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Harris Teeter deals 2/22 - 2/28

Posted February 22, 2012

 

At Harris Teeter this week, you will find good buys on Green Giant frozen veggies, Duncan Hines cake mix, Stouffer's Lasagna, Creta Farms hot dogs, Nasoya Tofu, and more!  These sale prices are valid 2/22 – 2/28.

Harris Teeter Coupon Policy Basics:

Doubles coupons .99 or less everyday

Doubles up to 20 coupons per day

Doubles up to 3 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. The policy has recently changed and now states that you can only use two coupons on a BOGO deal. So, if you buy 2 items that are BOGO, you can use two coupons (which is a very good thing!).

Click HERE for the official Harris Teeter Coupon Policy.

Senior discount: Seniors 60 and older receive a 5% discount every Thursday. Discount applies after coupons are deducted.

e-coupons: Don’t forget to add the e-coupons to your Harris Teeter VIC card and remember, you can stack the e-coupons with manufacturer coupons to maximize savings. The link to your e-coupons are in your Wednesday e-Vic e-mail. Click HERE to sign up for e-Vic digital coupons.

Express Lane free through 2/28 on $25 or more orders. From their Twitter feed: “Starting tomorrow, the $4.95 service fee will be deducted on all Express Lane orders of $25 or more through Feb. 28, 2012.”  The Express Lane, in this case refers to the drive-through grocery pick-up service they offer. You order your groceries online through their website and then drive up to the Express Lane in front of the store and they bring your groceries out to you. You never have to get out of the car. They charge a fee for the service normally, but have a deal on it this week.

Meal Deal: For $4.99, you get the following:
HT flour tortillas, 8 “, 16 oz
HT Salsa, 24 oz
HT shredded cheese, 6-8 oz
HT sour cream, 16 oz
(This is a decent enough deal and comes in at about what I would pay for the items individually on sale)

EVIC: Palermo’s Primo Thin pizza, Pepperoni or Supreme, $3.77 - $1/2 coupon from Palermo’s website HERE = $3.27 each

Produce

Blueberries, 6 oz., BOGO for $1.99

Strawberries, 1 lb, BOGO for $2.50

Blackberries, 6 oz BOGO

Meat

Chicken leg quarters, .69/lb

Tilapia fillets $3.99/lb

EZ Peel white shrimp, $4.99/lb

Gorton’s flounder or tilapia fillets BOGO - $1/2 printable coupon HERE

Creta Farms hot dogs BOGO for $1.99 - $1 printable coupon when you sign up for newsletter HERE = .99

Dairy & Frozen

HT Greek Yogurt, 6 oz., .80

HT sour cream, 8 oz., .87

HT margarine, 16 oz, $1.37

Nasoya Tofu $2.00 - $1 coupon when you enroll in Tofu U on their website (it’s free) HERE = $1.00

Dannon Activia yogurt, 4 pack, $2 - $1 coupon from 2/12 SS or All You Magazine March issue = $1

Dannon Light & Fit yogurt $2.00 - .40 coupon from 1/29 SS = $1.20

Pizza dough balls (found in the deli), .99

Take and bake bread, 9 oz, $1

Green Giant frozen boxed veggies $1 - .60/3 coupon from 1/8 GM insert = .60 each

Celantano frozen ravioli (22-24 oz) and manicotti (14 oz) BOGO for $2.74

Rosina meatballs, 12 oz, BOGO for $2.29 - $1 coupon from All You December = $1.29

Stouffer’s Frozen Lasagna 35 – 38 oz., $5.99 - $2 coupon from 1/29 RP = $3.99 (Regular price $7.99)

Grocery

Duncan Hines cake mix $1.27 - .35/1 coupon from 2/5 SS = .57

Barilla pasta whole grain Buy 3 Get 2 Free (reg price $1.49) - $1/2 from 1/8 SS = .69 per box when you use 1 coupon.

Theater sized candy $1 - .75/2 coupon from 2/19 RP = .25 each

Campbell’s soup at hand or microwavable bowl chicken noodle or tomato soup $1 - .50/2 coupon from 1/8 SS = .50 each

Campbell’s Healthy Request cream of mushroom or Chicken Noodle soup $1 - .50/3 coupon from 2/5 SS = .66 each

Uncle Ben’s Country Inn rice $1 - $1/4 coupon from 1/22 RP or $1/3 printable coupon when you Like them on Facebook HERE = .67 each

Sara Lee Soft & Smooth whole grain white bread BOGO for $1.34 each

Non-Food

Tylenol Precise patch, 4 count, $5.99 - $5 coupon from 2/19 RP (expires 2/26) = .99 (free at Walgreens this week after sale and coupon)

HT tall kitchen bags, 15 count, $1.00

HT batteries, 4 pack or AA or AAA, $1.00

HT cotton balls 100 count, $1.00


 

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  • IndependentAmerican Feb 24, 2012

    Thanks to everyone for the clarification on the 'Express Lane'. I obviously don't shop for groceries on-line.

  • gailygoo Feb 23, 2012

    Kelly I had asked them about how coupons work at express lane too. It seems once you stop you lose out on coupons from your previous order. I guess this is fine if you continue to use express lane, but it's not for me.

  • Kathy S. Feb 22, 2012

    Kellygirl1991,

    Coupons are applied to your next shopping trip. See the following link:

    http://tinyurl.com/73fwptd

    Kathy

  • Kellygirl1991 Feb 22, 2012

    Dstned2BMe-no you are not required to buy 10 to get the $1 deal.

  • Kellygirl1991 Feb 22, 2012

    Can someone clarify how coupons work with express lane online shopping? It sounds like it would save me so much time but if I can't use coupons it is useless to me.

  • Dstned2BMe Feb 22, 2012

    Just want to be sure on the10/$10 @ HT: you do not have to buy 10, correct?

  • gailygoo Feb 22, 2012

    I hope everyone has been taking advantage of the pharmacy deal and the recyclebucks. I have been getting 30 dollars off each shopping trip! Just so ya know......pharmacy dollars expire on April 10th. Make sure you use them!

  • sboczko Feb 22, 2012

    Independent- the Express Lane refers to shopping online. You place your order online in advance, and an employee at the store does all the shopping for you. You pull up to the curb and they bring out your groceries and load in your car. Never having to leave your car to shop. This is NOT the same as the express lane checkout line that is 10 items or less. I think that might be what you are thinking of. Hope this helps clarify!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Feb 22, 2012

    LOL - I guess if you are not aware of the drive through grocery pick up service they offer it would be confusing! I'll clarify their meaning of Express Lane in this case in the post above. Sorry to confuse you! :-)

  • heazer Feb 22, 2012

    lol That would be confusing if you weren't aware of the online shopping they offer. It does sound like using the "express lane" at the store costs a fee!

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