Kroger Best Deals of the Week 10/2/11

Here are the best deals I see at Kroger for the week of 10/2/11. It is another quiet week at Kroger except a few good meat prices.


Tyson Split Chicken Breast-$0.97/lb

Oscar Mayer Bologna-$.97

Boneless Pork Loin-$1.97/lb

Pork Spareribs-$1.97/lb

Kroger Ground Turkey-$2.47

Johnsonville Smoked Brats or Sausage (13.5-14 oz)-$2.47


Green Cabbage-$0.50/lb

Avocados-$1 ea

Yellow Peaches or Red Plums-$1.58 lb

Red Seedless Grapes-$1.88/lb

Gala Apples (5lb)-$3.99

Whole Pineapple-$2.99 ea

Other Deals

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup-$.60
-$.40/2 Campbell’s condensed chicken noodle or tomato soup from 10/02 SS or
$.40/4 from 9/11 SS
Final cost=as low as $.20 ea

Suave Shampoo, Body Wash or or Deodorant-$1.49
-Buy One Get One Free Kids Hair Care from 10/2 RP
-Buy One Get One Free Suave Professionals from 10/2 RP
-$0.50/1 Suave Kids Recyclebank coupon
Final Price = as low as $0.24 when you use BOGO and $.50/1

Clif, Clif Mojo, or Luna Bar-$.99

Dannon Yogurt-$1.99 (Activia and Danimals in pic, others may be included)
-$1 off Dannon Danimals on Danonino yogurt from Kroger My Magazine: School Days home mailer
Final cost=$.99

Kroger Bread or Buns-$1

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, Scramblers or Biscuits,-$1.99
$1.10/1 Frozen Pillsbury® Egg Scrambles™ OR Biscuit Sandwiches
$1/1 Pillsbury Scramblers or Biscuits
Final cost=as low as $.89 ea

Nestle Chocolate Chips-$2.29
$.50/1 Nestle Morsels
-.50/1 Nestle Tolls House dark chocolate morsels from 8/21 SS
Final cost=as low as $1.29

Flatout Bread (6ct)-on sale Buy One Get One Free ($1.75 ea)

Four Day Sale– Wed Oct 5th-Sat Oct 8th

Kroger Medium Eggs (12ct)-$.77

Arnold Dutch Country or Italian Bread-Buy One Get One Free

Kroger Home Sense Bathroom Tissue (6 double rolls)-$1.77

Florida Tangerines (3lbs)-$1.99

Coca-Cola Soft Drinks (6 packs)-$2.28 (Limit 3)

Breaded Chicken Tenders-$3.99/lb




  1. Stephens1411 says:

    I found another deal on Ceasar dog food on sale B1G1 free.  With coupon B3 G1 free.  With the deal and coupon, I expected to only pay for 1 out of every 5.  It didn’t turn out that way.  Kroger half’s the price of the items, so when the cashier did my coupon it only took of .39 cents instead of .69 cents.  I had 5 of these coupons and expected to pay $3.45 for 20 things of food.  I was getting charged around $6.  I ended up not getting the foods. I like to get these in case I run out of my regular dog food, but it just wasn’t worth it to me.

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