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Harris Teeter & Lowes Foods weekend specials - great milk deal!

Posted March 22, 2013



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.


The Saturday only offer is for a gallon of Harris Teeter milk for $2.57! That's a great price!

I also received deals for Oreos (Saturday only) for $1.97, Angel Soft (Sunday only), Crisco, Dixie sugar ($1.97), Nestle Toll House cookies, organic carrots, Cooked Perfect Bites, Method hand soap.


.55/1 Dixie coupon from 3/17 SS and .50/1 from their website:

.75/1 Nestle cookie coupon from 2/3 RP

$1 Cooked Perfect coupon for the meatballs from 1/20 SS (not sure this product is meatballs so you may not be able to use the coupon on it)

$1 Method coupon on their Facebook page:

.25 Angel Soft coupon on their website:

Possible .45/1 Angel Soft coupon in Sunday RedPlum insert

$1/2 Oreos cookie from 2/10 SS BUT it expires today (3/22) and the Oreos deal is only for tomorrow (3/23)

There was an Oreos printable available on Smart Shopper coupons link a few weeks ago, but mine has already expired.

The milk, Nestle cookies and Dixie sugar are very good deals!

What deals did you get? 

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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  • 40andtired Mar 24, 2013

    Check your evics. I got a .45 off the Angel Soft this morning. And I got a .45q from my Red Plum in today's paper!

  • apextammy Mar 24, 2013

    For those with the Wisk Deal at Harris Teeter (3.97 for 50 oz) there is a $1 off coupon if you like their FB page (you can print two coupons off)..

  • Smilepal Mar 22, 2013

    Yea for the milk deal. We need to invest in a cow around our house.

  • raesmom1612 Mar 22, 2013

    For those who got the nestle toll house cookie e vic and do not have the .75 off 1 coupon, there is a $1.25 off 2 coupon on their website. You do have to sign up if you aren't already.

  • Nancy Mar 22, 2013

    StixNStones - before you leave the store, and you KNOW you have them added to your card and you didn't get the credit on your receipt, go up to the CS counter and let them know. They can access your account and see that they are indeed on your card and give you the cash right there.

    Sometimes their system hiccups and they don't come off. Just get in the habit of checking your receipt before you leave.

    I always right down on my grocery list next to the item the value of my paper coupons I'm using as well as ZVR coupon value I should get, that way I have it all written down and easy to tell them which ones didn't show up.

  • ctya Mar 22, 2013

    Thanks for the Sugar FYI that was what I wanted and didn't get.

  • StixNStones Mar 22, 2013

    How do you get the electronic coupons to work @ HT? I've added them to my card, but whenever I buy the product, it only deducts the paper coupons I'm using. Am I doing something wrong?

  • watchhillgirl Mar 22, 2013

    Meredith, I will tell you, Faye told me how to make the pizza using the HT dough, and they are the best pizzas ever! I made on Monday night- onions, peppers, mushrooms (canned), turkey sausage and turkey pepperoni! They are the best! You will not go wrong making them!

  • Nancy Mar 22, 2013

    ddalmas - thank you on the heads up for Lowe's on Dixie sugar - $1 for 4 lbs is very acceptable :)

  • meredith88 Mar 22, 2013

    Awesome! Thanks for the information Faye! They are fresh mushrooms so I will saute them first. I'll go check out your directions now :)