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

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Kroger Weekly Ad 1/3-1/9

on 1.3.2010 at 2:32pm

This post may contain affiliate links. Read our disclosure here.

Here is your massive list of Kroger deals.  I’ve already run to Kroger today and added a good number of unadvertised deals.  The list of Procter & Gamble items is also updated with all the participating products.  While some of these items might seem high, you’ll notice that Target is advertising the same price for the Tide Detergent but no $5 back…  so it might not be a bad deal after all.


There are are close out deals listed, these are marked c/o.  Most items will be the same from store to store but when the stock is gone, the deal is over.  Great price on All Detergent if you get out today!


  1. Load your Shortcuts and Cellfire Coupons before going out. (E coupons information)
  2. You can use a paper coupon with all the above e coupons 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

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

Procter and Gamble Deal

  • Buy $25 worth, get $5 off instantly
  • Household
  • Tide Laundry Detergent, Liquid, 40-64lds. or Powder, 63-80lds., $11.00
    -$1 off Tide Detergent PG 12/27
  • Tide Stain Release 18ct. $5
    -$1 off Tide Stain Release PG 12/27
    -$3 off Tide Stain Release PG 12/27
  • Downy Liquid Softener, 48-60 Ld or Sheets 100-120ct., $5.00
    -.50/1 Downy PG 12/27
  • Bounce Fabric Softener Sheets, 100-120ct., $5.00
    -.25/1 Bounce PG 12/27
  • Bounty Paper Towels, 8 Regular Rolls, $7.00
    -.25/1 off Bounty Towels or Napkins PG 12/27
  • Charmin Bath Tissue, 9 Mega Rolls, $10.00
    -.25/1 Charmin Bathroom Tissue PG 11/29
    -$1 off Charmin 6 roll
  • Dawn Liquid Dish Detergent, 10.1-24oz., $2.00
    -.25/1 Dawn Detergent PG 12/27
  • Swiffer Duster Kit, Refills or Furniture Polish, 9.7oz. or 1-16ct., $4.00
    -$1 off Swiffer Dusters Starter Kit Or Refill Refresh Your Nest booklet (get yours!)
  • Febreze Products $3.37-$6.99
    Various Febreze Coupons, Refresh your nest booklet
  • Puffs Facial Tissues $1.66
    Free Puffs Tissues wyb (2) Vicks products PG 12/27
  • Pet
  • Iams Dog Food, 15.5-17.5lb., $16.00
  • Iams Cat Food, 7-8lb., $13.00
  • Food
  • Pringles, 5.7-6.7oz., $1.33
    -$1/4 Pringles RP 11/15/09
  • Health Care
  • Prilosec OTC, 42ct., $24.99
    -$3 Prilosec OTC any, PG 12/27
  • NyQuil or DayQuil 12ct. or Liquid $4.99
    -$1.50 off NyQuil or DayQuil PG 12/27
  • Align Digestive Aid $28.99
    -$3 off Align PG 12/27
  • Metamucil $8.79
    -$3 off Metamucil PG 12/27
  • Pepto Bismol $4.09
    -.50/1 Ppeto Bismol PG 12/27
  • Clear Blue Easy Pregnancy Test
  • Personal Care
  • Pantene Hair Care, 6.6-13.5oz., $3.39
    -$1 off Pantene Hair Care PG 12/27
  • Herbal Essences Hair Care, 5.7-12oz., $2.77
    -$1 off Herbal Essences PG 12/27
    -.50/1 Herbal Essences PG 11/29
  • Head & Shoulders Hair Care 33 oz $3.33
    -$2/2 Head & Shoulders PG 12/27
  • Gillette Hair Care $3.50
    -$1 off Gillette Hair Care PG 12/27
  • Nice ‘n Easy Hair Color $5.99
    -$1 off Nice n’ Easy PG 12/27
  • Perfect 10 Hair Color $10.62
  • Clairol Root Touch Up $5.99
  • Natural Instincts Hair Color $7.99
  • Olay Skin care 15% off
    Free Olay Lotion after Mail in Rebate (up to 2 per household)
    -$1 off Olay In Shower Body Lotion, PG 12/27
    -$1 off Olay Facial Care or Body Lotion PG 12/27
    -$3 off Olay Definity Facial Moisturizer or Facial Cleanser RP 12/13
    -$10 off Olay Pro x Vocal Point mailer
    -$5 off Olay Pro X PG 12/27
  • Olay Body Wash $5.50
    -$1 off Olay Body Wash, PG 12/27
  • Gillette or Old Spice Body Wash $3.50
    -$1 off Gillette Body Wash PG 12/27
  • Gillette Deodorants $4-$7.99
    -$1 off Gillette Deodorant PG 12/27
  • Old Spice Deodorants $2.40-$8.99
    -$1/2 Old Spice Deodorant PG 12/27
  • Secret Deodorants $2.59-$8.99
    Buy 2 Old Spice Redzone Get 1 Secret Flawless Deodorant Free PG 12/27
  • Tag Body Spray $4.19
  • Olay bar soap $2.19-$5
    -$1 off Olay Bar soap or Body Wash PG 12/27
  • Zest Body Wash $3.69 or Bar Soap $3
    -$1 off Zest, Ivory or Safeguard Wash or Bar Soap PG 12/27
  • Ivory Bar Soap $1.39-$3 or Body Wash $3.69
    -$1 off Zest, Ivory or Safeguard Wash or Bar Soap PG 12/27
  • SafeGuard Bar Soap $3
    -$1 off Zest, Ivory or Safeguard Wash or Bar Soap PG 12/27
  • Gillette Disposable Razors $5.99 +
  • Gillette Fusion Razor or Cartridges $8.99-$12.99
    -$2 off Gillette Fusion Razor PG 12/27
  • Venus Disposable Razors $6.89
  • Venus Razor or Cartridges $7.99-$9.39
  • Gillette Shave Gels $2-$3.89
    -$1.50 off Gillette Fusion Gel PG 12/27
    -$1 off Gillette Shave Gels PG 12/27
  • Crest Pro Health or Max Fresh Toothpaste, 4.6-6.2oz., $2.50
    -$1 off Crest Premium toothpaste RP 12/06

    -$.50 off Crest Toothpaste or Liquid Gel PG 12/27
  • Crest Rinse 1 L $4.50
    -.75/1 Crest Rinse PG 12/27
  • Scope Rinse $4.50
  • Glide or Oral-B Floss $1.99-$3.50
    -$1 off Oral-B or Glide Floss PG 12/27
  • Crest Whitestrips
    -$5 off Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal PG 12/27
  • Oral-B Toothbrushes $2.50-$5.99
    -.75/1 Oral-B Pulsar, CrossAction or Advantage or (2) Indicator Toothbrushes PG 12/27
  • Always, 20-100ct.,  $5.50
    Free Always Pad, Clean or Feminine Cleansing Cloth 12-22ct. wyb any 24-54ct. PG 12/27
    Free Always Infinity 14-18 ct. wyb any 28-36ct. PG 12/27
  • Tampax, 40ct., $5.50
    Free Tampax 18-20ct. wyb any 36-60ct. PG 12/27
  • Duracell Batteries AA/AAA, 4ct.; C/D, 2ct.; 9V, 1ct., $3.00
  • -.75/1 Duracell Batteries RP 12/13
  • CoverGirl or Queen Latifa Cosmetics 25% off
    -$2 off CoverGirl Simply Ageless PG 12/27
  • Baby
  • Pampers Kandoo products $2.78
  • Pampers Wipes 64-72 ct. $2.59
    -.50/1 Pampers Wipes PG 12/27
  • Pampers Diapers or Easy Ups Training Pants Big box Sizes 1-6, 48-96ct., $19.50
    -$2 off Pampers Diapers or Pants PG 12/27
  • Luvs Big Pack Diapers $17.00


