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Harris Teeter 3 day Sale

on 5.9.2009 at 5:00pm

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Harris Teeter has some Breakfast items on sale for .97 cents each!  This started yesterday and goes through Sunday.

Milk 1/2 gallon

Orange Juice 1/2 gallon

Sandwich Bread

Hormel Little Sizzlers Sausage Links

Eggs 1 Dozen

The ad does not state any quantity limits just that they reserve the right to limit.  For the rest of the weekly Harris Teeter Deals go here.

(thanks Beth!)

Update:  The ad linked is from a reader in Charlotte, but it is reported that this sale is many other areas too.

    • Juliett Collins

      The ad attached says only available in Charlotte stores…I was all hyped up for a Mimosa Mother’s Day…oh well, not in Charleston. Thanks for the post, though!

    • Andrea

      I think this is in selected areas only so check your area first before you rush out to the store.

    • Robert

      Good in Wilmington too. I got an email on Friday about the special. The store did set a two item limit on the purchases, but you can make multiple purchases, separately. I freeze bread, when it’s on sale like this. Has anyone else ever heard of freezing milk? Granny said I could do this, but I’d also be afraid of the plastic splitting, due to expansion.

    • meredith

      I hope you still get your Mimosa Mother’s Day! :)

    • M Rose

      Anybody know if this is at the Shelby NC store???

    • Was in Rock Hill, SC…I called before I went though.

    • Crista

      Hey! I’m in Wilmington too! Yes, you can definitly freeze milk. I buy 8 to 10 at a time at Sam’s and do just that. You do need to pour a little off the top first. Sometimes if you don’t it will be fine, but sometimes you do get a little burst in the plastic. I usually just use a little and then put it in the freezer.