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Harris Teeter e-Vic deals: FREE yogurt!

Posted November 18

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The Harris Teeter e-Vic offers on Saturday include free Harris Teeter yogurt, flour, sugar and more!

What deals did you get in your e-mail?

Harris Teeter has some special deals for their e-Vic members starting on Friday of each week. Check your Friday (or Thursday evening) e-mail from Harris Teeter to see the deals you received and then share them here. In order to get these deals, you must sign up on their website for the e-Vic rewards e-mails using your VIC rewards card.

Some of these deals are valid from Friday through Tuesday. Some of the deals are only valid during the weekend. Check your e-mail for your specific deals each week.

We do not all get the same deals and you can only redeem the deals you receive in your e-mail. Most of us in the Raleigh area will receive the same weekend deals, though.

Here are the deals I received in my e-mail:

Saturday Only FREEBIE: Harris Teeter Lite yogurt, 6 oz, FREE, limit 1

Weekend Only Deal (Saturday and Sunday): Tostitos, 9 – 14 oz, $1.97, limit 2

These deals are valid Friday, November 18 – November 24, 2016:

Harris Teeter All-Purpose flour, 5 lb bag, .97, limit 4

Harris Teeter Sliced or Slivered Almonds, 2 oz, $1.27, limit 4

Dixie Crystals, 4 lb bag, $1.77, limit 4 - .55/1 coupon from 10/9 SS (DND)

Libby’s pumpkin, 15 oz, $1.57, limit 4

Harris Teeter corn, vegetable or blended oil, 48 oz, $1.77, limit 4

Bertolli pasta sauce, 15 – 24 oz, $1.77, limit 4

Garnier Micellar cleansing water, $5.97, limit 4


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  • Em2s Nov 19, 3:13 a.m.

    JDouglas13, Hmm, so it wasn't just my taste buds.... Not sure that I'll purchase again. Picking out tomato tomato peels in recent purchase incurred more prep time, too. I plan to use the remaining cans in Sunday night's tomato basil soup - hoping a few tweaks will improve the flavor .... definitely allowing more time in case there's tomato skins to remove again. Have you used all that you purchased?

    We enjoyed the sliced almonds last year, but I've not opened the new bag. I'll let you know in a few days as I plan to use them when making a dried-fruit-mincemeat strudel.

  • jdouglas13 Nov 18, 1:25 p.m.

    To be honest, I'm hoping the folks that regularly clear the shelves at my closest HT buy up all the Nestle chips so I can get a raincheck.

    EM2S, how were the sliced almonds at Aldi? Were they fresh? I was disappointed too with the crushed tomatoes.

  • Em2s Nov 18, 11:08 a.m.

    Included in my savings offer were the Sat/Sun deals, flour, sugar, oil, pumpkin and almonds. Additionally:
    Nestle Morsels - 10-12 oz : eVIC Member Price - $1.97;
    Sargento Snack Bites - 6 oz : eVIC Member Price - $2.77 ea - Limit 4;
    Harris Teeter Organics Frozen Vegetables - 16 oz : eVIC Member Price - $1.87 ea - Limit 4;
    Harris Teeter Sliced or Slivered Almonds - 2 oz : eVIC Member Price - $1.27 ea - Limit 4
    I bought 6 oz of Slice Almonds at Aldi for $2.99 (price still good this week). Will definitely be combining a BOGO raincheck with the Nestle chips deal. Thank you, HT!!

  • Em2s Nov 18, 10:57 a.m.

    Faye - Good to know on chocolate chips ... never bought them and was considering them this week. I was recently disappointed in the latest batch of crushed tomatoes I bought there - different than past cans but I cannot detect a difference in the labeled ingredients.

    JDouglas13 - You're right about travel factors that could offset a savings! One I watch, as well.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Nov 18, 8:32 a.m.

    jdouglas13 - I know! The Publix price is super, but I would lose the savings in gas to get there. I bought the Aldi chocolate chips last week for $1.49. They are good, but taste different than Nestle.

  • jdouglas13 Nov 18, 8:25 a.m.

    I was pretty excited to get Nestle toll house morsels for $1.97, limit 4. I saw that the price at Publix is better (WOW!) but I figure I'd spend more than $1.60 in gas to get them there.