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WRAL SmartShopper

Grocery deals 7-21

Posted July 21, 2010
Updated July 23, 2010

This week brings more great summer produce deals, another week of the super Kroger Buy 10 Get $5 off Promo and a new giveaway from Food Lion. There is also a fabulous Catalina (register coupon) deal for Kraft cheese at Kroger.


Harris Teeter
July 21 – July 27


Obviously, Harris Teeter is not tripling coupons this week. We can only hope it will be next week! I'll let you know if I get a confirmation.

E-Vic Special: Dannon Yogurt singles on sale for .40 each - $1.00/10 coupon from 6/13 (coupon not good on Light & Fit) = .30 each, limit 10

There is also a page of Harris Teeter coupons for store brand products in the sales ad this week.


Corn .40/ear

Large Peaches $1.29/lb

Cherries $1.99/lb ( a very good price for cherries)

HT White potatoes, 5 lb bag $3.49


Split chicken breast .99/lb

Boston Butt prok ribs $1.99/lb

Beef back ribs $2.49/lb

Hillshire Farm Deli lunchmeat , 16 oz $5.00 - .35/1 coupon from 7/11 = $4.30 (pretty good price for a pound of deli meat)

Jimmy Dean breakfast sausage, 12 – 16 oz $3.00 - $1.00/2 coupon from 6/13 = $2.50

Tilpaia Fillets $3.99/lb – a good price for fresh fish

Mahi Mahi $4.99/lb

Dairy and Frozen

Dannon Danimals or Crush $1.99 - $1 coupon from 7/18 = .99

Dannon Danactive or Activia Yogurt $3.00 - $1 coupon from 6/6 (Danactive coupon) or 7/18 (Activia coupon) = $1.00

Daisy Sour Cream, 24 oz $2.50 - .50 coupon from 6/6 = $1.50

Harris Teeter Premium Orange Juice, 64 oz $2.00

Luigi’s Italian Ice BOGO for $1.74 - .50/1 coupon from 6/27 that will double

Super Pretzels BOGO for $1.50 each (no coupons available for these right now)

Mayfield Ice Cream on sale BOGO for $2.99


Vintage Seltzer, 33.8 oz BOGO for .49

HT Raisins 7-9 oz $1.00

Mission Soft Tacos, $1.50

Grande Tortilla chips $2.50 - $1 coupon from 6/27 = $1.50

Honey Nut Cheerios $2.50 - $1.00/2 printable coupon = $2.00 each

General Mills Golden Grahams and Lucky Charms $2.50 - $1.00/2 coupon from 7/11 = $2.00 each

Coke 12 packs, 12 oz cans Buy 2 Get 3 Free (regular price for 1 is $5.99, total cost for 5 when you buy 2 at $5.99 = $11.98 ($2.39 per 12 pack – a good deal)

Deer Park water, 24 pack, 24 pack .5 ltr BOGO for $3.74


Secret deodorant $1.99 - .75 coupon from 7/4 = .49

HT Latex Gloves, 1 count BOGO for .73

HT Disposable gloves, 12 count .89

Vo5 Shampoo or conditioner .79

Bayer Children’s or Regimen Aspirin 32-36 count $1.99 - $1 coupon from 6/27 = .99

Heft One Zip bags BOGO for $2.12 - .55/2 coupon from 5/23

Hefty Easy Grip Cups or Foam Plates BOGO for $1.49 for plates and $1.69 for cups - $1.00/2 coupon from 5/16 = .99 - $1.19 (depending on product you buy)

Marble Composition Books Buy 2 get 3 Free (regular price $1.99 so total for 5 = $3.98 (.79 each – these are on sale at Walmart this week for .25 each)

Harris Teeter brand diapers, jumbo pack $6.99


Lowes Foods
July 21 – July 27



Large mangoes .99 each

Blueberries BOGO for $1.99/pint


Butterball turkey franks, bunsize, 16 oz BOGO for $1.50 - .75/1 from 6/27 = FREE!

