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Harris Teeter deals: Turkey, bacon, milk, cereal and much more!

Posted November 7, 2012

 

Harris Teeter has a TON of great deals this week including whole turkeys for .47/lb with additional purchase, cereal for less than 25 cents, milk, butter, bacon, canned veggies, bread, soda, cough drops, plates and much more!

These deals are valid 11/7 - 11/13.

 

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!).

Click HERE for the official Harris Teeter Coupon Policy.

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. Click HERE to sign up for e-Vic digital coupons.

Meal Deal: Get the following for $6.99
Harris Teeter meatballs, 16 oz, Cobblestone Mill rolls, Classico pasta sauce, Lay’s Kettle Chips

EVIC: Prego pasta sauce, 23.5 – 24 oz, $1.47 - .40/2 coupon from 11/4 SS = $1.07 (a very good price for Prego and close to my buy price of $1 or less), limit 2

Produce

Navel oranges, extra large, .59 each

Green peppers, 2 count, $1.69

Broccoli crowns, $1.69/lb

Asparagus, $1.89/lb

HT russet potatoes, 5 lb bag, $3.50

Tangerines, 3 lb bag, $3.69

Oranges, 8 lb bag, $5.99

Meat

Harris Teeter frozen turkey, 10 – 24 lb., .47/lb with additional $40 purchase, limit 1

Hormel Pepperoni, 3.5 oz., BOGO for .99 - .55/1 coupon from Wounded Warriors website HERE = FREE

Smithfield bacon, 16 oz., BOGO for $2.44 - $1 coupon from 10/7 SS = $1.44 (very good deal for a pound of bacon)

HT chicken leg quarters, value pack, .97/lb

EZ Peel white shrimp, BOGO, 2 lb bag for $9.99 - $13.99 per bag ($5 and up per lb)

Oscar Mayer franks and beef franks, BOGO for $1.64 - $2.27 - .50/1 printable coupon that was available recently on coupons.com (zip 77477) = .64 - $1.27 each

Mrs Paul’s fish fillets, various, BOGO for $3.39 - $1 coupon from 10/14 SS = $2.39

Dairy & Frozen

Smart Balance spreadable butter, BOGO for $1.34 - .50 coupon from 9/30 SS = .34

Pillsbury crescent rolls, 4 count
Sale: $1.00
Coupons: .40/2 coupons from 10/21, 10/7 and 9/9 SS, printable coupon on Pillsbury.com
Store coupon: .50/2 HT digital ZVR coupon
SavingStar: .50/2 SavingStar.com digital coupon
Total at register after manuf and store coupons = .35 each AND then earn another .50 from SavingStar.com

Pillsbury sweet rolls, 5 count
Sale: $1.00
Coupons: .60/3 coupon from 11/4 SS, .40/2 from 10/7 SS, printable coupon on Pillsbury.com
Store coupon: .40/2 HT digital ZVR coupon
SavingStar: .40/2 SavingStar.com digital coupon

Pillsbury grands biscuits, 5 count
Sale: $1.00
Coupons: .40/3 coupons from 11/4, 10/21, 10/7, and 9/9 SS, printable coupon on Pillsbury.com
Store coupon: .40/3 HT digital ZVR coupon
SavingStar: .40/3 SavingStar.com coupon
Total at register for 3 with coupon and store coupon = .60 each at the register
Then receive .40 into your savingstar account making them .47 each

Smart Balance milk, 64 oz, BOGO for $2.14 - $1.50 coupon from 9/30 SS = .64 – great price!

Breakstone’s sour cream, 16 oz., .99 – good deal!

Lender’s Bagels, BOGO for $1.07

Kraft shredded cheese, BOGO for $1.72 - $1/2 printable coupon that was on Smart Shopper coupon link I nbox above last week = $1.22 each – good deal!

HT milk, $2.97 per gallon – good deal!

Green Giant seasoned steamers, BOGO for $1.59 - .75/1 coupon from 10/7 SS = 9 cents!

