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Kroger deals 7/7: Produce, Pepsi, ice cream, salmon & more!

Posted July 6, 2013


Kroger has some very good deals this week on lots of produce for .99/lb, Pepsi, ice cream, salmon, school supplies & more! There is also a new General Mills promotion and another month of 2X fuel rewards.

Please share any other good deals you find! 

Kroger Coupon Policy Basics

Kroger policy change effective May 12: Kroger stopped doubling coupons as of May 12th. They are instead moving to a new lower price strategy for products across the board, according to their press release.

Senior Citizen Discount on Tuesday’s: Age 55 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.

Double the fuel points on weekends in July: From July 1 - July 31, you can download the new fuel savings digital coupon to your reward card and receive 2x fuel points every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  Visit their website for more information.

Friday freebie: Be sure to check the Kroger.com digital coupons on Friday, July 12 for another freebie to download to your Kroger card.

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

General Mills promotion: Buy 4 and Save $4 instantly at checkout.
Participating products include General Mills cereals, Chex Mix, Green Giant Steamers, Betty Crocker Fruit snacks, Yoplait GoGurt
Coupons: Various cereal, Chex Mix and fruit snacks coupons on Pillsbury.com, .75/2 Go-gurt coupon from 6/23 SS, .50/2 Fruit Snacks from 6/23 SS


Sweet corn, 6 for $2

Virginia peaches, .99/lb

Green beans, .99/lb

Eggplant, .99/lb

Virginia zucchini or yellow squash, .99/lb

Lettuce, romaine, red or green, .99 each

California nectarines, .99/lb

Roma tomatoes, .99/lb

Vidalia onions, .99/lb

Grape tomatoes, 10 oz, $1.50

Blueberries, 12 oz, $1.77

Cantaloupe, $1.88 each

Washington State red cherries, $2.99/lb


Tyson split chicken breasts, $1.19/lb (a good buy price is $1.00/lb for split chicken breast)

Boneless pork chops, value pack, $2.99/lb

Boneless chuck roast, $3.49/lb

Whole pork tenderloin, $3.49/lb

Alaskan silverbrite salmon fillets, wild caught, $3.99/lb

Kroger ground round or sirloin, 16 oz roll, 3 for $10

Dairy and Frozen

Kroger yogurt, 3 for $1.00

Muller or Liberte yogurt, $1 - $1/3 Muller coupon from 6/30 RP, .55/1 Kroger e-coupon

Kroger orange juice, ½ gallon, $1.50

Kroger cheese singles, 16 count, $1.79

Kroger eggs, 18 count, $1.99

Turkey Hill ice cream, 48 oz, $1.99 - $1 coupon from 4/7 or 5/12 RP = .99 – very good deal!

Kroger frozen potatoes, 20 – 32 oz, $1.99


Various energy and water drinks including Smartwater, Powerade, Fuze and many more
Sale: Buy 6 and get 3 more free
Total when you buy 9 at the same time = .67 each

Big K soft drinks, 2 ltr, .79

Kellogg’s cereal, various, $1.99 – various .70/1, .50/1, $1/2 and $1/3 printable coupons on Kellogg’s website

Hellman’s mayo, 30 oz, $2.99 - $1 coupon from 6/23 RP = $1.99

Pepsi or 7UP, 6 pack bottles, 4 for $10

Green Mountain or Donut House K-Cups, 12 count, $3.99 - $1 coupon on Smart Shopper coupons link recently = $2.99


Kroger bath tissue 12 rolls or paper towels 8 rolls, $4.99

School Supplies

Top Flight spiral notebooks, .19, limit 10

Oxford index cards, 100 count, .45

Office Works pink eraser, 1 count, .50

Kid scissors, .99

Crayola Classic markers, 10 count, $1.50

Crayola colored pencils, 12 count, $1.50

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  • ashchrismel Jul 7, 2013

    Good to see the deal on K-cups. They can be expensive. Time to stock up. My husband said we will have more K cups than laundry detergent. I don't think that is possible.