Kroger deals, Nov. 17-23

11/17/2013 3:00 AM

11/15/2013 2:23 PM

Kroger has nice deals this week on sweet potatoes, butter, canned goods, frozen vegetables, Cool Whip and Pepsi brand 12-packs.

In addition, through Dec. 7, Kroger is offering quadruple fuel points on gift card purchases, which is a great way to save a little on gasoline during the holidays.

If you’re looking for a deal on a Thanksgiving turkey, frozen turkey is 79 cents per pound with an additional $35 purchase. But keep in mind that Food Lion, Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods all have similar promotions at 47 cents per pound.

And finally, the digital Friday freebie this week is a Uber or ALT bar.

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

*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

Prescription transfer promotion: Get a $25 free grocery credit when you transfer a prescription. Ask at the pharmacy.

Free milk promotion from General Mills: Buy four participating products from General Mills and receive a free gallon of milk or free half gallon of organic milk. More details below.

Fuel Rewards bonus promotion: Through Dec. 7, 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 holiday shopping. Read this post about how I maximized my Kroger fuel points to save on gasoline.

Digital Friday freebie: Download a digital coupon on Friday, Nov. 22, for a free Uber or ALT bar. The coupon is valid through Dec. 7, but you must download it on Nov. 22.

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

Betty Crocker boxed potatoes: $1

.50/2 10/6 SS1 or 11/17 SS

.50/2 credit

= as low as 50 cents each after coupon and credit.

Green Giant frozen vegetables (7-10 oz.): $1

.60/3 9/15 SS

= 80 cents each.

Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom or Cream of Chicken soup: $1

.40/4 10/6 SS1 or 11/3 SS

= 90 cents each. This is only a so-so deal.

Heinz Gravy: $1.25

$1/4 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

= $1. An OK deal, if you didn’t grab these last week during the Buy 10, Save $5 promo.

Triscuits and Wheat Thins: $1.99

$1/2 Triscuits 10/22 SS

= as low as $1.49 each for Triscuits.

Pepperidge Farm bread or stuffing mix: $2.50

.40/1 bread 9/22 SS

$1/2 bread 11/3 SS

= as low as $2 wyb 2.

Buy four participating General Mills or Cascadian Farm cerals or bars, Get a FREE gallon of milk or half gallon on organic milk.

Cascadian Farm cereal and bars: $3.29; GM cereals and snacks, Pillsbury cookie dough and pie crusts: $2.50.

There are LOTS of coupons and deal combos possible with this promotion. Please share your deals in the comments section below.

Alexia bread or potatoes: $2.50

.55/1 10/6 SS1, expiring Sunday, 11/17

= $1.95, Sunday only.

No coupons required:

Sweet potatoes: 49 cents per pound.

Gala, Granny Smith, Red or Golden Delicious apples: 99 cents per pound.

Bartlett pears: 99 cents per pound.

Celery: 99 cents per bunch.

Yellow onions: $1.69 for three pounds.

Blueberries, raspberries or blackberries (4.4-6 oz.): $2.50. An OK price, though I try not to pay more than $2.

Organic Bartlett pears: $1.29 per pound. Great price.

Cranberries (12 oz.): $2.50.

Organic sweet potatoes: $2.99 for three pounds. Another great price.

Organic tangerines: $3.50 for three pounds. Good deal.

Clementines: $3.99 for three pounds.

Russet potatoes: $3.99 for eight pounds.

Honeysuckle or Kroger frozen turkey: 79 cents per pound through Thanksgiving. Requires an additional $35 purchase.

Cumberland Gap semi-boneless whole ham: $1.99 per pound.

Gwaltney spiral sliced ham: $2.49 per pound.

Boneless chuck or shoulder roast: $2.99 per pound.

Kroger cheese (chunk, slices, shreds, 6-8 oz.): $1.67. A decent price.

Kroger butter (1 lb.): $1.99. Stock-up price.

Cool Whip (8 oz.): $1. Good price.

Kroger sour cream (16 oz.): $1. Good price.

Kroger cream cheese (8 oz.): $1. Good price.

Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese (8 oz.): $1 each wyb 4. Excellent deal, if you can use 4. Otherwise, these are $1.33 each.

Kroger frozen vegetables (10-12 oz.): $1.

Kroger Deluxe ice cream (48 oz.): $2.50. Nice price.

Kroger canned vegetables or broth (11-15.25 oz.): 50 cents. Stock-up price!

Simple Truth organic canned beans (15 oz.): $1.

Kroger sugar (4 lb.): $1.99. Only an OK price.

Pepsi brand 12-packs: $2.50 each when you buy 4.

Coke brand 2 liters: $1 each wyb 6. Otherwise, these are $1.50 each, which is way too much to pay.

Kroger bread or buns: $1.

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