Kroger Clearance Hair Care Money Makers!

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Run -don’t walk!- to Kroger. As always, I perused through the clearance section of my Kroger yesterday, and was super-delighted with what I found.  (Y’all, seriously, always check the Kroger clearance section.  Check against the coupon database to see if you can stretch your dollar further.  Always!)

I just snagged some super-cheap hair care products.  And because I paired them with coupons, I scored super well!  When I was there earlier, these products were still there.  I cannot guarantee these items will be at your Kroger or that they’ll be on clearance at your store – just wanted to share, in case they are for you, too. (If they are, please let me know!)

Kroger Clear Shampoo ClearanceMost impressively, yes, I made money off these!  I used this: $2.50/1 Clear Scalp & Hair Product, exp. 2/23/14 (RP 01/26/14).

Kroger Clearance John FriedaWOO HOO!  9¢ a piece after coupons…  This is what I used: $3/2 Any two John Frieda Products, exp 3/1/14 (SS1/19/14)

Kroger Suave clearanceAaand more 9¢ conditioner.  Not too shabby!  I used this coupon: $2.50/1 Clear Scalp & Hair Product, exp. 2/23/14 (RP 01/26/14)  You can also use this printable version here or here.

Let me know if you find any of these deals at your Kroger.  And check out the coupon database for more great coupons, and the printable coupon center!

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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