Food Lion deals, April 9-15

Posted by Amy Dunn on April 9, 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.

    *Load store digital coupons HERE.

    *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 good coupon deals at Food Lion this week on Mueller’s pasta, Dole canned pineapple, Welch’s juices, Smithfield spiral ham, Nestle morsels, Dunkin’ Donuts coffee and Mrs. Paul’s fish.

Without coupons, there are nice prices on store-brand hams, red potatoes, Roma tomatoes, cabbage and carrots.

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

Gift card promotion: Get a coupon for $5 off your next grocery order when you buy $25 or more in gift cards to Bass Pro Shops, Regal Entertainment Group and Applebee’s. Deal valid through April 22. Limit 1 per transaction.

Free holiday dinner promotion: Spend $40 or more and receive a weekly ticket toward a free $20 grocery voucher. Six different tickets from six different weeks are required to receive a voucher. Promotion ends April 15 and tickets must be redeemed by April 22.

Coupon match-ups:

Mueller’s pasta (12-16 oz.): 99 cents

.75/1 Pot-Size 2/23 or 4/6 SS

$1/2 4/6 SS

= as low as 24 cents. Great deal.

Dole pineapple (20 oz.): $1

.50/2 4/6 SS

= 75 cents each wyb 2.

Welch’s Essentials Juices (64 oz.): BOGO or $1.50 each

$1/2 1/26 RP2

= $1 each. Great price, if you buy juice.

Suave body wash (12-18 oz.): $2

.75/1 Men’s variety

= $1.25.

Fresh Express or Dole bagged salad (9-12 oz.): 2/$4

$1/2 in-store kiosk coupon

= $1.50 each.

Starburst jelly beans (13-14 oz.): 2/$4

$1/2 3/23 RP

= $1.50 each.

Stouffer’s entrees: 2/$4

$1/2 1/26 RP2

= $1.50 each.

BelVita Breakfast Biscuits: 2/$5

$1/2 3/9 SS

.75/1 Ibotta credit

= as low as $1.63 each wyb 2.

Nestle Toll House morsels (10-12 oz.): 2/$5

.75/2 4/6 SS

= $2.13 each wyb 2. A good deal on this brand.

Mrs. Paul’s fish (19-24.6 oz.): $3.99

$1/1 3/16 SS

= $2.99.

Smithfield spiral ham: $1.89 per pound

$1/1 4/6 SS

All laundry detergent (50 oz. liquid or 24-pack): $3.49

$2/2 3/2 or 4/6 RP

= $2.49 each wyb 2. An OK price, if you’re brand loyal. Otherwise, look for $2 and under deals.

Dunkin Donuts coffee (11-12 oz.) or Folgers or Millstone K-Cups (12 count): $5.99

$1/1 in-store kiosk coupon

= $4.99.

No coupons required:

Cabbage: 49 cents per pound.

Green beans: 99 cents per pound.

Roma tomatoes: 99 cents per pound.

Carrots (2 lb.): $1.29.

Cantaloupe: $2.

Red potatoes (5 lb.): $2.99.

My Essentials shank portion ham: 97 cents per pound. Limit 2.

My Essentials spiral sliced half ham: $1.47 per pound. Limit 2.

Taste of Inspirations Greek yogurt cups: 89 cents.

Del Monte canned vegetables (14.5-15.25 oz.): 79 cents. A decent price, though I try not to pay more than 50 cents for canned goods.

My Essentials ketchup (20 oz.): 97 cents.

Kraft Macaroni & Cheese dinners or Easy Mac Cups: $1.

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

Peter Pan peanut butter (16.3 oz.): $2. Good price.

Gold Medal flour (5 lb.): $2.29. A good price on this brand.

My Essentials soda 2 liter: 67 cents.

Pepsi 6-pack bottles: $2. Good price.

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