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Kroger deals 7/14: Produce, pork loin, cheese & more!

Posted July 14, 2013


Kroger has some super produce deals this week with lots of .99/lb prices! You'll also find good buys on pork loin, bacon, cream cheese, shredded cheese, tortillas chips, soda and school supplies! You really do need to check out all the produce deals this week!

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 19 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.


Sweet corn, 6 for $2

Nectarines or plums, .99/lb

White seedless grapes, .99/lb

Yellow peaches, .99/lb

Zucchini or yellow squash, Va grown, .99/lb

Green beans or eggplant, Va grown, .99/lb

Head lettuce, .99

NC grown Tasti-Lee tomatoes, $1.79/lb

NC grown cantaloupes, $1.88 each

Sweet red cherries, $2.99/lb


Boneless pork loin, half loin, $1.99/lb

Perdue boneless chicken breast, 50% off

Pork back ribs, $2.99/lb

Bar S hot dogs, $1

Aberdeen Farms bacon, 16 oz, $1.99 – good price for bacon

Dairy and Frozen

Yoplait yogurt singles, .50 each - .40/6 coupon from 7/14 SS, 6/23 SS, .50/8 coupon from 6/23 SS, AND .40/6 HT ZVR digital e-coupon

Kroger cream cheese, 8 oz brick, $1.00

Kroger cheese, 8 oz, shredded or brick, $1.50 – good price

Jeno’s pizza, 2 for $1

Kroger deluxe ice cream, $2.50


Kroger vegetables, canned, .59

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, .69

Hamburger Helper, $1.00 - .75/3 coupon from 6/30 and 6/2 SS

Hunt’s pasta sauce or Rotel, $1

Kroger tortilla chips, 10 oz, $1.00 – good price

Simple Truth organic beans, 15 oz., $1.00

Pepsi, Coke, 7UP 2 lrs, Buy 4 Get 2 Free = $1 each when you buy SIX in one transaction ($1 is a good deal but these sodas go on sale for $1 all the time at various stores without having to buy 6 at once. Coke 2 ltrs are on sale at CVS for .88 this week)

Kellogg’s cereals, select, $1.99
Coupons: Various $1/2, .50/1, $1/3 coupons from Kellogg’s website
Total after .50/1 coupon = $1.49

Food Should Taste Good chips, $2.50 - .75/1 Kroger e-coupon from Kroger.com

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

Coke, 6 pack bottles, 4 for $10

Green Mountain K-Cups, 12 count, $4.99 - $1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link recently



Kroger bandages, 10 – 60 count, $1.00

Cottonelle bath tissue, 12 double rolls, $5.99 - .50 coupon from 7/14 SS = $5.49

School Supplies

Oxford twin pocket portfolios, .15

Top Flight spiral notebooks, 70 sheets, .19 each, limit 10

Oxford index cards, 100 count, .45

Office Works, #2 pencils, 10 count, .50

OfficeWorks Kids scissors, 1 count, .69

Paper Mate pink pearl eraser, 1 count, .69

Top Flight filler paper, 150 count, .75

BIC crystal pens, 10 count, .89 - $1.50/2 HERE from their FB page = .28 for 2 packages

Top Flight boss notebook spiral, .99


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