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Kroger Mega deal matchups

Kroger is running another Mega Deal where when you buy 10 participating items, you get $5 off instantly.

Here are some match ups that I see right now(prices are AFTER $5 promo comes off):

Barilla pasta 1.49 - $1 printable here = .49/each
Best life butter spread 1.29 - $1 printable here = .29/each
Healthy choice 1.39 - assorted insert coupons
Silk Almond milk 1.99 - $1 printable here = .99 each
Krusteaz mix .99 - .55/1 blinkie = .44/each
Wesson Oil 1.99 - .40/1 insert (this will double) = 1.19/ea.
PAM cooking spray 1.99 - .35 insert will triple = .94/ea.
Bumblebee tuna .49 - .55/1 blinkie = OVERAGE
Chex mix 1.49 - assorted ecoupons at cellfire.com, shortcuts.com, and kroger.com
quakes .75 - $1/3 catalina that is randomly printing = .45/ea.
Pringles .99 - $1/2 Kroger ecoupon = .49/ea
Oreos 2.19 - $1 printable here = 1.19/ea.
Nabisco Saltines 1.49 - $1 tearpad (I found at brookshires) = .49/ea
Colgate Wisp 1.50 - .75 kroger Ecoupon and .50 IP = FREE
degree deoderant 1.50 - $1 women's printable here = .50


There are some fun kraft coupons HERE to use on oscar mayer meats and stuff. Good times.

See you there.

Comments

Kellie said…
what is a blinkie? as in:
Bumblebee tuna .49 - .55/1 blinkie = OVERAGE

I couldn't click on it to get a coupon. thanks
Ashby Family said…
A blinkie is that machine in the store that spits coupons out. They are usually placed in front of the item the coupon is for, and have a red blinking light on the side. Hence the "blinkie" name.

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