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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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If you need a staple item right now, use this list to help find the best place to get it this week. You can also use this to help learn what prices are good for items that you commonly buy. Click on the store names at the top of the page to find details on any coupons needed for these deals.

Beef

  • Bi-Lo – Boneless Beef Tip Roast at $2.29 lb.
  • Bi-Lo – Sirloin Tip Combo Pack $2.99 lb.
  • Harris Teeter – Harris Teeter Angus Beef Boneless Chuck Steak $2.99 lb.
  • Publix – 7-Bone Chuck Roast $2.99 lb.
  • Bloom – Ground Chuck B1G1 at $3.39 lb.
  • Food City – Angus Beef Bottom Round roast 2.49 lb.
  • Food City – Angus Beef Cubed Steak $2.49 lb.
  • Food City – Beef Bottom Round steak $2.69
  • HEB – Beef Chuck Roast, bone-in, $1.97 lb.
  • Harvey’s – Harveys Boneless Chuck Roast $2.99 lb.
  • Ingles – USDA Choice Beef Bottom Round Roast $2.68 lb.
  • Ingles – USDA Choice Beef Cube Steak, Family Pack, $2.68 lb.
  • Lowes – Fresh Ground Round, 85% lean, $2.69 lb.
  • Lowes – Boneless Bottom Round Roast $1.99 lb.
  • Sweetbay – 80% Lean Ground Chuck $2 lb.

Pork

  • Bi-Lo – Boston Butt Pork Roast $1.49 lb.
  • Harris Teeter – Boneless Center Cut Pork Chops or Roast $2.99 lb.
  • Harris Teeter – Harris Teeter Half Spiral Ham $1.49 lb.
  • Harris Teeter – Jones Dairy Farm Whole Bone-In Ham $1.99 lb.
  • Kroger – Mixed Pork Chops Bone-In, Family Pack $1.99 lb.
  • Publix – Publix Semi-Boneless Ham Portion $1.69 lb.
  • Food City – Whole Boneless Pork Loin $1.99
  • Food Lion – Smithfield Shank Portion Ham 99¢ lb.
  • Food Lion – Smithfield Center Cut Ham Slices B1G1
  • HEB – Pork Picnic Roast, or Smithfield Premium Shank Portion Ham $1 lb.
  • HEB – Pork Chops, bone-in, $1.97 lb.
  • Harvey’s – Pork Spare Ribs $1.99 lb.
  • Harvey’s – Whole Pork Roast $1.49 lb.
  • Ingles – Assorted Bone-in Pork Chops, family pack, $1.98 lb.
  • Ingles – Gwaltney Spiral Half Ham $1.78 lb.
  • Sweetbay – Pork Chops, 3-4 lb. Value Pack, at $1.99 lb.
  • Winn Dixie – Assorted Boneless Pork Chops at $2.49
  • Winn Dixie – Boneless Pork Loin Country Style Ribs at $2.84
  • Winn Dixie – Center Sliced Smoked Ham Steaks at $2.49

Poultry

  • Bi-Lo – Southern Home Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts at $2.29 lb.
  • Bi-Lo – Jennie-O Turkey Breast $2.99 lb.
  • Bi-Lo – Butterball Frozen Turkey Breast $1.69 lb.
  • Harris Teeter – Butterball Turkey Breast, 5-9 lb., $1.49 lb.
  • Kroger – Tyson Split Chicken Breast $1.19 lb.
  • Publix – Publix Young Turkey Breast $1.39 lb.
  • Food City – Food City Fryer Thighs or Drumsticks 79¢
  • Harvey’s – Chicken Breast $1.29 lb.
  • Ingles – Tyson Whole Chicken 78¢ lb.
  • Lowes – Sanderson Farms Whole Friers 47¢
  • Sweetbay – Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs $1 lb.
  • Winn Dixie – Chicken Thighs or Drumsticks at 89¢
  • Winn Dixie – WD Roasting Chicken 99¢ lb.

Seafood

  • Bi-Lo – Southern Home Wild Salmon Fillets, 16 oz. bag, at $4.99
  • Bi-Lo – Southern Home Alaskan Flounder or Tilapia Fillets, 16 oz. bag, at $4.49
  • Bi-Lo – Fresh Red Steelhead Trout Fillets $4.99 lb.
  • Harris Teeter – EZ Peel White Shrimp, 31-40 ct., or Wild Caught Cod Fillets $4.99 lb.
  • Publix – Medium White Shrimp, 40-50 ct, $4.99 lb.
  • Publix – Fresh Catfish Fillets $4.69 lb.
  • Sweetbay – Sweetbay Medium Cooked Shrimp $4.99 lb.

