Harris Teeter deals, Oct. 16-22

Posted by Amy Dunn on October 16, 2013 

At Harris Teeter this week, look for nice coupon deals on Pepperidge Farmhouse Bread, Birds Eye Voila, Community Coffee, Yoplait yogurt, Blue Bunny ice cream, Knorr Sides, International Delight creamer, ChapStick, and Dove hair care, along with some freebies.

Tresemme hair care, Mueller’s Whole Grain pasta and Chobani yogurt are all free after coupons.

On top of that, look out for the nice deals on eggs, Yukon Gold potatoes, apples, organic carrots, cucumbers, cabbage and sweet potatoes-- no coupons required.

There’s also a Del Monte promotion that makes canned goods just 80 cents each.

The E-Vic Special this week is on Prego pasta sauce.

Keep reading for all the best deals and coupon match-ups at Harris Teeter this week.

Harris Teeter Savings Tips:

*Harris Teeter stores in the Triangle double the value of manufacturer coupons up to 99 cents every day of the week.

*You may double up to 20 coupons per day. You may use up to three identical coupons per order. You may use up to two identical Internet-print coupons per order.

*BOGO sale items ring up at half-price so you don't have to buy both items to get the discount. You may use a coupon on each BOGO item you purchase.

*Don't forget to load your digital coupons, also known as E-Vic coupons or Zvers, onto your loyalty card. They can be used along with paper coupons to save even more.

*Click HERE to print coupons from The N&O's Find N Save coupon page powered by Coupons.com.

Buy 2, Get 3 Free deals: Coke brand 6-pack .5 liter bottles. Regular price: $4.69

= $1.88 each wyb all 5. A nice deal.

E-Vic Special: Prego pasta sauce (24-26 oz.): $1.47. Limit 2.

.40/2 9/8 SS1

= $1.07 each.

Del Monte promotion: Buy ten participating Del Monte products, Save $2 instantly at the register. Products include:

Del Monte corn, green beans, peas (14.5 oz.): $1.

Del Monte canned tomatoes (14.5 oz.): $1.

That would make those 80 cents each, a good price for a brand name canned good.

Coupon match-ups:

Tresemme hair care (base and special): $3.50

$2.50/1 base 9/29 RP

$2.50/1 special 9/29 RP

$2.50/1 base Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check your E-Vic account.

$2.50/1 special Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check your E-Vic account

= 2 FREE, plus overage likely.

Mueller’s Whole Grain pasta (13.25 oz.): $1

.55/1 9/22 SS

= FREE!

Chobani yogurt (6 oz.): $1

.55/1 printable coupon on coupons.com

= FREE.

Yoplait yogurt (6 oz.): 50 cents

.40/6 or .50/8 8/25 or 9/29 SS

.40/6 Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check your E-Vic account

.40/6 SavingStar.com credit

= 23 cents each wyb 6.

Mueller’s pasta (8 oz. elbows): 75 cents

$1/2 9/22 SS

= 25 cents each.

Blue Bunny ice cream (16 oz.): BOGO or $1.99

.75/1 printable coupon

= 49 cents.

Mueller’s pasta (12-17.6 oz.): $1

$1/2 9/22 SS

= 50 cents.

Dove hair care: $3.50

$1.50/1 9/29 RP

$1.50/1 Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check your E-Vic account.

= 50 cents.

ChapStick: $1

$1/2 8/25 RP

= 50 cents each.

International Delight creamers (16 oz.): $1.67

.55/1 printable coupon

= 57 cents.

Knorr sides: $1.

$1.50/5 printable coupon

= 70 cents. A nice deal on these.

Fisher Trail Mix (4 oz.): $1.

$1/4 10/6 SS2

= 75 cents each.

Kleenex tissue: BOGO or $1.14 each

.50/3 9/22 SS

= 81 cents each.

Welch’s Essentials Juice (64 oz.): BOGO or $1.89 each

$1/1 10/13 RP

= 89 cents.

Quaker Instant Grits (12 oz.): BOGO or $1.49 each

$1/2 9/29 RP

= 99 cents each.

Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse bread (24 oz.): BOGO or $1.99 each

.40/1 9/22 SS

= $1.19 each. Great price.

Birds Eye Voila: BOGO or $2.79 each

$3/2 printable coupon

= $1.29 each. Fantastic price.

Community Coffee (12-16 oz.): $3.50

$2/1 6/9 SS

$1/1 9/8 SS1 or 10/13 SS

= as low as $1.50! Fantastic deal.

Alexia frozen potatoes: $3

.55/1 10/6 SS1

= $1.90.

Gorton’s frozen fish: BOGO or starting at $3 each

.50/1 9/15 SS

= $2.

Fisher Almonds (8-10.5 oz.): BOGO or $3.19 each

$1/2 10/6 SS2

= $2.69 each.

Seattle’s Best Coffee (12 oz.): $4.99

$2/1 printable coupon

= $2.99.

Earthbound Farm Organic Salad Mix: $3.50

$1/2 printable coupon

= $3 each.

Freschetta frozen pizza: $4

$1.50/2 printable on coupons.com

= $3.25 each. A decent price.

No coupons required:

Eggs (Grade A Large): $1 per dozen. Great price.

Yukon gold potatoes (5 lbs.): BOGO or $2.49 per bag. That’s 50 cents per pound. Very nice price.

Cucumbers: 59 cents each.

Cabbage: 59 cents per pound.

Sweet potatoes: 79 cents per pound.

Organic baby cut carrots (1 lb.): BOGO or 99 cents each. Terrific price.

Acorn, butternut or spaghetti squash: 99 cents per pound.

Mango: $1 each.

Green peppers: $1 each.

Gala apples (5 lbs.): $4.99 or $1 per pound.

Raspberries (6 oz.): BOGO or $1.99 each.

Carving pumpkins (large): $5.

Frozen turkeys: 99 cents per pound.

Split chicken breasts: BOGO or $1.34 per pound. An OK price, if you’re desperate. Otherwise, wait for a $1 per pound sale.

Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh lunchmeat (7-9 oz.): BOGO or $2.39 each.

Hebrew National Franks (11-12 oz.): BOGO or $2.99 each.

Harris Teeter bacon (12-16 oz.): $3.50.

Mahi mahi: $5.99 per pound.

EZ Peel shrimp (31-40 count): $5.99 per pound.

White or wheat dough balls: $1. Great price. Great for making homemade pizzas.

Harris Teeter cottage cheese (16 oz.): $1.50.

Harris Teeter sour cream (16 oz.): $1.57.

Harris Teeter refrigerated biscuits: $1.

Harris Teeter frozen potatoes (32 oz.): $1.67.

Harris Teeter All Natural ice cream (48 oz.): $2.50. Good price.

Harris Teeter canned black olives (6 oz.): $1.

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish: BOGO or $1.24 each.

Harris Teeter salted peanuts (12 oz.): $2.50.

YourHome bleach (64 oz.): $1.

YourHome Cleaner with Bleach (32 oz.): $1.

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