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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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Bi-Lo Weekly Ad 6/16-6/22

on 6.15.2010 at 9:00pm
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It’s another really great week for Bi-Lo. With B1G1 Eggs and Sugar I hope you can contain your excitement just a little. If you see any other deals or coupons leave a comment below and help others find them.shoppinglist1

Coupon Policy:
1. Most Bi-Lo store double coupons that are 60¢ or less.
2. You can “stack” a store coupon with a manufacturer’s coupon.
3. You do not have to buy 2 of the B1G1 items to get the sale price.
4. If you do buy two B1G1 items, use 2 coupons if you have them.
5. Some stores take competitor coupons, please check with your store before shopping to see if a coupon will be accepted.

Meal Deal

  • Buy (1) Contessa Meal, 20-24 oz., $7.99
    -$1.50 off Contessa MicroSteam or On The Stove meal RP 6/20 or printable
    -$1 off Contessa MicroSteam or On The Stove meal RP 05/16
    -$1 off Contessa MicroSteam or On The Stove meal June or July All You Magazine
    -$1.50/2 Contessa MicroSteam or On The Stove meal RP 03/28 or printable (sign in)
    Get:
    Cole’s Mini Loaf, 8 oz., Free

    -.50/1 Cole’s brand bread products printable (sign in)
    Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream, 14 oz., Free
    -$1 off Haagen-Dazs 14 oz or larger July All You Magazine
    Pepsi, 6 pk. 12 oz. cans, Free

Buy One Get One Deals

  • Southern Home Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, at $4.49 lb. ($2.24)
  • Oscar Mayer Bacon, 12-16 oz., at $5.99 ($2.99)
  • Boneless Pork Loin Half, 3.5 lb., at $4.39 lb. ($2.19)
  • Southern Home Cooked or Raw Shrimp, 16 oz., Price Not Listed
  • Southern Home or Sea Best Bay Scallops, 16 oz., at $8.99 ($4.49)
  • Southern Home Tilapia, Perch, Cod or Alaskan Flounder, 16 oz., Price Not Listed
  • Gorton’s Seafood, 17.3-24.5 oz., at $8.99 ($4.49)
    -.60/1 Gorton’s product any February All You Magazine (makes it $3.29)
    -.50/2 Gorton’s items any printable
  • Ocean Eclipse Salmon or Mahi Mahi Fillets, 16 oz., at $7.99 ($3.99)
  • Oscar Mayer Bologna, 16 oz., at $4.29 ($2.14)
    -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchmeats SS 5/16 (makes it $1.64)
    -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchmeats, any, in store dispenser
  • Chicken of the Sea Chunk Light Tuna, 5 oz., at 99¢ (49¢)
  • Land O’ Frost Canadian Bacon or Ham Steak, 7-8 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
  • Hebrew National Beef Franks, 12 oz., at $4.99 ($2.49)
    -.75/1 Hebrew National beef franks SS 05/23 (exp 06/20)
    -$1/2 Hebrew National beef franks June All You Magazine
    -$1/2 Hebrew National beef franks Kroger home mailer
  • SH Chicken Tenders, Nuggets or Popcorn Style Chicken, 24 oz., at $7.99 ($3.99)
  • Carl Buddig Deli Cuts Sandwich Meats, 12 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    -$1 off Carl Buddig Deli Cuts lunchmeat, 12 or 16 oz pkg SS 03/21 or printable (makes it 99¢)
  • Southern Home Large White Eggs, 1 dozen, at $1.89 (94¢)
  • Southern Home Self Rising or Traditional Pizza, 20.5-32.7 oz., at $5.34 ($2.67)
  • Southern Home Premium Ice Cream or Yogurt, 56 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
  • The Philly Steak, 10.5 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
  • Southern Home Novelties, 6-24 pk., at $3.39 ($1.69)
  • Turkey Hill Ice Cream, 48 oz., at $4.39 ($2.19)
    -$1 off Turkey Hill Ice Cream, May First Magazine (makes it $1.19)
    -$1/2 Turkey Hill Ice Cream, 1.5 quarts, RP 4/11
    -$1/2 Turkey Hill Premium Ice Cream, 1.5 qts, RP 06/13
  • Fresh Baked Cinnamon Rolls, 6 ct., at $3.99 ($1.99)
  • Dixie Crystals Sugar, 4 lb., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -.50/1 Dixie Crystals sugar printable (print limit reached) (makes it 49¢)
  • General Mills Cereal, Cocoa Puffs, Honey Nut Cheerios, at $4.32 ($2.16)
    -.55/1 Honey Nut Cheerios printable or printable or printable (makes it $1.06)
    -$1/2 General Mills cereal printable or printable or printable
    -$1/2 General Mills Cheerios in-store dispenser (makes it $1.66)
    -$1/2 General Mills cereals SS 5/30
    -$1/3 General Mills cereals listed SS 6/13
  • Ruffles Potato Chips, 9-10 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    Free Rold Gold Pretzels wyb (2) Ruffles Potato Chips, tearpad
  • Nabisco 100 Calorie Snacks, 3.7-4.86 oz., at $3.29 ($1.64)
    -$1/2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers, $55 Nabisco Savings Booklet
    -$1/2 Nabisco Crackers, SS 5/16 (make it $1.14)
  • McCormick Black Pepper, 4 oz., at $3.49 ($1.74)
  • Betty Crocker Specialty Potatoes, 4.6-6.6 oz., at $1.75 (87¢)
    -.50/2 Betty Crocker Boxed Potatoes printable or printable (makes it 37¢)
  • Duncan Hines Cake Mix, 16-18.25 oz., at $2.42 ($1.21)
    -$1/3 Duncan Hines Cake Mix, Brownie Mix, or Frosting, SS 3/28
    -.55/2 Duncan Hines Cake Mix, Brownie Mix, or Frosting SS 3/28
    (makes it 66¢)
  • Sunshine Cheez-It, 7.5-10 oz., at $3.00 ($1.50)
  • Thomas’ Plain English Muffins, 6 ct., at $3.29 ($1.64)
  • Southern Home Graham Crackers, 14-14.5 oz., at $2.69 ($1.34)
  • Kellogg’s NutriGrain Bars, 8 ct., at $3.59 ($1.79)
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain bars inside select packages
  • Blue Bunny Champ! Cones, 24-27.6 oz., at $5.59 ($2.79)
    -.75/1 Blue Bunny Novelty or Packaged Ice Cream, June All You Magazine (makes it $2.04)
  • Southern Home Sour Cream, 16 oz., at $1.69 (84¢)
  • Langers No Worries Mixers, 11.5 oz., at $2.77 ($1.38)
  • Juicy Juice, 46 oz., at $3.09 ($1.54)
    -$1/2 Juicy Juice printable
    -$1/2 Juice Juice Nestle School Days Made Simple (makes it $1.04)
  • Aquafina Flavor Splash, 6 pk. .5 L, at $3.49 ($1.74)
    -$1 off Aquafina Flavor Splash 6 pack printable (makes it 74¢)
  • Colgate Toothpaste, 6.4 oz., at $2.79 ($1.39)

