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  • 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
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Kroger Weekly Ad 3/28-4/3

on 3.28.2010 at 1:28pm
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These deals start Sunday 3/28 in Kroger. It is a normal week of regular deals. If you see any other deals leave a comment or send me an email!shoppinglist1

Remember:

  1. Load your Shortcuts and Cellfire Coupons before going out. (E coupons information)
  2. You do not have to buy 2 of B1G1 items to get the sale price.
  3. Most Kroger stores double coupons that are .50¢ or less.

If you are new read up on what all this means and how to effectively use this list to save the most.

Produce

  • Ready Pac Garden Salad 2lb pkg at $2.50 ea
  • Dole Mushrooms whole or sliced 8 oz at $1.50 ea
  • Large California Navel Oranges or Texas Red Grapefruit 50¢ ea
  • Mustard or Turnip Greens at 79¢ bunch
  • Fresh Selections Blends 6.5-12 oz at $3 ea
  • Sweet Potatoes 69¢ lb
  • Fresh Asparagus $1.98 lb
  • Dole Gold Pineapple $2.50 lb
  • Broccoli Crowns $1.39 lb
  • Lighthouse Salad Dressing 12 oz at $2.50 ea
    -$1/2 Lighthouse products printable
  • Jumbo California Navel Oranges 8 lb bag at $5.99 ea
  • Shelled Walnuts or Almonds 16 oz at $3.99 ea

Meat

  • USDA Choice Standing Rib Roast Bone In at $5.99 lb
  • USDA Choice Ribeye Roast Boneless at $7.99 lb
  • Fresh Beef Sirloin Steak Boneless at $4.99 lb
  • Ledbetter Bacon Wrapped Filet 6 oz at $3.34 ea
  • Poultry
  • Tyson Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breast or Tenders $1.99 lb
  • Tyson Fresh Whole Fryer 98¢ lb
  • Perdue Fresh Oven Stuffer 99¢ lb
  • Ground Turkey $2.69 lb
  • Kroger Boneless Chicken Breast 3 lb at $5.99 ea
  • Private Selection Frozen Turkeys 14 lbs and up at 59¢ lb
  • Private Selection Boneless Turkey Breast 2.5 lb frozen at $6.99 ea
  • Honeysuckle Fresh Turkeys 14 lbs and up at $1.19 lb
    -$1 off Honeysuckle White Fresh or Frozen Turkey printable
  • Honeysuckle Turkey Tenderloin 30 oz B1G1
  • Pork
  • Pork Spareribs $1.69 lb
  • Tyson and Smithfield Bacon 16 oz B1G1
  • Jimmy Dean Roll Sausage 12-16 oz at B1G1
    -$1/2 Jimmy Dean Sausage Roll products RP 3/21, 1/31 (exp 3/28)
    -$1 off any Jimmy Dean product
    printable
  • Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage or Smoked Sausage Links 14-16 oz B1G1
    -$1/2 Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage RP 3/21, 1/31 or Food Network Magazine Apr ’10
  • Kroger Spiral Sliced Ham 7-9 lbs avg at $1.69 lb
  • Smithfield Shank Portion Ham Bone In 7-9 lb avg at $1.29 lb
    -$1 off Smithfield Ham printable sent in e-newsletter last week
  • Smithfield Butt Portion Ham Bone In 6-8 lb avg at $1.39 lb
    -$1 off Smithfield Ham printable sent in e-newsletter last week
  • Jimmy Dean Breakfast Sausage Links or Patties 9.6-10 oz at $2.50 ea
    -$1 off any Jimmy Dean product printable
    -$1 off Jimmy Dean Fully Cooked product RP 1/31
  • Smithfield Fresh Boneless Pork Tenderloin 14 oz B1G1
  • Meat Products
  • Ball Park Meat Franks 12.8-16 oz B1G1
    -.75/2 any Ball Park Products RP 3/14
    -$1/2 any Ball Park Products RP 3/14
  • Meals Made Simple Side Dishes 20-24 oz $2.50 ea
  • Kroger Thin Sliced Lunch Meat 7-9 oz tubs $2.50 ea
  • Kroger Sliced Lunch Meat 10 oz at $2.50 ea
  • Kroger Fully Cooked Bacon or Turkey Bacon 2.1-3 oz $2.50 ea
  • Hillshire Farm Deli Select Lunch Meat 5-6 oz $2 ea
    -.35 off Hillshire Farm Deli Select Ultra Thin or Hearty Slices Lunchmeat RP 3/14
    -$1/2 Hillshire Farm Deli Select Ultra Thin or Hearty Slices Lunchmeat RP 3/14
  • Seafood
  • Mahi Mahi Fillets $3.99 lb
  • Gorton’s or Mrs. Paul’s Fish Sticks 6.3-24.6 oz at $3.74
    -$1/2 any Gorton’s items SS 2/21, 1/24 or printable
    -.60 any Gorton’s All You Feb 10
    -$1/3 any Gorton’s items printable
  • Texas Gulf Raw Shrimp 26-30 ct $4.99 lb
  • Jonah Crab Claws $3.99 lb

