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Lowes Foods deals 10/19: Beef roast, Al Fresco sausage, pet food

Posted October 19, 2016

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Lowes Foods deals this week include fall squash, onions, potatoes, turkey breast, eye of round roast, Al Fresco sausage, Paws pet food, a free kids pumpkin decorating event and more!

The coupon policy can be found below the list of deals.

Free Pumpkin Decorating event for kids on Saturday, October 22 from 10 am – 12 noon. The event is for kids 12 and under and kids will get cider, a cookie and a small pumpkin to decorate. Offer available to the first 75 kids at each store.

Kitchen knife promotion

Through February 12, spend $10 at Lowes Foods and get a stamp. Collect the stamps in the booklet available in stores or digitally and when you reach a minimum of 30 stamps, you can get a free knife or scissors. See ad or store for additional details. You can redeem the stamps starting February 12. They must be redeemed by February 26. Some purchases each week may earn bonus stamps as well. See the ad each week for those products.

These deals are valid Wednesday, October 19 – Tuesday, October 25, 2016.


Limes, .33 each

Fall squash, .99/lb

Sweet potatoes, NC grown, .99/lb

Yellow onions, 3 lb bag, BOGO for $1.25 each

Organically grown red or golden delicious apples, $1.49/lb

Russet potatoes, 5 lb bag, BOGO for $1.99 each

Broccoli Crowns, $1.99/lb

Fresh Express salad mix, $2.99 - .25 Checkout 51 cash back offer

Cauliflower large, $3.00


Perdue chicken leg quarters, .79/lb

Bone-in turkey breast, frozen, BOGO for $1.35 each

Butterball 85% lean ground turkey, 16 oz, $2.69

Whole eye of round roast, $2.77/lb

Smithfield St. Louis Style pork ribs, $2.88/lb

Beef eye of round roast, $2.99/lb

Smithfield baby back pork ribs, BOGO for $2.99/lb

Pork chops, assorted bone-in, $2.99/lb

Prime rib or NY strip ground beef, 16 oz pack, BOGO for $3.50

Tilapia fillets, $6.99/lb

Argentine shrimp, frozen, 2 lb bag, BOGO for $16.99

Al Fresco dinner sausage, 12 oz, BOGO for $2.99 each - $1 coupon from 9/11 RP = $1.99

Carolina Pride sliced ham 10 oz or smoked sausage, 14 oz, BOGO for $1.99 each

Lowes Foods sliced ham or turkey, 8 oz, $2.49

Jennie-O smoked turkey sausage, 14 oz, $2.49

Jimmy Dean pork sausage, 12 – 16 oz, $3.99 - .55 coupon from 10/2 RP

Dairy & Frozen

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, 11.7 oz, $2 - .50/1 coupon from 8/7 SS = $1.00

Birds Eye regular or Steamfresh vegetables, 10 – 16 oz, $1.25

Palermo’s pizza, BOGO for $3.49 each

Misc. Grocery

Hormel chili with beans, 15 oz, $1.50 - .55/2 coupon from 9/11 SS

Blue Diamond Nut-Thins cracker snacks, 4.25 oz, $2 - .75/1 coupon from Mambosprouts.com = $1.25

Bertolli pasta sauce, 15 – 24 oz, $2.00 - $1/2 coupon from 10/16 SS = $1.50 each

Post Honey Bunches of Oats, 14.5 – 18 oz, BOGO for $1.99 each

Coupons: $1/3 coupon from 9/11 SS, .50/1 Checkout51 cash back offers

Quaker Instant Oatmeal, $2.50 per box - $1/2 coupon from 9/11 RP (exp 10/23)

Arnold bread, BOGO for $2.15 each

Lowes Foods purified water, 24 pack, $2.50

Pumpkin or apple cinnamon cake donuts, 6 count, $2.99

Non Food

Paws Happy Life cat food, 3 – 3.15 lb $2.50

Angel Soft bath tissue, 9 double rolls, $3.99

Coupon: .45 coupon from Angelsoft.com

Savingstar: $5 Savingstar cash back offer when you spend $20

Paws Happy Life dog food, 17 – 18.5 lb, $7.99 each

Lowes Foods 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.

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