Other Deals

Produce

  • Beefsteak Tomatoes, $1.99 lb.
  • Broccoli, $1.50
  • Peaches, 99¢

Meat

  • Boneless Beef Ribeye Steaks, 8 oz., $3.50
  • Boneless Bottom Round Beef Roast, $1.99 lb.
  • Russer Cooked Ham or Wunderbar Bologna, $2.99 lb.
  • Boneless Ribeye, Boneless New York Strip or T-Bone Steaks, $8.99 lb.
  • Boston Butt Country Style Pork Ribs, $1.99 lb.
  • Johnsonville Italian Sausage or Bratwurst, 19.76 oz., $2.99
    -.55/1 Johnsnoville Brats or Italian Sausage printable
    -.55/1 Johnsonville Sausage , July Woman’s Day Magazine (makes it $1.89)
  • Hormel Natural Sandwich Meats, 7-9 oz., $2.50
    -.55/1 Hormel Natural Choice Deli Lunch Meat printable (sign in)
    -.55/1 Hormel Natural Choice Deli sandwich meat SS 06/06 (makes it $1.40)
    -$1/2 Hormel Natural Choice Deli sandwich meat SS 06/06
  • Banquet Brown ‘N Serve Sausage, 7-8 oz., $1
  • John Morrell Smoked Sausage, 12 oz., $1
  • Kraft Deli Fresh Slices, 7-8 oz., $2.50
    -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchmeats SS 5/16
    -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchmeats, any, in store dispenser
    -$1 off Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh meat printable (makes it $1.50)

Cold

  • Stouffer’s Single Serve Entrees, Dinners, or Sides, 6-21 oz., $1.98
    -$1 off Stouffer’s Corner Bistro Toasted Sub SS 4/11 (makes it 98¢)
  • Borden Singles, Natural Slices or Natural Chunk Cheese, 6-12 oz., $2
    -$1 off Borden Singles Sensations SS 5/23 or July All You Mag. (if included) (makes it $1)
  • Sargento Natural Shredded Cheese, 5-8 oz., $2
    -.50/1 Sargento Natural Shredded Cheese, 5-8 oz Kroger home mailer (makes it $1)
  • Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, $2
    Gwaltney Great Dogs, 16 oz., Free wyb (3) Pillsbury Crescent Rolls

    -.40/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls, SS 03/28 (exp 06/19)
    -$1/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods Products
    printable or printable (makes it $1.66)
    -.75/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Goods , in store dispenser
    -.75/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods Products SS 5/30

Grocery

  • Kellogg’s Poptarts, 12 ct., $2.50
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Pop Tarts, 8 ct +, RP 6/13 or printable (makes it $2)
  • Zatarain’s Rice Sides, 5.7-8 oz., $1
    -$1/4 Zatarain’s Rice Mixes or Pasta Mixes RP 04/11
    -$1/3 Zatarain’s Rice Mixes or Pasta Mixes RP 04/11 (makes it 66¢)
  • Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad, 6.2-8.3 oz., $1
    -.50/2 Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mix printable or printable or printable
    -.50/2 Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mixes SS 5/23, 6/06 (makes it 50¢)

