they’ll email them to you!

          http://www.tnpride.com/coupons.asp

          • Kerry

            Oh and it’s a pdf type file, so you can print as much as you want.

            I got $1/2 Roll Sausage & $1/1 Any breakfast sandwich (I don’t know if those are on sale)

            • Kerry

              Ok, so that pdf thing was a big fat lie! Sorry. I got comment happy. I’ll stop no, I promise.

    • Dana

      Does anyone know if you can load mulitples of the cellfire coupons and how? I have several Betty Crocker cookie mix coupons, but only one cellfire coupon would load. Any suggestions?

      • Christina

        You can only load one. If you get multiple Kroger Plus cards and register them, you can load one onto each card. Also, shortcuts.com will let you load a new one each time one becomes available so you could have an overlap (for instance, I had a Pull-ups coupon loaded, then a new one was released, so I loaded it, and had two on there because neither had expired yet). I think they load new ones once or twice a month, and they usually don’t expire for a month or two. I’ve never tried to buy two of the same item in one transaction; even if I have two loaded to my card, I do separate transactions.

    • There was a manufacturer’s coupon in the “Fresh Flavorful, Frozen” booklet for $2 off one T.G.I. Friday’s Frozen Snacks or Complete Skillet Meals. Would this coupon apply with this week’s deal on T.G.I. Friday’s appetizers?

    • Iris

      I just went to get the crest toothpaste and the e-coupon did not come up. I went to customer service and they said the companies are not attaching them promptly. ???

    • Jenny

      At my Kroger, the taquitoes were not on sale. I thought it was a really crazy cheap price when I saw it on here, but only the taquito crunchers are included. Oh well.

    • Deb

      I know it’s probably been covered 100 times before, but can anyone tell me if Kroger takes competitors coupons. I went to Ingles and tried to give them a comp. Q and they refused it stating they have never taken comp Q’s, although I know I have given them some before with no problem. I just don’t want to look silly when I go to Kroger tomorrow.

      • Mawz

        No they do not!

    • Courtney

      Has the Knudsen juice printable worked for anyone? When I go to the website it says that there are currently no coupons available!

    • Hilary

      Just an FYI and if you have little ones this may interest you, but in the Organic/Natural Foods section there are Van’s Mini Natural Waffles (32 to a box) on sale for $1! Both regular and gluten free are $1. HTH!

    • Emily

      I wanted to ask for some advice. I’m a meal planner and had always avoided Buying anything that wasn’t neccessary for that two weeks I was shopping for. We live on a very tight budget and I can’t figure out how utilize coupons and sales without driving myself mad at all the info and not really buying groceries with a meal plan in mind. I’m scared to use my grocery budget money and have a well stocked pantry but with not reaLly anything that goes together or is full of preservatives or overley unhealthy SOS!!the sheer amount of info for different stores, deals,and trying to remeber to get a paper let alone trying to remeber to go to all the online places is making my looney.HELP!

      • Michelle in Martinez

        Emily, I don’t know if this will help you or not, but I think and shop the opposite way. Instead of planning meals and then going shopping to get those items, I just buy what’s on sale that week (I have 4 different stores to choose from), and whatever I come home with, I match up for meals. It’s a little harder when first starting, but once you build up a nice stockpile, you won’t have to pay full price for hardly anything ever again! For example, if pasta is on sale and ground beef is on sale, I will buy them (and freeze the ground beef), holding onto it until the sauce goes on sale. Then I would make spaghetti or baked ziti or whatever. You save a ton more money doing it that way than making meal plans and trying to find the items you need on sale. I’ve pretty much cut my grocery bill in half, and I rarely run out of something and need to pay full price anymore. Good luck!

      • Shannon

        I make dinner based on what is on sale too. I usually only shop at Publix. Like you, trying to remember all the rules for every store is just too much. I went to Publix yesterday and paid 54.87 for $187.03 of groceries.

