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Kroger deals 3/26: Turkey, tomatoes, apples, chicken, milk, Purex & more!

Posted March 26, 2014

Kroger newspaper ad

Kroger has some good buys this week including turkey, tomatoes, apples, chicken drumsticks or thighs, milk, Big K sodas, cream cheese, Purex & more! The March to Savings Promotion is also continuing and there are multiple ways to earn 4X fuel points this week!

Please share any other good deals you find! 

Kroger Coupon Policy Basics

Kroger policy change effective May 12, 2013: Kroger no longer doubles coupons in NC.

Senior Citizen Discount on Tuesday’s: Age 60 and up 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.

NEW AD DAY: As of March 5, the Kroger weekly sales start on Wednesday and last through the next Tuesday.  They no longer begin on Sundays.

 

These deals are valid March 26 – April 1, 2014.


Friday Freebie: Download an e-coupon for a free 2 ltr of Dr Pepper Ten, 7UP Ten, A&W Ten, Sunkist Ten or Canada Dry Ten on Friday March 21. Redeem by 4/5/14.


March to Savings Promotion: Buy 5 participating items and get $5 off at the register instantly. You are basically getting $1 off per item when you buy 5 at a time. Mix and Match. Here are some of the better deals from the ad:

Old El Paso dinner kit or Herdez salsa, $2.49 - $1 discount AND $1 Old El Paso Ibotta e-offer (expires 3/23) = .49

Nabisco crackers, Chips Ahoy cookies, select, $2.77 - $1 discount
Coupon: $1 Triscuits printable coupon, .50/1 coupon for crackers from Smart Shopper coupons link above recently
Total after $1 coupon and promo discount = .77

Post Cereals, select, $1.88 - $1 coupon for Alpha Bits from the Smart Shopper coupons link above recently = .88

Kraft salad dressing, 16 oz., $1.99 - $1 discount = .99

Classico pasta sauce, 8.1 – 24 oz, $2.49 - $1 discount AND $1.50/4 printable coupon from their website = $1.11 each

Cascadian Farm organic cereal, $2.99 - $1 discount
Coupons: .75/1 coupons from 1/5 SS or Smart Shopper coupons link above, .85/1 coupon from Pillsbury.com
Total after .85/1 coupon and $1 discount = $1.14

Kraft cheese 5 – 8 oz including bricks and shredded, $2.99 - $1 discount AND $1/2 coupon from 3/9 SS = $1.49 each

Nutrigrain bars, $1.99 - $1 discount AND $1.2 coupon from 3/16 RP = $1.49

Cheetos or Fritos, $2.49 - $1 discount = $1.49

Minute Maid orange juice, 59 oz., $2.69 - $1 discount = $1.69

Arnold or Brownberry bread, select, $2.99 - $1 discount = $1.99

Coke products, select, 6 pack bottles or 8 pack cans, $2.99 - $1 discount = $1.99

Kraft mayo or Miracle Whip, select, 22 – 30 oz, $3.49 - $1 discount AND $1/2 coupon from 3/9 SS

Breyers ice cream, $3.49 - $1 discount = $2.49

Oscar Mayer beef franks, 16 oz, $3.99 - $1 discount
Coupons: $1/2 coupon from 3/9 SS, .50/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link recently

 

Earn 4X fuel points when you buy participating gift cards through April 22, 2014. If you have access to a Kroger gas station this is a good way to earn a gas discount by buying gift cards to places you shop at already (like Lowes home improvement and Bass Pro Shops).

 

Earn 4X fuel points on select cleaning products including Purex, Scott, Cottonelle, Clorox bleach, Pine Sol, Clorox wipes, Windex, Scrubbing Bubbles and Sparkle towels 2 pack. The Purex is a good deal – see details in the Non-Food section below.

 

Friday Freebie: Download an e-coupon for a free Bird’s Eye Ready Recipe frozen vegetables, 8 – 14 oz on Friday, March 28. Redeem by 4/12/14.