Beverage

  • Florida’s Natural Orange, Apple or Grapefruit Juice, 59-64 oz., $1.98
  • Organic Valley Milk, 64 oz., $3.49
    -.75/2 Organic Valley Milk, half gallon printable (makes it $3.11)
  • Gatorade, 32 oz., $1
    Free Gatorade Perform 32 oz wyb Gatorade Prime AND Recover RP 6/13 (if included)

Household

  • Scott Bath Tissue, 8 rolls, $4.99
    -$1 off Scott Naturals Bath Tissues, 4 rolls+ SS 5/23
    -$1 Scott Naturals Bath Tissue 4 rolls or larger printable (makes it $3.99)
  • Scott Paper Towels, 6 rolls, $4.99
    -$1 off Scott Naturals Paper Towels, 6 rolls+, SS 5/23 or printable(makes it $3.99)
    -$4.50 off Scott Naturals tissue or towels, recycle bank printable (redeem points)
    B1G1 Scott Naturals tissue or towels, recycle bank printable (redeem points)
  • Gain Liquid Laundry Detergent, 48-64 loads, $9.99

Price Lock Deals

Price Lock Meat

  • Fresh Cod Fillets, $7.99 lb
  • Shrimp Kabobs, $1.00
  • Fresh Express Cole Slaw, 10-16 oz., $1.48
  • Boneless Sirloin Pork Chops, $1.99 lb.
  • Russer Genoa or Hard Salami, $3.99 lb.
  • Smithfield Boneless Marinated Pork Loin Fillets, $3.99 lb.
    -$1 off Smithfield Marinated Pork product June All You Mag (makes it $2.99)
  • Laura Lean New York Strip Steak or Ribeye Beef Steak, $9.99 lb.
    -$1 off Laura’s Lean Beef printable (sign up) (makes it $8.99)

Price Lock Grocery

  • Old El Paso Dinner Kits, 8.4-14 oz., $1.99
    -.60/2 Old El Paso product
    printable (makes it $1.39)
    -.60/2 Old El Paso Products printable or printable
  • Swiss Tea, 1 gal., $2
    -.55/1 Swiss Tea (1) Gallon, or (2) Half Gallons, SS 5/23 (makes it 90¢)
  • Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, 10-11.5 oz., $1.99
    -.55/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries , SS 5/16 (makes it $1.44)
  • New York Texas Toast, 11.25 oz., $2
    -.40/1 New York Brand Frozen Garlic Bread product, SS 5/23

    -.50/1 New York Frozen Product, May All You Magazine
    (makes it $1)
    -.50/1 New York Frozen Product, UPromise e-coupon
    printable
  • SmartWater, 1 L, 88¢
  • Vitamin Water Singles, 20 oz., 88¢
  • 7 Up, Diet-Rite, or RC, 2 L, 99¢
  • Slim Jim Meat Snacks, 4.5 oz., $2.59
    -.75/1 Slim Jim 16 ct or larger SS 5/16 (makes it $1.84)
    -$1 off Slim Jim 16 ct canister Conagra home mailer
  • Smucker’s Spoonable Ice Cream Toppings, 11.5-12.25 oz., $1.79
    -$1/2 Smucker’s toppings RP 05/16
    -.55/1 Smucker’s toppings RP 05/16 or Kroger home mailer (makes it 69¢)
  • Dasani, 24 pk. .5 L bottles, $3.99
  • Peter Pan Peanut Butter, 13-16.3 oz., $1.99
    -$1/2 Peter Pan peanut butter any June All You Mag (makes it $1.49)
  • VanCamp’s Pork and Beans, 15 oz., 55¢
    -$1/4 Van Camp’s Pork & Beans, 15 oz+, Conagra home mailer
    -.30/3 Van Camp’s, SS 5/16 (regional)
    (makes it 35¢ ea)
  • Dole Pineapple, Tropical Fruit Salad or Mandarin Oranges, 15-20 oz., $1.25
  • Kraft Salad Dressing, 16 oz., $1.67
    -.55/1 Kraft Salad Dressing SS 5/02 (exp 06/19) or printable (makes it $0.47)
    -$1/2 Kraft Salad Dressing SS 5/02 (exp 06/19)
  • Heluva Good Dips, 12 oz., $1.50
    -.50/1 Heluva Good sour cream dips SS 05/16 or printable (makes it 50¢)
    -$1/2 Heluva Good sour cream dips SS 05/16
  • Kraft A.1. Steak Sauce, 10 oz., $2.99
  • Kraft A.1. Marinade, 16 oz., $2.50
  • Mayfield Ice Cream, 16 oz., $1.50
  • Mayfield Frozen Treats, 6 pk., $1.99
  • Edy’s Fruit Bars, 16.5-18 oz., $2.50
  • Patterson’s Hot Dog Chili, 8 oz., 99¢
    -.40/1 Patterson’s product any SS 05/09 (makes it 19¢)
  • Hot Pockets, 6.5-9 oz., $2.00
    -$1/3 Hot Pockets or Lean Pockets or Breakfast Sandwiches, RP 4/25 (makes it $1.66)
  • Nestle Ready to Bake or Chub Cookies, 16-16.5 oz., $2.50
    -$1 off Nestle refrigerated cookie dough printable (makes it $1.50)
  • Toufayan Pita Bread, 12 oz., $1.29
  • Jell-O Pudding Mix, 1-4 oz. 4 servings, 67¢
    B1G1 Jello Pudding or Gelatin, 4serv box, SS 6/06 (makes it 33¢)
    -.50/2 Jello Gelatin or Pudding, SS 6/06
  • Del Monte Spaghetti Sauce, 26.5 oz., $1.00
  • Dole Fruit Cups, 4 pk., $1.88
    -.50/2 Dole Gel Fruit Bowls SS 04/25 or May All You Mag
    -.50/2 Dole Fruit Bowls or Parfaits SS 04/25
    -$1/2 Dole Fruit Bowls or Parfaits SS 04/25
    (makes it $1.38)

