Kroger Weekly Ad Coupon Matchup 10/18/12

by Beth Montgomery on October 18, 2012 · 2 comments

in Kroger, Store Deals

Kroger Weekly Ad: October 18-24, 2012

The Kroger store coupon matchups below are based on the Kroger weekly ad from Central Indiana, which will double your first two like coupons up to $0.50 every day.  Remember policies and prices may vary by region. Make sure you double check our prices with your local Kroger Weekly Ad to avoid any surprises at the register.

Read the tips and hints for saving money at Kroger Stores and Kroger coupons to maximize your savings. Don’t forget to keep a copy of the Kroger coupon policy in your coupon holder to help you (or your cashier) when needed.

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**Special Note: When Kroger has a Buy 1, Get 1 FREE sales, each product rings up at half price!

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Kroger Weekly Ad Coupon Matchup

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Meat & Seafood
Bakery & Deli
Canned & Packaged
Condiments & Sauces
Pasta, Sauces, & Grain
Dairy & Refrigerated
Personal Care
Cleaning Products
Paper & Plastics
Pet Care

Something on YOUR list that isn’t on OURS? Just search the Coupon Database before heading out to the store to find coupons for every item on your list.

Before you head to Kroger Stores, make sure you haven’t missed a any recently added deals or coupon matchups. Plus, check out all the grocery store coupon matchups and deals!

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1 Mynde October 22, 2012 at 7:51 AM

After over an hour at the customer service counter with the store manager yesterday, it was determined that you are limited to FOUR $5 coupons to print per order. I had purchased 45 items that should have qualified me to receive 9 $5 coupons, but I only received $4. Although is is not stated in the ad, the signs, the shelf stickers or on any magic little piece of paper anywhere- the system will apparently not print more than 4 at a time. No worries- they were great in helping and returned half my order and rang them up seperately. But save yourself the trouble and don’t put more than 20 of the buy 5 get $5 items on a single order.

2 Beth October 22, 2012 at 11:21 AM

Thank you, Mynde. I was under the impression there was no limit, so that’s really good to know. No one else has mentioned this when telling me about their grocery trips. What a pain, but thank goodness they were nice about helping you out.

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