kroger must do deals

week of 12/30/13

Here are this week’s MUST-DO Kroger deals – Advertised and UNadvertised! This list is updated every Wednesday, so come back later if you’re viewing this AFTER your sale is over.

  • Sale dates are based on a Sun-Sat sale cycle, so if yours runs differently then you’ll want to add in those extras days. For example, if your ad cycle runs Wednesday-Tuesday, you’ll want to keep in mind that you have a couple more days to take advantage of the deals I have listed as ending on Saturday. UPDATE: My store has been using a Wed-Tues sale cycle on SOME of the unadvertised deals.

Buy 5, Save $5 Mega Event (price reflects $1 per item savings) (2 week sale, runs with your sale cycle)

**I don’t include meat and local produce deals in this list because they vary so much by region. Be sure to check your local ad for those must-do deals!

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Karissa

January 2, 2014

At my store they work perfectly like that if the original price is equal to or more. the coupon comes off in relation to the original not the sale price. So in this case the scope came off with no issues. That's why a 'buy one get one' takes off the pre-sale value :) hope that helps!

Couponer

January 2, 2014

Do Kroger Digital Coupons work if the cost of the product is less than the coupon? Curious about the digital for Scope Mouthwash.... $4.50/2 when 2=$3.98.

Elizabeth

January 2, 2014

The Progresso Soup at Smiths (MT) is $1 per can, all varieties! Thanks to you, I printed all the coupons ahead of time, our sale started on Wed. 1/1, and I have the Savingstar buy 8 get $2 loaded to my card, hopefully they still have some in stock! Free and MM if they let me use 8 coupons, or $1 for 8 cans and saving star deposit, with 4 $1/1 MQ and 2 .50/2 MQ and $2 saving star on 8.

Katie

January 2, 2014

LOL Korey...ok, I will keep being bossy. :)

Korey Robison

January 2, 2014

Part of me loves "must do deals," but another part of me hates them because I don't like being told what to do. The saver in me says, "buy them," while the rebel says, "you buy what you want, bro." In the end, the saver has leftover money, while the rebel is broke and sleeping in an in-laws basement. I guess I do love "must do deals." Keep telling me what to do, Miss. Katie.