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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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I just got back from my weekly trip to Kroger to find all the deals that they didn’t care to share in their ad.  For some reason Kroger likes to waste ink on many deals that aren’t good prices and then makes you hunt for the things that are.  It’s a long list this week, with numerous closeout (c/o) deals.  I have also added these to full weekly deals list.


  • Presidents Brie Log B1G1 at $5.99
  • ButterBall Sliced Chicken Breast Lunch Meat B1G1 at $3.99
    -$1/2 Butterball Lunchmeat SS 1/10
  • Kashi GoLean Cereals or TLC Bars $2.99
    -$1 off Kashi TLC Granola Bars Surprise Your Tastebuds Booklet
    -$1 off Kashi Cereal Surprise Your Tastebuds Booklet
    -$1.50 off Kashi Cereal or TLC Snacks printable
  • SoyJoy Apple Walmnut or Peanut Chocolate Chip c/o .59 ea
    $2/10 SoyJoy single bars SS 1/3
  • Knudsen Sparkling Juices $1.79 (reg. $3.99)
  • Bear Naked Cereal $3.99
    -$1 off Bear Naked Product printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Kroger English Muffins $1
  • Kroger Fruit Snacks $1
  • Betty Crocker Fruit Rolls up Tie Die c/o $1.88
    Buy 3, get $1.50 off your next purchase , buy 4 get $2.50 or buy 5 get $3.50
    -.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
    -.40/1 betty Crocker Fruit Shapes Cellfire eCoupon
    -.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks
    Cellfire eCoupon
  • Thomas English Muffins B1G1 at $2.99
  • Barilla Plus Pasta $1.79
    -.75/1 Barilla Plus Pasta SS 1/3
    -$1/2 Barilla Plus Pasta SS 1/3
  • Quaker Instant Oatmeal $1.88
    -$1 off Quaker Oatmeal printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Wonka Gummies $1
    -$1 off Wonka Gummies printable (makes it FREE)
  • Healthy Choice Meals $1.99 (reg. price)
    -$5/5 Healthy Choice Meals printable
    -$1/2 Healthy Choice Meals
    -$5/5 Healthy Choice Meals Kroger eCoupon
    (buy 5 use eCoupon and paper coupon make them FREE)

Personal Care

  • Blistex Medicated Lip Balm $1.09
    -.25/1 Blistex SS 11/15
    -$1/2 Blistex SS 12/13
  • Chapstick $1
    -$1/2 Chapstick RP 12/13
  • L’Oreal Colour Riche Lipstick c/o $3.69
    -$1 off L’Oreal Lip Product RP 11/8 or printable
  • L’Oreal Nail Polish c/o $1.50
  • CoverGirl Foundation c/o $2.49-$3.38
  • CoverGirl Powder c/o $2.49
  • Disney Character Bubble Bath c/o $1.79
  • Balmex Diaper Rash Cream 16 oz c/o $7.79 (reg. $12.99)
    -$1 off Balmex printable
  • Aveeno Baby Care Products $3.99
    -$2 off Aveeno Baby Care printable
    $10 Johnson’s Beauty for all Ages Rebate wyb $30 or SS 1/10


  • Renuzit Crystal Elements Emerald Rain Forest c/o $3.49
    -$1 off Renuzit Crystal Elements printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Bic Cristal Pens 10 ct $1
    -.50/1 BIC Mechanical pencils printable (makes it FREE)
  • Command Hooks $1.78
    -$1 off Command Strips or Hooks
    printables (makes it 78¢)
  • GE Soft White Light Bulbs 4 pk $1.50
    -$1.50 off GE Lights printable (manuf. coupon) (makes it FREE)
    • Amy

      A few weeks ago when I had coupons + a store sale that made some of the Healthy Choice meals free, the Kroger cashier would not accept my coupon. She was really adamant that I was NOT going to get something FREE.

      • Courtney

        i already tried to do the healthy choice deal with the ecoupon and paper coupon, and my cashier would not let me. i asked for the manager and he also refused to accept the paper coupon in addition to the ecoupon. i told them to take their meals back!

        i’m going to try it again this week anyway.

