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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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$1 or Less Grocery Deals 3/3

on 3.3.2011 at 10:06am
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Want to just see the top deals across the major grocery stores? This list is everything under $1 at Bi-Lo, Harris Teeter, Kroger and Publix.

Note: To see coupon match ups you will need to click on “see the deals” to view each store’s list including all the coupons and special promotions!

Bi-Lo deals

  • Maruchan Yakisoba, 3.79-4.05 oz, FREE
  • Earthbound Farm Organic Salad, 5-7 oz, 99¢
  • Marzetti Hummus, 11 oz, 84¢
  • Jolly Time Popcorn, 3-4 pk., 14¢
  • Aquafresh Toothpaste, 6-6.4 oz, 29¢
  • Kleenex Facial Tissue, 75-200 ct., 87¢
  • Pampers Baby Wipes Tubs, 64-72 ct., 84¢
  • Kraft Natural Shredded or Chunk Cheese $1
  • Philadelphia Cooking Creme, 10 oz, 50¢
  • Yoplait Splitz Yogurt, 4 pk., $1
  • Bull’s Eye BBQ Sauce, 17.5 oz, 40¢
  • Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta, 14.75-15.5 oz, 50¢
  • Hunt’s Tomatoes, 14.5 oz, 67¢
  • Crunch ‘n Munch, 4 oz, 30¢
  • RoTel Diced Tomatoes, 10 oz, 75¢

Harris Teeter deals

  • Prego Pasta Sauce, 23-24 oz, 77¢
  • General Mills Cereals, 12.25-16 oz, 87¢
  • Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables, 10-16 oz, 99¢
  • Sister Schubert’s Parkerhouse Yeast Rolls, 11 oz, 47¢
  • Hartz Crunch N’ Clean Dog Biscuits, 26 oz, 27¢
  • Blue Diamond Almonds, 6 oz, 79¢
  • Old Orchard 100% Apple Juice 50¢
  • Totino’s Party Pizza 24¢
  • Activia or DanActive $1
  • Pillsbury Grands 50¢
  • Mueller’s Penne 25¢

Kroger deals

  • Butterfinger, Nestle Crunch or Wonka Candy, singles, FREE
  • Pillsbury Refrigerated Breads, Biscuits, or Sweet Rolls 75¢
  • Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers 53¢
  • Totino’s Party Pizza or Pizza Rolls, 15 ct., 50¢
  • Progresso Soup, select varieties, 18.5-19 oz, 75¢
  • Hamburger Helper Meals 72¢
  • Zatarain’s Rice Mix, 5.7-8 oz, 50¢
  • Betty Crocker Brownie Mix, 16.5-19 oz, $1
  • Chex Mix, Bugles, or Gardetto’s Snacks, 6-8.75 oz, 25¢
  • Nature Valley or Fiber One Bars, 5-12 ct., 79¢
  • Pringles Super Stack, 5.71-6.3 oz, 83¢
  • Old Spice or Secret Deodorant, 2-3.25 oz, 99¢

Publix deals

  • Quaker Instant Oatmeal, or Instant Hot cereal, 10.1-16.2 oz, FREE
  • Halls Cough Drops, 30 ct bag, FREE
  • Crest Toothpaste, 4.2, 6.2, or 8.2 oz, FREE
  • French’s Worcestershire Sauce, 10 oz, FREE
  • Sundown Vitamin B6, 150 ct., FREE
  • Reach Advanced Design toothbrush, 1 ct., or Access Flosser Starter Kit 99¢
  • New York Style Bagel Chips, 6-9 oz, 34¢
  • Prego 100% Italian Sauce, or Meat Sauce, 23.5-24 oz, 86¢
  • Pasta Roni, or Rice-A-Roni, 3.5-7.2 oz, 41¢
  • Uncle Bens Rice, Boil-in-Bag, Enriched Long Grain or Brown Whole Grain, or Fast Cooking, 14-15.8 oz, 64¢
  • Chef Boyardee Canned Pasta, 14.5-15 oz, 19¢
  • Hormel Compleats, Dinty Moore or Chi-Chi’s Fiesta Plates, 10 oz, 24¢
  • Old Orchard 100% Juice, Frozen Concentrate, 12 oz, 50¢
  • Tai Pei Entrees, 12-14.2 oz, 49¢
  • Orville Redenbacher’s Popping Corn, 12-19.8 oz box or 30 oz jar, 94¢
  • Milk-Bone Dog Biscuits or Snacks, 22-26 oz, 34¢
  • Resolve Spray’n Wash Laundry Stain Remover, 12-22 oz, or Stain Stick, 3 oz, 74¢
  • Dannon Activia Yogurt, 4 pk., $1
  • Jell-O Gelatin Refrigerated Snacks, 6 ct., $1
  • Pillsbury Rolls, or Breadsticks, Pizza Crust or Loaf, 8-13.9 oz, $1
  • Kraft American Cheese Singles, 12 oz, 50¢
  • Campbell’s Condensed Soup or Soup at Hand, 10.5-11.5 oz can, 60¢
  • Quaker Chewy Granola Bars, 8.4-8.7 oz, 33¢
  • Friendship Sour Cream, 16 oz, 30¢
  • Friendship Cottage Cheese, 16 oz, 84¢
  • Lindsay Reclosable Italian or Large Pitted Olives, 6.5 oz, $1
  • Weight Watchers Ice Cream Cups, 2 pk. 12 oz, $1
    • Marlagunas