Deli

  • Rotisserie Chicken at $4.99 ea
  • 8 Piece Combo Fried or Baked Chicken $5.99 ea
  • King’s Hawaiian Rolls 12 ct at $2.50 ea
    -$1/2 King’s Hawaiian 12 ct Rolls RP 1/31 or printable (FF) or printable (IE)

Fridge or Freezer

  • Kroger Gallon Milk $2.18-$2.88 (regional)
  • I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Spread 8-16 oz at 98¢ ea
    -.75/1 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Product In Store Dispenser
    -.50/1 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Product printable *zip 30003 (makes it FREE!)
    -.60/2 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Product SS 3/28
  • Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits 8 ct at 98¢ ea
    Buy 4 Get $2, Buy 5 Get $3, Buy 6+ Get $4 off your next order
    -.30/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Grands Biscuits SS 3/07 printable or here
  • Philadelphia Cream Cheese 8 oz at $1.25 ea
    -$1/2 Philadelphia Cream Cheese Kraft Game Day Greats booklet (exp 3/31)
    -$1/3 Jell-O Gelatin, Baker’s Chocolate or Philadelphia Cream Cheese Kraft Desserts booklet (exp 3/31)
  • Coffee-Mate Creamer 32 oz at $2.39 ea
    -.75/1 off Coffee-Mate Liquid or Powder RP 2/07, printable
  • Kroger Cottage Cheese, Sour Cream or Dip 16 oz at $1 ea
  • Jimmy Dean Breakfast Sandwiches or Skillets 14.4-18.4 oz at $3.99 ea
    -$1 off Jimmy Dean D-Lights Breakfast Sandwich All You April ’10 (if included)
    -$1 off Jimmy Dean Breakfast Skillets RP 3/07
  • Kroger Butter 1 lb at $2 ea
  • Cool Whip Topping 5.5-8 oz at 99¢ ea
  • Marie Callender’s Pies 28-46 oz at $3.99 ea
  • Birds Eye Vegetables 10-12 oz at $1 ea
    -$1/2 Birds Eye C&W Vegetables printable (FF) and printable (IE)
    -$1/3 Birds Eye Vegetable box or bag (excluding Steamfresh) SS 3/21
    -$1/3 Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetable, Pasta or Rice SS 3/21, 3/07, 2/28 (exp 3/28)
  • Red Baron Pan Pizza or Pan Pasta 26.4-30 oz at $4.99 ea
    -$1/2 Red Baron Multi-Serve Pizzas SS 1/31
  • Pillsbury Frozen Biscuits or Rolls 14-31.8 oz at $2.50
    -.75/2 Pillsbury Frozen Grands Biscuits SS 2/07, printable or here
    -$1/2 Pillsbury Frozen Grands! Biscuits SS 3/07, 1/24
    -.75 off Pillsbury Frozen Grands! Biscuits Cellfire eCoupon
  • Stouffer’s Family Size Entrees 29.5-40 oz at $3.99 ea
    -$1 off Stouffer’s Family or Large Family size entree All You April ’10 or printable
  • Kroger Frozen Potatoes 20-32 oz at $1.88 ea

