Kroger deals, May 28-June 3

Posted by Amy Dunn on May 28, 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 Kroger.com.

    *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 Coupons.com.

Look for good coupon deals at Kroger this week on Kraft barbecue sauce, Kool Aid, Quaker Big Chewy bars and Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels.

Without coupons, pick up a dozen free eggs when you purchase I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter spread. Look for additional good deals on chicken, hot dogs, bologna, canned tuna, canned black beans, canned tomatoes, Athenos hummus, peanut butter and soda.

There are also opportunities to score double and quadruple points for discounts on gasoline.

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.

4X fuel points promotion on gift cards: Through June 17, you’ll earn quadruple fuel points on the purchase of gift cards to major retailers at Kroger. Example: Purchase a $100 gift card to Target and you’ll receive 400 fuel points, which is enough to shave 40 cents off per gallon of gasoline at a Kroger gas station. This is one of my favorite promotions and it’s perfect timing for Father’s Day and graduation shopping. Read this post about how I maximized my Kroger fuel points to save on gasoline.

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

Kool Aid envelopes: 10 cents

Kool-Aid Unsweetened Envelopes, Buy 10, Get 3 Free, up to 75 cents 4/27 SS, expiring 5/31

Kraft barbecue sauce (17.5-18 oz.): $1

$1/2 5/11 SS

= 50 cents each.

Quaker Chewy Bars (5-8 count): $1.67

$1/1 Big Chewy variety 5/4 RP

$1/2 5/4 RP

= as low as 67 cents! Fantastic price.

Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels (16 oz.): 2/$5

$1/2 5/18 SS

= $2 each.

PLUS: Get $5 cash back rebate from SavingStar.com when you spend $20.

Get one dozen eggs FREE when you buy one I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter spread for $1.99. That makes each item $1. A very good deal.

Arm & Hammer laundry detergent (45-75 oz.): $3.50

$1/1 5/18 SS

= $2.50. A good deal, if you’re brand loyal. Otherwise, just an OK deal.

No coupons required:

Mangos: 99 cents each.

Mini cucumbers (4 count): 99 cents.

Romaine, red or green lettuce: 99 cents.

Organic Vidalia onions: $1.28 per pound.

Organic broccoli: $1.99.

Strawberries: $2 for 1-lb. package.

Red seedless grapes: $1.28 per pound. That’s as close as we’ve been in awhile to my $1 per pound target price.

Organic blueberries (6 oz.): $2.99.

Chicken of the Sea canned tuna: 50 cents!

Chicken drumsticks or thighs: 99 cents per pound.

Bar S franks or bologna (1 lb.): $1.

Boneless pork loin: $1.99 per pound.

Boneless chicken breasts: $1.99 per pound.

Oscar Mayer lunch meat (8 oz.): $2.

Athenos humus (7 oz.): $1.50.

Kroger canned black beans (14.5-15 oz.): 50 cents. Great price.

Kroger canned tomatoes (14.5-15 oz.): 50 cents. Another great price.

Kroger peanut butter (28 oz.): $2.99. A good price for this larger size.

Powerade or Powerade Zero (32 oz.): 59 cents each wyb 8.

Big K 2 liter: 67 cents each wyb 4.

Coke brand 2 liters: $1 each wyb 6.

Kroger bandages (10-60 count): $1.

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