  • Poultry
  • Tyson Fresh Split Chicken Breast, .99 lb.
  • Perdue Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts $1.99 lb.
  • Fresh Leg Quarters, .49 lb.
  • Perdue Fresh Boneless, Skinless Thighs, $1.99 lb.
  • Tyson Fresh Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs, $0.99 lb.
  • Perdue Fresh Ground Turkey Breast, $3.29 lb.
  • Perdue Fun Shaped Chicken Nuggets, 12 oz., $1.99
    -$1 off Perdue Refrigerated Breaded Chicken printable
  • Perdue Oven Stuffer .99 lb.
  • Perdue Fresh Cornish Hens twin pack, $1.79 lb.
  • Beef
  • Fresh Ground Chuck flavorseal 5lb $1.79 lb.
  • Pork
  • Fresh Mixed Pork Chops, $1.99 lb
  • Pork Loin Baby Back Ribs, $2.99 lb.
  • Pork Spareribs $1.49 lb.
  • Other Meat Products
  • Private Selection, Smithfield, Hormel or John Morrell Boneless Ham $2.99 lb
    -$2 off any John Morrell Ham
  • Hillshire Farm Deli Select Lunch Meat 5-6 oz $1.67
    -$1/2 Hillshire Farm Lunch Meat RP 11/15 or printable (register)
  • Jimmy Dean Roll Sausage 16 oz, Breakfast Links or Patties 9.6-10 oz $2.50
    -$1 off Jimmy Dean Fully Cooked Sausage RP 11/1
  • Ball Park Meat Franks 12.8-16 oz $3
    -$1/2 Ball Park Franks printable
  • Ball Park Beef Franks, Angus Beef or Turkey 14-16 oz $3.50
    -$1/2 Ball Park Franks printable
  • Kroger Sliced Bacon B1G1 at $4.49
  • Healthy Ones Smoked Sausage 14 oz $2.50
  • Healthy Ones Thin Sliced Lunch Meat, 8oz., $2.50
    -.55/1 Healthy Ones packaged lunchmeat SS 01/03
  • John Morrell Off the Bone Lunch Meat, 8oz., $2.50
  • Hormel Natural Choice Lunch Meat 7-9 oz $3
    -.55/1 Hormel Natural Choice Deli Sandwich Meat printable
  • Meals Made Simple Side Dishes 20-24 oz $2.50
  • Kroger Fully Cooked Bacon 2.1-3 oz $2.50


  • Jumbo Raw Shrimp, 16-20ct., $5.99 lb.
  • Cooked Shrimp 51-60 ct or Raw Shrimp 31-40 ct $5.99 lb
  • Snow Crab Clusters, $3.99 lb.
  • Fresh Catfish Fillets $4.99 lb
  • Kroger Value Fish Fillets frozen 2.5-5 lb $9.99


  • Strawberries, 16 oz., $2.50
  • Shelled Almonds or Walnuts, 16 oz., $3.99
  • Dole Gold Pineapple, $2.99
  • Broccoli Crowns, $1.39 lb
  • Red Grapefruit, .50 ea
  • Cucumbers, .50 ea
  • Fresh Selection Salad Kit, $3
  • Clementines, 5lb. box, $5.99
  • Dole Mushrooms whole or sliced, 8 oz., $1.50

Cold Stuff

  • Kroger Gallon Milk $1.99 ($2.59 in some areas)
  • Florida’s Natural Orange Juice 64 oz $2.50
  • Dannon Yogurt, 32oz. or 4-6pk., $1.88
    -$1/2 Dannon Light & Fit 6-Pack SS 11/01
    -$1 off Dannon Danactive 4-Pack SS 10/04, SS 12/06
    -$1 off Dannon Activia 4-Pack SS 10/04
    (makes it 88¢)
  • Yoplait Yogurt, 4-6oz., 50¢
    -$1/8 Yoplait Yogurt Cups printable (FF) or printable (IE)
    -.40/6 Yoplait cups SS 01/03 (makes it 36¢ ea)
    -.50/8 Yoplait cups SS 01/03
    -.50/6 Yoplait cups printable or printable
  • Kroger Cheese bars, shredded or sliced cheese, 8 oz. $1.50
  • Smart Balance Spread or Butter Blend $1.99 12-16 oz $1.99 ea
    -$1/2 Smart Balance Buttery Spreads printable
    -$1 off Smart Balance Butter Blend Sticks printable
  • Sunny-D 48-64 oz $1 ea
  • Kroger Deluxe Ice Cream 48 oz $1.99
  • Skinny Cow Frozen Treats 4-12 ct $3.50
    -$1 off Skinny Cow April Cosmopolitan or Woman’s Day Magazines
    -$1 off Skinny Cow Truffle Bars printable
  • MorningStar Farms 5.25-16 oz $3
    -$1 off MorningStar Farms Veggie Foods Product printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Gorton’s Grilled Fish Sticks or Fillets 6.3-11.4 oz $2.99
    -$1/3 any Gorton’s item printable
  • Tyson Frozen Chicken 18-32 oz bag $6.77 ea
    -$1 off Tyson Frozen Breaded Chicken Bag SS 10/18, SS 10/11
  • Lean Cuisine Entrees, 5-12oz., $1.78
    -$1/3 Lean Cuisine printable (manuf. w/ Target logo)
    -$1/3 Lean Cuisine Nestle Walgreens Home Mailer
    -$2/3 Lean Cuisine September All You Magazine
  • Freschetta Pizza, 9.4-29.6oz., $3.99
    -$1 off Freschetta Pizza, coupon on selected packages or SS 11/15

    -$1 off Freschetta Brick Oven Pizza,
    printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Hot, Lean or Croissant Pockets, 6.5-9oz., $1.78
    -$1/3 Hot Pockets printable (manu w/Target logo)

    -.50/3 Lean or Hot Pockets SS 10/25

    -$1/3 Hot or Lean Pockets Nestle Walgreens Home Mailer (mfr w/Walgreens logo)
    -.55/1 Hot Pockets Breakfast Sandwiches Cellfire eCoupon


