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Harris Teeter Friday e-Vic specials: Vanilla extract

Posted November 14, 2014

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Harris Teeter has some special deals for their e-Vic members starting on Friday of each week! Check your Friday e-mail from Harris Teeter to see the deals you received and then share them here!  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 the details each week.

What deals did you get?

Here are the deals I received:

Weekend only: Charmin tissue, 6 rolls, limit 2, $4.97 - $1 HT ZVR digital coupon, $1.50/3 coupon from 10/26 PG

Weekend only: Nestle water, 24 pack, $2.97, limit 2

Deals good through Tuesday:

Yoplait yogurt, 6 oz., limit 20, .37 each - .40/6 or .50/8 coupons from 9/21 SS (expires 11/15)

McCormick Vanilla Extract, 1 oz, limit 4, .97 - $1/2 coupon from 11/9 RP = .47 each

Campbell's Chunky soup, 18.6 oz, limit 4,  $1.27 - .50/3 from 10/5 SS or $1/2 Chunk Healthy Request soups coupon from campbellskitchen.com

Kashi cereals, select, $1.97

Palermo's pizza, limit 4,  $3.97 - $1/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link recently (or $1/2 from palermospizza.com) = $2.97

Irish spring bar soap, 3 bar, $1.97, limit 3

Stouffer's entrees, 28 - 38 oz, $5.77

Mrs. Budd's chicken pot pie, 56 oz, $5.97


Remember, the special sale prices we receive in the Friday e-mail are different for each person and you may have totally different deals than those I receive. Check your Friday e-mail from Harris Teeter to see the specific deals that are loaded to your reward card.

You can also see the deals you got when you log into your account on the Harris Teeter website.  If you don't already receive the e-mail from them, you can sign up online at HarrisTeeter.com for the e-vic program. You can only get the deals you were sent.  You cannot get the deals that others were sent.

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  • SomeRandomGuy Nov 18, 2014

    Scored some good deals at HT Friday night, Retail $530, with the B2G3 sale, coupons, and Evics, paid $130 OOP.

  • PennyPincher Nov 15, 2014

    The Charmin TP is actually a good deal I used the .75/2 Q from P&G and I had a $1/1 ZVR

  • themommyliza Nov 15, 2014

    There is a $.35/1 q for Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong Charmin on coupons.com. Helps a little. Sure wish I was one of the ones who were getting the Charmin for $3.97.

  • gator1 Nov 14, 2014

    View quoted thread

    I've been getting the weekend deals for a dollar less for last 3 weeks. Also, the color border on those items in the email is blue on purple like before.

  • computer trainer Nov 14, 2014

    Is the Turkey Frozen and if so, will it be fine in the fridge until Thanksgiving? I am not sure that I have room in the freezer.

  • jdouglas13 Nov 14, 2014

    For those of you who didn't get the vanilla extract deal and use a lot of vanilla extract for baking -- Amazon currently has a subscribe and save deal of McCormick vanilla extract, 16 oz., for $7.58. You can cancel the subscribe and save any time. They also have Nielsen Massey Madagascar bourbon vanilla extract, 32 oz., for $28.58 Last time I bought the vanilla bean paste - yum! I use a lot of vanilla, so I usually buy one of these every year or so.

    Make sure you shake your vanilla extract really well before you use it, especially the more expensive ones, because the seeds from the vanilla beans tend to settle in the bottom of the bottle.

  • barbiedoll1967 Nov 14, 2014

    I didn't get the vanilla extract either.

  • wolfpacky Nov 14, 2014

    I got 5 lb Gold Medal flour for $1.67 no vanilla extract :(

  • jamesipowell Nov 14, 2014

    I didn't get the vanilla extract ether. Wish I had.

  • tc35d Nov 14, 2014

    I also heard of folks getting a note at the bottom of their receipt that says to come back for a free Turkey. The manager at or HT didn't know anything about it and had heard others asking about that too.
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