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Harris Teeter deals: Milk, whole fryer chicken, cereal & much more!

Posted January 9, 2013

 

Harris Teeter is coming in strong this week with great deals on milk for $2.97/gallon, whole fryer chicken  for .69/lb, Multi-Grain PB Cheerios and Fiber One cereal for only 5 cents, Smuckers for 34 cents and many more deals!

These deals are valid 1/9 - 1/15.

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.

Box Tops Promotion for General Mills products: Get 40 Bonus Box tops at checkout when you buy 8 participating products from the list on the Harris Teeter website.  

Meal Deal: For $6.99 you get the following – Perdue shortcuts chicken, 9 oz., Mission Tortillas 17.5 oz., Kraft shredded cheese 7 – 8 oz, Daisy sour cream 16 oz.
Coupon: $1 Perdue coupon at Perdue.com, Total after coupon = $5.99

EVIC: Yoplait yogurt, .40, limit 10 - .40/6 and .50/8 coupons from 1/6 SS, .40/6 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above AND there is a .40/6 HT ZVR digital e-coupon available making the total at the register .20 (after .40/6 coupon and HT ZVR).
There is also a .40/6 SavingStar.com coupon making them .13 each after SavingStar credit!
If the Yoplait Simplait variety is included, use the .40/1 coupon from BettyCrocker.com, or .30/1 coupon from the Smart Shopper Coupons link in the box above for an even better deal!

Produce

Lemons, 2 for $1.00

Minneola Tangelos, .79/lb

Russet potatoes, .89/lb

Fresh Express Italian salad mix, 10 oz, BOGO for $1.74

Mushrooms, 8 oz., $1.89

Cantaloupe, $2.50 ($1.50 at Food Lion)

Red potatoes, 5 lb bag, $3.49

Meat

Whole fryer chicken, limit 4, .69/lb – very good deal!

Ground turkey, 85% lean, $2.49/lb

Smithfield pork tenderloin, BOGO for $3.14/lb

EZ Peel shrimp, 2 lb bag, Buy 2 Get 3 Free, reg price $27.98 = $5.60/lb when you get 5 bags (total cost is $55.96)

Oscar Mayer bacon, 12 – 16 oz., BOGO for $3.24/lb

Gorton’s grilled salmon or tilapia, BOGO for $2.47 - .75/1 printable coupon = .97

Dairy & Frozen

Milk, 1 gallon, $2.97 – good deal

Chobani yogurt, 6 oz., $1.00 - .30/1 coupon from Chobani.com = .40

Egglands Best eggs, $2.29 - .35/1 coupon from 11/11 AND .50 ibotta credit
Total at register = $1.59
Total after ibotta credit - $1.09 (very good price for this brand)

Yoplait go-gurt, $2.00 - .85/2 coupon from BettyCrocker.com,
.75/2 coupon from 1/6 SS = $1.15 each with .85/2 coupon

Kraft singles American and sharp cheddar cheese, 12 oz., BOGO for $1.59

Green Giant frozen vegetables, boxed, $1.25 - .60/3 coupon from 1/6 SS, 12/9 SS = .85 each

Bird’s Eye Steamfresh, BOGO for $1.34

Blue Bunny ice cream, 56 oz., BOGO for $2.84 - .75/1 coupon from Blue Bunny website = $1.34 – a very good deal

Grocery

General Mills Cheerios including Honey Nut and Peanut Butter Multi-grain (the regular milti-grain are not on sale)
Sale: $2.50
Coupons: .85/1 Multi-grain Cheerios coupon from BettyCrocker.com, , .75/1 coupon on Smart Shopper coupons link in box above, $1/2 General Mills cereal coupon from 12/9 SS, $1/3 GM cereal coupon from 1/6 SS
HT coupon: .75/1 HT ZVR digital e-coupon
Total after .85/1 coupon AND .75 HT ZVR = 5 cents – great deal!
There is also a .75/1 SavingStar.com coupon, making FREE and a money maker after the SavingStar.com credit!