Grocery

  • Lays Potato Chips 8.75-11 oz or Kettle Chips 8.5 oz at $1.98 ea
    -$1/2 Lay’s Kettle Cooked Potato Chips SS 3/21
    -$1 off Lay’s All-Natural Potato Chips SS 3/14 (if included)
    -$1 off any Lay’s Potato Chips 10.5-11 oz tearpad
  • Green Giant Canned Vegetables 67¢ ea
  • Kraft Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip 30 oz at $2.50 ea
  • Dunkin Donuts Coffee 11-12 oz at $5.99 ea
    -$1.50 off Dunkin Donuts 11oz+ RP 3/21
  • Crisco Cooking Oil 48 oz at $2.50 ea
  • Campbell’s Cream of Chicken or Mushroom Soup $1 ea
    -$1/2 Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking soups printable
    -.30/3 off Campbell’s Condensed Cooking Soups SS 2/28
    -$1/4 Campbell’s Cooking Soups printable
  • Kroger Powdered or Brown Sugar 2 lb at $1.39 ea
  • Gold Medal Flour All Purpose or Unbleached 5 lbs at $1.49 ea
  • Nestle Toll House Morsels 10-12 oz at $1.99
    -$1/2 Nestle Toll House Morsels RP 3/21, printable
    -.50/2 Nestle Toll House Morsels printable
    -.50/2 Nestle Toll House Swirled Morsels printable (if included)
  • Keebler Town House 9.9-16 oz or Club Crackers 9-16 oz at $1.88 ea
    -$1/2 Keebler Town House Flipsides Pretzel Crackers RP 2/07 (if included)
  • Idahoan Pouch Potatoes 4-4.1 oz at $1 ea
    -.40 off Idahoan Product printable, printable
  • Rice A Roni or Pasta Roni 3.8-7.2 oz at $1 ea
    -$1/3 Rice-A-Roni or Pasta Roni RP 1/03
  • Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallows 10-10.5 oz at 99¢ ea
  • Wish-Bone Salad Dressing 16 oz or Spritzers 7 oz at $1.50 ea
    -.75/1 Wish-Bone Dressing printable
    -$1.50/2 Wish-Bone dressing RP 3/28
  • Post Cereal 11-24 oz at $2.50 ea
    $4 off wyb (4) selected varieties of Post Cereal instantly at register (makes it $1.50 ea)
    -$1/2 Post Pebbles Cereal SS 3/14
    -.75/1 off Post Cereal SS 2/28
    -$1/2 Post Cereal for kids SS 2/28
  • Kroger Sandwich or Hot Dog Buns or Brown ‘N Serve Rolls at $1 ea
  • Kroger Jelly Beans 9 oz bag at $1 ea
  • Starburst Jelly Beans 14 oz at $1.88 ea
    -$1/2 Starburst Jelly Beans RP 3/07 or printable

Drinks

  • Folgers Coffee 22.6-34.5 oz at $5.49 ea
    -$1 off Folgers Gourmet Selections RP 3/21
    -$1/2 Folgers, any RP 3/21
  • Big K Soft Drinks 12 pk 12 oz cans at $1.99 ea
  • Gatorade 8 pk 20 oz bottles at $4.99 ea
    -.50/1 off any Gatorade G2 RP 1/10
  • Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Juice 64 oz at $2.69 ea
    B1G1 Tropicana OJ 64 oz printable (print limit reached)
    -$1/2 Tropicana Pure Premium RP 2/21
  • Aquafina 24 pk 16.9 oz at $3.49 ea
  • Pepsi-Cola Fridge Mate 12 oz cans at $3.25 ea
    -$2 off wyb (4) Pepsi-Cola Fridge Mates instantly at register (makes it $2.75 ea)

Organic

  • Kettle Chips 14 oz B1G1
    -$1/2 Lay’s Kettle Cooked Potato Chips SS 3/21
    -$1 Kettle Brand Potato Chips SS 3/07
  • Glaceau Smartwater 1 liter at $1 ea
  • Newman’s Own Coffee 10 oz at $5.99 ea
  • Santa Cruz Juice Blends 32 oz at B1G1
    -.75 off Santa Cruz Organic Product Mambo Sprouts booklet or printable
  • Imagine Broth 32 oz at $2.50 ea
    -.75/2 any Imagine Products Mambo Sprouts booklet
    -$3/3 any Spectrum, Imagine, Arrowhead Mills, Sunspire or Hain Pure food printable

Personal or Household Items

  • Angel Soft Bath Tissue 12 Double Roll or 24 Regular Roll at $5.49 ea
    -.50/1 off Angel Soft Bath Tissue RP 2/14 or Publix One Stop, One Store booklet
  • Scott 6 pk Mega Roll Paper Towel at $5.49 ea
    -$1 off Scott Long Lasting or Mega 4 pack + SS 3/21 or here or printable or printable
    -$1 off Scott paper towels 6 pack + March All You Mag
    (makes it $4.49)
  • Tide Liquid 24-32 ld, Powder 31-40 ld, or Stain Release 26-36 oz or 18 ct at $5.88 ea
    -$1 off Tide Stain Release Product RP 3/21, 3/07, 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    -$1 off any Tide Detergent PG 3/07
    -.35 off any Tide Detergent PG 2/07 (exp 3/31)
  • Dove Bar Soap 6 ct or Body Wash 19.4-24 oz at $5.17 ea
    -$1.25 Dove Men+Care Body and Face Bar, 6 bar pk + RP 3/28
    -.75/1 Dove Beauty Bar, 6 bar pk RP 3/28
    -$1.75 off Dove Men+Care Body and Face Bar any 4 pk+ RP 1/31 (if included)

