FREE Propel or Gatorade Sports Drink Tablets After Cash Back at Kroger (Regularly $7)

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Gatorade Drink tablets on sale on the shelf at Kroger

This freebie deal from Koger can help you stay hydrated!

Today, September 26th, is the last day to head to Kroger where you can score Propel or Gatorade Sports Drink Tables on sale for $4.99 (regularly $6.79)! Plus there’s a digital coupon you can clip to drop the price to $2.49!

Even better, select Fetch accounts may have an offer for 1,000 points back for every $1 spent on select Gatorade and Propel powder drink mixes including these tablets! Note that Fetch offers can vary by user.

You can stack the sale with these offers to snag a tube of tablets for FREE!

These sports drink tablets make it easy to add flavor and electrolytes to your water to help you stay hydrated at home or on the go. All you have to do is drop them into a bottle of water. Plus, they come in a variety of delicious flavors too!

Kroger Deal Idea (thru 9/26):

Propel Drink Tablets on the shelf at Target witth sale tags for $4.99

Gatorade or Propel Sports Drink Tablets $4.99 (regularly $6.79)
Clip the $2.50/1 Gatorade Sports Drink or Propel Enhanced Water Tablets digital manufacturer coupon (exp 9/26)
Pay $2.49
Get back 1,000 points for every $1 from Fetch for buying select Gatorade or Propel Powder Drink Mixes or Tablets = 2,490 points ($2.49)
Final cost FREE!

Head over here to see all the HOT Kroger digital coupon deals this week!


About the writer:

Misty has been writing professionally and creating engaging, helpful content in the online marketing space for almost two decades. She’s skilled at finding ways to save money and believes you can still enjoy life (and treat yourself) while living on a budget. When she’s not writing up the latest and greatest deals for Hip2Save, she's either indulging in creative DIY projects, rewatching a favorite comedy series for the 20th time, or traveling and exploring new places.


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  1. Kat

    Fetch wouldn’t accept my Kroger pick up receipt anyone have this issue?

    • Jessica (Hip Sidekick)

      So sorry for the issues, Kat. It does seem that Kroger may not accept a digital receipt on order pick-ups according to this policy – “Eligible physical receipts from these retailers must be in the traditional receipt format from a storefront register.” Occasionally, I’ll get a physical receipt with my pick-up order that works for cash-back apps, like Fetch. If you happen to have your associate e-mail account linked in the app, you might try scanning for e-receipts that way. 🤞 Hoping this does the trick! 💕

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