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Bi-Lo Weekly Ad 6/30-7/06

on 6.29.2010 at 8:30pm
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These deals start Wednesday 6/30 at Bi-Lo. It’s a good week with a lot of B1G1 deals plus double fuelperks most of the week!shoppinglist1

July 1 marks the time that you need to annually renew the charities that benefit from your shopping. Bi-lo runs a BoosterPlus program and three different charities or organizations can benefit from your shopping at Bi-Lo without you spending anymore! Get more information and a charity idea.

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.

Double Fuel Perks Rewards from June 30th through July 4th

Meal Deal

  • Buy (2) DiGiorno Pizzas, 12.6-34.2 oz., for $13.58 and get
    Free Pepperidge Farm Garlic Bread, 10 oz.
    Free Pepperidge Farm Cake, 19-19.6 oz.
    -$1 off Pepperidge Farm Petite Cake printable
    Free Totino’s Pizza Rolls, 15 ct.
    -.40/2 Totino’s Rolls Snacks, SS 4/18, SS 05/30
    -.60/3 Totino’s products printable or printable
    Free Pepsi, 6 pk. 12 oz.

Fuel Perks Products

  • 20¢ per gallon in Fuel Perks wyb 4 of select items
  • A.1. Steak Sauce, 10 oz., $2.99
  • Kraft Barbecue Sauce, 18 oz., $1.25
    -$1/2 Kraft BBQ Sauce, 18 oz, Kroger Home Mailer (makes it 75¢)
  • Kraft Mayonnaise, 30 oz., $3.99
    -.75/1 Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip Dressing, 12 oz +, Kroger Home Mailer (makes it $3.24)
  • Kraft Salad Dressing, 14-16 oz., $1.67
    -$1 off Kraft Dressing, 14 or 16 oz, SS 6/20
    -.55/1 Kraft Dressings, 16 oz + printable (makes it 57¢)

