Post sponsored by Stayfree, Carefree and Playtex. All opinions remain my own.

There is no way that we are skipping these HOT DEALS on Stayfree, Carefree and Playtex with our Buy 5 or more, Save $1 each Kroger Mega Event.  Right now we have brand new Kroger Digital Coupons available that you'll want to get downloaded. After this you'll pay $0.49 each for Carefree and Stayfree and $0.99 for Playtex Sport Tampons.

BUT now we have an Ibotta Rebate* for the Carefree Breathe Liners and Pads so if you choose to pick these up, you'll get 2 for FREE!!

My bathroom cabinet was starting to get low (how does that happen so fast?) but I am happy I can add a few products to my shopping cart or pickup order to help stock back up on. Our Kroger Mega Event runs for 2 weeks (ending on September 21st) so make sure and download as well as print your coupons You'll be smiling all the way to checkout because your deal is gonna be GREAT on these awesome products.

I honestly do get excited when I get to share these deals because I know we all love to stock up when we can without paying full price.  Gosh, we are paying way less than full price here.  Grab those coupons and check out all the deal scenarios below because you won't want to miss out.

*Kroger Cash Back, Fetch Rewards and Ibotta Rebate offers, values and expiration dates vary by account.

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Tammie Tancraitor

September 18, 202106:09 pm

I bought 5 items from the mega sale and the five dollars did not come off my total. I bought 2 carefree, 2 Kraft dressing and 1 Honey Nut Cheerios. I had an ecoupon 3/2 on the carefree that came off. They are telling me that if you have a paper coupon or ecoupon, you don’t get the mega.

Mcfly

September 12, 202102:13 pm

Sadly the deal didn’t work for me. It only applied the mega event $1 off to one set of liners and the second got the $3 off. This left me with paying $1 for each basically, and I don’t have the Ibotta rebate either.

Jan

September 13, 202102:40 pm

Thanks so much for sharing this experience! I've been watching this post because this exact scenario has happened to me in the past when a coupon is for two items, and it's for a higher dollar amount than one item. Rather than splitting the coupon value between the two items, the computer applies the entire amount to one of the items and then it's free so the mega discount doesn't come off that item. Kroger customer service wasn't helpful either.