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Harris Teeter deals 4/4 - 4/10

Posted April 4, 2012


Harris Teeter has some super deals this week on Colgate (free!), cantaloupe (.99each!), spiral sliced ham, Bird's Eye Steamfresh veggies, Kahiki egg rolls, various McCormick spices and extracts, Hellman's mayo, Smart Balance cooking spray and much more!   These deals are valid 4/4 – 4/10.


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.

EVIC: Harris Teeter eggs, 30 count, $2.77, limit 2


Kiwi 2 for .88

Navel oranges 2 for $1

Lemons .59 each

Mangoes $1 each

Sweet potatoes, NC grown, .69/lb (3 lbs for .69 at Aldi this week)

Cantaloupe, .99 each – a great price!


Harris Teeter spiral sliced half bone-in smoked ham, honey glazed or brown sugar, $1.49/lb – a very good price

Ball Park franks including beef, BOGO for $1.69 - $3.24

Dairy & Frozen

Breakstone’s sour cream, 16 oz., BOGO for $1.29 each

Bird’s Eye Steamfresh veggies BOGO for $1.19 each - .50/2 coupon from 4/1 SS or $1/3 coupon from 3 /4 RP = .69 each with .50/2 coupon

Kahiki egg rolls BOGO for $2.12 - $1 coupon from Penguin coupon display in stores recently = $1.12 each

Sister Shubert’s yeast dinner rolls $2.50 - .50 coupon from 4/1 SS = $1.50

Bridgford parkerhouse rolls $2.50 - .50 coupon from 3/25 RP = $1.50

Pepperidge Farm 3-layer cake BOGO for $2.50 - .50 coupon from 2/5 SS = $1.50

Mrs. Smith’s frozen pies, various, $4.89 - $4.99 - .75/1 coupon from 3/25 SS (for whole pies 23 oz or larger) = $3.39 - $3.49 each


Various McCormick spices and extracts on sale BOGO including pepper, paprika, vanilla - .75/1 coupon from 3/25 RP = .12 and up

French’s Dijon mustard, 12 oz., $2.00 - .75/1 coupon from 3/18 SS = .50

Del Monte corn or green beans canned, Buy 3 Get 3 Free makes them .52 each with sale. Must buy all 5 in same transaction to get the sale price.

Duncan Hines cake mix $1.25 - .35/1 coupon from 2/5 SS = .55

Ken’s salad dressing, 16 oz.
Sale: Buy 2 Get 3 Free, regular price for 1 is $3.55
Coupon: $1/2 coupon from 3/11 SS
Total with 1 coupon for 5 bottles = $6.10 ($1.22 each)
Must buy all 5 in same transaction to get the 3 free
You can only use a coupon on the 2 you are buying

Smart Balance cooking oil or cooking spray $2.89 to $2.99 - .75/1 coupon from 4/1 SS = $1.39 - $1.49

Hellman’s mayo 30 oz, BOGO for $2.47 - $1 coupon from 3.25 RP = $1.47

Nature Valley Protein Bars $2.50 - .50 coupon from 3/25 and 2/26 SS = $1.50

Nabisco snack crackers, Buy 2 Get 3 Free = $1.60 each when you buy all 5 in one transaction. Use 2 of the $1/1 printable coupons for Triscuit Dill flavor when you Like them on Facebook HERE and the total is only $1.20 each when you buy 5 in one transaction. You could always buy 2 of the Dill, use 2 Dill coupons and then buy 3 of the other flavors.

Lay’s potato chips Buy 2 Get 3 Free = $1.72 each when you buy all 5 in one transaction

Harris Teeter chocolate chips, 12 oz bag, BOGO for $1.87

Pepsi 12 packs Buy 2 Get 3 Free = $2.56 each when you buy all 5 in one transaction


Colgate toothpaste, 6.4 oz., $1.50 - ,75/1 coupon from 3/25 SS = FREE!



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  • Savvysaver Apr 5, 2012

    derrrr - I get it now. At HT if you have 2 ZVRs on your card and only buy 1 of the items then both ZVRs come off, as if the digital coupon doubled. That is a system error on their part, not coupon fraud. I'm glad to hear they are aware of it and sending you a coupon for your honesty!

  • promethazine codeine lover Apr 5, 2012

    So I talked to the district CSM and it appears to be something across wake county ... They know about the problem. ( it's happening to all their stores ) !

    I asked them would they change doubling coupon policy and they said they wouldn't because customers aren't at fault here ... anyways, they'll be mailing me a 5$ off 15 coupon .... Woooo!

    God is good! Anyone's weekend starting early too??

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Apr 4, 2012

    Thanks Navy Mom - good deal on the Stove Top!

  • NAVY MOM Apr 4, 2012

    HT has Stove Top stuffing on sale 3 for $4 and each box has a coupon on it for .55 cent off -which doubled - I only ended up paying .23 cent a box.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Apr 4, 2012

    Well said everyone - seems like the consensus is that it would be ethical if you contacted the corporate office of the store with the doubling error to let them know, derrr.

  • shelllauren Apr 4, 2012

    Children's Advil for ages 2-11 is priced at $6.39 on Express Lane. There is a $2.00 off zvr and a $2.00 coupon (RP 04/01) which makes it $2.39. Ibuprofen works so much better for my granddaughter's ear infections because it reduces the swelling.

  • ts67688 Apr 4, 2012

    I used to work in retail and I can tell you that being honest will help everyone in the end. When there is a major error like that the stores take a HUGE loss. This causes prices of products to go up, stores to tighten coupon policies, and associates to lose hours to make up for the lack of profit at the end of the day. Couponers get a bad reputation for always trying to beat the system, so we have to work hard to prove those stereotypes wrong. Great deals are always exciting, lets work with the stores to make sure they keep providing us with the opportunity to save money for our families!

  • Bklyn2Raleigh Apr 4, 2012

    Agreed Savvy...also, I know I do not want any bad coupon karma...think about that derrr!

  • Savvysaver Apr 4, 2012

    derrr- I think we often take great coupon policies for granted and forget that at any time and for whatever reason any store can choose to change their coupon policy. It's great that Harris Teeter and Lowe's Foods doubles coupons and offers digital coupons and I'm grateful for their great coupon policies. There may come a day when no stores in our area doubles coupons because they see it's being abused by customers.

  • Bklyn2Raleigh Apr 4, 2012

    derrr- I am sure it won't be long before the figure it out. I would hate to think they might stop the doubling completely until the issue gets fixed!! dun dun dun!!