        • Debbie

          My Kroger in Cumming, Ga wouldn’t take a Target coupon the other night.

          • Amanda

            My Kroger in Springfield, Tennessee would not take a Food Lion coupon either, so I just told the cashier to take the merchandise off. What a bummer….

        • Cathy

          I just had the same experience at Kroger. They would not take the $5/5 coupon along with the ecoupon and the cashier was adamant that they were not going to give them away for free. She said “You already have them for $1 each. Be satisfied”.

          • Adrian

            I tried to do this today, but my e-coupon didn’t show up so I had her void all of them. Frustrating….

          • Michelle

            I did the Healthy Choice deal with no problems yesterday. The ones that are getting refused on the deal is that the only thing you have on your order? I’m asking because I don’t know how they know you have an ecoupon? Unless you are buying very little and trying to get the total down at the bottom to say nothing? If that is the case go back in a different store and buy about 15 or 20 items and see if that doesn’t work for you. My cashier never looks at my receipt to see if I have ecoupons or not. Hope that helps or works for someone out there! Happy shopping.

            • JenGC

              Mine does. He will look at the coupon and then see if I have the item. I think he is trying to make sure I don’t have an overage which is fine with me! I think free is awesome! I had a problem today at Krogers. Not with the ecoupon and the paper one, she didnt have a problem with that. But she wouldn’t let me use more than one coupon one multiple items. Like, if I were to get 4 Pillsbury canned biscuits, and the coupon was 50 cents off 2, she would not take two coupons to cover the 4 items. She said “on the coupon it says one per transaction”. I think she is reading where they say you cant use two coupons per item but whatever. I said “oh I didnt read that! I need to void all those off please. That is the only reason why I was buying them”. She was nice about it but it kinda made me mad. I have used many coupons and it was fine. I was at the self check out and I had to give my coupons to the guy. He was just ringing them up without a problem. I noticed that they weren’t ringing because there was an error on the screen. He bypassed like 4 of them so I had him go through them again to make sure he got them all. That is when this woman came up and started eyeballing them. Well, no biggie. I got what I wanted and I can always go back. I would have just bought them right after that one but I was late coming back from lunch. It is just kinda irritating. I think they are going overboard with this because all of the sudden, people are seeing the good deals and taking advantage of them. If you don’t want customers to use it, then dont offer them.

        • Mikesha

          Keep trying, I went through the self check out lane and I used both coupons with no problem.

        • Lynn

          I just tried the Healthy Choice coupons today too. They said they cannot accept both in one transaction, in other words you can’t use an e coupon with a paper coupon. Hmmm, but I was able to use the BC fruit snacks e coupon with the paper coupon as well as the BC pouch potatoes. And, have always been able to use both in the past. I may try a different location.

          • wendy

            I work at a Kroger so I called my front end manager to see what was up with this as I have not heard about it. Apparently, we were just told to stop taking e’s with paper coupons. Our front end manager emailed back to the corporate representative saying that it didn’t seem right and what was the reason behind it. The response was that Kroger doesn’t not allow two coupons to be used on the same item. Just as we aren’t allowed to use two paper coupons on the same item. As a couponer myself, I’m upset as I’m sure customers are; especially on diapers.

        • Courtney

          woo-hoo! i had a huge transaction at Kroger today (our sales start today for the week). i tried using the $5/5 ecoupon with the $5/5 paper again and the cashier just pushed it on through! i was happy to finally get the deal. my total was $159.98 before coupons/ecoupons, and then $40.99 after! i also got a catalina for $3.50 off my next order! it was a great week and the most i have ever saved since i started couponing for groceries about 2 months ago. the cashier was grouchy and irritated with me, but i didn’t do anything other than hand her about 50 coupons. she seemed very irritated at having to scan them all. i can’t believe how much i got free this week. thanks so much to Jenny and all those that comment with more deals! i got 8 packs of nabisco animal crackers, 1 pack of bic pens, 2 packs of light bulbs, 2 packs of halls cough drops, 2 cans of crescent rolls, 2 cans of sweet rolls, 2 old el paso heat and serve sides, and 6 gatorades ALL FREE! thanks so much, everybody. i’m learning a lot here.

