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Harris Teeter & Lowes Foods weekend specials

Posted July 13, 2012

Coupons!

Both Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods usually have some weekend specials for their e-Vic and Fresh Rewards members. Check your Friday e-mails from both stores to see the deals you received and then share them here.

Remember, the deals we receive on Fridays are different for each person and you may have totally different deals than those I receive. Check your Friday e-mail from both grocery stores to see the specific deals that are loaded to your reward cards. If you don't get the e-mails from these stores, you can sign up online at both company websites:

Harris Teeter website

Lowes Foods website

What deals did you get this week?

 

 

 

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  • tesy Jul 14, 2012

    I got a free 2 liter of Coke with Aisle 50 @ Lowe's

  • mtmkjr Jul 14, 2012

    For those who don't think the Aisle50 deals are worth it, they can be very good deals.
    The best way to use them is to buy them and then wait till the item goes on sale.
    For the Borden cheese,I paid $2.99 for 2 pks, and then bought the cheese in store when it was on sale for $2.
    The regular price came off, so my final price without coupons was $1.01 for 2 pks of cheese.
    For the coke deal, if you bought the coke when it was on sale for $1.25, the full $1.99 came off making it a $.74 MM

  • watchhillgirl Jul 14, 2012

    Has anyone heard anything about triples next week?

  • jnwoodham Jul 13, 2012

    The Crunchy Nut Kellogs cereal is 2/$4 at HT right now AND they give you $! off each box you buy. We bought three boxes for free and then went to two other Harris Teeters and got six more for FREE!!!

  • Nancy Jul 13, 2012

    "However, you just answered someone's post saying you couldn't use a digital coupon and a manufacture's coupon per Lowes coupon policy. Savingstar is a digital credit, is that why you can use it with a manufacture coupon at Lowes?" - pj

    SavingsStar is an independent digital credit that you receive after the store sends along the purchase information. It is not a credit you receive at the register. That's the difference. Hope that helps?

  • sarahcarucci Jul 13, 2012

    With the 75 cent off coupon from a few weeks back, the Silk Fruit & Protein will be free...I'm excited to give it a shot!

  • pj1281950 Jul 13, 2012

    Faye, I'm a bit confused. You posted about the Truvia from Lowes.....Truvia sweetener, 40 count, BOGO for $2.15 - .75/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above or $1 coupon from 6/17 RP AND .75/1 SavingStar.com credit = .40 after coupon and digital SavingStar.com credit = FREE after .75 coupon doubled and SavingStar credit! However, you just answered someone's post saying you couldn't use a digital coupon and a manufacture's coupon per Lowes coupon policy. Savingstar is a digital credit, is that why you can use it with a manufacture coupon at Lowes?

  • knowles7806 Jul 13, 2012

    Thanks Faye!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jul 13, 2012

    knowles - no they do not work the same. HT ZVR's can be coupled with hard copy manufacturer's coupons but Lowes Foods policy does not allow you to couple digital coupons and manufacturer coupons.

  • Nancy Jul 13, 2012

    "I have the .97 cent Ball Park franks (limit 2) and a coupon from coupons.com I printed earlier in the month for $1/2 Ball Park franks = .47 cent each! :-)"

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