Sanderson Farms chicken thighs or drumsticks, value pack .97/lb

Ground beef, 80% lean $2.47/lb

Plumrose deli meats, 7- 9 oz BOGO for $2.00

Beacon Light Tilapia fillets, 12 oz BOGO for $3.00

Beacon Light Steam Series Garlic Herb Mahi Mahi, 12 oz BOGO for $3.50

Beacon Light Steam Series Lemon and Dill Salmon 12 oz BOGO for $3.85

Dairy and Frozen

Dannon Yogurt .50 each - $1.00/10 from 6/13 (coupon excludes Light and Fit variety, which my Lowes Foods mainly carries. They don’t even carry the fruit on the bottom anymore) = .40 each after coupon

Lowes Foods Sherbet, 32 oz $1.50

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel $2.00 each - .55/2 from 5/16 = $1.45 each

Lowes Foods Ice Cream, 56 oz BOGO for $2.50

Lowes Foods frozen pizza, 20.5 oz – 22.85 oz $2.99

Frozen Food Catalina Deal: Buy $12.00 worth of products listed between 7/21 and 7/27 and get a coupon at checkout for $4 off your next order. Products include:

Edy’s and Haagen Dazs cups $1 each

Edy’s Ice Cream BOGO for $2.41 - $1.00/2 coupon from 5/23 Parade = $1.91 each

Haagen Dazs 14 oz $3.00

Edy’s Fruit Bars $3.00

Dibs Bite Sized snacks 140 ct $3.99

Skinny Cow Frozen Treats $3.99

Nestle Drumstick $4.99


Hunt’s Ketchup, 24 oz .88 - .20/1 from 6/20 = .48

Kellogg’s Cereals including Corn Flakes, Frosted Flakes, Raisin Bran Crunch BOGO for $1.73 - $1.25/3 from 6/27 or $1.00/2 printable = $1.23 each with $1/2 coupon

Fiber One Cereal $2.50 - .75/1 coupon for honey clusters from 6/20 = $1.00 or $1.50/2 coupon for any Fiber One coupon from 6/20

Fresh Rewards Cash deal on Lowes Foods peanuts, 16 oz :
Sale: $2.50 each
FRC: Buy 4 and earn $2.00 Fresh Rewards Cash
Total for 4 after sale and $2 FRC = $8.00 ($2.00 each)

Fresh Rewards Cash deal on Hershey’s extra large bars or 8-pack single bars
Sale: $1.25 each
FRC: Buy 4 and earn $2.00 Fresh Rewards Cash
Total for 4 after sale and $2 FRC = $3.00 (.75 each)

Italian 5 grain bread from the deli BOGO for $1.49

Doritos BOGO for $1.99

Lowes Foods soda 12 pack, 12 oz cans $2.47


Pampers baby wipes $1.99 - $2 coupon from 6/6 - FREE

Scott paper towels 6 roll choose a size mega rolls $4.99 - $1 coupon from All You Magazine August 2010 = $3.99

Food Lion
July 21 – July 27


Great Grocery Giveaway Shop & Win Promotion: You will receive a free scratch and win card with each transaction and you can earn bonus scratch cards when you purchase participating featured store items each week. There are 2 ways to win. Scratch off three "$" circles. If the three symbols underneath match, you win. You can also scratch the 'Internet Code' box on your card and play online for a second chance to win.

