Kroger has brought back the The Cart Buster Deal of the Day, where you’ll receive an eCoupon everyday through October 25th.

  • Just go here and choose your store
  • Click on “Deal of the Day”
  • Sign into your account
  • Your eCoupon will be revealed
  • Load today’s eCoupon to your card
  • Check back tomorrow for the next great coupon!

Today’s coupon is a HOT one, so don’t wait to load it – supplies are limited!!

Load: Free Pepsi or Mountain Dew Throwback (12 pk) wyb 5 Pepsi (2 liter) products wyb 5 Pepsi 2 liter products

One Deal Idea:

Buy (5) Pepsi Soft Drinks (2 liter) – 5/$5.55
And (1) Throwback Mountain Dew or Pepsi (12 pk) – max value allowed $4.99
Use (5) $0.55/1 Pepsi Max (2 liter) from Pepsi Moments
Plus use Free Pepsi or Mountain Dew Throwback (12 pk) wyb 5 Pepsi (2 liter) products wyb 5 Pepsi 2 liter products
Final cost is $2.80 for 5 (2 liter) Pepsi Max and a FREE (12 pk) Pepsi or Mountain Dew!


Limited quantity while supplies last. One offer per household per day. Limit one use per digital coupon per transaction. Digital offers cannot be combined with manufacturer paper coupons on the purchase of a single item and do not double. A limit of 150 coupons can be loaded per household at one time.

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October 13, 201103:08 pm

Heather, I would love to live somewhere they double coupons over 50 cents!! Mine only does 50 cent and under! ;-) That would be an awesome deal!


October 13, 201102:51 pm

If your kroger doubles up to 0.99 like mine. You can use five coupons and get the 2 liters for one penny each and still get the 12 pack. That makes 5 two liters and a 12 pack for 5 cents.


October 13, 201112:18 pm

The coupons are for two separate items...the $0.55/1 are for the 2 liters and the ecoupon is for the 12pk..they are not being stacked for the same item. Hope that helps explain...;)


October 13, 201112:09 pm

I thought you couldn't stack man coupons with e-coupons at Kroger? How is it allowed in this instance??