Price Lock Other Items

  • Pampers Cruiser or Swaddlers Jumbo Diapers, $8.99
    -$1.50 off Pampers Diapers or Pants, PG 6/06 (makes it $7.49)

    -$2 off Pampers Diapers RP 6/20
  • One A Day Men’s or Women’s 50+ Advantage Vitamins, 50 ct., $6.99
    -$1 off One a Day Adult or Teen Multivitamin
    printable or printable
    -$1 off One A Day Product, SS 3/21

    -$1 off One A Day Teen or Adult Multivitamin
    printable or printable
    -$1 off One a Day Women’s Product, RP 6/13
    (makes it $5.99)
  • Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap, 7.5 oz., 99¢
  • Palmolive Dish Detergent, 20-25 oz., $1.98
    -.25/1 off Palmolive Ultra Dish Liquid printable
  • Marcal Small Steps Paper Towels, 8 rolls, or Bath Tissue, 12 double rolls, $4.99
    $1 off any Marcal Small Steps Towel, Bath Tissue SS 06/13 (makes it $3.99)
  • Lysol Wipes, 28-35 ct., Kitchen, 22-32 oz., or Toilet Bowl Cleaner, 24 oz., $2
    -$1/2 Lysol wipes SS 05/23, 06/06 or printable (sign in)
    -.50/1 Lysol Antibacterial Kitchen cleaner printable (sign in)
    -$1/2 Lysol Antibacterial Kitchen cleaner SS 06/06

    -.50/1 Lysol toilet bowl cleaner printable (sign in) (makes it $1)
    -$1/2 Lysol toilet bowl cleaner SS 06/06
  • Adams Flea and Tick Control, $2 off
    -$3 off Adams Spot On Flea & Tick product RP 05/23 (regional)
  • Whiskas Purrfectly Fish, 10-12 ct., $4.79
    -$2 off Whiskas dry food or any multipack RP 05/23 or printable (makes it $2.79)
    -$1 off Whiskas Purrfectly product printable
  • Huggies Little Swimmers Swim Pants, 10-12 ct., $7.49
    -$1 off Huggies Little Swimmers swim pants printable (makes it $6.49)
    -$1.50 off Huggies Little Swimmers swim pants printable or printable or printable or printable
  • Zyrtec, 30 ct., $18.99
    -$4 off Zyrtec 24 ct.+ adult product RP 05/02, 04/11 (makes it $14.99)
    -$5/2 Zyrtec, Benadryl, Visine, Sudafed PE or Tylenol Sinus RP 4/11
  • Kibbles ‘n Bits Dog Food, $10.99
    -$1 off Kibbles ‘N Bits dry dog food 8 lbs or smaller RP 06/06
    -$2 off Kibbles ‘N Bits dry dog food 16 lb.+ RP 06/06
    (makes it $8.99)
  • Tidy Cats Odor Control Litter, 20 lb., $3.49
    -$1 off Purina Tidy Cats cat litter SS 05/02 (makes it $2.49)
  • Meow Mix, 3.15-4.2 lb., $3.69
    -.75/1 Meow Mix dry cat food, 3.15 lb.+ RP 06/06 or printable (sign up) (makes it $2.94)
  • 9 Lives Canned Cat Food, 4 pk., $1.67
  • Arm & Hammer Liquid Gel Detergent, 110 oz. 62 loads, $7.99
    -$1 off Arm & Hammer Power Gel SS 4/11 printable (sign up) (makes it $6.99)
    -$1/2 Arm & Hammer laundry products any printable (sign up)

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    • DonnaTN

      Looks like a slow week for me again…Thanks Jenny!

      • Melissa

        Me too DonnaTN – saving my coupons and grocery $$ for Harris Teeter triples next week! Thanks Jenny for putting this together!

        • DonnaTN

          Aw, that's awesome! Wish we had a Harris Teeter around here :( Although that would mean running to more stores!! LOL.

    • Popect

      The kelloggs nutrigrain coupon link didn't show that coupon for me….anybody else have this problem???

