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Kroger 2/24-3/2 Matchups

Posted on Monday, February 25th, 2013 at 2:58 pm
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Schick Hydro Silk disposable Razors, 3 ct $9.49
Use $4.00/1 – Schick Hydro Silk Razor, Refill or Disposable, excludes single pack razor – (facebook.com) 
Or $4.00/1 Schick Hydro Silk Disposables Pack – Sunday Insert (2/24)
Or $4.00/1 Schick Hydro Silk Razor or Refill – Sunday Insert (2/24)
Or $4.00/1 Schick Hydro Silk Refill – Sunday Insert (2/24)
Final Price: $5.49

Red Baron Classic Frozen Pizza, 8.8-22.63 oz $2.99
Use $1.00/2 Red Baron Multi-Serve Pizzas, 12 oz or larger – Sunday Insert (1/20)
Final Price: $2.49 each, when you buy 2

Progresso Soup, 19 oz $1.00
Use $0.50/2 Progresso Soup Cans – Sunday Insert (1/20)
Or $0.50/2 Progresso Soup Cans – Sunday Insert (1/6)
Or $0.25/1 Progresso Light Soup Can – Sunday Insert (1/6)
Or $0.25/1 Progresso Light Soup Can – Sunday Insert (1/20)
Final Price: $0.75 each, when you buy 2, or $0.50 with double

Hamburger, Tuna, or Chicken Helper, 4.7-12.2 oz $1.00
Use $0.75/3 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Dishes – Sunday Insert (1/6)
Or $0.75/3 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Dishes – Sunday Insert (2/3)
Final Price: $0.75 each, when you buy 3

Smart Ones Entrees, 4.4-11.5 oz $1.88
Use $5.00/12 – Weight Watcher Smart Ones Frozen Products – (eatyourbest.com)
Or $3.00/10 – Weight Watchers Smart One Frozen Products – (coupons.com)
Or $4.00/10 – Weight Watchers Smart One Frozen Products – (eatyourbest.com)
Or $2.00/6 – Weight Watchers Smart One Frozen Products – (eatyourbest.com)
Or $5.00/15 – Weight Watchers Smart One Frozen Products – (eatyourbest.com)
Or $1.00/3 – Weight Watchers Smart One Frozen Products – (eatyourbest.com)
Final Price: $1.46 each, when you buy 12

General Mills Cereal, 11.8-16.2 oz $2.50, each, when you buy 2
Use $1.00/2 General Mills Cereal, Chex, Fiber One, Total, Wheaties, Oatmeal Crisp, Honey Nut Clusters, Raisin Nut Bran or Basic 4 – Sunday Insert (1/27)
Or $1.00/3 General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cocoa Puffs, Lucky Charms, Trix, Reese’s Puffs, Cookie Crisp, Golden Grahams, Kix, Frosted Toast Crunch, Peanut Butter Toast Crunch or Dora the Explorer Cereal – Sunday Insert (2/24)
Or $1.00/3 General Mills Big G Cereals – Sunday Insert (1/6)
Or $1.00/3 General Mills Big G Cereals – Sunday Insert (2/3)
Final Price: $2.00 each, when you buy 2

Nabisco Snak-Saks, 8 oz $1.00
Use $0.75/2 Nabisco Cookie or Cracker Products, 6.5 oz or larger – Sunday Insert (1/27)
Final Price: $0.62 each, when you buy 2

Chobani Greek Yogurt, 6 oz $1.00
Use $1.00/4 – Chobani Greek Yogurt, 6 oz – (bricks.coupons.com)
Final Price: $0.75 each, when you buy 4

Dannon Yogurt, 4 ct or 32 oz $2.00 each, when you buy 2
Use $1.00/1 Dannon Activia Yogurt, 4 pack – Sunday Insert (1/13)
Final Price: $1.00

Kellogg’s Cereal, 10.7-24 oz $2.99
Use $0.70/1 Kellogg’s Cinnamon Jacks Cereal, 10.7 oz – Sunday Insert (2/10)
Or $0.70/1 Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats Crunch Cereal, 14 oz – Sunday Insert (2/10)
Or $0.70/1 Kellogg’s Scooby-Doo Cereal, 12 oz or larger – Sunday Insert (2/10)
Or $1.00/2 – Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Cereals, 10.8 oz or Larger, Limit 4 Like Coupons in Same Shopping Trip – (redplum.com)
Or $1.00/2 – Kellogg’s Crunchy Nut Cereals, 10.8 oz or Larger – (facebook.com)
Final Price: 2.29

Pampers Diapers, 58-112 ct $24.99
Use $1.50/1 – Pampers Baby Dry Diapers, Excludes Trial/Travel Size – (coupons.com)
Or $1.50/1 – Pampers Baby Dry Diapers, Excludes Trial/Travel Size – (pillsbury.com)
Or $1.50/1 – Pampers Baby Dry Diapers, Excludes Trial/Travel Size – (eatbetteramerica.com)
Or $1.50/1 – Pampers Cruisers Diapers – (coupons.com)
Or $1.00/2 Pampers Diapers Bags or (1) Box Diapers or Pants – Sunday Insert (1/27)
Final Price: $23.49

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