Kroger 1/26-2/1 Matchups
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Kroger 1/26-2/1 Matchups

Posted on Monday, January 27th, 2014 at 12:19 pm
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Kroger LogoPowerade or Powerade Zero, 32 oz, $0.69 
Tyson Any’tizers, 16 – 28.05 oz, $5.99

Use $1.00/1 Tyson Any’Tizers Snacks – Sunday Insert (1/19) 
or $1.00/1 Tyson Any’tizers Snacks, Any (Excluding Bone-In Wings)- Sunday Insert (12/8) 
Final Price: $4.99
Voskos Greek Yogurt, 5.3 oz, $1.00

Use $0.35/2 Voskos Products, Any – Sunday Insert (11/3) 

Energizer Batteries, AA or AAA, 4 ct, C or D, 2 ct or 9V, 1 ct – $3.49

Use $0.50/1 Energizer Batteries or Flashlights – Sunday Insert (1/5) 

 

Powerade or Powerade Zero, 32 oz $0.69
Use $0.50/1 – Powerade Zero, 32 oz (poweraderewards.com)

Final Price: $0.19

 

Pepsi or 7-Up Cans, 12 oz 12 pk or Bottles, 6-8 pk $4.99

Use $2.00/2 – Pepsi Multipack Plastic Bottles or Mini Cans 8 pk – Sunday Insert (1/5) 

Final Price: $3.99 each, when you buy 2

 

Simple Truth Organic Salad 5 – 7 oz,  $3.00

Ro-tel Tomatoes, 10 oz, $1.00

Use $0.40/2 Rotel Diced Tomatoes – Sunday Insert (1/19) 
Or $1.00/3 Rotel Diced Tomatoes – Sunday Insert (1/19) 

M&M’s Candy, 9.9 – 12.7 oz Bag – $2.99 

Use $1.00/2 M&M’s Brand Candies, 9.9 oz or Larger; Available at Walmart – (coupons.com)
or $2.00/3 Mars Chocolate Brands, 7 – 11.5 oz; Includes Snickers, Twix, M&Ms, Milky Way, Dove, 3 Musketeers, or Bites Brand – (coupons.com)
or $1.50/2 Snickers, M&M’s, Milky Way, Twix or Minis Mix, 8 oz or Larger – Sunday Insert (1/12) 

Use $1.50/2 Nestle or Wonka Valentine’s Day Bags, 8 – 14 oz; Pictured Crunch and Sweetarts – (coupons.com)

 

Kettle Brand Potato Chips, 8-8.5 oz $2.00
Use $1.00/1 – Kettle Brand Chips, 4 oz or larger – Sunday Insert (1/26) 

Final Price: $1.00

 

Back to Nature Granola, 12-13.5 oz $4.19
Annie Chun’s Soup or Noodle Bowl, 5.3-9.1 oz $1.99
Oscar Mayer Lunch Meat, 7-9 oz $3.00
Use $1.00/1 – Oscar Mayer Carving Board Meats – Sunday Insert (1/12) 

Or $1.00/2 – Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Lunch Meat – Sunday Insert (1/12) 

Final Price: $2.00

 

Tyson Chicken, 16-28.05 oz $5.99
Use $1.00/1 – Tyson Any’tizers Snacks – Sunday Insert (12/8) 

Or $1.00/1 – Tyson Whole Grain, Lightly Breaded or Gluten Free Products – Sunday Insert (1/12) 

Or $1.00/1 – Tyson Honey BBQ, Buffalo or Crispy Chicken Strips – Sunday Insert (1/19) 

Or $1.00/1 – Tyson Any’tizers Snacks – Sunday Insert (1/19) 

Final Price: $4.99

 

Ricola Cough Drops, 19-24 ct $1.69
Use $1.00/2 – Ricola Bags – Sunday Insert (1/5)  

Final Price: $1.19 each, when you buy 2

Use  20% OFF Broccoli; Labeled PLU #4060; Maximum Discount $2 – (savingstar.com) 

Use $1.00/2 Johnsonville Sausage – Sunday Insert (1/19) 
Or $1.00/2 Johnsonville Sausage – Sunday Insert (1/19) 

Use $1.00/2 Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Lunch Meat – (coupons.com)

Use  $1.00/1 Imagine Broth, Cooking Stock, or Soup – (couponfactory.com)

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