Cooked Perfect Meatballs for Only $.49 at Kroger
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Cooked Perfect Meatballs for Only $.49 at Kroger

Posted on Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 at 9:15 am
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Kroger is having a MEGA Sale for the next 2 weeks and we can score some seriously cheap meatballs thanks to this sale!

To locate the zip-code specific coupons below, take these steps:

1. Using your computer only, right click HERE to open a new tab, and change your zip to the zip code listed in the deal below.
2. Then refresh the page and the coupons will be pre-clipped and ready to print.

Cooked Perfect Meatballs (14 oz) – $1.99 (wyb 5 participating items thru 9/15)
Use $1.50/1 Cooked Perfect Meatballs printable – zip 98040
or $1.50/2 Cooked Perfect Meatballs printable – zip 98040
or $1.50/1 Cooked Perfect Meatballs from 08/30 SS (exp 10/31)
Final Price: $.49 ea

This week’s Kroger deals will be posted soon! Stay tuned…

Thanks Kroger Krazy!


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