Kroger deals for the week of 6/15

I’ve added a new feature!  If you see a ? next to the final price on an item, that means it’s a “stock up” price or rock bottom price in my opinion!  One of the most common things I hear from “new” couponers is that they don’t know what’s a good deal, so I hope this will help!

Just a reminder:  Kroger’s coupon policy changed on 4/13!  You can read the full updated coupon policy here (I recommend printing it to take with you!)  You can find more about changes to the Kroger double/triple coupon policy here.  The two biggest changes are that they will no longer allow you to “stack” paper manufacturer’s coupons with loadable coupons and they will no longer double/triple coupons.  From what I understand, the registers are now programmed to deduct your digital coupon first, when applicable. I have heard from multiple people that there are glitches with this new program and even when you are buying multiple items and should be able to use a digital and manufacturer’s coupon, the register will not allow it.  Kroger has made some changes to their fuel rewards program:  you can read more about that here.

Don’t forget to load your coupons to your Kroger card:
P&G Esaver

**For more information about loadable coupons and how they work check out this post!Digital (loadable) coupons do not double and are one time use.

If you need coupons to match up with these deals, don’t forget to check out My Coupon Hunter!

This ad is based on the Texas/Louisiana market.

**When you transfer a prescription, you’ll get a $25 grocery credit – talk to the pharmacy for details!

There is a Mix & Match juice sale this week:  Buy 10, get 5 more free (limit 3 rewards per transaction) – $.63/each with 5 free
Includes: Gatorade, G2, Propel, Sobe Lifewater, Sobe Juice, and Lipton Naturals

There is a Mega-Event this week:  Buy 5 participating items, get an instant $5 off! (original prices listed do not reflect the Mega Sale discount)

Cars 2 decorated cupcakes (6 ct) – $4.99
Final Price = $3.99 after promotional discount

Cheez-It crackers or Keebler Club crackers – $2.75
$.70/1 Sunshine Cheez-It Colby crackers printable
$1/2 Keebler Club crackers printable (must register)
?Final Price = $1.05 after coupons and promotional discount (when you buy Cheez-It Colby variety)

Cottonelle bathroom tissue (12 double rolls) – $6.49
$.50/1 Cottonelle printable
Final Price = $4.99 after coupon and promotional discount

Huggies baby wipes – $2.49
$.50/1 Huggies baby wipes – 6-12 SS
?Final Price = $.99 after coupon and promotional discount

Huggies diapers or Pull-Ups training pants – $8.99
$1.50/1 Huggies diapers – 6-12 SS
$1.50/1 Huggies diapers printable
$2/1 Huggies Little Snugglers/Little Movers – 6-12 SS
$2/1 Huggies Pull Ups printable
?Final Price = as low as $5.99 after coupon and promotional discount

Juicy Juice 100 juice (4-8 ct or 64 oz) – $2.99
$.55/1 Nestle Juicy Juice printable (must register)
$2/4 Nestle Juicy Juice printable (must register)
$1/2 Nestle Juicy Juice printable (must register)

?Final Price = as low as $1.45 after coupon and promotional discount

Kellogg’s cereals (select varieties) – $2.99
$1/1 Kellogg’s FiberPlus cereal printable
$1/1 Kellogg’s Smart Start cereal printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s Special K printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s corn flakes printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut cereal printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s FiberPlus cereal printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s FiberPlus printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes printable
$.70/1 Kellogg’s Raisin Bran printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s Rice Krispies printable
$1/1 Kellogg’s Smart Start printable
$.70/1 Kellogg’s Corn Pops printable
$1/2 Kellogg’s cereals – 6-5 RP
$1/2 Kellogg’s Raisin Bran or Crunch cereal – 6-12 RP
Final Price = $1.29 after coupon and promotional discount (for Raisin Bran)

Kellogg’s Eggo waffles – $3.99
Final Price = $2.99 after promotional discount

Kellogg’s Fiber Plus bars – $2.99
$1/2 Kellogg’s Fiber Plus bars printable (must register)
Final Price = $1.49 after coupon and promotional discount

Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain cereal bars – $2.99
Final Price = $1.99 after promotional discount

Kellogg’s Special K bars – $2.99
Final Price = $1.99 after promotional discount

Viva paper towels – $6.49
$1/1 Viva paper towels printable
Final Price = $4.49 after coupon and promotional discount


-Bar S meat franks – 10/$10

-Boulder Canyon potato chips – 3/$5
$1/1 Boulder Canyon potato chips printable (use zip code 94544 – thanks Here’s the Deal!)
Final Price = $.67 after coupon

-Coppertone sun care – $5.99
$1/1 Coppertone – 5-22 RP
Final Price = $4.99 after coupon

-Kroger water (24 pk, 16.9 oz bottles) – $2.99

-Kroger yogurt – $.38/each

-Oscar Mayer Lunchables – buy 3, get the 4th free: 4/$5

-Red, seedless grapes – 10 lbs/$10

-Texas jumbo cantaloupe – 2/$3

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  1. Kristin says:

    Does anyone know if this mega sale will last for 2 weeks?

  2. snazzysfa says:

    I’m new to this couponing thing, so I need some clarification. The buy 5/get $5 off promo, does that mean I can only get the $5 off per transaction, or do I get $5 off for every 5 participating items in the whole transaction? Also, the link to their coupon policy above isn’t working, and I couldn’t find it on their website so I’m a little fuzzy on what 5 participating items mean. Does that mean I have to purchase 5 of a single thing to get the deal, or can I mix and match with any of the items that are part of the promotion? Thanks for helping out a newbie! 🙂

    • Thanks for letting me know the link to the coupon policy wasn’t working. I just updated it. Usually if there is a limit on the number of promotions you can do in one transaction, it is 3, and it will usually say in the ad if there is a limit (unfortunately I don’t have an ad to look at right now). From my experience, especially if you are just starting out, you don’t want to try to do the promotion too many times in one transaction because the more items you are buying, the more likely it will be that you will forget an item or that you will buy something that’s not part of the promotion. You can mix and match 5 items as long as they are part of the promotion. Let me know how your trip works out!

      • snazzysfa says:

        I went tonight after the kiddoes were in bed. There was no limit on the number of times I could get the $5 off, but like you said I wanted to keep it simple so I only bought 10 participating items. 6 boxes of cereal, 2 boxes of crackers, diapers, and wipes. Coupons for all it. 🙂 I spent about $33 for the whole transaction, including tax, and had about a $23 savings – although, I did buy 3 things that I needed since I was there, so that accounted for about $10 of that. Altogether it was a 43% savings. I had hoped to do a little better, but considering this was really the first time I’ve done this conscientiously, I guess that’s not too shabby!

        • That’s not shabby at all, especially if you were buying things that you needed! I’m so glad your first trip went well!


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