Buy One Get One Deals

  • Oscar Mayer Wieners or Beef Franks, 14-16 oz., at $4.29 ($2.14)
    -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs, SS 5/16, SS 6/20 (makes it $1.64)
    -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs printable or printable or printable
  • Southern Home Cooked or Raw Shrimp, 12-16 oz., (price not listed)
  • Carolina Pride Ham or Turkey, 10 oz, at $3.69 ($1.84)
  • Land O Frost Canadian Bacon, 7 oz, or Ham Steak, 8 oz, at $2.99 ($1.49)
  • John Soules Chicken Strips, 16 oz, at $7.99 ($3.99)
  • Plumrose Baby Back Pork Ribs, 16 oz, or Spare Ribs, 24 oz, at $10.99 ($5.49)
  • Lloyd’s Chicken or Pork Barbeque, 18 oz, at $6.99 ($3.49)
    -$1 off Lloyd’s Ribs or Tubs, SS 5/16 (makes it $2.49)
    -.75/1 Lloyd’s Ribs or Tub, SS 6/27
  • Steak-umm Burgers, 32 oz., at $8.49 ($4.24)
  • SH Chicken Tenders, Nuggets or Popcorn Style Chicken, 24 oz., at $7.99 ($3.99)
  • Shady Brook Farms Turkey Franks, 14 oz., at $1.99 (99¢)
  • Southern Home Corn Dogs, 13.3-16 oz., at $4.79 ($2.39)
  • Sea Pak Salmon Burgers, 12.8 oz., at $8.99 ($4.49)
  • SH Tilapia Fillets or Ocean Eclipse Salmon or Mahi Mahi Fillets, at $8.99 ($4.49)
  • Lay’s Chips, 10.5-11 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
  • Kellogg’s Cinnabon Bars, 6 ct., at $2.79 ($1.39)
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Cinnabon bars 6 ct or larger RP 06/27 (makes it 89¢)
  • Ocean Spray Instant Oatmeal, 8 ct., at $3.34 ($1.67)
  • Lawry’s Seasoned Salt, 8 oz., at $2.66 ($1.33)
    -.50/1 Lawry’s Spice Blend, RP 6/27 (makes it 33¢)
  • Texas Pete Hot Sauce, 12 oz., at $1.69 (84¢)
    -.40/1 Texas Pete Any Product, 12 oz +, SS 5/9 (makes it 4¢)
  • Wrap-Itz Tortilla Wraps, 14 oz., at $1.99 (99¢)
  • Merita Hamburger or Hot Dog Buns, 8 pk. at $2.49 ($1.24)
  • Mt. Olive Sweet Relish or Pickles, 10-16 oz., at $3.09 ($1.54)
  • Southern Home Snack Crackers, 14.5-16 oz., at $2.59 ($1.29)
  • Emerald Trail Mix, 5.5-6 oz., at $2.39 ($1.19)
    -$1 off Emerald Nuts Product, 5 oz +, RP 6/27
  • PopSecret Popcorn, 3 pk., at $2.50 ($1.25)
    -.50/2 Pop Secret Products, RP 6/27 (makes it 75¢)
  • Allens Boiled Peanuts, 13.5 oz., at $1.29 (64¢)
  • Keebler Chips Deluxe Cookies, 12.5-18 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    -$1/2 Keebler Cookies, 7.5 oz +, Kroger Home Mailer (makes it $1.49)
    -$1 off Keebler cookies printable (print limit reached)
  • Kool-Aid, Tang or Country Time Canisters, 8-12 qt., at $4.19 ($2.09)
  • McCormick Grill Mates Seasoning, or Rub, at $3.84 ($1.92)
  • Cattleman’s Barbecue Sauce, 18 oz., at $2.15 ($1.07)
  • French’s Yellow Mustard, 20 oz., at $2.55 ($1.27)
    -.30/1 French’s Classic Yellow Mustard, SS 5/9, SS 06/20
    -.50/1 French’s Mustard printable
    (makes it 27¢)
  • Betty Crocker Cake Mix or Pillsbury Brownies, 18-19.5 oz., at $2.27 ($1.13)
    -$1/2 Pillsbury Brownie or Cookie Mixes, or Easy Frosting, RP 6/27 (makes it 63¢)
    -.50/2 Betty Crocker cake mix AND frosting printable
  • Klondike Ice Cream Bars, 16-27 oz., at $4.59 ($2.29)
  • Fresh Baked Cherry, Apple, Blueberry or Peach Pie, 8 in., at $6.99 ($3.49)
  • DeeAmore Twice Baked Potato, 10 oz, at $3.24 ($1.62)
  • Lindy’s Italian Ice, 6 pk, at $3.56 ($1.78)
  • Birds Eye Corn on the Cob, 12 ct., at $1.50 (75¢)
  • Hefty Easy Grip Cups, 20 ct., or Hefty Foam Plates or Bowls, 16-55 ct., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -$1/2 Hefty Plates, Cups or Bowls, RP 5/16 (makes it 99¢)
  • Match Light Instant Light Charcoal, 6.8-7.2 lb., at $6.99 ($3.49)
    -$1 off Kingsford Charcoal printable (makes it $2.49)
  • Purex Laundry Detergent, 50 oz., at $4.99 ($2.49)
    -.35/1 Purex Natural Elements Detergent or Fabric Softener
    printable (makes it $1.79)
  • Fuji QuickSnap Camera 400 Speed, at $6.99 ($3.49)
  • Dixie Plates & Bowls, 14-48 ct., at $3.29 ($1.64)
    -.50/1 Dixie or Dixie Ultra Paper Plates, RP 5/23 (makes it 64¢)
    -$1 off Dixie Ultra plates AND napkins printable (sign in)
  • Hefty One Zip Storage or Freezer Bags, or Sandwich Bags, 13-35 ct., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -$1/2 Hefty One Zip Fresh Extended Bags RP 06/27 or printable or printable
    -.55/2 Hefty OneZip Bags, RP 5/23 (makes it 94¢)

Other Deals

Produce

  • Asparagus, $1.99 lb
  • Fresh Golden Ripe Pineapples, $2.99 ea
    -.50/1  Pineapple printable (makes it $1.99)
  • Peaches, 88¢ lb

