Kroger Deal of the Day

by Erika Torres

You all know I love a good deal. So I couldn’t resist sharing some information on how you can snag some great deals this week at your local Kroger. How does free stuff sound?

Come on– who doesn’t like FREE?

Kroger is hosting a Cart Buster event from Feb. 26 through March 10. And from Feb. 29th through March 6th, you can download exclusive coupons for Kroger’s Deal of the Day for even MORE savings!

Today’s deal includes a coupon you can download onto your store rewards card for a FREE Larabar.  Free? Yes, please!

And tomorrow’s coupon is $2.50 off any size Tide (excluding Travel Size)! You can bet I’m going to be buying some detergent tomorrow…

The great thing about these coupons is you can download them right onto your card with a click of a mouse–no clipping necessary! The deduction is automatically taken off at the register when you scan your loyalty card.

Kroger’s Deal of the Day runs through March 6th and daily coupons include a FREE Larabar, $2.50 off any size Tide, a FREE Pepsi Liter when you purchase two, free Pampers Wipes with the purchase of diapers, a coupon on Juicy Juice, Yoplait and Oreos. This Cartbuster event is a great way to stock up on supplies while also saving money and keeping your budget in check.

I know I only allot between $300 and $350 to our grocery budget and always try and stay within that range. Coupons are a great way to meet that goal. We’re still benefiting from last year’s coupon frenzy and we haven’t run out of toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, body wash, razors, or shaving cream yet–and I don’t plan on running out for at least another year!

I will definitely be picking up my free Lara Bar today and I hope you do too!

Thank you to Kroger for sponsoring my participation in the “Deal Of The Day” promotion. I was selected for this sponsorship by the Clever Girls Collective. All opinions expressed here are my own.

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Paul @ The Frugal Toad February 29, 2012 - 5:28 pm

Have to say I have always found using coupons to be a hassle. There are some apps for digital coupons that I have tried but it is still not very user friendly. I’ll have to check this out though!

SB @ One Cent at a Time February 29, 2012 - 2:04 pm

Krogger is out of scene where we live

CeCe @Frugalista Married February 29, 2012 - 1:16 pm

I wish I could get more use out of coupons. I use ’em every now and then but don’t save a ton. Either they pop up when I don’t need the item or it’s for something I don’t need or use. Our grocery budget is actually the same!

Jai Catalano February 29, 2012 - 7:43 am

I got lucky the other day… I went in the store and Tide was having this super sale. I wonder if they would have taken the 2.50? Anyway cool posting.


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