Produce

Red tomatoes on the vine, .99/lb – good price

Avocados, .99 each (.69 at Aldi this week)

Head romaine, red or green lettuce, .99 each

Apples, various, .99/lb – good price

Greens, various, .99/lb

Celery, .99 bunch – good price

Mangoes, .99 each

Seedless mandarins, 3 lb bag, $3.99

Organic celery, $1.49/bunch

Organic broccoli, $2.29/bunch


Meat

Turkey, whole, frozen, Grade A, .79/lb – good price (especially for this time of year)

Kroger value chicken drumsticks or thighs, .88/lb – good price

Tyson split chicken breasts, $1.49/lb

Kroger ground beef, 73% lean, 3 lb roll, $2.79

Pork back ribs, $2.99/lb

Center cut pork chops, value pack, $2.99/lb

Kroger deli style lunch meat, 16 oz., $3.50

Oscar Mayer bologna, 12 oz, $1.00


Dairy & Frozen

Milk, 1 gallon, $3.39 ($3.29/gallon at Walgreens this week)

Muller Corner Greek Yogurt, 5.3 oz, $1.00 - $1/2 coupon from 3/2 insert (it was on a separate ad in the paper, not in one of the coupon inserts), $2/5 coupon from 3/2 RP

Kroger cream cheese, 8 oz brick, $1.00

Kroger cottage cheese, 24 oz, $2.00

Kroger frozen vegetables, 10- 12 oz, $1.00

Pictsweet veggies, 6 – 10 oz, $1 - .50 coupon from 3/2 RP


Misc. Grocery

Horizon Classic Mac & Cheese box 6 oz, $1.00 - $1/3 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above

Kroger canned vegetables and beans, select, .69

Big K soft drinks, 2 ltr, 4 for $3 (when you buy 4 at the same time) = .75 each – good deal

Simple Truth organic beans, canned, various, $1.00

Kroger bread or buns, select, $1.00

Kroger canned fruit, select, $1.00


Non-Food

Angel Soft bath tissue, 4 pack, $1.00 - .45/1 coupon from 3/23 RP = .55

Purex laundry detergent, 75 oz, $2.99 - $1.50/1 coupon for the No Sort variety from 3/16 RP (if they have it) = $1.49 – good price

Old Yeller dog food, 44.1 lb bag, $17.99


 

 

 

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  • ThomasG Mar 26, 2014

    Limes have gone up from $14 a case to $100 due to crop damage & political flap in Mexico.

  • ThomasG Mar 26, 2014

    Does North Carolina still have rules in place to prevent extreme milk place to prevent extreme milk prices ( too high or too low - except for limited tme sales such as those at the grocery stores ) ??

  • privilegesrevoked Mar 26, 2014

    Maybe it's time to get used to 'making' milk from powder? I could certainly use it in baking at least............hhhmmm 'food' for thought.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Mar 26, 2014

    privilegesrevoked - So true. February had a 4% increase in beef prices - the most in the last 10 years. Not good at all for consumers. :-(

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Mar 26, 2014

    bgrmom - you are absolutely right about the rising milk prices. There is a big increase in milk prices expected - up to $1 more per gallon because of various factors like drought in CA and bad weather in the midwest. You can see more here:

    http://nypost.com/2014/03/17/milk-prices-could-rise-by-1-per-gallon-experts/

  • privilegesrevoked Mar 26, 2014

    BGRMOM - true indeed! And I just read an article about the cost of beef skyrocketing well ahead of normal seasonal highs - we're in for another round of price increases in beef now too. Restaurants will raise prices, grocery stores etc.

  • bgrmom Mar 26, 2014

    So I guess the days of $2.99 milk (or less) at Walgreens/Kroger are gone. I wonder what the next sale price will be at Harris Teeter. Looks like prices have gone up everywhere--again.