Fiber One cereal
Sale: $2.50
Coupon: .85/1 coupon from BettyCrocker.com,
HT coupon: .75/1 HT ZVR digital e-coupon
Savingstar: .75/1 SavingStar.com e-coupon
Total at register after .85/1 coupon AND HT e-coupon = 5 cents!
Total after Savingstar coupon = FREE and a moneymaker!

Betty Crocker boxed potatoes, $1.00 - .50/2 coupon from 12/9 SS, 11/18 SS (exp 1/12) = .50 each

Progresso soup, Buy 2 Get 3 Free, regular price $1.99 - $2.15
Coupons: .50/2 coupon from 1/6 SS, $1/4 coupon from 12/9 SS, .25/1 of the light soups from 1/6 SS
Total after .50/2 coupon when you buy 5 of the $1.99 soups = .60 each

Kellogg’s Pop Tarts, $1.66 - .40 coupon for new Oatmeal Delights variety from Kelloggs.com (if included and if your store carries it), $1/3 coupon from Kelloggs.com , $1/3 from 12/2 RP
HT coupon: $1/3 HT ZVR digital e-coupon
Total for 1 of the Oatmeal variety with .40 coupon = .86
Total for 3 with $1/3 coupon and $1/3 HT ZVR e-coupon = $1.00 each
There is also a $1.00 ibotta.com Pop Tarts coupon making the Oatmeal variety FREE and making the others .67 each when you buy 3 and use the ibotta, HT ZVR $1/3 and manufacturer’s $1/3 coupons

Bisquick Shake ‘n Pour pancake mix, 10.6 oz., $1.66 - .60/1 coupon from BettyCrocker.com, .40 coupon from 11/18 SS (exp 1/12) = .46
There is also a .50 Savingstar.com e-coupon but it is sold out so if you didn’t already add it to your account, it’s too late for that one

Smuckers grape jelly, 32 oz., BOGO for $1.44 - .55/1 coupon from 1/6 RP = .34

Old El Paso flour tortillas, taco shells, refried beans, heat and serve side dishes, $1.25 each - .60/3 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above = .85 each AND there is a great promotion going on right now with Old El Paso products: Buy $10 worth and get $4 off instantly at the register.

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 $4 coupon comes off is $3.60 = .45 each (a super buy for tortillas!)

Harris Teeter mac and cheese box, .67

Harris Teeter tomato sauce, 15 oz., .67

Fiber One bars, 90 calorie bars and brownie bars
Sale: $2.50
Coupons: .50/1 coupon from BettyCrocker.com, , .50/2 coupon from 1/6 SS
HT coupon: .40/1 HT ZVR digital e-coupon
Savingstar.com: .40 e-coupon from savingstar.com
Total at register after .50/1 coupon and HT digital coupon = $1.10
Total after Savingstar credit applied = .70 (good price)

Harris Teeter cola, 2 ltr, .87

Old Orchard Healthy Balance juice, 64 oz., Buy 2 Get 3 Free, regular price $2.89 - $1/2 coupon from oldorchard.com, = .96 each

Classico pasta sauce, BOGO for $1.49 - $1/2 coupon from 11/18 SS = .99
There is also a Catalina deal still going on with the Classico: Buy 2 and get a $1 Catalina coupon, Buy 3 and get a $2 Catalina coupon, Buy 4 and get a $3 Catalina coupon (Catalina deal valid through 1/27/13)

Harris Teeter English Muffins, BOGO for $1.25 each

Nabisco Nilla Wafers, BOGO for $1.84 - $1/2 coupon from 1/6 SS = $1.34 each

Nabisco Fig Newtons, BOGO for $2.14 - $1/2 coupon from 1/6 SS = $1.64 each

Lance crackers, 8 pack, BOGO for $1.72

Coke, 6 pack bottles, Buy 2 Get 3 Free, regular price $4.69 = $1.88 when you buy 5 packs

Non-Food

Aquafresh Extreme Clean toothpaste, 5.6 oz., $2.50 - $1 coupon from 1/6 RP AND $1 HT ZVR digital e-coupon = .50

