Lowes Foods deals, April 30 - May 6

Posted by Amy Dunn on April 30, 2014 

  • 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.

Pick up free PictSweet veggies and McCormick Taco Seasonings at Lowes Foods plus look for other potential good deals on General Mills cereals, Special K cereals, Butterball turkey bacon, Pepsi and Sanderson Farms chicken. There are also several opportunities to earn gas rewards.

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

Bonus gas rewards: Get 50 cents off per gallon of gasoline at Lowes Foods or Wilco Hess gas stations when you spend at least $100. There are additional bonus gas rewards on meats and produce and ten for $10 grocery items. Mix and match. Look for tags on store shelves. Check the match-ups below for the best of these deals.

Promotions and coupon match-ups:

McCormick Taco Seasonings packets: 50 cents

.50/2 printable coupon on RedPlum.com

= 2 FREE!

PictSweet Steam’ables or Deluxe Sides (6-12 oz.): $1. Qualifies for 10-cent gas rewards when you buy 10 participating items.

.50/1 3/2 RP


Kraft Macaroni and Cheese cups: $1. Qualifies for 10-cent gas rewards when you buy 10 participating items.

.50/2 4/13 SS1

= 50 cents each.

General Mills cereals (8.9 oz and above): starting at $2.99

Save instantly at check out:

Buy 4, Save $2

Buy 5, Save $4

Buy 6, Save $6

.75/1 General Mills Multi-Grain Cheerios, Multi-Grain Cheerios Peanut Butter, Multi-Grain Cheerios Dark Chocolate Crunch 3/23 SS

.60/1 Reese’s Puffs printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com

.60/1 Lucky Charms printable coupon on BettyCrocker.com

.75/1 Fiber One Protein Maple Brown Sugar or Protein Cranberry Almond Cereal 4/6 SS

Plus: There are cash-back credits on SavingStar.com on Lucky Charms, Kix and Honey Nut Cheerios that expire 4/30. Look for possible new credits on 5/1.

Special K promotion: Buy 2, Get 1 Free

Special K cereal: 2/$5 so 3/$5 with promo

$1/3 4/27 RP

Special K Nourish: 2/$4 so 3/$4 with promo

$1/2 4/27 RP

= as low as $1 each.

Plus: There are multiple Special K cash-back credits on Ibotta.

Butterball turkey bacon (12 oz.): $2.50

.65/1 May All You magazine

= $1.20. Great deal.

Fresh Express bagged salads: $2.50. This is one of the produce items that qualifies for 10-cent gas rewards when you buy 4.

$1/2 printable coupon on Fresh Express

= $2 each.

No coupons required:

Seedless navel oranges: 50 cents each.

Cabbage: 59 cents per pound.

Green bell peppers: 99 cents each.

Mangoes: $1.25 each.

Seedless cucumbers: $1.50 each.

Russet potatoes (5 lb.): $2.50.

Cantaloupe: $2.50.

Grape tomatoes (pint): $2.50.

Sanderson Farms boneless skinless chicken breast in the family pack: $1.99 per pound. This is one of the meat items that qualifies for 15-cent gas rewards.

Gwaltney bacon (12 oz.): $3.

Turkey Hill ice cream (48 oz.): $3.

Note: Unfortunately, the $1/1 coupon available on RecycleBank.com is on the All Natural variety, which is $5.99.

Pepsi brand 2 liters: $1. Qualifies for 10-cent gas rewards when you buy 10 participating items.

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