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Lowes Foods deals 11/30

Posted November 29, 2011


Lowes Foods has a great deal on boneless chicken breast this week ($1.79/lb!) as well as good buys on green peppers, roma tomatoes,  popcorn, Crest and shave gel!

These deals are valid November 30 - December 6, 2011.

Lowes Coupon Policy Basics:

Doubles coupons .99 or less everyday

Doubles up to 20 coupons per day

Doubles up to 4 identical coupons (must have required product to go with each coupon)

BOGO sales ring up at half price. If you just buy one, it still rings up at half price and you can still use a coupon on it! I love that policy!

Reminder: You can now add digital coupons to your Lowes Foods Reward card by going to Lowesfoods.com. These coupons will not double.

Fresh rewards e-offer: Tide, 50 oz., $5.49 - $2 coupon from 10/30 PG (expires 11/30), $.50 coupon from 11/27 PG = $3.49 with $2 coupon (a decent deal for Tide, but still more than my buy price of $2 or less for 50 oz container)


Cabbage .59/lb

Green bell peppers .99 each

Roma tomatoes $1.69/lb

Blueberries 4.4 oz., blackberries 5.6 oz, raspberries 6 oz BOGO for $2.00

Navel oranges, 4 lb bag $3.97

Red grapefruit, 5 lb bag $3.97


Sanderson Farms boneless, skinless chicken breast, value pack (usually around 3 lbs) $1.79/lb – this is a stock up price. I repeat, this is a stock up price.

I suggest getting a couple value packs (if you have it in the budget) and then separating them into 1 lb packages before freezing them. Then, when you need chicken for a meal, you only have to grab the 1 lb package and not have to thaw and cook the whole value pack.

Southern style pork ribs $1.79/lb

London Broil $2.99/lb (a decent price these days – I miss the days of $2 - $2.50/lb London broil…)

Ground beef, 93% lean $3.67/lb

Carolina raw medium shrimp $4.99/lb

Carolina Pride bacon, 12 oz, $3.50 - .50 coupon from 10/9 and 8/28 SS = $2.50

Hillshire Farm smoked sausage, 13 – 14 oz., $3.50 - .75/2 coupon from 11/13 RP = $2.75 each

Dairy & Frozen

Mrs. T’s Pierogies $2 - $1 off 2 coupon from All You Magazine October = $1.50 each

Marie Callender’s Bakes $4.99 - $1 printable coupon = $3.99 Click HERE for the coupon


Vintage Seltzers 1 ltr, BOGO for .50

Lowes Foods popcorn 6 – 9.9 oz BOGO for .99 each

Coke products, 2 ltr $1.00

French or garlic bread from the bakery BOGO for $1.00

Bertolli pasta sauce, 24 ounce, BOGO for $1.43 (an ok price for pasta sauce although my buy price is $1 or less with sale and coupon)

Keebler Town House crackers BOGO for $1.98 - $1/2 coupon from 11/13 RP = $1.48 each

Utz Kettle Classics potato chips, 10 oz BOGO for $1.75

Tostitos tortilla chips BOGO for $2.00


Lowes Foods trash bags 18-30 count $1.88 - $2 store coupon in ad for trash bags 25 - 80 count, select varieties. If the 30 count on sale for $1.88 are part of the select varieties (which I doubt) they are free with store coupon. Again, they are probably not part of the qualifying bags, but I will check on Wednesday morning.

Kit & Kaboodle cat food, 16 lb bag, BOGO for $6.40 - $1 coupon from 9/11 RP = $5.40

Alpo dog food (Come and Get it or Prime Cuts), 16 lb bag, BOGO for $6.00

Pepsodent, 6 oz, 2 for $1.00

Paseo paper towels, 8 rolls $4.99 – $1 coupon from 9/25 RP = $3.99

There are some store coupons in the ad today for Lowes Foods brand paper products and other non-food items including napkins, plates, paper towels, bath tissue and trash bags.

There is a page of P&G sales and they have done the coupon matchups using the P&G insert from 11/27. Among the better deals are:

Crest toothpaste $1.99 - .75 coupon from 11/27 P&G = .49

Oral-B 3D advantage complete toothbrush $1.99 - .75 coupon from 11/27 P&G insert = .49

Gillette fusion shave gel $2.99 - $2 coupon from 11/27 P&G insert = .99



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  • mrschizzy Nov 30, 2011

    I also buy multiple packs of chicken and separate them by doing 2 breasts per freezer bag. That way, depending on how many we have for dinner, I can decide how much I need to thaw.

  • lovetherascals Nov 30, 2011

    When the chicken breasts are at a stock up price- I usually go ahead and cook one whole package of them, cut them into chunks and freeze them in portions. Then I can grab a bag and put it into many recipes such as quiche, homemade pot pies, soups etc. It's just a nice time saver.