      • CP

        No go for me either.

        • Jan

          Me either! Darn…my hubby loves those!

          • Kim

            Mine does too!! I do have a $1 off for two but it just isn't as good-wish we could locate that $1 off one…guess I am really greedy for the best price LOL

      • heather

        Not for me either! :(

      • DonnaChas

        We love Nutrigrain as a snack! I was so disappointed it didn't print.

    • LauraBo

      I have a printable coupon for the CheezIt $1.00 off which will make it .50.

      • bradleyr

        Yea! I have lots of those and was waiting for a time to use them thanks for noticing this LauraBo!

        • Beth

          The q is for 9.8oz or larger and the BOGO sale if for the 9oz. box, so this won't work…bummer, I know.

          • Anonymous

            I used my $1.00 of coupon with no problems. It didn’t even beep!

    • Maryccc1959

      I see Mrs. Kinser in my ad and I have a bunch of .55 off 1 coupon that double making them free. Coleslaw, potato salad and macaroni salad.

      • Enoughsaid

        Thanks. I found the .55 ip on coupons.com. Where did you find yours?

    • sealey5

      I'm not understanding how these items are being priced. For example,

      Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad, 6.2-8.3 oz., $1
      -.50/2 Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mix printable or printable or printable
      -.50/2 Betty Crocker Suddenly Salad Mixes SS 5/23, 6/06 (makes it 50¢)

      Wouldn't they be $1.50 for 2 and not $0.50? I'm confused here. Help!!!!

      • Barbw04

        The .50 coupon will double to take $1 off. So two Suddenly Salads is $2 – .50(doubled to $1 = $1 or .50 each.

        • sealey5

          ok, that's a great deal! I don't live near a Bi-lo but my folks do, i'm going to be visiting them this weekend, so I was checking out the deals! I live in Florida, and we don't get to double coupons :P Another question, can I use several q's? I'd love to stock up on the boxed foods while I am visiting. Thank you for your help!!!!

          • Barbw04

            I think I've read that you can use up to 10 of each coupon. Some say they can use more. I've never tried to use that many at one time.

            • sealey5

              I actually have19 q's for the Suddenly Salad, from different newspapers. I get 10 or 11 newspaper every Sunday. I may just call Bi-lo and find out what the q limit is.

            • Barbw04

              You can also make more than one trip. FYI, Our Bi-Lo doubles coupons .60 and under. Have a great visit with your family.

            • sealey5

              Which Bi-lo are you referring to? I am going to Lookout Mtn.Ga., so the Trenton Ga. Bi-Lo is the one i'll be visiting. Thanks for the tips!

            • Barbw04

              I usually shop in Rossville GA but as far as I know all the Bi-Lo's around this area have the same coupon policy. btw…my hubby manages a bookstore in Trenton. Stop in and tell him his wife sent you!

            • sealey5

              wow small world! Where's the bookstore located (around the courthouse, or going towards Sand Mtn.?) I lived on Lookout Mtn. for 17 years until I got married 12 years ago. So i'm pretty familiar with the area. Oh what's the name of the bookstore?

            • Barbw04

              It's beside the Hardee's close to the interstate. It's called Books New and Used.

          • DeniseW

            The Bi-Lo policy is to double up to 10 “like” coupons with an unlimited number of total coupons per order.

    • Enoughsaid

      State Fair corn dogs are 2/$5. there is a $1/1 coupon in the 6/6/10 RP. There is also a .55 ip here. http://www.statefairbrand.com/offers-current

    • Tracie

      can i use food lion coupon for 1.00/1 eggs for Bilo???

      • DeniseW

        You can in the Cleveland/Chattanooga, TN area. You are limited to 3 competitor's coupns per order. HTH

        • DonnaTN

          Hm…Hello Denise & fellow couponer – That's nice to know about them using the egg one! I knew they took the 3 per day though. And I will have to remember that!

        • Diane

          I was surprised to read that BiLo is honoring competitor's coupons. I haven't shopped there much since Publix opened and BiLo started manually surpressing dnd coupons. After seeing your comment I called my local Bilo and confirmed that they are honoring 3 competitor's coupons and they are not manually surpressing dnd anymore. I will take a closer look at the BiLo list.

      • Valerie

        I would call and ask… My Bi-Lo does accept competitor coupons such as that, but does not consider FL a competitor… just Ingles and Publix which are both within walking distance. The manager recently told me that a competitor is 'a traditional grocery store within 5 miles'. Hope that helps!

    • Abarrett1

      I don't understand some of the adding here. Can someone explain to me how to this works? At best I can see if I bought two Old El Paso Kits for a total of $4 and used two of the coupons suggested and they doubled those, my price would still not be $1.39; it would be $1.60. How does she get 1.39? Same thing for the Toaster Strudel. At best I'm coming up with $1.80.

