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Lowes Foods deals: Cherries, cereal, plums, pickles and more!

Posted August 1, 2012

 

Lowes Foods has some very good deals this week on peaches, plums, nectarines, hummus, Italian ice, pasta, pickles and more! You can even score some Kellogg's cereal for only 9 cents per box if you have the right coupons! They also have an excellent price on cherries Friday through Sunday!

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.

The official Lowes Foods Coupon Policy can be found on their website HERE. Scroll down to see the policy once you get to their website.

Bonus Fuel Rewards: There are some new bonus rewards for a number of products. You can see all the details including participating products in the ad.

Fresh Rewards Offer: Keebler cookie and Cheez-It multi-packs, $2.47, limit 4 - .55/2 Keebler cookies coupon from 7/29 RP

Produce

Sweet potatoes from NC, .87/lb

Green bell peppers, from NC, .97 each

Peaches, plums, nectarines from California, .97/lb

Cherries 3 day sale: Friday – Sunday, $1.47/lb – an excellent price!

Fresh Express spinach, 9 oz., $1.50

Meat

Boston Butt pork roast, $1.67/lb

Boneless beef London Broil, $2.97/lb

Land O Frost Bistro Favorites, 6 oz., $2.50 - $1/2 from 6/24 RP = $2 each

Dairy & Frozen

Tribe Hummus, BOGO for $1.75 - $1 coupon from Facebook page HERE (if you haven’t already printed it) = .75

Luigi’s Italian Ice, 6 count, BOGO for $1.78 - .75/2 coupon from 7/22 RP = $1.03

Red Baron classic crust pizza, BOGO for $3.10

DeWafelbakker’s pancakes, 20.8 – 24 oz., BOGO for $1.89

Grocery

Barilla pasta, $1 - .55/2 coupon from 6/24 SS = .45 each

Mt Olive pickles, various, BOGO for $1.95 - .50 coupon from 6/24 SS = .95

Kaiser rolls from the bakery, 6 count, BOGO for $1.50

Keebler sandwich crackers, $2 - .55/2 coupon from 7/29 RP = $1.45 each

Lance crackers, 8 count, BOGO for $1.65

Kraft mayo or Miracle Whip, 30 oz., BOGO for $2.85

Kellogg’s cereals, all varieties and sizes, Buy 3 Save $3 at the register
Sale: There are a few varieties that are on sale including some of the sugary kids cereals for $2.49 and $2.99. It looks like the Crunchy Nut cereal is on sale for $2.49. Use the .70/1 coupon from 7/8 RP to make them $1.09 before the promotion. Buy 3 Crunchy Nut Caramel Nut, use 3 coupons, get $3 off for promotion, total = 9 cents each! (there are also various other Kellogg's cereal coupons from 7/8 and 6/24 inserts, but since most of the Kellogg's cereal is not on sale, the price is well above my buy price even after coupon and promotion)

Non-Food

Academix deluxe pencil sharpener, 1 count, 2 for $1

Bic write out, $1 - $1/2 coupon for Bic stationary products from 7/29 SS (if Write out is included) = .50 each

Top Flight notebook, wirebound, 70 count, .79

Top Flight filler paper, 150 count, $1

Academix scissors, $1

Elmer’s glue sticks, 2 pack $1

There is a whole page of P&G sale items. Lowes has also done the coupon match-ups using coupons from the 7/29 PG insert

VO5 shampoo or conditioner, .89

Purina dog chow, 17.6 – 20 lb bag, $9.99 - $1.50 coupon from 7/29 RP = $8.49

 

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  • 3boys3 Aug 1, 2012

    ncsualum09: Went to Lowes last week, got 6 pks of chicken breasts..they were sooo pretty:) No limit...I did have to ask to have some brought out because they only had 3 out when I got there...they were very helpful with my couponing as well and in helping me find things in their store, since it was the first time in that particular store.

  • ncsugirlie Aug 1, 2012

    I was wondering the same thing ncsualum09. I went to get some yesterday and had to get a rain check. Another lady was doing the same thing, but she told me she had stocked up on Monday and came back to buy 10 more!! It's all I could do to tell her "that's probably why there's not any chicken left!" I understand stocking up, but I just think that's a bit greedy. I guess I just think about other people more than myself sometimes. :)

  • jdouglas13 Aug 1, 2012

    *too long... sigh

  • jdouglas13 Aug 1, 2012

    ncsu, your best bet might be to check with Customer Service. My experience with Lowes is YMMV, so hard to say what they will do. I did want to mention that Lowes rainchecks expire in 30 days, so don't wait to long to use it. HT rainchecks have no expiration -- yay HT! :)

  • ncsualum09 Aug 1, 2012

    Hey everyone, quick question, I am not a big lowes shopper, but I am trying to branch out more. I got a raincheck for the $1.79/lb chicken from last week, but I don't see a limit on it (I am used to HT who usually puts a limit). How do they typically do that? When the get more chicken in I wouldn't mind grabbing a few of the family packs, but I don't want to have any problems :)

    Thanks!!