  • Horizon Organic Milk 64 oz $2.99 ea
  • Stonyfield Oikos Yogurt $1 ea
    -.50/2 Oikos Greek Yogurt printable
    -$1 off Oikos Yogurt SS 1/3
    (makes it FREE)
  • Kashi Frozen Pizza $4.99
    $1 off any Kashi Frozen Item found on Kashi Cereals
    -$1 off Kashi Pizza printable (manu w/Target logo)
  • 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
  • PowerBar Energy Bars .80 ea


  • Betty Crocker Pouch Potatoes $1 ea
    -.40/1 Betty Crocker Potatoes printable (limit reached)
    -.35/1 Betty Crocker Potatoes SS 12/13, 11/22, 11/15
    -$1/2 Betty Crocker Potatoes SS 12/13, 11/22, 11/15

    -.40/1 Betty Crocker Potatoes Cellfire eCoupon or Shortcuts eCoupon
    (use .35/1 and eCoupon makes it FREE)
  • Ragu Pasta Sauce $1.89
    Buy 3, Get $2 off your next purchase (offer through 1/30)
    -.30/1 Ragu Sauce RP 11/15
    -.75/2 Ragu Sauces RP 11/15 (exp 1/10)
  • Kellogg’s Cereal or Nutri-Grain, Special K or Fiber Plus bars $2.49 ea
    Buy 4 and get 2 Gallons of Kroger Milk FREE

    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Rice Krispies, Corn Flakes, All-Bran, or Crispix RP 12/13
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes and/or Corn Pops RP 12/13
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Apple Jacks and/or Froot Loops RP 12/13
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K Bars printable
    -$1 off Kellogg’s Special K Blueberry Cereal printable
    -$1 off Kellogg’s Special K Cereal printable (FF)
    -$1.50/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Mini Wheats printable
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K Cereal printable
    -.75 off Kellogg’s Fiber Plus Antioxidant Bars printable
  • Quaker Instant Oatmeal or Simple Harvest Oatmeal $1.88 ea
  • Progresso Light, Low Sodium or High Fiber Soup $1.25 ea
    -$1.10/3 any Progresso Soups printable or printable
    -$1/4 Any Progresso Soups SS 12/06, 11/15, 1/3

    -.25 off any High Fiber Progresso Soup SS 11/15
    -.50/2 any Progresso Soup SS 11/15, 11/08, 1/3

    -$1/3 any Progresso Soup printable
    -.50/2 any Progresso Soups Shortcuts eCoupon and Cellfire eCoupon
  • Chef Boyardee Pasta 14.5-15 oz $1 ea
    B3G1 Chef Boyardee All You Jan ’10
  • Kroger Macaroni & Cheese Dinner 12 pk $3.99 (.33 ea)
  • Kroger Peanut Butter 18 oz $1 ea
  • Nabisco 100 calorie Snack Packs $2.50 ea
    $2 off Crystal Light Drink Mix AND Nabisco 100 Calorie Pack SS 1/3
  • Keelber Sandies $1.99 ea
    -$1/3 Keebler Cookies printable(manuf. w/ Target logo)
  • Rold Gold Pretzels or Cheetos $1.99 ea
    -$1/2 Rold Gold Pretzels printable
  • Sun Chips $2.98 ea
  • Lay’s Baked Snacks $2.98 ea
    -$1 off Lay’s Baked Snacks SS 1/3
  • Frito Lay Variety Snacks 36 ct. $8.99 ea
    -$2 off Frito-lay multipack tearpad
  • Kroger Bagged Candy or Writley’s Extra Gum $1 ea
  • Gerber Little Entrees or Graduates $2 ea
  • Gerber Main Meals 6 oz $1 ea


  • Kroger Drinking Water 24 pk 16.9 oz $2.99 ea
  • Big K 2 L Soft Drinks .59 ea
  • Fuze Drinks 18-18.5 oz .98 ea
    -.55 off Fuze bottle 18.5 oz Kroger Insert 12/27 (regional)
  • Big K Soft Drinks 12pk. 12oz $1.99
  • Juicy Juice 100% Juice 64oz $2.29
    -$1/2 Juicy Juice (manu w/Target logo) printable
    -$1/2 Juicy Juice Nestle School Days Made Simple Booklet

    -$1/2 Juicy Juice printable
  • Powerade Sports Drink, 32oz. $0.69
    B3G1 Powerade Zero or Ion Kroger insert 12/27 (regional)

Personal or Home

  • Nature Made, Nature’s Bounty or Sundown Vitamins B1G1
    -$1 off Nature Made Dec. All You Mag.
    -$1 off Nature Made, printable
    -$2 off Nature’s Bounty Your Life Vitamins printable
    -$1 off Nature’s Bounty vitamins
    -$1 off Sundown Vitamin printable
    -$3/2 Sundown Vitamins printable
  • Maybelline Cosmetics 40% off
    -$3 off Maybelline New York Pulse Perfection Vibrating Mascara printable
    -$3 off Maybelline New York Foundation Cosmopolitan Sept 09
  • John Frieda Root Awakening Hair Care $5.59
    -$2 off Root Awakening printable
    -$2 off Root Awakening Cellfire eCoupon
    (use both makes it $1.59)
    -$1 off Root Awakening coupon on select products
  • No Nonsense Socks 3pk B1G1 at $4.49
  • Dove Bar Soap 6 ct $5.99 ea
  • Stayfree Maxi or Ultrathin Pads $2.49
    -$1 off Any Stayfree product printable
    -$2/2 Any Stayfree product June ’09 Better H&G, Redbook, or Family Circle
    B1G1 Stayfree product RP 1/3
    (buy 2, use B1G1 and $1 off makes it .75 ea)
  • Nice ‘n Easy Hair Color $5.99 ea
    -$1 off Nice ‘n Easy Hair Color Product PG 12/27
  • Depends or Poise $10.99 ea
    -$2 off Any Depends printable
    -$1.50/2 Any Poise Pads printable
    -$1.50 off any Poise liners printable
    -$1 off any 1 Poise Panty or 2 Poise Pantiliners printable
    -$1 off any Poise product All You Dec 09
  • Caltrate Supplements or Centrum Vitamins 60-130 ct. $6.99 ea
    -$3 off Any Caltrate RP 12/06
    -$1 off any Caltrate Product RP 10/18, printable and printable
    -$1 off Centrum Performance RP 11/15
    -$2 off Centrum Silver RP 11/15
    -$1 off Centrum or Centrum Silver RP 11/15
  • Right Guard Deodorant $1 ea
  • Softsoap Hand Soap or Dial Bar Soap 2-3 ct $1 ea
    -.35/1 Soft Soap Hand Wash SS 1/3
  • Aleve 24 ct $1.99
    -$1 off Aleve coupon on select boxes

    -$1 any Aleve printable and printable(IE) or printable(FF)
  • Glad Trash Bags 34-80ct $4.99
    -$1 off Glad Force Flex Trash Bags, printable (IE) or printable(FF)
  • Ziploc Storage Bags 20ct $1.79
    -$1/2 Ziploc Bags SS 12/6, 11/15
  • All Small & Mighty with Snuggle 32 oz c/o $3.17
    -$2 off All Detergent RP 1/3, 12/6 (makes it $1.17)
  • Kroger Nice ‘n Soft Facial Tissues 65-160 ct $1 ea
  • Everyday Living Disinfection Wipes 35 ct $2 ea
  • Energizer Batteries AA/AAA, 4ct.; C/D, 2ct.; 9V, 1ct., $2.50
    -$1 off any Energizer Batteries SS 12/13 or printable


  • Old Yeller Chunk Dog Food 50 lbs $13.99 ea
  • 9 Lives Cat Food canned .40 ea
    Buy 8, get .75 off your next order
    -$1/12 9 Lives cans RP 12/13
  • Kibbles ‘n Bits Dog Food 4 lb bag $5.99
    Buy 1, Get $1 off your next order
    -$1 off Kibbles ‘n Bits RP 12/6
    (makes it $3.99)

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    • seeker

      On the Root Awakening, I have a SS $5/2 products (excluding trial sizes). That will make this a GREAT deal!