          • jj

            Here’s what I don’t understand about the attitude, because when I worked a register this is what my understanding was: I got paid by the hour, whether I was scanning items, scanning coupons or sweeping floors it was the same hourly pay. It’s not like they give you a bonus for ringing up more stuff, is it? Not where I worked, anyway. So why the long face about coupons?

    • Will Kroger take Target logo on coupon I have not ever tried that.
      And Amy most cashiers are nice. Stay away from that one.

      • Erin

        I used a mfg coupon with a Target logo with no problem at Kroger.

      • Jessica

        A lot depends on the store and cashier. I’ve been able to use the Target man. q’s at the same Kroger in South Nashville TN one day and not another. I’ve sent a question to their customer service to see if I get an official answer but haven’t gotten a response yet.

        • Adrian

          I was told by the Kroger CSR Mgr today that they absolutely would not / could not accept Target coupons even though it’s a Mfr coupon. He was nice about it, just said that it was Kroger policy because Target would get reimbursed for it rather than Kroger. Didn’t make a whole lot of sense to me, but oh well…

          • My Kroger refused my Target Manufacturer coupons today. So, no free light bulbs and no Pull Ups. I was sorry I “cheated” on my Publix.

            • The Kroger in question is in Mableton, GA

            • JenGC

              LOL! If Publix had ecoupons, I wouldn’t step foot in Krogers every again but when you get ecoupons and can use real coupons (hopefully I will still be able to at least for a while since it looks like Krogers is slowly getting the word out that you shouldnt use both) it is just hard to resist. But I love love love my Publix!

          • Kelli H

            I checked with the customer service desk before I went through the check out lane & I was told as long as it says manufacturer they will take it, even if it has the Target logo on it. She said that all of their cashiers have been informed also. I shop at the Kroger Marketplace in Thompson Station/Spring Hill.

      • wendy

        Kroger takes coupons that other store logo’s on them as long as they are scanable. For example, Publix coupons only have a code, so those can’t be used. But the Target one, even though it has the Target logo on it, is still technically a manufacturers coupon.

    • Amy

      Grace, I actually tried a manufacturer’s coupon with a Target logo on it today at Kroger. They refused it saying it didn’t matter if coupon said manufacturer coupon – it still was a Target coupon to them. Publix took the same coupon with no issue.

      • Stacey

        I had the same problem at Kroger last week. I’m thinking about switching to Publix.

        • Amy

          Me too, I think I’m done with my local Kroger in Dunwoody, GA – Kroger has given me so many problems lately; they seem anti-customer. My Publix is absolutely fantastic and the store where I do most of my grocery shopping anyway.

          • Raven

            I live in North Augusta, SC and have had the same experiences with my Kroger. It is unfortunate, but in a way, I am glad to hear that I’m not the only one experiencing these issues. The manager here would not except a Man. Catalina coupon with a Walgreen’s logo. I hadn’t paid attention to the logo but contested to the manufacturer label. In afterthought, I can understand the Walgreens issue b/c my Publix will not accept Target or Drug store q’s (and my Kroger doesn’t accept any comp. q’s). But he said it didn’t matter because they would not be able to get their money for it. Yes, it is very frustrating and I’ve sensed an attitude against customers with coupons here too.

            • Chris

              Here’s an idea. cover up the Target Logo with a small piece of scratch paper and then make a copy of the coupon. This way you have the coupon without the target logo. I have not tried this, but I do know that the Target logo coupons will scan at Kroger, so if the target logo has been “removed”, then they can’t reject the coupon.

      • Diana

        Print it black & white instead of color. The only thing that doesn’t show up is the Traget Logo. They can’t be bothered by what they can’t see!

        • Amy

          The B&W printing still has the target logo – I have a laser printer that only prints b&w and the logo shows up no matter what. Good idea though!

          • Chris

            Here’s an idea. cover up the Target Logo with a small piece of scratch paper and then make a copy of the coupon. This way you have the coupon without the target logo. I have not tried this, but I do know that the Target logo coupons will scan at Kroger, so if the target logo has been “removed”, then they can’t reject the coupon.

