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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 – Chef’s Requested Angus Beef Fillets, 5oz., $1.99
Bi-Lo – Fresh Ground Chuck, $1.99 lb.
Bi-Lo – Boneless Beef Cubed Steak, $3.49 lb.
Harris Teeter – USDA Choice Top Round London Broil or Top Round Roast $2.64 lb
Harris Teeter – Corned Beef Brisket $2.99 lb
Harris Teeter – Rancher Beef Bone-In NY Strip Steak $5.99 lb
Kroger – Fresh Ground Beef 73% lean in 5 lb package $1.79 lb
Kroger – Kroger Corned Beef Brisket $2.99 lb
Kroger – Fresh Boneless Flat Iron Steaks $3.99 lb
Publix – Publix Ground Chuck 1 lb + and (2) Old El paso Products, $2.29
Publix – Ground Chuck $2.69 lb
Publix – Crown Corned Beef $2.99 lb
Publix – Beef Cube Steaks $3.49 lb
Publix – Top Round London Broil $3.49 lb
Food Lion – Top Round London Broil or Top Round Roast $1.98 lb
Food Lion – Top Round Steak value pack $2.99 lb
Food Lion – Fresh Ground Round $2.99 lb
Food Lion – Corned Beef Brisket $2.99 lb
Food Lion – Boneless Stew Beef value pack $2.99 lb
Food Lion – Shoulder Roast or Steak value pack $3.49 lb
Harvey’s – Whole Boneless Sirloin Tips $1.99 lb
Harvey’s – Beef Cube Steak Family Pack $2.99 lb
Harvey’s – Beef Chuck Short Ribs $2.99 lb
Harvey’s – Semi-Boneless Ribeyes $3.99 lb
Ingles – USDA Choice Beef Cube Steak – family pack, $2.18 lb
Ingles – USDA Choice Beef Bottom Round Roast, $2.18 lb
Winn Dixie – Boneless Rump Roast, $2.29 lb
Winn Dixie – Bottom Round Roast, 2.29 lb

Pork

Bi-Lo – Pork Loin Chops, $1.69 lb.
Bi-Lo – Country Style Pork Ribs, $1.99 lb.
Harris Teeter – Smithfield Pork Baby Back Ribs at $1.97 lb (98¢)
Harris Teeter – Smithfield Boneless Quartered Sliced Smoked Ham $2.99 lb
Harris Teeter – HT Marinated Boneless Pork Tenderloin at $7.99 lb ($3.99)
Kroger – Fresh Mixed Pork Chops $1.99 lb
Kroger – Pork Loin Baby Back Ribs $3.49 lb
Publix – Assorted Pork Chops $1.99 lb
Food Lion – Boneless Pork Loin $1.97 lb
Food Lion – Pork Baby Back Ribs $3.99 lb
Harvey’s – Whole Pork Loin $1.39 lb
Harvey’s – Half Pork Loin $1.59 lb
Harvey’s – Pork Spareribs $1.79 lb
Harvey’s – Pork Cube Steak Family Pack $1.99 lb
Harvey’s – Quarter Loin Sliced Pork Chops Family Pack $1.99 lb
Harvey’s – Pork Tenderloin $2.99 lb
Ingles – Whole Boneless Pork Loins, $1.98 lb
Ingles – Boneless Pork Chops – family pack, $2.68 lb
Winn Dixie – Shoulder Blade Pork Steaks, at $3.29 ($1.64)
Winn Dixie – Country Style Pork Ribs, at $3.29 ($1.64)
Winn Dixie – Boneless Pork Chops, at $4.99 ($2.49)
Winn Dixie – Baby Back Ribs, $3.99 lb

