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Harris Teeter TRIPLES? Word on the street… next week!


Stephanie, over at Our Coupon Home emailed me this morning with news that Harris Teeter will be doing TRIPLE COUPONS next week, starting 5/18. It’s supposed to be all Harris Teeter stores, and they’ve got a hot deals list for Harris Teeter triples on their site.

I’m going to prepare. Stephanie says it’s confirmed, and I’ve been aching for triples for over a year now. Super-doubles just doesn’t do it for me!

A few of the highlights:

  • Athenos Greek Yogurt, $1 (if price holds), Use -$.75/2 Printable = FREE
  • Cheerios Cinnaburst, $2 (if price holds), Use -75/1 4/17 SS = FREE
  • Colgate Toothpaste 6oz, $1.44 (if price holds), Use -75/1 5/1 SS = FREE
  • Colgate Toothbrush, $1.44 (if price holds), Use -75/1 5/1 SS = FREE
  • Colgate Wisp, $1.39, Use -$.50/1 Printable = FREE
  • Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking Soups, $1 , Use -$0.40/1 from 3/6 SS Insert = FREE
  • Dannon Greek Yogurt, 5.3 oz cups, $1.19, Use -$0.50/1 from 4/17 SS Insert = FREE
  • French’s Honey Mustard Dipping Sauce, $1.99, Use -$.75/1 5/15 SS or 3/13 SS =FREE
  • Hormel Compleats, $2, Use -75/1Printable = FREE
  • Margaret Homes Canned Veggies, 95 cents, Use -35/1 5/8 SS = FREE
  • Mahatma or Water Maid Rice, $1 or $1.59 , Use -$0.50/1 from 5/1 RP Insert = FREE or $.09
  • Tetley Tea, $1.19 (if price holds), Use -$.50/1 Printable = FREE
  • Various McCormick Spices, $1.99, Use -75/1 4/10 RP = FREE
  • Wasa Crackers, $2 (if price holds), Use -75/1Printable = FREE
  • Werthers Carmel Chocolates, $1.50, Use -75/1 3/13 SS = FREE

That’s just the beginning, be sure to check out the full post here: http://www.ourcouponhome.com/showthread.php?40412-Harris-Teeter-TRIPLES-List-5-18-5-25-Matchups

Time to order some coupons! I use both Coupon Dede and  The Coupon Clippers.

e-VIC Deals May 6th – 10th

harris teeter couponing

Born Free Omega-3 Brown Eggs – $1.99 doz. (limit 1)
35¢/1 – Born Free or BF Family Shell or Hard Boiled Eggs, on one – 03-06-11 RP
Final price: $1.29

Russell Stover Asst. Chocolates, 12 oz. – $4.99 (limit 2)

Fresh Foods Market Party Trays – $5.00 (limit 1)

Dove Chocolate Bar, 3.3 oz – $0.99 (limit 2)
75¢/2 – 05-01-11 RP
(regional? I can’t check to see if we got it as I don’t get RP)
Final Price 2/$0.48

Pictsweet Steamers, 8-14 oz – $0.88 (limit 2)
$0.75/2 – PictSweet Deluxe Sides Frozen Vegetables, any – 02-13-11 SS
Final price = 2/$0.26

Gatorade, 32 oz – $0.97 (limit 3)
— not sure why they included this, the non-eVic price is only 3¢ more each <snort>

Good ice cream deals — Save $3 instantly when you buy $12 worth of the following in one transaction:
Haagen-Daz ice cream or bars (any), Edy’s (any), Nestlé Dibs, Drumsticks, frozen dessert bars, Skinny Cow frozen snacks.
$1.00/1 Haagen-Dazs® Branded Item, Any (Excluding 3.6 Oz. Cups) – All You, April 2011
$1.00/2 Edy’s Slow Churned Shakes or Edy’s Smoothies – 04-17-11 RP
$1.00/2 Nestle Bars, Sandwiches, Drumsticks Or Push-Ups Frozen Snacks, 4-Ct. +, Any – 05-01-11 SS
$1.00/1 Nestle Lil Drums Drumsticks, 10 pack
$0.50/1 Skinny Cow Branded Product, Any (Excluding 5.8 Oz. Cups and 12-Ct. Value Packs) – All You, April 2011
$1/1 Skinny Cow Truffle Bars, Any Box – Facebook Coupon, Bricks Coupon

