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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 – Ground Chuck, 3 lb+, $2.49 lb
  • Publix – Bottom Round Roast, $3.99 lb
  • Food City – Ground Chuck, 80% lean, $2.69 lb
  • Food Lion – Sirloin Tip Roast or Value Pack Sirloin Tip Steak $3.59 lb
  • Harveys – Harveys Center Cut Chuck Roast $2.99 lb
  • Lowes Foods – Ground Round, 85% Lean, $2.99 lb
  • Winn Dixie – Boneless Rump or Bottom Round Roast, 2 lb, $2.59
  • Winn Dixie – Boneless Country Style Ribs, 2 lb, $2.84

Pork

  • Bi-Lo – Southern Home Smoked Shank or Butt Portion Ham, 7-11 lb, $1.19 lb
  • Bi-Lo – Southern Home Spiral Sliced Glazed Half Ham, 8-11 lb, $1.79 lb
  • Harris Teeter – Boston Butt Pork Roast, $1.29 lb
  • Harris Teeter – Sunnyland Bologna or Franks, 1 lb, $1
  • Publix – Oscar Mayer Sliced Bacon 16 oz, or Center Cut, 12 oz, $2.49
  • Publix – Jones Dairy Farm Sausage, Links or Patties 7 oz, or Turkey Links 5 oz, 24¢
  • Publix – Publix Premium Semi-Boneless Ham Portion, $1.69 lb
  • Bloom – Sirloin Pork Chops, Boneless, $1.99 lb
  • Food City – Pork Chops $1.99 lb
  • Food City – Pork Loin Chops $2.49 lb
  • Food Lion – Half Boneless Pork Loin $1.97 lb
  • Food Lion – Smithfield Shank Portion Smoked Ham $1.17 lb
  • HEB – Pork Chops, value pack, $1.47 lb
  • Sweetbay – Shank Portion Smoked Ham 99¢ lb
  • Winn Dixie – Butterball Smoked Turkey Sausage, Turkey Bacon, or Variety Pack, 12-14 oz, 79¢

Poultry

  • Bi-Lo – Southern Home Fresh Whole Chicken Fryers 99¢ lb
  • Harris Teeter – Butterball Turkey Sausage or Bacon, 6-12 oz, $2.50
  • Harris Teeter – Perdue Fit & East Chicken Breast, $1.49 lb
  • Kroger – Tyson Split Chicken Breast $1.19 lb
  • Kroger – Smithfield Shank Portion Ham Bone-In $1.49 lb
  • Publix – Jones Dairy Farm Sausage, Links or Patties 7 oz, or Turkey Links 5 oz, 24¢
  • Publix – Empire Frozen Turkey, 10-24 lb, $1.99 lb
  • Bloom – Holly Farms Chicken Leg Quarters, 89¢ lb
  • Bloom – Butterball Turkey Bacon, 14 oz, $1
  • Bloom – Holly Farms Chicken Leg Quarters, 89¢ lb
  • Bloom – Perdue Boneless Chicken Breasts or Tenders, B1G1
  • HEB – Hill Country Fare Chicken Drumsticks or Thighs, value pack, $1 lb
  • HEB – Hill Country Fare Split Chicken Breasts $1 lb
  • Lowes – Perdue Boneless Breast Tenders, 2.5 lb bag, $5
  • Winn Dixie – Butterball Smoked Turkey Sausage, Turkey Bacon, or Variety Pack, 12-14 oz, 79¢

Seafood

  • Bi-Lo – Culinary Claw Crab Meat, 16 oz, $6.99
  • Harris Teeter – Ex Peel White Shrimp, 51-60 ct, $3.99
  • Harris Teeter – Tilapia Fillets, $3.99 lb
  • Publix – Medium Shrimp Ring, 18 oz, $6.49
  • Publix – Bantry Bay Mussels, 16 oz, $2.49
  • Publix – Small Lobster Tails, 3 oz min, $4.99
  • HEB – Live Louisiana Crawfish $1.49 lb
  • Harveys – Sea Best Butterfly Shrimp, 9-10 oz, $1.99