Poultry

Harris Teeter – SH Fresh Whole Fryers, 99¢ lb
Harris Teeter – Ground Turkey 93% Lean at $4.39 lb ($2.19)
Harris Teeter – Perdue Boneless Chicken Breast 3 lb. bag at $12.99 lb ($6.49)
Kroger – Tyson Fresh Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast or Tenders $1.99 lb
Harvey’s – Claxton Family Pack Thighs or Drumsticks 99¢ lb.
Ingles – Tyson Boneless Chicken Thighs, $1.98 lb
Winn Dixie – Chicken Thighs or Drumsticks, Family Pack, 99¢ lb
Winn Dixie – Split Chicken Breasts, at $2.99 ($1.49)
Winn Dixie – Boneless Chicken Thighs, at $3.99 ($1.99)
Winn Dixie – Split Chicken Breasts, Skinless, $1.99 lb
Winn Dixie – Boneless Chicken Tenders, at $4.99 ($2.49)
Winn Dixie – WD Chicken Breasts or Tenderloins, 40 oz bag, at $10.99 ($5.49)

Seafood

Bi-Lo – Super Lent Special Salmon Fillets, 8oz., $1.99
Bi-Lo – Tuna Steaks or Mahi Mahi Fillets, 8oz., at $6.99 ($3.49)
Bi-Lo – SH Tilapia Fillets, 16oz., at $7.99 ($3.99)
Bi-Lo – Cooked Snow Crab Clusters, $3.99 lb.
Bi-Lo – SH Shrimp, 16oz., (no price listed)
Harris Teeter – EZ Peel White Shrimp 51-60 ct. $3.99 lb
Harris Teeter – Sashimi Grade Tilapia Fillets $3.99 lb
Harris Teeter – North Atlantic Haddock Fillets $5.98 lb
Harris Teeter – Head-On Gulf Shrimp 13-17 ct. $5.99 lb
Kroger – Fresh Catfish Nuggets $2.99 lb
Kroger – Mahi Mahi, Catfish or Tilalpia Fillets $3.99 lb
Kroger – Jonah Crab Claws $3.99 lb
Kroger – Texas Gulf Raw Shrimp 26-30 ct $4.99 lb
Kroger – Cooked Shrimp 51-60 ct or Raw Shrimp 31-40 ct $5.99 lb
Publix – Extra Large White Shrimp 21-25 ct., $5.99 lb
Food Lion – Perch Fillets, Fresh, $4.49 lb
Winn Dixie – FW Cod or Perch Fillets, 12 oz, at $6.99 ($3.49)
Winn Dixie – FW Tilapia Fillets, 16 oz, at $6.99 ($3.49)
Winn Dixie – FW Whiting Fillets, 24 oz, at $6.99 ($3.49)
Winn Dixie – FW Cooked Shrimp Ring with Sauce, 10 oz, at $6.99 ($3.49)
Winn Dixie – Mahi Mahi Fillets, $4.99 lb
Winn Dixie – FW 41-50 ct Medium Cooked Cocktail Shrimp, at $10.99 ($5.49)
Winn Dixie – FW 26-30 ct, Extra Large, Easy Peel Shrimp, at $11.99 ($5.99)
Winn Dixie – FW 41-50 ct, Peeled and Deveined Medium Shrimp, at $10.99 ($5.49)
Winn Dixie – FW 51-60 ct Easy Peel, Medium Shrimp, at $11.99 ($5.99)