    -$1.50 off Dove Beauty Bar 4 pk printable
    $1 off Dove Men+Care Body Wash, 13.5 oz + or Scrubber RP 3/28
    -$1.25 off Dove Men+Care Body and Face Wash RP 1/31
    -$1.25 Dove Body Wash, 10 oz + RP 3/28
  • Nature Made, Nature’s Bounty or Disney Vitamins B1G1
    -$1 off Nature Made Vitamins SS 2/28 (exp 3/31)
    -$3 off Nature Made TripleFlex printable

    -$5 off Nature Made MoodPlus printable
    -$1 off Nature’s bounty Vitamins or Supplements RP 3/14, 2/14 (exp 3/30) or printable
    -$3 off Nature’s Bounty Your Life Multi’s RP 3/14
    -$2 off any Nature’s Bounty Vitamin or Supplement printable
    -$1 off Disney Multivitamins, Marvel Products All You April ’10
  • Stayfree or Carefree 16-60 ct at $2.49 ea
    Free Carefree 22 ct product wyb Carefree product 38 ct + RP 3/28
    B1G1 Carefree Ultra Protection product 14-16 ct RP 3/28
    -$1/2 Carefree products RP 1/03 (exp 3/31)

    -$2 off Stayfree product RP 3/28
    B1G1 Stayfree products RP 1/03 (exp 3/31)
    (buy 2, use B1G1 and $2 off makes it $0.24 ea)
  • Scotch Brite 3 ct at $1.88 ea
    -$1/2 Scotch-Brite Scrub Sponge SS 3/07
  • Maybelline Cosmetics 40% off
    -$3 off Maybelline New York Foundation Redbook Mar ’10
  • L’Oreal Cosmetics 40% off
    -$1 off any L’Oreal cosmetic product RP 2/28, 2/21, 1/31 and printable
    -$2 off L’Oreal True Match foundation, powder, blush or concealer RP 1/31
    -$2 off L’Oreal Eye product RP 1/24
    -$5 off L’Oreal 24 hour Lash Boosting Power system RP 1/24
    -$3 off L’Oreal True Match or Any L’Oreal Makeup, Powder, Blush or Concealer RP 1/03 (exp 3/28)
    -$1 off L’Oreal Mascara, Eyeliner or Eyeshadow RP 1/03 (exp 3/28)
    -$1 off L’Oreal Paris Cosmetic Item RP 3/21, 3/07
    -$2 off any L’Oreal eye product printable
    -$1 off L’Oreal Skincare Product RP 3/21, 3/17, 1/31, 1/24
    -$2 off Any L’Oreal Face Product or Studio Secrets Magic Perfecting Base RP 2/21, 2/28
    -$1 off any L’Oreal Facial Cleanser RP 2/21, 2/28
    -$1 off any L’Oreal Facial Moisturizer RP 2/21, 2/28
    -$2 off any L’Oreal Cleanser, Moisturizer or Treatment RP 1/03 (exp 3/28)
    -$2 off any L’Oreal Facial Cleanser printable
    -$3 off any L’Oreal Collagen Moisture Filler Day SPF 14 or Day/Night cream printable
  • Pampers Swaddlers or Dry Max Diapers or Easy-Ups Training Pants at $8.99 ea
    -$1.50 off Pampers Diapers or Pants PG 2/07 (exp 3/31)
    -$2 off Pampers Cruisers Diapers PG 2/21 (exp 3/31)
    -$2 off Pampers Swaddlers Sensitive, Swaddlers, Cruisers or Extra Protection RP 3/14
  • John Frieda Hair Care 4-12 oz at $4.99 ea
    -$3 off John Frieda Shampoo or Conditioner SS 3/07 (regional)
    -$2 off John Frieda Treatment or Styler SS 3/07 (regional)
  • $5 off next shopping trip wyb (1) Starbucks, Applebees, Disney, Itunes or Blockbuster multi-pack gift cards

Pets

  • Kibbles n’ Bits 16-17.6 lb at $9.99
    -$2 off Kibbles ‘n Bits Dry Dog food 16 lbs + RP 2/21
  • Pedigree Dog Food 13.2 oz can at 50¢ ea
    -$1/7 Pedigree + Food for Dogs RP 1/03 (exp 3/28) (if included)
    B1G1 Pedigree Canned Food March All You Magazine
    B2G1 Pedigree Food for Dogs RP 1/03 (exp 3/28) (if included)

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    • Chrissy

      Hurray! I've been hitting “refresh” over and over again and I am thrilled that the post is here! Thank you, Jenny! You are awesome!