This week’s Food Lion printable coupons include 4 Store Coupons (NOT manufacturer coupons as they were last week). The coupons include the following:

$1 on Reddi wip 7 oz
$1 off Sara Lee Whole Grain White bread
$1 off any Mr & Mrs T’s Mixer
$1.00 off 4 8-packs of Nestle candy


Cabbage .39/lb

Red grapes .99/lb

Cantaloupe BOGO for $1.25

Mangoes $1.29 each

Red or Black plums $1.69/lb


Boston Butt Roast $1.16/lb

Country style pork ribs $1.26/lb

Ground chuck $1.87/lb, value pack

Food Lion deli ham, select varieties $3.88/lb

Food Lion Frozen Shrimp BOGO

Dairy and Frozen

Food Lion yogurt singles, 6 oz .45 each

Smart Option orange juice, 64 oz $1.98

Bird’s Eye frozen veggies, 12 oz BOGO

Food Lion Ice Cream, 48 oz $1.99, limit 2


Coke and Sprite 2 ltrs .99

White House Apple Juice, 64 oz BOGO for $1.25

General Mills cereals BOGO including Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Cookie Crisp, Honey Nut Cheerios, Reese’s Peanut Butter crunch - $1.00/2 coupon from 7/11


Arm & Hammer laundry detergent, 50 oz BOGO for $3.00 - $2/2 from 7/18 = $2 each (a good buy)

There is also a $2/1 coupon for the Arm & Hammer powder gel – if that is also on sale for $3, the total = $1 after coupons – a great deal!

July 21 – July 27


Kroger is running the great Buy 10 items, get $5 off promotion again this week! Buy 10 participating items and get $5 off instantly at the register. You can couple the $5 promo discount with manufacturer coupons for even greater savings. You can do get the $5 discount more than once in a transaction as long as you have enough participating products. For example, if you have 20 participating products, you will get $10 off your total at checkout. If you have 30 participating items you will get $15 off your total. Remember, you can couple manufacturer's coupons with the promo for excellent buys! See this week's ad for all the details. I'll have the full Kroger deals list on Wednesday with the other grocery store deals.

Here are some of the good buys with this promotion:

Suave deodorant $1.00 after discount - .50 coupon from 7/11 = FREE!

Softsoap handsoap $1.00 after discount - .50 printable coupon = FREE!

Pepsi soft drinks 2 lts .49 after discount

Kraft singles and shredded cheese .99 after discount - $1.00/2 coupon from Penguin display found in stores a few weeks ago = .49 each (a very good price for 8 oz shredded cheese!)

Kraft Phili Cream Cheese, 5-8 oz .99 after discount - $1.00/2 coupon from the Penguin coupon

display found in stores a few weeks ago = .49 each

Kraft Catalina Deal: PLUS, when you buy 5 of the Kraft cheese products, you get a $5 coupon good on your next order. The price of 5 after the Kroger promo = $4.95 and then you get a $5 coupon that you can then use on your next order. Use it to buy 5 more and they will be free!  If you have the $1.00/2 coupons from the penguin coupon display, you will save even more!

Tombstone Pizza $2.49 after discount - $2 printable coupon = .49

Lever 2000, 2 bar pack $1.50 after discount - .50 coupon from 7/11 = .50

Wishbone salad dressing $1.49 after discount - .75 coupon from 6/27 = .74

Dannon Danimals $1.79 after discount - $1 coupon from 6/6 (expires 7/18) = .79 each

Dannon Dan-o-nino $2.00 - $1.50 coupon from 6/6 = .50

Breyer's Ice Cream, 48 oz $1.97 after discount - .75/2 coupon from 6/27 = $1.59 each

Lean Cuisine entrees $1.88 after discount - $1.00/5 coupon from 5/2 = $1.68


Avocados .88 each

Peaches .99/lb

Sweet onions .99/lb

Sprite melons $1.00 each

Whole watermelon $2.99

Jumbo russet potatoes, 8 lb bag $3.33


Pilgrim’s Pride Boneless Skinless Chicken breast $1.99/lb

Pork Chops $1.99/lb

Boneless Ribeye Steak $5.99/lb

Trans Ocean Crab Classic BOGO for $1.99

Kroger Pollack frozen fillets, 12 oz $1.50

Dairy and Frozen

Milk $2.39/gallon (a very good price)


Kellogg’s Cereal, select varieties $1.98 - $1.00/2 printable coupon = $1.48 per box (there is also a $1.25/3 printable coupon at the same link)

Doritos $1.99


Crest toothpaste select varieties $1.00 - .50 coupon from 6/6 = FREE!

