Kroger Coupon Matchups: March 30 - April 5
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Kroger Coupon Matchups: March 30 – April 5

Posted on Thursday, March 31st, 2016 at 8:28 am
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Welcome to this week’s Kroger Coupon Matchups! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups! Please note that prices can vary by region.

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Gatorade Sports Drink, 32 oz – $0.69

$0.69 each when you buy (10). Quantities not purchased in multiples of (10) will be $1.00 each.

Mountain Dew Kickstart, 12 – 16 oz – $1.00
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.00
Final Price: Free
Buy 1; Includes MobiSave Rebate Savings
Cookies, Snacks & Candy

Dannon Greek Yogurt, 4 – 5.3 oz – $1.00
Final Price: $0.67
Frozen Foods

New York Garlic Bread, 6 – 8 ct – $1.50
  • $0.65/1 New York Bakery Garlic Bread – 3-6-16 SS (exp. 05/31/16)
  • $1.00/1 New York Bakery Garlic Bread – 3-6-16 SS (exp. 05/31/16)
Final Price: $0.50
Natural & Organic

Garden of Eatin’ Tortilla Chips, 13 – 16 oz – $3.00
  • Buy 2 participating Chip products, Get $1.50 OFF On Your Next Order; Buy 3 or more, Get $2 OFF On Your Next Order Terra Chips, Garden of Eatin’, or Sensible Portions Products – Catalina; Includes 5 oz or More Only (exp. 04/17/16)
Out-of-Pocket Price: $3.00
Final Price: $2.25
Buy 2; Includes Catalina Rebate Savings
Packaged Meats

Ball Park Hot Dogs, 15 oz – $1.50
  • $0.55/1 Ball Park Franks – 3-6-16 RP; DND (exp. 04/17/16)
Final Price: $0.95

Hebrew National Beef Franks, 11 – 12 oz – $3.49
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