Kroger deals, May 7-13

Posted by Amy Dunn on May 7, 2014 

  • Kroger savings tips:

    *Kroger stores in the Mid-Atlantic region, which includes the Triangle, do NOT double coupons. Read about the coupon policy change HERE.

    *Up to five identical coupons may be used in a single order, but there's no limit on the total number of coupons you may use.

    *During Kroger's frequent 10 for $10 sales, you DON'T have to buy all ten to score the deal. Each item is individually priced at $1.

    *Kroger offers digital coupons, which you may load onto your loyalty card. The digital coupons do NOT double and may NOT be combined with paper coupons. Set up an account on

    *Seniors save 5 percent on their total grocery bill every Tuesday.

    *Click HERE to print coupons from The N&O's Find N Save coupon page powered by

Look for good coupon deals at Kroger this week on Country Time drink mix, Muller Greek yogurt, Red Baron frozen pizzas, Marie Callender and Healthy Choice frozen entrees, Breyers and Klondike ice cream, Tostitos and Starbucks coffee.

Without coupons, there are good prices on cucumbers, onions, peppers, ground turkey, and lots of store-brand products, including peanut butter, jelly, bread, ice cream, lunch meat and soda.

Keep reading for all of this week's top deals at Triangle-area Kroger stores.

2X fuel points weekend: Shop Friday, Saturday or Sunday and earn double fuel points on your purchases when you download a digital Kroger coupon.

Digital Friday freebie: There’s no Friday freebie listed in the ad this week.

This week's coupon match-ups and promotion deals:

Bar-S Franks (16 oz.): $1

.75/1 Bar S Hickory Bacon & Cheddar Fransk or Beef Franks

= possibly as low as 25 cents, if these varieties are included in sale.

Country Time drink mix (6-8 court): $1

$1/2 4/27 SS

= 50 cents.

Muller Greek yogurt: $1

$1/4 5/4 RP

= 75 cents each.

Marie Callender’s or Healthy Choice entrees or steamers (9-19 oz.): 5/$10

$2/5 Kroger digital coupon

= $1.60 each.

Breyers ice cream (48 oz.) or Klondike ice cream bars (4-6 count): $2.99

$3/3 5/4 RP

= $1.99 each wyb 3. Food Lion has a better deal on the Klondikes.

Tostitos Tortilla Chips (6.9-13 oz.): $2.99

$1/1 Kroger digital coupon

= $1.99.

Nabisco Chips Ahoy cookies: $2.49

.50/1 Kroger digital coupon

= $1.99.

Dove or M&M’s (8-12.6 oz.): $2.99

$1/1 Kroger digital coupon

= $1.99.

Minute Maid orange juice (59 oz.): $2.49

.50/1 Kroger digital coupon

= $1.99.

Arnold Bread: 2/$5

$1/2 Kroger digital coupon or $1/2 3/30 SS

= $2 each.

Red Baron frozen pizza: 3/$9.99

$2/3 Kroger digital coupon

= 3/$7.99. That’s $2.66 each, a very good price.

Breyers Gelato (28.5 oz.): $3.99

$1/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

= $2.99.

Starbucks Coffee (bagged, 11-12 oz.; 10-count K-Cups): $6.99

$2/2 bagged 4/13 SS2

$4/2 K-Cups 3/9 SS, expiring 5/9

$1.50/1 K-Cups 3/9 SS or 4/13 SS2

= as low as $4.99.

Michael’s $25 gift card

$5/1 Kroger digital coupon

= $20. Great deal, if you regularly shop at Michael’s.

No coupons required:

Cucumbers: 50 cents each.

Green onions: 50 cents.

Vidalia onions: 69 cents per pound.

Red, yellow or orange bell peppers: 88 cents each.

Yellow or zucchini squash: 99 cents per pound.

Green beans: 99 cents per pound.

Romaine, red or green lettuce: 99 cents per head.

Grape tomatoes (10 oz.): $1.99.

Seedless watermelon: $3.77 each.

Organic Gala apples (3 lb.): $4.29.

Oscar Mayer bologna (12 oz.): $1.

Ground turkey: $1.99 per pound (sold in 3-lb. package).

Kroger lunch meat (7-9 oz.): $2.

Kroger potato salad, cole slaw or macaroni salad (1 lb.): $1.25.

Kroger cheeses (6-8 oz.): $1.99. A bit high. I try not to pay any more than $1.50.

Daisy sour cream (16 oz.): $1.99.

Popsicle frozen treats (8 count): $1.

Kroger Deluxe ice cream (48 oz.): $2. Very good price.

Kroger peanut butter (16-18 oz.): $1.89. Good price these days.

Kroger grape jelly or jam (32 oz.): $1.89.

Kroger potato chips (9-11.5 oz.): $1.88.

Kroger bread or buns: $1.

Kroger Big K 2 liter soda: 75 cents each wyb 4.

Pepsi brand or 7UP 2 liters: $1.

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