Best Kroger Savings from Matchups 10/10-10/16
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Best Kroger Matchups 10/10-10/16

Posted on Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 2:07 pm
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Here are this week’s best Kroger matchups!

1. Thomas English Muffins or Bagels, 6 ct $4.39 
Buy One Get One Free
Final Price: $2.20 each, when you buy 2

2. Quaker Popped Rice Cakes, 3-3.5 oz or Lay’s Stax, 5.5-5.7 oz $1.00 
Use $1.00/2 – Quaker Item’s, Any – (
Or $0.55/3 Lays Stax, 5 oz or larger from 9/30 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.50 each, when you buy 2

3.Uber or Lara Bar, 1.42-1.8 oz $1.00
Use $1.00/2 – Larabar, Uber or Jocalat Bars – (
Or $0.75/3 – Larabar or Jocalat Bars – (
Final Price: $0.50 each, when you buy 2

4. Crest Toothpaste, 4.2-4.6 oz or Oral-B Cavity Defense Toothbrush $1.00 
Use $0.50/1 Crest Toothpaste, 4 oz or larger or Liquid Gel, Limit of 4 like coupons per shopping trip from 9/30 Sunday insert
Or $0.50/1 Oral-B Pulsar, 3D White, Pro-Health or Complete or $0.50/2 Indicator or Cavity Defense Toothbrushes, Limit of 4 like coupons per shopping trip from 9/30 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.50 each, or Free with double

5. Pepsi Soft Drink Products, 2L $1.00
Use $1.00/1 Dr. Pepper Cans,12 ct or 24 ct or $1.00/2 Dr. Pepper Diet or TEN, 2 L from 10/7 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.50 each, when you buy 2

6. Hormel Compleats, 7.5-10 oz $1.88
Use $1.00/1 – Hormel Compleats Microwave Meal – (
Or $1.00/1 – Hormel Compleats Microwave Meal – (
Final Price: $0.88

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