Produce

  • Bi-Lo – Fresh Green Cabbage 49¢ lb
  • Bi-Lo – Jumbo Red Seedless Grapes $1.29 lb
  • Bi-Lo – Romaine, Red or Green Leaf Lettuce $1
  • Bi-Lo – Jumbo Yellow Onions $1
  • Bi-Lo – Ripe Mangoes $1
  • Bi-Lo – Fresh Green Cabbage 49¢ lb
  • Harris Teeter – Red Grapes, $1 lb
  • Harris Teeter – Mangoes, 75¢
  • Harris Teeter – Kiwi, 33¢
  • Kroger – Idahoan Potatoes, 4-4.1 oz. pouch, $1
  • Kroger – Broccoli Crowns $1.29 lb
  • Kroger – Cantaloupe $1.68
  • Kroger – Jumbo Sweet Onions $1 lb
  • Kroger – Mangoes 50¢
  • Publix – Redland Raised Beans and Squash, 99¢ lb
  • Publix – California Navel Oranges, 99¢ lb
  • Publix – Mangoes, $1
  • Publix – Florida Sweet Corn, 33¢ ea
  • Publix – Broccoli, $2
  • Publix – Florida Celery, 99¢
  • Publix – Sweet Potatoes, 49¢ lb
  • Bloom – Green Bell Peppers, 99¢
  • Bloom – Large Navel Oranges California, 79¢
  • Food City – Red Seedless Grapes $1.29 lb
  • Food City – Gala Apples $1 lb
  • Food Lion – Cucumbers, Large, 89¢
  • Food Lion – Russet Potatoes 79¢ lb
  • HEB – Red Seedless Grapes 98¢ lb
  • HEB – Yellow Onions 58¢ lb

Breakfast

  • Bi-Lo – Eggo Waffles, 10.75-12.6 oz, $1
  • Bi-Lo – Kellogg’s Poptarts, 12 ct., $1.50
  • Bi-Lo – International Delight Flavored Creamer, 16 oz, 57¢
  • Harris Teeter – Pillsbury Crescent or Cinnamon Rolls 20¢
  • Harris Teeter – Pillsbury Grands 25¢
  • Harris Teeter – Pillsbury Cinnamon Rolls, 5 ct, 7.3 oz, 20¢
  • Kroger – General Mills Cereal, various 10.6 -14 oz., $1.79
  • Kroger – Pop-Tarts, 8 ct. $1.33
  • Publix – Kellogg’s Special K Cereal or Granola, 11.4-19.5 oz, $1.34
  • Publix – Post Honey Bunches of Oats or Vanilla Clusters Cereal, 13-17 oz, $1.85
  • Publix – Quaker Chewy Granola Bars, 8.4-8.7 oz, Free
  • Publix – Kellogg’s Pop Tarts, 8 ct, 96¢
  • Publix – Quaker Instant Grits, 12 pk, 69¢
  • Publix – Pillsbury Grands Jr Golden Layers Biscuits, Crescent Dinner Rolls, Cinnamon Rolls or Grands Biscuits, 4-12 oz, 40-70¢ (ends 4/16)
  • Food City – Big G Trix, Reese’s Puffs, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, or Cinnamon Burst Cheerios, 10-13 oz, $1.75
  • HEB – Kellogg’s Cereals, 12.2-14 oz, $1 ea.
    Apple Jacks, Froot Loops, Corn Pops, or Frosted Flakes
  • Ingles – Pillsbury Crescents, Cinnamon Rolls, or Grands! Biscuits, 20¢
  • Ingles – Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, 12 ct, $1.15
  • Lowes Foods – General Mills Cereals 8.9-15 oz, 50¢
    Cheerios, Golden Grahams, Trix, and Cocoa Puffs
  • Lowes Foods – Post Cereals, 11-20 oz, 50¢
    Cocoa or Fruity Pebbles, Honeycomb, or Raisin Bran

Soft Drinks

  • Bi-Lo – Pepsi, 12 pk. 12 oz cans or 6 pk. 24 oz, B3G1 at $11
  • Harris Teeter – Coke, 16.9 oz 6 pk bottles, $1.29
  • Kroger – Coca-Cola Soft Drinks, 12 pk. 12 oz. cans, B3G1 at $12
  • Publix – Pepsi Products, 2 L, 94¢
  • Food City – Coca-Cola, 6 pk. bottles, $1.75

Cleaning Supplies

  • Bi-Lo – Wisk Laundry Detergent, 26-32 loads, $1.99
  • Harris Teeter – Woolite Dry Cleaning Sheets, 6 ct., 99¢
  • Harris Teeter – Proxi Daily Shower Spray or Kitchen Disinfectant, 26 oz, $1.99
  • Harris Teeter – Dial Hand Wash, 7.5 oz, 69¢
  • Publix – Finish Automatic Dishwasher Detergent, 25-32 ct, $2.49
  • Publix – All Small & Mighty Laundry Detergent, 32 or 50 oz, $2.50
  • Publix – Snuggle Fabric Softener, 32 oz, $1.45
  • Publix – Resolve Spray N Wash Laundry Stain Remover Max, 12-40 oz, or Stick, 3 oz, 49¢ (ends 4/16)
  • Bloom – Tide Laundry Detergent, 50 oz Liquid or 46-71 oz Powder, $6.99
  • Food Lion – Arm & Hammer or All Liquid Detergent, 45-60 oz, $2.99