Produce

Bi-Lo – Earthbound Farms Organic Salad, 5oz., 89¢
Bi-Lo – Jonathan Apples, 3lb., at $3.99 ($1.99)
Bi-Lo – Yellow Onions, 3lb., $2.50
Bi-Lo – California Navel Oranges, 4lb., $2.99
Bi-Lo – Florida Grapefruit, 5lb., $3.49
Bi-Lo – Russet Potatoes, 10lb., $4.99
Harris Teeter – Lemons and Navel Oranges 33¢
Harris Teeter – Green Bell Peppers 99¢ each
Harris Teeter – Green Cabbage 2 lbs. $1.00
Harris Teeter – California Navels 5 lb. bag $2.99
Harris Teeter – Minneola Tangelos 3 lb. bag $2.99
Kroger – Dole Mushrooms, whole or sliced 8 oz, $1.50
Kroger – Chiquita Pineapple and Apple Bites 2.2-2.8 oz $1 ea
Kroger – Kroger Russet Potatoes 5lb bag $1.38 ea
Kroger – Broccoli Crowns $1.39 lb
Kroger – Mini Sweet Peppers 16 oz at $2 ea
Kroger – Large California Navel Oranges 8 lb bag $5.99
Publix – Green Cabbage 29¢ lb
Publix – Bartlett Pears 99¢ lb
Publix – Publix Mushrooms 8 oz $1.50 ea
Publix – Red Potatoes 3 lb bag $1.99
Publix – Tangerines 3 lb bag $2.50
Food Lion – Limes 20¢ ea
Food Lion – Cabbage 49¢ lb
Food Lion – Lemons 69¢ ea
Food Lion – Hass Avocados 79¢ each
Food Lion – Russet potatoes 5 lb bag 99¢
Food Lion – Roma Tomatoes $1.49 lb
Food Lion – Gala Apples 3lb bag $2.99
Harvey’s – Tangerines, Grapefruit, or Oranges 5 lb bag $2.99
Harvey’s – Michigan Jonathan Apples 3 lb bag B1G1 at $3.99
Ingles – Stemlit Pears – Anjou, Bosc, or Red, 88¢ lb
Ingles – Green Giant Klondike Rose Potatoes 3 lb bag, $1.50 ea
Ingles – Texas Grapefruit 5 lb bag, $2.98 ea
Ingles – North Carolina Sweet Potatoes 5 lb bag, $2.98 ea
Winn Dixie – Green Cabbage, 39¢ lb
Winn Dixie – Naval Oranges, 99¢ lb
Winn Dixie – Anjou, Red or Bosc Pears, 99¢ lb
Winn Dixie – Dole Salads, various 10-12 oz bags, $1
Winn Dixie – Fresh Strawberries, 1 lb, at $2.99 ($1.49)
Winn Dixie – Red Potatoes, 5 lb, at $4.49 ($2.24)
Winn Dixie – “Cuties” Mandarins, 3lb bag, $2.99

Breakfast

Food Lion – Kellogg’s Cereal $1.16
Ingles – Kellogg’s Cereals 8.7-15 oz, $1
Bi-Lo – Kashi Cereals, $1.83
Bi-Lo – Post Selects Cereal, 13-16 oz, $1.50
Bi-Lo – Ocean Spray 100% Grapefruit Juice or Cocktails, 64 oz, $2
Bi-Lo – New England Coffee, 8-12oz., at $5.98 ($2.99)
Harris Teeter – General Mills Total, $1
Harris Teeter – Post Honey Bunches of Oats $1
Harris Teeter – Tropicana Orange Juice or Trop50 59-64 oz $2.50
Harris Teeter – Starbucks Coffee $5.99
Publix – Kellogg’s Special K Cereal, 11.4-14 oz or Granola, 19.5 oz, 99¢
Publix – General Mills Cereal, Publix Milk, Nature Valley Bars or Clusters, $1.19 ea.
Publix – Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal or Vanilla Clusters or Just Bunches 3-18 oz, $1.24
Publix – Eight O’ Clock Coffee, 11-12 oz bag $1.49
Publix – Florida Natural Orange Juice 64 oz., $2.50 ea
Winn Dixie – Kellogg’s Cereals, 17-23 oz, $1
Winn Dixie – Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Juice, 64 oz, $2.50
Winn Dixie – Tropicana Trop 50, 59 oz, $2.50
Winn Dixie – Starbucks Coffee, 12 oz, $4.49

