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Great Old El Paso deal at Harris Teeter this week!

Posted January 9, 2013
Updated January 10, 2013


In my family, we love tacos, quesadillas, enchiladas and soft tacos. When I can buy packages of tortillas for less than .50 each, it's time to stock up!

If you like tortillas like we do, you won't want to miss the Old El Paso deal at Harris Teeter this week!

Promotion: Buy $10 of participating Old El Paso products in one shopping visit, save $4 off your grocery bill at the register! Limit 1 per household. Valid 1/9 - 1/15. 

There are a number of Old El Paso products on sale including:

Old El Paso seasoning Mixes for .75

Old El Paso Chiles for $1.00

Old El Paso Tortillas, taco shells, heat and serve side dishes and refried beans for $1.25 each

Old El Paso Dinner Kits and taco sauce for $2.00

Coupon: .60/3 printable coupon from the Smart Shopper Coupons link in the box above

Scenario: Buy 8 of the $1.25 products (tortillas, taco shells, refried beans) and use 2 of the .60/3 coupons. The total at the register after the 2 coupons and the $4 promotional discount is deducted comes off is $3.60 = .45 per item (a super buy for tortillas)!

I bought 6 bags of flour tortillas and 2 boxes of tacos. The tortillas freeze well, but they don't expire for many months so we have plenty of time to use them.

You can see more information about this promotion on the Harris Teeter website.


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  • kculbertson4 Jan 12, 2013

    FAILED at HT at Buck Jones-

    Even after 20 minutes of speaking with the cashier and manager they "assured" me that the promotion doesn't work this way and the vic price of $1.25 per pic was already discounted the $4. I know better, this location has given me several problems in the past. Last time I had a problem they said an e-vic I had (even showed them on my email) didn't exist. When I paid for my order the same e-vic offer printed at the bottom of my receipt.

  • tfpace Jan 11, 2013

    I just did the deal at HT and I don't think I got my $4.00 off... did anyone else have any trouble?

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 10, 2013

    LOL, j3434. I wish we could do this more than once during this promotion. How was your milkshake? ;-)

  • j3434 Jan 10, 2013

    Nevermind...that's what I get for not reading first! :)

  • j3434 Jan 10, 2013

    Hi, Faye! Can you do this more than once per order?

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 10, 2013

    couponclipper - your eyes were not deceiving you - I forgot to include the link. Sorry! It's up there now. Thanks for letting me know. :-)

    In the future, anytime I post about coupons found at the Smart Shopper coupon link, you can access them from the home page of the blog (and many of the other pages on the blog). There is a Smart Shopper coupons link on the right side of the page. You'll see a picture of me holding coupons and it indicates "Click here to print your local coupons" in a red box.

  • LAXMom12 Jan 10, 2013

    I was only allowed 1 print on the .60/3 coupon. Is it available under another zip code?

  • smolder13 Jan 10, 2013

    ooh, I am so excited about this. I wanted tacos last night and had everything but the tortillas! I have never tried freezing them though, which is amazing because I love having things stocked up in the freezer. Thanks for the idea, Faye!

    And I am with quemaster on making your own taco seasoning. I have been doing it for year and it is much better than the packaged stuff. Plus you can control how spicy you want it (hubby and I like it hot, but we make a separate batch for our little one) and how much salt is in it. And it's made with spices I always have on hand that I usually buy in bulk. I also make my own pumpkin pie spice, too.

  • couponclipper0784 Jan 10, 2013

    I might be missing it (because my eyes play tricks on me all the time) but I don't see the link to the .60/3 coupon??
    I'm probably missing it :)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 10, 2013

    Watchhillgirl - the date on the packages I just bought is September so I am not even going to freeze these because we will use them long before then. In the past, I have frozen flour tortillas for 4 months in their original packages with no issues.