    • Jessica

      Can anyone else see the I Can't Believe It's Not Butter coupon? I saw it last week, could never get the coupon to print, and now all I see if the Promise butter…I was hoping to match it up with wither the Kroger or Publix sale this week!

      • Marie

        I had to go to the actual page (not through the link) to view it. Try a few different zip codes also. After playing around with it a bit, I was able to finally see it and print it.

        BTW, Thanks Jenny for the list!!!!

        • Patti

          I went to the redplum website and still no I Can't Believe…What zip did you use? I didn't see it under the 30003.

    • ToddDu

      Macaroni Grill meals are $3.50 each, use printable and shortcuts coupon
      Kraft dressings were in a cart at front on clearance at my store for $1.79, not sure if there is a coupon anywhere

      • Sarah

        Nice, I have (2) catalin mf coupons for buy1 get1 and (2) buy2 get free produce that was a peelie for kraft dressing. I have been holding on to those to make a great match up and just found it.

    • Kim

      FYI – I was able to finally load some of the new digital coupons onto my Kroger card. (not cellfire or shortcuts – but the Kroger ones are what I am referring to) Did my last shopping on Saturday for the Mega Event and realize that none of the Kroger digital qs came off. I took my receipt in and asked @ customer service who to call or what to do to get the credit.

      According to the lady at the desk – Kroger digital qs will NOT come off if you have a matching paper q. I lost out on about $2.00, but didn't fight it. Just noted that I won't count on those from now on. All my cellfire and shortcuts came off as usual along with the matching paper qs.

      • kelli

        I bought Prevacid yesterday ($25.99!!!!) but I used a $10 paper coupon and the $10 coupon from Kroger.com and got it for $5.99.

        • Sarah

          Today in the smartsource there is a $6.00/14ct on Prevacid. The next page is a Prevacid ad for Kroger this week for the promational price of $10.99. There is also a $6.00 ecoupon on kroger's wedsite for the 14ct this will make it a moneymaker.
          buy
          Prevacid 14ct $14.99
          use
          -$6.00 kroger e-coupon
          -$6.00 ss 3/28
          total due: -$1.01 moneymaker

          • Lori

            How is this a 1.01 money maker if it only takes 12.00 off and the price is 14.99?

            • Lauren

              She mistyped. It is:
              Prevacid 15ct $10.99
              -$6.00 ecoupon
              -$6.00 paper coupon
              =
              = -$1.01

            • Lauren

              LOL
              Prevacid 14ct is what I meant…

      • dorapettit

        I think your store is incorrect. I just used mine yesterday and my kroger ecoupons come off and I used paper coupons for the same item. Actually one was for the previcid which was a 6.00 ecoupon. I had the cashier check to make sure the ecoupon come off before I gave her my other coupons and before I paid. You might want to email them just in case. I had trouble loading them at first but once I did finally get them loaded, they come off just fine.

        • Kim

          Thanks. I will call customer service tomorrow and see if they will give me the credit.

          • des

            just email them your issue, they gave me a 5.00 dollar credit to my kroger card

      • SB

        I had the same problem and I called customer service. My Kroger ecoupons work if I go through self-checkout, but not through a regular line. Another point I would like to make about them not being able to use them with a paper coupon. The ecoupons come off at the end when the cashier totals your order and before your paper coupons are scanned, so that really can't be the case. I would call customer service.

      • fjstoddard

        Not only did my Kroger digital coupon work, but my cellfire and paper coupon all worked for the same item, much to my surprise.

    • lillianp

      Try zip 37087. It was in the paper today.

    • Coupingirl

      Can you use commisary coupons, states “military coupon” but starts with a 5????

    • frogin

      There is a $3.00 coupon that prints when you buy 4 boxes of post cereal! I got my next four boxes for $1 (after q's and $3 cat.)

    • linseya

      I just came home from a Kroger that I usually don't shop in and found that my $.50 and less coupons did not double. I am still unclear if they double CF and SC, but I know they double paper qs. Regardless, I can read my receipt and see that nothing was doubled. I am not sure how much money alluded me this trip, but I still did okay (saved 25%) but that isn't enough for me. Should I call and ask about the doubling?