    • Emily, my biggest advice is to start small. Focus on one store and then, when you feel comfortable, branch out to a second store. I keep an eye on five stores but generally only shop at two or three in any given week.

      If the idea of trying to build a stockpile is overwhelming on your budget, here are a few ideas. (I think Jenny probably has a section on building your stockpile, but I’m not looking very in depth right now.)
      -Try to cut a few dollars a week from your budget. After a couple weeks, use those leftover dollars toward building a stockpile. If drugstores are one of the places you want to start shopping (say, CVS) then you should only need the cash sum on your first purchase: after that one, roll your ECBs to the next purchase and don’t buy more than what your ECBs will allow.
      -Ask for a gift card to get you started (ask families members at the next gift-giving holiday). If you can get even $25 on a grocery or drugstore gift card, that can be where your stockpile starts. Use it to buy items with ECBs, RRs, SCR or manufacturer mail-in rebates. Then when you get the rebate money (or ECBs or RRs) use those dollars to buy more–without having to dip into your weekly budgeted amount. I’m not a cash or envelope budget person, but maybe you could take the ECB/RR/cash from rebate check and put it into your grocery envelope in addition to the normal amount, or maybe put it in a separate envelope for your stockpile. Jenny also sometimes does gift card giveaways, so enter those!

      Also, as far as “not really buying groceries with a meal in mind” . . . they key is to figure out how to make meals with the items on sale + what you have on hand. Don’t waste your budget on cheap fillers and realize there’s nothing left for “real” food. Maybe one week, produce is so cheap that you can buy a couple weeks’ worth without going over your budget (maybe have to freeze some), and then the next week, skip a produce purchase and instead buy extra of whatever is cheap that week. After a while, you’ll have a couple (or many) meals’ worth of meat, bread, etc in your freezer, and you won’t have to worry so much about a “balanced” shopping trip.

    • Michelle in Martinez

      Did someone mention a Unilever deal going on?

    • Rachel

      I received a catalina in the Atlanta area describing a Pilsbury promotion. It states: Buy any Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked goods between 10/5 and 11/1

      Buy (4) and get $2.00 off
      Buy (5) and get $3.00 off
      Buy (6) or more and get $4.00 off

      This would be a catalina that prints off to use on your next purchase. Combine it with the deals and the $1.00 coupons and it would be way cheap.

    • jordan

      I just went Krogering at the Howell Mill location in Atlanta. I had my 10 items for $5 off and a few other things and the cashier just couldn’t figure it out. He told me I had to go buy some more items, and started ringing up more things, until he said the $5 came off. I was holding up the line, so I just checked out and went to customer service, and they sorted it out just fine. I got credit for all coupons too. So……either the really nice checkout guy is not up to speed on this sale, or the machines aren’t giving the right credit. My advice, if you have the time and patience, have them ring up the 10 sale items separately, so they only have to count to 10, and count your coupons before you give them to the cashier. Then check your receipt to make sure all of them rang up! Good Luck. At the end of it all, I did get some great deals. Thanks Jenny for all of your hard work!

    • I just wanted to verify that e-coupons and paper coupons can be used for the same item….
      E.g.–I have a paper coupon for the Crest Advanced Seal Strips $10 off and on the P&G e-saver website there is also one for $10 off. Does that mean I could essentially get that item for $20 off?

      • It should work that way. If it doesn’t then I think you can contact P&G for reimbursement on the ecoupon.

        I used ecoupons and paper coupons on the same items today at Kroger. Bought:
        2 Huggies Pure & Natural
        1 Huggies Overnight
        Used:
        2 x $3 off Pure & Nat
        1 x $2 off Overnight
        Came off at register, in addition:
        $3/2 Huggies (cellfire.com)
        $1.50/1 Huggies (shortcuts.com)

        $14.47 + tax for three packs of diapers. I’ve done better, but I’ve also done worse. It meets my $5/pack goal.

