WRAL SmartShopper

WRAL SmartShopper

Harris Teeter deals: Greek yogurt, cough drops, crackers and more!

Posted November 14, 2012

 

Harris Teeter has some good deals this week on Yoplait Greek yogurt, Halls cough drops, McCormick extracts, Nabisco snack crackers and more!

These deals are valid 11/14 - 11/22.

 

 

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.

Kraft promotion: Apparently, Harris Teeter is also running the Kraft promotion like Lowes Foods. Get $5 off when you buy 10 participating items.  Thanks to bojoco14 for posting that the promotion is confirmed on shelf tags in Harris Teeter.  Once I have more information, I will post it.

EVIC: Dunkin Donuts coffee, 12 oz., $4.97 - $1.50/2 coupon from 10/28 RP AND $1 HT digital ZVR e-coupon = $7.44 for 2 ($3.72 each), limit 2

Produce

Sweet potatoes, .50/lb (.27/lb at Lowes Foods!)

Parsley, .99 per bunch

Red Grapefruit, .99 each

Radishes, .99 bunch

Acorn, butternut or spaghetti squash, $1.29/lb

Celery $1.50 (.69 at Aldi)

Blackberries, 6 oz., $2.00

Apples, select varieties, 5 lb bag, $4.99

Clementine tangerines, 5 lb box, $4.99

Harris Teeter russet potatoes or red potatoes, 5 lb bag, $3.49

Meat

Harris Teeter frozen turkey, .99/lb

Harris Teeter fresh turkey, $1.29/lb, limit 2

Half bone-in spiral sliced smoked ham, honey glazed or brown sugar, $1.49/lb, limit 2

HT Traders hickory smoked ham, spiral sliced, $2.49/lb

Rib roast, $6.99/lb

Cooked Perfect meatballs, 14 oz., $2.50 - $1 coupon from 10/7 SS = $1.50

Dairy & Frozen

Yoplait Greek yogurt, 4 pack, $2.50 - .75/1 coupon from 10/7 SS = $1.00 – good deal for Greek yogurt!

Smart Balance spread, 15 oz., BOGO for $1.74 - $1/2 coupon from Wounded Warriors website HERE = $1.24 each after coupon

Pillsbury pie crusts, 2 count, $2.50 - .60/2 coupon from Pillsbury.com HERE or .50/2 coupon from 11/11 SS = $1.90 each after .60/2 coupon
There was also a .75/2 SavingStar.com e-coupon available that is now sold out. If you already activated it before it sold out, you will still get the credit if you buy 2

Land O Lakes butter, 1 lb, $2.50 ($1.99 for a lb. of butter at Aldi)

Cool Whip, .99 - $1/2 coupon from coupons.com recently = .49 each

Green Giant frozen boxed veggies, $1.25 - .60/3 coupon from 11/11 and 10/14 SS inserts = .85 each (.60 at Lowes Foods this week with sale and coupon)

Steamfresh veggies, frozen, BOGO for .92 to $1.19 (there will possibly be a Steamfresh coupon in 11/18 SS insert)

Sister Shuberts yeast rolls, $2.50 - .75/1 coupon from 10/28 SS = $1.00

Breyers ice cream, 48 oz, $2.50

Mrs Smith’s or Edwards Pies, BOGO - $1 printable coupon HERE = $2.69 - $3.69 depending on which pie you buy

Grocery

Minute Ready to Serve multi-grain medley, 8.80 oz., BOGO for $1.24 - .50 coupon from 10/21 RP = .24 (if your store has this variety)

DelMonte corn or green beans, canned, BOGO for .62 each - .50/4 or $1.00/8 coupon from DelMonte website HERE or .50/4 coupon from Smartsource.com = .37 each

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

Campbell’s Cream Soups, chicken or mushroom, 10.75 oz., BOGO for .62 - .35/4 coupon from 11/4 SS = .45 each

Stove Top Stuffing, .99 - $1/2 coupon that was recently available on coupons.com = .49 each

Carnation Evaporated milk, 12 oz., $1.00 - .50/2 coupon from 9/30 RP

Mueller’s pasta, select, $1.00 - $1/3 coupon from 11/11 SS = .67 each

Duncan Hines cake mix or frosting, $1.25 - $1/2 coupon from Wounded Warriors website HERE = .75 each

New York Texas Toast croutons, BOGO for .99

Nabisco snack crackers, BOGO for $1.57 - $1/2 coupon from 11/11 SS = $1.07 each – very good deal!

