If you live near a Kroger* Grocery Store, you might be familiar with the Kroger Buy 5 – Save $5 events.
During the events, you just head to the Kroger Co. store and shop for your groceries. For every 5 products included in the Buy 5 – Save $5 promotion, you’ll get $5 off a future purchase. Just look for this sign at your local store:
Then as you shop, just be on the lookout for the signs near the promotion products. Buy 5 of the included products and you’ll get the discount. Here’s the sign I found near my taco shells:
We have taco night every week, so it was the perfect chance for me to stop up on a couple of boxes and get a great discount. I also bought Totino’s pizzas for the kids, Cheerios cereal and Nature Valley granola bars. These are all products I normally buy, so it’s awesome to get a free $5 just for buying them together! With three kids, I can always use a $5 discount on the next grocery trip.
When you head to check out, just use your Kroger card or sign up for a new one to get the Buy 5 – Get $5 promotion credit. The credit will print out at check out to use on your next grocery shopping trip. At my local Kroger store, the credit prints out at the bottom of my receipt.**
For more information online or to find a participating store, head to the Kroger website. Follow Kroger on Twitter and like Kroger on Facebook for the latest news and updates. Get information on the great products included in the promotions at General Mills online.
* The Kroger Co. Family of stores includes Kroger, Ralphs, Dillons, Smith’s, King Scoopers, City Market, Fry’s, Fred Meyer, QFC, Baker’s, Owen’s, Jay C Food Stores, Hilander, Gerbes, Pay Less Supermarkets and Scott’s Food & Pharmacy.
** Different stores may have different included products, different promotion dates and different forms of reward credit, so contact your local store for specific details.
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