            • June

              Copying a coupon is fraud and what get us honest couponers in trouble.

          • Courtney

            mine doesn’t print the target logo when i print in B&W, which i always do so i don’t waste color ink. don’t know why, but it just doesn’t appear. could be that my ink is low, too.

    • d

      I’ve used Target logo coupons at Kroger, no problem. And never had a cashier there worry about something in my stack of coupons producing a free outcome. Amy, you need to go to a different, more coupon-friendly Kroger if you can! There’s a young guy cashier at my Kroger who is always looking to see who can beat his record for a customer saving the most money off their total bill ($98)… I almost beat it one day, but not quite!

      • i second that…lately i have been driving farther to go to coupon friendly krogers

      • JenGC

        LOL how funny! I wish he worked at my Kroger! I would seek him out!

    • Lynda

      I used one of the Target printables at Food Lion yesterday and they took it with no problems.

      • Kelli H

        I tried using the cereal coupon from Target & Food Lion would not let me. They told me they wouldn’t get reimbursed for it with a Target logo on it. I let them keep their merchandise, all of it.

    • Jessica

      Can anyone help me understand the cell fire and shortcuts e-coupons. Is there a limit to how many you can buy for it to credit on your receipt? I believe in the past I have purchased 4 items and only received credit for 2 of them…hmmm.

      • The e-coupons from all the sources are one credit per coupon. In other words, each coupon is only used ONCE, just like a paper coupon. It’s just as if the cashier takes it from you.

      • Scott

        I had an issue a few months ago with some shortcuts coupons. I contacted the company, the solution was simple. I entered my receipt information and they credited me the amount to my card (the next time I went to Kroger the chashier said, ‘you have a pharmacy credit, do you want to use it’ or something strange like that. But when I read the receipt it came off as a shortcuts credit. HTH.

      • Jessica

        Thank you, I just wanted to make sure. I know I had a problem when I used my card the first time and the cellfire did not come off and I filled out all the information to cellfire customer service. This was back in October and I still have not gotten credit back so I am going to e-mail them again with the service order # to see what happened.

    • Jill

      I just learned of your website and am new to couponing.
      Do you have to have 2 coupons printed in order to double the under .50?
      Thanks for your help..and your website!

      • Jayna

        No, usually it will just double automatically. It rings up as .50 coupon plus a .50 bonus coupon on the receipt.

    • Heather Liafsha

      Yesterday I found Purex 3 in 1 on close out at Kroger. It was $4.49 and there was a $1.00 coupon beside it. Seemed like a good deal to me. But even better is that my 8 year old will do laundry with those because she doesn’t have to measure. That in itself is worth any amount of money! :)

      • JenGC

        LOL AMEN!

    • Karen

      My Kroger has become quite strict on the coupon policy as of late. Yesterday I loaded my e-coupons to my card and with coupons in hand went to shopping. When I got to the register and presented my coupons the cashier had a problem with one of my coupons($5/2 root awakening pro) he said because I had technically already used coupons (e-coupons) I could not use another. However, I did not want to point out to him that other items on my receipt had also had e-coupons and I used a paper with it. I just took my coupon back and decided I would just return product next trip.

      • Jennifer

        It really must depend on your cashier and their manager. I bought the same root awakening product. Had the $2 e-coupon plus the $2/1 coupon for the same product. The bottle I picked up also had a $1 coupon on it. When I got to the check out I realized I had left my wallet in the car (oops). By the time I got back in the store the cashier was scanning my coupons. I realized when I got home he had pulled the $1 coupon off the root awakening bottle and had scanned that in addition to the $2/1 coupon I had already given him. Plus the $2 e-coupon went through. I hadn’t intended to use the $1 coupon…was just going to hang onto it for later. I worry about this. A Publix cashier told me they get penalized if their coupons don’t match up to the products that go through their register. Hope this guy isn’t going to get in trouble for this.

        • Jennifer

          I work at Kroger. Yes, cashiers do get penalized. As couponing has become more popular we have seen many employees written up, suspended, and fired for allowing coupon scams or mistakenly making errors.

