Kroger deals, May 14-20
05/14/2014 4:00 AM
02/15/2015 11:19 AM
Look for good coupon deals at Kroger this week on Crest toothpaste (25 cents!), Kraft and Sweet Baby Ray’s barbecue sauces (50 cents), Muller yogurt, Triscuits, Kettle chips, Birds Eye Voila!, Red Baron pizza and Seattle’s Best coffee. You can also score a $5 discount on a $25 Michael’s gift card.
Without coupons, there are good prices on chicken, lots of produce and several store-brand products, including butter, yogurt and lunch meat.
If you shop Friday, Saturday or Sunday, you’ll earn double fuel points toward cheaper gasoline when you download a digital coupon. And, good news, the digital Friday freebie is back.
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: Download a digital coupon on Friday, May 16, for a free 5.3 oz. bag of Twistos Crackers. The coupon is valid through May 31 but you must download it on May 16.
This week's coupon match-ups and promotion deals:
Crest toothpaste (4.6 oz): $1
.75/1 4/27 P&G
= 25 cents! Great deal.
Oral B toothbrushes (ad doesn’t indicate what type): $1
.75/1 or .75/2 Oral B Pulsar, 3D White, Pro Health, Complete OR 2 Indicator or Cavity Defense toothbrushes 4/27 P&G
.50/1 or .50/2 Oral B Pulsar, 3D White, Pro Health, Complete OR 2 Indicator or Cavity Defense toothbrushes 5/4 RP
= as low as 25 cents.
Kraft barbecue sauce (18 oz.): $1
$1/2 5/11 SS
= 49 cents each. Good deal.
Sweet Baby Ray’s barbecue sauce (18 oz.): $1
= 50 cents each. Very nice deal.
Muller, Yoplait, Dannon and Chobani Greek yogurt cups: $1
$1/4 Muller 5/4 RP
= as low as 75 cents each! Very nice deal.
Nabisco snack crackers, including Triscuits: $1.99
$1/1 Triscuits 4/13 SS1
= 99 cents for Triscuits. A good deal, though not quite as good as Food Lion this week.
Wish Bone salad dressings: $1.99
.70/1 5/11 SS
= $1.29. A decent deal but Food Lion has these for just 80 cents.
Jell-O refrigerated 4-packs: 3/$5
$1/3 Kroger digital coupon
$1/3 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save
= $1.33 each.
Note: Unfortunately, you can’t stack Kroger digital coupons with paper coupons.
Kettle brand chips: $1.99
$1/2 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save
= $1.49 each.
Heinz Ketchup (38 oz.): $1.99
.50/1 5/4 RP
Cascadian Farm organic cereal: $2.50
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.
Birds Eye Voila! dinners (21 oz.): $3.50
$1/1 4/13 SS2
= $2.50. Great deal, if you buy this product.
Red Baron frozen pizza: 3/$9.99
$2/3 Kroger digital coupon
= 3/$7.99. That’s $2.66 each, a very good price.
Seattle’s Best bagged ground coffee (12 oz.): $4.99
$1.50/1 3/23 SS
Green Mountain or Donut House K-Cups (12 count): $4.99
.75/2 Keurig 4/27 SS
= $4.62 each.
Starbucks Coffee (bagged, 11-12 oz.; 10-count K-Cups): $6.99
$1/1 Kroger digital coupon
$2/2 bagged 4/13 SS2
$1.50/1 K-Cups 3/9 SS or 4/13 SS2
= as low as $4.99.
Michael’s crafts gift card: $25
$5/1 Kroger digital coupon
= $20. Great deal if you shop at Michael’s.
No coupons required:
Gala, Granny Smith, Red or Golden Delicious apples: 99 cents per pound.
Tomatoes on the vine: 99 cents per pound.
Mango: 99 cents each.
Red seedless grapes: $1.28 per pound. This is the lowest price I’ve seen in awhile, but they should drop to 99 cents per pound soon.
Asparagus: $1.99 per pound.
Mini peppers (16 oz. bag): $1.99.
Kiwi: $2 for 1-lb. package.
Pineapple: $2 each.
Dole bagged salads (5-12 oz.): $2.49.
Raspberries or blackberries (6 oz.): $2.50.
Blueberries: $2.50 for 12-oz. package.
Chicken drumsticks or thighs: 88 cents per pound.
Tyson split chicken breasts: 99 cents per pound! Great price and perfect for batch/freezer cooking.
Boneless pork loin: $1.99 per pound.
Kroger lunch meat (7-9 oz.): $2.69.
Kroger yogurt cups: 33 cents each.
Kroger butter (1 lb.): $2.50. Good price.
Kroger Deluxe ice cream (48 oz.): $2.50.
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