Lowes Foods deals, June 11-17

Posted by Amy Dunn on June 11, 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 extra good coupon deals at Lowes Foods this week on Simply Potatoes, Tribe hummus, Powerade, Diet Pepsi, Pop Tarts and Pet ice cream.

Plus, there’s a discounted gift card promotion in advance of Father’s Day.

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

Promotions and coupon match-ups:

Gift card promotion: Get a coupon for $10 off your next shopping order when you buy $50 in gift cards from Domino’s Pizza, Bass Pro Shops, Cold Stone Creamery or Steak N Shake. If you regularly spend money at these places, this is a great deal. It’s also a potential gift for Father’s Day or graduations.

Week 3 of monthly coupon book: Look in Wednesday’s newspaper for a new store coupon booklet. If you did not receive one, ask for one at the customer service desk. There are several good coupons this time around, including discounts on Diet Pepsi products, Snyder’s Pretzels, Archway cookies and a Blue Rhino Tank Exchange. Check the coupon match-ups below for the best deals. Coupons are valid through June 17.

Fresh Rewards E-Offer: Gatorade 8-pack of 20 oz. bottles: $3.99. Limit 6.

Simply Potatoes (20-24 oz.): BOGO or $1.60 each

.55/1 5/4 SS1

$1/2 6/1 RP

= as low as 50 cents each.

Tribe Hummus (8 oz.): BOGO or $1.75 each

$1/1 printable coupon

= 75 cents! Wow. Fantastic deal.

Powerade sports drinks (32 oz.): 79 cents with coupon from June booklet.

Diet Pepsi brand 2 liters: 80 cents each with coupon from June booklet.

Lowes Foods frozen vegetables (12-16 oz.): 99 cents with coupon from June booklet.

Archway cookies: $2 with coupon from June booklet

$1/1 printable coupon

= $1.

Velveeta Cheesy Skillets: $2 with coupon from June booklet

$1/1 2/23 SS

= $1.

Kellogg’s Pop Tarts: $1.67

$1/2 printable coupon on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com

= $1.17 each. A good price for these.

Lowes Foods shredded cheese (32 oz.): $6.59 with coupon from June booklet. That’s like paying $1.65 per 8 oz. A decent price, though I don’t like to pay more than $1.50.

Pet ice cream (48 oz.): $2.99

.55/1 5/18 SS

= $1.89. Nice deal.

Snyder’s of Hanover pretzels (16 oz.): 2/$5 with coupon from June booklet

$1/2 5/18 SS

= $2 each.

PLUS: Get $5 cash back rebate from SavingStar.com when you spend $20.

Blue Rhino propane tank exchange: $5 off coupon in the June booklet

PLUS: Get another $3 back with this rebate: http://www.bluerhino.com//Tank-Exchange/Coupons/Blue-Rhino-Rebate-Coupon.aspx

No coupons required:

Limes: 44 cents each.

Cut seedless watermelon: 88 cents per pound.

Vidalia onions: 98 cents per pound.

Snap green beans: 98 cents per pound.

Blueberries: BOGO or $2.50 per pint.

Russet potatoes (5 lb.): $3. That’s 60 cents per pound.

Oscar Mayer bologna (12 oz.): BOGO or $1.35 each.

Lobster tails (4-4.5 oz.): $5.99 each.

Star’s Pimiento Cheese Spread (11 oz.): BOGO or $2 each.

Thomas’ bagels: BOGO or $2 to $2.25.

Doritos (10-11.75 oz.): BOGO or $2.15 each. Good price for these.

Pepsi brand 6-pack bottles: $2. Limit 10. Very good deal.

Storebrand bleach (64 oz.): $1.69.

Storebrand storage bags (15-count gallon or 25-count quart): BOGO or $1.40 each.

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