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Lowes Foods Fresh Rewards 3-day e-offers

Posted February 25, 2011

There were some good Lowes Foods Fresh Rewards e-offers in my inbox today including Lowes Foods 2 ltr. soda for .38 and Lowes Foods oven roasted turkey breast, 8 oz package for .99! Make sure you check your e-mail to see the deals you received.

These deals are valid through Sunday, February 27 and were targeted to me. You may have received different deals.

Good deals I received include:

Lowes Foods 2 ltr. soda for .38, limit 2

Lowes Foods oven roasted turkey breast, 8 oz package for .99, limit 1

Sparkle white paper towels 8 roll pack for $3.99, limit 1

If you are not signed up to receive the Fresh Rewards e-offers, you can do so at their website at www.LowesFoods.com. If you have a Fresh Rewards card you should be getting the e-mails already.

 


 


 

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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Feb 26, 8:23 p.m.

    I got the coffee and milk deals in my e-mail as well but not really "deals" so I didn't post them. I agree about the coffee price (but I don't drink coffee so any amount is too much for me! LOL).

    I did pick up my .99 turkey breast and .38 sodas today as well as the Texas Toast croutons for .50 after coupon. :-)

  • Oxymoron02 Feb 26, 9:53 a.m.

    Mine included those 3 as well as Organic Milk for $4.99 a gallon and a 12 oz FreshSmart Coffee for $5.99.

    Reminds me of all the times recently I've been telling friends and family that are looking to save money that "sale" does not equal good price.

    $5.99 for 12 oz of coffee? That'd be a no.

    I would pay that much for milk, but unfortunately I would only pay that much for pastured/free range/forage fed, organic, nonhomogenized, RAW milk. That stuff is worth every penny, but it's also illegal to sell in NC. Probably the only food I could get when I lived in SC that I can't get here. Stuff's worth it's weight in gold. THAT is what milk should taste like.