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I got all of this at Kroger for just $8.24!!

I went to Kroger a few days ago to take advantage of some freebie coupons I had and I was so excited with the deals that I found!

Only one coupon — the Gillette Razor coupon — was one I had signed up for online. The other freebie coupons were ones that Kroger sent to me in the mail.

For years, we stopped getting Kroger coupons in the mail. I think it was because we had forgotten to change our address on our account when we moved.

So we recently got a new card and put our new address on it. Well, would you know it? Within a few weeks, we got a packet full of amazing free coupons in the mail! And then we just got another packet of high-value coupons a few weeks later!

My Kroger Deals

In addition to some freebies I got, I also found some great markdowns at Kroger, too! Here are the deals I got:

  • 2 loaves of Whole Wheat Bread — marked down to $1.49 per loaf
  • Dole Salad Blend — originally $3.49, used FREE coupon
  • Jif Peanut Butter — originally $2.69, used FREE coupon
  • Silk Almond Milk — originally $2.69, used FREE coupon
  • Suja juice — marked down to $0.79, used $1/1 Kroger coupon = FREE + overage!
  • 1 package Private Selections Bacon — originally $4.29, used FREE coupon
  • Gillette razor — originally $9.99, used FREE coupon
  • 2 pounds of bananas — marked down to $0.78
  • 3 bags of avocados — marked down to $0.99 per bag (there were 6-7 avocados in each bag!)

My total with tax ($1.72) was $8.24!! You can watch my video here where I share more about this grocery haul.

What are you going to do with all those avocados???

Yes, I know that that is a LOT of avocados. And many of you asked right away when I posted this on Instagram Stories, what on EARTH are you going to do with all those avocados.

I asked for suggestions from you all on how to use them and I ended up taking your advice and decided to try freezing them.

You can watch this video to see how I froze them. And then look for a post soon with more details and step-by-step instructions.

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  • Jo says:

    There is also a $1 Suja juice rebate on ibotta

  • Dinah says:

    Hi, I am new to your web site, I really love the free coupons you share and the fun ideas you have. Helps get me motivated. I ordered the free simple magazine, thanks a bunch! I was also able to order my husband a time magazine. Printed off the coupon for a free quart of paint!! I just wish my town offered good deals for grocery’s, there is no double coupon days or free store coupons. Thanks for the fun website!

  • Aimee Hadden says:

    Awesome! I love those kind of shopping trips ??

  • Adrianna says:

    Hope freezing them works okay… Growing up, my mom had a pantry and we put our avocadoes in there. It got colder than it should have in there, and the avocadoes froze. They tasted TERRIBLE! The flesh got hard and had a weird texture. They were completely inedible. Maybe test a few first?

  • Jackie says:

    I make guacamole with my surplus of avocados and put them in ice cube trays and freeze them. Then when I want just a serving of guacamole I pull out a couple of cubes and let them thaw in my lunch bag. Works great and tastes awesome.

    Avocado, kosher salt, lots of minced fresh garlic and lemon/lime juice.

  • Rachel says:

    I freeze them after cubing and use it in smoothies. Makes it really creamy.

  • Ashton says:

    Wow that’s amazing. I get a coupon for free Kroger bread sometimes. A friend of mine gets a coupon for free Kroger bottled water every now and then. I don’t know anyone who gets so many high value freebies. They must know you blog. lol

  • Cara says:

    You used to have a regional store list on your Store Deals tab which I would use for match-ups at Smith’s. Since it’s no longer there, could you tell me who you would have it linked to so I can just go directly to their website from now on. I would really appreciate it as that was very helpful. Thanks.

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