Lowes Foods deals, Jan. 15-21

Posted by Amy Dunn on January 15, 2014 

Lowes Foods has nice coupon deals on Quaker oatmeal, Fiber One, Yoplait yogurt, Campbell’s soup and Angel Soft toilet paper. Without coupons, score good deals on cabbage, chicken fryers and pork picnic.

There are also multiple opportunities to earn gas rewards. And if you live in the Cary, Holly Springs or Chapel Hill, watch for the in-ad coupon for $5 off a $50 order.

Keep reading for all the best deals at Lowes Foods this week.

Lowes Foods Savings Tips:

*Lowes Foods doubles 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 four 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.

*You may load digital coupons to your loyalty card on LowesFoods.com. They will not double and store policy prohibits them from being combined with paper coupons.

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

Bonus gas rewards:

Spend $100 in a single transaction and get 50 cents off per gallon of gasoline at Lowes Foods or Wilso Hess gas stations.

Look for additional gas rewards deals marked on store shelves. There are several on General Mills products that will get you 10- to 25-cents off per gallon.

$5/$50 coupon: Circulars marked Cary, Holly Springs, Chapel Hill and Shelby contain a coupon for $5 off a $50 order at stores in those locations. If you’re lucky enough to receive one of these, remember you can also use it as a competitor coupon at Harris Teeter.

Store coupon booklet: The coupons and specials inside the January store coupon booklet are valid through Jan. 21.

Coupon match-ups:

General Mills cereals (Fiber One, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Golden Grahams, Cookie Crisp, Trix, Lucky Charms, Cheerios and Honey Nut Cheerios): 2/$4 with previously released store coupon booklet

.85/1 Fiber One recently available printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com

.75/1 Fiber One recently available printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

.50/1 Fiber One 1/12 SS

.75/1 Fiber One credit on SavingStar.com

.50/1 Cheerios printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

$1/2 GM cereals 1/5 SS3

= as low as 30 cents for Fiber One. Plus: SavingStar credit of 75 cents available.

Yoplait yogurt cups: 50 cents

.40/6 1/5 SS3

.50/8 1/5 SS3

= 37 cents each. Plus: SavingStar credit of 40 cents available.

Pepsi brand 2 liter: $1

.30/1 hang tag on Cheerwine spotted in several Triangle stores

= as low as 40 cents for Cheerwine.

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato soup: 80 cents

.50/5 1/12 SS

$1/5 printable coupon on CampbellsKitchen.com

= 60 cents each.

Pizzazz soda 2 liters: 79 cents with coupon from previously released store coupon booklet.

General Mills cereals (Multi-Grain Cheerios Dark Chocolate, Chocolate Toast Crunch, Fiber One Protein Maple, Fiber One Protein Cranberry, Hershey’s Cookies and Cream): 2/$5

.85/1 Fiber One recently available printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com

.75/1 Fiber One recently available printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

.50/1 Fiber One 1/12 SS

.75/1 Fiber One credit on SavingStar.com

.75/1 Multi-Grain Cheerios 1/12 SS

= as low as 80 cents for the Fiber One varieties. Plus: SavingStar credit of 75 cents.

Yoplait Greek yogurt cups: 5/$5

$1/5 1/5 SS3

= 80 cents each.

Plus: SavingStar.com credit of $1 wyb 5.

Note: Buy any 2 boxes and get a 10-cent per gallon gas reward.

Quaker promotion:

Buy 5 participating products, Save $3 instantly at check out

Participating products:

Quaker Oats (quick or old-fashioned, 18 oz.): $2

Quaker Instant Oatmeal: $2.50

Quaker Chewy Bars: $2

Quaker Instant Grits: $2

Quaker cereals: $3 to $3.50

Quaker Steel Cut Oats: $3.50

Coupons:

.75/2 oatmeal, instant oatmeal or cold cereals 1/12 RP

.75/2 bars, cookies or Popped Rice Snacks 1/12 RP

Deal idea:

Buy 5 oatmeal @ $2 each = $10

minus $3 instant savings = $7

minus two .75/2 coupons = $4. That’s 80 cents each. Great deal!

Betty Crocker Brownie or Dessert Bar mixes: 2/$5

Buy 4, Save $3 Instantly coupon from previously released store coupon booklet

.85/2 printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com

.75/2 12/15 SS

= as low as 90 cents each.

Plus: SavingStar credit of 75 cents wyb 2 and a 10-cent per gallon gas reward wyb 2.

Ragu pasta sauce (16-24 oz.): $1.67

$1/2 1/5 RP1

= $1.17 each. My target price is $1 or less so not a terrible deal.

Pillsbury cookie dough: $2.50

$1/1 12/8 SS1 or 12/15 SS

= $1.50.

Note: Buy 3 and get a 10-cent per gallon gas reward.

Alexia frozen potatoes: $2.50

$1/1 printable coupon

= $1.50.

Snyder’s tortilla chips: $2 with coupon from previously released store coupon booklet

.50/1 SavingStar.com credit

Kellogg’s cereal (Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, Frosted Flakes, Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies and Frosted Mini Wheats Crunch): 2/$4

$1/2 12/15 RP

= $1.50 each. My target price for cereal is $1 per box or less so this isn’t that great of a deal unless you are brand loyal.

Silk milk (64 oz.): $3

$1/1 1/5 RP1

= $2.

Community Coffee (12 oz.): $5.99

$2/1 1/5 RP1

= $3.99.

Angel Soft toilet paper 12 double rolls: $4.99

$1/1 1/5 RP2 or 12/15 RP, expiring 1/15

= $3.99. That’s 33 cents per double roll. A nice deal.

No coupons required:

Cabbage: 59 cents per pound.

Mango: BOGO or $1 each.

Blueberries (4.4 oz.): BOGO or $2 each.

Blackberries (6 oz.): BOGO or $2 each.

Russet potatoes: $3.49 for 5-lb. bag.

Sanderson Farms whole chicken fryer: 99 cents per pound.

Pork picnic: $1.49 per pound.

Fritos or Cheetos snacks (8.75-10.25 oz.): BOGO or $1.75 each.

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