Kroger deals, Oct. 20-26
10/20/2013 4:00 AM
10/17/2013 11:32 PM
Kroger has got good coupon deals this week on Barilla pasta, Lean Cuisine frozen entrees, Edy’s ice cream, Progresso soups, General Mills cereals, and Red Baron and Tombstone frozen pizzas.
Without coupons, milk is just $2.88 per gallon, frozen turkey is just 79 cents per pound, and apples and pears are good deals at 99 cents per pound. If you buy organic produce, look for nice deals on carrots and Honeycrisp apples.
Keep reading for all of this week's top deals at Triangle-area Kroger stores.
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 read more about how to save on groceries with the Ibotta smartphone app.
*Click HERE to read more about using SavingStar's digital coupons.
Prescription transfer deal: Get a $25 credit for groceries on your loyalty card when you transfer a prescription. Ask at the pharmacy.
Digital deal: No freebie this week. Instead, you can download a digital coupon on Friday, Oct. 25, for a $1 box of Cheez-It Zingz crackers. The coupon is valid through Nov. 9, but you must download it on Oct. 25.
This week's coupon match-ups:
Colgate toothpaste (4.6 oz.): $1
.50/1 10/13 SS
= 50 cents.
Barilla pasta (12-16 oz.): $1
.55/2 9/8 SS2
= 73 cents each.
General Mills cereals (select varieties, 8.9-12.25 oz.): $1.99
.85/1 Total printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com
.60/1 Lucky Charms printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com
.60/1 Original Cheerios printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com
.50/1 Lucky Charms printable on coupons.com
.50/1 Original Cheerios printable on coupons.com
.75/1 Trix printable on coupons.com
.50/1 Cinnamon Toast Crunch printable on coupons.com
.50/1 Original Cheerios 10/6 SS1
.50/1 Fiber One 9/29 SS
.50/1 Honey Nut Cheerios or Crunch SavingStar.com credit
.50/1 Lucky Charms SavingStar.com credit
.75/1 Fiber One SavingStar.com credit
.75/1 MultiGrain Cheerios SavingStar.com credit
= as low as 74 cents.
Progresso soups: 8/$10
$2/8 Kroger digital coupon
$2/8 SavingStar.com credit
= 75 cents each after digital coupon and SavingStar credit.
Lean Cuisine entrees: $2
$2/5 Kroger digital coupon. Limit 1.
= $1.60 each.
Keebler Townhouse crackers: $1.99
.75/2 9/15 RP
= $1.62 each. Good price.
Red Baron or Tombstone frozen pizza: $2.50
$1/2 Red Baron printable on coupons.com
$1/3 Tombstone printable on coupons.com
= as low as $2 each. Terrific price.
Edy’s ice cream (48 oz.): $2.99
= $2.49 each.
No coupons required:
Milk: $2.88 per gallon! Great price.
Tomatoes: 99 cents per pound. Good price.
Gala, Granny Smith, Golden or Red Delicious apples: 99 cents per pound.
Bartlett pears: 99 cents per pound.
Celery: 99 cents per bunch.
Acorn, Buttercup, Butternut or Spaghetti Squash: 99 cents per pound.
Simple Truth Organic mini carrots (16 oz.): $1.50.
Organic Honeycrisp apples: $2.49 per pound. A great price for these.
Asparagus: $1.99 per pound.
Turkey (Honeysuckle or Kroger, frozen): 79 cents per pound. This price is good through Thanksgiving Day.
Gwaltney bacon (12 oz.): $3. Good price.
Kroger yogurt (6 oz.): 33 cents.
Kroger sour cream or dip (16 oz.): $1.
Kroger cream cheese (8 oz.): $1. Great price.
Kroger Deluxe ice cream (48 oz.): $2.50.
Kroger spices: 50 percent off.
Clif Kid bars: 69 cents.
Big K soft drinks: 75 cents each wyb 4.
Pepsi brand 2 liters: $1 each wyb 6.
Kroger bread or buns: $1.
Kroger Ultra toilet paper 12-pack double rolls: $4.99.
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