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New Harris Teeter e-Vic deals: GM cereals, pork roast, pizza

Posted January 8

Harris Teeter

Harris Teeter has some special deals for their e-Vic members starting on Friday of each week!

Check your Friday e-mail from Harris Teeter to see the deals you received and then share them here.

Some of these deals are valid from Friday through Tuesday. Some of the deals are only valid during the weekend. Check your e-mail for your specific deals each week.

We do not all get the same deals and you can only redeem the deals you receive in your e-mail.

Most of us in the Raleigh area will receive the same weekend deals, though.

What deals did you get?

Here are the deals I received:

Weekend Only Deals:

Weekend only deal valid 1/9 and 1/10: General Mills kids cereals, select, Honey Nut Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Golden Grahams, Cookie Crisp)

Sale: $1.97

Coupons: $1/3 coupon from 12/6 SS, $1/2 Cheerios coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above. .50/1 Lucky Charms coupon from Smart Shopper coupons link above

Harris Teeter coupon: $1/2 HT digital coupon

Savingstar: $1/2 Cheerios and .50/1 Lucky Charms Savingstar cash back offers

Total for 2 at the register after $1/2 Cheerios coupon and digital coupon = .47 each

Limit 2

Weekend only deal valid 1/9 and 1/10: Bounty paper towels, 12 roll

Sale: $11.97

Coupon: .25/1 coupon from 12/27 PG

Total after coupon = $11.47

Limit 2

Deals I received that are valid from 1/8 – 1/12, 2016:

Harris Teeter Organics pinto, black or kidney beans, 15 oz, .77, limit 4

Smithfield whole Boston Butt pork roast or Boston Butt Country Style pork ribs or bone-in steaks, $1.29/lb, limit 2

Harris Teeter string cheese, 9 – 12 oz, $2.47, limit 4

Bob Evans all natural mashed potatoes, 20 oz, $2.47, limit 4

Blackberries, 12 oz, $2.77, limit 4

Freschetta pizza, select, $4.47 - $1.50/2 printable coupon = $2.97 each, limit 4

Harris Teeter orange juice, 89 oz, $2.97, limit 4

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  • luvstoQ Jan 9, 2016

    STUNGUNN, another one here that doesn't think you are missing much! I have been to each of the warehouse stores with good promotions, checked out a lot of 'unit' prices and, like you, came away 'knowing' I do much better with sales, coupons, doubling, etc.

    Their 'strategy' is large quantities for x amount of $$'s, and most people do not break it down to 'unit' pricing, so therefore they think they are getting a great deal. Granted, there are 'some' deals to be had, but when you deduct your annual membership fee, average it out to monthly, you do good to break even.

    Maybe large families can do better with the larger packages of meats, produce, but with just the two of us now also, we would never even break even, plus we would have waste.

    I have friends who declare they do super, but when I tell them what I pay for paper products, personal care items, etc. they can't match it!!!

    Guess the idea of 'paying' to shop sort of rubs me the wrong way also!! LOL

  • StunGunn Jan 9, 2016

    DR D,

    Thanks so much for your input! Costco is a long haul from where we live as well, although the new one opening in Apex will be a lot closer, but still further than Food Lion and Harris Teeter and Walmart. We used belong to BJs as well, and agree about the gas prices and coupons - they're nice perks.

    What perplexes me is that every time we go to Costco, it's packed, we have friends and neighbors who love it, and it does well in consumer reports. We leave the store scratching our heads, asking, "What are we missing?" Maybe the answer is, "not much". Thanks again for your input!

  • Dr D Jan 9, 2016

    STUNNGUNN, I am not Faye, but have had a BJ's membership in years past, and also just let our Sam's membership expire at the end of this past year. I only join when there's an exceptionally low-priced sign-up offer. With BJ's I loved that we could stack their store coupons with MQs. With Sam's I loved their convenient locations to our home and office. Both places were a few cents less per gallon on gas, and on gallons of milk. Costco is not close enough to home or work for us to consider. Like you, we are now usually just two at home, and found there were only a few things we regularly saved on at the warehouse store. So we stocked up on those things near the end of December and let the membership go.

  • StunGunn Jan 8, 2016

    Faye,
    I have a question: What is you opinion of the warehouse stores, Costco, in particular. I have a membership, which is about to expire, and every time I go there, I wonder what it is that people love so much. There aren't many choices for each item, and it seems I can do better carefully shopping the sales at local grocery stores like Harris Teeter. It's just me and my husband, so we don't need super-size products. Are things like paper towel and toilet paper such great deals there? It just doesn't seem worth the hassle. Thanks!

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Jan 8, 2016

    QueMaster2 - that's wonderful! I am so glad you have been able to find the products you were looking for.

    Dr D - Bummer. It would be nice if we had a little more of a heads up on the e-vics other than the night before they start.

    remer54 - that is a good deal on the Stouffers!

  • QueMaster2 Jan 8, 2016

    Faye, this has been a great super doubles event for us. Two days with 20 each day. We never get that luck to have things left on the shelf the next day. Woo Hoo!

  • Dr D Jan 8, 2016

    Oops ... I bought my Honey Nut Cheerios $2.50 each yesterday, but today they would have been free after printable coupon, digital coupon, and SavingStar. Oh well ... they were still a good price! :-)

  • remer54 Jan 8, 2016

    Note HT has the stouffers Lasagna
    38 oz or party size product $5.99 There is a $1.50/1 coupon .
    Doubles makes them $2.99 ?cant remember which coupon book I printed it out on.

    Weekend only deal valid 1/9 and 1/10: General Mills kids cereals, select, Honey Nut Cheerios, Lucky Charms, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Golden Grahams, Cookie Crisp)Sale: $1.97

    Weekend only deal valid 1/9 and 1/10: Bounty paper towels, 12 roll
    Sale: $11.97

    Smithfield whole Boston But pork roast or Boston But Country Style pork ribs or bone-in steaks, $1.29/lb, limit 2

    Harris Teeter string cheese, 9 – 12 oz, $2.47, limit 4

    Blackberries, 12 oz, $2.77, limit 4

    Freschetta pizza, select, $4.47 - $1.50/2 printable coupon = $2.97 each, limit 4

    11-12 oz. Alexia Veggies $1.47 lmt. 4
    10 oz nudges pet treats $5.97 lmt 4
    15 oz HT. raisins $1.77 lmt 4
    10 pk Kool-Aid Jammers $1.77 lmt 4