king-soopers-logo

King Soopers Weekly: Hot Buy 4, Save $4 Private Selection Deal + More

King Soopers is doing a Buy 4, Save $4 deal on their Private Selection brand, and it has some pretty great deals! I’m thinking of buying quite a bit of tea at $0.99 each, and bacon for $2.79? Yes, please!  I’m wondering if all Private Selection items might be included, because I can’t find anywhere that it says “select” or “participating” and the wording seems to indicate it might be valid on anything.  If so, that could mean some really fantastic deals!

If you are buying gift cards for restaurants and retail at King Soopers, be sure to load the digital coupon for 4x fuel points on select gift cards.

These deals are valid September 25-October 1, 2013. [rss-cut]

This List Has Expired
Private Selection Buy 4 Save $4
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Meat, Dairy, and Frozen
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Produce
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
General Grocery
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Household and Personal Care
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

More About How The Ratings System Works

King Soopers Resources: King Soopers Coupon Policy
View The Ad Online | Find A Location

Coupon Resources: Printable Coupons Resource Center
Coupon Database | More Grocery Deals

[adrotate group="5"]

Comments

  1. Kirstin McLendon says:

    You can also get a great deal on Starbucks K cups this week – there were coupons in the 9/08 SmartSource for $4/2 or $1.50/1, and they are only $5.99 this week at King’s. That’s a great price for K Cups.

  2. I am confused by the Kleenex posted deal: if you buy 7 wouldn’t it be 7X1.79=12.53 minus $5= 7.53, then minus $2 for catalina = 5.53 or $ .79 each, not $.51, or am I missing something???? I try not to pay more than 50 cents a box, so that is why I am asking. Thanks!

    • Betty,
      Your math is correct. I think their is a typo. If you look at KrogerKrazy, she has the same deal except she used 2 Kleenex coupons 2x($.50/3 boxes) from 9/22 ss to drop the price you pay at the register another $2 before you get your $2 Catalina. If you did this, then the above scenario works out to $.50/box. I did not see any restrictions on the KC $5/5. Don’t know if this would work or not. I have not personally bought the kleenex yet. Hope that answers your question.

      • Sorry about the typo! The Kimberly Clark e-coupon isn’t supposed to be used with paper coupons, unfortunately, so that’s why I didn’t use the Kleenex coupon.

    • Oh, oops, you’re right – I did the math thinking that seven would be $0.79, but only the first five are. Sorry!