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Lidl Deals 10/5: Cheese, whole chickens, raisin bran

Posted October 5

Lidl Storefront

Lidl has fantastic deals this week on block cheese (only 72 cents!!), whole chickens (only 69 cents/lb!), Raisin Bran cereal (only 84 cents), sweet potatoes, apples, frozen pizza, M&M's Halloween candy, fall themed coffee single cups, laundry detergent, diapers, costumes and more!

Baby Food Coupon: Plus, get a coupon for 30% off your Lidl baby food purchase through 11/3/17 with the coupon below. You can print it or show it on your smart phone at the register. There will also be baby booklets at the leaflet stands at the front of the store if there are any issues with the coupon, according to Lidl representatives.

See below for their coupon and store policies and locations. Click on the photo above for a slideshow of the inside of the store and deals offered during the recent Grand opening event in Wilson.

The Wake Forest Lidl location opened on July 13, 2017. Click HERE for details on the Wake Forest Grand Opening including a video of the Wake Forest store.

To see a video of the inside of the Wilson store, head to the Smart Shopper Facebook page HERE.


These deals are valid from Thursday, 10/5 – Sunday, 10/8, 2017.

Whole young chickens, .69/lb

Apples, various, 2 lbs, $1.49

Sweet potatoes, 3 lbs, $1.49 (.49/lb)

Boneless center cut pork chops, $2.49/lb

Pumpkins from NC, $2.49 each


These deals are valid from Monday, 10/9 – Wednesday, 10/11, 2017.

Kiwi Gold, .39 each

Yellow sweet onions, 2 lb, .99 per package

Specialty tomatoes (zimas), 1 pint, $1.49

Boneless skinless chicken breast, thinly sliced, $2.29/lb

Chicken breast tenderloins, $2.99/lb


These deals are valid from Thursday, 10/5 – Wednesday, 10/11, 2017.

Dairy & Frozen

Cheese blocks, 8 oz, .72 each –SUPER price!

Organic hummus, 8 oz, $2.49

Mayer Brothers fresh pressed apple cider, 59 oz, $2.49

Fresh Pressed apple cider 1 gallon, $2.99

Original pepperoni pizza, 20.6 oz, .99 each = super price!

Frozen vegetables, 35.2 oz, $2.29 each

Misc. Grocery

Cinnamon raisin bagels, .49 each

Raisin Bran cereals, 18.2 oz, .84 each – super price!

Ghost marshmallows, 10 oz, .89 each

Flavored popcorn, 4.5 oz, $1.49

M&M’s variety bags or 50 individually wrapped packages, 27.1 oz, $2.95

Fall coffee cup variety pack, 36 pods, $9.99

Non Food

Trick or treat bags or pumpkin pail, .99 each

Soft & strong facial tissues, 2 ply, 3 pack or 160 tissues each, (total of 480 tissues), $2.49

Complete Clean original laundry detergent, 100 oz, $2.64

Diapers, select, $3.29 - $5.99

Halloween accessories and hats starting at $2.99 each

Kids Halloween costumes (and some pet costumes), $6.99 - $7.99

Adult Halloween costumes, $8.99

Store hours: 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday-Sunday.

Coupon Policy: Lidl stores do not accept Manufacturer's Coupons. They do offer store coupons on the Lidl app.

Forms of Payment: Lidl will accept cash, credit cards, debit cards. They do not accept checks.

Bags: Bring your own bags. They do not offer free bags.

Carts: You do not have to bring a quarter to rent a cart.

They have new Fresh 5 specials each Thursday and Monday including three fresh fruits and vegetables and two meats that are deeply discounted. They also have new themed specials offered weekly starting on Thursdays.

North Carolina Store Locations

Wake Forest, NC at 1120 South Main St

Greenville, NC, 1800 East Fire Tower Rd

Havelock, NC at 547 US Hwy 70 West

Kinston, NC, 4050 W Vernon Ave

Rocky Mount, NC, 940 N Wesleyan Blvd

Sanford, NC, 3209 NC 87 South

Thomasville, NC, 1147 Randolph St (Opens August 24, 2017)

Wilson, NC , 3520 Raleigh Rd Parkway West

Winston-Salem, NC, 3315 Sides Branch Rd

Lidl Store Details from their press release:

Newly-Built, Beautiful Stores and Easy-to-Shop Layouts: All Lidl stores opening this summer will be newly constructed facilities, featuring a manageable, easy-to-shop layout of 20,000 square feet with only six aisles.

Fresh Baked Goods: Customers will be greeted each day with the smell of Lidl’s top-quality breads and pastries, which are baked fresh throughout the day. A bakery will be located at the entrance of each store.

Healthy, Sustainable Choices: Lidl is committed to offering a wide range of healthy and sustainable options. All fresh and frozen seafood in Lidl’s everyday assortment will be certified sustainable by either the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC), Best Aquaculture Practices (BAP), or the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC). Lidl’s high quality private label products will not have certified synthetic colors, added MSG or partially hydrogenated oils (PHOs) containing trans fats.

Organic and Gluten-Free Options: Lidl will carry a variety of organic and gluten-free items including organic fruit, vegetables, meat, dairy, and packaged food items, which will all be available at the lowest possible prices.

Lidl’s Top Quality Products: About 90 percent of the high quality groceries available at Lidl will be exclusive brand products. Each product on Lidl shelves will be rigorously tested to ensure that it meets our high quality standards. Several items have already won acclaim in the United States, including award-winning cheeses recognized in the 2017 Los Angeles International Dairy Competition, and a range of baby products that have earned the Parent-Tested, Parent-Approved seal of approval.

Lidl Surprises: Lidl offers an ever-changing selection of non-food products each week that will be in stores for a limited time. The selection will include fitness gear, small kitchen appliances, toys, and outdoor furniture, among other non-food items.

Lidl operates more than 10,000 stores in 27 countries throughout Europe, offering customers the highest quality fresh produce, meat, bakery items and a wide array of household products at the lowest possible prices. Lidl first established its U.S. headquarters in Arlington County, Virginia in June 2015. Since then, it has announced regional headquarters and distribution centers in Spotsylvania County, Virginia; Alamance County, North Carolina and Cecil County, Maryland.


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