Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Kroger Free Milk & $25 Gift Card Giveaway



Kroger Co. Family of Stores is running a special right now where you can get free milk (up to $3; limit of 2) when you purchase any four participating General Mills products!  This promotion runs until November 26th, so hurry out to get in on this deal!  This promotion varies in different locations, so be sure to check your local store for specific deals and offers.  Some of the participating products include Cheerios, Pillsbury Ready to Bake Cookies, Nature Valley Bars, and Fiber One Bars.

I'm really excited about this promotion for a couple of reasons.  The first reason is that our closest Kroger store is about 45 minutes away and this gives me a reason to drive up there to shop.  We usually make a trip to Kroger into a night out by stopping for dinner at a restaurant we don't have near home too.  The second reason is that grocery prices, especially milk, are getting higher and higher.  This is a great way to save a little on our grocery budget this month!

Kroger has offered a $25 gift card to one of my readers.  Please use the Rafflecopter form below to enter!


Disclosure: The Kroger gift card, information, and giveaway have been provided by Kroger and General Mills through MyBlogSpark.

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32 comments:

Mami2jcn said...

The cost of fruit really breaks the bank.

Karen F said...

eggs for me!

Karen F

Jessica ( frellathon ) said...

Omg just one I could say all but let's go with milk.

lisawith4 said...

Oh milk for sure! We have a large family and 2 teen sons. They drink about a gallon per day!
lisa.otis6 at gmail dot com

Lauren said...

I would say that some meat has been jumping in price recently!

Melanie said...

Meats! If it is not on sale. We are eating pasta.

Romapr said...

Definitely cheese and other dairy products are costing us so much money. Thanks!

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JC said...

Dairy products such as milk and produce.

Elena said...

Meat and fish

Mari said...

Seafood is costly.

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BethElderton said...

Meat and Dairy are budget busters for us.
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all91707 said...

I would say the cost of meat and laundry detergent!!!

Janice said...

Hubby and I was just talking about this. I would say fruit and dairy
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Crazylicious85 said...

Meat & Dairy and even peanut butter now.

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jcwega27 said...

meat
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Kathy Rambousek said...

We are committed to organic milk and it's price is killing me

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Amy W. said...

Milk is breaking our bank. cwitherstine at zoominternet dot net

wanda f said...

Definately Milk

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Rebecca Graham said...

Organic foods especially organic produce.

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Tina said...

milk
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Karin said...

toilet paper! and then meat!

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Brittany said...

meat!

Jackie Concepcion said...

Laundry Detergent- uandjc@yahoo.com

ryanac32 said...

meats and milk
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shopannies said...

the two items would be coffee and milk

tmc480 said...

milk
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Gina M Maddox said...

fresh produce for sure!
Thanks for the chance to win!
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Jenn Spencer said...

Meat and Milk!

Thanks!
Jenn from How to Make Hair Bows
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Danielle T said...

produce is very hard to keep up with.. it seems you can spend 10 dollars for one fresh salad...
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soccermom1 said...

meat and produce
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frugalmommieof2 said...

Meat has been outrageous!

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angie lilly said...

So MANY things have gone up in price but one thing that I have really noticed a spike in is butter. Conventional butter is almost as expensive as organic butter now!
Angie
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