Meat

  • Fresh Ground Chuck, 5 lbs+, $1.99 lb
  • Fresh Chicken Leg Quarters, 59¢ lb
  • Boneless Beef Sirloin Tip Roast, $2.79 lb
  • Boston Butt Country Style Pork Ribs, $1.99 lb
  • Southern Home Fresh Split Chicken Breasts, 89¢ lb
  • Boneless Beef Ribeye Steaks, 8 oz, $2.99
  • Boneless Beef New York Strip Steak, 8 oz, $2.99
  • Boneless Beef Ribeye Steak, 8 oz, $3.99
  • Boneless Beef New York Strip Steak, 8 oz, $3.99
  • Boston Butt Pork Steaks, $1.99 lb
  • Smithfield Bacon, 16 oz, $2.99 ea
  • Hormel Pepperoni, 5-8 oz, $2.50 ea
  • Pork Spare Ribs, $1.99 lb
  • Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage, 14-16 oz, $2.50 ea
    -$1/2 Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage, RP 5/16 (exp 06/30)
    -$1/2 Hillshire Farm Smoked Sausage, RP 6/06 (makes it $2)
  • Johnsonville Fresh Bratwurst or Italian Sausage, 19.76 oz, $3.69 ea
    -$1/2 Johnsonville Brats or Italian Sausage, 19.76 oz, SS 5/02
    -.55/1 Johnsonville Brats or Italian Sausage, 19.76 oz, SS 5/02 (makes it $2.59)
    -.55/1 Johnsonville sausage any flavor or variety July Woman’s Day Magazine

Cold

  • Breyers or Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, 16-48 oz, $2.25 ea
    -.75/2 Breyers Ice Cream, 48 oz, SS 6/27 (makes it $1.87)
    -$1/2 Ben & Jerry’s Pints Ice Cream, Frozen Yogurt, or Sorbet, RP 6/06 (exp 07/04)
  • Kraft Natural Shredded or Chunk Cheese, 7-9.6 oz, $1.67 ea
    -$1/2 Kraft Natural Cheese, 5 oz +, Kroger Home Mailer (makes it $1.17)
  • Kraft American Singles, 12 oz, $1.67 ea

Grocery

  • Kellogg’s Cereals, $3
    Cocoa Krispies, Froot Loops, Rice Krispies, Raisin Bran, and Frosted Flakes
    -$3 off wyb any 3 participating Kellogg’s Products
    -$1.25/3 Kellogg’s Cereals, 10 oz +, RP 6/27 or printable or printable
    -$1.50/2 Kellogg’s Cereal printable or printable
    -$1.50/3 Kellogg’s Cereals,
    printable
    -$1.50/3 Kellogg’s Cereals, 10 oz.+, RP 5/23 (exp 7/04)
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Mini-Wheats and/or Raisin Bran, 14oz+, RP 6/06 or
    printable
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Cereal, printable or printable (makes it $2.50)
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Cereals, 10 oz +, printable
  • Pepsi, 12 pk. or 6 pk. 24 oz., $2.70
  • Fiber One Chewy Bars, 5-6 ct., at $2.50
    -.50/1 Fiber One Chewy Bars or 90 Calorie Chewy Bars printable (makes it 15¢)
    -.50/2 Fiber One Chewy Bars or 90 Cal. Chewy Bars, SS 5/30
    -.40/1 Fiber One Chewy Bars or 90 Calorie Chewy Bars printable or printable or printable
  • Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal, $1.98
    -$1/2 Post Cereals printable (makes it $1.48)
  • Libby’s Pineapple, 20 oz., 99¢
  • Spam, 12 oz, $2
    -.35/1 Spam product 12 oz, (register) printable (makes it $1.30)
  • Nabisco Nilla Wafers, 12 oz.
    Free Jello Pudding, 6 serve size, wyb (1) Nabisco Nilla Wafers
    -$1/2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers, $55 Nabisco Savings Booklet
  • Duke’s Mayonnaise, 32 oz, $1.98 ea
    -.25/1 Duke’s product, SS 5/16 (exp 06/30) (makes it $1.48)

Household

  • Charmin Bath Tissue, 6-12 rolls, $6.99
    -$1 off Charmin Any Product, P&G $100 Coupon Booklet (makes it $5.99)
    -.25/1 Charmin Product, PG 6/06
  • Bounty Paper Towels, 6 big rolls or 8 reg. rolls, $6.99
    -$1 off Bounty Bounty Towels or Napkins, P&G $100 Coupon Booklet (makes it $5.99)
    -.25/1 Bounty Towels or Napkins, PG 6/06

