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Harris Teeter deals: Clorox, All, milk, juice and more!

Posted April 3, 2013

 

Harris Teeter has some very good deals this week on Clorox bleach, All laundry detergent, milk, Old Orchard juice, Ball Park hot dogs, pizza dough balls, Knorr pasta and rice sides, Jolly Time popcorn, Mardi Gras napkins, Finish products and more! 

These deals are valid 4/3 - 4/9.

 

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: Bear Naked Granola, 1 lb strawberries, 16 – 20 oz Chobani yogurt, 64 oz HT milk for $7.99 (same as last week)
Coupon: .30/1 Chobani coupon on their website when you register

E-VIC deal: All laundry detergent, 50 oz., $2.77 - .75/1 coupon and $2/2 coupon from 3/10 RP = as low as $1.27! – very good deal and this applies to the SavingStar credit of $5 when you buy $15 worth!

Produce

Navel oranges, kid size, .15 each

Navel oranges, .59 each

Sweet potatoes, .79/lb

Organic green onions, .99

Mangoes, $1.00 each

Baby cut carrots, 1 lb, $1.00 – good price for baby carrots but keep in mind that the 2 lb bag of full size carrots is always $1.17 at Harris Teeter (.59/lb)

Fresh Express salad mix, various, including romaine, $2 - .55 coupon from 3/10 SS = $1.45 (this is a Do Not Double coupon and does not double at the register, as I recall)

Cantaloupe, BOGO for $1.99 each

Yukon Gold potatoes, 5 lb bag, $4.49

Meat

Harris Teeter frozen chicken, 2.5 lb, BOGO for $5.49 ($2.19/lb) – the chicken breast at the meat counter is $1.99/lb every day

Smithfield whole boneless pork loin, $1.99/lb

Honeysuckle White 85% lean ground turkey, 4 lb, $7.97

Center Cut pork chops, boneless, $2.99/lb

Gorton’s fillets, various battered and grilled, BOGO for $1.99 to $2.99 - .75/1 printable coupon for grilled variety = .49

EZ Peel and tail-on cooked shrimp 50% off for $4.99 - $5.50/lb

Ball Park beef franks, BOGO for $2.17 - .75/2 from 3/10 RP = $1.42 each
There is also a .50 ibotta e-coupon credit available

Ball Park Angus beef franks, BOGO for $2.59 - .55/1 coupon from 3/10 RP = $1.49 each

Jennie-O turkey bacon, 12 oz., $3.00 - .75/1 coupon from 3/17 SS = $1.50

Hillshire Farm smoked sausage, $2.50 - .75/2 from 3/24 RP = $1.75 each

Cooked Perfect Meatballs, 14 oz., $2.50 - $1 coupon from 3/24 and 1/20 SS = $1.50

Boar’s Head sweet sliced ham, $4.99/lb

Dairy & Frozen

Chobani Greek yogurt $1.00 – .30 coupon when you sign up on their website = .40
There was also an ibotta e-coupon deposit available recently making it free after credit

Shamrock Farms milk, 12 oz., $1 - $1/5  coupon from their website = .80 each

Harris Teeter pizza dough balls, found in the deli, $1.00 – good price

Wholly Guacamole, 7 oz., $2 - $1 coupon from 3/17 SS, $1  coupon from www.eatwholly.com = $1.00

International Delight coffee creamer singles, 24 count, $2.50 - .55/1 coupon from 3/17 RP = $1.40

Country Crock spread, $2.49 - .35/1 from 3/10 RP

Harris Teeter milk, 1 gallon, $2.97 – good price

McCain frozen potatoes, BOGO for $1.79 - $1 coupon AND $1 Savingstar e-coupon credit = Free after coupon and credit

Edy’s fruit bars, 6 count, $2.50 - $1 and $2/3 coupons from 3/17 SS, $2.00 Edy’s Outshine coupon on their Facebook page (it looks like these are included - thanks to Nikki for confirming!) = as low as .50 with $2 coupon
There is also a $1 ibotta e-coupon credit available for the Outshine variety

PictSweet Deluxe Sides, $1.00 - $1/2 coupon from Penguin coupon display found recently in stores - .50 each

McCain frozen potatoes, BOGO for $1.79 - $1 SavingStar.com e-coupon credit = .79 after credit is received

Harris Teeter Steamer vegetables, 12 oz., $1.25

Sister Shubert’s yeast dinner rolls, 10 count or parker house style yeast rolls, 11 oz, $2.99 - .75/1 coupon from 3/24 SS, .50 coupons from All You Magazine March and April = $1.49

Pepperidge Farm 3-layer cakes, $3 - .50/1 coupon from 2/10 SS = $2.00

New York Texas Toast, $3 - .50 coupon from All You Magazine March = $2.00

Harris Teeter all natural ice cream, BOGO for $2.69

Grocery

Knorr pasta and rice sides, $1.00 - .50/2 from 3/24 RP AND .50/2 HT ZVR e-Vic coupon = .25 each

Hunt’s canned tomatoes sauce, $1 - .55/2 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above = .45 each

Harris Teeter diced tomatoes and green chilis, 10 oz., BOGO for .49 each

Hunt’s pasta sauce, 24 oz., $1.00 - .50/1 e-Vic coupon = .50

Nabisco Triscuit or Wheat Thins, BOGO for $1.57 - $1 coupon for Triscuit brown rice variety on Facebook page = .57

Old Orchard juice, various, 64 oz, Buy 2 get 3 free, regular price is $2.89 - $3.29
Coupons: Various $1/2 coupons on their website, $1/2 coupon on Smart Shopper coupons link above
Total if you buy 5 of the $2.89 variety, use 2 of the $1/2 coupons = .77 each – very good deal for these