      • jhoran

        CF and SC do not double and is only for one time use until you reload. Read the blogs.

        • Linsey

          Thanks for the advice! I will be sure to peruse each and every blog pertaining to any topic that I have issues with. Thanks again!

      • Patty

        Did the cashier scan your plus card before the coupons were scanned? If it was after, the computer corrects the prices but will not double the coupons that are already in the system.

      • cactn

        My paper coupon did not double today either. For 50 cents. Didn't notice it until I was in the car… wasn't worth it to go back in and ask about since I only had one paper coupon on this trip.

      • I'm confused. Are you saying the paper coupons did not double? Or the cellfire/shortcuts ones did not? The ecoupons won't double, but most Kroger stores double paper coupons under $.50. I still haven't figured out if that decision is made by the region or by the store. If it's the paper coupons you're having trouble with, I would call and verify that they do indeed offer doubles. If so, then take your receipt back in and have them reimburse you.

        Doubles are only offered when you scan your Kroger plus card, but I'm sure you did if your eq's came off. :)

        • Linsey

          The paper coupons did not double. I believe I scanned my card after all the groceries and then handed the cashier my paper qs. The paper qs did not double. On the receipt it shows only the value of the paper coupons and does not show “bonus coupon” that would normally be present if Kroger had doubled.

          I know that ecoupons do not double, but was unsure how to handle it if the paper ones did not double.

      • Guest

        My understanding is that ecoupons never double, and are only good one time on one product (or multiples if that's the coupon, like 2 boxes of cereal,etc). Based on past suggestions from this site, I always give my card before they start scanning, seems to make the ecoupons more reliable.
        I have been seeing several people say that their Kroger (and Publix) stores have stopped doubling paper coupons, or some other crazy policy like double only the first coupon, etc. My stores still double up to 50 cents. I think Jenny has posted before that even if you didn't have any coupons, the deals she identifies each week are the best prices for that product, so you would probably have a nice savings either way.
        I have 7 Kroger & Publix stores within 10 miles of my house and I have easily narrowed it down to my 2 favorites based on customer service regarding their coupon policy. If you are new to couponing, find your favorite stores and try to keep it simple for a few weeks. I was so confused when I started about a year ago. But now I love it! Good Luck.

    • lpsmith

      I can't find the can't believe it's not butter .50 coupon either. Neither of those zips are working. Anyone have any luck?

    • gracejulie

      Jenny,
      The Promise spread is .98, so the printable $1/1 will work on these. Also, I bought 4 and got (2) $2.00 OYNO catalinas.

    • YvonneKnits

      Just noticed that the Dunkin' Donuts coupon is actually in the 3/28 RP. Thanks for all you do Jennie, your lists are amazing! I don't know how you get it all done.

      • kamclendon

        This is what I was looking for! Thank you!

    • Lori

      I am having trouble finding the stouffer's coupons….help please.

    • texassaver

      Hi guys… I got a printed coupon from the register last week that says “$2 off your next order.” And it is “sponsored by Oscar Meyer.” What is this coupon actually for and what am I ordering?

      • sc

        it means off your next in store purchase

      • ASmith

        I received a $1.00 off catalina for purchasing 2 packs of bacon.

        You can use it on anything over $2.00 on your next trip.

      • adriandg

        It's just a free $2 for your next purchase. Enjoy!! =)

    • guest

      At my Kroger yesterday, the new Baily's coffee creamer was on sale for $1.89 and there was a $1.00/1 blinkie on the door.

    • Haley

      They had a tearpad for $2/2 boxes of Townhouse crackers at my Kroger.

    • shananava

      Seems to be different offers in Roanoke,VA.

    • Guest

      Does Kroger have a Corporate Policy on Coupon acceptance? Today, at Kroger, as I tried to used four Internet coupons for four tubs of I Can't Believe It's Not Butter. I was told I could only purchase two like items with coupons. I was then told I could not use an Internet coupon that exceeded 75% of the value of an item. It took over an hour for me to check out. The cashier proceeded to check nearly half of the coupons I presented against the receipt. I had purchased every item she checked. It took over an hour for me to check out. Has anyone else had similar problems?

      • Barb

        Absolutely not. I used four bacon coupons from the Internet and they did not say a word. Well, they never say a word.

      • adriandg

        I am so sorry that happened to you! The cashiers at my Kroger are usually pretty good about letting me use all coupons. I would try again – maybe next time just make sure you get a different cashier!

