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The Proof- Kroger, Saved $52.80

krogerlogoI spent a little more than my target $75 this week but, I had a little extra from previous weeks and I stocked up on a lot of stuff.  Here are my best deals:

Yoplait Yo-Plus Yogurt- $2.49
-$1/1 here or $.50 from insert
-$1 Cellfire e coupon
Final cost-$.49

Keebler Pecan Sandies- $2.69, Buy 3 get $3 off
-3 $1/1 printables
-$3 for buying 3
Final cost- $.69 each

Private Selection Organic Soymilk- $2.29
-$.65/1 from Kroger home mailer (thanks, Honey)
Final cost- $1.64

Kellogg’s Apple Jacks- $2
-$1/1 from RP 6/7
Pop Tarts- $1.99
-$.55/1 RP 6/7
-$1/2 Bring Hope e coupon
Final cost- $.77 each

Yo-Baby Yogurt- $3.79
-Free coupon

Country Bob’s All Purpose Sauce- $3.09
Free coupon

2 Suave Deodorant-$1
-2 $.50/1 from RP 5/17
Final cost- Free

Bounty Paper Towels- $1
-$1 from P&GbrandSaver booklet
Final cost- Free ($.25/1 in 6/7 PG insert, would make it $.50)

6 Arm & Hammer Essentials Detergent- Closeout price $2.22 (regular Arm & Hammer is on sale for $2.99)
– 3 $1/2 coupons from 4/19 SS & some I got at the Festival of Reading
Final cost-$1.72 each (this is one thing I stocked up on. I like their Essentials line and this in normally priced around $4.)

Organic Celery- $.99 Manager’s Special
4 Nabisco Snak-Saks, 5.5-8 oz, $1 ea
California Red Seedless Grapes $1.59 lb
Arnold Bread B1G1- $1.44ea
Baby Spinach- $3/bag
Bananas $.49/lb
Corn on Cob- $1 for 4
2 Tyson Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast $1.99 lb
2 Ground Turkey- $2.09 Manager’s Special
2 Laura’s Lean Ground Beef- $3.23 Manager’s Special

As you can see I stocked up on snacks for the boys, laundry detergent and meat. I went a little over budget but feel like we I got a lot for my $76.33.

If you come across any good deals let me know! You can see a larger list of Kroger deals here.

Comments

  1. mom4harhar says:

    I have a question, i'm a little confused, on the pecan sandies that you have you paid .69 for each one, ok I see how you got $3.00 off for the printable coupons, but you also got $3.00 off for buying 3, where did you get the coupon or the deal for $3.00 for buying 3? that's where I'm lost as. Thanks
    Karen

  2. Karen,
    There isn't a coupon for the $3 off 3, it was in their ad this week. It will just come off your order at checkout. The deal is good on selected Keebler and Sunshine products. The add shows Sandies, Chocolate Chip cookies, Club crackers, and FlipSides crackers. There were more with sale tags on them at the store today but I can't remember them all. If you buy 3 of the participating products $3 will come off your bill after the 3rd one is scanned!

  3. mom4harhar says:

    oh ok, I see now, I was looking everywhere for another coupon, still new to all this, on a very fixed income and need all this deals I can get. thanks again

    Karen

  4. Christine Adams says:

    I'm a little confused sometimes by the 'dashes' you use when you're describing what you saved. Let's take for example this one:
    Keebler Pecan Sandies- $2.69, Buy 3 get $3 off
    -3 $1/1 printables
    -$3 for buying 3
    Final cost- $.69 each

    Now, I can do the math, but when I first read it, I read it as “minus” 3 $1/1 printables, “minus” $3 for buying 3. Then, I get to the final cost and it seems like it should mean “minus” $.69, but (of course) the match doesn't make sense if that were true. Are you using the “-” as a dash or a minus sign or a bullet? I guess colons would make more sense to me and keep me from having to overthink it. But I'm just one reader. 🙂

  5. Christine Adams says:

    match = math
    sorry for the confusion

  6. Christine Adams says:

    I'm a little confused sometimes by the 'dashes' you use when you're describing what you saved. Let's take for example this one:
    Keebler Pecan Sandies- $2.69, Buy 3 get $3 off
    -3 $1/1 printables
    -$3 for buying 3
    Final cost- $.69 each

    Now, I can do the math, but when I first read it, I read it as “minus” 3 $1/1 printables, “minus” $3 for buying 3. Then, I get to the final cost and it seems like it should mean “minus” $.69, but (of course) the match doesn't make sense if that were true. Are you using the “-” as a dash or a minus sign or a bullet? I guess colons would make more sense to me and keep me from having to overthink it. But I'm just one reader. 🙂

  7. Christine Adams says:

    match = math
    sorry for the confusion

  8. Coupon Katie says:

    Christine,
    Thanks for the comment, I always appreciate ideas on how to make things better/easier for readers. I see what you are saying. Would something like, Final cost= $.69 each, be better?

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