Best Kroger Matchups 4/22-4/28
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Best Kroger Matchups 4/22-4/28

Posted on Tuesday, April 24th, 2012 at 11:09 pm
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Here are the best Kroger matchups for the week!

1. Arnold Bread or Sandwich Thins, 8 ct or 24 oz Buy One Get One Free Use $1.00/2 Arnolds Sliced Breads from 4/15 Sunday insert Final Price:  Unknown

2. Simply Juice, 59-64 oz $1.99 Use $1.00/1 – Simply Orange, 59 fl oz or 89 fl oz – (facebook.com) Final Price:  $0.99

3. Blue Diamond Almonds, 6 oz $1.99 Use $1.00/1 Blue Diamond Almonds from 1/29 Sunday insert Final Price:  $0.99

4. Dawn Hand Renewal, 9 oz $1.00 Use $0.50/1 Dawn Hand Renewal from 4/1 Sunday insert Or $0.50/1 – Dawn Hand Renewal, Kroger eCoupon – (softcoin.com) Final Price:  free

5. Dawn Liquid Hand Soap, 9 oz $1.00 Use $0.25/1 Dawn Product from 4/1 Sunday insert Or $0.25/1 – Dawn Product, Kroger eCoupon – (softcoin.com) Final Price:   $0.50

6. Head & Shoulders, 33.8 oz $8.49 Use B1G1 Free Head & Shoulders Product from 4/1 Sunday insert Final Price:  $4.25 each when you buy 2

7. Pamper Wipes, 72 ct $1.99 Use $0.75/1 – Pampers Wipes, 60 ct or larger – (coupons.com) Or $0.50/1 Pampers Wipes from 4/1 Sunday insert Or $0.50/1 – Pamper Wipes, Kroger eCoupon – (softcoin.com) Final Price:   $0.99

8. Horizon Organic Milk, 8 oz single $1.00 Use $0.55/1 – Horizon Organic Single Serve, 3 pk or larger – (horizonregistration.com) Final Price:  $0.45

 

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