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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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I promised to get your ready for Triples early, so here it is. This ad and list starts Wednesday 5/27. It is VERY long, with over 35 free things. Just remember that they will only triple 20 coupons per transaction so make small trips. The top portion is the weekly ad followed by deals with coupons that will triple. The list is organized by price.

If you see deals I missed please share and I’ll add them to the list!

1. You do not have to buy 2 of the B1G1 items, each item will ring up half price.
2. Coupons are triples that are .99¢ or less.
3. They will triple 20 coupons per day/transaction.
4. You must have a VIC card to get sale prices and for your coupons to double.
5. Most stores only allow one coupon per B1G1 deal, so only buy one per transaction if possible.

**Tip: Hand over coupons in order of value starting with .99¢ or less then give $1 and higher coupons**

Buy One Get One Deals
Glass Plus 32oz, at $2.79 ($1.39 ea)
-.50/1 off any Glass Plus SS 3/22, 6/14 (makes it FREE)

Spray n Wash 22oz at $3.29 ($1.65 ea)
-.50/1 off Spray n’ Wash SS 5/03 (makes it .15¢ ea)
-.75/1 off Spray n’ Wash with Resolve Power printable
(makes it FREE)

Kraft Salad Dressing 16oz at $2.99 ($1.49 ea)
-$1.50 off any Kraft Dressing SS 5/10 (makes it FREE)
-$1 off any Kraft Dressing printable

Thomas English Muffins 6ct at $2.99 ($1.49 ea)
-.50/1 Thomas Muffins SS 5/03 (makes it FREE)

Mitchum Deodorant, entire line at $3.39 ($1.69 ea)
-.75/1 Mitchum Deodorant SS 5/10 (makes it FREE)

Dannon Light & Fit or Fruit on the Bottom Yogurt at .75¢ (.37¢ ea)
-.60/6 Dannon Yogurt SS 5/03 (makes it .45¢ for 6)

Kellogg’s Frosted Lakes, Froot Loops or Apple Jacks at $4.65 ($2.32 ea)
-$1 off Kellogg’s Cereal printable (limit reached)

Purina Puppy or Dog Chow
-$3.50 off any Purina Dog or Puppy Chow printable

Fresh Step 21lb bag at $8.29 ($4.15 ea)
-$1.50 off any Fresh Step SS 3/29 (exp 5/31) (makes it $2.65 ea)

Purex or Wisk Detergent at $5.99 ($2.98 ea)
-.50/1 Purex Naturals printable (makes it $1.48 ea)
-$1 off Wisk printable

Oscar Mayer Bacon at $4.99 ($2.49 ea)
-$1/2 Oscar Mayer Bacon printable (makes it $1.99 ea)

Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies 12oz
-$1/2 Keebler Cookies RP 4/05 (exp 5/31)

Airwick Starter Freshmatic at $12.99 ($6.49 ea)
-$4 off Airwick Freshmatic printable

Blue Bunny Champ Cones 6pk at $5.79 ($2.89 ea)
-.75/1 off any Blue Bunny Novelty June All You Mag. (makes it .64¢ ea)

Pictsweet Vegtables 24-28 oz
Edy’s Ice Cream 48 oz
Sun Maid Raisins 6pk
Doritos 14.12-14.5oz
Pepsi 12pk cans

Other Weekly Deals
Pepsi 2 liters $1 ea
Pepsi 6pk, 16oz bottles, 4 for $11
Gatorade 64oz $1.77
Aquafina 24pk 16.9oz $5.99

Frito Lay 100 calorie packs, 3.1-3.4oz, $2 ea
Starkist Chunk Light Tuna, 6oz, .80¢ ea

Gwatney Great Dogs 16 oz .97¢ ea

Florida Natural OJ 64oz, $2.97
Minute Maid Lemonade 64oz $1.25

Scotts Bath Tissue 12 roll extra soft $6.99

Caprisun Drinks 10pk $1.99 ea
-.75/1 Caprisun Kraft Food & Family Summer 09 (makes it FREE)

Eggo Waffles $1.66 ea
-.75/1 Eggo Waffles RP 4/05 (exp 5/31) (makes it FREE)

Oscar Mayer Fun Pack Lunchables $2 ea
-$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchables with drink printable

Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage 12oz, $3 ea
-.55/1 Johnsonville Breakfast Sausage Links SS 4/05 (makes it $1.45 ea)

Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip, 32 oz, $3.50 ea
-.75/1 Miracle Whip Kraft Food & Family Summer 09 (makes it $1.25 ea)

Uncle Bens Ready Rice $2.33 ea
-$1/2 off any Uncle Bens products

Angel Soft Bath Tissue 12 double or 24 reg rolls $6.99
-.50/1 off any Angel Soft RP 4/19 or printable (IE) or printable (FF)

Dukes Squeeze Mayonnaise, 18oz, $2.50 ea
-.50/1 Dukes Mayonnaise SS 5/17

Tyson All Natural Chicken Tenders or Nuggets, 25.5-29oz, $5.99 ea
-$1 off Tyson Bagged Breaded Chicken June All You Mag.

Kraft Velveeta 2lb $4.97
-$1 off Kraft Velveeta printable

Free Items with Tripling

Mahatma Rice 5 oz packet .89¢ ea
-.75/2 Mahatma Rice Mixes RP 3/01, 4/26

Mahatma Rice 1lb bag $1.39 ea
-.50/1 Mahatma or Water Maid Rice RP 3/01, 4/26

McCormick grill mates packet seasoning $1.29
-.50/1 Mccormick Grill Mates RP 5/03, 4/19

Wacky Mac $1.50
-.50/1 off Wacky Mac SS 5/10
-.75/1 off Wacky Mac Pasta printable

Savannah Hushpuppies Classic .69¢ ea
-.50/1 Savannah Classics Hushpuppies SS 3/22 (exp 5/31)

Ortega Refried Beans $1 ea
-.75/2 Ortega Products, SS 4/19
$5 rebate on Bedtime Stories DVD wyb (2) Ortega products

Rhodes Rolls $2.19 ea
-.75/1 Rhodes Traditional Rolls, SS 3/22

Daisy Sour Cream $1.39 ea
-.50/1 or .60/1 Daisy Sour Cream SS 4/05 (exp 5/31)

New York Texas Toast Croutons $1.50 ea
-.55/1 New York Croutons SS 4/05
-.50/1 New York Croutons June All You Mag.

Grande Tortilla Chips $2 ea
-.75/1 Grande Chips SS 4/19

Hot Pockets Panini, $2.09 ea
-.75/1 Hot Pockets Panini, SS 4/26

Lava Hand Soap $1.39 ea
-.55/1 Lava Soap April All You Mag

Halls Cough Drops $1.50 ea
-.75/1 Halls printable or April All You

Promised Land Milk, 32oz, $2.19
-.75/1 Promised Land Milk, RP 4/26

Trident Gum single packs, $1.50 or less
-.75/1 off any Trident Single pack SS 5/17

Ragu Pasta Sauce 26oz and 14oz $1.99 ea
-.75/1 Ragu pasta sauce “Family is its own Reward” booklet at Publix

Smucker’s Toppings $2.19 to $2.69
-.75/1 off any Smucker’s Topping, RP 5/17
-.55/1 off any Smucker’s Toppings RP 5/17

Kraft BBQ Sauce $1.79
-.75/1 Kraft BBQ SS 5/03

McCormick Spices various $1.55-$2.19
-.75/1 off McCormick Spices RP 4/05

Tabasco Sauce 24oz $1 ea
-.75/1 or .50/1 Tabasco Sauce SS 4/26, 5/17

French’s Yellow Mustard $1.50
-.75/1 French’s Mustard SS 5/10
-.50/1 French’s Mustard SS 5/10

Suave Antiperspirant / Deodorant $1.77 ea
-.75/1 Suave Deodorant, RP 5/17
-.50/1 Suave Deodorant RP 5/17

Edge Advanced Shave Gel (trial size) $1.50 ea
-.75/1 Edge Gel SS 5/17

Skintimate shaving gel – trial size – $1.50 ea
-.75/1 Skintimate SS 4/26

Dawn $1 ea
-.50/1 Dawn $120 Savings Rebate booklet

Viva Paper Towels single roll $2.35 ea
-.85/1 Viva Towels Big Roll, (exp 5/31) SS 4/05

Scotch Magic Tape $1.69- $2.29
-.75/1 Scotch Tape Publix Yellow Advantage Buy Flyer

Other Good Deals

Hefty Easy Grip Party Cups 20ct $2.29
-.75/1 Hefty Easy Grip Party Cups, RP 5/17 (makes it .04¢ ea)