Green Giant Steamers, BOGO for $1.50 - .50/2 coupon from 10/28 SS = $1 each

Bridgford rolls, 25 oz, $2.50 - .50/1 coupon from 11/4 RP insert, .50 coupon on Redplum.com = $1.50


Grocery

General Mills cereals promotion: Buy 4 select cereals and save $3 instantly at the register including various Cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Lucky Charms, Total Raisin Bran, Kix
Sale: $2.50
Coupons: .50/1 Cheerios and Cinnamon Toast Crunch coupons on Smart Shopper coupons link in box above, .60/1 Cheerios and Cinn. Toast Crunch coupons from Pillsbury.com website,
Store coupons: .50/1 Cinn. Toast Crunch and Cheerios HT digital ZVR coupons
SavingStar: : .50/1 Cinn. Toast Crunch and Cheerios SavingStar.com coupons
Total at register for 2 Cinn toast crunch with 2 of the .60/1 coupons and 2 Cheerios with 2 of the .60/1 coupons after $3 promo discount and $1 in HT digital coupons = $1.20 (.30 each!) AND receive another $1 worth info your SavingStar.com account making them only 5 cents each after savingstar credit!
Click HERE for more information on this promotion.

General Mills Chex Cereal promotion: Buy 4 and save $3 instantly at the register
Sale: $1.99
Coupons: $1.10/2 printable coupon from Pillsbury.com HERE , $1/2 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above
Store coupon: $1/2 HT digital ZVR coupon
SavingStar: $1/2 SavingStar coupon
Total at register when you buy 4, use 2 of the $1.10/2 coupons, $1/2 HT coupon and $3 off for promo = $1.76 out of pocket at the register (.44 each!) AND then get back another $1 into your SavingStar.com account making them only 19 cents after savingstar credit!
Click HERE for more information on this promotion.

Maruchan Yakisoba, BOGO for .59 each - $1/2 coupon from 10/14 SS = 9 cents each

Progresso Recipe Starters, $1.33 - .50 coupon from 11/4 SS = .33 each

Del Monte green beans or corn, canned, 14.5 – 15.25 oz
Sale: BOGO for .62 each
Coupons: .50/4 coupon for green beans from SmartSource.com, .50/4 or $1/8 coupon for green beans from Del Monte website HERE
Total after .50/4 coupon = .37 each

Harris Teeter canned corn, peas or green beans, Buy 2 Get 3 Free (reg price is .99) = .40 each with sale price

Swanson chicken broth, 14.5 oz., BOGO for .59 - .40/5 coupon from 11/4 SS = .43 each

Betty Crocker potatoes, boxed, $1 - .50/2 coupon from 10/7 SS = .50 each

Carnation Evaporated milk, 12 oz., $1 - .50/2 coupon from 9/30 RP = .50 each

Truvia sweetener, 40 count, $2.99 - $2 coupon from 9/16 RP AND .50 HT digital ZVR store coupon = .49

Argo corn starch, 16 oz., $1.49 - .40/1 from 9/30 RP = .69

Campbell’s turkey gravy, BOGO for .72 each

McCormick Extracts various, BOGO for $1.49 and up - .50/2 printable coupon on Redplum.com AND .50/2 Store HT digital ZVR coupon = .74 each and up

Progresso soup vegetable classics, various, $1 - $1/4 coupon from 10/7 SS = .75 each

Harris Teeter cola, 2 ltr, .87

Eagle brand sweetened condensed milk, 14 oz., $2 - .55/1 coupon from 11/4 RP = .90

NY Texas Toast croutons, BOGO for .99

HT sandwich bread, .99

Ocean Spray cranberry sauce, 14 oz., BOGO for .99

7up and Canada Dry 2 ltrs, $1.00

Le Sueur early peas, 15 oz can, $1.00

Ocean Spray Craisins, 5 oz, Buy 2 Get 3 Free (reg price is $2.59) = $1.04 each with sale price

Pepp. Farm Goldfish, sweet of flavor blast flavors only BOGO for $1.19

Betty Crocker cookie mix pouch, $2 - .40 coupon from 11/4 SS = $1.20

HT baking nuts, 2 – 2.5 oz., $1.33

HT powdered or brown sugar, 32 oz., $1.50

Gold Medal flour, 5 lb, $2.29 - .25 coupon from their Facebook page HERE = $1.79

Non-Food

Ricola cough drops, BOGO for $1.09 - $1/2 coupon from 10/14 RP = .59 each

Halls cough drops, select, BOGO for $1.09 to $1.14 - $1/2 coupon from 11/4 SS = .59 and up each

