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Harris Teeter deals: Cereal, chicken breast, cucumbers and more!

Posted August 15, 2012
Updated August 16, 2012


There are some great deals at Harris Teeter this week on boneless chicken breast, cucumbers, various cereals, pasta sauce, Truvia, GUM Crayola toothbrushes, Wisk and more! It may not be Super Doubles, but there are still some super deals! These deals are valid 8/15 - 8/21.

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: Frito-Lay variety pack, limit at e-Vic price, $3.97


Corn, .40 each

Cucumbers, 2 for $1

Valencia oranges, 2 for $1

Sweet potatoes from NC, .69/lb

Hatch chili peppers, $1.29/lb

Strawberries, 1 lb, BOGO for $1.49 (a good price)

Fresh Express baby spinach, 6 oz., BOGO for $1.84


Chicken leg quarters, .97/lb (.69/lb at Food Lion this week)

Chicken thighs or drumsticks, $1.37/lb

HT Boneless chicken breast, frozen, 2.5 lb bag, Buy 2 Get 3 Free, regular price $10.49, price for 5 bags = $20.98 - $1.68/lb – a very good price for boneless chicken breast!

Smithfield whole pork tenderloin, BOGO for $3.14/lb

NY Strip Steak, $

HT EZ Peel Shrimp, 2 lb bag, BOGO for $10.99 to $13.99/lb

Fresh Foods Market meats & cheeses, 8 oz., Buy 2 Get 3 Free, Regular price $4.99, Total for 5 = $2 each (like paying $4 per lb – a decent price for deli meat)

Hillshire Farm lunchmeat, 8 – 9 oz., $3.33 - .35/1 coupon from 8/12 RP

Hormel Natural Choice lunchmeat, $3 - .50 printable coupon on

Dairy & Frozen

Heluva Good cheese, 8 oz., $2 - .50 printable coupon HERE = $1

Lenders bagels, BOGO for $1.12

HT White or wheat dough balls (great for pizza crust), found in deli, $1.29

Harris Teeter eggs, 1 dozen, $1.50 (.99 at Walgreens this week)

Immaculate Baking Co. cookie dough, $2.97 - .50 coupon from HERE = $1.97

Bird’s Eye Steamfresh veggies, select, 12 oz., BOGO for .99

Jimmy Dean breakfast bowls, $2 - $1 coupon from 7/29 RP = $1

Harris Teeter all natural ice cream, 48 oz., Buy 2 Get 3 Free, Regular price $5.39, Total for 5 = $10.78 ($2.16 each (a good price)


General Mills cereals, select, BOGO including:
Cheerios original for $1.64 - .50/1 coupon from = .64 (a very good price!)
Total for $1.99 - .50/1 coupon from 7/8 SS (exp. 8/18) , .75/1 Total coupon from = .49 (a great price!)
Golden Grahams for $1.57
Trix for $1.77

Kellogg’s Krave cereal, $1.99 - .70/1 coupon from 7/8 RP = .59 (a very good deal!)

Chunk light tuna, 5 oz., .77

Hunt’s snack pack pudding, 4-pack, .78

Hunt’s pasta sauce, 24 oz., .82 each

Pop-Tarts, 3 for $5 - $2 off 3 coupon from “Start School Like a Champion” booklet found in stores recently = $1 each after coupon

Nabisco Chips Ahoy cookies, 9.5 – 16 oz., Buy 2 Get 3 Free, Regular price $3.45, Total for 5 = $6.90 - $1/2 coupon for Nabisco cookies or crackers from 8/5 SS = $1.18 each (you can only use 1 coupon since you are only paying for 2. You must buy all 5 to get the sale price)

Bertolli pasta sauce, 15 – 24 oz., BOGO for $1.49 (a decent price for Bertolli, but my buy price for pasta sauce is $1 or less)

Nature’s Own 100% whole wheat bread, BOGO for $1.49

Kellogg’s Mini Wheats, 15 – 18 oz., BOGO for $1.87 each - $1.50 off fruit when you buy 2 coupon from “Start School Like a Champion booklet” found in stores recently ( I found them at Food Lion last week), $1/2 coupons from 7/8 and 7/29 RP, $1/2 printable coupon from Kellogg’s website HERE , .70/1 coupon for Mini Wheats Fruit in the Middle Raspberry flavor that was available recent'y
Total after $1/2 coupon = $1.37 each, Total if you have the .70/1 printable (which I did) = .47 - a great deal

Betty Crocker cookie mix pouch, $2 - .85/2 coupon from HERE , .75/2 coupon from 8/5 GM ($1.15 each with .85/2 coupon) – there is also a HT ZVR e-coupon available for these

