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Food Lion Deals 10/12: String cheese, chicken thighs, pork roast

Posted October 12, 2016

Food Lion has some great deals starting Wednesday, 10/12 including chicken drumsticks or thighs, pork roast, shrimp, pre-sliced cheese, tuna, string cheese, Pepsi, Beneful, the Buy 5 Get $5 Off Promo and more!

These deals are valid Wednesday, October 12 – Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Food Lion Easy As Pie Promotion

Shop 6 times between Sept 28 and November 22. Spend $50 or more each time using your MVP card. Once you reach 6 qualified trips, a $20 coupon will print on the bottom of our receipt. Use it on your next shopping trip with your MVP card. You do not have to save any tickets for this promotion like they have required in the past.

Buy 5 Save $5 Promotion

This promotion is valid from October 5 – 18. Buy multiples of 5 of the participating products and get $5 off at the register instantly. Limit 10 on any single participating item.

Here are the better deals from the ad this week:

Colgate select toothpastes, 3.5 – 5.8 oz, including Optic White, $2.99 - $1 discount promo and $1 coupon from 10/2 SS = .99

Famous Amos cookies, 12.4 oz, $2.49 - $1 promo discount = $1.49

Food Lion string cheese, 8 – 12 oz, $2.50 - $1 promo discount = $1.50

Purina Beneful dry dog food, 3.5 lb bag, $4.49 - $2 coupon from 8/21 RP = $2.29


Cucumbers, 2 fo r$1

Green peppers, .69 each

Jonagold apples, $1.29/lb

Red vine cluster tomatoes, $1.49/lb

Anjou pears, $1.49/lb

Sweetango or honeycrisp apples, $1.79/lb

Baby peeled carrots, 2 lb bag, $1.99

Jazz apples, $1.99/lb

Snapdragon apples, $1.99/lb

Fresh Express salad blends, 6 – 11 oz, $2.00

Food Lion red potatoes, $2.99

Nature’s Place organic salad, 5 oz, $2.99


$3 off any fresh ground beef when you buy a 11.6 – 16.6 lb bag of Kingsford charcoal for $8.99

Food Lion chicken drumsticks or thighs, family pack, .99/lb

Whole Boston Butt, pork, $1.29/lb

Country style pork ribs, family pack, $1.49/lb

Boneless skinless chicken breast, $1.99/lb

Pork back ribs, $2.99/lb

Fresh ground chuck, 80% lean, $3.29/lb

Inland Market Cod Fillets, 10 oz, $3.69 each

Nature’s Place 94% lean ground turkey, $3.99/lb

Food Lion raw shrimp, 16 oz bag, frozen, $5.49 each

Boneless New York Strip Steak, $6.99/lb

Food Lion fish fillets, 32 – 48 oz, $9.99

Ball Park beef franks, 14 – 15 oz, $2.50

Johnsonville Brats, 12 – 14 oz, $2.50

Food Lion cooked ham, $3.99/lb


Dannon Greek yogurt cups, 5.3 oz, 5 for $5 - $1 off 5 coupon from in-store kiosk = 5 for $4

Food Lion pre-sliced cheese, 8 oz., BOGO for $1.49 each

Minute Maid juice drinks, 59 oz, $1.50

Food Lion cottage cheese, 16 oz, $1.50

Food Lion sour cream, 16 oz, $1.50

Laughing Cow cheese wedges, 6 oz, BOGO for $1.74 each


Food Lion crispy thin crust pizza, 5.2 oz, .79 each

Restaurant Fries, select, 16 – 28 oz, 2 for $5 - $1/2 coupon from in-store kiosk = $2 each

Edy’s ice cream, 48 oz, $2.50

Totino’s Pizza Rolls, 40 count, 2 for $6 - .50/2 coupon from 10/9 SS or .75/3 coupon from 8/28 SS or Food Lion digital coupons

Savingstar: .75/1 Savingstar cash back offer

Food Lion breaded chicken, 28 – 32 oz, $3.99

Misc. Grocery

Food Lion chunk light tuna, 5 oz, .60

Food Lion marshmallows, 10 – 10.5 oz, .72

Chef Boyardee or Hunt’s Snack pack, select, 5 for $5 - $1 off 5 coupon from in-store coupon kiosk = 5 for $4

Knorr pasta or rice sides, 3.8 – 5.7 oz, 10 for $10 - $1 off 10 coupon from in-store kiosk = 10 for $9

French Baguette, .99/lb

Duncan Hines Signature Cake Mix or Frosting, 12 – 16.5 oz, select, 4 for $5 - $1/4 coupon from in-store kiosk = 4 for $4

Bush’s Best baked or Grillin’ beans, 22 – 28 oz, $2 - $1/2 coupon from 9/11 SS = $1.50 each

Ragu pasta sauce, 16 – 24 oz, $1.50

Food Lion sandwich crackers, 10 – 11 oz, $1.50

Pepsi, 6 pack bottles, $2.00, limit 10

Hanover kidney beans, 40.5 oz., $2.00

Food Lion drinking water, 24 pack bottles, $2.50

Homestyle glazed donuts, 12 count, $2.99

Coke products, 12 pack cans, $3.00

Food Lion olive oil, 17 oz, $3.39

Thomas’ bagels, BOGO

Doritos chips, select, 9.5 – 11.5 oz, BOGO

Wise Cheez doodles or popcorn, BOGO for $1.74 each

Non Food

Cha-Ching foam cups, 20 count, .99

Friskies Party Mix cat treats, 2.1 oz, $1.50 - $1/2 coupon from 8/21 SS = $1 each

Cha-Ching napkins, 250 count, $1.99

Food Lion Coupon Basics

Food Lion does not double coupons.

They have no limits on number of total number of coupons they will take, unless specified in the ad. You may only use a maximum of 10 (ten) coupons for the same item per customer. This includes coupons that are downloaded onto your personal MVP Card.

BOGO items ring up at half price so if you only buy 1, it rings at half price. You can use a coupon on each BOGO sale item.

You cannot use Food Lion store coupons and manufacturer's coupons on the same item. "Stacking" coupons like that is not allowed per the Food Lion coupon policy.

You can see their entire coupon policy on their website HERE.

The ad indicates that prices are valid for stores in these cities: Apex, Bunn, Cary, Clayton, Franklinton, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Louisburg, Morrisville, Raleigh, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, Youngsville, Zebulon. If you do not live in one of these cities, your ad may be different and you can check for any differences on FoodLion.com.

E-Coupons: You can now load RedPlum.com manufacturer’s coupons to your Food Lion MVP card and when they scan your card at the register and you buy the qualifying items, the discount will come off automatically. I spoke with corporate and they confirmed that these are manufacturer’s coupons and not to be combined with paper manufacturer’s from the newspaper and other sources. She said their policy is only 1 coupon per product. No e-coupons will double. Click HERE for more information.

Quality Guarantee: Food Lion offers a double money back quality guarantee on all Food Lion store brands.

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