Kroger’s Coupon Deals

Well!  I went couponing again!  Yesterday I purchased $637 worth of product for $307.  Not bad!  Especially since this is my second month couponing.  However, I’m doing excellent at catching the deals and getting a few freebies in the process.

FREEBIE(S):

Colgate Toothpaste:  sale price .89 + coupon value .50 + coupon bonus .39 = free

Great Deals:

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This is the first time I’ve ever seen these Nabisco cookies this cheap.  They are  usually on sale for a $1 but his mega sale Kings has them on sale for .88 cents.  These make great snacks for the summer.

Savings per item:  $2.11

 

 

 

 

 

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OMG!  I went crazy when I saw I could get this product for .99 cents!  Yes!  You read correctly!  I got Cape Cod potato chips for under a dollar!

Cape Cod: sale price 1.99 + coupon value 1.00 = .99 cents

Savings per item:  $2.80

 

 

 

 

 

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It has been a decade since I’ve brought and used Hamburger Helper but the price I could not beat!

Hamburger Helper:  sale price 1.49 + coupon value buy 3 for a 1.00 off = $1.16 per box

Savings per item:  $2.13

 

 

 

 

 

Well these are just a few items I got but I also got some healthier foods too!

Please remember:  Each Kroger/King Soopers manager has the right to decided how their store will take part in the use of coupons.  I usually do my shopping, not just couponing, at stores that will allow me to use 5 coupons per like items.

Day Twelve: Some People Should Kick Rocks

KIck RocksI first heard the saying “kick rocks” from my husband.  He had gotten upset on several occasions with one of his family members.  Later he would say, “They can go and kick rocks.”  Not wanting to appear ignorant I never asked what the expression meant.  Yet from time to time I would use the saying in similar situations.

The other day I posted something on Facebook about me learning of Jodi Arias and a friend commented “Thanks for keeping us updated! Would not wanna b out the loop on this, lol.”  I tried to play the comment off as a jokingly jester but truthfully I wanted to tell him to go “F” himself.  And had I known the truest meaning for ‘kick rocks’ I would have put the saying as my response.

According to the Urban Dictionary telling someone to go and “kick rocks” has several meanings.  And even though there were three meanings each contained basically the same connotations.  Apparently telling someone to go and kick rocks mean “fuck off.”