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Food Lion Deals 2/26: Carrots, chicken, pork ribs, canned tomatoes & more!

Posted February 26, 2014
Updated February 27, 2014

Food Lion has some good buys starting Wednesday, 2/26 including carrots, chicken drumsticks or thighs, pork ribs, tilapia, canned tomatoes & more!

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 hard copy 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.

These deals are valid February 26 – March 4, 2014.

Meal Deal discount: Get $3 off of fresh produce when you buy 1 Johnsonville cooked rope or link sausage for $2.50 and one Knorr pasta or rice side for .99 (There is a $1/2 Johnsonville sausage coupon from 1/19 SS)

Free holiday dinner: Spend $40 or more in each visit on 6 different weeks and get a ticket fo reach week. Collect 6 tickets from 2/26/14 – 4/15/14 and get a $20 coupon. Must redeem tickets by 4/22/14. $20 coupon expires 5/6/14.


Produce

Navel oranges, .49 each

Mangoes, .89 eacg

Baby carrots, peeled, 16 oz, .99

Sweet onions, .99/lb

Fresh Express or Dole Salad Blend, 9 – 12 oz, BOGO for $1.39 each

Whole mushrooms, 8 oz, BOGO

Grape tomatoes, $2

Romaine hearts, 3 count package, $2.49

Red potatoes, 5 lb bag, $3.29

Basil, $1.49 each

 

Meat

Chicken drumsticks or thighs, value pack, .99/lb – good price

Whole pork Boston Butt, $1.39/lb

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

Fresh ground chuck, value pack, $2.99/lb

Food Lion ground turkey, 20 oz package, $2.99

Food Lion frozen fish fillets, 4 oz, .99 each

Tilapia fillets, $4.99/lb

Food Lion raw or cooked jumbo shrimp, 16 oz, frozen, BOGO

Food Lion fresh deli cooked ham, $2.99/lb

Gwaltney hot dogs, 12 oz, .88

 

Dairy & Frozen

Dean’s Dips, 12 – 16 oz, 2 for $3 - $1/2 coupon from in-store kiosk = 2 for $2

 

Grocery

Reese’s peanut butter Easter egg, 1.2 – 1.5 oz, BOGO for .69 - $1/3 coupon from 2/23 SS = .36 each

Keebler fudge Shoppe cookies, select, BOGO for $1.64 - $1.50/1 printable coupon from KelloggsfamilyRewards.com when you redeem 1000 points - .14

Tuttorosso tomatoes, 28 oz, BOGO - $1/2 printable coupon from their website
The ad indicates that the regular price is $1.49, making these .74 after sale and only .24 after coupon – great deal if it is not a typo!

Mueller’s pasta, various, 12 – 16 oz, BOGO - .75/1 Pot Sized Spaghetti coupon from 2/23 SS (if that variety is included)

Hamburger Helper, BOGO for $1 each
Coupons: $1/5 coupon from 1/5 SS (expires 3/1), .75/3 coupon from 2/2 SS
SavingStar: .75/3 SavingStar.com e- coupon HERE
Total after .75/3 coupon AND .75/3 SavingStar = .50 each (once SavingStar credit is received)

Green Giant canned vegetables, select, BOGO for .59 each

French’s yellow mustard, 14 oz., BOGO - .30/1 coupon from 1/19 SS

French’s spicy brown mustard, 12 oz., BOGO - .50/1 coupon from 1/19 SS

Ken’s salad dressing, 16 oz, BOGO for $1.35 each - $1/2 printable coupon = .85 each

Progresso soup, various, BOGO - .50/2 coupon from 1/5 SS (expires 3/1) AND there is a .50/2 SavingStar.com e- coupon HERE

Maruchan Bowls or Yakisoba noodles, BOGO - $1/2 coupon from 1/12 SS

7UP, A&w, Canada Dry products, 2 ltr, select, .99 each

General Mills cereals including select Lucky Charms and Honey Nut Cheerios, BOGO
Coupons: $1/2 coupon for various Cheerios from 2/2 SS, $1/2 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above recently
SavingStar: $1/2 SavingStar.com e- coupon HERE

Ragu pasta sauce, 45 oz bottle (larger size), BOGO for $1.75 each (like paying $1.01 for the 26 oz size – a good deal)