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

  • Dasani, 24 pk. .5 L, $3.99
  • Gatorade or G2, 32 oz., 88¢
    Free Gatorade Recover 32 oz wyb Gatorade Prime, RP 6/13 (if included)
  • Kraft Sandwich Shoppe Mayo, 12 oz., $1.99
    -$1 off Kraft Sandwich Shoppe Mayo, 12 oz, SS 6/13 (makes it 99¢)
    -$1.50/2 Miracle Whip or Kraft Mayo 12oz or 22oz, SS 6/20
  • McCormick Grill Mates Blends, 2.5-3.5 oz., $1.49
  • Nabisco Snack Crackers or Ritz Crackers, 5.5-16 oz., at $2.50
    -$1/2 Nabisco Cookies or Crackers, $55 Nabisco Savings Booklet from last summer
    -$1/2 Nabisco Crackers, SS 5/16 (makes it $2)
  • Mentos Rolls, 1.3 oz., 50¢
    B1G1 Mentos printable (Facebook) (print limit reached) (makes it 25¢)
  • Old El Paso Dinner Kits, 8.4-14 oz., $1.99
    -.60/2 Old El Paso Products printable (print limit reached) (makes it $1.39)
  • Swiss Tea, 1 gal., $2
    -.55/1 Swiss Tea Gallon (or (2) Half Gal), SS 6/27 (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)
    -.35/1 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries, SS 5/16
  • 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 (exp 06/30)
  • 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+, June All You Magazine
    -.30/3 Van Camp’s, SS 5/16 (exp 06/30) (makes it 35¢ ea)
  • Dole Pineapple, Tropical Fruit Salad or Mandarin Oranges, 15-20 oz., $1.25
    -.50/1 Dole Mandarin Oranges, SS 6/20
    (makes it 25¢)
    -$1/3 Dole canned pineapple, SS 06/27
    -.50/2 Dole canned pineapple, SS 06/27
  • Kraft Salad Dressing, 16 oz., $1.67
    -.55/1 Kraft Salad Dressing printable (makes it 47¢)
    -$1 off Kraft Dressing, 14 or 16 oz, SS 6/20
  • Heluva Good Dips, 12 oz., $1.50
    -.50/1 Heluva Good sour cream dips SS 05/16 (exp 06/30) or printable (makes it 50¢)
    -$1/2 Heluva Good sour cream dips SS 05/16
    -.50/1 Heluva Good Sour Cream Dip or Cheese, SS 6/20
  • 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 (exp 06/30) or May All You Mag
    -.50/2 Dole Fruit Bowls or Parfaits SS 04/25 (exp 06/30)
    -$1/2 Dole Fruit Bowls or Parfaits SS 04/25 (exp 06/30) (makes it $1.38)

Price Lock Other Items

  • Luvs Jumbo Pack Diapers, 23-50 ct., $6.99
    -$2 off Luvs Diapers, RP 6/27

    -$2.50 off Luvs products
    home mailer (makes it 4.49)
  • 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
    -$2 off Pampers Cruisers, RP 6/20
    -$2 off Pampers Swaddlers or Swaddlers Sensitive 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 (print limit reached)
    -$1 off One A Day Product, SS 3/21 (exp 06/30)
    -$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
    -$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 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 (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
  • Zyrtec, 30 ct., $18.99
    -$4 off Zyrtec 24 ct.+ adult product RP 05/02 (exp 07/02), 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)
    -$1 off Purina Tidy Cats Cat Litter (register) printable
  • 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)
    -$1 off Meow Mix Dry Food, 3.15lb+ bags, RP 6/06
  • 9 Lives Canned Cat Food, 4 pk., $1.67
    -.75/1 9Lives Dry Cat Food, 3.15 lb +, RP 6/27
  • Arm & Hammer Liquid Gel Detergent, 110 oz. 62 loads, $7.99
    -$1 off Arm & Hammer Power Gel printable (sign up) (makes it $6.99)
    -$1/2 Arm & Hammer laundry products any printable (sign up)

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    • Mom2teenagers

      What kind of DiGiorno pizzas are included in the meal deal? If deep dish is included, there is a $1.50 q on the Kraft First Taste website.

      • MichelleM.

        I went to my bi-lo today and i told the cashier i didnt know if it would work. She scanned it and no beep and it went thru. She said “if it works we'll take it”. Yay!! Thanks for the tip.

    • Lanavdixon

      This ad looks weirdly like last weeks.

      • Cheri

        I was thinking the same thing! I checked the date at the top to be sure I didn't click on the wrong thing!

        • Melissa

          Glad some of the great deals from last week are still on here – I go busy and never made it shopping last week! Yay for cheap meats and condiments! LOL

      • Emily

        Occasionally on holidays it almost seems like a 2 week ad. Good for me b/c I did not want to run out and buy anything!.

