Best Kroger Matchups 7/8-7/14
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Best Kroger Matchups 7/8-7/14

Posted on Monday, July 9th, 2012 at 10:30 am
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Here are this week’s best Kroger matchups!

1. Del Monte Fruit, 14.5-15.2 oz $1.49
Use $1.00/4 Del Monte Canned Fruits (10 oz and larger), Fruit Cup Snacks (plastic 4-packs, 3.75-4oz), or Fruit Naturals Cups from 5/13 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.74 each when you buy 4

2.Colgate Toothpaste, 4-6 oz $2.49
Use $0.75/1 – Colgate Max Fresh – (
Or $0.75/1 – Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste – (
Or $0.50/1 – Colgate Kids Toothpaste – (
Or $0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste from 7/8 Sunday insert
Or $0.40/1 Colgate Toothpaste from 7/8 Sunday insert

Or $0.35/1 Colgate Total Advanced, Optic White or Sensitive Pro-Relief Toothpaste from 5/13 Sunday insert
Final Price: $1.24

3. Quaker Chew Bars, 5-10 ct $2.19
Use $1.00/1 – Quaker Oatmeal Yogurt Granola Bars or Quaker Soft Baked Bars – (
Final Price: $0.69

4. Dean’s Dips, 12-16 oz $1.49
Use $1.00/1 – Dean’s Pretzel Dip, 12oz or Larger – ( if this variety is included
Or $1.00/2 – Dean’s Dip, 12oz or Larger, eCoupon – (
Or $1.00/2 – Dean’s Dip Product, 12oz or Larger – (
Or $0.85/2 – Dean’s Dip Product, 12oz or Larger – (
Or $1.00/2 Dean’s Dip from 6/24 Sunday insert
Final Price: Free

5. Kraft Salad Dressing, 12-16 oz $1.99
Use $1.00/1 – Kraft Anything Dressing, 16oz or Larger – (
Final Price: $0.49

6. Old Spice Deodorant, 2.6-3.25 oz $1.99
Use $2.00/2 Old Spice products, excludes trial/travel size limit of 4 like coupons in same shopping trip from 7/1 Sunday insert
Final Price: $0.49 each when you by 2

7. Sunny D, 64 oz $1.49
Use $0.55/2 Sunny D Products
Final Price: $0.72 each when you buy 2


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