Paper Products

  • Bi-Lo – Scott Bath Tissue or Paper Towels, 6-8 rolls, $3.99
  • Harris Teeter – Brawny Paper Towels, 8 roll, $4.74
  • Publix – Cottonelle Toilet Paper, 12 roll, $5.49-5.99
  • Publix – Scotties Facial Tissues, 60-132 ct., Free-49¢ (ends 4/16)
  • Bloom – Bounty Paper Towels, 6 Big rolls, $5.99
  • Bloom – Charmin Bath Tissue, 6 Mega, 12 Double or 16 Double Rolls, $4.99
  • Food City – Angel Soft Bath Tissue, 4 rolls, 99¢
  • Food City – Puffs Facial Tissue, 60 ct., 50¢
  • Food Lion – Home 360 Dinnerware or Party Cups, 20-24 ct. 99¢
  • Food Lion – Scott Paper Towels, 6 Mega Rolls, $3.99

Baby

  • Bi-Lo – Pampers or Easy Ups Jumbo Diapers $6.99
  • Harris Teeter – Huggies Baby Wipes, Natural Care 72 ct, $1.99
  • Harris Teeter – Gerber 1st Foods, 2 pk 5 oz, 89¢Harris Teeter – Gerber 2nd Foods 2 pk 7 oz, $1
  • Kroger – Huggies Wipes, 184-216 ct., $4.99
  • Kroger – Huggies Diapers or Pull-Ups Training Pants, Jumbo Pack 20-50 ct., $5.99
  • Kroger – Comforts Diapers, Jumbo Pack 23-50 ct., $3.99
  • Bloom – Huggies Jumbo Diapers, 20-50 ct., $6.99
  • Food City – Johnson’s Baby Lotion, 9 oz, 99¢
  • Harveys – Huggies Baby Wipes, 64-72 ct., $1.50
  • Harveys – Huggies Diapers $5.99 ea.

Pet

  • Harris Teeter – KNB Bistro Meals, 16 lb, $5.94
  • Kroger – 9 Lives Cat Food 5.5 oz. canned, 25¢
  • Publix – Pedigree GoodBites Treats for Dogs, 6.7 oz, $1 (starts 4/16)
  • Publix – Purina Kit N Kaboodle Cat Food, 3.5 oz bag, $2.50 (ends 4/16)
  • Publix – Purina Busy Rollhide, Chewnola, or Busy Bone, 4–7 oz, $1 (ends 4/16)
  • Publix – Purina Alpo Dog Food, 22 oz can, Free (ends 4/16)
  • Publix – Purina Fancy Feast, 3 oz, Free (ends 4/16)
  • Publix – Whiskas Food for Cats, 3.53 oz tray, Free – 22¢ (ends 4/16)
  • Bloom – Home 360 Pet Treats, 6-10 oz, $1.49
  • Sweetbay – Alpo Dog Food, 13.2 oz, 66¢
    • Amy L

      Anyone know if milk is on sale for a good price anywhere? Last week Kroger was 2.98

      • Maryljames31

        2.98 seems to be the going rate this week. Sorry

        • Amy L

          So you think Kroger is still 2.98? Or that was just last week? Thanks for the help!

      • Rea

        If you have and Ingles and are not picky about expiration sometime's you can get it for $.99 when it expires the next day or so. If they do not have it marked down bring it up and ask. HTH

      • C~~

        If you have an HEB store, the Hill Country Fare Brand is $2.88.

      • RebeccaFer

        If you have a 10 or 20% discount with Rite Aid's Wellness Plus card, you can get milk cheaper. I wish I could remember the starting price but I believe in the Charlotte area it's $3.29 so just apply any discount you may have to that. IF you don't have a discount yet, it still might be worth stopping in because they will mark down the milk to 50% off if it's within a couple of days of expiring! I've gotten about 20 gallons of milk over the last year that way at half off and all except one was fine! :D

    • HA! The cheapest I'm finding in my area is about 3.19 for milk. I've really been following sales and so far, this is the best I can do.

      • Annjand

        For produce, milk, and eggs, I have found that Aldi consistently has the best prices…Milk is 2.89, eggs are 1.29, and produce is lower than the grocery sales prices (on most things most of the time). You can't do your couponing there, but I've found it's worth an extra stop for me.

