Kroger this week (8/6-8/12)

In our area (which is considered the “Texas/Louisiana” region), the Kroger ad runs from 8/6-8/12. If you are in another area, there are probably some similarities, but things may not match up 100%. When in doubt, you can check the forum for your area on
It also includes Kroger “chain” stores such as Frys, King Soopers, and Dillons, and Smiths. If you don’t have a Kroger chain store in your area, you can find the grocery stores in your area here:

These are just some of the deals I saw. This is not the entire ad. You can view the ad online. By the end of the day, there will probably be coupon match ups with more specific information up on, too!

*Tyson or Pilgrims Pride boneless chicken breast or chicken breast tenders – BOGO freethey run this sale about once a month, and I like to stock up when they do because I usually have coupons to go with it – there were Tyson coupons in the paper a few weeks ago and there have also been “tear pads” in stores. There were Pilgrims Pride coupons in the paper awhile back also. Remember that you can use TWO coupons on BOGO free items. I usually get two packages of chicken breasts for about $3.99 using the coupons. If you don’t have the coupons this time around, it may not be the best time to stock up….just start keeping an eye out for them for next time! Remember if you are doing a BOGO to pick two packages of chicken that are almost the same price so you get the most for your money. The cheaper package always comes off as the “free” one.

*Blue Bell ice cream – $3.99 – print your $1/1 coupons on You just have to sign up on their site, and once you log in, you will see a link that says “Special Offers” or “coupons” or something to that effect. They have new coupons every month.

*Crest toothpaste – 10/$10there were coupons in this week’s inserts for .75/1 and $1/2, which makes cheap toothpaste

*Pillsbury Crescent rolls or cinnamon rolls – 10/$10 – There were coupons for the crescent rolls in the 7/13 inserts and there are also printable coupons online for both types at (check, too, because a lot of times they have coupons, as well)

*Pringles – 10/$10 – You can load a .50/1 coupon onto your shopper card at:

*Angel Soft bath tissue – $5.99 – there are .50/1 coupons for this which will double making it $4.99

*General Mills Cheerios – $2.69 – There are printable coupons on and and here:
(There will be MUCH better deals on cereal, especially with school starting, but if you need cereal, it’s not a bad deal)

*Pop Tarts/Fruit Snacks – $1.80 There were $1/2 coupons in this week’s inserts and there were also fruit snacks coupons. The Pop Tarts are actually cheaper at CVS ($1.79/each) and you can use the $2/10 to make them even cheaper. There was a mail in rebate in Sunday’s paper for $10 when you buy 10 Kellogg’s products in one transaction

*Weight Watchers Smart ones – 6/$10 and 5/$10 – If you are a member of WW, you probably have tons of these. If not, here are some links to print coupons:
(When you print “Bricks” coupons, you should be able to print 2 – just press the back button on your browser until it starts printing again)

*Pantene shampoo/conditioner – 2/$11 there were coupons for $1/2 in this week’s inserts (not the best deal, but again…if you need shampoo)

Colgate toothpaste – 2/$4 there were coupons in the paper two weeks ago and you can also print the coupons here:

*Nature Made vitamins – BOGO free – you can print coupons here: (remember to use 2!)

*Electrasol dish detergent – $2.89 – there were coupons for $2.25/1 in the paper a few weeks back (these are actually cheaper at Target – $2.69)

No coupons, but still decent deals:

Kroger hot dog/hamburger buns – 10/$10
*Kroger shredded cheese – 3/$5
*Barilla pasta – 4/$5 (their no-cook lasagne noodles are AWESOME!)
*White seedless grapes – 97 cents/pound
*Yellow squash or zucchini – 4 pounds for $5
*Bartlett pears – 4/$5