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Fantastic Kroger Weekend-Only Deals!

I meant to post this shopping trip earlier, but with all the last-minute prep for our trip to South Africa, I’m not getting it posted it until today. Oh well!

Kroger has some fantastic Digital Coupon Deals that are only good through tonight (Sunday evening). Here’s what we got:

  • Butter — $1.99 per package with the Digital Coupon (limit 5)
  • Cage-Free Brown Eggs — $1.99 per dozen with the Digital Coupon (limit 5)
  • 3-lb. bags of Frozen Chicken Breasts — $4.99 each with the Digital Coupon (limit 5)

They also have a few other deals, but I didn’t get them because I didn’t think they were as great. I’m sticking the chicken and butter in the freezer and the eggs will keep for at least a few weeks. I am excited to be stocked up on these items that we use all the time!

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  • Brandette W. says:

    So, I thought I would share how helpful your Kroger weekend/Free Friday posts have been for our family and how very thankful I am that you have tuned me into this. I usually go every Friday or Saturday and pick up the weekend deals and Free Friday deal (x5, I love that!), but I only buy it if it’s something that our family loves and uses all the time. I have been doing this the past few weeks and it’s been so fun and such a blessing!

    Last weekend I got the Ritz and Chips a Hoy. I didn’t pick up the Freebie because energy drinks are not something our family consumes. This weekend I grabbed the frozen chicken breasts, brown eggs, and butter. All things we use constantly! Oh, and I did pick up the free bag of Swedish Fish, a fun treat for me that feels like a splurge, but was FREE.

    Anyways, I just wanted to say thank you. It’s been so so fun figuring out the weekend deals and taking little trips to Kroger to scoop them up. It has 100% helped me stock up on basics we love and use while helping keep the grocery budget lower.

  • Nicole says:

    I was extra happy when I arrived at our King Soopers to find the eggs and butter advertised at $1.49 each — what a great deal and price to stock up at! Thanks for the heads up!

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