Originally Posted by Southern Dad
Today at my closest Kroger, I was checking out the end caps when a manager asked me if he could look at my book. I was a bit hesitant but told him to go ahead. He flipped a few pages then told me to wait a second. He came back with the store flyer and circled the Banquet dinners and a couple other mega deals. He said that I should really use my Banquet dinner coupons and my Kids Cuisine coupons today because the sale ends this weekend. He then told me that the frozen dinners had just been restocked. He went on to tell me that if there was a particular Banquet or Kids Cuisine meal that I wanted that wasn't in stock to tell him, he'd check the back.
His name is Bill and he is generally the friendliest person I've met in Kroger. This isn't the first time I've found him helpful. I didn't enlighten him that I was planning on picking up 20 Banquet meals but just hadn't made it over there yet. Rather, I thanked him and finished my shopping for the day.
My book is set up using the Krazy Coupon Lady's category sheets. Bill suggested that since I seem to do a lot of shopping at that Kroger, I should consider setting up my binder by aisles. I'm actually thinking it is a good idea. I do seem to do a lot of page flipping.
Wow! That is a really great experience you shared with us. Not everyone out there is negative on the couponing and it's always better to give folks the benefit of the doubt. If they have malicious intent, wouldn't you rather find out sooner than later, and know you've kept your own integrity?
I'll stop philosophizing now. :-)
Life's too long not to enjoy it along the way
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