Beverages

Kroger – 7-Up or Diet Rite 2 liter Soft Drinks 99¢ ea
Kroger – Big K Soft Drinks 12 pk 12 oz cans $1.99 ea
Publix – Publix Soda 12 pk cans B2G1 Free
Food Lion – 7 Up or Diet Rite 2 L 99¢
Food Lion – Food Lion soda 12 pk cans $2.50
Harvey’s – Coca Cola 2 Liters 99¢
Harvey’s – Dasani Water 24 pk $3.99

Cleaning Supplies & Home

Harris Teeter – Glass Plus 32 fl oz 42¢
Harris Teeter – Dawn Dish Liquid 19-24 oz. 77¢
Harris Teeter – Clorox 96 oz. 97¢
Harris Teeter – Bounce Dryer Bar 44 use, $2.99
Harris Teeter – Bounce 80 ct $3.49
Harris Teeter – Tide 100 oz. $4.77
Food Lion – Clorox 82-96 oz $1.25
Food Lion – Wisk Laundry Detergent $2.59
Ingles – Bounce Dryer Bar – 2 month – 6 ct, $1.98
Ingles – Dawn Dish Detergents 19-24 oz, $1.24
Ingles – Downy Fabric Softener Sheets 70-80 ct, $2.48
Ingles – Bounce Fabric softener sheets 70-80 ct, $2.98 ea
Ingles – Tide laundry detergent 50-70 oz, $4.98
Bi-Lo – Dawn Dish Detergent, 10.3-14oz., FREE
Bi-Lo – Arm & Hammer Odor Eliminator, 30oz., 11¢
Bi-Lo – Dial Liquid Hand Soap, 7.5-9.3oz., 24¢
Bi-Lo – Soft Scrub Gel with Bleach, 17oz., 26¢
Bi-Lo – All Liquid Laundry Detergent, 32-50oz., 99¢
Bi-Lo – Citrus Magic Spot & Stain Remover, 22oz., 99¢
Bi-Lo – Woolite Liquid Pet Stain Cleaner, 22oz., $1.63
Bi-Lo – Oxy Deep Carpet Cleaner, 22oz., at $1.63
Bi-Lo – Sun Light Auto Dish Detergent, 75oz. Gel or 20ct Power Packs $1.68
Bi-Lo – Cascade Automatic Dish Detergent, 75oz., or Cascade Action Pacs, 16-20ct., $2.99
Winn Dixie – Tide Stain Release, 18ct or 26-36 oz, $4.99
Winn Dixie – Tide 31-40 Load Powder, $4.99
Winn Dixie – Tide 2X Liquid, 24-32 load, $4.99
Kroger – Dawn Dish Soap 10.1-28 oz.49¢-99¢
Kroger – Downy Fabric Softener 48-60 loads $3.99
Kroger – Tide Laundry Detergent 50-70oz., $4.88
Kroger – Tide Stain Release, 26-36 oz., or 18ct, $4.88 (or FREE w/detergent)
Kroger – Cascade Dish Detergent 26ct or 75 oz., $4.99
Publix – Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaner, Windex Cleaner or Wipes., and Pledge Product 79¢ ea
Publix – Ultra Palmolive Dish Liquid 20-25 oz $1.44
Publix – Soft Scrub Cleaners or Gel or Pads $1.50
Publix – Purex Fabric Softener 44oz $2.29
Publix – Tide Detergent 100 oz, Ultra Downy and Tide Stain Release $4.82 ea