        • kim

          Im in NE AR and thats the rule only 2 like printed q's per purchase.

      • ronnaee

        kroger on asheville hwy in e. knoxville does not accept internet q's…this policy is set by the store mgr.

      • ronnaee

        this policy is set by the store mgr.

    • sbdugger

      I am so excited!!! Just got 5 q's in the mail for $20 credit on my Kroger card for a new, refill, or transferred prescription. There is one coupon per week beginning the week between now and April 10. I'm smelling some free groceries!! Got the Kroger “My Magazine” too today for the first time. There are some great manu.q's in there too!

    • Jenn

      Is there any way of knowing whether these sale items and deals will still be the same next week? I have a $6 off $60 coupon for next week. . .

      • Susie

        Not sure about these particular sales but usually you can find the end of the sale date for an item on the shelf tags at Kroger…hope that helps!

        • Jenn

          That helps–thank you!!!!!!

    • Carol Anderson

      I am new to doing serious couponing….I went to a Southern Savers workshop this weekend, so I really am a NEWBIE…I am frustrated right now because I am starting slow but have already met a blockade. If I am looking under Kroger specials for the week on here..and see I Cant Believe Its Not Butter listed and supposed to be a coupon in SS for the week of 3/28 and I am looking in that flyer and absolutely can not find the coupon for .60 off if you buy 2.
      What am I doing wrong? Anybody know? does it have to do with where I live…no zipcode is mentioned there it is the last coupon listed under that product in Kroger Weekly ad listing here on the website HELP please….

      • jhoran

        Carol, Do yourself a favor and start over from the beginning – and that means reading the guides and store policies for each store. Next, follow the blogs. the q you are refering to was probably not in your newspaper. Depending on the area you are in, SW or SE , the coupons will vary. I just don't understand why people who are new to couponing can't take the time and help themselves by reading all the info. posted on the site. Its like opening a book to the middle of the story and expecting to find out what happening in the beginning. You just can”t do that because it will frustrate you to no end. Couponing is not as easy as it sounds and you need to do your part because when all is said and done, its all up to you as to how far you want to go with serious couponing.

        • Amy

          We're all here to help one another. It would be impossible to read all the blogs and all the comments to all the posts related to couponing. It only takes a second to tell someone new “coupon inserts vary by region”.

          • jhoran

            Very true that we're all here to help one another. If you follow the blogs, you just have to scroll down to the latest instead of going through each and every one over and over again so it is not impossible to read all of them. I don't have a problem helping someone, however I think the least they can do is to help themselves too.

            • carrieblee

              Wow. Rude!!!!!

            • jhoran

              lol! amazing how one person will thank you for being honest and direct, while another will cuss you! 75% of the time most of the blogs go unanswered and she would have probably waited forever to get a response. Now she has all of you ladies who kindly replied to me help her.

        • Heather

          Wow. That was really rude. Like Amy said, all she needed to know was the fact that coupon inserts vary by region.

          • jhoran

            Hmmm. I guess it all depends on your perspective.

      • Susie

        Sadly, coupons vary by region so often you might not have one that is listed. Welcome to couponing! Hang in there…you will be a pro in no time.

      • Elizabeth

        It really does get easier as you go along – it was hard for me at first also. Keep plugging away and you will be amazed at your savings!!!

      • shananava

        I have a hard time too. It takes so much time to print offers from different stores that I couldn't possibly read it all. Hate to miss printing as they may disappear before the sale you need them on. We can just keep at it. It is getting easier but still overwhelming. Learning I do not need to get every deal and I probably will not catch them all anyway. Freebies is one I hate to miss though.

      • amandastrickland

        I started couponing 2 years ago and I'm still learning something new everyday. I consider myself to be “way into” couponing….way more so than anyone I know, and this is how I do it…

        Start SLOW. Don't try to be a pro your first week.

        Make a buy-price list. This is the amount you are willing to pay for basic items (produce, cereal, meat, cheese, milk, etc.). This list will change drastically as you start doing this.

        Start picking up inserts. If you don't get good coupons in your paper, go on EBAY and buy the inserts for around $1.25 for 5 inserts plus shipping (usually $2). You will pay $3.25 per week per insert (there are 3- Smart Source, Red Plum, Proctor & Gamble). Date the front of each insert with that Sunday's date and organize it somewhere that's easy to get to.

