Food Lion deals, Feb. 19-25

Posted by Amy Dunn on February 19, 2014 

  • 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.

Look for nice coupon deals at Food Lion this week on Betty Crocker baking mixes, Campbell’s soup, Chips Ahoy! cookies and Cabot cheese. Without coupons, there are good prices on whole chicken, carrots and sweet potatoes.

Also, be on the lookout for good deals with the new Gold Medal Savings promotion, which continues through Feb. 25. The promotion will shave as much as 66 cents off per item when you buy 15 participating products.

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

Gold Medal Savings promotion: Save $5 instantly at check out when you buy 10 participating items...OR...Save $10 when you buy 15 items. That’s a 50-cent per item savings when you buy 10 and a 66-cent per item savings when you buy 15. There are LOTS of participating brands, including Coke, Keebler, Kellogg’s, Kashi, Smuckers, Jif and more. Be sure to check shelf tags.

Promotion and coupon match-ups:

Betty Crocker baking mixes: $1.29

$1/2 printable coupon on

.75/2 credit

= as low as 42 cents each after coupon and credit.

Campbell’s Chicken Noodle or Tomato soup: 79

.50/5 1/12 SS

$1/5 printable coupon on

= as low as 59 cents each. Nice price.

Progresso Soup: $1.69

.50/2 1/5 SS3

.50/2 credit

= $1.19 each after coupon and credit. These routinely go on sale for $1 each at Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods, where the coupons double so not that great of a deal.

Ragu pasta sauce (16-26 oz.): $1.50

.50/2 1/26 RP1

= $1.25 each. A decent price, though I try not to pay any more than $1 per jar.

Chips Ahoy cookies (9.5-15.25 oz.): BOGO or $1.75 each

.75/2 1/26 SS

= $1.38 each wyb 2. Nice deal.

General Mills Cookie Crisp, Reese’s Peanut Butter Puffs: 2/$4

$1/2 in-store kiosk coupon

= $1.50 each.

Quaker Cap’n Crunch cereal: BOGO or $2 each

.75/2 1/12 RP

= $1.63 each.

Cabot chunk cheese (6-8 oz.): 2/$5

$1/2 printable coupon on

= $2 each.

BelVita Breakfast Biscuits: 2/$5

$1/2 1/5 SS2

= $2 each.

Crisco oil (48 oz.): 2/$6

$1/2 in-store kiosk coupon

= 2/$5.

Purina Dog Chow (4 lb.): $4.99

$1/1 1/26 RP2

= $3.99.

No coupons required:

Green onions: 50 cents per bunch.

Carrots: 69 cents for 1-lb. bag. Great price.

Sweet potatoes: 79 cents per pound.

White onions: 89 cents per pound.

Avocados: $1.29 each.

Vine tomatoes: $1.29 per pound.

Leaf lettuce: $1.29.

Broccoli crowns: $1.49 per pound.

White potatoes: $2.50 for a 5-lb. bag.

Whole chickens: 99 cents per pound. A decent price, though I don’t like to pay more than 79 cents.

Boston butt: $1.69 per pound.

Boneless center cut pork chops: $2.99 per pound.

My Essentials yogurt cups: 49 cents.

Taste of Inspirations Greek yogurt cup: 89 cents.

Food Lion canned fruit (15 oz.): $1.

My Essentials peanut butter (16-18 oz.): $1.97.

Food Lion Juice Blend (64 oz.): $1.99.

Food Lion Tortilla Chips (12-13 oz.): $2.

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