      • Dianne

        What SS did you get that coupon from? Thanks!

        • Cindi

          I found the $5 off 2 John Freida Root Awakening products here http://www.southernsavers.com/about/smart-source-coupons/
          and used the zip code 30135. HTH.

          • Dianne

            Got it!! Thanks a lot!

            • Linda in Atlanta

              I scored today on this! Had the $5/2 (thanks for the link!) and the $2 ecoupon. Got to Kroger and found the products with $1Q on each one. Fully expected to not be able to use the $1 Qs. . . as I checked out I handed all the Qs to the cashier, said I didn’t know if I could use those particular ones. She said she didn’t know either. I laughingly commented that I need to save every penny possible, she agreed and overrode the computer. Went from $10.98 to $1.98 – SWEET!

    • Michelle

      sun chips link isn’t working…is it just my computer? Does it work for anyone else? Thanks

      • Dianne

        Didn’t work for me either. Said address not found.

    • Michelle in Martinez

      what zip code do you use to get the poise liners coupon for $1.50 off?

      • marina

        I have 2 $2 off any poise product coupons that I don’t need. If you want them, I can send them to you. Just email me at marinka115@hotmail.com

        • marina

          forgot to mention that they don’t expire until 3/31/10

        • Michelle in Martinez

          thanks! emailing you right now. :)

    • Rebecca

      Kroger on Ponce in Atlanta has 2 HUGE bins of markdowns in the organics section. Most of the stuff expires late 2011 or later. Tons of organic baking items (canned pumpkins, flax meal, almond meal, chocolate chips for cheaper than non organic, pie shells) as well as cereals (barbara’s, kashi), some beverages (almond/soy dream products) and organic soups/stocks.

      • Heather

        Thanks for the heads-up! I don’t normally shop at that Kroger, but it’s close enough to take a peak at the bargain bin.

      • Kate

        glad I’m not the only southern saver who shops at the murder kroger! haha

        • jj

          LOL I was totally about to say that’s the murder kroger :) I always shopped there when we lived in little 5.

          • ANN

            Is that the one by City Hall ? Thanks!

            • Traci

              I always get the Krogers confused. That’s not Disco Kroger, is it? I think Creepy Kroger morphed into Murder Kroger in the last few years. If you go on Yelp.com, you can read some interesting stories about people’s experiences at the Murder Kroger. Quite diverting!

        • ZJ

          lol! I used to shop at that kroger in college! it was there that i learned the art of speed shopping! :)

          • Andrea


            The Disco Kroger is the one on Piedmont at Buckhead. It even has a disco ball inside…The Limelight used to be in the same shopping center. I’ve gone to the Murder Kroger a few times, but my favorite is the one at Ansley (Piedmont & Monroe) lovingly known as the “Kro-girl”. I love my local Atlanta Kroger folklore.

            • Traci

              Andrea, I haven’t been to that Kroger in ages but I loved that one. I would go over there on my lunch hour. I would pick up lunch at Picadilly or the hotdog place that used to be in Ansley. They had some great hotdogs!

    • JeriLynn Simmons

      energizer batt 4 pk 1.67 at my store in bg ky

    • lisa

      will you get 2 of the $2.00 off next purchase if you buy 6 ragu instead of 3 or do I need to do in different transactions?

      • Joanne Horan

        I went to the store today and bought 6 ragu – the machine gave me back 2 q’s for 2ea. It works.

    • Kristin

      I saw someone using a southern savers list here in Johnson City TN and I swear I almost chased you down just to say hi! LOL I just get excited to meet other couponers like me!

      • Sarah Beth

        I’m in Johnson City, too!!!

        • Kristin

          Well it was at the Kroger across from Target and it was the Dec 23rd so the place was slammed! But I seriously considered chasing down whoever it was just to say hi. lol I’m sure they would have thought I was crazy :)

      • Leah

        Could have been my sister, she lives in JC and is a couponer too. :)

      • JenGC

        The first time I shopped at Publix a girl saw me and said “Southern Savers?” I said “YES! HOW DID YOU KNOW?” She said “all the coupons. Me too!” and showed me her coupon stash LOL

    • denise

      Has anybody printed the Perdue breaded chicken coupon? I have tried several zips!

      • Rose

        I can’t find it either. My boys love that chicken! HELP!!

      • liz

        The Purdue coupon does not pull up me either. What zip code should we use?

    • Leah

      How many times can you use your “ecoupons”? Is it one time per transaction until the coupon expires, or will the coupon be removed from my card as soon as I use it?

      • marina

        I’ve only been able to use the e-coupon once.

        • Lynne cobb

          Also, I noticed that my kroger does not double the e-coupons. Only paper coupons.

    • Erica

      Is the Kelloggs deal only available at certain stores? Mine has buy 3 participating items and get free water not free milk.

      • ACW

        My Kroger is showing a free gallon of milk (does not specify whether it must be store brand) up to $4 WYB *3* Kellogg items.

        • Erica

          Is your Kroger in the Nashville area?

      • Angela

        My Kroger in Gallatin, Tn is also showing the buy 3 Kelloggs Cereals and get Kroger water free.

      • Snellmom

        The Atlanta area says “Get 2 Free Gallons of Milk when you buy 4 Kellogg’s at $2.49 each! There is a limit of 2 offers per transaction. So, it must be dependent upon your market. Usually Atlanta has pretty cheap milk.

        Yes, we will have a large stock of cereal and milk by the end of the week. I will probably be attempting my first try at freezing milk.

        • Melba

          I freeze milk all the time. Just make sure you thaw in the fridge.

          • Veda

            And make sure you shake it up well, before use!

            • Kim

              Does the milk still taste the same? Can you do it for chocolate? And how long will it last after you thaw it? Thanks~

        • Joanne Horan

          the whole milk is the only kind that does not freeze well, and this is due to the high fat content. Chocolate milk has a low fat content and will freeze well. Milk can last about the same time that it will take you to use – the expiration dates means that this is time in which the store is allowed to sell it – not that it is bad. It usually takes about 4-5 days for it to thaw under refrigeration, so when I take the thawed one out of the fridge, I will usually put another in to thaw.

