Harris Teeter deals, Jan. 15-21

Posted by Amy Dunn on January 15, 2014 

Pick up free Colgate toothpaste at Harris Teeter this week along with extremely cheap Quaker rice snacks and granola bars, Cheerios, Blistex lip balm and Dawn dish liquid after coupons.

Without coupons, stock up on Libby’s canned vegetables for just 48 cents a can, thanks to a Buy 2, Get 3 Free sale.

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. Always check for new coupons before you head to the store because new offers are frequently added.

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

E-Vic Special:

Cheerios (8.9-12.9 oz., Original, Chocolate, Apple Cinnamon): $1.77. Limit 2.

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

$1/2 1/5 SS3

= as low as 77 cents.

Ten for $10 Sale: The only thing you really need to know is that you DON’T need to buy ten items to get the sale price. Everything is $1, regardless how many you buy.

Coupon match-ups:

Colgate toothpaste (4.6 oz.): $1

.50/1 1/5 SS2, expiring 1/18

= FREE!

Quaker Popped Rice Snacks: $1

.75/2 1/12 RP

= 25 cents each.

Dawn dish liquid (9 oz.): $1

.25/1 12/29 P&G

.25/1 HT digital coupon. Check your E-Vic account to see if you received it. Limit 1 use.

= as low as 25 cents.

Blistex lip balm: $1

.35/1 1/12 SS

= 30 cents!

Muller yogurt: $1

$1/2 1/5 RP1

= 50 cents each.

Angel Soft facial tissue (65-175 count): $1

$1/2 1/5 RP2 or 12/15 RP, expiring 1/15

= 50 cents each.

Note: This makes a great donation to teachers!

Quaker Chewy Bars: BOGO or $1.39 each

.75/2 1/12 RP

= 64 cents each. Great price.

Dannon Greek yogurt cups: $1

Buy 2, Get 1 Free 1/5 SS1

= 66 cents each.

Campbell’s Homestyle soups: BOGO or $1.39 each

.75/2 printable coupon on CampbellsKitchen.com

.50/2 1/12 SS

= as low as 64 cents each.

Silk milk (64 oz.): $2.89

$1/1 1/5 RP1

$1.50/2 1/5 RP1

= as low as $1.89.

Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels (16 oz.) and Korn Krunchers: $2.50

$5 SavingStar.com credit when you spend $20

No coupons required:

Kiwi: 50 cents.

Mango: $1 each.

Earthbound Farm salad (5 oz.): $3.

White potatoes: $3.79 for 5-lb. bag.

Clementines: $4.99 for 5-lb. box.

Fuji apples: $4.99 for 5-lb. bag.

Split chicken breast: BOGO or $1.34 per pound. A stock-up price on this is $1 per pound or less so even though this is BOGO, it’s still priced too high.

EZ Peel White Shrimp (51-60 count): $4.99 per pound. Very good price.

Harris Teeter sour cream (8 oz.): 66 cents.

Harris Teeter chunk or shredded cheese (8 oz.): $1.67. An OK price in a pinch, though these will go on sale for $1.20 or less.

Dough balls: $1. Great deal. And a great way to avoid pizza take-out.

Libby’s canned vegetables: Buy 2, Get 3 Free. Limit 10. $1.19 regular price

= 48 cents each. Great deal. This is a stock-up price!

Rold Gold pretzels (8-12 oz.): BOGO or $1.64 each.

Mission fajita tortillas: $1.

Thomas’ English Muffins: BOGO or $2.09 each.

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