Have You Seen the New Low Prices at Kroger?! Prices Lowered on Thousands of Items Store-Wide. #KrogerRefresh
DISCLAIMER: I was provided with a gift card to facilitate this post, however all opinions are my own.
Last week, a few lucky Nashville bloggers and myself, were invited to a fun luncheon to get some information about the new lower prices initiative the Nashville area division of Kroger rolled out last week.
After a little "girl talk", we were treated to a sampling of some yummy treats, from the store's bistro (the watermelon, feta salad was AMAZING) then we took a tour of the store, which highlighted a few of the thousands of products that have recently been lowered in price.
From produce to cleaning supplies and a little bit of everything in between, (including a nice selection of natural and organic items, including the store's own, "Simple Truth" brand) the price cuts at Kroger are definitely worth talking about.
According to Melissa Eads, Kroger's public relations Mgr. (and really cool gal), the items chosen for the price cut were selected according to the items that appear in your cart most. In other words, the items you need/buy most often are now even more affordable and to all you couponers, they DO still DOUBLE MANUFACTURERS COUPONS (up to .50) and the fuel points are not affected by this new pricing plan.
A few of the more popular items on the list...
What if you don't have a dog and can't take advantage of the amazing $2 savings on Kibble? No worries! The "new low price" stickered items will rotate, with new products available about every 8 to 12 weeks.
I was super excited to go to my local store, to check out all the products that have been affected by this new low pricing plan, as we only had a few minutes, during our tour, so Hubby and I snuck away from the kids and did a little exploring. (Technically, we were looking for Manager's specials, but the little blue tags kept calling me... "Niki, come look at me, you know you need 5 jars of peanut butter at this price.")
I am pleased to report, I only bought 2 jars of peanut butter, but I did snag several jars of Ragu, to make my (world) famous Pizza Casserole this week. It's super easy and will feed a large group for less than $8. Keep your eye(s) peeled for a new, budget friendly recipe each week, using some of the lower price items from Kroger.
If the new low prices aren't enough to get you excited about shopping at Kroger, remember, they still have the$4/$10 generic prescriptions, the monthly "preferred shopper" coupon mailers (I scored free Mayo and peanut butter this month) and the uber user-friendly app, with digital coupons you can load directly to your reward card, plus the FREE Friday Download, available every week on their Facebook page. If you still have doubts, I have four words for you... Car Buggies & Free Cookies. Admittedly, that might only work on the kids, but you never know.
A huge thank you to Erin & Melissa, from Kroger, for a really fun afternoon and a big shoutout to my new Nashville Blogging Buddies, Dina, from "My Un-Entitled Life" and Jamie from "Blonde (with an "e") Mom Blog" and THE one and only"Ms. Cheap" from "The Tennessean".
(I must admit, even though this is my second time meeting her, I still get a little starstruck. I've been reading Ms. Cheap, since I was old enough to know what a thrift store was. I'm so glad I didn't say anything stupid or burp at the table.)
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