    • kelli

      I couldn’t find the 99 cent bumble bee tuna. The cheapest that I could find was $1.19. Still a good deal with the $1 off coupon, just not quite as good as free. :)

    • Amy

      Newbie here! I’m wondering if I need a raincheck for each item or if I can get multiple items with one. I’m in IN, so our ads start on Thursday. I have 12 pizza roll coupons and they were out, so I asked for a raincheck. Can I only get one box with that?

      • kelli

        I’ve only ever gotten a rain check once and when I did, I was asked how many of the item that I wanted. I would just call and ask the question. If might be different with different stores. Unless there is a limit on the item, there shouldn’t be a limit on the number that you can buy with the rain check, unless it’s written on it.

    • Sara

      For you bakers out there…Fleishman Yeast packs are a good deal right now. There are 40/1 coupons out there. Also..a 50cent catalina. They are $1.99 per pack right now…so with the catalina and the coupons, that makes it only 70cents a pack. I was a able to buy 2 packs and get 2 catalinas. I’m stocking up and freezing mine.

    • has anyone been able to find the Tennessee pride coupon i received 2 RP inserts that week and not one in either??

      • Sarah

        You can get a $1/2 coupon here: http://www.tnpride.com/coupons.asp
        I found this off of http://www.printablecoupondatabase.com.

        However, my Kroger did not have the Tennesse Pride sausage on sale; it looked like they were at the regular $2.99 price. :( So, I didn’t buy any today.

        • Mawz

          Thank you Sarah, for the database. I posted it on our local blog.
          It is one of the best I have seen!

    • Candace Waterer

      Hi,

      Im new here…can anyone tell me which Kroger ad this corresponds to? I live in the delta region and our sale starts on Wednesday. Is this list for last Wednesdays ad or this weeks…Is there a place that explains Kroger? Any help or advice you have would be much appreciated…thans! Candace

      • Chanele

        My kroger starts on Wednesday as well, so today begins this ad for us. We will always have sales start four days later than Jenny.

    • Tanya

      ***DEAL***
      At the Cumming, GA Kroger, they had coupons on the front of the freezer section for the Diogiorno’s pizza $2/2. Since they are on sale at about $4.50 right now, that makes them $3.50 each.

    • jessica moss

      i know you can stack e-coupons with paper coupons, but i was wondering if you could triple stack shortcuts, cellfire, and paper coupons. for example i have a huggies coupon on shortcuts.com, a huggies coupon on cellfire.com and a paper huggies coupon. i thought you could use them all, but lately on my receipts i have only seen the dedcution of my paper coupon and 1 of the ecoupons, not both e-coupons. do you think this is right? what have you encountered.

      • Amy

        No, this hasn’t been working for me either even if I buy 2 of the items. I had a shortcuts coupon for .75 off cocoa puffs and the same one on cellfire. I had a paper coupon for $1/3 GM cereals. I got 2 boxes of cocoa puffs and 1 box of Trix. Only the shortcuts coupon and my paper coupon came off even though I bought 2 boxes of cocoa puffs.

    • debbie miller

      Today was my first time at my 3 stores with this “program”. Kroger, in particular has an issue. On my receipt, how can I tell where it took of an “E-COUPON”? I had Cellfire and P&G and see notihing. I’m so disappointed. Is there a “code” to make it clear?

      • Mina

        Instead of showing on the bottom like paper q’s, the E-coupon deduction shows in the body of the receipt above or below the item that it attaches to. There will be a little code next to it to show whether it was a CF or PG q.

        • debbie miller

          Thank you!!! I am having the saddest problem with Cellfire and P&G. Neither of the “e-coupons” came off my receipt. I emailed both websites and no reply from cellfire and a reply from P&G. After much “ado” P&G agreed to put $4 on my card to use on ANY PRODUCT. Well, it still doesn’t work. No $4 discount on 3 visits now and they have not replied to this issue. They clearly have my # as it prints out on my “shopping list”. When I go in Kroger, I simply key in my home phone # to get my card discount. this shouldn’t make a difference since I still get sale prices that Kroger offers. So I know Kroger is “reading” my #. What can I do? Any suggestions, now.

