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Lowes Foods deals: Gas rewards, cabbage, chicken, meatballs & more!

Posted December 26, 2012

 

Lowes Foods has some good deals this week on cabbage, chicken breast and Cooked Perfect Meatballs for only 50 cents! You'll also find all the traditional New Year's foods including hog jowls!

These deals are valid 12/26 - 1/1.

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 Lowesfoods.com. 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.

Bonus Gas Rewards Promotion: Buy 10 participating items and get a 10 cent per gallon bonus gas reward. You can mix and match the 10 items and there are many listed in the ad. These deals are valid through 1/8/13. Here are some that you may be interested in:

French bread from bakery $1

Green bell peppers, $1

Bar S franks, $1

Progresso soup, $1 - $1/4 coupon from 12/9 and 11/11 = .75 each

Fresh Rewards Offer: Nabisco snack crackers, $1.88 - - $1/2 coupon from 11/11 SS = $1.38 each, limit 4

Produce

Cabbage, .39/lb

Russet baking potatoes, .79/lb

Cilantro bunch, .89

Navel oranges, 2 for .98

Small lemons, 2 for .98

Garden salad, 12 oz., .98

Avocados, .98 (.49 at Aldi this week)

Baby carrots, 1 lb, .98 (.59 at Aldi this week)

Broccoli crowns. .98

Sweet onions, $1.29/lb

Fresh Express garden shreds, 8 oz., $1.50

Roma tomatoes, $1.69/lb

Fresh collard greens, 1 lb, $2.50

Red or white potatoes, 5 lb bag, $2.99

Meat

Smokes hog jowls – for those who follow this New Year’s tradition - $1.29/lb

Boston butt pork roast, $1.47/lb

Boneless chicken breast, Sanderson Farms, $1.97/lb

Fresh pork spareribs, $1.99/lb

Southern style pork ribs, $2.29/lb

Baby back pork ribs, $2.97/lb

Bone in strip steak, $5.97/lb

Jumbo raw shrimp, BOGO

Lobster tails, BOGO

Mama Lucia meatballs, BOGO

Cooked Perfect Meatballs, 14 oz., BOGO for $1.50 - $1 coupon from 12/2 or 10/7 SS = .50 – great price!

Dairy & Frozen

Wholly guacamole or salsa, $2.50 - $1 coupon from their website or a $1.50 coupon for the salsa = $1.00 with $1.50 coupon

Lowes Foods frozen blackeye peas or collard greens, frozen, 16 oz., $1.50

DiGiorno or California pizza kitchen pizza, $5 - $1 printable DiGiorno coupon or California Pizza Kitchen coupon = $4.00

Grocery

Margaret Holmes blackeye peas, 15 oz can, .50 each - .35 coupon from 5/13 SS = free (if you still happen to have that coupon)

Lowes Foods taco seasoning mix, BOGO for .50

Jiffy corn muffin mix, 2 for $1

Lowes Foods chopped greens, canned, .75

Lowes Foods blackeye peas, 16 oz bag, $1.50

Ritz crackers, BOGO for $2.10 - $1/2 coupon from 11/11 SS = $1.60 each

Nature’s Own honey wheat bread, BOGO for $1.70

Snyders of Hanover tortilla chips, 16 oz., BOGO for $1.75

Lowes Foods olive oil and EVOO, 17 oz., BOGO for $3.20

Non-Food

Holiday merchandise, select, 50% off

Lowes Foods dryer sheets, 40 count, BOGO for $1.10 (the 80 count is a better deal)

Lowes Foods dryer sheets, 80 count, BOGO for $1.85

Paws cat food, 3.5 lbs, $2.50

 

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  • pss3 Dec 30, 7:14 a.m.

    The cooked perfect meatballs are in the normal freezer section at most stores. The bags are small so it is easy to overlook them.

  • guadeloupegirl Dec 29, 10:02 a.m.

    Has anyone had trouble finding the Cooked Perfect meatballs? The LF in Clayton on HWY 70 didn't have them in the meat section with the Mama Lucia & Armour meatballs.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 27, 8:12 p.m.

    jdouglas - I guess I will have no luck in 2013 because I don't care for blackeye peas or collard greens either! lol

  • pss3 Dec 27, 3:47 p.m.

    I love the cooked perfect meatballs! I have tried them with mushrooms and gravy over rice and in spaghetti, both dishes were very good. So easy!

  • eje1015 Dec 26, 8:42 p.m.

    How are the cooked perfect meatballs...I'm scared to try them!

  • jdouglas13 Dec 26, 5:00 p.m.

    pss3 and Faye,I have to say I am with you on that. I know collards, black eyed peas and jowls are a time-honored Southern tradition, but it is one time when I just have to pull the Yankee card. No jowls here, thanks. Yuck.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 26, 3:13 p.m.

    LOL - that's funny, pss3! Hog jowls are not a tradition for my family so we'll be passing on that deal.

  • pss3 Dec 26, 3:10 p.m.

    Well let's see...I can pick up some smoked hog jowls to eat with my black eyed peas and pickled cabbage...who needs to spend money on a colon cleanse??? Lol, sorry, couldn't resist!