Dial Hand Soap $1.69 ea
-.55/1 Dial Soap printable (IE) or printable (FF) (makes it .04¢ ea)

French’s Original French Fried Onions, 2.8oz, $2.35 ea
– 75/1 French’s Onion SS 5/10 (makes .10¢ ea)

Wishbone Salad Dressing (8oz) $1.76
-. 55/1 Wishbone Dressing “Personal Concierge” Booklet at Publix (makes it .11¢ ea)

Lipton Tea Bags $1.19 ea
-.75/2 Lipton Tea Bags RP 5/17 (buy 2, makes it .13¢ ea)

Clabber Girl Baking Powder $1.99
-.60/1 Clabber Girl printable (makes it .19¢ ea)

Suave Body Wash or Shampoo $2.39 ea
-.75/1 Suave Body Wash “Family is its own Reward” booklet at Publix
-.75/1 Suave Hair Care “Family is its own Reward” booklet at Publix
(makes it .24¢ ea)

Murphy Pure Vegetable Oil Soap 16oz $2.49
-.75/1 Murphy Oil Soap home mailer (makes it .24¢ ea)

Degree antiperspirant $2.50 ea
-.75/1 off Degree Men or Women, RP 5/17
-.75/1 off Degree Ultra Clear,
printable (either coupon makes it .25¢ ea)

Nabisco Classic Cookies $2.50 ea
-.75/1 Nabisco Classics, tearpad (makes it .25¢ ea)

Snyder’s Of Hanover Pretzels $2.50 ea
-.75/1 Snyder’s Flavored Pretzel Pieces, SS 5/17 (makes it .25¢ ea)

Hormel Compleats Meal $2.50 ea
-.75/1 Hormel Compleats (exp 6/1) SS 4/05 (makes it .25¢ea)

Betty Crocker Frosting $1.99 ea
.55/1 Betty Crocker Frosting printable (makes it .34¢ ea)

Jack Daniel’s Barbecue Sauce $2 ea
-.55/1 Jack Daniel’s BBQ Sauce, SS 5/17 (makes it .35¢ ea)

French’s Worcestershire Sauce 15oz, $1.89 ea
– 50/1 Worcestershire Sauce SS 5/10 (makes it .39¢ ea)

Knorr Rice Sides $1.55 ea
-.75/2 Knorr Rice and Pasta Sides RP 5/17 (buy 2, makes it .43¢ ea)

French’s 12oz Spicy Brown & Honey Mustard $2.69 ea
-.75/1 French’s Spicy Mustard SS 5/10 (makes it .44¢ ea)

Dole Mandarin Oranges $1.29 ea
-.55/2 Dole Mandarin Oranges printable (makes it .46¢ ea)

Pringles Potato Crisps Super Stack $1.99 ea
.50/1 Pringles Snack Stacks, Stix, Minis, or Select Product, PG 5/17 (makes it .49 ¢ ea)

New York Frozen Breads $2.79 to $2.89 ea
-.75/1 New York Brand Frozen Bread SS 5/17 (makes it .54¢ ea)

Lysol Cleaners $2.79 ea
-.75/1 various Lysol Cleaners SS 4/26 (makes it .54¢ ea)
-.50/1 various Lysol Cleaners SS 4/26

Chips Ahoy Snak-Saks Cookies $2.19 ea
-.55/1 any Nabisco Chips Ahoy 8 oz + SS 5/17 (makes it .54¢ ea)

Hefty Plates or Bowls, 30-50ct, $2.09 ea
-.50/1 Hefty Plates or Bowls, RP 5/17 (makes it .59¢ ea)

SuperPretzel Baked Soft Pretzels $2.88 ea
-.75/1 any SuperPretzel RP 5/10 (makes it .63¢ ea)

Kraft Bagel-fuls $2.89 ea
-.75/1 Kraft Bagel-Fuls SS 4/19 (makes it .64¢ ea)

Wish-bone Dressings $2.89 to $2.99
-.75/1 off Wish-bone dressings printable or RP 5/17 (makes it .64¢ ea)

KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce $2.29
-.55/1 KC Masterpiece coupon on select products (makes it .64¢ea)

Swanson Premium Chunk White Chicken, $1.79 ea
-.75/2 Swanson Premium Chunk Chicken, SS 5/17 (buy 2, makes it .67¢ ea)

