Monday, June 20, 2011
Here is a list of the best deals and free items at local grocery and pharmacy stores for the week ahead.
Each week, Patch sets out to tell readers of the best grocery deals to help save your family money. We would love for you to join us and drop the grocery bills in your house. Simply keep your coupon inserts with the date marked on the outside of it and stored in a file folder. This will make it very easy to grab coupons for desired items without taking more than a moment. Remember to print all printable coupons you want as soon as you know that you want them so you do not miss out. These get pulled and changed often. Report back to us in the comments section of how much you save at the market. Patch would love to hear from you. This is the second week of the Mega Event at Kroger. When you purchase five participating items, you will save $…
Monday, June 13, 2011
Here are the best buys and free items shoppers can get this week at the grocery and pharmacy stores.
Each week, Patch goes through the local grocery and pharmacy store sales to find you the best deals. We match these sale items with coupons and follow the patterns and costs of food and household items. When prices drop to their lowest level, we include them in this list and tell you it is a great time to stock up. Everything in the article is at a great low price and worthy of you buying extra of. Here are the free items that shoppers can get at CVS this week. Zyrtec 24-Hour in the five-count box is $5.99. When you purchase it, you will get an Extra Care Bucks coupon at checkout that will give you $5.99 off of your next purchase of anything at CVS. Use the $4 off coupon from the April 10 newspaper and you can actually get paid $4 to …
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
Here is the cheapest gas in the Holly Springs and Hickory Flat area today.
According to GeorgiaGasPrices.com, the cheapest gas in the area is at the Kroger on Hickory Flat Highway for $3.57 a gallon. If you see something cheaper, comment on this story, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 770-289-8664.
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Patch interviews Kroger executives to see how the store is coping with icy roads.
To find out what impact the storm has had on local grocery stores, Patch interviewed Glynn Jenkins, Kroger's Atlanta Division director of communications and public relations. He responded to our questions via e-mail. Patch: How difficult has it been for employees to make it to work/for the stores to open? Glynn Jenkins: The safety of our customers and associates is first and foremost. Kroger stores remained opened for business to provide customers with quality products during this winter weather event. Patch: Have there been more or less customers? How has the traffic flow been? Jenkins: Kroger customers ventured out despite inclement weather to obtain household staples such as bread, eggs, milk, bottled water, hot cereals, soups and …