We have a lower price today for these Hillshire Farm Lit'l Smokies.  These are in fact part of the Kroger Mega Sale so you will be getting $1.00 off each package before coupon (wyb 5 participating items mix & match).  That means you will be paying ONLY $0.44 for a package now.  I know the mega sale tag is not on the item but I scanned the item to make sure they are still included so you too know you'll be paying $0.99 before coupons.


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March 15, 201603:17 pm

I didn't know where to post this, but hope the word gets out. On coupons.com under zip 68130 there is a q for $1.50/1 cooked perfect meatball & $1/1 under zip 43081. The small bags are part of the mega sale for $1.99. So $.49 each w/ $1.50/1 q and 5 participating items.

April K

March 15, 201605:06 pm

Im in Saint Albans, WV. Our cooked perfect 14 ct meatballs are on mega sale for $1.49. The $1.50 Q makes them free!


March 15, 201602:17 pm

Louisville Area stores have them 2.99 before mega items then 1.99; we do not get them for .44 cents, bummer


March 15, 201601:40 pm

$1.99 in utah :)


March 15, 201611:08 am

Are the smoked sausages included, as well?


March 15, 201611:07 am

I noticed the same thing last night. The Kelloggs and post cereals are the same way. They had to adjust the price when I got up there.

Robin battle

March 15, 201610:42 am

Great savings


March 15, 201610:26 am

I asked customer service at my Kroger about some of the tags changing (not really "mega sale" but items that were on sale) before the sale cycle ends. The lady told me that they can't change out all the tags in one night, so they phase them. Some things change on Monday, some on Tuesday, and then most on Wednesday. That's just what my kroger said.


March 15, 201611:52 pm

very annoying! makes shopping a mega sale harder. cooked perfect meatballs 14 oz had no sale tag indicating part of mega so I had to scan it at checkout to see.

Andrew F.

March 15, 201609:44 am

Katie, Curious if you have insight into what seems to be widespread changing out of Mega tags to normal Sale tags, even though the item is still a participating Mega Event item. I've seen in on the Nabisco Snak Paks, most, but not all of the Colgate products, the Gerber Cereal, and now the Smokies; I'm sure there are many more.