    • Mom2teenagers

      There's a $1/2 Dixie plates printable on coupons (dot) com. That one pairs nicely with the peelies found on pkgs for free napkins when you buy 2 pkgs of plates. By the way, I also just noticed new Clorox 2 printables on the same site. There is $1.50/1 any size C2 packs, $2/1 any size C2 liquid, and one for free Clorox bleach wyb C2.

    • Teresa-QOCD

      got to remember that the 'price lock' is good for several weeks.

    • FYI: The Ribeye and New York Strip steaks in the 8oz for $3.99 are for the certified Black Angus according to my local ad. HTH

    • Noticed on my Bi-Lo ad that if you buy $15 of select pet products you get .20 fuel perks good through July 13 with a limit of one per order.

      • I'm wondering if I can do that with the A1 and Kraft buy 4 get .20 or should I do it seperate?

        • I went today and got the two seperate .20 fuel perks all in one transaction :) .85 in fuel perks for me!

    • There is a DND5 .50 blinkie coupon for Mt. Olive pickles, peppers, and relish. Make sure you check the date if you find some; I've found expired and current ones recently in the same blinkie.

    • Lakerrick1963

      Okay..on the meal deal the girl won't let me use the coupons for the free things. She said I was already getting them free and couldn't use–so how does that work?

      • Mommyssavingmoney

        The manager at my store told me last week that they had received an email from corporate telling them they were not going to be allowed to take coupons for the free items on the meal deals any longer. I told him that didn't make sense to me since Bi-Lo was reimbursed. He said he didn't understand it either, but that it had come from the corporate office.

        • It's always nice to see a manager that understands even if he can't change the rules.

      • pureromancebychriste

        Use your Coupons before u run your Bonus card

      • Boo2010

        I was able to use my coupons on the free Meal Deal items at the Mt. Pleasant, SC Bi-Lo with no problem today. I used U-Scan and scanned the coupons myself so maybe if you bypass the clerk you'll be ok.

    • JENJAXON

      ANOTHER PRICE LOCK–DIAL HAND SOAP FOR $1 EACH. USE .35 CENT COUPON, DOUBLES TO BE ONLY .30 CENTS EACH.

    • Debbie

      Went to my bilo this morning, and the Fiber One Chewy bars are 2/5.00, not 1.15, is this regional?
      Thanks for all you do.

      • rosewood4

        In the Bilo ad in the Greenville area it says that the Fiber One bars are 2/$5 so no good deal for us

      • qponmomma

        I had it figured up to be a 59% savings but then I noticed the coupon said “do no double or triple” but it also has a 5 in front of the bar scan? So I'm not sure — what do you all think? Will it double or not?

        • Boo2010

          Use the U-Scan so you can scan the coupons yourself if your store has that. A clerk has to manually override the doubling if that is their store policy (each store is different – my Harris Teeter won't override the doubling but my Publix will) but the computer will always automatically double it.

    • Andrea

      I was in line at Cust.Sv Desk at BiLo last nite. Person in front of me was returning 6 bottles of ketchup. When I got to the desk I asked, who returns food?!?!? She said people use coupons and buy multiple items and then return it later, to get the money from the coupons. They have to refund the full purchase price because they've already accepted the coupon. I think anyone who does this is despicable. She said it happens alot. Not to “judge a book” but this was not someone who appeared destitute at all.

      • Allie101ola

        People like that give a bad name to the rest of us coupon shoppers. No wonder some cashiers act like they do when you pull out your coupons.

        • Andrea

          I was appalled and heartbroken at same time.

          • pureromancebychriste

            I saw this 60+ year old lady today with at least 15 Frenchs Mustard, Their was 4 left. I asked her how many people was in her family that she needed so many. She looked at me in disgust. So I said I have 6 in mine and I have 2 bottle you on the other hand will most likely be selling these at the Flea Market when there are other Families out here that might want to actually use this product. (I know her from always seeing her @ FM) lol… She mumbled Something and walked away. I have no problem with people trying to make a buck but leave some on the store self for the others in this world…. She didn't need 15. And she always sells it for more then the store sells it for…

            • Leistend

              If I can get 15 for free I do! I donate them to the food pantry!

            • That's great and as long as you leave some for others.

            • If it's towards the end of a sale week..(say she did this next monday or tuesday) that's one thing..but to do it at the beginning is rude to me. I always get my few and will either stop at another bilo (one that may not be my favourite to do big transactions at) or wait til another day and grab more if there are still some left.
              She could also request that they get her however many she needs..I remember reading once about a women that ate alot of those frozen veggies with her family and would ask the manager to order her about 150 and it was no problem. Maybe suggest that to her next time?