          I hope you guys aren’t offended by this, but I’m going to give you the cashier’s perspective on this. Cashiers don’t make the rules, we can’t choose to not check ID’s and we can’t break rules to accept coupons. I keep hearing over and over that “the cashier” wouldn’t take it or “the cashier” refused to accept it. We get barked at all day long over things that, frankly, are out of our control. Just an FYI, the cashiers are just hourly employees who are supposed to do thier job. They do not secrectly work at corporate and make up rules to make people angry. It upsets me that customers think that it’s the cashier that makes the rules. Please, I am begging you guys, if you don’t like the rules, PLEASE ask for a manager…or better yet, contact corporate at 1-800-576-4377.

          Many of the cashiers I work with, including myself, agree with your complaints 5000%, but we don’t want to get written up or fired over a $1 off coupon. The best mode of complaining is to do something about it, and that starts with management or corporate.

          I’m sorry for the rant, but it is so super frusterating. I use coupons too, so these recent changes annoy me too. I think that our coupon policy should be posted somewhere for cashiers and customers to see.

          Again, it isn’t the cashier’s that make the rules, but we are expected to follow them if we want to keep our jobs.

          • Karen

            Jennifer I totally agree with you! I just get frustrated when EVERYONE that works for the store apparently has been told something different in regards to the coupon policy. It just depends on the cashier on what coupons they will take or whether or not they will take the e-coupons loaded to my card combined with paper manufacturer coupon. I don’t want anyone to loose their job but all Kroger stores and their employees should all be on the same page regarding their policy, that way we couponer’s know what to expect!I have talked to management and have also contacted corporate so hopefully, I will get answers!

          • JenGC

            I understand that the cashiers are the ones that get the blunt of it but it is just like with jobs in other fields of customer service. If you call up a company about a complaint you have to tell the customer service rep the problem and 9 chances out of 10, you are mad about something and she, being the reprsentative of the company, has to take the abuse. It is a given in any customer service profession. I do try very hard to take that into consideration. Just today I had a run-in with a cashier and manager. She wouldnt take more than one coupon per item (which I KNOW is not true) and she wouldnt take the man. q that had Target on it. That’s fine. I had to void all the things she wouldnt take. She was pleasant and so was I. I also think many people will get frustrated with the cashier because he is extremely rude. I had another guy at Kroger try to tell me it is a Federal law that you can not take Kroger coupons and Man q. WHAT?!?!?!? A federal law. I said “that can’t be true since so many companies do it.” He said “IT IS!” and was a COMPLETE jerk about it. I then told him that he had to void off what that coupon was for then and went to Publix. I guess they broke the law too because not only did they use both coupons THEY USED KROGERS COUPONS! OH THE HUMANITY! Sorry but I understand what you are saying. I am so sorry that cashiers have to take the blunt of the complaints and the attitudes of the customers. But then again, that is a given for any customer service profession.

      • Jayna

        Some stores have a policy that requires a manager to approve an internet coupon of $5 or more. If her register beeped at your $5 coupon, that’s probably why. Some cashiers just don’t understand that’s why. It’s just a prompt.

    • Lauri

      I live above ATL and, both Kroger and Publix have really cracked down on which coupons they take. Kroger will no longer accept competitor’s coupons and Publix will no longer double coupons if the coupon says DO NOT DOUBLE.

    • Marty

      I enjoy reading the comments and really appreciate the info that is given. It would be VERY helpful if you could say what store location you had your good or bad experience in so that we could know weather our store was one that would or would not take a coupon.

    • Jody

      I live in Chesterfield Virginia and was thrilled when I came across Southern Savers and really learned how to coupon….I was clueless. I was amazed at how much money I saved at Kroger….until recently. It seems that my store is continually changing their coupon policy and the customer is unaware until you reach the cashier and they tell you what the coupon policy is for “that day”. I wrote the company and they pretty much narrowed it down to “it is the discretion of the store manager to decide what the store coupon policy will be”. This particular store only allows one internet coupon per product and only three manufacturer coupons per product. I nicely expressed that I had to pass a Walmart who price matches, a Food Lion and a Ukrops (who offers double coupons on Wednesdays up to .99) to get to their store. I’ve lost my enthusiasm totally for Kroger. Just thought I’d share my experience.

