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Harris Teeter weekend e-Vic specials: Milk deal & more!

Posted August 15, 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 that I received:

Weekend Only: HT Milk, 1 gallon, $2.97 – very good deal
Limit 2  (most of us should have this deal)

Weekend only deal: Kellogg’s Mini Wheats cereal, 15 – 18 oz, $1.77 - .75/1 or $1.50/1 coupons from when you redeem 500 or 1000 reward points = FREE to .27!
Limit 2  (most of us should have this deal)

Deals valid through Tuesday (you have different deals available to you so check your e-mail):

Dove bars, 8.67 oz., $1.97
Coupons: $1/1 coupon from 7/13 RP (coupon indicates DND but will double if store scans and allows it), $1.50/1 printable coupon that was available recently on ( no longer)
Total after coupon = FREE!
Limit 4

Florida’s Natural OJ or Smoothies, 33.8 – 59 oz, $2.47 - $1/1 coupon for Smoothies from Smart Shopper Coupons link above = .47 – great deal

Progresso rich & hearty soup, 18 – 19 oz, $1.17 - .50/2 printable coupon from their website = .67 each

Smucker’s fruit-fulls, 4 pack, $2.57

Starbucks iced coffee, 48 – 50.7 oz., $3.27
Limit 4

Whole watermelon, $3.97 – good deal

Frito-Lay variety packs, 20 count, $4.77
Limit 4

Seventh Generation laundry detergent, 100 oz, $9.97 - $2/1 printable coupon = $5.97
Limit 4

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 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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  • wral suks bauls Aug 17, 2014

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    Totally agree about depends on the cashier. Most HT I go to are great about just scanning them, and as long as they double without a problem, it's normally not a problem. One little trick I use before checking out is I 'cashier shop'.. Ill see what how they look like they'd be before getting in line. It's especially helpful if someone is checking out with a lot of coupons. You watch if she's reading/checking every coupon before scanning, being super picky, etc.

    I don't get cashiers like that... I'm all for helping out someone if I can. HT gets the money back from the manufacturer. It's not like it's money out of the cashiers pocket. And they're not gonna get in trouble for it, especially if it scans.

  • wral suks bauls Aug 16, 2014

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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Aug 15, 2014

    dishatoid01 - the limit restarts each morning so if you went around lunch today and you go tomorrow morning (after the store resets for the day) you will not have a problem. I have read that some stores do not reset until 7 am, so you may want to wait until then or call your store tonight to ask when their registers reset for the next day. If you are not going until 7 am or after, you should be just fine. Have a good shop!

  • dishatoid01 Aug 15, 2014

    I have a quick question for someone--I went to HT and used my 20 coupons today around lunchtime. Will they be reset by tomorrow morning? Does it have to be 24 hours or do they reset at midnight?

  • christicoupons Aug 15, 2014

    Thanks JDouglas13! That gives me a better understanding of some of my doubles questions!

  • jdouglas13 Aug 15, 2014

    Christicoupons, I can help some with your question. A coupon that has a numeric code that starts with a 7 or a 9 will not double. A coupon that starts with another number, even if it says DND, will usually double. As far as HT goes, some stores will sort through your coupons and pull out all the non-7 or 9 DND ones and input them so that they don't double. Other stores will put them right through and allow them to double. It really depends on the individual store, their manager, and the cashier ringing you up. I don't think HT as a company has a specific policy doubling or not doubling the non 7 and 9 DND coupons, but maybe at this point, someone else can jump in here and help.

  • christicoupons Aug 15, 2014

    Faye, thanks for all your awesome work in putting deals together! I've def. used your posts and referred others to them to help coupon. Since I'm fairly new to the "double coupon" world, can you explain the policy for Harris Teeter stores that double when a coupon says "Do not double"? I want to follow the coupon "laws" and am hesitant to use coupons that say DND during a doubling event. Thanks in advance!

  • jdouglas13 Aug 15, 2014

    I was most excited about getting the watermelon, milk, and Berio EVOO. Sadly, despite trying on several computers, I wasn't able to print the coupon. It's still not a bad deal though.

  • mikaylanobles Aug 15, 2014

    They sorry everyone I thought they were just weekend deals thanks for pointing that out to me that really helps!

  • moneysaver118 Aug 15, 2014

    I thought I was going to miss out on the e-Vic specials this week because I had called HT customer service yesterday to unlink my Vic card from my parents since we don't live together anymore and did not realize that when they unlinked us I had to re-sign up for the e-Vic subscription. I just called HT customer service again to ask to see if there was any way to get my e-Vic specials since you could clearly see the ones from last week on my account and that if I had realized that the unlinking of the cards would have caused me to lose my e-Vic subscription then I would've waited. The woman was SUPER nice and gave me a $10 credit on my Vic card for the inconvenience and since the situation was out of my control :-)