Kroger deals, June 11-17
06/11/2014 4:00 AM
02/15/2015 11:26 AM
Look for good deals at Kroger this week on Gwaltney hot dogs, Butterball turkey bacon, Eggo waffles and Keebler cookies (free with the right coupons!), mangoes, Oscar Mayer bologna, Pepsi 6-packs and Cascade dishwasher detergent.
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.
This week's coupon match-ups and promotion deals:
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.
Buy 5, Save $5 promotion: Save $5 instantly at the register when you buy any five participating products. That amounts to a $1 discount per item. Check the lists below for the best deals. You must purchase in multiples of four to get the discount.
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.
Eggo Waffles and Keebler cookies: $1.49 after Buy 5 promo
.75/1 and $1.50/1 coupons available on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com when you redeem points
= as low as FREE.
Gwaltney hot dogs (16 oz.): $1
.55/1 5/18 SS
= 45 cents. Great price, if you buy these.
Knorr pasta or rice sides: $1
.50/2 5/18 RP1
= 75 cents each.
Mangoes: 99 cents each
20% cash back coupon on SavingStar.com
= as low as 79 cents.
Kraft salad dressings (16 oz.): $1.49 after Buy 5 promo
$1/2 5/18 SS
= 99 cents each. A solid price.
Oscar Mayer bologna (16 oz.): $1.29 after Buy 5 promo.
Kellogg’s cereals: $1.99 after Buy 5 promo
$1/2 printable coupons on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com
= $1.49 each. NOT a deal. You can frequently get cereal for $1 a box or less.
Butterball turkey bacon (12 oz.): $2.50
$1/2 5/18 SS
.75/1 June All You magazine
.65/1 May All You magazine
= as low as $1.75. Nice deal.
Pepsi 6-pack bottles: $1.99 after Buy 5 promo.
Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip (30 oz.): $2.49 after Buy 5 promo
$1/2 5/11 SS
= $1.99 each.
Tostitos or Ruffles chips (7.5-13 oz.): $1.99 after Buy 5 promo.
Kraft shredded or block cheese (5-8 oz.): $1.99 after Buy 5 promo. Not that great of a deal. You can frequently find shredded cheeses for $1 to $1.50 on sale.
Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh or Carving Board lunch meats (7-9 oz.): $2.49 after Buy 5 promo.
Cascade Action Pacs (14-20 count): $2.99 after Buy 5 promo
.50/1 6/1 P&G
No coupons required:
Sweet corn: 33 cents per ear. A decent price, though I’m hoping to see 25 cents per year soon.
Cucumbers: 50 cents each.
Green onions: 50 cents per bunch.
Avocados: 99 cents each.
Fresh Selections coleslaw: 99 cents per pound.
Red or Yukon gold potatoes: 99 cents per pound.
White or Vidalia onions: 99 cents per pound.
Organic Vidalia onions: $1.29 per pound.
Cantaloupe: $1.99 each.
Organic slicer tomatoes: $1.99 per pound.
Strawberries: $2 for 1-lb. package.
Organic blueberries or raspberries (6 oz.): $2.50.
Chicken drumsticks or thighs: 99 cents per pound. A decent price.
Gwaltney bologna (12 oz.): $1.
Boneless pork loin: $1.99 per pound.
Kroger yogurt cups: 40 cents each.
Kroger cottage cheese, sour cream or dip (16 oz.): $1.50. Nice price, especially on the cottage cheese and sour cream.
Kroger seasoning mix: 50 cents.
Kroger taco shells (12 count): $1.
Kroger canned beans (15 oz.): 60 cents. Good solid price.
Kroger 8-count hamburger or hotdog buns: $1.
Kroger peanut butter (28 oz.): $2.99. A good price on this larger size.
Coke or Pepsi brand 2 liter soda: $1 each wyb 6.
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