Here are the deals from the new Harris Teeter weekly ad that starts on 4/8. Get Duke’s mayo for $1, FREE Carefree liners, and more.
Note: Right now Harris Teeter is offering the following deals for seniors (age 60 and older): no fee for Express Lane grocery pickup (use code SD60 at checkout) or $5 delivery to home (use code SDDEL at checkout). The pickup time for Express Lane grocery pickup is on Thursdays from 9:00AM to 2:00PM.
Buy One Get Ones
- WeWalka Puff Pastry, 13.2 oz, at $3.99 ($1.99)
- Keebler Chips Deluxe, 11-16 oz, at $3.79 ($1.89)
-.75/1 Keebler Cookies, SS 03/08
(makes it 39¢)
- Ken’s Salad Dressing, 16 oz, at $3.39 ($1.69)
-$1/2 Ken’s Dressings, 16 oz+, limit 2, SS 03/15
-$1 off Ken’s Simply Vinaigrette, limit 2, SS 03/15
-$2/2 Ken’s Dressings, 16 oz+, limit 2, SS 03/15
-$1 off Ken’s Dressings, 16 oz+, limit 2, SS 03/15
(use $1 off, makes it 69¢ ea.)
- C2O Coconut Water, 1 Liter, (price not listed)
- Fisher Pecans, 10 oz, at $11.49 ($5.74)
- Harris Teeter Chips, Curls or Tortilla Chips, 8-13 oz, at $3.49 ($1.74)
- Ocean Spray Craisins, 5-6 oz, at $2.99 ($1.49)
- Orville Redenbacher’s Popcorn, 3 ct, at $3.19 ($1.59)
- Quaker Instant Grits, 12 oz, at $3.49 ($1.74)
- Suddenly Salad Kit, 6.5-7.75 oz, at $2.59 ($1.29)
- Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce, 18 oz, at $2.99 ($1.49)
- Keebler Toasted Crackers, 8-15 oz, at $3.99 ($1.99)
- Keebler Townhouse Crackers, 8-15 oz, at $4.29 ($2.14)
- Utz Kettle Chips, 8 oz, at $3.79 ($1.89)
- Vlasic Pickles, 16-24 oz, at $2.79 ($1.39)
- Handi-Foil Bakeware Pans, (price not listed)
- Community Coffee K-Cups or bags, 12 ct or 12 oz, at $7.49 ($3.74)
-$2 off Community Coffee, bag or canister or single-serve box, RMN 03/29
-$1.50 off Community Coffee, bag or canister or single-serve box, RMN 03/29
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Allstate announced that they are giving all auto insurance customers a portion of their insurance premium back. Most customers will receive an average of 15% of their monthly premium back. You’ll see the payment automatically in the account or card that you use to pay with. You can also use the Allstate app to see your pay-back amount faster.
With folks staying home and driving less, they are seeing less accidents and claims and thereby passing that savings on to customers.
Free Identity Protection
With their Payback announcement that also are giving all US Residents free Allstate Identity Protection. Sign up before the end of May and have free coverage through the end of the year! This is for everyone, not just current customers.
Tip for Non Allstate Users:
If you don’t see other providers follow suit, this would be a great time to call and see if you can lower the number of miles you drive with your insurance agent. Lower mileage policies have a limit on the miles you can drive per year but have significantly reduced premium costs.
While they are a tad late to the party, I’d excited to share that CVS has finally made the call to extend ExtraBucks expiration dates! To their credit this is a tad trickier to do than the other stores because some shoppers have paper rewards and other have digital…
This is how they are doing it:
Starting April 10th any ExtraBucks you earned with expiration dates between March 15th and April 30th that are not redeemed will be reissued to you. You’ll have 30 days to access them and 30 days to redeem them online or in-stores.
CarePass members whose monthly $10 promo reward has an expiration date between 3/15 and 4/30 and do not redeem their reward will have it reissued as an ExtraBuck.
