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Harris Teeter Super Doubles rumor

Posted February 10, 2011

It looks like Harris Teeter will offer their Super Doubles promotion from 2/16 - 2/22 so it's time to get those coupons ready! Below are the policies during Super Doubles and a short list of deals from the ad. I will start working on a master deals list. Feel free to start posting deals on this thread and I will add them to the master list once it's started. Thanks to pss3 for the heads up! Let's have some fun!

Coupon policy during Super Doubles:

* HT begins super doubling coupons at 7:00 AM on the first day of the sale. 24 hour stores do not super double coupons before 7:00 AM on the first day (at least that is how it has worked in the past).

* HT will Super Double coupons worth up to $1.98 face value. A $1.50 coupon will double to $3.00. A $1.00 coupon will double to $2.00. A $2.00 coupon will not double at all and will only be taken at face value ($2.00).

* HT will super double/double up to 20 coupons per day. Period. End of story. Spouse's cards registered with the same address are linked because the policy is 20 per household, per day. If you have 20 $1 coupons and 20 .75 coupons, only 20 total will double. They will not double 20 coupons that are under $1 and also super double another 20 coupons that are over $1. It's 20 total per day.

* HT policy is to double up to 3 identical coupons (as long as you buy the product required for each coupon, of course). So, if you have five $1.00 coupons for a product, the policy is to only super double the first three.

Here is an initial list of sale items from the Super Doubles ad from Hotcouponworld.com who got it from weusecoupons.com. Thanks to both sites!

HT sales starting 2/16

Buy One Get One Free:
Harris Teeter 8 oz Shredded Cheese
Hebrew National Kosher Beef Franks
Kleenex Facial Tissue
Doritos Chips 12 oz
Planters NUT*Trition or Deluxe Mixed Nuts
Chuck Roast or Lean Stew Meat
Fresh Boneless Chicken Breast
Smithfield Pork Baby Back Ribs
Farmers Market Sweet Cantaloupe
Fresh Foods Market Pre-Sliced Meats & Cheese
Barilla Pasta Sauce 24 oz

Buy 2 Get 3 Free (Limit 10 Total)
Pepsi 2 Liters
Old Orchard 64 oz 100% Juice
Colgate Toothpaste 6.4 oz
Barilla Pasta

Regular sales:

Sockeye Salmon Fillets 6.99/lb
Tangerine or Naval Oranges 5/$2
Washington State Pears 1.29/lb
Farmer’s Market Mini Carrots 2/$3
Sweet Onions .99/lb
Bell Peppers .99 each
Ocean Spray Cranberries 2/$5
Florida Naval Oranges 5.49
Farmers Market Eastern Green Apples 1.29/lb
Bunch Brocolli 2/$4
Fresh Crisp Green Beans 1.49/lb
Blooming Amaryllis 8.99
Grape Tomatoes 2/$5
Fresh Express Salads 2/$5
East Coast Fresh Hot or Mild Salsa 2/$7
Brussel Sprouts 2/$5
Rose & Gerbera Bouquet 6.99

Fresh Foods:
Smoked or Honey Smoked Turkey 5.99/lb
Domestic Swiss 5.99/lb
Ham Off the Bone 5.99/lb
Fresh Made Tuna Salad 4.99/lb
Alouette Cheese Spreads 3.99

Bakery:
12 count Fresh Baked Cookies 2.97
LaBrea 3 Cheese Semonlia 3.49
Pumpkin Pie 9” 5.99
Pumpkin Spice Cookies 3.49
Arnold Bread BOGO

 

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  • jalonzo Feb 13, 2011

    There are a TON of other items on sale. The ad is LONG it is liste don my blog at www.moolasavingmom.blogspot.com

  • momboozer Feb 11, 2011

    I like that Kroger and HT are on different weekly schedules. I can sometimes wait until the next K ad like next week with mega values and see if there are better deals than this week's HT ad. It is nice to be able to plan ahead because of info found here and with Kaye. :)

  • Oxymoron02 Feb 11, 2011

    Ooooh, I was in Target today and there were peelies on the Sierra Mist, $1 off 2. If they're included in the B2G3, even if they're obsurdly marked up, like $2.19 each, with the Q they'll work out to less than 50 cents a bottle, which is my "better clear out room in the shed honey" price for name brand soda.

    If you like Sierra Mist, look for the peelies. They expire in May.

  • Nancy Feb 10, 2011

    See? Now you're ahead of the curve somewhat momboozer :) Now when the 15th rolls around, after dinner, you can sit down and get back on EL online and check what's on sale that might match up with your coupons :)

    Makes it easy to shop that way - I make my list on an envelope, with prices/coupon value doubled beside that and off I go.

    I'm in/out/saved and home in a flash :)

  • momboozer Feb 10, 2011

    Nancy, I did just go through Express Lane on HT site just now. I made a list of all my >$1 coupons and looked at their regular price compared to what I know I can get it elsewhere most anytime onsale. This gave me a good start list of things I was willing to purchase even if they did not go on sale next week. I did not include things that usually go on sale cheaper than the extra double amt of the coupon.

  • Nancy Feb 10, 2011

    shawmatthews - Super Doubles means they will double a coupon with a face value UP TO $1.98 and double it. Normal double coupons is doubling coupons with a face value UP TO $0.99 cents.

  • ncairguy Feb 10, 2011

    A basic question: what makes Super Doubles "super" ... doesn't HT double coupons everyday?

  • j3434 Feb 10, 2011

    yes, nancy. i second the value of the express lane and the equivalents at foodlion.com and lowesfoods.com. that's where i went bargain shopping for oreos for the superbowl when they're weren't on faye's lists anywhere but we had to have them. ;)

  • Nancy Feb 10, 2011

    REMINDER: Usually no later than 4pm on Tuesday before SD's begins, you can look up prices on products at HT on their Express Lane weblink. Type in the name of the product, it will show you the regular price and if it is on sale, the sale price will also show up in red.

    It's a great way to check those items with high value coupons you think might be of good use during the sale.

    And as we know, many times items are on sale in the store but not listed in the ad.

    Express Lane is worth the time :)

  • Oxymoron02 Feb 10, 2011

    momboozer, ijstarr28 is right on the money with this one.

    For example, during the last SD I went through and pulled out all my high value Qs for shelf stable things I knew I could use eventually. Then I sorted out the "these rarely go on sale or have Qs" and made a list. In my shopping else where, I wrote down what others were charging for the short list of things I was considering getting JUST because it was SD.

    The one thing I distinctly remember grabbing was Pedialyte. I had 3 $1.50 off Qs, and while HT was more expensive than EVERY other place I priced them, they weren't more than $1 over what I was seeing, and after SD the Q they were less at HT than generic was pretty much everywhere, so using the Q seemed like a good idea. I have a newborn, I don't want to pay a premium at 3 am because I have to have it in the next few months.

    Rarely should you use a Q just to use it, but this is ONE example of when it is a good idea. Just do your homework.

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