    • Sande

      So, i have gone in twice to our local Kroger store and tried to stack a man. coupon and a comp. coupon and they have told me that there are too many coupons versus the amt of products. i told them that it’s called stacking coupons and they said it was fraud. HAHAHA too funny!! emailed corporate this morning and waiting to hear back from them. not shopping there any more at this point.

      • Kimberly

        My Kroger will not let me stack coupons either. I assume that is a policy that is up to the manager????

        • Amy

          what exactly is stacking coupons? Is it just using an ecoupon and a paper coupon or something else. Just wondering.
          Amy, Northern Kentucky

          • Julie

            You CAN stack a “paper” coupon (either one that you print off the computer OR one that you clip from a coupon insert) with an E-coupon (coupons that electronically load onto your Kroger Plus card).

            But, if the original comment is talking about stacking a manufacturer coupon (i.e. from the Sunday inserts) with a computer printable, then Kroger does consider that fraud and does not allow it in its coupon policy.

    • Kimberly

      Has anyone received the Pillsbury catalinas from the stores in Macon? Or any kind of discount for buying 3?

    • karen P

      My Kroger in Spring Hill, TN has 1/2 gal milk 10/$1. I just bought the last 1/2 gal of skim milk that they had, and was able to get a 30 day rain check. Also, they had organic Fiju apples on sale for $1.28 lb, but didn’t have any in their produce department showing to be on sale; the produce manager let me get whatever kind of apples that I wanted for that price. I love the Port Royal Kroger store in Spring HIll.
      Karen

    • julie

      I just went to my Kroger (Athens, GA) and they told me at the check out that the new coupon policy is no more than two ‘internet coupons’ total per transaction. so i had her unring most of my items and reshelve them. Has anyone else had this problem?

    • Julie

      Any word of a 3 day sale? Where would these be posted or are they secret? I heard that one of our Krogers had a 10lb bag of potatoes for $1.99 for Thurs/Fri/Sat.

    • anton

      julie, ajc.com advertises the kroger 3 day sales (its a whole 4 items, bread for a dollar, 10 lb potato for 1.99, and i forgot the other two)….

      also if you are doing the mega event frozen deal, marie callender has a rebate which would make one of them free…
      http://www.mariespasta.com/promise.pdf

    • Jennifer

      My Kroger in Mount Juliet, TN had the Healthy Life 100% Whole wheat bread on sale for $1.29 a loaf and with my doubled 50 cent coupon I got them for 29 cents a loaf!!! Of course, I bought 6 loafs! See if your store has the same deal.

    • Eve

      I’m wondering how to get the Kroger Home Mailer?
      Thanks!

    • Carol

      I am frustrated with the shortcuts coupon situation. I usually have all of my items scanned, then my Kroger card scanned, and then I give them my coupons. I have gotten home three times now and realized that my shortcuts coupons have not been deducted. Does anyone have any insight? I am tired of wasting my time loading coupons only to have them not work :-(. Any guidance will be greatly appreciated.

      • debbie miller

        Carol, I’m in Old Hickory, TN and go, mostly to the Kroger in Hermitage on Leb. Rd. Ever since loading “e-coupons” from the get-go to my card, they have never ever worked!!!!! Is that what you are referring to as well? I emailed cellfire and never rec. a reply and have had 2 emails back from P&G and what they told me wasn’t true. They put $4 the first time back on my card to use for “ANY PRODUCT”. So, 2 times I have been there and neither time did $4 come off my total. I have emailed them about this issue and have NO REPLY. I don’t want to try again until I can get some feedback as well. But, perhaps we’re having the same problem.

    • Sue

      I bought tons of the Pillsbury rolls during last week’s sale and didn’t receive any “save $2 on your next order” coupons. I assumed they would print out. I was at my all time LEAST favorite Kroger in Lawrenceville where I’ve had issues like this in the past. Is there anything I can do, after the fact?