            • pureromancebychriste

              Good Idea, Yeah it was on Wed. 1st day of sale! And I see her at FM selling it the next week. And to the person that donates them, that's great if there is alot to get but not taking every bit of them just to donate we would like some as well…

            • anon

              Wow, if you would have said that to me, I would have looked at you in disgust too!!

              What gives anyone the right to think they can tell someone how many of an item they can purchase? Jeez people, what is this world coming too. Seriously, it's mustard. If you need more than 2, take more than 2. If you want more than 2, take more than 2. If there's none left, get a rain check. No one should be approaching anyone in a store and trying to tell them how many of a product they can buy. That's just ridiculous. Please, find something better to do.

            • LuvthisStuff

              well someone has there panties in a bunch tonight. The point is there was Several items in her cart 15 plus. Not just mustard. Yes it is Just mustard, but she goes and sells it at the local Flea Market when there are other people in the city that need/want some of these items at a great price to. Rain check? who wants to go back all the time to check and see if it's there. Not me… So go take a chill pill and get over it. It's called respect for others. So I bet it's ok with you when people grab EVERY coupon book on the shelf too…..

      • Esseay

        Remember that the store is reimbursed for the amount of the coupon, so technically they are not losing anything. I will agree that it doesn't feel “right” in a moral sense, I would not do something like that, but I don't think the store will suffer. It might contribute to a less coupon friendly environment, however.

      • Dee

        The companies are less likely to offer coupons too if they continue to hear about this sort of thing. There are just some people that will go to any measure to make money, and even when it is just pennies!

      • anon

        Before we all judge….there are many reasons a person would return items they used a coupon on other than to make the money from a coupon. I mean, how much is a ketchup coupon? 20 cents? I doubt someone would bother to return 6 bottles of ketchup just to “make” $1.20 or something like that. The time it would take to buy them and return them wouldn't even be worth that to bother. Especially since you say the person did not appear destitute, why assume they returned them to try to make a couple bucks? How do we even know that person used coupons? They might have returned them because they ended up costing them more than they thought they would, they might have grabbed the wrong size by mistake that wasn't on sale (happened to me before), they might have not realized that they are close to or past their expiration date and realized they wouldn't use them, they might have gotten a brand that was on sale only to learn that someone in their house didn't end up liking that brand, they might have bought them for a big cookout and not used all those, and returned them since they knew their own family wouldn't use that many before they expire, etc.

        Once I returned 4 boxes of cereal to Bi-lo. I had used coupons on them, and I had no idea that I would get back the money for the coupons. I was very surprised. They were a good deal, so I bought the kind I thought my husband said he liked (not a kind we normally buy), and when I got home he said he didn't like that kind and wouldn't eat it. I wouldn't eat them either, so I returned them. I didn't want to waste money from our tight budget on food we weren't going to use. So I returned all 4 boxes. I would hate for someone to have judged me as “despicable” for this, when I didn't even have any idea they were going to reimburse me for the coupons. I think we all need to judge others less, and realize there might be other reasons for their behaviors than what we might initially assume. Let's all be nicer to one another. :)

    • Has anyone checked if the Catalina for the Kraft Salad Dressings prints off?

      • NM…they're not on the Catalina list anymore.

        • Sindy

          Didnt work last nite but did print for me on Wednesday….

    • Stacy

      The Bi-Lo in Lexington has the Fiber One bars on sale 2 for $5.00….not sure where the $1.15 came from, but even getting them for $1.50 was a good deal. They are usually $3.39 per box. I had a great run today at my fave Bi-Lo.

      • Laura

        The Bi-Lo in Inman, SC has the Fiber One bars on sale 2 for $5.00 also – not $1.15.

    • adsensebay

      Ehm… fun to read :)

    • Karen

      Anyone else have a problem getting the catalina deals? I bought three cool whips and three boxes of theatre candy (the ones listed) and my catalina's didn't print!

    • Denise

      The Bi-Lo in Charleston, SC is also giving an additional $0.20 per gallon when you buy $15 in participating pet care items.

    • as

      Does anyone know where the .35 q for the Dial liquid soap is?