Paper Products

Publix – Scotties Facial Tissue Cube 65-160ct FREE
Publix – Dixie Plates or Bowls, Dixie Napkins 200ct, and Dixie Perfect Touch Cups with lids 14 ct, $1.62 ea
Publix – Angel Soft Bath Tissue 9-24 rolls $4.49
Publix – Sparkle Paper Towels 6-8 rolls $4.49
Bi-Lo – Marcal Small Steps 100% Recycled Paper Towels, 8 rolls, $3.99
Bi-Lo – Bounty Basic Paper Towels, 6 larger rolls, $4.49
Bi-Lo – Charmin Bath Tissue, 9 large rolls, $4.49
Bi-Lo – Angel Soft Bath Tissue, 12 dbl. or 24 reg. rolls, $4.99
Bi-Lo – Sparkle Paper Towels, 6-8 rolls, $4.99
Harris Teeter – Charmin 12 big or 6 mega rolls $4.77
Harris Teeter – Bounty Paper Towels 8 pk $4.77
Harris Teeter – Bounty 8 roll $5.99
Harris Teeter – Charmin 6-12 rolls $5.99
Kroger – Bounty Paper Towels, 6 big or 8 regular rolls, $2.99
Kroger – Charmin Bath Tissue, 6 mega or 12 big rolls, $4.49
Winn Dixie – Bounty, 8 Giant Rolls, $6.99
Winn Dixie – Charmin Ultra, 18 Roll, $8.49
Ingles – Puffs Basic Facial Tissue 108 ct, 84¢
Ingles – Scott Choose-A-Size Mega White Paper Towels 6-roll, $3.98
Ingles – Viva Paper Towels 6-pack, $4.86
Food Lion – Hefty Storage or Freezer Bags 12-22ct 50¢
Food Lion – Scott Paper Towel 6 mega rolls $3.99

Baby

Harris Teeter – Pampers Big Pack $16.99
Kroger – Pampers Diapers or Easy Ups, jumbo pk $6.99
Kroger – Luvs Diapers Mega pk $7.99
Publix – Earth’s Best Organic Baby Food, 6 months +, 4 oz, 35¢
Publix – Gerber Graduates or 2nd Foods 71¢
Publix – Gerber Graduates Lil’ Entrees $1.81
Publix – $3 off Huggies Boxed Diapers in ad coupon
Publix – $3 off Pampers Big Pack Boxed Diapers in ad coupon
Publix – Huggies Baby Wipes Refill 184-213 ct $3.74
Publix – $5 off Similac Formula 22-23.2 oz in ad coupon
Publix – $7/2 off Enfamil Formula 23.4-25.7 oz in ad coupon
Publix – Nestle Supreme or Good Start, Formula 24-25.7 oz $16.99
Food Lion – Pampers Diapers, jumbo pk, $6.99
Harvey’s – Huggies Baby Wipes 72-80 ct $1.75
Ingles – Huggies, Goodnites, Overnites, or Pull-Ups 10-50 ct, $6.88 ea
Ingles – Luvs Big Pack diapers 80-108 ct, $12.98 ea
Winn Dixie – Pampers Diapers, Jumbo pack, $7.99

Pet

Ingles – Iams Cat Food 3.5-4 lb bag, $4.98
Ingles – Iams Dog Food 17.5-20 lb bag, $12.98
Winn Dixie – Iams Dry Cat Food, 3.5-4 lb bag, $3.99
Bi-Lo – Mighty Dog Can Dog Food, 5.5 oz, 27¢
Bi-Lo – The Goodlife Recipe Cat Treats, 3oz., 34¢
Bi-Lo – Fresh Step Cat Litter, 7lb., 66¢
Bi-Lo – Guilt-Free Dog Treats, 8ct., 76¢
Bi-Lo – Better Than Ears Plus Dog Treats, 9ct., 76¢
Bi-Lo – The Goodlife Recipe Wholesome Twists Dog Food, 7.6oz., 99¢
Bi-Lo – Whiskas Temptations Cat Treats, 2.1-3 oz, $1
Bi-Lo – IAMS Can Cat Food, 3oz., $1.04
Bi-Lo – Kibbles ‘n Bits Dog Food, 17.6lb., $8.99
Bi-Lo – Kibbles ‘n Bits Dog Food, 35 lb bag, $17.99
Harris Teeter – Alpo Canned Dog Food 45¢
Harris Teeter – Tidy Cats Scoop Litter 20 lb. $4.09
Harris Teeter – Iams Dry Cat Food 7-8 lb. $13.99
Harris Teeter – Iams Dog Food 15.5-17.5 lb $13.99
Kroger – Iams Cat Food, 7-8 lb bag $8.99
Kroger – Iams Dog Food, 15.5-17.5lb bag $10.99
Publix – Iams Premium Protection Cat Food 3.5-4 lb bag $4.99
Publix – Purina ONE Dog Food 18 lb bag $13.99
Food Lion – Kibbles ‘n Bits 12.6 lb bag $9.99

    • bettiehoward

      Hi! I am new to couponing and was wondering why drugstores aren't on the “Need it Now, Best Prices” list??? Thank you for any help!

