Progresso Soup Only $.81 at Kroger!
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Progresso Soup Only $.81 at Kroger!

Posted on Thursday, October 23rd, 2014 at 10:13 am
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Head to Kroger this week for some cheap soup to take off the Fall chill! Here’s how:

Buy 8 Progresso Soup, 18 – 19 oz – $1.25
Includes: Select varieties
Use (2)  $1.00/4 Progresso Products; Excludes Pasta Bowl
or $1.00/4 Progresso Products; Excludes Progresso Pasta Bowl
or $1.00/4 Progresso Soups; Limit 1 coupon per purchase, May not be used w/any other coupon – Kroger Digital Coupon – (exp. 11/15/14)
or $1.00/4 Progresso Products; Excludes Pasta Bowl – 9-7-14 SS – (exp. 11/01/14)
or $1.00/4 Progresso Soups – Cellfire eCoupon – (exp. 10/31/14)
Stacks With
Buy $10.00 – $14.99 on participating Progresso products, Get $1.50 OFF On Your Next Order; Buy $15 or More, Get $2 OFF On Your Next Order Progresso Products – Kroger Catalina – (exp. 11/02/14)
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.00
Final Price: $0.81
Buy 8; Use (2) $1/4 coupons; Includes $1.50 Catalina savings

 

 

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