Food Lion deals, Dec. 11-17

Posted by Amy Dunn on December 11, 2013 

Ham is on sale this week at Food Lion with some types as low as 77 cents per pound. Also look for nice deals on Red Delicious apples, navel oranges, Betty Crocker cookie and cake mixes and slow-cooker liners.

On top of that, Food Lion is offering a gift card promotion and an instant-savings deal on Unilever products.

Keep reading for all this week's top deals and coupon match-ups.

Food Lion shopping tips:

*Food Lion stores in the Triangle accept an unlimited number of coupons per order. Coupons are accepted at face value. No more than 10 identical coupons are accepted per order.

*Be sure to scan your loyalty card at the coupon kiosk near the front door. A sheet of coupons will print each day you shop. These coupons may NOT be stacked with manufacturer coupons, according to Food Lion policy.

*Sign up for weekly emails to receive additional store coupons.

*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.

Gift card promotion: Buy $50 in participating gift cards, Get a coupon for $5 off your next grocery order. Buy $75 in participating gift cards, Get a coupon for $10 off your next grocery order. Buy $100 in participating gift cards, Get a coupon for $15 off your next grocery order. Bass Pro Shops, Rue 21, IHOP, Applebees, iTunes, Lowes Home Improvement and Michael’s are among the cards included in this promotion.

Holi-Deals promotion: Save $5 instantly when you spend $15 on participating products. Save $10 instantly when you spend $25 on participating products. Look for Holi-Deals tags on shelves. I’ve listed some of the participating products in the deals lists below.

Coupon match-ups:

Betty Crocker cake mix: BOGO or 75 cents each

Betty Crocker cookie mix: BOGO or $1.10 each

.85/2 printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com

.75/2 11/10 SS

.75/2 SavingStar.com credit

= as low as FREE, plus a moneymaker.

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato soups: 79 cents

.40/4 11/3 SS

= 69 cents each wyb 4.

Hunt’s Snack Pack pudding 4-pack: 5/$5

$1/5 in-store kiosk coupon

= 80 cents each.

Chef Boyardee microwave or canned pasta: 5/$5

$1/5 in-store kiosk coupon

= 80 cents each.

Pillsbury Ready to Bake cookies: 2/$5

$1.60/2 printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com or Pillsbury.com

$1.50/2 SavingStar.com credit

= as low as 95 cents each. Nice deal.

Reynolds Slow Cooker liners (4 count): $1.99

.75/1 printable coupon on RedPlum.com

= $1.24. Great price.

Cool Whip (8 oz.): 99 cents

$1 off Cool Whip AND Jell-O Gelatin or Pudding Dec. All You magazine

Nestle Toll House morsels (10-12 oz.): $2

.50/2 printable coupon on VeryBestBaking.com

= $1.75 each.

Gorton’s Fish Sticks or Fillets (18.2-19 oz.): 2/$6

$1/2 in-store kiosk coupon

= $2.50 each.

Angel Soft toilet paper (8 triple, 12 double or 24 regular rolls) or Sparkle paper towels (6 big or 8 regular rolls): $4.99

$1/1 Angel Soft printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

$1/1 Sparkle printable coupon

= $3.99.

No coupons required:

Mangoes: 89 cents each.

Iceberg lettuce: 99 cents per head.

Roma tomatoes: $1.39 per pound.

Cantaloupe: $2.

Red Delicious apples (3 lb. bag): $2.49. Great price.

Yukon Gold potatoes (5 lb.): $2.99.

Navel oranges (4 lb. bag): $2.99. Very nice deal.

Shank portion ham: 77 cents per pound. Limit 2. Great deal.

Smithfield shank portion ham: 99 cents per pound. Limit 2.

Spiral sliced half ham: $1.47 per pound.

Smithfield spiral ham: $1.89 per pound. Limit 2.

Boneless chicken breasts: $1.99 per pound in the value pack.

Boneless chuck roast: $2.99 per pound.

My Essentials sour cream (16 oz.): $1.47.

My Essentials butter (1 lb.): $2. Good price.

My Essentials canned vegetables (14.5-15.25 oz.): 50 cents. Nice price for canned vegetables.

Food Lion marshmallows (10-10.5 oz.): 89 cents.

My Essentials frozen vegetables (32 oz.): $1.97. A very nice price for this larger size bag.

Pepsi brand 2 liters: 99 cents.

Coke brand 6-pack .5-liter bottles: $2.50.

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