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Carlie C's deals 5/13: Pepsi, pork ribs, mustard & more!

Posted May 13, 2013


Carlie C's has some very good Grand Opening deals for the new Raleigh location on New Bern Avenue and the Garner location! You'll find Pepsi 2 ltrs. for .79, roma tomatoes for $1.29/lb, country style pork ribs for $1.58/lb, mustard for only .33, Nestle bottled water for $1.49, canned veggies for .50 each and more! Please share any other good deals you find.

The ad deals run from Monday through Sunday so the new deals list will be published each Monday.

Coupon Policy: Carlie C’s accepts manufacturer's coupons. They do not double coupons. They will accept 4 coupons for 4 of the same item. If you have 5 of the same coupon and buy 5 of the item, they will accept 4 of the coupons and not the fifth one. For the full coupon policy, see their website.

The following deals are valid 5/13 - 5/19.

Grand opening deals for the New Bern Avenue and Garner Station Blvd locations only:

Lemons, .39 each

Green cabbage, .45/lb

White onions, .69/lb

Mangoes, .83 each

Roma tomatoes, $1.29/lb

Fresh Express 12 oz garden or 8 oz shredded lettuce, $1.50 - .55 coupon from 3/10 SS

Russet potatoes, 5 lb bag, $1.99

Stevens hot dogs or red hots, 12 oz, 2 for $1

Fresh fryer thighs or drumsticks, .98/lb

Country style pork ribs, bone in, $1.58/lb

Assorted pork chops, family pack, bone-in, $1.48/lb

Center cut pork chops, family pack, bone-in, $1.7/8/lb

Boneless beef sirloin steak, $3.78/lb

Smithfield premium sliced bacon, 12 oz, 2 for $4.50

Eggland’s Best eggs, BOGO - .35/1 coupon from 4/28 SS

Pet orange juice, gallon, $2.50

Pictsweet vegetables, 22 – 28 oz select, BOGO

Eggos, BOGO - .75/2 from 4/28 RP, $1/3 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above

Sister Shuberts rolls, 11 – 20 oz., $1.99 - .75/1 coupons from 3/24 SS, .50/1 coupons from All You Magazine in March and April, .75/1 SavingStar coupon

IGA ice cream, 56 oz., $2.00

IGA squeeze mustard, 9 oz, 3 for $1.00

IGA pork & beans, 15 oz., 2 for $1

IGA potato chips, 5 – 5.5 oz, .68

IGA evaporated milk, 12 oz., .69

Pepsi 2 ltrs, .79

IGA BBQ sauce, 18 oz., .79

IGA ketchup, 24 oz, BOGO

Nature’s Own White Wheat bread, 20 oz., BOGO

Nestle Pure Life water, 12 pack bottles, 16.9 oz bottles, $1.99 - $1/2 coupon from 4/28 SS = $1.49 each (good price if you buy bottled water)

Marcal small steps bath tissue, 12 double rolls, $3.99

Deals good at all the Carlie C’s locations:


Lemons, .39 each

Green cabbage, .49/lb

White onions, .79/lb

Mangoes, $1 each

Roma tomatoes, $1.39/lb

Fresh Express 12 oz garden or 8 oz shredded lettuce, $1.50 - .55 coupon from 3/10 SS

Russet potatoes, 5 lb bag, $2.29


Assorted pork chops, bone in, $1.68/lb

Country style pork ribs, bone in, $1.78/lb

Center cut pork chops, family pack, bone in, $1.98/lb.

Boneless chicken breast fillets, $2.18/lb

Boneless chuck roast, $2.98/lb

Beef boneless sirloin steak, $3.98/lb

Armour meat hot dogs, 12 oz, $1.00

Sunnyland jumbo franks, meat, 16 oz, $1.69

Stars smoked sausage, 16 oz., $1.99

Sunnyland sliced bacon, 12 oz., $2.69

Dairy & Frozen

Better Valu singles, 10.6 oz, .79

Borden sandwich mate singles, 8 oz, .88

Morning fresh jumbo biscuits, 16 oz., $1.00

Morning Fresh sour cream, 16 oz, $1.25

Better Valu orange juice, 59 oz., $1.50

IGA vegetables, frozen, 16 oz, $1.25


IGA salt, 26 oz, .39

IGA canned vegetables, 14.75 – 16 oz., 2 for $1 – good price

IGA long grain rice, 1 lb, .59

Garland Jack’s BBQ sauce, $1.25 - $1/2 coupon from 5/12 SS = .75 each

Libby’s fruit cocktail, 15.25 oz., $1.00


IGA aluminum foil, 25 sq ft., .78

Charmin Basic bath tissue, 12 double rolls, $4.78 - .25 coupon from 5/12 PG

Bounty Basic paper towels, 8 rolls, $4.78 - .25 coupon from 5/12 PG

Luvs jumbo diapers, $6.99


Carlie C's is based in Dunn, NC and has 16 stores in North Carolina including locations in Raleigh, Durham, Garner, Fayetteville, Benson, Goldsboro and more.


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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper May 13, 2013

    Thanks neecy - I'll see what they say.

  • neecy May 13, 2013

    Quemaster, I too have heard this information. I was told that the former Kroger on the corner of Martin Luther King Blvd & Raleigh Blvd will be Carlie C's. However, no confirmation yet.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper May 13, 2013

    Quemaster - I love it when you post because you always share info about cooking meat that I did not know! We don't eat much red meat so I really appreciate it when you answer all the meat questions.

    Feel free to monopolize any day of the week.

    No word on the new location. Which one is it and I'll call the Carlie C's corporate to ask about it?

  • wildfrenchrose May 13, 2013

    Yeah, I had to go back to C's on Sat am, and you couldn't hardly get to the meat counter it was so crowded. I think I'll stick to weekdays with them...

  • quemaster May 13, 2013

    Sorry to monopolize. FAYE! I heard that there was another former Kroger location that was turning into a C's. Any truth to it? Know where it might be?

  • quemaster May 13, 2013

    I was at the C's yesterday. It was BUSY! BTW...the Wilder's Grove (Raleigh) location has several nice items they are giving away via a drawing! Be sure to register.

  • quemaster May 13, 2013

    The key to good ribs is simple: Low and slow. This means low heat (250-275) and cook them slow. Your goal is to get the meat to 200 degrees for at least 20-30 minutes. This breaks down the connective tissue and really makes them good. I like the "southern style" for the extra meat. If cooking in the over, add some Liquid Smoke to your 'que sauce, place in dutch oven (If spare, whole or baby back I'd put them on the side so the end of the bone is at the bottom of the pot) and bake them. I then broil each side for a few minutes to "finish them off". BTW...Walmart sells a porcelain cast iron dutch oven for approx. $40 that is as good as Le Creuset. It is my go to pot for stove top and oven.

  • wildfrenchrose May 13, 2013

    Any good ideas for cooking ribs, other than grilling? I don't have a place to do that, except an indoor electric grill.

  • wildfrenchrose May 13, 2013

    jdouglas, they cut some london broils in half for me, and said they would grind if asked. nakabi, did you make it there?

  • jdouglas13 May 13, 2013

    Nakabi, I think it is a good price for ribs, especially country style which are meatier than baby back or the bigger ribs.

    Has anyone had meat custom ground yet at Carlie C? The prices on chuck roasts and sirloin steaks aren't too bad, and I am officially out of chopped meat now. Oh the horror!! ;) lol