      Old El Paso Dinner Kits, 8.4-14 oz., $1.99
      -.60/2 Old El Paso product printable (makes it $1.39)
      -.60/2 Old El Paso Products printable or printable
      Swiss Tea, 1 gal., $2
      -.55/1 Swiss Tea (1) Gallon, or (2) Half Gallons, SS 5/23 (makes it 90¢)
      Pillsbury Toaster Strudel, 10-11.5 oz., $1.99
      -.55/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries , SS 5/16 (makes it $1.44)

      • Paige

        The price for dinner kits is 1.99 and the 60 cent coupon will double. You purchase 2 of them for 4.00 and then take off the 1.20 (from the coupon) making it 2.80 or 1.39 (or 1.40) each. It is the same thing with the Strudels. 4.00 for two and then 1.10 off from your coupon that doubles making it 2.90 for both or 1.44 (1.45) each.

        Hope that helps!

        • Maryccc1959

          I printed .50 off 1 coupons for old elpaso yesterday on coupons.com zip 90210

      • Cindyrella2

        The price in parenthesis is the price on 1. On the Old El Paso, you pay $1.99 each and since they double your Q, it will be the same as .60/1 instead of .60/2, bringing the price of each down to $1.39. But you would actually have to purchase 2, since the Q is for 2 items, which would make your total price for 2 come to $2.78. Ditto on the Toaster Streudel. Hope that helps.

    • Tina

      Does anyone know the zip for the poptarts or the nutrigrain bars?

    • Lanavdxon

      Seems as though Bi-Lo has run the price up on some of the BOGOs. Like the eggs and the D Hines cake mixes. I hate it when they do this and think we just won't notice!

      • CarolinaGirl80

        I completely agree! I thought I was the only one who noticed that! UGH! I feel so cheated.

      • Andrea_segal

        I just came back from Hixson Pike store and the Southern Home Large eggs range up at half off of $1.18–so it only cost me .59 cents. No coupon, no begging, not sure why. Makes me feel better for buying the wrong english muffins (that were not on sale).

        • Smurphy

          In Summerville they rang up 1/2 of $1.26 or 63 cents

      • Denise

        Just left the Bi-Lo in Florence, SC. Duncan Hines cake mixes are $1.84 there, so BOGOF makes them 0.92. With the 55 cents coupon doubled they were 74 cents for two – only 37 cents for a box! Good deal.

    • Lanavdixon

      I just remembered that I have a coupon for a free Contessa meal so the whole meal deal will be free!

    • DonnaTN

      Aw, that's awesome! Wish we had a Harris Teeter around here :( Although that would mean running to more stores!! LOL.

    • LWClark

      Has anyone found a Bi-Lo in the Chattanooga area that will accept more than 1 coupon on the Meal Deal? For example, if I have a coupon for items other than the Contessa Meal, they won't accept it; they tell me those items are free and won't allow me to use it off the entire deal.

      Maybe this is correct, but I was thinking we could use mutliple coupons for he Meal Deals.

      Thanks for any feedback.

      • Bainm

        I shop at the East Brainard Rd Bilo. I have never had a problem with them accepting any coupon! The cashiers are great and seem happy to help me save money!!!

        • LWClark

          Thanks so much Bainm….I'll try that one! Have a blessed day! :-)

      • pureromancebychriste

        Yes Bi-Lo has changed there Computer system to not allow Overages. So if you getting an Item that rings up 0 it will not allow the coupon. The new system stinks because it wont even take the extra off even though you have more Groceries u are buying

        • Christen

          The computer beeped on my transaction today and the manager pushed it through.

          • pureromancebychriste

            Yeah the Manager did that to mine but would only allow the coupon to 0 out the product.

            • Kemccarthy

              If you have them scan your coupons first then your bonus card, you will be better off. It helps with some of the beeps. That is what the cashiers suggested to me and it does make sense

            • Maranda

              Do the Coupons still double if you scan your card last?

          • pureromancebychriste

            What about the Tuna, The coupon would go over on each

      • Herndonquad

        Will not do it at the Florence SC Bi-Lo, only accepts one coupon. Tried today. very rude cashier. Was reminded why I like my HT here in Florence.

      • mb10

        give them your coupons before your bilo card. trust me…i work at one :)

        • angeljoy

          Thanks for that tip! I always forget which goes first…the card or the coupons!

    • Paige

      Does anybody know a store that has Kleenex on sale? Summer colds have arrived at my house. :(

    • Dani

      You can go to the Dixie Crystal web page and they have the Dixie Crystal Sugar coupons. It’s a Smart Source.
      http://www.dixiecrystals.com/home-1294.html

      • LauraBo

        Thank you for posting that link!

      • angeljoy

        THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

    • Mom

      the honey nut cheerios coupons say “do not double”

    • kay

      my cheerio coupons say on the top do not double. Does the cashier have to mannually make that happen or do they ususally go thru unnoticed?

      • Kat15

        they never notice.. its automatic though with the doubling… the jello one says do not double either, but it still does… :)

    • melissa

      people keep telling me how they are getting packs of diapers for $4 or less. I've been searching the site and can only find them for $6.99. Am I missing something?

      • It depends on the week but you should keep an eye on the drug stores – Rite Aid, Walgreens and CVS – as they have the best deals.

