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WRAL SmartShopper

Kroger deals 5/27 - 6/2

Posted May 27, 2012

Kroger has some good buys this week on tomatoes, chicken breast, tilapia, Turkey Hill ice cream, Kroger bread, All detergent and more! These deals are valid 5/27 - 6/2. Please post any other deals you find!

Kroger Coupon Policy Basics

Doubles coupons up to .50 at Kroger stores in the Raleigh, NC area

Many Kroger stores in the area now allow 5 identical coupons per day (check with your store about their limits)

No total limits of coupons doubled per day

Senior Citizen Discount on Tuesday’s: If you are born on or before 1954, receive a 5% discount on total grocery bill (excludes alcohol, tobacco and prescriptions)

Kroger digital e-coupons can be found at the link in the box above. You cannot couple a digital coupon with a paper coupon at Kroger. If you have a digital coupon loaded to your card, the register will automatically deduct it and will not allow you to use the paper coupon. Digital coupons do not double. Click HERE for the digital coupons.

Fuel Rewards with additional summer savings: Save up to $2 per gallon at Kroger gas stations when you redeem up to 2000 fuel points. Save 10 cents per gallon at participating Shell when you redeem 100 fuel points. For more information on the fuel rewards, Click HERE.


Sweet corn, .39 each (.25 each at Aldi through 5/29)

Texas sweet onions, .59/lb

Red slicer tomatoes, .99/lb

Yellow peaches, $1.49/lb ($1.27/lb at Lowes Foods through 5/29)

Raspberries or blackberries, 6 oz., 2 for $5

Cherries, $3.99/lb


Kroger value boneless chicken breasts, value pack, $1.79/lb

Boneless pork loin, $1.99/lb

Kroger tilapia or cod, frozen, 2.5 lb bag, $9.99 ($3.99/lb)

Bar-S franks, 16 oz., $1.00

Dairy & Frozen

Kroger Greek yogurt, 6 oz., .80 each

Sargento sliced cheese, $2.39 - .50 coupon from 4/15 SS = $1.39 if coupon doubles (indicates DND)

Kroger 1% or skim milk, ½ gallon, $1.49 (other milk $1.59/half gallon)

Kroger vegetables, 10 – 12 oz., $1.00

Turkey Hill ice cream - $1 coupon from 4/15 RP = $1.99

Tombstone pizza, 4 for $10 ($2.50 each)


Barilla pasta, $1 - $1 printable that was available last week (no longer available) = FREE

Kroger bread and buns, $1.00

Nature’s Own Honey Wheat bread, 20 oz., BOGO for $1.60

Coca-cola soft drinks, various 6 pack bottles, 5 for $10

Big K soft drinks, 12 pack, $2.50

Pepsi soft drinks, 24 pack or 12 oz cans, Buy 2 Save $2 = $4.99 each after discount


Beggin’ Strips, 6 oz., 50% off
Coupons: coupon for Buy 2 get 1 free from 5/13 SS, $1/2 coupon from 3/25 RP

All Detergent, 28 – 40 loads, $2.99 - $1 coupon from 4/1 RP = $1.99 (my buy price is $2 or less so this is a good deal)


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper May 29, 2012

    Nice price-matching prowess, Kathy!

  • Kathy S. May 28, 2012

    Kroger has the Barilla pasta on sale 10/$10 or $1 a box. I price matched tonight at Walmart and used the $1 coupon from the other day on their website. Got 2 boxes of pasta free. Gotta love free.


  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper May 28, 2012

    But with that said (in my comment below), itsmyownopinion, using the digital coupons that require no cutting and filing is still much better than not using any at all! :-)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper May 27, 2012

    Although I agree partly, none of the digital coupons will double and many of my very best deals come from doubled coupons that I have clipped. I do most of my clipping during the 2 shows I watch per week so it's not like I am spending 40 hours a week clipping coupons. At Kroger, you cannot couple an insert coupon with a digital coupon and the digital coupons won't double so hard copy coupons are worth twice as much. If bottom line is the key, it's worth the extra time to clip and then use digital coupons for those items where there is no hard copy coupon that doubles. Enjoy your savings, itsmyopinion and thanks for posting!

  • itsmyownopinion May 27, 2012

    It's relatively new to me, but I really like coupons loaded to my Kroger card, and using them has saved me $47 so far. As much as I like saving money, I find clipping, sorting, filing/storing coupons to be the most frustrating thing about shopping, although I've done it for a long time. No doubt I've saved money, but I've taken years off my life doing it. I envy those of you who seem to really enjoy it, and hats off to you. :) My happiest day will come when/if all grocery coupons are loaded to grocery cards.