Saturday, May 7th only:

Harris Teeter All Natural Ice Cream, 48 oz. – $1.88 (limit 2)

Please note: e-VIC offers vary. Check your own email for further details.

Latest, greatest coupons on Facebook

Tested every last one of ’em. All working as of 5/2 at 6:30pm.

$1/1 State Fair Products

More e-VIC savings at Harris Teeter this weekend

Lots of great e-VIC specials this week. Combined with Super Doubles and we’re talking great savings at Harris Teeter.

Please note: e-VIC offers vary. Check your own email for further details.

Organic Valley Half & Half $1.99 –
$0.50/1 Organic Valley Half & Half Creamer
Final Price: 99¢

Lysol Wipes, All Purpose Cleaners, Bathroom Cleaner, Aerosols & Toilet Bowl Disks $2/$4 (limit 2)
$1/1 Lysol All Purpose Cleaner Triggers 4/17/2011 SS Insert (exp 5/17/2011)
$1.50/1 Lysol Disenfecting Wipes
$1/1 Lysol Disinfectant Spray
Final Price: FREE

Kerrygold Irish Butter $1.99
$0.50/1 KerryGold Pure Irish Butter
Final Price: 99¢

SATURDAY ONLY —

Clorox Bleach, 96 oz – 97¢ each (limit 2)

Stretch your grocery dollars with Angel Food Ministries

Angel Food Ministries gives everyone, regardless of their income, the opportunity to purchase food at a discount. They do this by buying in bulk and distributing the food via non-profit/charitable organizations like churches across the country.

There are no qualifications, minimums, income restrictions, or applications.

There are generally several packages of good to choose from, and you must order your package in advance. They are currently taking orders for May 21 distribution (order must be placed by May 15th). You must pick it up on that day, during the specified hours. Here’s what’s in the “Bread of Life – Signature box” (enough food to help feed a family of 4 for a week, according to their website)

B1 – Bread of Life Signature Box $35

Balanced nutrition and variety with enough food to help feed a family of four for about a week.

  • 1.5 lb New York Strip Steaks (Small Bone, 4 x 6 oz.)
  • 2.5 lb IQF Split Chicken Breasts (Resealable Bag)
  • 2 lb Gourmet Mac & Beef Entrée (5% More Beef!)
  • 1.5 lb Bone-In Pork Chops (4 x 6 oz.)
  • 1.5 lb Fully Cooked Meatballs
  • 1.5 lb Maple Flavored Breakfast Sausage Links (approx. 34 count)
  • 1 lb 100% Ground Turkey
  • 1 lb 100% Ground Chicken
  • 1 lb Garden Peas
  • 1 lb Green Beans
  • 2 lb Fresh Sweet Georgia Vidalia Onions
  • 28 oz. Diced Tomatoes
  • 1 lb Seasoned Waffle Fries
  • 1 lb Pasta
  • 1 lb Long Grain Brown Rice
  • 16 ct. Sweet Hawaiian Dinner Buns
  • 32 oz. 2% Shelf-Stable Milk
  • 1 Dozen Eggs
  • 7.5 oz. Break-n-Bake Cookies

No only can you order food for your own family, but you can order them as gifts for those in need. They also have two charitable programs: one provides boxes of food to military families in need and the other one provides non-perishable food to children of low-income families.

They offer several “sets” of foods ranging from produce to gluten-free collections. They also have a package that is designed to provide food to a single senior citizen for a month.