    • candipittman

      I just went to the Food Lion in Newnan and they have the London Broil for $1.88/lb AND they have already ground some up in packages near the hamburger meat! If your store doesn't have any ground, take a package of the London Broil to the butcher counter and they will grind it into ground hamburger. That's some cheap meat!!!

    • strahanmayhem

      I'm new also and was wondering if these prices are with the coupon (i.e.: charmin is listed at kroger for 5.99 but 4.49 on your list). thanks!

    • victoriagreer

      Went to your class in Greenville today Saturday and thought your presentation was great.
      My daughter has been a fan for a quite a while. She not only signed me up but she paid for it. You were informative, insightful and entertaining. Thanks for doing what you do and sharing it with others. I had 4 children in 5 1/2 years and salute your discipline at this point in your life.

      Every best wish,
      Victoria Greer

    • hstuar02

      My daughter and I were clipping coupons the other night. She told me this (and I think she's nuts) … say I'm buying 3 boxes of q-tips and I have 10 coupons for q-tips. I then buy 7 other random products, she said I could use the remaining 7 coupons on the other random items I bought. She said that you can use as many coupons as you have items, as long as you bought at least one product that corresponds to the coupon(s) you are using. Is this right? It just doesnt seem like it. Maybe Im couponing all wrong…yes Im a newbie.

      • heygreene

        You can only use q-tip coupons for q-tip products. If you buy 3 q-tip items, you can use 3 coupons. The manufacturer would never reimburse the store for items that are not theirs (ie, you buy a 12-pack of Pepsi and try to use a q-tip coupon). Hope this helps.

        • hstuar02

          That is almost exactly what I said to her! I just didnt see how that was possible! She said that is why people get the “filler” items. I thought the filler items were so the store would not “owe” the customer money. Is this correct?

          • heygreene

            Filler items are used if you would have a negative balance, since the store is not going to give you cash back. For example if you had $10 worth of items and $11 worth of coupons, you'd want to get a “filler item” worth a little over a dollar so you'd only pay a few cents for everything.

      • renamac

        ok let me see if I can help. I think this is what you mean. When you are shopping at Walgreens and you are buying lets say 3 items and you have 3 coupons and one RR so that actually that means you have 4 coupond because the RR counts as a coupon then you must purchase another item (this is what Jenny calls a filler item) at Wags you have to have one item for each coupon and a RR counts as a coupon. I hope this helps.

    • Sarah_Love

      I went to the Food Lion on Sycamore Ave in Charleston, SC and the Pampers Diapers, jumbo pack was $8.99 not $6.99. Do the prices vary by store?

    • hstuar02

      That is almost exactly what I said to her! I just didnt see how that was possible! She said that is why people get the “filler” items. I thought the filler items were so the store would not “owe” the customer money. Is this correct?

    • heygreene

      Filler items are used if you would have a negative balance, since the store is not going to give you cash back. For example if you had $10 worth of items and $11 worth of coupons, you'd want to get a “filler item” worth a little over a dollar so you'd only pay a few cents for everything.

    • renamac

      ok let me see if I can help. I think this is what you mean. When you are shopping at Walgreens and you are buying lets say 3 items and you have 3 coupons and one RR so that actually that means you have 4 coupond because the RR counts as a coupon then you must purchase another item (this is what Jenny calls a filler item) at Wags you have to have one item for each coupon and a RR counts as a coupon. I hope this helps.