      • TM

        CVS is going to have it for 3.69/gallon starting Sunday and $1 ECB back.

      • Rea

        If you have and Ingles and are not picky about expiration sometime's you can get it for $.99 when it expires the next day or so. If they do not have it marked down bring it up and ask. HTH

    • yortski

      You'll also find 75/25 lean ground beef for $2.49 lb. at Target this week sold in 1 lb. packages.

    • yortski

      You'll find green bell peppers at Kroger for.52 each and Market Pantry turkey breast (frozen) at Target for .99 lb.

    • Okidocbalot

      Got a good deal for jumbo pull-ups at Publix- it was tagged at 9.97- I used the 3 dollar off coupon from sunday's newspaper and a 1.50 off manufacturer's coupon from Kimberly clark plus I get a free pull-ups wipes refill priced at 4.19- coupon from the March of Dimes coupons in Publix…so I got both jumbo pullups and wipes for just 5.47 plus tax!

    • Kaylor

      Had coupons for $1/2 Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent, 2 $1/1 ALL laundry detergent and 2 $1.5/1 ALL with Oxy Active lift! Used those with the 2.99 sale at Food Lion! Great deal!

    • Thankful

      I just found this site and I wanted to say “Thank You” to all those who participate! A HUGE THANK YOU! Being a mom who is over 45 and going back to school relying on a part time job paying minimum wage… this is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO helpful!

    • MIMI74

      I have a question… I read somewhere that coupons that read save .50 on 3 means that they will take .50 off of each one that you buy, not just .50 off the total price of the 3 items. Is this correct??

      • rosewood4

        I wish that were true but no, when a coupon states save .50 on 3 it literally means you save .50 when you purchase 3 of whatever the item is. Some grocery stores like Publix, BiLo and Ingles double most coupons up to .50 or .60 which would turn your .50 coupon into a $1 off. You need to check with your store though for their individual coupon policy. I hope that this helped.

      • I dont think so, but maybe youre getting it confused with store deals that say 5 for $5 dollars for example. in that case, you dont have to buy 5 because the store just breaks it down to $1 each.

    • Adam

      At publix it says uncle bens rice is .19 but how is this so when the ad says they are only buy one get one free> Is there a coupon somewhere I am missing and if so, how do i find it

    • Krystal

      When does these Bi-lo deals end?

    • Mphillips_25

      I was in Publix and found a great deal. Right now they have Bertolli sauce 2 for $4 and I had a Target coupon for 1.00 off two jars. I then had a coupon for 1.50 off two jars of sauce from SmartSource in the 4/10. I only paid 75 cents per jar when I was done. I really like this coupon thing so far I have saved my family $50.00 in just one grocery trip. Thanks.

      • Chipandleighanne

        does publix allow more than one coupon per item? Also do you know if they double coupons? I am also new at this and Publix is not close to me but might be worth looking into with the right coupons.

        • Sarah

          I work at Publix. We can accept one manufacturer coupon and one store coupon for the same item. Competitor coupons count as store coupons. We double coupons fifty cent and under. So a fifty cent coupon is really a dollar coupon.

          • Vickilondon

            Is this in every Publix or do you know? I live in Lake City, Florida

        • My Publix's (Fort Myers, FL or Lehigh Acres, FL) will accept up to 3 coupons per item (1 Store, 1 competitor, 1 manu.) But, they DO NOT double coupons. You have to ask the manager at the store for the specifics, every store is different (which is why i have two that i go to).

    • cris

      does publix accept other storecoupons and if so which ones im still trying to figure this out???

      • Sarahkarwisch

        They accept direct competitor coupons. Generally supermarket coupons and close drugstores. Just ask, they'll tell you what they accept and don't. As store vary by location, so do coupon acceptance policies.

      • pm

        it is different for each Publix store.

    • Redqtgirl

      Does anyone know if the Hormel Always Tender Pork Tenderloins are on sale anywhere this week? I have a couple of coupons for $1 off expiring April 18. LOVE the tenderloins and wanted to buy five or six…

    • Tigerfanhbb

      I just printed my list and I don't see this “coupon match up” thing. I thought they would show me which ones had coupons and where to get them. This is my first time looking at this site. All suggestions and help welcome…

      • Yourwinegal

        The coupon match ups are printed with individual store lists. This list shows all stores and gives best prices on many items. If you click on a store link at the top of the page, you will see coupons listed by items. When you print your list, you can choose which coupon you want to use, and delete the others.