Jolly Time popcorn, Buy 2 Get 3 Free, regular price is $2.99 each - $1/2 coupons from their website
Total after sale and 2 coupons = .80 each

Rothbury Farms croutons, 6 oz., BOGO for .84 each

Crystal Light 8 quart or 10 count, BOGO for $1.57 – $1 ibotta e-coupon deposit

Twizzlers bites, 16 oz, BOGO for $1.39 - $1/2 coupon from 3/3 SS = .89 each

Mission tortillas, 8 count, $1.00

Nabisco Newtons cookies, BOGO for $2.14 - $1 coupon from All You Magazine March = $1.14

Barilla pasta sauce, 24 oz., $1.50 – possible coupon in 4/7 SS

Campbell’s Skillet sauces, 9 oz., $2.00 - .75/1 coupon from Campbell’s website = .50

Minute Maid juice boxes, $2.50 - $1 coupon at Smart Shopper coupons link above = $1.50

Harris Teeter thick and chunky salsa, 16 oz., $1.66

Cap n Crunch, BOGO for $1.87 - $1/2 coupon from All You Magazine February - $1.37 each (boy did I liked the peanut butter ones as a kid, but I hated how they made the roof of my mouth totally raw! Remember that?)

Coke, 6 pack bottles, Buy 2 Get 3 Free = $1.88 each when you buy 5 at the same time

Harris Teeter cola, 12 pack cans, $2.00 – good price for 12 pack of soda

Peter Pan, 16.3 oz., $2.50

Harris Teeter cola, 12 pack cans, $2.50

Land O Lakes Saute Express Starter, $3 - .75/1 coupon from All You Magazine March = $1.50

Thomas’ English muffins, BOGO for $2.09

Harris Teeter pita chips, 16 oz., BOGO for $2.49

Bertolli olive oil, 17 oz, BOGO for $4.49 - $1.00/1 coupon off olive oil = $3.49

Caribou coffee, 12 oz., $5.99 - $2 coupon from 3/3 SS = $3.99

Non-Food

Dawn dish soap, 9 oz., .99 - .25 coupon from 3/31 P&G AND .25 HT ZVR e-Vic coupon = .25

Clorox Bleach, 64 oz, $2.00 - .75/1 coupon when you register on their website = .50 – good price!

V05 shampoo or conditioner, 15 oz., .89

Mardi Gras napkins, 250 count, $1.99 - .55/1 printable coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above = .89

Clorox bleach gel or Clorox wipes, 35 count, 24 oz., $2.50 - .75/1 coupon from Clorox website when you register = $1.00

Vidal Sassoon shampoo or conditioner, 12 oz., $2.50 - .75/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above = $1.00

Edge or Skintimate shaving cream, 7 oz., $2.50 - .55/1 from 3/24 or 2/24 SS = $1.40

Finish Jet Dry Rinse Agent, 8.45 oz., BOGO for $2.59 - .50/1 coupon from 3/17 SS = $1.59

Finish Powerball Gelpack, 20 count, BOGO for $2.89 - $1.25/1 coupon from 3/17 SS = $1.64

Luvs jumbo pack diapers, $6.99 - $1/2 coupon from 3/31 PG AND $1 HT ZVR e-vic coupon
Total when you buy 2 and use both HT coupon and $1/2 coupon = $5.99 each

Purina Beneful dog food, 15.5 lb, $14.99 - $2 coupon from 2/10 SS = $12.99

P&G promo: Buy $30 worth of participating items and get $10 pre-paid Visa rebate via mail. There are a number os matching coupons in the 3/31 P&G insert. See the ad for all the details.
 

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  • meredith88 Apr 8, 2013

    I cannot find the Old Orchard coupon on the Smart Shopper coupons. Are they all gone? Or is there a certain zip code that will bring it up?

  • katie1horton Apr 4, 2013

    There's now a Triscuit coupon on coupons.com (77477) for 75/1 that would make those Triscuits only 7 cents!

  • katie1horton Apr 4, 2013

    I could easily pound 3 bowls of Peanut Butter Capn Crunch. Thankfully it rarely goes on sale, but I'm ALL over it when it is!

  • corbin04 Apr 4, 2013

    dnstnd-ty, i was able to print 2 under that zipcode!

  • PennysMom Apr 3, 2013

    Thank you to the *coupon fairy* that left coupons around the HT at Tryon and Walnut. I used one (my husband loves those biscuits!) but left a few of my own that I had and didn't use in the hopes that someone else will use them. :)

  • gmjaime Apr 3, 2013

    Bought the Old Orchard juice this afternoon... the second $1 off coupon beeped so I could use only one coupon on the offer since it was off 2. Did get 3 Tricuits w/ Brown Rice for .57 each.

  • Dstned2BMe Apr 3, 2013

    Corbin04 Try zip code 27526. I just printed 2 from there.

  • ewarrenkuhn Apr 3, 2013

    With the P&G promo (Buy $30 worth of participating items and get $10 pre-paid Visa rebate via mail.) Is the $30 tabulated based on the prices of the items before the coupons are deducted or after? Thanks!

  • Packy Apr 3, 2013

    FYI: Fuquay's HT is now only taking one competitor's coupon for a $ amount off total order. I went in there with several thinking I was going to be paying a couple $$ OOP but that was not the case. She said their policy has changed and is now on their website. I know other stores don't take any but FV's store was one of the few ones left. :(

  • corbin04 Apr 3, 2013

    can't find q for mardi gras---are they all gone?

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