    • sealey5

      I have a question about the following:

      Fiber One Chewy Bars, 5-6 ct., at $2.50
      -.50/1 Fiber One Chewy Bars or 90 Calorie Chewy Bars printable (makes it 15¢)
      -.50/2 Fiber One Chewy Bars or 90 Cal. Chewy Bars, SS 5/30
      -.40/1 Fiber One Chewy Bars or 90 Calorie Chewy Bars printable or printable or printable

      Just wondering how they are $0.15 ???

      • Sue

        I think rhar was a typo or a mis-calculation.

      • MagM

        I was just about to ask that too!

      • Well, it should be $1.50… so it looks like a zero was forgotten at the end which threw the end result price off. Good catch!

    • Terri

      I bought 4 Kraft dressings for the $.20 fuel perks and also got a $3 catalina for any future purchase. Bonus!

    • Opencancook

      Could be just me, but I couldn't get the Pepperidge farm cake coupon to print. I registered with my email, but then it said “no print available”–may be at print limit.

      • pureromancebychriste

        Mine printed Yesterday.. Not sure what happened….

    • Jenni

      Facebook has $1 off Digiorno Deep Dish coupons- don’t know if they apply to the meal deal, woth a try though. It also seems that you can print as many as you like. You can get the free pizza coupon mailed to you and immediately print out the $1 off coupon. http://www.facebook.com/#!/digiorno?v=app_6009294086&ref=ts

    • pureromancebychriste

      You all Probably all know this but if you do the Online survey at the bottom of the receipt you will get a coupon for a FREE item at Bi-lo, I just got Free 4ct. Southern Home Snack Pudding…

      • CarolinaGirl80

        I have done that survey numerous times and I have never gotten anything for free. Maybe one day I will get lucky!

        • melissa

          i do it all the time and it give u something free everytime u do it, u just have to look up to the left side of screen to hit the print coupon box.

          • CarolinaGirl80

            Thank you so much! I was doing the phone survey. I didnt even see the online site to do it on my reciept. I just read right over it. Silly me! Thanks for telling me that!

    • Beth

      Note that the steak sale is for 8 oz steaks at $2.99 each, NOT $2.99/lb. I wish!!!!

    • Kristen

      I noticed the cereals on sale. At the Dollar Tree, I found four single serving Apple Jacks cereal boxes wrapped together for $1.00. On the back of each of the boxes was a $1.00 coupon on cereal. I think that could be a great deal when paired with a sale. I cannot remember if the $1q was for Apple Jacks only but I thought I would mention it.

      • Mrscheapstuff

        the dollar tree does not take coupons

        • Sunkissedmom

          Was informed by the cashier at the Dollar Tree in Goose Creek SC they do… now whether or not that's true, I don't know-it makes sense that they don't, but then again why wouldn't they?

          • dharvn

            for clarity:

            the purpose is to get the coupon from the dollar tree and use the coupon at bi-lo. dollar tree's policy states that they do not accept coupons.

        • SabySmooth1

          The dollar tree by our old house didn't, and I haven't checked again since, but the coupons on the back are almost worth the dollar. I found boxes like that on clearance at Food Lion a few months ago for 20 cents a box, and bought 5. The next great deal, I got cereal for less than a dollar a box.

    • KL

      Kraft bbq sauce is on sale plus that is an item that is buys theirs, get ours free. Log in to your my bilo account for a printable coupon. So you'll end up with good deal on kraft and a free southern home sauce also.

      • mrscheapstuff

        whats the website address 2 sign up for bilo?

        • Sue

          bi-lo(dot)com. Then sign up for “my bilo”.

    • Lanavdixon

      The last 2 Heluva Good dip purchases that I made generated a CAT for a free 8 oz Heluva Good cheese WYB one HG dip. So with the doubled 50 cent coupon you get a dip and a cheese for 50 cents.

      • Sue

        That would be great. I have gotten 75¢ off Dean's dip with my last 2 HG dip purchases. The first one was a couple weeks ago when Publix had a store q for $1 off Dean's, which made it free using both q's. But I would like to try the HG cheese.

    • MH

      Has anyone else had this problem? I try to print out the Purex Laundry Detergent coupon but it tells me I have already printed out the number of coupons I can for it. Problem is I haven't printed ONE yet!!

    • Barb

      The Seneca Bi-Lo next to Lowes has not been printing catalina deals, specifically the Idahoan and Oscar Mayer deals. The manager said there was nothing he could do to resolve the problem. I hate to change stores but I buy items based on the deals. Can I depend on catalinas anywhere? Please, help me if you can.

    • Jodynmichele1

      Bilo would not let me use any coupons on the meal deal. Has anyone else had a problem?

