Ore Ida Frozen Potatoes As Low As 97¢ Each!

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You can grab a great deal on Ore Ida Frozen potatoes right now with the Daytona 500 sale, the Go Meatless Catalina, and the SavingStar One or Many deal. I love when these different promotions all come together to give us a great price!

First, head over and load your SavingStar One or Many offer – $5 when you spend $20 on any Ore-Ida® Frozen Potatoes through 4/17/13

Then check out this deal:
Ore-Ida, 40 oz, $2.79
Easy Fries $1
-$0.55/1 Ore-Ida Frozen Potato Product, 19 oz+ Kroger eCoupon (exp 03/02/2013)  (can be used up to 5 times!)
-$1/2 Ore Ida Products, 19 oz+ (no longer available – check your binder)
-$1/2 Ore-Ida Product, any (1) 19oz or larger WYB any (1) Heinz Gravy – found on Ore-Ida products peelie (exp 4/30/2013)
Buy (7) Ore Ida 40 oz bags and (1) Easy Fries. With the eCoupons only you pay $17.78 (better if you have the $1/2 coupon)
You will get a $5 Catalina and a $5 SavingStar deposit…like paying $7.78 for all those Ore-Ida products or 97¢ per item.

As a reminder – here are the details on the Go Meatless Catalina:

Go Meatless Catalina
Effective 2/4 to 3/3
Buy $10 worth of participating products and get a $2 Catalina
Buy $15 worth of participating products and get a $5 Catalina

  • Gorton’s Frozen Fish, 6.3 to 24.5 oz
  • Mrs. Paul’s Seafood 8 to 24.6 oz
  • Stouffer’s Mac & Cheese, 40 oz
  • Ore-Ida, 40 oz
  • Morningstar Farms, 8 to 9.5 oz
  • Birds Eye Vegetables, 10 to 16 oz
  • Van de Kamps Frozen Seafood, 8 to 24.6 oz

UPDATE: Nancy emailed me and I wanted you guys to see what happened when she did a similar transaction. The deal above should work since the total after eCoupons is over $15…fingers crossed!

Here’s a transaction that I did at Kroger last week that didn’t work like I had hoped.  I had loaded the $0.55/1 Ore-Ida EQ and also the $5/$20 Ore-Ida SavingStar.  On my first transaction, I got 5 Ore-Ida @ $2.88 each = $14.40 + 1 Birds Eye Steamfresh @ $2 = $16.40.  I thought since this was over the $15 Go Meatless requirement, that I would get a $5 OYNO cat, but I only got a $2 OYNO cat.  Because the $0.55/1 EQ was deducted on each of the 5 Ore-Ida’s, it brought down the total to $13.xx.  GR-R-R.  If I had used my paper $1/2 q’s, I would have gotten the $5 cat.  Or if I had added another $2 Birds Eye Steamfresh, I would have gotten a $5 cat.  It seems Kroger is punishing me for using the EQ rather than a paper q.  I called the Catalina Support folks and they can’t help since the total was less than $15, per Kroger’s instructions.  Another strike for me again EQ’s.  I did another transaction with more Ore-Ida this week and DID NOT load the $0.55/1 EQ, added some Birds Eye, and got the $5 OYNO cat.  Hope it will count for the SavingStar credit.

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Ore-Ida, 40 oz, $2.79
Easy Fries $1
-$0.55/1 Ore-Ida Frozen Potato Product, 19 oz+ Kroger eCoupon (exp 03/02/2013)  (can be used up to 5 times!)
-$1/2 Ore Ida Products, 19 oz+ (no longer available – check your binder)
-$1/2 Ore-Ida Product, any (1) 19oz or larger WYB any (1) Heinz Gravy – found on Ore-Ida products peelie (exp 4/30/2013)
Buy (7) Ore Ida 40 oz bags and (1) Easy Fries. With the eCoupons only you pay $17.78 (better if you have the $1/2 coupon)
You will get a $5 Catalina and a $5 SavingStar deposit…like paying $7.78 for all those Ore-Ida products or 97¢ per item.

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Comments

  1. grace says

    the same thing happened to me with a Huggies deal, it was buy $20 and get $5 cantalina. A $2 off $10 printed instead. I went to Kroger customer service and she explained to me that the reason the cantalina did not print was because of the ecoupons which brought my total to less than $20. I had 2 $2 e-coupons for the diapers and 1 $.75 for the wipes. They still gave me $5 cash though.

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