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Just like you, we LOVE to save money at Kroger by using coupons.  You'll be seeing posts like this weekly when the team takes a trip to Kroger to use the coupons we share with you!  BUT, we'd love to see your hauls too (and share on Reader Deals) so make sure to send these our way!  Below you'll find a breakdown of the picture shown above!

If you would like to duplicate this scenario in any way, simply click on the boxes you'd like to grab and print off the list (and coupons) and head to Kroger!  The coupons I used for my shopping trip are highlighted in orange.

I also used a $0.50/1 coupon for Coca-Cola that I had told you about a couple of weeks ago and had in ad matchup.  This coupon is no longer available.

Items purchased with Kroger Friday Downloads: Annie's Mac & Cheese, Butterfinger Cups, Liberte Yogurt (these coupons are no longer available)

My total for these 25 items was $20.51 and then when I submitted my receipt to Ibotta, my total came down to $19.51!!  If I were to pay for these items full price (without my Kroger Plus Card) and NO coupons my total would have been $86.50. I saved 77% of my total bill and I'm completely cool with that!

 

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Cathleen

January 17, 201604:04 am

Hi Katie! For anyone who has several devices to print from coupons.com available: if you get to print 5 of the Oikos Crunch coupons, you can combine them with the current digital coupon when you buy 10: 10 for $10, minus $2 digital coupon, minus 5x $1 off 2 -> $3 for 10 yogurt cups! That’s what I did today and I paid the remaining $3 with the catalina of the Viva paper towels promotion. :) Greetings, Cathleen

Gail

January 18, 201612:09 pm

Hello Cathleen, can you use the digital coupons with manufacture coupons at Kroger in the same transaction?

Cathleen

January 19, 201602:53 am

Hey Gail! Well, legally no but our Kroger in Georgia does it most of the time. I’m expecting that one day they’ll disable my account. ;)