Produce

  • Bi-Lo – Green Peppers 99¢
  • Harris Teeter – Crisp Cucumbers 79¢
  • Harris Teeter – Lemons, 2 lb., $1.97
  • Harris Teeter – Calavo Avocado 97¢ ea
  • Kroger – Organic Fuji Apples, 3 lb. bag, $2.99
  • Kroger – Kroger Value Russet Potatoes, 10 lb. bag, $3.99
  • Bloom – Washington State, Gala or Granny Smith Apples, 3 lb. bag, B1G1 (price not listed)
  • Bloom – Iceberg Lettuce B1G1 (price not listed)
  • Bloom – White Potatoes, 5 lb. bag, B1G1 (price not listed)
  • Food City – Red Empire Apples, 5 lb. bag, $2.99
  • Food City – Kiwi 40¢
  • Food City – Osso Sweet Onions 99¢
  • Food Lion – White Potatoes, 5 lb. bag, B1G1 at $1.89
  • Food Lion – Gala Apples, 3 lb. bag, $2.99
  • Food Lion – Iceberg Lettuce 99¢ ea
  • Food Lion – Mangoes 99¢ ea
  • HEB – Texas Oranges, 4 lb.s., $1
  • HEB – Jonagold Apples 98¢ lb.
  • HEB – Minneola Tangelos 98¢ lb.
  • HEB – Papaya 88¢ lb.
  • Harvey’s – Grapefruit, 5 lb. bag, $2.99
  • Harvey’s – Imported Mangoes 99¢ each
  • Harvey’s – Juice oranges, 4 lb. bag, $2.99
  • Harvey’s – Navel oranges, 8 lb. bag, $4.99
  • Harvey’s – Washington State Apples, Red Delicious or Gala, 3 lb. bag, $2.50
  • Ingles – Spanish Clementines, 5 lb. box, $5.98 ea
  • Ingles – Florida Grapefruit, 5 lb. bag, $2.98 ea
  • Ingles – Stemlit Braeburn Apples, 3 lb. bag, B1G1 at $1.99
  • Ingles – Yellow Onions, 3 lb. bag, $1.98 ea
  • Lowes – Navel Oranges, 4 lb. bag, and/or Red Grapefruit, 5 lb. bag, at $2.49
  • Lowes – Yellow Cooking Onions, 3 lb. bag, $1.88
  • Lowes – Red Delicious or Rome Apples, 3 lb. bag, $2
  • Sweetbay – Anjou Pears 99¢ lb.
  • Sweetbay – Yellow Onions, 3 lb., $2.29
  • Winn Dixie – Green Peppers 99¢ lb.
  • Winn Dixie – Cucumbers 59¢
  • Winn Dixie – Hass Avocados, 5 ct, $3.99 (80¢ each)
  • Winn Dixie – Baking Potatoes 79¢ lb.

Breakfast

  • Bi-Lo – Tropicana Pure Premium or Trop50 Orange Juice, 59 oz., $1.78
  • Harris Teeter – Rice Krispies, Corn Flakes, Crispix, Froot Loops Cereal, 18 oz., 49¢
  • Kroger – Kellogg’s Cereal, 8.5-20 oz., 99¢
  • Publix – Eight O’Clock Coffee, 11-12 oz. bag, $1.94
  • Publix – Northland 100% Blended Juices, 64 oz., $1.47
  • Publix – V8 Splash or Diet V8 Splash, 64 oz., 89¢
  • Publix – Minute Maid Orange Juice $1.60
  • Sweetbay – Florida’s Natural Premium Orange Juice, 59 oz., $2
  • Winn Dixie – Kellogg’s Cereal, Selected Varieties, 7-15 oz., 99¢

Soft Drinks

  • Bi-Lo – Coke, 6 pk. .5 L. bottles, $2.75
  • Kroger – Pepsi Soft Drinks, 2 L, 89¢
  • Publix – Canada Dry, 7-Up, A&W, or Diet Rite, 2 L, at 92¢
  • Publix – Coca-Cola Products, 12 pk. cans, B2G1
  • Bloom – Coca-Cola Products, 2 L., B1G1 (price not listed)
  • Food Lion – Coca Cola, 2 L, B1G1 (price not listed)
  • Food Lion – 7UP, Diet Rite, or Canada Dry, 2 L, 99¢
  • HEB – Coca-Cola, Diet Coke or Coca-Cola Zero, 12 pk., 12 oz. cans, $3
  • HEB – H-E-B Soft Drinks, 2 L btl., $1
  • HEB – Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Dr Pepper or Lipton Tea, 1.5-2 L btl., $1
  • Harvey’s – Food Lion Soda, 12 pk. cans, $2
  • Ingles – Pepsi products, 12 pk cans, $2.50 ea
  • Lowes – Lowes Food Soft Drinks, 3 L., 88¢
  • Lowes – Coke, 2 L., $1
  • Sweetbay – Coke Products, 2L., $1