McCormick gravy, spices and extracts, various, BOGO
Coupon: HT digital ZVR e-coupon for .50/2 McCormick Extracts

No Yolks pasta, 12 oz., BOGO for $1.34

Ken’s salad dressing, 16 oz., BOGO for $1.69 each

Lays potato chips, 10 – 10.5 oz., Buy 2 Get 3 free (makes it $1.72 each) must buy all 5 in 1 transaction to get sale price

Hellman’s mayo, 30 oz., BOGO for $2.99 - $1 coupon from 11/11 RP AND .25 HT digital ZVR e-coupon = $1.74

Coke products, 12 pack cans, Buy 2 Get 3 Free (makes it $2.56 each) must buy all 5 in 1 transaction to get sale price

Mt Olive 24 oz pickles, BOGO for $1.37 (possible coupon in 11/18 SS insert)

Non-Food

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

Hefty plates, 50 count, BOGO for $1.19 - $1/2 coupon from 9/30 SS = .69 each

Clorox and Glad promotion: Save $2 instantly when you buy 3 participating products in the ad
Coupons: .25 Clorox coupon from Wounded Warriors website HERE , $1/2 Glad coupon from 11/4 SS



 

8 Comments

This story is closed for comments. Comments on WRAL.com news stories are accepted and moderated between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Oldest First
View all
  • Goodone2 Nov 15, 10:41 a.m.

    HT has Hungry Jack pancake mix for $1.97- there was a printable coupon I held on to for .55 off- That made it .84 a box.Also, the Pillsbury Quick Breads are BOGO making them 1.59 each-There was a newspaper coupon for .35 off making them each .89. The Sister Shubert Yeast Rolls- (WE LOVE THEM)are 2.50 a bag, and they had some printables and newspaper coupons for .75 off- Making them 1.00 a bag. I stocked up!

  • Packy Nov 14, 4:39 p.m.

    meredith, unfortunately that is the case with all HT's. Buy what you want of the appropriate limit or you're out of luck next time. :(

  • Bklyn2Raleigh Nov 14, 3:37 p.m.

    Thanks bojoco
    I was starting to think I was nuts...especially when the Lowes deals have the promo going on. I am surprised they didn't mention it in the email.

  • bojoco14 Nov 14, 3:34 p.m.

    Bklyn2Raleigh,

    I saw the Kraft $5 off 10 promotion on shelf tags in Harris Teeter this morning.

  • meredith88 Nov 14, 3:32 p.m.

    I learned something about HT's policies last night that I didn't know so I figured I would share it. I got the evic deal in my email last Friday for the eggs with a limit of 2. I bought one dozen last Friday with a coupon making them only $1.07. Last night I was going through this past Sunday's coupons and found another coupon for the eggs and decided I would go buy the other dozen before the sale ended. So I went to the store and didn't get the evic price.

    After talking to the manager I learned that the evic deals we get in our Friday emails are 1-TIME-USE even if you do not buy your full limit. Even though the limit was 2 and I had only bought 1, when I bought the first one I lost the deal. You have to buy them all at once. The manager was nice enough to let me return the eggs and buy them again with my mom's VIC number so I could get the deal, but I wanted to pass on my new knowledge to anyone else who might not have known about this policy.

  • Bklyn2Raleigh Nov 14, 2:57 p.m.

    Did anyone else get a mailer advertising $5.00 of when you buy 10 Kraft items at HT???

  • scoutmomof2 Nov 14, 12:56 p.m.

    Last week mine didn't work for the B2G3 Craisons. The computer charged me for 4 with 1 free. I went to customer service and got the other 4 FREE per their policy. That was awesome.

    Thanks for the heads up on that LAXMom12.

  • LAXMom12 Nov 14, 12:52 p.m.

    I tried twice with the Glad instant $2 off 3 promotion and it didn't work either time at 2 different stores. Had to go to customer service so watch that one. I'm wondering if the computers were programmed for that.