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Crystal’s $147 Kroger Delivery Order

Apr 19, 2024 by admin

I’m continuing to love using Kroger Boost and getting groceries delivered straight to my door without spending extra for delivery or a tip (tipping is not allowed with Kroger Boost when you use a Kroger delivery truck).

The Giant boxes of General Mills cereal were on sale for $3.49 with the digital coupon, so of course I got 5 of them! I was excited because there was a flash sale at checkout to get a gallon of organic whole milk for $3, so we had lots of cereal this week for breakfasts, snacks, and even some people ate it for a quick dinner a few times!

Apples were on sale for $2.99 for a 3-pound bag. The kids’ favorite Nestle drumsticks were on sale for $3.99 each. I get the boxes with the small cones and there are 20 in the box, so it ends up being a pretty affordable really fun snack, especially for the little kids!

The Keebler Peanut Butter Cracker packs were $1.99 for the 8 pack and Kierstyn had one in her lunch every day at school this week and will have them next week and the following week, too!

Strawberries were on sale for $3.99 for the large tubs. I got a big jar of Smucker’s natural peanut butter completely free because I had a coupon for a free jar of Kroger peanut butter and they were out of the natural peanut butter so they substituted a much larger jar of Smucker’s!

Digiorno Pizzas were on sale for $3.99 each. I always like to have 4-5 frozen pizzas on hand at any given time + brownie mix so that we can invite teens over at the last minute and always have something to feed them!

All total for these groceries with tax (yes, we have tax on food in TN), it was a little under $148! Right under our $150 weekly grocery budget — yay!

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