Chinet plates BOGO for $1.64 - $1 coupon from their Facebook page HERE = .64 (they e-mail the coupon within 2 hours)

Hefty One Zip bags, BOGO for $1.47 - $1/2 coupon from 9/30 SS AND .55/1 HT digital ZVR store coupon = .70 when you buy 2 and use $1 coupon and .55 digital coupon

 


 

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  • mdkranz Nov 13, 4:40 p.m.

    I did the General Mills deal today, but I'm confused about the $3 instant savings. Does the amount come off each box to equal $3 or should there be a minus $3 on my receipt. I bought 2 Cinnamon Toast Crunch, 1 Cheerios, and 1 Lucky Charms. They rang up at $1.75 per box and then of course my coupons and ZVR came off at the end. Can someone explain or did I miss something?

  • pete1k Nov 9, 8:20 a.m.

    Faye, Its interesting that I see bacon selling at retail for $5+, but you can still purchase a whole pork loin for $2 per pound. Let's hope it can last. When I have to prepare food in large quantities, my "Ace in the hole" has always been pork loin. A whole loin can be hand cut into 50+ slices and pounded into large (and very versatile) cutlets that can literally feed an army.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 9, 1:06 a.m.

    Here you go pete:

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/11/08/meat-prices-idUSL5E8M7F3O20121108

    Beef prices will probably increase the most in 2013, but pork is also expected to rise in cost. If you think prices are bad now......

  • pete1k Nov 8, 9:55 p.m.

    I thought the bacon came from NC where there was no drought. Beef I expected, pork, not so much!

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Nov 8, 8:35 p.m.

    pete - it is not just you - the price of bacon has gone through the roof. Most beef an dpork prices have gone up over the last year. With the corn drought in the midwest, we will continue to see those prices increase for some time. So when Smithfield bacon is $1.44 after sale and coupon (as it is this week at HT) - that's an awesome deal!

    Sorry hbarb - I was in HT this evening and forgot to ask. Will ask tomorrow.

  • pete1k Nov 8, 7:49 p.m.

    OK, all this talk about bacon on this thread. I am an infrequent coupon user, but while I was at HT last week, I noticed the retail price of a pound of bacon was anywhere between $5 an $10. Is it me, or has bacon gone through the roof? Even with BOGO, I refuse to lay out $5 for a pound of bacon.

  • HBarb Nov 8, 11:21 a.m.

    Did anyone find out if the $40 for the turkey was before or after coupons?

  • meredith88 Nov 8, 10:59 a.m.

    Jmoore449, I just thought of this. The HT at North Hills that I frequent the most is also the biggest of all the stores I go to. In fact it's the biggest HT I've ever been to, it's 2 stories tall. They have the largest variety of products but still the smaller stores are better stocked. Weird.

  • meredith88 Nov 8, 10:55 a.m.

    Thanks jmoore449 and jma47. There is no HT in Knightdale which would be ideal for where I live so I go to 3 different ones in NE Raleigh. Last Friday I was on the other side of Raleigh and went to the HT at Leesville Commons and they had EVERYTHING in stock and I was watching them put out more of the best deal items. I wish I was close enough to go to that one, but the ones closest to me always seem to hold back the sale items until the sale is over and then within 3 hours they are all magically back in stock again.
    Jma47, I used to try and not go the first day with the crowds but since my stores don't seem to restock I always end up having to go anyways. I am thinking about just waiting a couple days into the sale and then driving a little further to a store that I know restocks all of their items.

  • luvstoQ Nov 8, 9:43 a.m.

    meredith, the HT's I go to usually are very good about restocking the good deals. I was out of town until Tues. - went Tues. & Wed. and got nearly everything I wanted. The main thing missing (in all stores) was the Dixie sugar - the good news is the Q will be the same for doubling later ;-) I've actually found that I do just as good going the last couple days of the super double/triples. I never go the first day - no way!

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