        Pick 5-10 blogs that you like and MAKE THE TIME to read the last 5-7 day's posts on each one. I like:
        Wild for Wags
        Totally Target
        Southern Savers
        A Super Savvy Saver
        Frugal Fritzie
        Printable Coupons and Deals
        Mommy Snacks

        I have each of these tabbed on my computer and “refresh” them about 20 times a day (I work from home). I am never “out of the know” because of this. I am on top of all the good coupons, rebates, unadvertised sales, free samples, etc. It's wonderful.

        Commit to spending time each day on this. If you put in 50% effort, you won't get as much out of it and it will be hard to stick to it. Most people do NOT want to put the time it takes to build these great shopping trips.

        Always keep a running spreadsheet of your shopping lists. I have mine tabbed (Target, Kroger, Walgreen's). Once the deals come out with their coupon match-ups, I start typing in my list. I have columns for paper coupons, in-store deals, ecoupons, Short-Cuts, and Cellfire. I put in what I will be saving in each category so I know what my cost will be, and I pull the coupons out I need and start my pile. Once I'm ready to shop at that store, I print the list, pick up the coupons and go.

        You CAN do this. It's like eating an elephant. You can eat the elephant, just do it in small bites. :)

    • Lori

      I am having trouble finding the stouffer's coupons….help please.

      • Lee Ann

        I am having the same problem…

        • yolie718

          If you have a facebook you can become their fan and then print a 2.50/1 family entree. Got mine today!

    • Teresa

      Jenny,
      I love your sight and got really exicted about Hillshire Farm Deli Select Lunch Meat 5-6 oz $2 ea at Kroger this week. But in our Kroger it is the store brand lunch meat not Hillshire Farm.

    • texassaver

      Does anybody know if the pillsbury grands coupons apply to the 5 ct. cans as well? We normally only buy the 5 ct but they never come on sale. I do not think the coupon specifies.

    • Emily

      Can someone please explain……I thought Kroger ads run Wed. through Tues? I even asked a manager last night and he said that they are wed-tues. Why have Jenny's posts been Sunday through Sat? (ex: 3/28 – 4/3) Help! I think I must be missing the boat!

      • shananava

        Wonder if it varies in your area. What shows up on Kroger site when you do search for your preferred store? I know here I went to 2 different stores w/in 5 miles of each other and a couple items were not on the March to Savings 8 item event at one, even though on the list at front of store. The peanuts were not marked on sale at either, at least the 2nd week.

      • Susie

        It varies by region. Most change sales on Sunday but I am in the Delta region and it changes on Wednesdays. I get a little preview on here a few days before!

      • sarahdj

        like has been said, it depends on your region. I live in IL, and our sales run Thurs – Wed. I like it though, cuz I can plan ahead when Jenny posts the next sale flyer and still have time to get the last week's deals. :-)

    • Jessthere

      Does anyone know the price at Kroger for the Tyson or Smithfield Bacon and the Jimmy Dean roll sausage BOGO? Thanks :)

    • Teena

      I purchased 8 boxes of the post cereals and was surprised to see a $4.00 of my next purchase catalina! This was in addition to the $8.00 off for purchasing the 8 boxes. I was only expecting to receive a $3.00 catalina for the 3 pouches of BC potatoes. So now I can save $7.00 on my next shopping trip!!! This was at a Kroger in a suburb of Atlanta.

    • jilllllllll

      hey,

      Just wanted to let everyone know that my Kroger (in Columbus, OH) had a ton of Kroger-brand pull-ups (Comforts brand) in the Manager's Special clearance bins at the front of the store. Regular priced around $8, manager's special price $3!

    • jeff54321

      My Kroger doubles $1 coupons to $2 off (check to see if this is available where you live). One great deal (if you like chips) is to go to eBay and buy 20 or more $1/1 Lays coupons (I found an eBay seller selling 20 coupons for $1 + 44 cents S&H).

      Kroger has these chips for $1.99 for an 11 oz. bag and when the $1 coupon doubles, you get every bag for free. I keep going back to the store and am stocking up. The chips (any flavor) are good until June 1 (expiration date may differ in your area).

    • jeff54321

      double post. sorry.

    • beckyribe

      I went to Kroger yesterday and was told that they have a new coupon policy. They can only accept 2 paper coupons printed from the internet per transaction. I don't know if this is just the Myrtle Beach stores or all of them. I was pretty disappointed, though, because Kroger is where I get most of my best deals. Just thought I'd share before you get stuck at the checkout with all of your coupons like I did!

    • sarahdj

      like has been said, it depends on your region. I live in IL, and our sales run Thurs – Wed. I like it though, cuz I can plan ahead when Jenny posts the next sale flyer and still have time to get the last week's deals. :-)