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Margarine Sticks $2.99 ea
-.75/1 I Can’t Believe Sticks RP 3/29 or printable (IE) or printable (FF) (makes it .74¢ ea)
-.75/1 off any I Can’t Believe product “Family is it’s own Reward” booklet at Publix

Kernel Season’s Butter Popcorn Seasoning $2.79 ea
-.75/1 Kernel’s Season’s printable (limit reached) (makes it .74¢ ea)

Blue Bunny Ice Cream $2.99 ea
-.75/1 Blue Bunny Ice Cream & Novelties June All You, June (makes it .74¢ ea)

Ziploc Steam Cooking Bags $2.99 ea
-.75/1 Ziploc Brand Zip ‘N Steam Bags printable (makes it .74¢ ea)

Deli Creations Sandwiches or Flatbreads $2.99 ea
-.75/1 Deli Creations printable (makes it .74¢ ea)

Yo Crunch Yogurt Multi Pak $3 ea
.75/1 off any Breyers YoCrunch Multi-Pack SS 5/17 (makes it .75¢ ea)

Snyder’s Multigrain 11.5 oz bag, $3 ea
-.75/1 Synders Multi-grain snack, any SS 4/05 (makes it .75¢ ea)

Renuzit Pearl Scents $3.19 or Odor Neutralizer $2.99
-.75/1 Renuzit Pearl or Neutralizer SS 5/17 (makes it .74¢ – .94¢ ea)

White House Applesauce 6ct, $1.77 ea
-.60/2 White House Applesauce SS 4/19 (buy 2, makes it .87¢ ea)

Edwards frozen pie singles $3.19
-.75/1 Edwards Singles SS 5/10 (makes it .94¢ ea)

Kraft Deli Deluxe Sharp Cheddar Cheese $3.29
-.75/1 Kraft Deli Deluxe Cheese printable (makes it $1.04 ea)

Chi-Chi Salsa Snackers $2.79 ea
-.55/1 Chi-Chi Salsa SS 5/17 (makes it $1.14 ea)

Splenda No Calorie Sweetener 40ct, $3.39
-.75/1 Splenda No Calorie Sweetener June All You, June (makes it $1.14 ea)

Luigi’s Real Italian Ice $3.39 ea
-.75/1 Luigi’s Real Italian Ice, RP 5/10 (makes it $1.14 ea)

Ball Plastic Freezer Jar, 5ct, $3.49
-.75/1 Ball Freezer Jars Or Ball Freezer Jam Pack, RP 4/26 (makes it $1.24 ea)

Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Meats $3.50 ea
-.75/1 Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Meats printable (makes it $1.25 ea)

Reynolds Foil 100% Recycled, 50 ft, $2.99 ea
-.55/1 Reynolds Aluminum Foil SS 4/19 (makes it $1.34)

Sargento Sliced Cheese $2.99 ea
-.50/1 Sargento Deli Sliced Cheese SS 4/19 (makes it $1.40)

Crisco Puritan Oil $3.79
-.75/1 Crisco Puritan Oil RP 5/17 (makes it $1.54 ea)

Purevia Natural Sweetner 40 ct $3.99
-.75/1 Purevia in store dispenser (makes it $1.74 ea)

Red Baron French Bread Pizzas $4.19
-.75/1 Red Baron French Bread SS 5/03 (makes it $1.94 ea)

Posted in the Grocery Gathering at BeCentsAble.

    • Hi,

      I just wrote a comment but my son pushed a button, the comment disappeared so I’m not sure if it went through…if this is a duplicate I’m sorry.

      First, I want to say that I LOVE your website. You save me TONS of money, so Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

      I do have one question about Harris Teeter. I understand that you can only have 20 coupons per transaction but what if I want to purchase multiple items (example: Spray N Wash that is on sale this week BOGO…and I have two coupons). Do I have to ring one up with one coupon and then go back through the line with the other Spray N Wash with the other coupon? I planned to stock up on this because this is a GREAT deal on Spray N Wash…amoung several other items this week at Harris Teeter.

      Thank so much for all you do!

      • Jenny


        From what I have learned through others (I don’t have a Harris Teeter in my area). Since Spray n’ Wash is B1G1, you only want to buy one at a time, they will not let you use two coupons on a B1G1 deal. And you save the most using the coupon on each item.

