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Harris Teeter deals 6/1

Posted June 1, 2011

Harris Teeter has some great deals this week on eggs, cucumbers, peaches, Wisk, hot dogs, pudding, Ragu, Raisin Bran and more! These deals are good from 6/1 to 6/7/11.


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!).

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.

E-Vic deals this week:

Harris Teeter large eggs, 18 count $1.57, limit 1

Clorox Liquid Bleach 96 oz $1.27, limit 1

Wisk 50 oz $3.47 - $2 coupon from5/15 RP = $1.47 (a good deal)


Cucumbers .59 each (a good price)

Peaches from SC .99/lb – a good price

Green Leaf or Romaine Lettuce $1.69 each

Strawberries, 1 lb BOGO

Red raspberries, 6 oz BOGO


Boneless chicken breast frozen, 2.5 lb bag BOGO

Whole pork tenderloin BOGO

EZ Peel White Shrimp Buy 2 Get 3 Free, limit 5 total

Oscar Mayer bun-length meat franks, 16 oz Buy 2 Get 3 Free (reg price $3.99) - $1/2 from 5/15 SS, limit 10 Total for 5 is $7.98 - $1/2 coupon = $6.98 ($1.39 each)

Dairy & Frozen

Kozy Shack pudding BOGO for $1.64 (including CowRageous variety) - .75/1 CowRageous coupon from 3/27 SS = .14 each (obviously an excellent price if you buy pudding)

Kozy Shack pudding 22 oz BOGO for $1.74 - .40/1 coupon from 3/6 SS = .94 each

Sunny D 64 oz drink BOGO for $1.09 - .25 coupon from 5/15 SS = .59

Smart Balance spreads, 8-15 oz BOGO for $1.64 - $1/2 coupon from 5/8 SS

Harris Teeter shredded cheese 8 oz BOGO for $1.34 each (a pretty good deal (stock up price is $1 or less per 8 oz cheese)

Smart Balance milk, 64 oz $3.00 - $1.50 coupon from 5/8 SS = $1.50

Eggland’s Best large eggs, 1 dozen $2.29 - .35/1 coupon from 5/1 SS = $1.59 (the e-Vic deal is a much better price this week)

Dannon yogurt multi-packs $2.49 - $2.89: Buy 2 and get a free gallon of Harris Teeter milk – various Dannon coupons in the 6/5 inserts making this a decent deal

Smart Ones frozen entrees BOGO - $1/5 printable coupon

Popsicle ice pops and ice bars BOGO for $2.39

Harris Teeter ice cream Buy 2 Get 3 Free, limit 10 total


Vlassic Stackers of Spears pickles BOGO for $1.29 to $1.69 - .75 coupon found on shelves in-stores recently. If store doubles it, they will be free to .19 each!

Harris teeter cola 2 ltr .87 (a good price for 2 ltr soda)

Ragu pasta sauce, 23.9 – 24 oz BOGO for $1.39 - $1.25/3 coupon from 5/22 RP = .97 each (a stock-up price)

Raisin Bran Crunch, Raisin Bran, Frosted Flakes BOGO – .70/1 Raisin Bran printables, $1/2 Raisin Bran from 5/15 RP, $1/3 any Kelloggs cereal from 5/15 RP

Old Orchard Healthy Balance Juice, 64 oz Buy 2 Get 3 Free - .50/1 printable, $1/2 printable coupon

Ocean Spray Craisins Buy 2 Get 3 Free, limit 10

Nature’s Own sandwich rounds BOGO for $1.59 each

Thomas English Muffins BOGO for $1.94 (an ok price and these go on sale BOGO at area stores all the time)


V05 shampoo or conditioner .89

Purex laundry detergent BOGO for $2.99 - $1 coupon from 5/1 RP = $1.99

Dog Chow or Puppy Chow BOGO



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  • HappyGirl08 Jun 3, 2011

    I freeze shredded cheese all the time. Block cheese too. For the most part my shredded cheese goes on salads or tacos so I think the taste is just fine. If I want block cheese to cut and eat for snacks I leave it out but when it gets closer to holiday time I make some to die for homemade mac and cheese so if I free that and then shred it later it cooks well and the taste is still excellent. (I find that the freezing just makes it a little bit crumbly so slicing is difficult.)

  • pss3 Jun 3, 2011

    lbusta66-I freeze shredded cheese all the time, it works fine if you will be using the cheese to cook with. I have used some in a salad and it tasted fine but had a softer texture.

    tmac-I've never heard of an HT price matching but if you have a print ad, it might be worth asking at customer service before you shop. I'm pretty sure the answer will be no, but you never know if you don't ask. Walmart does price matching with the printed ad but doesn't double coupons.

  • lbusta66 Jun 3, 2011

    Does shredded cheese freeze very well?

  • j3434 Jun 1, 2011

    well, then i'm just gonna give my free xtra to my mother in law. :) thanks!

  • tmac24duke Jun 1, 2011

    Does HT price match? I looked at their website where they mention competitor coupon matching, but didn't know if they would price match for sale items. For instance, Kellogg's Pops Cereal on sale at FL this week for $1.89. .70/1 printable coupon would double at HT. Could I get the cereal at HT for .49?

  • tmac24duke Jun 1, 2011

    For even more off of the BOGO Dog Chow, go to for a $2 coupon!

  • senglish27529 Jun 1, 2011

    j - the Eggland's Best eggs behave just like regular eggs in all applications that I've tried (and I think they *are* regular eggs that come from chickens that were fed a special diet). DH will only eat EB eggs, so that's all I use for the limited amount of baking that I do. I've never had a problem with them.

  • NCSUPackfan Jun 1, 2011

    I have never used Xtra laundry detergent, but I get a free 58-75oz bottle. You can't beat a free bottle of laundry detergent!

  • Nancy Jun 1, 2011

    j3434, if it's marked HE - you can, if not, do not use it, it will create way too much suds, even if used sparingly.

  • j3434 Jun 1, 2011

    i got my free xtra! yea! now, someone tell me if i can actually use it in my front loader or if i'm gonna screw something up. :)