Oxford portfolio, 2 pocket .15

Crayola crayons, 24 count, .25

Papermate pens, 10 count, 3 for $1

Crayola markers, 10 count, $1.00

Cottonelle bathroom tissue, 12 double rolls $4.99 - .50 coupon from 7/11 = $3.99


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  • dbztward Jul 28, 2010


  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jul 27, 2010

    No, there is NO HT triples on 7/28. I promise, if we are having triples or super doubles I will let you know many days before if we are having them. The newest rumor is possibly super doubles starting 8/4 but no confirmation yet. I should know by Friday.

  • dbztward Jul 27, 2010


  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jul 24, 2010

    Lowes Foods Deal: Sara Lee Classic White Bread on sale for $1.50. There are .55/1 peelie coupons on the bags of bread. They do double making each loaf 40 cents - a very good deal.

    Although we don't usually buy white bread, it's time for a homegrown tomato, cuke, mayo and white bread sandwich!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jul 23, 2010

    Thanks for the catch on the typo, nimboo. It was supposed to be a $2 coupon for the Pampers wipes and I just corrected it.

    rm - some of the items are not organic, you are correct. But they are priced in the same range as the organics so you are still paying more per lb for the produce than at the grocery stores when there is a good sale or my local roadside produce stand. I am not sure how the hold works but it didn't seem like there was that much flexibility that you could choose to do it only once a month. They may be willing to work with you on it though. Definitely let us know if you decide to use it. The nice thing about the delivery is that you don't have to make that extra effort to go get it. My sister-in-law was part of a CSA and many times she was not in town on Saturdays to pick up her produce at the designated time & location. Sometimes we picked it up, but other times she just didn't get it (although it was paid for). This option makes it much easier to get your produce.

  • rmwilliams Jul 22, 2010

    Faye thank you for taking a look at the papaspud option. I'm not currently doing the organics, but the more I read about it the more I'm considering. I was under the impression that they had organic and non-organic, but maybe I read it wrong. In reading their FAQ I also noticed that you do have control to put the deliveries on hold within the coming month, so you would be able to sort of create a biweekly or once a month delivery. I'm still a bit unsure about the pricing and whether it's a good deal. Will let you know if I get any other feedback or try it out.

  • nimboo Jul 22, 2010

    Thanks Faye, I just got confused with your deal. I think its typo under Lowes Food for
    Pampers baby wipes $1.99 - $1 coupon from 6/6 - FREE
    I am sure you are talking about the $2 coupon.

  • kab Jul 22, 2010

    Thanks Faye! And thanks for letting me know about the Kroger in FV - I didn't even know one was there!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jul 22, 2010

    rmwilliams - I checked out papaspuds and it's an interesting option. The prices compare with other organic prices you would pay for grocery store produce including places like whole foods. The benefit is that it is mostly local and the delivery is free. The negative is that unless you already pay the organic prices, you will be paying more. The celery is $3.30 for 1 bunch and the the tomatoes are $2.20 per lb. The delivery area includes Raleigh and Cary, but not Johnston County or Wake Forest (although there is a single site pickup location in WF). For me, it's not an option because I live near Clayton and there is no delivery here. In addition, we are growing alot of our produce, so I would not want to commit to a minimum of $23 per week delivery. If you already buy mostly organics and live in Raleigh or Cary, this looks like a good way to support local farmers. Anyone out there using papaspuds right now? Would love to hear your feedback.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jul 22, 2010

    nimboo - Lowes Foods doubles coupons that are .99 or less. Any coupons $1 or more will only be at face value and will not increase in value. Click on the box on the home page of this blog for all the details about the store coupon doubling policies for Lowes, Harris Teeter and Kroger. If you have any more questions, just let me know! :-)

    Thanks for the Reeses's and Peter Pan info, Happygirl08! As we get closer to September, there should be more PB coupons available as part of back to school marketing.