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King Soopers Weekly (3/25-4/1): Buy 5, Save $5 Continues + Free Birds Eye Vegetables

The Buy 5, Save $5 event continues next week at King Soopers – lots of great deals there! They also have some good to great prices on Huggies diapers.  Also, they are doing quadruple fuel points on gift cards (non-Kroger/Visa, etc.).

Milk is up to $2.39 a gallon, sale price (it was $3.29 regular price as of last week).  Milk prices are rising!

Remember that these deals don’t start until Wednesday (except the Buy 5, Save $5, which started last week, and will continue through next Tuesday).

These deals are valid March 26-April 1, 2014.

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  1. Sarah H. says:

    There is a $1/1 ecoupon on the King Soopers website. That makes it a little better deal.

  2. I had a Personalized Price for Freschetta Pizza for $3.99 and I was curious if it would take off an additional dollar because it’s in the Buy 5, Save $5 sale. I tried it tonight and it did, so I got them for $2.99 each! I also had a $1.50/2 coupon (one of the personalized ones that KS sends in the mail) and so that made a couple of them even cheaper!

    It’s rare that there’s such a great deal on frozen pizza that doesn’t require a ton of coupons to stock up, but since the Buy 5 and my Personalized Price makes them $2.99 without coupons, I think I will stock up!

    Seems like there was something else that I thought was a good deal… Oh! I noticed that Barilla Gluten-Free pasta is $1.39 after the Buy 5 – that seemed like a pretty good deal for GF.

    • I’ve had BuyX/Save$Y sales that matched up with my personal price before, and it always adjusts the price to my personal price BEFORE taking off the additional discount. It is really awesome when that happens.

      Sadly, I don’t have any match ups for the current sales.

      • I’ve had it work both ways. At two different stores. The self checkout adjusted it to my personal price AFTER taking the promotional discount off. The regular register adjusted it before and gave me a better deal. I’m not sure if the difference was the stores, or the self checkout vs. regular register. Also, I don’t think I entered my KS Card until after she was done ringing things up at the register, so who knows if that had anything to do with it, either.

  3. Kristine says:

    Don’t forget Ibotta and Checkout51 rebates:

    Look for Special K bars that have $1 off two peelie (any bars), and there are about 9 (nine) Ibotta rebates for $0.75 each on Special K products (5 different protein bars and 4 cereals). I think several of the Protein bars are included in the sale…makes them $1.50 after peelie, $0.75 each after ibotta rebate. Ibotta still has $0.50 rebate on white milk (KS has one of the best prices per gallon this week).

    Also, Checkout 51 has a $1.00 rebate for two special K cereal, and $1.00 for 1 box Triscuit, making them FREE. I just discovered Checkout 51, and better than Ibotta since no store restrictions on it. This week, Checkout51 has rebates on any fresh tomatoes and fresh bananas, too.

    You CAN submit same receipt to both apps! I did this for $1.00 rebate on milk last week! woohoo!

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