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Lowes Foods deals: Ham, cereal, laundry detergent!

Posted December 5, 2012


Lowes Foods has some very good deals on ham, select General Mills cereals, Xtra lunadry detergent, Lance sandwich crackers, International Delight creamer and more!

These deals are valid 12/5 -12/11


Lowes Coupon Policy Basics:

Doubles coupons .99 or less everyday

Doubles up to 20 coupons per day

Doubles up to 4 identical coupons (must have required product to go with each coupon)

BOGO sales ring up at half price. If you just buy one, it still rings up at half price and you can still use a coupon on it! I love that policy!

Reminder: You can now add digital coupons to your Lowes Foods Reward card by going to These coupons will not double.

The official Lowes Foods Coupon Policy can be found on their website HERE. Scroll down to see the policy once you get to their website.

Double Gas Rewards: From 10/3 through the end of the year, Lowes Foods is offering double gas rewards at Lowes Foods fuel centers and Wilco Hess gas stations. Save 10 cents per gallon for every $100 spent in-store with your Fresh Rewards Card.

Joy it Forward opportunity: Lowes Foods Friends Feeding Friends food drive. Donation bins are located in Lowes Foods stores near checkout and all donations go to local food banks. You can also purchase pre-made bags of non-perishable items most needed in the food banks or donate cash at the register in $1.00, $3.00 and $5.00 increments.  The food drive continues through 12/31/12.

Fresh Rewards Offer: Perdue Perfect Portions boneless chicken breast, 22.4 – 24 oz, limit 2, $4.99


Red grapefruit, .79

Fresh leeks, $1.50/lb

Brussel sprouts, $1.50/lb

Russet potatoes, 4 lb bag, $1.50

Broccoli crowns, Yellow cooking onions, 3 lb bag, $1.50

Sweet seedless clementines, 5 lb box, $5.97

Fresh Express Romaine, 9 oz., $1.50

Jumbo sweet cantaloupe, $2.50


Sanderson Farms chicken thighs or drumsticks, value pack, $1.17/lb

Gwaltney spiral sliced half ham or whole honey or brown sugar, $1.37/lb, limit 2 with additional $25 purchase

Carolina shrimp, BOGO for $5 per lb – a decent deal

Foster Farms chicken strips or wings, 24 – 28 oz., BOGO for $4.33

Mama Lucia meatballs, 25.60 oz., BOGO for $4.35

Oscar Mayer bologna, 16 oz., BOGO for $1.80

Smithfield sausage, $2.99 - $1 coupon from 10/7 SS = $1.99

Land O Frost lunch meats, 16 oz., $3.77 - $1/2 coupon from 10/7 RP, $1/2 coupon from

Dairy & Frozen

Yoplait yogurt, 4 – 6 oz., .50 each - .40/6 and .50/8 coupons from 11/11 SS

International Delight creamer, 16 oz., $1.79 - $1 printable from their Facebook page HERE = .79
There is also a .55/1 coupon on their website HERE

I Can’t Believe it’s Not Butter, 6 – 16 oz., $2.50 - $1 coupon from 11/11 RP = $1.50

Aunt Jemima pancakes or French toast, BOGO for $1.85

Mrs. Smith’s cobblers, 32 oz., BOGO for $3.00 - $1 coupon from 11/18 SS

Dr. Oetker pizza, 11.5 – 13.8 oz., BOGO for $3.00 - $1 coupon from 9/9 SS or $1/2 coupon from 10/21 SS = $2 each with $1 coupon or $2.50 each with $1/2 coupon

Mayfield ice cream, BOGO for $3 (my buy price is usually $2.50 or less for 48 – 56 oz ice cream)

Delizza cream puffs or éclairs, $4.99 - .55/1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link in box above = $3.89

Stouffer’s family size entrees, 23 – 40 oz., $5.99 - $1.50/1 from 9/23 SS, $1.50 coupon from All You Magazine, October, recent $1.50 printable on their Facebook page HERE   = $4.49


Knorr rice or pasta sides, $1 - .50/2 printable on = .50 each
Coupon has the Dollar General name on it, but is a manufacturer’s coupon and LF should take it with no issues.

Lance sandwich crackers, $2 - .55/1 coupon from 11/4 SS = .90

Luzianne tea bags, various, 24 count, BOGO for $1.05 - $1.88

Welch’s chillers juice drink punch, 64 oz., BOGO for $1.25

General Mills cereals, various
Sale: $2.50
Coupons: .60/1 Honey Nut Cheerios and Trix coupons from HERE .50/1 Savingstar coupons for Honey Nut Cheerios and Trix
Total after .60 manufacturers coupon and .50 Savingstar e-coupon = .80 (once coupon has been credited)

Bertolli pasta sauce, BOGO for $1.43

Utz pretzels, 16 oz., BOGO for $1.65

Buy 1 Kraft American singles(12oz) AND 1 can Progresso soup(18.5 - 19oz) & get 1 loaf of LowesFoods bread(20oz) free


Lowes Foods cleaners, various, 32 oz., BOGO for $1.00

Niagra spray starch, BOGO for $1.15

Melitta coffee filters, 100 count, BOGO

Xtra laundry detergent, 75 oz., BOGO for $2.00 – very good price for 75 oz bottle

Purchase $50 of the selected gift cards and receive BONUS GAS REWARDS Offer valid 12/05/12 - 12/18/12. Subject to availability. See gift cards for details, terms, conditions and (if applicable) fees.




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  • jdouglas13 Dec 6, 2012

    Nakabi, congratulations!!! I am so thrilled for you. Welcome to baby Joshua! :) And thank for the info on the laundry soap.

  • nakabi Dec 5, 2012

    jdouglas-I bought 9 bottles of the Xtra laundry detergent a few weeks ago when it was this same great price and haven't noticed much of a difference. We usually only use All, but I decided to try the Xtra (we wash a lot of cloth diapers) and I've been pleasantly surprised.
    I was due 5 Dec, but Joshua arrived 24 Nov (after 15 minutes of active labour and 6 minutes of pushing and has a full head of hair..something each African seems to be concerned about lol.) Adjusting to life with 3 babies has kept me quite busy hence my not being on the blog much. But thank you very much for noticing my absence!

  • jdouglas13 Dec 5, 2012 has $0.55 off one LOF lunchmeat, net $2.67 after doubling.

  • jdouglas13 Dec 5, 2012

    Nancy and Nakabi -- nice to see you both! Nakabi, when are you due?

    Has anyone tried the Xtra laundry detergent? I am forever washing a load of dog towels and bedding, and just realized that they don't care if I use my pricey Tide on them...duh. But, I hate to have to wash things twice.

    What's the best cheap laundry detergent?

  • Nancy Dec 5, 2012

    I'm especially liking the russet potatoes for $1.50/4lbs! That's about a good a deal as they get. I will scrub/ peel and parboil for a couple minutes, then dunk in ice to stop the cooking process then chop/shred/slice etc and flash freeze on cookie sheets - then vacuum seal for future use :) I did that one time last year when 10lb bags were evic specials and they lasted a very long time and was so nice to have potatoes ready and on hand!

    Now all I have to do is find a day when I have time to do it LOL

  • nakabi Dec 5, 2012

    Thank you Faye!