Cleaning Supplies

  • Bi-Lo – Clorox 2 Liquid Color Safe Bleach, 33 oz., or Stain Fighter Packets, 16 ct., $4.59 (15¢ Bonus Fuel Perks WYB $10)
  • Harris Teeter – Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner, 24 oz., 49¢
  • Kroger – All Laundry Detergent, 32-63 oz., $1.99
  • Kroger – Snuggle Fabric Softener Liquid, 32 oz., $1.99
  • Kroger – Finish Dishwasher Detergent 12 ct Tabs or 20 ct Pacs 94¢
  • Publix – Fab Laundry Detergent 50 oz., $1.04 – $1.54
  • Publix – Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Foam 79¢
  • Publix – Comet Bathroom Cleaner 50¢
  • Food City – Xtra 2x Laundry Detergent $1.50
  • Harvey’s – Bounce Fabric Softener Sheets, 80 ct., $1.99
  • Sweetbay – Arm & Hammer Liquid Laundry Detergent, 50 oz., $2
  • Winn Dixie – Arm & Hammer 2X Liquid Laundry Detergent, 50 oz., at $1.99
  • Winn Dixie – Arm & Hammer Dryer Cloths or Fabric Softener Sheets, 40-144 ct, at $1.49-$1.99

Paper Products

  • Bi-Lo – Charmin Bath Tissue, 9 mega or 18 big rolls, or Bounty Paper Towels, 8 giant rolls, $7.99
  • Bi-Lo – Hefty Easy Grip Cups, 20 ct., $1.47
  • Kroger – Kleenex Facial Tissue, 75-200 ct., 66¢
  • Kroger – Brawny Paper Towels, 6 Big or 8 Regular Rolls, $4.74
  • Kroger – Cottonelle Bathroom Tissue, 20 Double Rolls, $8.99
  • Publix – Brawny Paper Towels, 6-8 rolls, $4.74
  • Food Lion – Angel Soft Bath Tissue, 9-24 rolls, $4.49
  • HEB – Angel Soft Bath Tissue, 4 regular rolls, $1
  • HEB – Sparkle Big Roll or Brawny Regular Roll Paper Towels, single roll, $1
  • Harvey’s – Angel Soft Bath Tissue, 24 regular or 12 double, $4
  • Ingles – Scotties Facial Tissue 33¢
  • Winn Dixie – Angel Soft Bath Tissue, 9-24 Roll, $4

Baby

  • Bi-Lo – Luvs Big Pack Diapers, 66-108 ct., $16.49
  • Bi-Lo – Pampers or Easy Ups Big Pack Diapers $18.48
  • Bi-Lo -Pampers 5x Baby Wipes Refill, 320-360 ct., $8.49
  • Bi-Lo -Similac Advance or Sensitive Ready to Feed Formula, 32 oz., $2.39
  • Bi-Lo – Similac Advance or Sensitive Concentrate Formula, 32 oz., $6.99
  • Kroger – Pampers Diapers or Easy Ups, Jumbo Pack $7.49
  • Kroger – Pampers Wipes Refill, 320-360 ct., $7.99
  • Publix – Huggies or Pampers Diapers, 48-96 ct, $10.49
  • Publix – $8 off Gerber Good Start Infant Formula Powder, 24-25.7 oz.
  • Food Lion – Luvs Diapers, jumbo pk, $4.99

Pet

  • Harris Teeter – Milkbone Dog Biscuits or Essentials, 22-26 oz., $1.37
  • Harris Teeter – Harmony Farms Dog Food, 12.5 oz., at 94¢
  • Harris Teeter – Purina Cat Chow, 3.5 lb., at $1.72
  • Harris Teeter – Feline Pine Cat Litter, 4.10 lb. Clumping or 7 lb. Original, FREE
  • Harris Teeter – Blue Dog Bakery Treats, 10 oz., 59¢
  • Publix – Purina Beggin’ Strips Dog Snacks, 10 oz., 64¢
  • Publix – Purina Tidy Cats Cat Litter, 14 lb. jug, at $2.24
    • Leigh

      I went racing out to Kroger for the $1.19/lb split chicken breasts and the butcher looked at me like I was nuts when I asked about it…the only ones we found were over $3.00/lb. Has any one there found this deal at Kroger?

      • Lynnette

        Our Kroger has is it for $1.99 lb in WV

    • erin

      I found it in the weekly ad for Kroger in Atlanta for 1.19..its kroger value thighs or drumsticks.

    • Loudogs

      are the items like All detergent at Kroger for 1.99 after the coupon or before?

