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Lowes Foods deals 12/4: Chicken breast, Blue Bunny, Tombstone pizza, Pepsi & more!

Posted December 4, 2013

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Lowes Foods has some good deals this week on chicken breast, Blue Bunny, Tombstone pizza, Pepsi & more!

These deals are valid 12/4 – 12/10.

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.

 

Gift Card Promotion: Buy $50 or more in participating gift cards and get $10 off your next shopping order. Participating cards include Olive Garden, Lane Bryant, Spafinder, Michael’s, Old Navy and Xbox live. Limit 1 per transaction.

 

Bonus Gas Rewards: There is a new set of Bonus Gas Rewards and they are all $1 each. For every 10 items you buy, you save 10 cents per gallon.

Some of the participating items include:

Angel Soft facial tissue, $1 - .50/1 coupon from 11/17 RP = FREE!
Chobani Greek yogurt, $1 - .30/1 coupon from chobani.com
Hamburger Helper, $1 - .75/3 from 11/3 SS
Michelina’s entrees, $1 - $1/5 coupon from http://michelinas.com
Barilla pasta, 12 – 16 oz, $1.00
Hunt’s tomato sauce, 24 oz, $1.00
Bush’s Best beans, $1.00
Lowes Foods dried beans, 16 oz, $1.00
PictSweet steam’able vegetables, 10 oz, $1.00
Pillsbury Grands, jr golden layers, 12 oz, $1 - .40/3 coupon from 11/24, 11/17, 11/10, 11/3, 10/20, 10/6 SS inserts )there is also a .40/3 SavingStar.com coupon available right now.

 

Produce

Navel oranges, .69 each

Cucumbers, .79

Green bell peppers, .99

Red or green leaf lettuce, $1.69

Fresh Express salads, various, BOGO for $1.85

Yellow cooking onions, 3 lb bag, $1.99

Seedless clementines, 5 lb box, $4.99

Baking russet potatoes, 8 lb bag, $3.99

 

Meat

Boneless chicken breast, Sanderson Farms, family pack, $1.97/lb

Bone in beef loin strip steak, $5.77/lb

Steak-umm chicken breast sandwich steaks, 9 oz, BOGO for $2.00

Margaritaville frozen seafood, various, BOGO for $4.50


Dairy & Frozen

Green Mountain Greek whipped cream cheese, 8 oz, BOGO for $1.25

Kozy Shack pudding, select, BOGO for $1.50 to $1.85

Blue Bunny ice cream snacks including cones and ice cream sandwiches, BOGO for $2.50 to $3.40 - .75/1 printable coupon from their website = $1.00 and up

Tombstone pizza, $3.33 each - $1 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above = $2.33

Innovasian Cuisine egg rolls or entrees, $4.59 - $1.50 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link recently = $3.09


Grocery

Betty Crocker boxed potatoes, $1 - .50/2 coupon from 11/17 SS = .50 each

Luck’s peas or beans, 15 oz, .89

Welch’s grape jelly or jam, 32 oz, BOGO for $1.45

Cinnamon rolls from the bakery, 6 count, BOGO for $1.40

Cheerios, Cocoa Puffs, Multi grain cheerios, Golden Grahams, Triz, $2 - $1/2 Cheerios coupon from 11/3 SS

Thomas’ mini bagels, 12 count, BOGO for $2.00

Nature Valley granola bars, $2.50 - .50/2 coupon from 10/27 SS

Thomas’ English muffins, BOGO for $2.10

Maxwell House coffee, 10.5 – 11.5 oz, $3.49 - $1 coupon from 11/17 SS = $2.49

Pepsi products, 6-pack bottles, $2.25

Pizzazz soda, 12 pack cans, $2.50

Green Mountain naturals k-cups apple cider, 12 count, $4.99 - $1.75/1 coupon from SmartSource.com = $3.24

Green Mountain k-cups, 12 count, $4.99 - $1 coupon from SmartSource.com = $3.99

California Olive Ranch oilive oil, Extra Virgin, 25.4 oz, $5.99 - $2.00 coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above recently = $3.99

 

Non Food

Halls cough drops, 30 count, $1.25 - $1/2 coupon from 11/3 SS = .75 each

Dazzling bleach, 128 oz, $1.39

Gillette Fusion Shave Prep, $3.99 - $2 coupon from 12/1 PG = $1.99


 

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  • jdouglas13 Dec 5, 2013

    Nanee Lion, that's a great tip for how to properly freeze meat. I always do it that way myself. Freezing meat in its original packing is like throwing away money because it always gets freezer burn that way.

    I also break down packages of the extra thick bacon and freeze them in packages of 4 strips for times when I need just a little bacon to add to a dish.

    I am so grateful for all we have, that we have a big freezer, and that I have become a smart shopper. There were many times in my life when the fridge and my wallet were empty, and a time when my fridge was a ice cooler.

  • Nanee Lion Dec 4, 2013

    jdouglas13, A good way to freeze meat is to wrap each piece individually in clear wrap and then put into a ziplock bag. It requires less space in the freezer and you can take out just the amount you want to cook without using it all at once. It prevents freezer burn also. I have been doing this for a while and it works great for us. I can relate to the freezer space because I have the same problem. Need to start eating what I have and stop shopping so much but these deals are so great I can't resist.

  • jdouglas13 Dec 4, 2013

    I'm very tempted to get some extra chicken for the freezer, but I am REALLY low on freezer space -- like I'll need a crowbar to get it in there. Either that, or we should start seriously eating some of the Magnum ice cream bars we stocked up on for the winter! lol ;)

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 4, 2013

    Thanks Nanee Lion!

    $1.37/lb for spiral sliced ham is a good deal. :-)

  • Nanee Lion Dec 4, 2013

    Faye on the Clayton ad it shows Gwaltney spiral sliced half ham honey or brown sugar with $25.00 purchase (limit 2). I'm cooking collards today and making a cake. Oh well, lots of work but the collards were free, grown by my son-in-law.

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Dec 4, 2013

    At that price, jdouglas13, but the chicken and pop it into the freezer for next week or the week after. I plan on getting 2 value packs!

    PennyPincher - what ham? There is no ham on sale at LF so I am not sure which cut you are referring to.

  • jdouglas13 Dec 4, 2013

    I noticed the $1.47 price too when I checked their online shopping ad late yestrday. I will definitely be picking up some chicken even though DW has pleaded for no more poultry after all the turkey. I think I can get away with it if I marinate and grill it or disguise it really well. And I've never heard her say no to breaded chicken cutlets. ;)

  • Nanee Lion Dec 4, 2013

    I just called Clayton Lowe's and they confirmed the boneless chicken breast are $1.47 lb. and the ad does state on the back page that prices in this ad effective at this location only.

  • PennyPincher Dec 4, 2013

    I love competition! Especially when it benefits us! The Clayton LF has always had higher prices than the rest of their stores, I am glad they are dropping them, and I am close to the store too :) Faye, is this a good buy price for the Ham 1.37/lb? I know you probably don't eat it, but you would know if it may go lower before Christmas.

  • vlynn Dec 4, 2013

    re lowes price differences: I've noticed big differences between Lowes on Timber Dr, Garner and Tryon Rd, Cary. Garner is almost always lower. The Cary mgr told me that the price differences occur because of the distance from their warehouse. I don't know if that's true or not, but their are definitely differences in the prices on lots of stuff, even sale items.

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