    • SteveF

      Just checked the online ad for my Bi-Lo (Concord, NC). They now double coupons up to $0.99!

      • ckb5

        My store's online ad in Georgia still says they double up to $.60

    • Beth

      FYI- The BOGO Sunshine Cheeze-its are 9oz. The $1.00/q printable from a week or so ago if for 9.8oz or larger. Won't work…bummer

    • Swright953

      FYI, the Starkist coupons on Facebook are gone

      • Swright953

        I meant Chicken of the Sea

    • CP

      If you are “on” Facebook, become a fan of 100 Calorie Packs. There is a printable coupon offer for B1G1 free, which means you can get four for $3.29. YAY!

    • Kat15

      SOOOO glad the aquafina is on a great sale this week!! Its all that I drink at work! And for only $1.60 a 6pk, you cant beat it, and thats without a coupon! :)

    • If you have bought a Citipass book for the Charlotte Area this year, there is a coupon for Bi-Lo for a free 1/2 gallon of Southern Home Ice Cream. I used it today with the BOGO Southern Home Ice Cream and got 2 things of Ice Cream for FREE. My pregnant wife is super excited. We've just started couponing this week and have already saved $70 while spending $35.

    • pureromancebychriste

      If Bi-Lo get real stupid about coupons they will start to loose people. I don't go to Ingles because of there $10 per 3 coupons doubling. Thats just to much thinking for me

      • Danielle

        I agree! Even with the triple coupons last week, I wasn't happy with my shopping trip. It was too confusing trying to figure out which coupons to use per $10, etc. I'm not going to do that again – it wasn't worth the headache.

    • For all the Scott fans, you can save your receipt and UPC and mail them in to Scott to receive savings back. Check out the Scott website for all the details.

    • Arat1986

      Since my Bi-Lo rings up BOGO at 1/2 price – it seems like a waste of a $1 coupon for the Chicken of the Sea, right? It would only take off 50 cents on 1 can, if I'm thinking about this right…

      • The $1 off coupon should take $1 off the total order, not off the actual item. So, basically you would only have to pay the tax for the tuna. Hope that helps.

        • cduck

          BiLo said that the item was only .49 and that the coupon was on one item so they could not take it. It says on any one item so you know that you do not have to buy two, right? I bought a $1.00 worth of Chicken of the Sea just so the overage would be on the Chicken of the Sea products and they still would not take it at BiLo. Am I right about this?

          • CP

            My Bi Lo does NOT allow overage. If that had been my store (and I can't comment for all of them) they would've changed the coupon to $.49. Usually the coupon will be reduced automatically, otherwise it beeps and the cashier calls over the manager. And then the manager makes me feel like a criminal because I am using a coupon worth more than the item, etc, etc.

        • CP

          Not at my store. We don't get overage :(

    • Belittled Bilo Shopper

      My Florence Bi-lo wouldn't let me use my chicken of the sea coupon, said you can't use a coupon for more than an item is worth. I know that's not how it works since my husband was an assistant manager there for 8 years but so be it. They also wouldn't let me use any coupons on the meal deal. They took 30 minutes to stare at each of my coupons and study each one. Then questioned each of my purchases then complained that I ended up getting $140.76 worth of groceries for $46.27 after taxes. I've been doing this for a while and haven't had anything like that ever happen. Makes me want to find a new store to shop at. Sorry guys, had to vent.

      • Couponmom02

        Same thing has been happening to me as well at my local Bi-Lo. Use to have no problems using coupons. Even had one cashier say the store was going to hold a seminar sometime coming up… (never heard of that again) but now every time I go in, they seem like I am doing something wrong or bad for using coupons, and have been rejecting them like never before.

      • Use your Bi-lo Card last… after you scan all of your coupons in situations like this.

      • jessica1970

        Which Bi-Lo? I live in Florence, too. I was just wondering which store. I usually shop at the older store on Palmetto and have never had a problem. Or, even the Darlington store which is close to my home.

        • Belittled Bi-Lo Shopper

          It was the Pamplico Hwy store. I've never, ever had a problem there… all of a sudden… “we hate you coupon user” The lady actually said to me not to ever use the uscan again because it's stupid and never works and they don't have time to deal with coupons there. Well, she should have just let me scan my coupons then… they didn't let me scan a single one. Multiple other people went through while I stood there and some of them just scanned their coupons and went on through they were focusing so much on my stuff. It was embarassing.

          • Belittled Bi-Lo Shopper

            They didn't actually say they hated me… just to clarify. They just acted like I was the biggest pain they had ever had. I was polite and patient and didn't argue anything, but doggonit were they rude.

            • jessica1970

              Well, I'm so sorry that happened. I LOVE that store, but unless I'm already on that side of town… You should speak with a manager. I've never had a problem their either. Nice store, nice people — most of the time. Keep couponing!!!

      • cduck

        My Morganton BiLo would not let me use my Chicken of the Sea coupons either saying the same thing. I told them that I did not understand why because I was getting a $1.00's worth of Chicken of the Sea. I finally got tired of arguing and left them with a huge buggyful of groceries to put back and went to Food Lion which gladly took my coupons and my business.

