Edward ran to Kroger today to pick up a few things and got a box of tissues, a can of tuna, two boxes of Green Giant frozen veggies, and two tubes of toothpaste for 28 cents! The veggies were on sale, but there were no rebates or anything fancy like that--just plain old couponing. He had coupons for all of the items from Cellfire, which are loaded directly onto your Kroger Plus Card. They can be combined with print coupons, so you can use two coupons for the same item. It can obviously add up to some fabulous deals, especially if an item is on sale. Cellfire is also great because they often have coupons for store brand products, which are really hard to come by.
You do have to register with Cellfire and give them your cell number to get their coupons, but we've never received any spam text messages or any contact at all from them since signing up. They offer coupons for a couple of different grocery chains, so even if you don't have a Kroger nearby they may have some you can use. They also have coupons for restaurants and attractions, but haven't tried any of those.