      • Marleenhalt

        yes I had the same problem with cole's bread and hagen daas ice cream.. they said it was free – so I could not use the coupons???? I tried two different bilo's in Anderson SC??/

        • sngglbgs4

          I was told to tell them you dont want to scan your card until after coupons. Then the coupon comes off of the regular price and after you scan your card, the price of the item comes off to make it free. Don't know if they will all let you do it, but it's worth a try!

      • Yep- tonight the cashier wouldn't let me use the coupons on the Meal Deal. But- I have in weeks past at the same store with a different cashier. But now I know which cashier NOT to go to.

    • Ccrow22

      My Bi-Lo has the 4C Total Lite Stix BOGO (not sure if this is at all stores… I didn't see it listed above.) I'm wondering though about a coupon I have from the 5/23 paper. It says buy a 4C drink Mix & Get any 4C totally lite stix for free. Does that mean I can get 2 boxes of the stix for free since they are already BOGO? I also have a $1 off 4C drink mix coupon. Can that coupon be used at the same time since it's for the drink mix and not the stix?

    • Diane

      Does anyone know the zipcode for the fresh pineapple?

    • Gablondy

      Augusta Bi-Lo only doubles coupons 50 cents and below. Bummer!

    • Kimberly

      I'm new to the whole couponing thing but I have a question about the Bi-Lo Meal Deal…….I noticed that there are coupon links for the “free” items that come with the meal deal. Can you use these coupons when the items are free?

      • Suemh

        The only way to do that is to scan your coupons before your BonusCard. It can be done, but a lot of cashiers will not do it that way.

    • Suemh

      I stopped in Bi-Lo today to pick up a few things. I had a pleasant surprise when I found the Mento gum for 99¢. I had 55¢ off coupons, making it free. They were DND coupons so they only doubled up to purchase price.

    • wendy

      When do the new grocery lists publish? I am trying to prepare in advance. Thanks!

      • They will be up later tonight and the sales will start tomorrow.

    • anon

      Before we all judge….there are many reasons a person would return items they used a coupon on other than to make the money from a coupon. I mean, how much is a ketchup coupon? 20 cents? I doubt someone would bother to return 6 bottles of ketchup just to “make” $1.20 or something like that. The time it would take to buy them and return them wouldn't even be worth that to bother. Especially since you say the person did not appear destitute, why assume they returned them to try to make a couple bucks? How do we even know that person used coupons? They might have returned them because they ended up costing them more than they thought they would, they might have grabbed the wrong size by mistake that wasn't on sale (happened to me before), they might have not realized that they are close to or past their expiration date and realized they wouldn't use them, they might have gotten a brand that was on sale only to learn that someone in their house didn't end up liking that brand, they might have bought them for a big cookout and not used all those, and returned them since they knew their own family wouldn't use that many before they expire, etc.

      Once I returned 4 boxes of cereal to Bi-lo. I had used coupons on them, and I had no idea that I would get back the money for the coupons. I was very surprised. They were a good deal, so I bought the kind I thought my husband said he liked (not a kind we normally buy), and when I got home he said he didn't like that kind and wouldn't eat it. I wouldn't eat them either, so I returned them. I didn't want to waste money from our tight budget on food we weren't going to use. So I returned all 4 boxes. I would hate for someone to have judged me as “despicable” for this, when I didn't even have any idea they were going to reimburse me for the coupons. I think we all need to judge others less, and realize there might be other reasons for their behaviors than what we might initially assume. Let's all be nicer to one another. :)

    • anon

      Wow, if you would have said that to me, I would have looked at you in disgust too!!

      What gives anyone the right to think they can tell someone how many of an item they can purchase? Jeez people, what is this world coming too. Seriously, it's mustard. If you need more than 2, take more than 2. If you want more than 2, take more than 2. If there's none left, get a rain check. No one should be approaching anyone in a store and trying to tell them how many of a product they can buy. That's just ridiculous. Please, find something better to do.

    • LuvthisStuff

      well someone has there panties in a bunch tonight. The point is there was Several items in her cart 15 plus. Not just mustard. Yes it is Just mustard, but she goes and sells it at the local Flea Market when there are other people in the city that need/want some of these items at a great price to. Rain check? who wants to go back all the time to check and see if it's there. Not me… So go take a chill pill and get over it. It's called respect for others. So I bet it's ok with you when people grab EVERY coupon book on the shelf too…..