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New Breyers ice cream .75/1 coupon = great deal at Harris Teeter!

Posted September 2, 2012

There is a new Breyers ice cream .75/1 coupon available making it a great deal with the Harris Teeter sale this week!

Breyers ice cream is on sale at Harris Teeter through Tuesday, 9/4 for Buy 2 Get 3 Free. The regular price is $6.15 each, so the price for 5 before coupons = $12.30 ($2.46 each).  You have to get all 5 to get the sale price. If you only buy 1 or two, they will ring at full price.

Print the .75/1 coupon for one Breyers ice cream found in the Smart Shopper coupons link in the box above (they just added it today). After you print the coupon, go back to the coupons page again and print it again. The link to print it a second time will be found on the last page of coupons. You can only print it twice which works out fine because can only use 2 coupons on a Buy 2 Get 3 Free deal.

Total after 2 coupons and Buy 2 Get 3 sale = $1.86 each (a great buy for Breyers).

There is also a .75/1 printable coupon for Breyers Blasts when you Like them on Facebook, but remember, you can only use 2 coupons on a Buy 2 Get 3 Free deal.


 

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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Sep 4, 2012

    cshoop, the coupon became available on Sunday so it is very possible that there are no more prints available and it's not still there. Sorry about that.

  • cshoop Sep 4, 2012

    I've been through them all and I don't see a Breyers coupon anywhere.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Sep 3, 2012

    LOL mhdeland! :-)

    boogboomer- the coupons are manufacturer coupons and they can be used at other stores and shoudl scan just fine. If a coupon indicates, "Redeemable ONLY at Walmart" it cannot be used at other stores.

    The coupons you are referring to only indicate Redeemable at Walmart I believe and should be accepted at other stores.

    With that said, some stores get a little nutty when they see another store logo or name on a printable coupon, even when it is clearly a manufacturer's coupon. So, you may find a store that will not take them. Just a heads up. I have used a number of them at stores other than Walmart with no issues.

    FYI - Some of the coupons that show Redeemable at Walmart on the website, do not print out with that wording on them.

  • mhdeland Sep 3, 2012

    I love breyers stop.hating

  • boogboomer Sep 3, 2012

    The coupons from SmartShopper that state Redeemable at Walmart - are those ONLY good at Walmart or can they be used at other stores?

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Sep 3, 2012

    As with any deal I post, some will want it and some won't. It's not "insanity" for those who like and use Breyers regularly. And many of us have extra freezers and stock up when items are 1/3 their regular cost. We have some specific flavors of Breyers we like and based on the shelves at HT, there are many other people who also like Breyers. For those who don't, please share any other ice cream deals you have found! :-)

  • citylefty Sep 3, 2012

    Use the coupon at FoodLion where they have a buy 1, get 1 free deal. They don't double but their price is a little lower than HT. If need be, hold the coupon for a later date. Very few can get 5 ice creams unless we have a big freezer or are having a big party (sounds like a great idea).
    BTW- I still love Bryers Mint Chocolate Chip and Cherry Vanilla.

  • smolder13 Sep 2, 2012

    I wonder if that's why the last container of Breyer's I bought seemed so terrible to me. I didn't look carefully at the container before I threw it away, but after that I swore I wouldn't buy Breyer's again.

  • Hip-Shot Sep 2, 2012

    I agree with "heelsrule". The frozen dairy dessert is dreadful. I was unfortunate enough to accidentally pick it up in cherry vanilla and it was so bad I threw it away. It tasted like cough syrup.

  • heelsrule Sep 2, 2012

    Be very careful when buying Breyers ice cream. They have changed the formulation in a lot of their products. Check the package to see if you are buying ice cream or frozen dairy dessert. The frozen dairy dessert uses high fructose corn syrup instead of sugar and they have reduced the amount of milk and cream. They have add a lot of additives and preservatives as well. The frozen dairy dessert does not meet the legal definition of ice cream. Buyer beware.

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