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Kroger deals 7/28: New "What a Deal" promo, produce, chicken & more!

Posted July 28, 2013

Kroger has a new What a Deal promotion this week including good buys on ice cream, chips, orange juice, soda, peanut butter and more. There are also additional deals on peaches, tomatoes, sprite melons, green beans, cherries, chicken breast, sour cream, soda and more!

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.

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, August 2 for a free General Mills Ultimate Helpers (version of Hamburger Helper) to download to your Kroger card. You must redeem the coupon by 8/17.

4X Fuel Points on clothing gift cards: Get 4X the fuel points when you buy any clothing gift cards.

New What a Deal Promotion: Buy 5 and Get $5 off instantly at checkout. It’s like getting $1 off per item. Here are some of the better deals from the ad. There will be other unadvertised deals in the store as well:

Boulder Canyon potato chips, 6.5 oz, select, $2.49 - $1 promo discount AND $1 coupon from commonkindness.com recently = .49

Turkey Hill Ice Cream, $2.99 - $1 promo discount AND $1 coupon from 7/14 and 5/12 RP = .99 – good price!

Betty Crocker fruit snacks, $2.49 - $1 promo discount AND .50/2 coupon from 6/23 SS, Kroger digital e-coupon, or .60/2 from Pillsbury.com coupons

Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, 16 oz., $2.99 - $1 promo discount AND $1/2 coupon from 6/30 RP

Oscar Mayer wieners, $2.48 - $1 promo discount = $1.48

Kraft salad dressing, $2.49 - $1 promo discount = $1.49

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

Ocean Spray cocktail juice, 64 oz, $2.69 - $1 promo discount = $1.69

Florida’s Natural orange juice, 59 oz, $2.99 - $1 promo discount = $1.99 (good price for oj)

Pepsi or 7UP, 6 pack bottles, $2.99 - $1 promo discount  AND $1.00 coupon from 7/28 SS = .99 (very good price for this size)

Jif peanut butter, 16 oz, $2.99 - $1 promo discount = $1.99 (good price for Jif)

Kellogg’s Pop Tarts, 12 count (larger box), $2.99 - $1 promo discount AND $1/3 coupon from 6/23 RP or Kelloggs website = $1.66 each

Pantene shampoo or conditioner, select, $3.59 - $1 promo discount AND possible BOGO from 7/28 PG insert

 

Produce

Olathe sweet corn, 4 for $1

Sprite melons, .99

Roma tomatoes, .99/lb

Yellow peaches, .99/lb

Head lettuce, .99 each

Eggplant, .99/lb

Green beans, .99/lb

Kroger grape tomatoes, locally grown, 10 oz, $1.50

Athena cantaloupe, locally grown, $1.99 each

Red Cherries, $1.99/lb – good price for cherries!

Meat

Kroger value chicken breasts, boneless, $1.99/lb

Boneless pork chops, value pack, $2.99/lb

Gwaltney Great bologna, 12 oz, $1.00

Beef London broil, $3.49/lb

Snow crab clusters, $5.99/lb

Dairy and Frozen

Kroger sour cream, 16 oz, $1.00 – good price

Grocery

Barilla pasta, select varieties, $1.00 - .75/2 Barilla Plus coupon from 7/28 SS (if this variety is included)

Kroger bread and buns, $1.00

7UP, 2 ltr, $1.00

School Supplies

Paper Mate Write Bros. Pens, 10 count, 3 for $1.00

Top Flight filler paper, 150 count, .75

Dixon #2 pencils, .79

Office works pencil pouch, $1.49

Samsill 1 inch binders, $1.99
 

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