Lowes Foods deals, May 14-20

Posted by Amy Dunn on May 14, 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.

Using coupons, pay just $1.50 per jug for All laundry detergent at Lowes Foods this week. Other good coupon deals include Arnold Sandwich Thins, Stonyfield baby yogurt, Rice Works chips, Kellogg’s and Cascadian Farms cereals, Lance crackers, Vidalia onions, Triscuits, Seattle’s Best coffee, Rice Works and Breyers ice cream.

Without coupons, fill a bag with a minimum of $10 in chicken, beef and pork and get a 25 percent discount. There’s also a good sale on produce with beefsteak tomatoes and snap beans all 98 cents per pound.

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

Meat sale: Get 25 percent off on all the meat you can fit in a specially marked bag. Includes beef, poultry and pork. $10 minimum. Limit one bag per visit.

Fresh Rewards E-Offer:

All laundry detergent (50 oz. or 20-24 count): $2.50. Limit 4.

$1/1 5/11 RP

$2/2 4/6 RP

= $1.50. Great deal.

Promotions and coupon match-ups:

Crest toothpaste (4.6 oz): $1.99

.75/1 4/27 P&G

= 49 cents. An OK deal, though you can get Crest for 25 cents at Kroger this week.

Stonyfield Yo Baby pouch yogurt: $1

BOGO coupon 4/6 SS

= 50 cents each. Nice deal.

Rice Works chips: BOGO or $1.50 each

$1/1 5/11 SS

= 50 cents!

Kellogg’s Corn Pops, Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, Krave, Frosted Flakes or Raisin Bran: $3

Buy 3, Get $3 off instantly

$1/3 4/6 or 4/27 RP

.50/1 Froot Loops printable coupon on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com

.50/1 AppleJacks printable coupon on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com

$3/3 printable coupon from awhile back (mine expires today)

Plus, you may also have a $1/2 Checkout 51 credit on Frosted Flakes

= as low as 66 cents each.

Vidalia onions: 98 cents per pound

20% SavingStar.com cash-back credit

Possible 25-cent credit on Checkout 51. Check your account to see if you received this offer.

.50 off on 5 pounds printable coupon on the Vidalia Onion Facebook page

Cascadian Farm organic cereal: $2.50

.75/1 printable coupon

= $1! Very good deal on an organic cereal.

Lance Crackers: $2

$1/1 printable coupon on Bold variety on N&O’s Find N Save

= $1.

Nabisco snack crackers, including Triscuits: $2

$1/1 Triscuits 4/13 SS1

= $1 for Triscuits. A good deal, though not quite as good as Food Lion this week.

Arnold Sandwich Thins: BOGO or $1.95 each

$1/2 3/30 or 5/11 SS

= $1.45 each. Nice deal.

Breyer’s ice cream (48 oz.): $3

$3/3 5/4 RP

= $2 each. Great price for this brand.

Seattle’s Best bagged ground coffee (12 oz.): $4.99

$1.50/1 3/23 SS

= $3.49.

No coupons required:

Red bell peppers: 98 cents each.

Beefsteak tomatoes: 98 cents per pound.

Green snap beans: 98 cents per pound.

Roma tomatoes: $1.29 per pound.

Russet potatoes: $3 for 5-lb. bag.

Beef, chicken and pork: 25% off bag sale. (See details above.)

Red Baron frozen pizza: $3.33.

Flat Out bread: BOGO.

Dazzling bleach (128 oz.): $1.39. Good price.

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