      • Shavon

        after coupon

    • LylithC

      I wish we had a Bi-Lo or a Kroger in Crawfordville/Tallahassee :(

    • Judy

      Is it just me or does anyone else have trouble with Publix taking other coupons? I check the list you post Jenny and then print the coupons listed behind the item.I went shopping today, asked before I started if they take Walgreens coupons, a clerk said yes.Got all my shopping done, using several walgreens coupons and was told they dont take them or Target ones. Frustrating as I had printed all these to use there.is it just my store?

      • lunchlady123

        I would talk to the manager and tell him what happened. The store told you that you could use them, so they should let you use them. That would also let the manager know that he needs to retrain his staff. My stores let me know what competators they accept and stick with it.

      • Sandy H

        Hi Judy, my town's Publix will only take coupons from stores w/in so many miles–unfortunately we don't have a Target so I can't use their coupons. They will take grocery store coupons and I'm not sure if they'll do the Walgreens coupons. Since it's w/in the limits but not a groc store? not sure

      • Squirrelhater

        Publix in Sptbg.(eastside)is awesome.They occasionally employ an overzealous cashier…but that's it.It doesn't take long to learn which lines to avoid.They take all other local gro.store coupons but none of the drug/discount store coupons.No=walmart,walgreens,target,riteaid,etc.Also no=harris teeter,kroger,etc.'cause none nearby…going to go for my buggy of free things in a few minutes.

      • Gail

        Judy, my Px will take competitor's Qs only from a grocery store in our area. Each Px is different though even in our city, so definitely check with your manager. They also sometimes limit how many competitor's Qs they will take – YMMV.

    • Milk, and in general dairy, is an expensive staple. I'm not seeing dairy on this list. Is there a reason it isn't included?

    • Sharon

      Jenny, the Huggies & Pampers diapers are on sale for $19.99. There is the in ad coupon for $3 off, but how do you get them down to $10.49? Thanks

      • Dhdy

        Did u ever get an explanation for this price?

    • Lia Vanover

      Harris Teeter in Charlotte, N.C.(-university city blvd), had ALL whole Turkeys for .99/lb. Even Organic ones. :)

    • kcreviews

      Why aren't eggs ever on sale anymore? They are so expensive everywhere and I am dying to use that $.55/2 egg coupon!

      • dweebb

        and red meat is getting out of sight. We can hardly afford to have just hamburgers or meatloaf anymore, with 4 teenagers.

        • Gail

          Many grocery stores will discount their meat early the following day to clear the case for today's meat. Ask in the meat department. I often get discounted meat (still in date) at half the price. I just pop it in the freezer anyway, so storage isn't an issue for me.

      • C~~

        This may not help, but if you have an HEB grocery store in your area, they are having a sale on eggs – $1.00 for a dozen.

      • emilyj

        walgreens has eggs on sale for .99 most weeks

    • Gamblebryant

      Correction on the Bi-lo Similac listed it's $5.39 not $2.39.

    • Boldingc1

      Can I make a suggestion to put cheese and bacon on here. Thanks

    • Nancy

      Do you have any advice on saving on Gluten Free (GF) Food? I have to go to different grocery stores to find GF items. It can be frustrating to remember which store in a particular location carries the item. For example, GF noodles can be found at Walmart but it depends on the location. Of course, GF food is very expensive. $5.00 to $7.00 dollars for a very small bag of GF flour. I need at least 5 bags to make a flour mixture.
      Is it possible to save? If so how? Unemployed and trying to make ends meet.
      Thanks,
      Nancy

      • Kim

        emealz.com is a service that creates weekly meals for you for $5 a month. They have gluten free meal plans that plans meals according to what is on sale at your fav. grocery.

      • Rhonique22

        Try Trader Joes' if there is one in your area; i recently switched to their brand waffles and ginger snaps both 1.99 each and usually 2.50-3.99 at Kroger and Whole Foods

      • tryintosave

        I'm sorry GF is so expensive! I would try to cut way back on GF flour products and just try to find non carb foods to stretch your $$…. which is extremely frustrating from a diet perspective! I second the Trader Joes comment if you have one nearby. Try the ethnic aisles… scour the sections for GF items that aren't advertised as such (different kinds of rice noodles, etc). Maybe you can find a brand that works?? Good luck!

    • lruss

      I'm new at couponing/saving and this is really helpful! As a Nashvillian; hope you enjoyed our city last week!

    • Groovybree

      Just to let everyone know, Food Lion's meat deals are buy one pound get on pound free, not buy one pack get one pack free.

    • Kg

      There is $1/1 egglands best eggs in the new family circle magazine.

    • Christine

      I'm new to this web site and couponing in general. I would like to take advantage of the 'freebies', but when do the new listings for 'free to $1.00' get posted. The ones listed are already outdated…, unless I'm not reading this correctly.