Harris Teeter deals, July 9-15

Posted by Amy Dunn on July 9, 2014 

  • HARRIS TEETER SAVINGS TIPS:

    *Harris Teeter stores in the Triangle double 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 three identical coupons per order. You may use up to three 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.

    *Don't forget to load your digital coupons, also known as E-Vic coupons or Zvers, onto your loyalty card. They can be used along with paper coupons to save even more. Not everyone gets the same digital coupons so be sure to check your E-Vic account. Always check for new coupons before you head to the store because new offers are frequently added.

    *Click HERE to print coupons from The N&O's Find N Save coupon page powered by Coupons.com.

Look for especially good deals at Harris Teeter this week on cherries, chicken leg quarters, both Yoplait yogurt cups and Yoplait Greek 100 yogurt, Rice Works chips (a repeat deal), select Kellogg’s cereals, Pepsi brand 12-packs (just $2 each), Silk milk, Arnold bread, Kellogg’s Nutri Grain bars, Head & Shoulders shampoo (free!) and store-brand canned tomatoes at 50-cents a can.

Keep reading for all the best deals and coupon match-ups at Harris Teeter this week.

Promotions and coupon match-ups:

E-Vic Specials: Yoplait yogurt cups: 37 cents each. Limit 15.

.40/6 or .50/8 6/8 SS

.40/6 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save

= 24 cents each. Great deal.

Head & Shoulders shampoo (full-size): $5

$5/2 7/6 P&G

$5/2 Harris Teeter digital coupon

= 2 FREE!

Lysol Wipes (35 count): $2

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes or Spray Try Me Free mail-in rebate, up to $5 6/22 SS

= FREE after mail-in rebate.

Yoplait Greek 100 yogurt cups: $1

$1/2 6/8 SS

$1/5 Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check you E-Vic account to see if you received this coupon.

$1/5 SavingStar.com cash-back credit

= as low as 17 cents each wyb 6/use three $1/2 coupons, the digital coupon and the SavingStar credit.

Texas Pete Chili Sauce: $1

.40/1 5/18 SS

= 20 cents.

Riceworks chips: Buy 2, Get 3 Free. (Regular price: $2.99)

$1/1 6/29 SS

= 60 cents each after three coupons.

= 20 cents each after five coupons.

Note: This is a repeat of last week’s deal.

Renuzit air fresheners: 10/$6. Must buy all 10 to get that price.

Buy 4, Get 1 Free 6/29 RP

= 48 cents each.

Balance Bars: 88 cents

$1/3 printable coupon on the Balance Bar Facebook page

= 55 cents each.

Popchips: $2.50

.55/1 6/29 SS

.55/1 Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check your E-Vic account to see if you received this coupon.

= as low as 85 cents.

Heinz Ketchup (14 oz.): $1.99

.50/1 6/22 RP

= 99 cents.

Kellogg’s Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Frosted Flakes or Rice Krispies (8.7-10.5 oz.): 5/$9. Must buy all 5 to get that price.

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

$1/2 Frosted Flakes printable coupon on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com

$1/2 Rice Krispies printable coupon on KelloggsFamilyRewards.com

$1/3 Kellogg’s cereal, 8.7 oz. or larger 6/1 RP

= as low as $1 each after using three .50/1 coupons and one $1/2 coupon.

Silk milk (64 oz.): 4/$10. Must buy all 4 to get that price.

$1.50/1 Silk Almond Coconut Blend or Protein + Fiber half gallon 6/15 RP

$1.50/1 printable coupon on soymilk blends

= as low as $1 each.

Arnold bread (24 oz.): BOGO or $1.74 each

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

= $1.24 each. Very good price.

Butterball turkey bacon (12 oz.) or sausage (10 oz.): $2.50

.55/1 6/29 SS

= $1.40.

Kellogg’s Nutri Grain bars or Fiber Plus bars: 5/$9. Must buy all 5 to get that price.

$1/2 Nutri Grain bars 6/29 RP

= $1.40 each after two $1/2 coupons.

Lance crackers (8 count): 5/$10. Must buy all 5 to get that price.

$1/2 printable coupon

= $1.60 each after two coupons.

Snyder’s Pretzels or Cape Cod chips: 5/$10. Must buy all 5 to get that price.

$1/2 Snyder’s 5/18 SS

= as low as $1.60 each after two coupons.

Tide detergent (92-100 oz.): 2/$20. Must buy both to get that price.

$1.50/1 printable coupon on N&O’s Find N Save. Must buy both to get that price.

.50/1, $1/2 or $2/3 7/6 P&G

.50/1 Harris Teeter digital coupon. Check you E-Vic account to see if you received this coupon.

= as low as $8.25 each after coupons and sale.

PLUS: Don’t forget the $10 P&G laundry rebate I wrote about HERE.

No coupons required:

Eggplant: 99 cents per pound.

Bell peppers: 99 cents each.

Cherries: $1.99 per pound. Fantastic price!

Blackberries (6 oz.): $2.

Chicken leg quarters: 97 cents per pound.

Ground chuck (80% lean): $2.99 per pound.

Oscar Mayer beef franks (14-16 oz.): BOGO or $2.99 each.

Smithfield pork loin: BOGO or $3.14 per pound.

Hewbrew National beef franks (11-12 oz.): BOGO or $3.24 each.

EZ Peel Shrimp: $5.99 per pound.

Mahi Mahi filets: $5.99.

Harris Teeter cottage cheese (16 oz.): $2.

Harris Teeter sour cream (24 oz.): $2.

Harris Teeter thin crust pizza: $3.

Harris Teeter canned tomatoes (14.5 oz.): 10/$5. Must buy all 10 to get that price. That’s a stock-up price, by the way.

Harris Teeter canned vegetables (14.5 oz.): 77 cents. A solid price, though I like to wait for the 50-cent sales.

Margaret Holmes canned vegetables (14.5-15 oz.): 10/$8. Must buy all 10 to get that price.

Harris Teeter seasoned croutons (5 oz.): $1.

Harris Teeter sliced black olives (3.8 oz.): $1.

Community Cofee (12 oz. ground): BOGO or $3.99 each.

Pepsi brand 12-packs: 5/$10. Must buy all 5 to get that price. Limit 10. Fantastic deal.

Frito Lay brand chips, including Baked (7-12 oz.): 5/$10. Must buy all 5 to get that price. Also a very good deal.

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