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Harris Teeter & Lowes Foods weekend specials!

Posted December 14, 2012

Coupons!

 

Both Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods usually have some weekend specials for their e-Vic and Fresh Rewards members. Check your Friday e-mails from both stores to see the deals you received and then share them here.

What deals did you get this week?

Remember, the deals we receive on Fridays are different for each person and you may have totally different deals than those I receive. Check your Friday e-mails from both grocery stores to see the specific deals that are loaded to your reward cards. If you don't already receive the e-mails from these stores, you can sign up online at both company websites or call the customer service number on your rewards card:

Harris Teeter website

Lowes Foods website


 

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  • cw4you Dec 16, 10:45 a.m.

    this is not a weekend deal, but just incase it was missed by anyone needing baking items (Bakers joy baking spray),5oz. $2.69 -$1.00 = $1.69
    Check out printable coupon! http://coupons2.smartsource.com/smartsource/index.jsp?Link=NKRWPOGKNBQSW

  • floomamia Dec 14, 3:16 p.m.

    Harris Teeter:
    General Mills Cereal (Honey Nut cheerios, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Reeses Peanut Butter Puffs, Apple Cinnamon Cherrios) 1.97
    13-16 oz Snyders Pretzels 1.97
    1.5 L Yellow Tail wine 7.97
    Dannon Yogurt 10 for $5
    9 double roll Angel Soft toilet paper 3.97 50 oz A&H detergent 1.97 3.5 oz Ghiradrdelli Chocolate Bar .97 HT instant and boil in bag rice .97

  • floomamia Dec 14, 3:11 p.m.

    Lowes:
    10-12 oz Nestle tollhouse morsels 1.88
    48 oz crisco oil 2.48
    10-12 ounce Lowes Pie crust 1.48
    2.25 oz Diamond Chopped Walnuts 4 for $5

  • Nancy Dec 14, 10:54 a.m.

    Faye, haven't a clue where I got that printable detergent coupon :( I've been randomly printing here and there and mentally too scattered to remember who*what*where*when :(

    AND I've been so bad with coupon clipping/filing lately that my trips to the grocery stores have only been finding me saving 50-60% - that hurts! Once the holidays are behind me, I'll get regrouped and focused again. Been on the run for weeks and weeks it seems and totally disorganized!

  • scoutmomof2 Dec 14, 10:24 a.m.

    got cut off.

    decent sale price on the cookie cutters for the linzer tarts.

  • scoutmomof2 Dec 14, 10:23 a.m.

    I dip the pretzels (we especially like them in white chocolate), as well as nuts. I believe we are also doing truffles this year and of course chocolate lollipops. My youngest wants to do chocolates for his girlfriend. We will also be baking a lot this weekend. I have all the old family recipes plus several I have added through the years (my sons like the gingersnaps about the best).

    Chocolates are extremely easy to make with the Wiltons candy melts. Just melt in the microwave and either dip or stir in as the case for nuts and coconut and spoon out. We have been doing them for years.

    The truffles I may stack into "Snowmen" and decorate. I found a great recipe last Easter for them on allrecipes and made my own eggs (using the plastic eggs for molds but you have to find the ones that split the long way, I believe I found them at the dollar store). For lollipops or the long pretzels you can get the molds at AC Moore, Michaels or JoAnns (I just picked up some here on sale as well as a d

  • nakabi Dec 14, 10:02 a.m.

    The deals weren't too impressive to me either :( I got a rainchecque for the A&H last week which was a better deal.
    scoutmomof2-do you dip the pretzels yourself or buy them covered in chocolate already? My sister in law loves them so I wanted to either buy some or make some...

  • scoutmomof2 Dec 14, 9:32 a.m.

    Ah but I can use the Arm and Hammer detergent, as well as the prezels (dipped in chocolate) and the Cakemate decors (for the cookies). But I agree nothing to exciting. Has anyone tried the Yellowtail Wine (I think the deal was 7.97 a bottle)?

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 14, 9:30 a.m.

    Nancy - Good morning! Where did you score the $1 A&H coupons? Did I miss a good printable?

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 14, 9:29 a.m.

    The weekend deals this week from HT and LF are not all that impressive.

    Here are the better HT deals I received:

    Arm & Hammer detergent, 50 oz, $1.97 - a good deal (there is also a $1/3 printable on the A&H website, but the limit is 2 for this deal

    Campbell's 100% natural soup, $1.27 - $1/2 printable from Campbellskitchen.com website:

    http://www.campbellskitchen.com/SavingsCenterLandingPage/CouponsAndSpecialOffers.aspx

    The Sat only deals are various General Mills cereals and Snyders pretzels for $1.97. Use the .60/1 Honey Nut Cheerios printable from Pillsbury.com with the savingstar.com e-coupon and the .50 ZVR HT digital coupon to make it FREE.

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