      Thanks janny

    • Exsquid22

      Wishing we had Publix in Virginia

    • GirlfromFL.

      So is this deal for today only somebody help me I don't want to miss out.

      • Kcreviews

        All the deals last until the next store ad begins, usually until the next Tues.

      • Barbara

        These deals are for the weekly sales in each store.

    • Agirlin Fl

      hello Jenny I was checking out the site this morning and you gave a run down of who had what on sale. I particulary like the paper products from Lowes. I have one question? Lowes are we referring to lowes supermarket or is that Lowes Co for home repairs. I don't have a lowes supermarket in Jax. Fl. but we have a lowes co for home repaiirs. Just trying to clear it up before I make a fool of myself and go collecting at lowes. thank you anyone????

      • Kcreviews

        The Lowes she is referring to on this site is Lowes Foods.

    • Liveitup742

      I'd like to add that Publix has Boca Burgers BOGO. Target has a coupon for $2 off 2, then the Publix Booklet (forget the name) has a $1 off two manny. Makes it less than $1 for both.

    • Cutiebugcw

      I am super new to couponing, for example, this up coming Sunday will be my first batch of coupons. If I go to Publix today, will I get all of these great deals, even the free ones?

      • Cindersand1024

        I'm assuming that you literally mean that you don't currently possess any coupons yet, but are planning on starting a coupon collection beginning with the paper this Sunday. So, if I've understood that correctly, I say no, you probably will not be able to score all the freebies. You should be able to pick up a few of them if there are printables available. You generally will not immediately use the coupons the first week you get them. Most often if you save them to use when the item goes on sale, you will be able to generate the most savings and get those free items.

      • Jmrking

        It takes time to build up a good coupon collection. And it really helps if you can get people to save them for you and get a couple of people into it for support. I have a few women that we all swap coupons and keep each others heads up. About three weeks in you will notice a HUGE difference. Don't give up. It takes time to get the hang of it.

    • I used a .35/1 Pillsbury Pizza Dough coupon, which doubled at Kroger to .70 and instead of paying $1.25 for the pizza dough, I spent .55!

    • Kish

      I'm a new couponer and I'm not sure how to get the free items; for instance the toothpaste? Please advise…

      • Jmrking

        Most of the time it's free because of a doubled coupon. Some stores will double up to fifty cents. You would just need to call your local stores and ask the manager.Or it could be free due to a Store coupon teamed with a Manufacturer coupon.

    • tiff

      ok I'm confused? Does Publix double coupons? I noticed on the French's it says $.99 use .50/1 makes it free? am I reading this wrong?

      • Raejohnston

        In Florida they don't double but most other states will double coupons and you get more free.

      • Malissa

        My Publix in Richmond Hill said that the French's was NOT on sale! It wasn't in the paper either. Can anyone clue me in on this?

      • Jmrking

        It depends on the store. You have to call and ask the store manager. The one in Savannah GA will but the one in Hardeeville, SC won't and they are only a few miles apart.

    • anna

      how do i get this items for these prices i am confused i am also new to couponing. i have gotten the last 2 weeks papers? can someone please help me out. You can e-mail me at arnsdorff1@aol.com thanks?

    • Kay

      I still haven't figured out where to get the coupon matchups for these deals? Am I missing something?

      • Allison

        The coupon matchups are in the weekly ads for the individual stores. Click “deals” next to the name of the store and it will take you to that page.

    • Drew Hayes

      It says click on “see the deals”. Those 3 words are nowhere to be found. Do you mean, click on the word deals? If so, please say that for us newbies.