Pepperidge Farm Jingos crackers, BOGO (no price list on Express Lane) - $1 printable coupon from (these should be about .50 after BOGO sale and coupon)

Nature’s Own sandwich rounds, 8 count, BOGO for $1.89 - .55/1 coupon that was on in early August = .79

Truvia, 40 count, $2.99 - $1 coupon from 6/17 RP = $1.99 (there are also .75/1 printable coupons available recently on the Truvia website (I had 2 of them in my binder making this an excellent deal! after Catalina coupon)
AND there is a Catalina deal for a $4 coupon good on your next order when you buy 2 or more packages of Truvia 40 count!
If you have 2 of the $1 coupons, your total at the register is $3.98 and then you get a coupon for $4 to use on your next transaction! More details about this Catalina can be found at

Arnold wide pan breads, BOGO for $2.14

Peter Pan peanut butter, 16.3 oz., $2.17 (my buy price is $1.50 or less for PB)

Coke, 12 count cans, Buy 2 Get 3 Free, regular price is $6.39 each, price for 5 = $12.78 ($2.56 each)

Planters Nut-rition canned nuts, BOGO for $3.57 - $1 coupon from 5/20 and 6/24 SS = $2.57


GUM Crayola flossers and toothbrush, BOGO (2-count toothbrush is on sale for $1.47) - .55/1 coupon from 8/5 SS for any GUM oral care product = .37 (.19 per toothbrush!)

Stayfree pads, $2.50 - $2 coupon from 7/22 SS = .40

Ziploc bags, EZ Zip, BOGO for $1.49 - $1/2 coupons from 7/15 and 8/12 SS = .99 each

Harris Teeter yourhome cleaners with bleach or all purpose, 32 oz., $1.33 each

Damp Rid, BOGO for $2.99 to $3.24 - $1 coupon from 6/3 SS

Wisk laundry detergent, 50 oz., $3.99 - $2 coupon from 8/12 RP = $1.99 (this is my buy price for laundry detergent)


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  • smolder13 Aug 18, 2012

    Lance cr*cker creations on sale for $2.50-.75/1 Q from the paper=$1.00

    I'll try anything for a $1. :)

  • brown121rk Aug 17, 2012

    AXE Deodorant is on sale for 3.99. $1 coupon from paper, $1 ZVR = $1.99

  • mwilson1305 Aug 16, 2012

    thesherman96 - If you call the customer service number for HT they will be able to key it in faster therefore resulting in faster e-vic. That's what I did b/c I thought it would be an immediate thing when I signed up. The woman on the phone was extremly helpful and made it possible that my evic started that following week!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Aug 16, 2012

    I agree watchhillgirl! Those Rhodes rolls are yummy! And it was so nice of you to share with your hubby. ;-)

    swbjfb - thank you for posting and for reading the blog! I really appreciate it!

    thesherman96 - I hope you and your mom had fun shopping super doubles! As corbin already mentioned, there is a delay with the e-Vic deals being loaded to your card. Hopefully you will start getting the HT e-Vic e-mails by next Wednesday, although it may be the week after. Thanks for reading the blog!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Aug 16, 2012

    Nope - the 80 count Truvia zvr will not work on the 40 count packets

    The Truvia Catalina can be used at any time after it prints. I used mine on the same day at Kroger and it scanned with no problems. The coupon is for $4 off your next purchase of anything (not just Truvia).

  • ctondee31205 Aug 16, 2012

    Oh and I have the zvr for the Truvia but it says 80 count or spoonable. Is that going to work for the 40 that's on sale?

  • ctondee31205 Aug 16, 2012

    Does the Catalina from the Truvia say you can use it same day or does it have a date stipulation? Is the $4 off of anything?

  • thesherman96 Aug 15, 2012

    Thank you corbin04!!!! I'll wait and try later.

  • corbin04 Aug 15, 2012

    re: the vic card and processing delay...there is about a 2-3 week delay in being able to load evic's, etc. They give you the vic card on the spot but mail the applications to corporate which in turn has quite a bit of delay.

  • thesherman96 Aug 15, 2012

    Thank you Faye for posting all of the weekly and daily deals!!! I am new to couponing and enjoy reading your blogs as well as comments from all your followers!!! There is a lot to learn, but I'll get there. I have a question about HT VIC cards. My Mom and I went on our first HT super double shopping trip over the weekend at Surf City. We both signed up and received our VIC cards, but I cannot get them to log in on the HT website. Is there a processing delay between getting a card and being able to log in on the website? We wanted to sign up for e-vic and start putting coupons on our cards. Thank you so much for your time and help!!!