My essentials long grain rice, 3 lb bag, $1.97

Thomas’ English muffins, 12 oz, BOGO for $2.10 each - .55/1 coupon from 1/19 SS

Arnold whole grain breads, 24 oz, BOGO for $2.15 each

Ocean Spray 100% juie or cocktail, 60 – 64 oz, BOGO

Folger’s coffee can or brick, 10.3 – 11.3 oz., select, $3.49 - $1 coupon from in-store kiosk = $2.49

DiGiorno pizza, BOGO for $2.75 each


Non-Food

Luvs diapers, jumbo pack, $6.79 - $1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above = $5.79

 

 

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  • luvstoQ Feb 27, 2014

    Chickens 'do' have lots of individual personalities - we raised up 6 Aracondas(sp) - the ones that lay colored eggs - but we gave them to a good friend as we travel some and they are hard to leave. We do get 'free' eggs! ;-) One day, though!

    The main thing around here is to protect them from animals night and day - racoons will dig under the pens (they are relentless) and hawks/owls will get them from the air!

  • scoutmomof2 Feb 26, 2014

    jdouglas, chickens aren't that hard. I saw a great idea on pinterest for converting an old swingset frame into a chicken coup. I lived on a chicken farm for awhile growing up and used to go into the houses (it was a big chicken farm) to get eggs with my Grandpa.

  • privilegesrevoked Feb 26, 2014

    All this discussion about fresh eggs reminds me of my Aunt and Uncle up in NY, used to go out to the Amish and get their eggs, and many of them would have double yolks! they really do taste so much better than store bought.

  • jdouglas13 Feb 26, 2014

    Careless, is your aunt looking to sell or trade or give away her excess eggs? I am always on the hunt for affordable fresh-from-the-hen eggs. They are so good that I even considered getting some chickens myself, but this ex-NYC girl is beyond clueless when it comes to livestock. I can just about manage the pups.

    Does anyone know a good source for affordable fresh eggs?

  • carelesswhisper Feb 26, 2014

    My aunt has about 10 chickens and roosters. My daughter loves to go there and "play" with them. She has an overflow of fresh eggs!

  • raesmom1612 Feb 26, 2014

    Baseball2hockey ~ I think I want a chicken now.......hubby would kill me LOL. But I gave him a fair warning when we first got married, i told him, be sure to buy me a big house with a huge yard for my dogs, pigs, and horses (I was that kid that always brought stray animals home as pets, Rae is going down that same path.....she isnt afraid of ANY animal).....now i can add chickens to the list! Cant wait to see his face hahahaha. RIP Dorothy

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Feb 26, 2014

    baseball2hockey - thanks for the additional info! And so sorry about Dorothy. :-(

    2honest2care - I have never frozen eggs myself. We go through them quickly here. But, if you find you have too many to use before they get too old, you can always make some baked goods and freeze those (like muffins, French toast, pancakes, and even egg and cheese burritos).

  • baseball2hockey Feb 26, 2014

    Faye,
    I forgot to mention that 3 weeks ago we lost one of our feathered girls. She was too friendly and thought she would fly over the fence from their run into the backyard where our 3 dogs roam and one of my dogs jumped her. It was such a sad day. When we first got them I named them after the ladies on the Golden Girls. The one we lost was Dorothy. RIP!
    Anyway, for the upkeep for the remaining chickens it is not that expensive. We just picked up a 50 lb. bag of chicken scratch for around 12 Dollars which lasts a few months. I buy most of the produce off the reduced racks at the supermarkets and any kind of veggie leftovers will go to them. They love mushy bananas and tomatoes and quite often I dig in the garden area for them to search for worms. You can also feed them cooked rice and pasta, which goes on sale a lot and I have a great backup stock from my favorite store, Harris Teeter. I also trade eggs for feed to the neighbors since I don't sell them. Hope that answers your question

  • 2honest2care Feb 26, 2014

    Thanks ya'll that does help! I didn't realize eggs would last so long. We go through a lot of eggs here, but ya never know. Faye- Thanks for the tips on how to freeze. I've heard of the ice cube tray trick, but I didn't know they had to be scrambled. So that helps.

  • privilegesrevoked Feb 26, 2014

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    I have used eggs that were a month past 'use by' date, the only thing I do to be sure they're ok is to open them into a small dish first before using or adding them to what I need them for, that way, if one is bad, I can toss it without ruining what I'm making.
    So far, have NEVER come across a bad egg that was well past the 'use by' date on the container :)

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