      • Nashville area stores are not in the same region as this ad. We’re in the “Louisville region”. Go figure. ome deals will be the same, but many will be different.

      • Courtney

        did this deal today, bought 4 kelloggs and didn’t buy milk (i forgot). checked my receipt later and it still took $3.59 off my bill for free milk! yay! i bought 2 kellogg’s special k blueberry and 2 of the new granola. used 2 $1 off special k blueberry, 2 buy 1 special k get 1 granola free, and a $.50 off fresh fruit wyb any special k cereal (which doubled to $1). after all the coupons and specials, this deal provided me with $1.61 in overage towards other purchases!

    • DeAnn

      Why is the All detergent a “Great price on All Detergent if you get out today!” ? Is it only good today (Sunday)?

      Thanks for the help.

      • Jess

        I think its because it is closeout (c/o) so they will probably run out very soon since it is such a low price.

      • Samantha

        It’s on closeout for $3.17. When I went to the Duluth, GA Kroger around 4:30 today, they only had about 3 left so I would venture a guess they will sell out quickly.

        • DeAnn

          Totally overlooked the c/o in the description, now it makes sense. Thanks for the replies!

    • Teresa

      The P&G deal also includes Aussie, it’s the 33.8 oz bottles with a pump for 5.59, there are $1.00 off coupons in last Sundays P&G insert.

    • Annamarie

      I don’t have a local kroger’s anymore but I wanted to thank you because we vacationed in Nashville last week and I made my shopping list at the closest store to us. I was able to get my daughter a iwireless phone for $10 plus tax because of southern savers! I was a happy mom of a happy girl!~

    • My kroger has campbell’s soup 10/$10 this week.

      • jennifer

        so does mine. i’m in middle tn.

    • trisha

      DEAL ALERT: ESTER C VITAMINS are bogo as low as $4.34 and if you have the $5.00 off Q its a money maker. also the close out price on All & mighty at $3.17 – $2.00 Q = $1.17 plus tax are going FAST I had to go to two Krogers to find some.

      also another Deal Alert for Wal-Mart on REGULAR: Ben Gay Heat Wrap pads are on a closeout for $1.50- $2.00 Q = .50 Money maker…. also going fast had to go to Two stores as well because one was sold out

      • trisha, where was the ester-c $5 Q?

        • TRISHA

          YES $5.00 Q

    • Marty

      I dont see the Purdue chicken Q . What zip did you find it under.

    • mrs. jenny. I bought 20 papers today. there are a lot of coupons that I can’t use due to medical problems. I would like to find out if there is a place I can send these coupons in order for others to use them. I trashed a whole box of coupons yesterday. don’t want to do that if someone can use them. all I need is ragu sauce coupons and baby diapers ,wipes, etc. please help.

      • Linda in Atlanta

        You may want to try finding a shelter or other social service provider that could distribute the coupons AND teach people how to use them most effectively. Imagine how much further food stamps will stretch if coupons are used!

        • Tina

          Many grocery stores don’t allow coupons to be used with food stamps.

          • That is the strangest thing I have ever heard! When we were on gov’t assistance a few years ago, they encouraged us to use coupons (although not like I do NOW!) and all stores I shopped at took coupons with EBT. I’m curious which stores you’re thinking of. I know Wal-Mart, Kroger, Publix, Food Lion, all accept them. EBT is run through the register like money, so why wouldn’t you be able to use them?

            • Veda

              My niece gets food stamps and I give her coupons to use all the time, she has never had any trouble with them. In fact they encourage it!

      • Angela

        Hi Emma,
        I could really use your leftover coupons if you still have them. I couldn’t get out till late sun night and I couldn’t find a paper anywhere. Please email me at amm2ep@virginia.edu if you’d be willing to work something out. If not, i’m pretty sure you can bring them to your nearest social services office. We are on WIC and they encourage coupon use, so i’m sure they would be welcome. Thanks

        • Joanne Horan

          Kroger keeps all the leftover sunday papers and if you go to the store on monday you will be able to purchase one. Also, some of the stores have coupon baskets and you can take whichever coupons you want

    • jennifer

      Does anyone know if it’s possible to do the P&G $5 off $25 deal more than once? If I buy $50 worth of P&G items, will I get $10 off? Thanks!

      • Jenny

        You can do as many in the transaction as you like and it will give $5 off for every $25.

    • Yacoomba

      Went to Kroger today and did the – Get $20.00 in free groceries when you transer your prescription to Kroger. This coupon was in last Sundays paper for their pharmacy ad (along with other coupons). This worked out well for us and we only spent $9 out of pocket for charcoal briskets…woo hoo. Thanks Jenny for all you do and showing us those great deals!!! :-)

    • Jennifer

      The Kelloggs deal in my area (Knoxville) is buy 4 products get the 24 pack of Kroger water free. My sister in law tried the deal today and also got a $1 catalina coupon.

    • Linda W.

      Hi! Does anyone know if the 3/1 coupon for the Tide Stain release will work? The coupon states for larger size. I’ve never bought it so I wasn’t sure on the sizes they come in. Thanks for your help in advance!

      • Linda W.

        Oops! I just found the answer right after I posted the comment! lol Yes, it will work. Think I’ll have to try it out and see how well it works!

        • Lisa

          It worked fine for me when I used it last week. Good luck!

    • There is a $5/4 Kelloggs cereals, 10 oz. or larger available on the SuperTarget website. It is a mfr. coupon with all the right bar codes, etc, but it does have a target logo on it. I’m going to try to use it today. Since I need to buy milk anyway, it makes the cereal work out to, like 24c each (I’m including the discount for the milk in this.)

      • lydia

        what zip do you use for this its not at mine thanks

      • I was able to print one of those Qs yesterday and then it totally disappeared! I have 2 computers and wanted to print out 4 of them. They are gone. :-(

    • margie

      Jenny, I wondered how often the “Buy-Best Prices” list is updated. I see it still has milk at $3.19 a gallon and it’s been $1.99 for a while. I have told a friend about the site and the list, but after glancing at it, figured I would ask this first. thanks

    • Lara

      I live in Indiana and would love to find a free website similar to this one for my region. Does anyone know where I should look? I am really excited about the possibilities of saving money on groceries! Please let me know if you have any good ideas of where to find this information.

      • The “becentsable” and “drugstore divas” blogs have something called a “grocery gathering” on their sites. It usually has links to blogs in specific states that are similar to this one. I must say, however, that Jenny’s site is the most sophisticated that I have been able to find. Not to many others use the printable list feature and her coupon match ups are some of the easiest to understand. I hope this helps!

      • Carla

        I live in Northern Indiana and have found that for most items Jenny’s list matches my store pretty close. Our sales start on the Thursday after the South starts on Sun. So this ad for us started on Jan 7th. The ad Jenny posted for Jan 10th will begin for us on Jan 14. This just gives us a little more time to get our deals together.

