Harris Teeter deals, Dec. 4-10

Posted by Amy Dunn on December 4, 2013 

At Harris Teeter, it’s a great week to stock up on canned vegetables, shredded cheese and split chicken breasts. You can also score free Pop Tarts and ultra cheap deals on Campbell’s soups, Immaculate cookie dough, Krusteaz mixes, Muellers pasta, Breakstone sour cream and Mariani dried fruits.

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. Not everyone gets the same digital coupons so be sure to check your E-Vic account.

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

E-Vic Special: Pop Tarts (6-8 count) 97 cents. Limit 2.

.50/1 printable coupon on Gone Nutty or Oatmeal varieties

= as low as FREE.

Buy 2, Get 3 FREE deals (must buy all 5 to get the sale price):

EZ Peel Shrimp (2 lb.): Regular price: $31.98

= $12.79 each. That’s $6.40 per pound. Nice deal, if you have the freezer space.

HT Traders Coffee (12 oz.): Regular price: $7.99

= $3.20 each. Good deal.

Pepsi brand 12-packs: Regular price: $6.49

= $2.60 each. Very close to my target price of $2.50.

Doritos or Lay’s potato chips (8.5-11.5 oz.): Regular price: $4.29

= $1.72. Good price.

Harris Teeter shredded cheese (6-8 oz.): Regular price: $2.65

= $1.06. Stock-up price!

Harris Teeter canned corn, peas or green beans (14.5 oz.): Regular price: 99 cents

= 40 cents each. Another stock-up price.

Coupon match-ups:

Immaculate cooking dough (14 oz.): $2.50

.75/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

.75/1 SavingStar.com credit

= 25 cents!

Krusteaz mixes (17.1-21 oz.): BOGO or $1.49 each

.55/1 10/6 SS1

= 39 cents!

Chobani yogurt (6 oz.): $1

.30/1 printable coupon on Chobani.com

= 40 cents.

Mueller’s pasta (16 oz.): BOGO or 99 cents

$1/2 printable coupon

= 49 cents each.

Breakstone sour cream (16 oz.): $1.50

$1/1 11/10 SS

= 50 cents! Great deal.

Campbell’s Condensed soups: 80 cents

.40/4 11/3 SS

$1/5 printable coupon

= 60 cents each.

Campbell’s Homestyle soups: BOGO or $1.39 each

.50/2 10/13 SS

.75/2 printable coupon

= as low as 64 cents each.

Mariani Crunch and Dried Fruits: BOGO or as low as $1.64 each

.50/1 11/24 SS

= 64 cents each. Great price.

Honey Nut Cheerios (12.25 oz.): $2.89

.60/1 printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com

.50/1 Harris Teeter digital coupon, if you received it. Check your E-Vic account.

.50/1 SavingStar.com credit

= as low as 69 cents for one box.

Pepsi 2 liters: $1.25

$1/2 Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check your E-Vic account to see if you received this coupons.

= as low as 75 cents each.

Hershey’s baking chips: $2.50

.75/2 11/10 SS

= $1.75 each.

No coupons required:

Blueberries (6 oz.): BOGO or $2.49.

Blackberries (6 oz.): BOGO or $1.99.

Organic Fuji apples: $1.79 per pound.

Fresh Express bagged spring mix: BOGO or $1.99 each.

White potatoes: $3.49 for 5-pound bag.

Split chicken breasts: 99 cents per pound. Great deal.

80% lean ground beef: $2.49 per pound. Limit 4. Nice price.

Harris Teeter pre-sliced deli meats and cheeses (8 oz.): BOGO or $2.49 each.

Harris Teeter butter (1 lb.): $2.50. A decent price, though I don’t like to pay more than $2.

Harris Teeter All Natural ice cream: $2.50. Good price.

Birds Eye Steamfresh vegetables: BOGO. Prices vary.

Harris Teeter hot cocoa mix: 99 cents.

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