Mueller's Pot-Sized Pasta kroger

Mueller's Pot Sized Pasta is on sale for just $1.00 right now at Kroger, plus we have a few great Mueller's coupons that will make them as low as $0.24 – FREE for high doublers!!

So a couple things about this. First of all, I did NOT notice this price when I was there the other day AND the end date is a Sunday, which makes me think they may have just put it on sale today. I'm wondering if they are still working through glitches with the new sale cycle, because everything should go on sale on Wednesday and end on a Tuesday now. HENNNY-wase, if you don't find this price today…look again on Wednesday or Thursday.

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alexis

April 15, 201409:22 pm

Michigan...mine are 4/$5...

Kathryn K

April 12, 201412:35 pm

search to see if product sold in your area: http://www.muellerspasta.com/ took a little searching, but this is what i found: ConAgra owns American Italian Pasta Company, which owns several pasta brands: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Italian_Pasta_Company

Kathy

April 11, 201409:42 pm

Okay peeps! How do I get these coupons?

Tonya

April 11, 201408:44 pm

I went to two Krogers in the cincy area and neither of them carry this item :( And I also didn't find these coupons in my inserts. So probably regional.

Dee

April 9, 201403:33 pm

I printed off 14 of these (from work, multiple computers with printers) and I stopped every night after work. The Kroger in Reynoldburg, OH and Pataskala, OH both doubled my coupons to 75 cents. I did make money $1.50 on one trip and $3.50 on another so I used the hash brown coupon to make up the difference.

Jen

April 8, 201411:01 am

Hey, so I have a coupon for what looks like the EXACT same product, only the product name is Luxury, not Mueller...Weird, right? Did they change their brand name or something because otherwise the picture of the packaging is EXACTLY the same.

Dianna

April 7, 201410:58 pm

I do not have any of these coups in my inserts. :(

patricia

April 7, 201410:38 pm

printable one only yielded one print for me...

Lisa

April 7, 201409:42 pm

They are called pot size because they are half the length of a regular spaghetti noodle. Someone along the lines found that Americans were to lazy to break their noodles or Meuller decided that there are to many dumb people. Either way, clever way to market a "new" noodle ! lol!

J.

April 7, 201410:36 pm

My family likes them because the noodles are a bit chewier than usual pasta.

Abbi

April 7, 201408:22 pm

I'm not seeing this coupon in either of the SS inserts listed here :(

Carol

April 7, 201408:11 pm

Why do they call it pot sized pasta?

J.

April 7, 201409:34 pm

Because it fits in a smaller pot. :)

Megan

April 7, 201405:50 pm

The kroger in perrysburg has these for $1.69 i went yest. and got 10 i had .75/1 coupon that doubled to 1.50 making them .19 cents a piece i ordered 20 from coupon clippers they had over 700 and they got to my house in 4 days from florida to ohio

Wendy

April 7, 201405:04 pm

Kroger actually changes tags twice a week, once for ad change, once for "unadvertised" sales. This used to happen on Monday's and Wednesday's when the ad started on Monday. I am guessing they are just reversed now. Quick Fact: They actually hire dedicated tag hangers for those two days at the bigger stores.

Katie

April 7, 201410:12 pm

Thanks Wendy for that insider info. I was afraid that was going to continue. :(

Tanzania

April 7, 201404:53 pm

In my 4/6 SS I got Ronco instead. I live in Little Rock, AR.

marie

April 7, 201402:22 pm

These are marked 10/$10 at the Pataskala, Ohio Kroger today.

Happymama

April 7, 201412:43 pm

I never received any of these coupons on the newspaper. Maybe just regional?

Geralyn

April 7, 201411:52 am

My printer just failed and I can't get it to work. Is there any way this Meuller's coupon can be sent to my home address? Thank you.