    • Hope

      Hi Everyone,

      I live in Northern Colorado and I have been couponing for a while now. Always at Walmart and with no knowledge of how the rest of this works.

      Now I’m so overwhelmed I’m exhausted just looking at it all!
      I’ve watched the tutorials and read the beginners pages but making sense of the lists is still taking some serious time.

      So far I think Kroger, Target, and Walgreens, are the only stores I will benefit from, and I don’t have any store coupons or register rewards yet so the deals don’t look sweet enough to leave Walmart. To top that off, my coupon file is becomming unmanageable because I have so many. I’m trying to justify the shopping trip in my already busy day and just thought I’d come whine about it for a minute. LOL!

      If you have any great tips to give me some motivation I’d love to hear them.
      For now, Hello! And thank you for all that you are doing here Jenny, I can see it’s going to pay off…someday!

      • Traci

        Hi, Hope! I just started what I call Commando Couponing a few months ago and I’m still learning the ropes. I don’t know if I’ll ever save 80 percent on groceries the way some folks do (and my hats are off to them!), but last night when I saved %50 percent at Publix, it was pretty sweet! That’s a record for me!

        Don’t feel overwhelmed, although it’s easy to feel that way. Start small and work your way into it. I only do what I have time/energy for. I focus on my three local grocery stores (Publix, Kroger and Ingles) and try to scan the three drugstore flyers (Walgreen’s, Rite Aid and CVS). I don’t do much of the Register Rewards yet. I do focus on Target as well (see end of my note about this).

        One thing I try to keep in mind is this. If I don’t use it or want to try it, I don’t buy it. Even if it has a coupon/sale involved. Why buy a bargain if you won’t use it? Sure, I could go out and buy 10 boxes of Cocoa Puffs for $1 a box but I don’t eat them! Those sales CAN be good for buying things for your local food bank. But it’s ultimately a waste to buy something you won’t use.

        I see you shop at Target. Be sure to check out TotallyTarget.com. Kerry does a fabulous job of tracking Target coupons, sales, clearance and rebates. She just started the site and I’ve already saved a bunch.

        Good luck and smart shopping!

        • Hope

          Hi Traci,
          Thank you for the tips!
          I’ll keep on pluggin away.

      • Joanne Horan

        You’re on the right track. Kroger, walgreens, cvs & target are the first steps. Kroger for most food items, walgreens for household items, then cvs and lastly target. Its a lot to take in and there is an art to it – its sort of like polka – you gotta know when to hold them and when to fold them – like it says in song. Anyway, it takes time – 4 months ago I was in the same position as you are now – lots of headaches, I thought I was going crazy. I think you will find this website to be very helpful. Of course, there’s other sites that will take the guess work out of couponing for you to make it much easier – they will punch the store lists into their computer data base and it pops out all the information in a nice organized list that will take away all the headaches for you. These lists you will have to pay for, but I have to admit its not all that expensive to sign up for and considering the time spent on couponing, it well worth the money because you make it back on the money you save on groceries.

        • Hope

          Hi Joanne,
          Thank you for commenting!

          Joanne and Traci,
          I’m interested in learning of all of these sites, but I’m concerned I will not have the time to figure them out either.

          My largest dilema right now is how long it takes to go through my coupons and find what I am looking for. I’ve tried filing under item type, store section and date of expire and so far store section seems to work the best, but I can hardly get them filed and remove the expired ones and I’ve yet to have time to look through the sale flyers. What system do you use?

          • Janie

            Hi Hope,

            I am in Colorado too and have been couponing since Aug.( it helps to have a sister who is a pro.!) I focus on King Soopers, Target and occasionally Walgreens. I only go to Walmart for big items when they
            have good deals. I keep my coupons in tact in the booklet they come in and make a folder for each week. That way it’s easy to find when
            someone says look in SS 1/3 for a coupon
            Good luck!

            • TracyA

              Hope, I too have been overwhelmed and then it hit me. Dont clip every coupon. Save each insert from your sunday paper,date it. Then I look at the site and see what are the best deals and look for anything I may need at the time. I go to the insert, clip the coupon and attach it to the printed grocery list..this is what i have found works for me..hope it helps!

          • Rachel

            I’ve tried the accordion style coupon holders but I really like a small 4×6 photo album instead, esp the ones with a black backgroud. The clear plastic film makes the coupons so easy to see. And it’s small enough to fit in your purse! Alphabetical works best for me.

          • Joanne Horan

            I clip every coupon because you never know when you might need to complement a sale. I have 2 files – 1 for food and 1 for non-food – everything is listed alfabetically. I buy the clear inserts from walmart (the ones that have 9 pockets that are used for baseball cards – located up front by the registers). You can also do the other method of dating the flyers, its just a matter of what works best for you. Go to http://www.thegrocerygame.com and you will get a 4 week free trial. This site will give you a jump start towards a better understanding of how this all works.

            • Hope

              Hi Janie, TracyA, Rachel and Joanne!

              Thank you very much for tips. I am headed out today for my maiden voyage…lol I think I like the idea of both the Photo book and the intact flyers, I’ll give them a try!

              Thanks again!

      • rachel

        it’ll come to you. :) i’ve learned a lot from reading people’s posts and printing shopping list from jenny’s lists. but i’m still figuring out when some prices are really worth it.
        i’d lovelovelove to know what jenny and others consider base prices for items. ie- what do you spend on toothpaste? a box of cereal? a block of cheese?
        cause, we all know that full price is not what you have to pay. and neither is sale price. :)
        maybe a post/ongoing list of items and base price? it’d be uber helpful for the beginners among us. :)

        • Amber

          First of all, base prices are relative to where you live, what stores you shop at and how badly you need/want an item. Look at Jenny’s “need it now list” to start to get an idea. To get the “rock bottom” price you also need to give up all brand loyalty. Personally I don’t pay for toothpaste (free at drugstores), I will pay around .75 for a bag of cheese (3 for 5 with 1 off 2 kraft is pretty common) and I won’t pay more than 1.00 for any box of cereal.

        • Maureen

          I think I read that these are at least 40% saving.
          I check Jenny’s best price list, found under tutorials.
          I think this is the best site, it’s organized and you can print your shopping list- got to love that. Thanks Jenny.

          • Maureen

            Sorry it’s called BUY Price list, I carry a copy with me to check if I’m getting a deal, especially when I want to stock up and I keep in mind that another sale will come around.

      • Carrie

        It’s ok to not get all the deals. You will burn out fast trying. Jenny’s website is a great touchstone. When I was in your spot a few months ago I went to becentsable.com and took their online class. There are so many ways of making all the different methods work for you it can be totally overwhelming to digest them all at once.
        Just take a deep breath and start with one store. Remember, this is a total transformation of your shopping style. Don’t blow your budget on bargains. If there’s nothing on the table it won’t matter that you just bought a years worth of crest for 4.00.
        Within 6 months I’ve manages to increase out fresh fruit/veg intake, make the shift to whole grains, reduce pre-packaged food reliance, and almost cut out our fast foods. My stockpile is slowly growing and we made to through Christmas without a single credit card transaction.
        Look to Hot Coupon World, A Full Cup, and We Use Coupons as well. Nobody beats Jenny for her shopping lists on my side of the Mississippi river. With some digging I bet you have a similar site in your region as well.
        Just SLOW DOWN.
        This is not about immediate gratification.
        We’re in this together.
        I’m seeing the “Coupon Mom” everywhere tight now selling her book. Maybe she’s worth a look.
        or not
        Grocery Game may be of interest as well.
        There are pros and cons for every situation.
        Your heart is open.
        The tough part is realizing there is a better way.
        We will get there.