      • Kim

        Hey Jody – I’m from Dinwiddie Va… nice to see another Virginian on here.

      • Adrienne

        My family lives in Chester and I visit often. Just a couple of months ago I went to the Kroger at the intersection of Rt. 10 and Jeff Davis and they seemed to have a really lenient coupon policy. I’m sure I used 8-10 of the same (non-internet) coupon, and probably three of the same internet coupon. I was stocking my brother-in-laws pantry, so we had a ton of items, and a ton of coupons and it didn’t seem to phase my cashier. If this is the same store, they really have changed their policy… but if it’s a different store than you’ve been going to, and it’s easy to get to, I would suggest trying this store.

        Kim – I’m no longer in the area (I’m in Charlottesville now), but my sister lives in Dinwittie. I LOVE this site, I just wish we had a Publix… they always seem to have great deals :)

      • Erin

        Hi, Jody,
        I live in Midlothian, and I generally have no problem with Kroger. I live near what I refer to as “ghetto Kroger” (Bellgrade plaza at Huguenot and Robious) that I tend to avoid because it is smallish and the managers and customer service people aren’t very nice (rude and not helpful), even though I rarely have a coupon problem. I go to the one on 60, near the new Target at Westchester. Last summer, they were a bit draconian with the coupon rules (once, the cashier sent my whole stack of Internet coupons to the office for approval–they were, but how embarrassing!)–and I had some other issues with coupons not being doubled, but I emailed corporate (which was typically unhelpful) and I began going to the Kroger on Hull and Reams for a while. Love them, but they were just too far out of the way, so I went back to the one on 60, and they have been a dream ever since. Of course, I’m not really “hard core”–Although I tend to use a decent-sized stack of coupons, I usually have fairly large orders and rarely use more than two or three duplicate coupons. Good luck with your coupon friendly Kroger search!

        Hi, Kim! I just adopted a dog from the Dinwiddie Animal Shelter last month!

      • AKelly

        I don’t care for the one on Hicks Rd. because it’s smaller as is the one near Chestserfield Towne Center. We live in Nottoway but shop at the Kroger on Hull Street (Rittenhouse Drive location near Brandermill and just off 288) every other week or so, and it’s most always a pleasant experience. Only once when using a $5/$25 did I have any problems. In fact, that night the cashier who usually rings me up (must’ve been promoted to night manager) had to come over and sort out the confusion. She said, “I know her, and she knows her coupons.” Had to laugh eventho I couldn’t use the $5/$25 as I had intended. But that store’s a nice, big location with all the extras and most always has everything in stock as well. If it’s within driving distance, I’d try that one. And I only get the really good deals when we go to Kroger so the coupons really show up on my order. My total is most always low, and that in itself draws attention…as if the stack of coupons wasn’t enough! lol Can’t afford Kroger for my general groceries.

        SouthernSavers has saved us a ton at Kroger alone! Thanks for keeping the site going!! How cool to find other Richmond-area shoppers on here.

        • Erin

          I like the Brandermill Kroger, too, but it’s a bit out of the way for me. Where’d you get a $5/25 coupon, though? I never saw one for Kroger.

          • AKelly

            I was surprised to see one myself. I received a card with 4 of them dated so you could use one each week. Maybe 4-6 months ago.

            Btw, the Target just east of Chesterfield Towne Center has always been friendlier towards my coupons than the Brandermill one.

    • Amy

      Has anyone been able to find the Wonka gummies coupon? I can never seem to spot it.

      • CJ

        Hi Amy,
        I couldn’t either until I finally (accidentally) found them at the endcap of one of the cashier stands. You might try there. HTH

    • Jennifer

      I live in Gwinnett area of Atlanta and they will not accept any compet. coupons. I spoke to the manager and told her that they will loose a lot of shoppers as more shoppers use coupons on tight budgets they will go to a store that will accept them. She didn’t seam to care so I guess our dollars will speak to them louder than words.