I purchased a signature collection box a couple of years ago. The food was decent quality (these are industrial-level purchases, so think generics!). For the average Joe, who doesn’t have the time or inclination to shop carefully — it’s a significant savings.  Not everyone has the freezer space for the meat, which is what makes up the bulk of the cost. At the time, I felt the price was good, but not significantly less than I could get at the military commissary or by using coupons.  Back then, the closest distribution location was in the Cradock section of Portsmouth, a half hour drive away.

They’ve recently opened a distribution center at Centerville Baptist Church, about half a mile away, so I’m going to give it another go. The only two items on the Bread of Life box above that I couldn’t mentally pull a price for were the ground chicken and the waffle fries. The rest of the items I purchase often enough to know my max purchase price, and the $35 price offers me at least a $5 savings (over 14%) — that’s with everything purchased on sale or at the commissary.

I’ll follow up next month after I get my box.

Super Doubles at Harris Teeter starting Wednesday 4/27

harris teeter couponing

Dana, over at The Coupon Challenge, has already put together a list of great deals with the regular prices, sale prices will be posted as soon as they are available.

Click here to see Dana’s Harris Teeter Super Double Matchups for April 2011

Be sure to check out her list to get free Muir Glen Tomato Paste, Kotex Pantiliners, Reach Floss, Butterfinger Snackerz, and more.

Cheap sugar at Harris Teeter (today’s the last day)

A few late Harris Teeter matchups:

Dixie Crystals Granulated Sugar (4 lbs) on sale $2.49
use $0.50/1 from Dixie Crystals website (or smartsource.com)
final price: $1.49

Dixie Crystals Brown Sugar (2 lb poly) on sale $1.99
use $0.50/1 from Dixie Crystals website (or smartsource.com)
final price: $0.99

Parkay Vegetable Oil Spread – Quarters (1 lb) on sale $1.59
use $0.50/1 internet printable
final price: $0.59

Free Starbucks Coffee on Friday, April 22

From today’s Starbucks email:

Since the moment our doors opened 40 years ago, we’ve been on a mission to reduce our environmental impact. So on April 22 we’re offering a couple special incentives for helping us out on that mission: 

• Get a free brewed coffee or tea when you bring in your reusable travel mug
• Buy a new travel mug for 20% off

That’s right, just swing in with your travel mug and we’ll fill it with our premium brewed coffee or tea for FREE. Don’t have a travel mug? No problem. On April 22, all day long all of our travel mugs will be 20% off, plus we’ll fill it with delicious brewed coffee or tea – on the house.

The big news is: Get a free brewed coffee or tea when you bring in your reusable travel mug

Fortunately, I have one of the gorgeous blue mugs (received as an xmas gift a couple years ago), so I’ll definitely take time to enjoy this deal.

Bloom Deals & Doubles

A Frugal Chick has a long list of Bloom matchups for the Hampton Roads area. Bloom stores in our area are doubling coupons up to 99¢ every day and will be doubling dollar coupons on the first of every month.

eVic Specials 3/25-3/29

Saturday & Sunday ONLY
Harris Teeter All Natural Ice Cream — 48 oz
$1.88

(limit 2)

Nabisco Nilla Wafers — 11-12 oz.
$1.99

(limit 1)

Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal — 14.5-18 oz
$1.50

(limit 2)

Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee — 12 oz.
$4.99
(limit 1)

Perugina Dark Chocolate Bar — 3.5 oz.
$1.59
(limit 1)

Sargento Fridge Pack String Cheese — 13.5 – 18 oz.
$3.99
(limit 1)

Immaculate Baking Company Chocolate Chunk Cookies — 14 oz.
BOGO — must buy 2
Can’t find this in Express Lane, though I did see Harris Teeter Fresh Foods Market Chocolate Chunk Cookies, which are reg. $3.79 each, on sale for $2.97
(limit 1 free)

Harris Teeter Split Chicken Breast
$1.99 per pound
not a good deal at all, barely a good deal if it were boneless!

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