    • robin

      Hello, Does anyone know what is going on with P and G esavers? Noticed it said no coupons available for my area. Is Kroger still taking these?

      • Joanne Horan

        pg is no more after dec.31.09

    • Alyson

      My Kroger, Kedron in Peachtree City GA, has Healthy Life half loaf bread for $.99. There are 2 $.50 coupons in last Sunday’s insert. Buy 2, use both and get both for free after doubling. My store doubled up to the purchase price. Also there was a huge Kelloggs display with peelie coupons on the Special K for $1 off and also coupons on the display for $1/2 Fiber Plus and $1/2 for the new fruit crisps. Great to go along with the free milk!

      • Laura

        Hey! I grew up in PTC. I love it down there. Small world, but I guess a lot of people use this site!

      • Shannon

        I live in Newnan! I have told so many people about this site (I’m a teacher) and would love to get Jenny to come do a workshop somewhere around us!

        • Traci

          Shannon, Jenny is coming to the Atlanta area in February and March. I e-mailed her to find out if she would be down this way soon and she is! Whoo hoo!

          I live in Tucker now but I grew up in Fayetteville/Peachtree City. Newnan has really grown! I can remember getting my driver’s license over there when I was a teenager. The sweet old man who gave me the road test passed me, even though I totally bombed the parallel parking portion. I doubt that would happen today! :-)

          • Shannon

            Oh yeah! I am so excited to know this! I will be checking her calendar then to see when and where! I’m sure I will see you there! :) Thanks for the info!

    • Jill

      You may have posted this already but I got a printout with my KRoger receipt that said Buy 3 Ragu between 1/5/10 and 1/2110 and get $2.00 off next shopping order.

    • Jilana

      Has anyone printed the Hillshire Farms lunch meat coupon? I registered but can’t seem to find it on their website. If you know where it is hiding please help me.

      Thanks so much!

      • Joanne Horan

        Its there on the site.

    • Bonnie

      The kroger sale where you buy 4 cereal get milk free, costs about $10.00 for the whole deal, and then Targat had a Buy 4 kellogg’s cereals, get $5.00 off. I also had a $1.00 coupon off fruit when you buy a kellogg’s cereal, and $1.00 off milk when you buy Sara lee bread. I ended up with 4 boxes of cereal, 2 gallons of milk, bananas, and 2 loaves of bread for $10.00. I love it when the cashier, goes “Woh! I can’t believe that’s all you spent. Hum!” Giggle, giggle!

    • Joanne Horan

      Okay. Snuggle (sweet almond essence) is on clearance 2.57 and you should have coupons for 2.00 off, making it .57 ea – coupon expires on 1/10/10. Betty crocker deal is buy 5 fruit snacks/rollups and get back 3.50 – promotion started 12/28 – 1/24 – use mc coupons together with cellfire. Nestle coffe mate liquid creamers also on clearance 4/5 – coupon if for .50/1 and kroger will double, so that makes .25 ea. I would like to comment on the pg sale – if anyone had used the pe saver and the coupons that expired on 12/31, they would have made a killing!!! I got 105.00 worth of stuff for 0.00 dollars, as well as 5.00 back in cash. After all the discounts I had a total of 22.00 I would have had to pay, but I got a tip on the olay rebates which totals 27.00 so thats where I ended up paying nothing and getting back 5.00!!

      • Laura

        Ok, where do I get info on the Betty Crocker deals? I have purchased a lot of fruit snacks, but in different transactions. Had I known, I would have done it all at once. arg. thanks!

        • Joanne Horan

          The transaction has to be done in 1 deal. The sale is 2.00 per box. Now, remember that fruit shapes are different from roll-up, gushers. On cellfire, there’s .40 on fruit shapes and then .50 on roll-up/gushers, so you have to make sure you use the mc coupon for fruit shapes to maximize the savings and then use two .50 coupons so you will be able to double them. You will pay .55 per box and don’t forget to get the print out from the catalina machine after you buy it. (I almost did!!!)

      • Tanya

        Not sure how you used the 12/31 exp q’s since the sale did not start until January 3rd? Correct me if I am incorrect please.

        • Rachel

          They ran the same P&G sale last week. Kroger seems to run a lot of the same sales two weeks in a row (not complaining!)

        • Joanne Horan

          For us, kroger sales run wednesday to tuesday (I noticed that this site posts the sales on sunday, which is not such a good thing if you have coupons that are going to expire before sunday and yes I understand that they are waiting for the new coupons that come out on sunday) Now around the holidays, kroger and heb (tx) will run their weekly ad a few more days rather than change it on wednesday before the holiday. Then after the holiday they will run a short ad until they have to change for the next week. The 1st pg sale started on Dec. 26 and ran until Dec. 29. The 2nd sale started on dec. 30 but the list on this site did not come out until Jan 3, so by that time pg and the coupons expired on Dec 31. The pg sale is running again today for the 3rd time. I try to do most of the calculations myself before the lists come out and that is why I catch the sales before coupons or anything else expires. Hope this was explained well. This is first time I have ever blogged on the net.

          • Maureen

            Kroger is Sunday to Sunday, Horry County, SC.

    • Alisa

      I have used several zips for the Perdue chicken and no luck.

    • Carrie

      Got back this morning from a healthy shopping trip (Only produce and meat things) and noticed the Manager’s Special on 16 oz Strawberries is $.99 each. (Carrollton Kroger in GA)This was my first real Kroger outing since I am partial to Publix since they have fabulous sales and service. Got to say, way impressed with prices on some items in produce and meat at the Kroger.

    • Corinne

      FYI: The Kroger in Carrollton, GA will not accept manuf. coupons with a Target logo on it. I called and spoke with a manager to verify this, and he said that they do NOT accept them :( Please let me know if you find this to not be true.

      • Literally yesterday, I used the $5/4 Kellogg coupon from the Target website, but today I went back and the store stated that they do not accept them. Confused. The store that accepted the coupons is one town over, but the town that would not is in my home town. The two stores are only fifteen minutes apart!

        • StaceyC

          Hey ladies- I went to Kroger last week ( a different one than I normally use) and I was told the same about the target logo. They keep telling me it is a compeitors coupon and I keep explaining it’s not. I sent in an email on kroger.com complaining about the store store not accepting them when the other store does and I rec’d a phone call from the manager explaining that anything with the Target logo is intended for Target, Kroger does not receive their money back from the manufacturer if it has Target on the coupon. I really find this hard to believe. I mean if you took white out and covered the logo, you’d never know it was a target one. This is just ridiculous. What can we do??

