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Kroger deals 8/25: Produce, chicken thighs, Pepsi, Coke & more!

Posted August 25, 2013


Kroger has some good deals this week on produce, chicken thighs, Pepsi, Coke & more! They are also offering 4X fuel points on participating gift cards and a new freebie for this Friday!

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.

4X Fuel Points when you buy gift cards:  Valid on hundreds of gift cards from August 18 - September 14.

Friday free download: Get a free Gatorade Recover Protein Shake when you download the digital coupon on Friday, August 30. Free coupon will be valid from August 30 – 9/14/13.

2X Fuel Points on weekends: Download a digital coupon once a use every Friday – Sunday through Sept. 1, 2013 to get 2X fuel points.


Sweet corn, 6 for $2

Peaches, nectarines or black plums, .99/lb – good price

Avocados or Mangoes, .99 each

Bartlett pears, .99/lb – good price

Asian pears, .99/lb – good price

Mini peeled carrots, 16 oz, .99 (Aldi has them for .59 through 8/27)

Romaine, red or green head of lettuce, .99 each

Broccoli bunch, $1.50

Blueberries 12 oz, $2.50

Raspberries, 6 oz, $2.50

Seedless watermelon, whole, $3.99 – good price


Kroger value chicken thighs or drumsticks, .99/lb – good price

Tyson split chicken breasts, $1.29/lb (my buy price is $1.00/lb)

Pork Spareribs, $1.99/lb

Kroger ground chuck, 3 lb roll, $2.49/lb

Boneless pork chops, $2.99/lb

Pork back ribs, $2.99/lb

Tilapia fillets, $3.99/lb

Snow Crab clusters, $5.99/lb

Ball Park meat franks, $1.50 - .75/2 coupon from 8/4 RP = $1.12 each

Dairy and Frozen

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

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

Kroger cheese, select including shredded and brick, 6 – 8 oz, $1.79 (Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods have much better deals through 8/27)

Kroger butter, 16 oz., $1.99

Green Giant boxed veggies, Birds Eye select 10 to 16 oz, Kroger veggies 10 – 12 oz, $1.00 - .60/3 Green Giant coupon from 8/25 SS (these will probably go on sale at HT or LF very soon for $1 soon so I am holding on to my .60/3 coupon to use at one of those stores since they will double it)

Cool Whip, $1.00

Turkey Hill ice cream or Froger Deluxe ice cream, 49 oz, $2.50 - $1 coupon from 7/14 RP = $1.50 (better deal at Lowes Foods – only .50 each with doubled coupon)

Tombstone pizza, 3 for $10

Miscellaneous Grocery

Kroger bread or buns, .88

Kroger pasta, 16 oz., .99

Kroger tortilla chips, 10 oz, $1.00

Pepsi or &UP 2 ltrs, $1.00

Ragu pasta sauce, 16 – 24 oz., $1.66 - .60/2 coupon from 7/28 RP = $1.36 (my buy price is $1 or less)

General Mills cereals, select
Sale: $1.99
Coupons: .50/1 Chex cereal coupon from 7/28 SS, .75/1 Fiber One cereal coupon from 7/28 SS, various cereal coupons on, $1/3 General Mills cereal coupon from 8/4 SS

Kroger peanut butter, 16 – 18 oz, $2.00

Coke, 6-pack bottles, 4 for $9 ($2.25 each)

Big K soft drinks, 12 pack cans, 4 for $9 (when you buy 4 in same transaction)


Hefty slider storage or freezer bags, 2 for $3 - $1/2 coupon from 7/28 and 5/5 RP = $1 each

Purex laundry detergent, 72 – 75 oz, $2.99 - $1/2 coupon from 8/4 RP = $2.49

Home Sense paper towels, 6 – 8 rolls, $4.99

Summertime clearance: select summer items 50% off including pools, furniture, coolers, lights and more

School Supplies

Oxford twin pocket portfolios, .15 each

Top Flight filler paper, .75

Bic mechanical pencils, 10 count, $1.99 - $1 coupon from 8/4 SS = .99



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