Harris Teeter coffee filters, 40 count cone style, BOGO for .84

YourHome sandwich bags, 50 count, BOGO for .99 - a good price

Hefty One Zip bags, BOGO for $2.22 - $1/2 coupon from 1/6 RP or 11/11 RP AND $1/2 HT ZVR digital e-coupon = $1.22 each

Hefty Cinch Sak kitchen bags, BOGO for $4.49 - $1/1 coupon from 1/6 RP AND $1/1 HT ZVR digital e-coupon = $2.49 – very good deal

 

 

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  • Nancy Jan 10, 8:48 p.m.

    smolder, the newer crock pots do have much higher temps overall. I read that it was because people were undercooking their meats and so the manufacturers raised the base temp. I never use high anymore, always low because the liquids boil even on low :(

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 10, 8:09 p.m.

    Thanks for the seasoning info, askwiggy! I'll have to look for it.

  • bjluckeey Jan 10, 4:39 p.m.

    I stopped at Harris Teeter today and purchased Nabisco Nilla Wafers that are on bogo. I used $1.00 coupon from there facebook page I printed last month paid $1.69 for 2 boxes. My coupons had expiration of 01-11-13. Check your coupons if you printed this coupon!

    Veronica see you next week at coupon swap at McDonalds in Cary.
    --Barbara

  • askwiggy Jan 10, 3:33 p.m.

    @Faye - Mrs. Dash has a rotisserie seasoning. I rub quite a bit on it but it in the roaster layers sliced potatoes around it and I use the seasoning I bought from Bojangles on the potatoes. It comes out killer! The rotisserie seasoning is actually really close to that restaurant flavor. Thanks for the info on the Catalina.

  • prisskat Jan 10, 9:16 a.m.

    Thanks for the taco info, that what I had planned for tomorrow night so that works out perfect! For the crock pot thing, I put mine on low when I leave in the morning and get home which is usually like 10 or 11 hours later. I have never had my meat be too dry (although once I cooked beans and almost ran out of liquid). You can use water which doesn't add any flavor. Instead depending on what I'm cooking some other liquid like apple juice, old beer, chix broth. I usually do mix them w/ water but I have found that not only do they add to the flavor but it also keeps them moist.

  • smolder13 Jan 10, 8:57 a.m.

    jcook-I can't express to you how important a meat thermometer and correct timing is when using a crock pot. I have a ridiculously super charged crock pot that can cook 4 huge split chicken breasts in 2-3 hrs on LOW. Most recipes will tell you to cook things like that for 8-9 hrs on low, so you can see how overcooked and dry something would turn out after that much extra time. When I first got it I left a roast on low for 12 hrs (which I do with wonderful success in my older crock pot) and it was burnt and looked more like charcoal on the bottom in the morning. The next time you cook something, test the temp of the meat every hour until it is cooked so you can "learn your crock pot". Hope that helps.

  • pinkflamingogal Jan 10, 8:39 a.m.

    I put just a tiny bit of water in the bottom of the crock pot. But it really isn't necessary. And I usually put a few slices of onion on the bottom. For seasoning, I just do a little salt, pepper, and garlic powder. That's it. And it tastes delicious.

  • Packy Jan 10, 8:23 a.m.

    jcook, I don't use water personally but I'm sure there are others that do or even use a cream soup.

  • barbiedoll1967 Jan 10, 8:11 a.m.

    Do you add water or chicken broth to the chicken while it's cooking in the crockpot? Every time I cook something in the crock pot, I use water but the meat turns out too dry. I would love some tips.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 9, 8:58 p.m.

    munecachina - thanks for the Box Tops info. I just added it to the deals above.

    Steph - sorry about the regular multi-grain not being included. I was glad the PB multigrain is included though. My husband really likes it and with the coupon it's such a great deal.

    I also added the Old El Paso promotion to the list above. I was very pleased about the total for 8 packages of tortillas tonight with this promo!

    Thanks to everyone for your chicken ideas! I picked up 2 of them tonight. They were a little over 5 lbs each so about $3.50 per chicken.

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