Monday, July 14, 2014

.99 All with no paper coupons, free Brut and awesome gift card deals - Krogers

I will admit Kroger has a few good deals that drew me into their stores as they are not really in the ad so I cannot price match, lol.

Right now the Brut deodorant is on sale for $1
Use the $1 coupon from 6/29 Smart Source insert
Free after coupon
*these are great for donation if you have no use for at home since they are free with coupon

All Detergent $2.99 each
- $2/2 manuf loadable coupon
-$1/1 store loadable coupon (limit 5 in a single transaction)
=$0.99 each after both coupons combine
*The store coupon takes off up to 5 items so technically you can buy 4 in ONE SINGLE transaction, load both the online coupons and print 1 of these $2/2 manuf coupons and get 4 for just $0.99 each
I just did the two loadables but will be trying the 4 tomorrow on my mom's card

And the gift cards pictured were blogged about here (though these apparantly did not qualify for the 4x offer and only the 2x gas offer and if anyone knows where to find the Old Navy option I have struck out on that one at 3 stores)

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Anonymous said...

Kroger doesn't allow you to combine a digital coupon with a printable coupon, so I don't really understand this snare.

Stephanie Jensen said...

The digital coupon is a store coupon hence the reason you can combine the two digitals

Anonymous said...

how many $1off1 brut coupons can you use in one transaction? it says "limit one coupon per purchase" on them.

Stephanie Jensen said...

Each item is a "purchase" in a "transaction"
You can use as many coupons as that store allows, as each store manager has a right to limit quantities. Most around me limit to 3 like coupons per transaction

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