    • Lisa

      When I went to Kroger today I had a 75 cents off a 2.5? oz packet of bumble bee coupon that printed at the register on a trip I made there yesterday.

      The packets are on sale for 79 cents, so I got this one for only 4 cents AND I got another 75 cent off coupon for ANOTHER packet!

      This will make a nice addition to my collection for donation to a local food pantry. :)

    • Jenna

      Isn’t Kroger having a 4-day sale this week?

      • meg

        heard it on the radio- Coke products .88, Kroger Apple Juice .99 – not sure what else-

      • alison

        i was just at kroger and it’s a great 4 day sale. coke products $.88, kroger apple juice $.99, oscar mayer bologna $.99 (there’s a $1 coupon for 2), ready pak lettuce $.88 ( kroger mailed me a $1 coupon). they also have betty crocker trans formers fruit snacks on closeout for $1.88 and i had a $1 coupon off 2 and then there’s a cellfire coupon.

        • Jenna

          Thanks ladies!

        • Snellmom

          There was a coupon in a Kroger coupon ad back a couple months ago. I’m sorry I don’t remember when exactly because I have already cut them out. Anyway, it is $1 off the Ready Pac salad, but it is only one per CUSTOMER, so they wouldn’t take the additional ones I had. There was also a $2 off $10 produce coupon that was in a Kroger mailer. I picked up a couple things of strawberries ($2.50 each) and a bag of spinach that I had a coupon that came with the same mailer for free.

          I did awesome at Kroger today! For only $6.70 and got 4 gallons of milk, 8 boxes of Special K, 2 things of apple juice, 5 rolls of Christmas wrapping paper, a large Hershey’s bars (for Smores), a bag of spinach, a bag of salad, and 2 pounds of strawberries! Pretty excited to get all of that for less than I would normally pay for the milk alone at Aldi (which is where I normally get my milk because it is much cheaper!).

    • Becky

      There is a $1 off Baked Lays & Sun Chips coupon on the CVS website.
      Goes good with the Kroger sale if your store will accept competitor’s coupons.

    • SavLucEvMommy

      I just got home from Kroger, where the signage in the store said you only had to buy 3 Kelloggs items to receive $4 in free milk (basically 2 gallons)- and it rang up correctly. Even better, my Kroger accepted the $5/4 Kelloggs coupon! They let you do it twice in 1 transaction, so I got 4 gallons of free milk!!! Woohoo! Also, my kroger still had quite a few of the closeout All detergent… are you dying to know where this kroger is? lol! It is in Canton, Ga at the intersection of Hwy 20 and East Cherokee. Happy New Year!

      • Yacoomba

        Going later on today for this deal except here it’s you get a : free gall on of milk, loaf of bread, sausage gravy, and a carton of eggs when you you buy 3 Kellogg’s products (3/$7). I’m in TX where they are running this deal.

        • Joanne Horan

          I got this deal too. Do you have HEB near you. I’m in tx also

          • Yacoomba


            I don’t know if I have one near me or not to be honest; I know for sure Costco and Sam’s Club. At first when you said HEB- I was thinking Hurst Euless Bedford (tri-city area here near the DFW airport) lol
            I love the deal I got though-now hubbs can stop drinking my lactose free milk. :-)

    • Laura B

      I’ve never had problems at Kroger with coupons, but one of my friends today said our Kroger here in Virginia would not let her use a $1 coupon on an item that was on sale for $1. The clerk said they would only give her 75 cents off?? I’ve never heard that policy before. She also was going to buy 12 yogurts and she had 2 coupons for $1/6. They would only let her use one. The clerk told her to look at the coupon policy online. Can anyone help? Is this something legit? Also how do you find the coupon policy?

      • Courtney

        that is strange. at my Kroger, they don’t even look at the coupons, just scan them and go on about their day. they seriously don’t care. i can’t see why the wouldn’t accept two of the same coupon. i used four of the same coupon on two different groups of items without any trouble at all.

      • Valerie

        Kroger’s “official” policy is to accept only two internet coupons for the same type of item. As long as you use one coupon per item (or whatever the coupon specifies). For example: You want to buy 3 boxes of Special K. You have two identical Special K internet coupons-they will not let you use a third identical internet Special K coupon. However, you can use a paper coupon if you like. They will take as many paper coupons as you would like to use.

    • Tanya

      Was disappointed that the only “good” cereals included in the Kellog deal were Apple Jacks and Corn pops. The others were varieties of Special K.

    • Hi – just saw that the Kroger here in Woodstock, GA is having a four day sale – the two items I saw were Kroger Apple Juice or Grape Juice .99, 2 liter of Coke products – .88

    • Katherine

      I am not able to download the P&G ecoupons to my Kroger cards. Does not list Kroger as one of the participating ones. :-(

      • Mariah

        As of 12-31-09 Kroger no longer does P&G ecoupons.

    • Joanne Horan

      This is for the people that like Healthy Choice. Healthy Choice has a coupon on their website for 5 off purchase of 5 frozen meals exp. 1/20 and Kroger also has an e-coupon (exp. 1/31) on their new e-coupon site, making it a total of $10.00 off 5 meals.

      • Ellen

        Thanks for the tip on the Healthy Choice coupon. I bought 5 at $2.50 each. Then they took off $10 (printed coupon and e-coupon loaded on Kroger’s card). So, I got them for .50 a piece. Not bad for Healthy Choice.

    • jen

      I heard on saving amy another blog that kroger will stop doing double coupons starting this year has anyone else heard the same?

    • I can’t get the Kashi coupon link to work. Anyone else have this problem? We love Kashi cereals.

    • I can’t find the Kashi coupons on their site. Anyone else have this problem?

      • Joanne Horan

        I think it was on couponsurfer.com that I saw coupons for Kashi. Its a pretty good website – they e-mail you everyday when new coupons come up. Also, you might try mysavings.com too

    • Kris

      Can anyone tell me if I could freeze the Oscar Mayer bologna for .99?

      • Cathy

        I have frozen bologna many times and have never had a problem. Go ahead stock up and freeze with confidence.

    • Yacoomba

      I’ve been trying to load the Healthy Choice coupon to my Kroger card from the website and it keeps telling me the store location doesn’t exist or is invalid when I put in my zip code 76001. I just went to that store last night-any suggestions on how I can get it to work. I really want to take advantage of the deal someone mentioned earlier regarding the Healthy Choice meals being about $0.50 a piece

      • Joanne Horan

        Are you registered on the kroger site. I’m not sure why you have a problem. I just logged in the clicked on the kroger e-coupons and it came up. It asked me to put in my kroger card number and then I clicked on the healthy choice and it added it to the card

    • lu

      Hey guys,

      My kroger ad states that you get a free 24 pack of water free with Kellogg’s purchase, not milk.

      • Joanne Horan

        After reading all the blogs, it appears its all dependent on what state you live in.