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New Harris Teeter Super Doubles deals with Sunday coupons

Posted February 23, 2014

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Here is a list of Harris Teeter Super Doubles deals using the coupons from the 2/23 SmartSource insert from the paper. You'll find FREE Mitchum deodorant, .35 Mueller's pasta, .49 Excedrin and more!

Mitchum, various, $3.99 - $2 coupon from 2/23 SS = FREE!

Starkist Gourmet Seletions, $2 - $1/2 coupon from 2/23 SS = $1 each (remember, there is a good SavingStar e-coupon offer and a Catalina deal with these:

Starkist Gourmet Select tuna, $2 ea (reg $2.99)
Coupon: $1/2 coupon from 1/5 SS and 2/23 SS
SavingStar offers : Buy $30 Starkist Gourmet Select and get $15 back into your SavingStar.com account or Buy 5 and get $5 back
AND there should be a Catalina for this deal when you buy 4 or more cans: $3 register coupon to use on your next order!
Scenario: Total when you buy 5 and use 2 of the $1/2 coupons = $6 at the register
Then get back $5 from SavingStar.com AND a $3 Catalina register coupon to use on your next order!
It’s basically all free after coupons and rewards!

Reese’s peanut butter cups single size 1.5 oz or Reese’s Pieces 4 oz box, $1.00 - $1/3 coupon from 2/23 SS = .33 each

Mueller’s pot sized pasta, 16 oz., $1.85 - .75/1 coupon from 2/23 SS = .35

Excedrin Extra Strength coated caplets, 24 count, $4.49 - $2 coupon from 2/23 SS = .49

Colgate Toothpaste - Cavity Protection, 6.4 oz, $1.49 - .50/1 coupon from 2/23 SS = .49

Yoplait Greek yogurt singles, $1.33 - $1/5 coupon from 2/23 SS AND $1/5 SavingStar e-coupon offer = .73 each

Dannon Danimals Superstars, 4 pack, $3.19 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $1.19

Velveeta cheesy skillets, $3.49 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $1.49

Scrubbing Bubbles Foam Disinfect Bathroom Cleaner with Trigger. 32 oz, $3.49 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $1.49

Brookside chocolate bags, 7 oz, $3 - .75/1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $1.50

Softsoap liquid hand soap, 10 oz pump, $3.69 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $1.69

Nabisco Newtons and Fruit Thins, $3.50 - .75/1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $2.00

Huggies baby wipes, 64 count, $3 - .50 coupon from 2/23 SS = $2.00

Crystal Light liquid drink mix, 1.62 oz, $4.39 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $2.39 (not sure how many servings this product is for but it doesn’t seem like a very good deal)

Johnsonville meatballs, 24 oz, $6.99 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS (coupon indicates DND)

Johnsonville sausage slices, 24 oz, $6.99 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS (coupon indicates DND)

Hartz multi-cat litter, 20 lbs, $9.49 - $2 coupon from 2/23 SS = $5.49

Caribou coffee, 12 oz, $8.99 - $1.50 coupon from 2/23 SS = $5.99

Huggies diapers, jumbo pack, $8.99 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $6.99

Sara Lee snack cakes, ?? on price - $1 coupon fro m2/23 SS (the Express Lane does not have these listed so if your store carries them, please let us know the price – thanks!)

 

 

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  • tarheelswin Feb 24, 2014

    DianeNC -- thanks for the information! What I called a coupon machine may be known to others as a "blinkie" -- it was one of those black machines that are located near certain items. The coupon it spit out did not have MFG on it, but I'm not sure whether it was truly a non-MFG.

    JDouglas13 -- wow!! Congratulations for the amazing savings.

  • DianeNC Feb 24, 2014

    - Food Lion does, actually, have a coupon machine that produces a print out that will be combination of Food Lion store coupons (that have to be used that day) and manufacturer coupons. The manufacturer coupons can be used anywhere, just like the Internet/printable coupons, and can be doubled (unless they state otherwise.)

  • DianeNC Feb 24, 2014

    TarHeelsWin - A few more tidbits that might help:

    - The coupons you print from the Internet at places like SmartSource.com, RedPlum.com, Coupons.com are, indeed, manufacturer coupons (just like the ones you get in the Sunday paper or magazines, etc.) - they're usually referred to as "printable" or "Internet" coupons. (You should see the words, "Manufacturer Coupon" on them.) The same with most of the coupons you print out from different manufacturer websites, Facebook pages, or that you receive via e-mail (unless they state otherwise, of course.)

    - You mentioned about a coupon you got from a coupon machine at your local HT. I'm not aware of any coupon machines at HT stores, so am thinking you might be referring to a Catalina coupon? (They print out from a small box next to the register.) They are manufacturer coupons, as well, but in most cases will have "Do Not Double" (or something similar to that) on them.

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  • jdouglas13 Feb 24, 2014

    Tarheelswin, you can really save some serious money couponing. I saved over $5,000 EACH of the last several years from couponing!

  • kelbow Feb 24, 2014

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    There is a catalina offer out there for the crystal light that I was looking at last night. I dont remember the details but it may be worth looking into. If I find that paper, I will post the details tonight.

  • tarheelswin Feb 24, 2014

    Also regarding the juice coupons: the Smart Source coupon I used was from a coupon machine at my local HT. It didn't have the words manufacturer's coupon on it. I don't know if this means it wasn't a manufacturer's coupon.

  • tarheelswin Feb 24, 2014

    Thanks for the information, Faye! After some of the good deals I got through Super Doubles, I may start taking couponing more seriously.

    After seeing another commenter's post in another HT thread, I realized what may have happened with the juice coupons during my second trip. I had a printable manufacturer's coupon for $1/1, which doubled. I also had a $1 SavingStar credit loaded on my loyalty card (which I'm assuming can be stacked with a manufacturer's coupon).

  • Dr D Feb 24, 2014

    If you're interested in the Velveeta cheesy skillets, $3.49 - $1 coupon from 2/23 SS = $1.49, check to see if you also have a new $0.60 ZVR.

  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Feb 24, 2014

    jandjbarber - thanks for the info and welcome to the blog! :-)

    Lewisns - thanks for the response. The cashier should have caught it the first time around and explained the policy but probably didn't pay attention to how many you had purchased.

    The rule of thumb to remember is that stores will only allow one manufacturer's coupon per item and those coupons will have the words Manufacturer's Coupon on them. Nearly every coupon from the Sunday Smart Source, RedPlum and Proctor & Gamble coupon inserts are manufacturer's coupons as are the printable ones on their websites. The good news is that many stores will also allow a store coupon on the same product as well, which is called stacking....and we love when that happens! :-) Hope that helps!

  • tarheelswin Feb 23, 2014

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    The store overrided the juice coupons without prompting. I'm not really a serious couponer, and I was not aware that SS is technically a manufacturer's coupon. When I went back to the store for the second time, the cashier told me only one of the coupons could be used (although I'm confused because the receipt shows both of the coupons went through). Sorry for the misleading information!

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