Look for good coupon deals at Kroger this week on Gwaltney hot dogs, Cool Whip and Jello pudding, Chef Boyardee pasta, Muller Greek yogurt, Betty Crocker fruit snacks, Heinz ketchup, Blue Diamond Nut Thins, Hot Pockets and Pepsi.
Without coupons, pick up nice buys on peaches, squash, green beans, Roma tomatoes, watermelon, select organic produce and chicken.
Plus, the 4X fuel points bonus is available on the purchase of gift cards and there’s a Friday digital coupon freebie this week.
Keep reading for all of this week's top deals at Triangle-area Kroger stores.
This week's coupon match-ups and promotion deals:
Digital Friday freebie: Download a digital coupon on Friday, Aug. 22, for a free Airheads Bites candy, 2 oz. fruit flavor. The coupon is valid through Sept. 6 but you must download it on Aug. 22.
4X fuel points promotion on gift cards: Through Sept. 2, 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 back-to-school shopping. Read this post about how I maximized my Kroger fuel points to save on gasoline.
Gwaltney hot dogs (16 oz.): $1
.75/2 7/27 SS2
= 63 cents each.
Cool Whip and Jello pudding or gelatin: $1
$1 off Cool Whip and two Jello puddings printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save
= 66 cents each. Very nice deal.
Chef Boyardee pastas: 88 cents each wyb 8
.50/4 8/3 SS
= as low as 75 cents each after two coupons.
Muller Greek yogurt: $1
$2/10 Kroger digital coupon
= 80 cents each.
Betty Crocker fruit snacks: 4/$10
$6/4 Kroger digital coupon
= $1 each wyb 4. Good solid price, if you buy these.
Ragu pasta sauce: $1.67
.40/2 7/27 RP1
= $1.47 each. An OK price, though my target price is $1 or less.
Heinz Ketchup (38 oz.): $1.99
.50/1 8/17 RP
= $1.49. Good price on this larger size.
Blue Diamond Nut Thins: 2/$4
$1/2 8/17 SS
= $1.50 each. Good price on these.
Hot Pockets or Lean Pockets: $2
$2/5 Kroger digital coupon
= $1.60 each. A good price, if you buy these.
Pepsi brand 6-pack bottles: $2.99
$1/1 Kroger digital coupon
= $1.99. A solid price.
General Mills cereals (family size, 18-21.6 oz.): 2/$7
$3/2 Kroger digital coupon
= $2 each. Good deal on these larger boxes.
Edy’s ice cream, Outshine bars or Nestle frozen treats: 2/$6
$2/2 Kroger digital coupon
= $2 each.
No coupons required:
Sweet corn: 33 cents each.
Peaches: 99 cents per pound.
Yellow or zucchini squash: 99 cents per pound.
Green beans: 99 cents per pound.
Roma tomatoes: 99 cents per pound.
Organic kale: $1.99 per pound.
Organic blueberries or strawberries (6-16 oz.): $2.50.
Asparagus: $1.99 per pound.
Simple Truth organic grape tomatoes (10 oz.): $2.50.
Simple Truth organic salad blends (5-7 oz.): $2.50.
Seedless whole watermelon: $2.99 each.
Boneless chicken breasts: $1.99 per pound.
Boneless pork loin: $2.49 per pound.
Boneless chuck roast: $3.49 per pound.
Sirloin steaks: $5.99 per pound.
Kroger Greek yogurt cups: 80 cents.
Kroger shredded or sliced cheese (6-8 oz.): $1.99. A bit over my $1.50 or less target price.
Kroger cheese singles (16 count): $1.99.
Kroger milk: $3.65 per gallon. A so-so price. Walgreens has milk this week through Saturday for $2.99.
Ole flour tortillas 10-count: $1.
Nature’s Own Honey Wheat and Wonder bread (20 oz.): BOGO or $1.50 each. An OK price, though you can usually find Nature’s Own at the Dollar Tree for $1.
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish: $1.25.
Big K 12-pack sodas: $2 each wyb 5.