Right now at Panera Bread, you can score gift cards of all kinds for 20% off! That includes plastic cards, eGift cards, digital card reloads and bulk orders!
This offer is not valid in the restaurant and must be purchased online.
eGift cards are a GREAT way to send food to someone who isn’t nearby. You can give them to relatives, friends or coworkers so they can set up contactless food delivery or food pickup.
This deal is available online only until 4/30.
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If you are getting ready for another baby, this is the perfect time to dream up inexpensive ways to freshen up a space for a new little person joining the family. Here are a number of fun baby nursery ideas that you could do with very little cost!
DIY Baby Nursery Ideas
I love the idea of simply updating walls in the kids’ rooms with stencils rather than repainting the entire thing. It keeps things simple and frugal.
A DIY no-sew crib skirt. Now that’s what I’m talking about.
Pick out your favorite fabrics and make these super easy burp cloths that last a really long time.
Use the pages from an alphabet book to frame and hang on the wall. You can also do this with pages of flower magazines, leaf prints etc. Anything in a group always looks fancier than one image!
The most expensive, but more important piece of a nursery is the chair. These beautiful upholstered rocking chairs can cost around $1,000. Buy a Strandmon Wingback chair from IKEA for $279, get some rocker rails for a few dollars and you’ve saved a few hundred dollars.
Baby Book Personalized Letters
I searched high and low for the origin of this picture. If you know where it came from, leave a comment below. Buy a letter from the craft store and use a page from your favorite children’s book to be glued/Mod Poged on. I did this over Christmas so check out the steps (it’s super easy).
This faux bear rug is cute, whimsical and perfect for a kid’s bedroom. If it doesn’t look perfect your kid won’t even notice!
It can be a little scary to think about doorstops and babies going together. This is one you don’t have to worry about harming your kids because it’s soft, fairly lightweight with no scary, blunt edges.
Find scraps of cute fabric and put them in embroidery hoops which can be found for around $1 or less at the craft store. This is a great way to brighten a room and add some interest to the walls.
I’ve also seen tutorials for using old CDs to make these dividers. What a great idea to keep organized.
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Here are the deals from the new Bi-Lo weekly ad that starts tomorrow, 4/8. Get Breyers ice cream for $1.99, FREE Country Crock, and more.
Note: Bi-Lo stores are currently open from 8:00AM to 8:00PM, though the first hour (8-9) is dedicated to seniors and high-risk individuals Monday through Friday. They are also offering a special hour of shopping for healthcare providers and first responders (Monday and Tuesdays from 8:00PM to 9:00PM).
Buy One Get Ones
- Strawberries, 16 oz, at $4.99 ($2.49)
- Pineapple or Mixed Melon Chunks, (price not listed)
- Whole Pineapple, at $3.99 ($1.99) ea.
- Bone-In or Boneless Pork Shoulder Steaks or Country Style Ribs, at $4.99 ($2.49) lb
- Eckrich Smoked Sausage, 10-14 oz, (price not listed)
- Nathan’s Beef Franks, 10.5-14 oz, at $6.99 ($3.49)
- Pork Loin Baby Back Ribs or St. Louis Style Spareribs, at $6.99 ($3.49) lb
- SE Grocers Chicken Wings, Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts or Tenders, 40-48 oz, at $14.99 ($7.49)
- Smithfield Bacon, Breakfast Sausage, Links or Patties, 12-20 oz, at $9.99 ($4.99) or less
-$1 off Smithfield Product, any, (sign up) printable
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Head over to Amazon or Bed, Bath & Beyond where you can get the highly rated Cuisinart 1.5 qt. frozen yogurt and ice cream maker for $39.99 shipped, regularly $69.95.
Do note that if you are shopping at Bed, Bath & Beyond this item is excluded from coupons as they are already price matching Amazon.
If you’re family loves ice cream, especially homemade ice cream, then this is an item to have on hand. We love it!
Shipping free with Prime.
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