    • Cathy

      Are any of you asking for a manager when the cashier won’t/can’t take the coupon?

    • Anyone having trouble finding that Kashi coupon? I logged in and eveything, spent too much time searching….:)

      • Courtney

        you have to register, which i did. then they told me there were no more coupons available for the campaign! ARG! i hate that.

        • Susan

          I had the same experience with Kashi late last week. I went to print it out and it said there were no more prints. I sent an email to customer service saying it was false advertising on their website. (If they say there’s a coupon for joining, it should print in my mind.) Got a quick response back saying they’re working on the problem and they were mailing me coupons instead. Just received them in the mail today (2 $1/1 any Kashi Qs).

    • Terry

      The Kroger in Lebanon, TN has YoPlait yogurt on sale 10 for $6.

    • Tanya

      at the Lakeland Plaza Kroger in Cumming, GA, they had 20 packs of Coke products with a $2/2 coupon on them. This makes it comparable to $3 a 12 pack ($.25 per can).

    • Tracy

      Ok, I am kinda new to the couponing but I love printing off your shopping lists for Kroger! It saves me sooo much time. I just wanted to ask a simple question though. When you list something on sale and then list all the coupons you can use under it…. Can i use all the coupons I have on the product? Like if i have 1 of each of the coupons you list for a product can i use each one?

      • AKelly

        Just one coupon per item unless you have an e-coupon loaded on your card. Then you can usually use that e-coupon plus one paper coupon on that item. Have fun couponing! It can be addicting :)

    • Erin

      Jenny, thanks so much for all you do here. I never go to Kroger without checking your site. The prices aren’t always the same because I’m in Virginia, but usually those items are freebies and not necessities anyway. I already went to Kroger on Sunday, but I made another trip today for all the extra deals–and my Healthy Choice coupon was expiring tomorrow. I got a 1 pound bag of kale, 3 Hunts tomato purees, 6 Healthy Choice meals (b/c I miscounted!), 2 Starkist tunas, 2 Wonka gummies, 1 Steamfresh corn, 2 boxes of Quaker instant oatmeal, and one potato for $7.84–78% savings for *real* food (not including the candy, of course, but it was free!). What a great service you provide. Thank you.

    • lulu

      does anybody use upromise ecoupons? dont quite undestand how they work

      • Julie Shaver

        I use upromise coupons. If you have a 50 cent upromise coupon, it puts 50 cents in your upromise account instead of taking 50 cents off the item. Hope that helps. :)

        • lulu

          thanks it does help

    • Erin

      Made my third Kroger trip of the week (!!!) and I found Yakisoba noodle bowls on sale for .89. I had 2 .50/1 coupons from an insert, and it made them free. I also found a Catalina in the tuna aisle for a free pouch of Bumblebee albacore tuna! I got about four Bumblebee Cats when I checked out but the best was only .50/1. Another good trip though!

    • Kroger has Pillsbury Brownie Mix on sale for $1 and there was a coupon for $.40 off so double that and you get the brownie mix for $.20. The coupon was in one of the papers a few weeks back – can’t remember which one! Sorry.

      • Joanne Horan

        Sunday, Jan 10

    • Rachel

      Bob’s Steel Cut Oats (DH’s favorite) are on sale for 2.99 (great price for health food! one bag will make about 20 bowls of oatmeal)

      Hershey’s Dark Chocolate 100 cal bars are on close out for 1.97 and the 3 Musk 100 cal bars are on closeout for 1.79. After the doubled 50c coupons from the newspaper they are only 97c and 79c each.

    • Todd

      Another close out item is Purex Apple & Melon laundry detergent @ $2.39. Use printable coupon (or one in recent SS or RP) for $0.35 off to make it $1.69 each and get a coupon for your next trip.
      Buy 2 for $4.78 – $1.40 in coupons = $3.38 but get back $4 on next trip. Buy 3 and get $5 off next trip

    • DJ

      What does c/o mean?

      Example: Renuzit Crystal Elements Emerald Rain Forest c/o $3.49