Harris Teeter Super Doubles brag thread!
Posted March 23, 2011 8:29 a.m. EDT
Updated March 23, 2011 11:02 p.m. EDT
Here's the place to share your fabulous Harris teeter Super Doubles totals and let us know about your experience. I won't be shopping until this evening but I'll post my totals tonight.
Update: Here is my total from the shop I was finally able to do this evening at about 6:00 PM at the HT in Cary on Walnut and Tryon. Everyone is so nice at that store and I had no issues at all. I was pleasantly surprised to see that they were well stocked on the items I was hoping to find.
Subtotal before sales and coupons: $69.17
Amount saved: $62.57
Amount paid: $6.60
% Saved: 91%
Items I purchased:
1 Kashi Go Lean Crisp cereal on sale for $3 - $1 coupon from Vocalpoint mailer
2 Gain dish liquid on sale for $2 - $1 coupon from P&G coupon book
2 Dickinson's preserves sugar free on sale for $2.09 - $1 in-store display coupon from months ago = .09 each!
1 Dickinson's preserves (not sugar free) $2.99 - $1 coupon = .99
1 Uncle Ben's ready rice $2.25 - $1 insert coupon = .25
3 Arrid extra dry on clearance for $2.09 - $1 coupons I received from contacting the company to request coupons back in November = .09 each!
3 DanActive yogurt drinks $2 - $1 insert coupon = FREE
2 Guacamole $2.29 - $1.50 printable coupons = FREE
1 Danonino $2 - $1 insert coupon = FREE
2 Smart Balance fat free lactose free milk $3 - $1.50 insert coupon = FREE
2 Oscar Mayer deli turkey $3 each - $1 peelie coupons that a friend gave me = $1 each
2 Chef boyardee low fat ravioli = FREE using coupons from a Walmart freebie I posted weeks ago
8 oz mushrooms on clearance for $1.01 (but in perfectly good shape and not even close to going bad)
The picture of the items I bought is above. You may also notice the 18 count Cottonelle toilet paper, 6 count Scott paper towels and box of CVS granola bars in the photo. They were all free today at CVS using a CVS gift card that I received when I transferred a prescription last week! The regular price on those items is $24.77. They were all on sale and would have cost $17.34 with sales and coupons. But with the gift card, they were all free.
So my grand total for the day with HT and CVS is $93.94 worth of products for $6.60, a 93% savings!
For the record, I LOVE HARRIS TEETER and CVS!