      • Coupondez

        I just went to the Bi-Lo in Powdersville, SC and the very same thing just happened to me..including the whole call the manager over on the P. A. system ordeal. They would not let me use the coupons on the meal deal. This doesn't make sense to me so I figure…they can either turn the coupons in to get that money back or give me the items on the deal and get nothing…either way…back to Publix I go.

    • Rainepebble0709

      Don't miss the great deals in Greer, SC for the Grand Reopening of the DillCreek Store…Folgers $3.99, 24 pack Pepsi $3.99 and Angel Soft 4 roll pack for $0.77… see paper for other deals but these are the best.

    • SouthernSutton

      Went shopping at the Bi-Lo on Mall Road in Anderson tonight, and they let me us the Cheez-It Coupons on the B1G1. The cashier said she was well aware of the size difference, But the register took them. Have a Great Night!

    • hartz crunch 'n clean cat treats at the summerville bi-lo were b1g1 normally 2.39 each making them 1.19 each using the 2 corresponding hartz coupons for 1.50 off 1, I made .51 on 2!!!!! My cats actually ate them. I also bought a bag of good life cat food normally 5.29 on sale for 4.29 using my 2.00 coupon tried it out for 2.29 to my surprise they actually ate that too (which they usually leave me cat “patties” outside my back door if I try to swap for something less then Iams)!!

      • Sue

        My cat likes both of these products, too. Surprised me!

    • Jnee11502

      I find the Scott Bath Tissure coupon. Not sure if I need to use another zip code. Help would be appreciated. And any help on how to by pass my email being registered with another Kimberly-Clark product so I can print cpns on Scott.com would be great. I keep gettiing the same message about an email to update and then it sends me in the same circle of messages. Getting frustated :(

    • Like2wouldu

      bi-lo in winnsboro would not let me use my welch coupon from becoming a fan on facebook saying they are not taking printed coupons no more

    • Lanavdixon

      The Land O Frost Ham steak that is BOGO (2.99) had $.55 peelies that doubled and so each package was $.40!!!

    • RBritt
      • Hallie1200

        Thank You!!!

    • Greesw

      I have tons of the box top that you cut off. I use to send them to my grandsons school. Is there something else I can do with them.

      • CP

        You can send them to me! My daughter's school takes them.

      • kaseyshawdow

        Any school in your area would love the donation. I teach and that is how we get many of the supplies that have been cut from the budget such as balls for recess and construction paper, etc…

    • Anonymous

      Follow this link for 1.00 off 1 Tidy Cat’s Litter! (must register)
      http://www.tidycats.com/Coupon/LitterSave1/

      (Copy and paste into browser)

    • angeljoy

      BOGO if you friend Nabisco 100 calorie packs on FB!!

      • Sue

        I can not find this on Facebook. The only page I found has not had an entry since 2009. How is it listed?

      • Sue

        Never mind. I found it.

      • Sue

        My Bi-Lo would not take these coupons. They said that they were already B1G1. Also hinted that the coupons were fraudulent. I returned the 4 boxes, which took about 20 minutes. This is the first time that I have ever been upset with my Bi-Lo. I had just left Publix, where I did not have the first problem using a coupon for a free pack of cookies wyb milk and cookies. The cookies I bought and the ones that I got free were both B1G1. They simply gave me the reduced price of one bag. This will probably work in their favor as they could submit it to the mfg for full retail.

        • Robinpedigo

          On the bottom of you Bi Lo receipt should be an online survey you can take. The store managers do get feed back on your survey. It has to be completed within 5 days. At the end you get to print a Southern Home coupon.

    • Shoegal78

      Wow! What a great week at Bi-Lo with no coupons whatsoever. I didn't need anything but fruit, veggies and meat, but even without coupons I only spent around $60 and saved $32. Not bad for lots of meat and healthy fruits and veggies!

    • itsame

      Right now if you buy 4 Kraft dressings, you can use the $.55 coupons (which double) and they print out a receipt for $3.00 off your next purchase. But you have to buy 4 to get it. It makes it free + overage!

    • Sue

      Does anyone know how to get the Juicy Juice coupon? I am already signed up on the site. I am planning to go shopping tomorrow.

    • Ginajo

      gina, Bilo has buy one get one free Dixie Crystals sugar. The dixie crystals web site has 50cent off coupons. Double those for 2.00 off. Two bags of sugar for .99 cents.

    • Burns_jenifer

      So I took my chicken of the sea coupons in and the store gave me a hard time they would only give me 49 cents for the coupon how ever when I got to my car and looked at my receipt the computer had doubled those 49 cents so I still got 98 cents off my tuna…

    • leslie

      Went in & found Pantene shampoo on close-out for $2.14…….used 3 $2.00 coupons & got shampoo for $0.14 a bottle!! A nice little surprise to find :)

    • leslie

      Went in & found Pantene shampoo on close-out for $2.14…….used 3 $2.00 coupons & got shampoo for $0.14 a bottle!! A nice little surprise to find :)