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Kroger deals 4/9: Spiral sliced ham, whole turkey, lettuce, pears, All laundry, cream cheese & more!

Posted April 9, 2014

Kroger newspaper ad

 

Kroger has some good buys this week including spiral sliced ham, whole turkey, lettuce, pears, All laundry, cream cheese & more!

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 April 9 – April 15, 2014.


Earn 4X fuel points on spring cleaning essentials. See store for details. Offer valid March 19 – April 29.

 

Transfer a prescription and get $25 in free groceries. See pharmacy for details.

 

Friday Freebie: Download an e-coupon for a free Nestea, 12 pack, 16.9 oz bottles oz. on Friday, April 11! Redeem by 4/26/14.


Produce

Head, romaine, red or green lettuce, .99 each – 20% SavingStar.com cash back offer

Anjou Pears, .99/lb

Sweet corn, 5 for $2

Russet potatoes, 5 lb bag, $2

Strawberries, 16 oz, $2.50

Organic pears, $1.99/lb

Organic grape tomatoes, 10 oz, $2.99

 

Meat

Turkey, whole frozen, .79/lb – good price for this time of year

Turkey breast, bone in, $1.49/lb

Gwaltney spiral sliced ham, half ham, $1.59/lb, limit 2

Cumberland Gap semi boneless ham, whole, $1.99/lb

Perdue boneless chicken breasts, $2.49/lb

Kroger ground turkey, 85% lean, 16 oz package, $2.49

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

Kroger ground chuck, 3 lb roll, $3.29/lb

Boneless beef shoulder roast, $3.49/lb

Gwaltney Great Dogs, 16 oz or bologna 12 oz, $1.00

Kroger breakfast sausage, select, 8 – 16 oz, $2.50

Kroger deli style lunch meat, select, 16 oz, $2.50


Dairy & Frozen

Kroger cream cheese, 8 oz bar, $1.00 – good price

Kroger cottage cheese or sour cream, 24 oz, $1.99

Kroger cheese, 6 – 8 oz, $2.00 (my buy price is $1.50 or less for 8 oz cheese)

Eggs, 18 count, $2.50 (same as $1.66 per dozen – not a great deal)

Land O Lakes butter, 15 – 16 oz, $2.50

Green Giant veggies, boxed, $1.00

Cool Whip, 8 oz, $1.00

Kroger deluxe ice cream, or sherbet, 48 oz, $2.50


Misc. Grocery

Kroger vegetables, canned, various, .60 each

Vitaminwater, Smart water Sportcap, .69 each when you buy 6 items at the same time

Coke, 2 ltr and Betty Crocker Hamburger Helpers, .79 each when you buy 2 of each in same transaction
Coupon: .75/3 coupon for Hamburger Helpers from 3/2 SS

Campbell’s soups, select 10.50 – 11.5 oz, $1.00 - $1/5 printable coupon from their website

Dole pineapple, 20 oz., $1.00 - .50/2 from 4/6 SS

Chicken of the Sea chunk light tuna, .79 each

Kroger canned fruit, $1.00

Kroger chocolate covered pretzels, 5 oz, $1.00

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish, 6.6 – 8 oz, $1.25

Kroger pasta sauce, $1.25

Bush’s Grillin Beans, 21 – 22 oz, $1.79 - .40/1 Kroger digital coupon = $1.39

Heinz Ketchup 38 oz or Ken’s salad dressing 16 oz, $1.99 - .50/1 Kroger digital coupon = $1.49

Ball Park hot dog buns, $1.99 - .50 digital coupon = $1.49

Starburst or Lifesavers jelly beans, $2 - $1/2 coupon from 3/23 RP

Psst granulated sugar, 4 lb, $1.88

Thomas’ English Muffins, BOGO

Gold Medal flour, 5 lb, $2.00

Pepsi 6 pack bottles, 2 for $6 - $2/2 digital coupon from Kroger.com = 2 for $4


Non-Food


Easter eggs and grass, various, .99

All laundry detergent, 32 – 50 oz, $2.99 - $2/2 coupn from 4/6 or 3/2 RP = $1.99

 

 

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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Apr 9, 2014

    jdouglas - Aldi has butter quarters 16 oz. for $2.19 this week, which is a good price considering the increases of everything else. I sure hope $2.50 is not the new best price for butter. Guess we will see..... :-(

  • jdouglas13 Apr 9, 2014

    With the prices of everything going up, I have a feeling that $2.50/lb may be the new 'good' price for butter. As you noted, Faye, Krogers has LOL for $2.50 this week. Time to restock the freezer.