        For other deals that are not B1G1, you can use up to 4 like coupons per transaction supposedly. Some stores enforce this, others do not.

    • My HT you can use three like coupons per transaction.

    • Michelle

      Where are Harris Tweeter’s located? Are there any in GA? I tried to get a list of locations on their website, but it only lets you click on a map and guess to see if there is a location. Ha. I saw some in Nashville, but guess that’s the closest ones, huh?

    • 3 is the max number of duplicate coupons per transaction for my store as well. I live in SC and the closest Harris Teeter to me is Hendersonville, NC. Also, be very careful about buying your 20 items and trying to go back for more at the same store in the same day. My store has REALLY cracked down on this. Last time I wanted to buy 20 items on my card and 20 items on mom’s since she couldn’t come with me that day(she was taking care of my uncle who has cancer). Anyway, they sort of raised a stink about it but since it was a different card, different name, different address, they let me do it but I don’t think the cashier was really happy about it.

    • obxgizzie

      I live on the Outer Banks of N.C. we can use 4 of the same coupons, my
      problem is that some times they don’t do the triples. Being a tourist
      town the locals get lost in the shuffle.
      I want to THANK You for such a wonderful site and all you put into it.
      It is really helpful!!!

    • Thank you for all the info and help, I’ll purchase the BOGO items all seperate…thanks again!

    • awesome list! thanks so much!

    • M Rose

      Can’t wait to try this for the first time…we’ll see!! Thanks Jenny for a WONDERFUL job as usual!!!

    • Elizabeth

      I’ve never had a problem with HT on the BOGO using two coupons because they charge you half price for each item. So, when you look at your receipt, you see that you pay something for each item. There’s no full price item and a free item. Because of this, I ended up with 75 cent boxes of cereal last time around.

    • Shirley (NC)

      Watch your item count closely. The register will not let you know if you have more than 20 items. It will just give you the coupon value not even double.

    • Kelli

      Thank you for the time and energy you put into this every day! I have told everyone I know about this cite and think it is awesome!

      On a coupon that says 1.50 off of 2, can I get one and get .75 off and then triple that? Sorry if I confused you.

      • Jenny


        The coupon value is for 2 products so you have to buy 2 to use it. It doesn’t know how to only use half in the computer system.

    • Samantha

      I know this question has been asked before but I keep getting different answers! If I have an internet printable coupon that starts with a 5, but says “do not double or triple” – will it double or triple automatically? Would the cashier have to undouble it manually?

      I hate to press my luck, so I’ve never even tried. I have noticed that catalina coupons will double when I take them to Lowe’s foods, so I am asking this again.

      HT has given me some great deals lately. They do stick to tripling 3 of one item per shopping trip, FYI, here in the Raleigh NC area.

    • Kellie

      Hey Jenny, Just so you know- there is a Harris Teeter is Florence- just thought you might want to make plans to check it out when you come to town. It is not far from Church at Sandhurst.

    • Lindsey

      So, is your spending tracked by your card use (like CVS)? So, if you tried to use the same card, two times a day, at two different stores, it would still only allow you the 20 coupons?

      Or is it more like a Kroger card, where you just need it to get the price, but the card doesn’t “know” to restrict you.

      If I were to go to 2 different stores in one day, would I need to use 2 different cards?

      I’ve never been to Harris Teeter before since it is on the far side of town for me, but I will be right near it this week for an appointment. So, I’d really like to go to both in the area, if I can. Make the most of the trip.

    • Rosalind

      does anyone have a link to see the actual ad??? Possibly one for nc or one for boone nc more specific? Closest place to me!!!

    • OMGosh, I am going to save SO much money tomorrow! Thank you so much for this awesome list!!

    • Ash

      Acording to the Express Lane Grande tortilla chips are $3, so they would be 75 cents after Q’s.

    • Christine

      I was engaged to a Harris Teeter manager, and one of my best friends currently works in management there, so let me clarify some of their coupon policies:

      It is company policy not to double or triple internet (printable) coupons. Some store managers will anyway, but don’t count on it.

      It shouldn’t matter if a coupon says “do not double or triple” unless it also won’t scan. I had this problem awhile back with Hot Pockets coupons cut from the box – they had no bar code at all and had to be manually entered. Management refused to double these because they also said “do not double.” If they had scanned, the computer would have automatically doubled/tripled them. Make sense?

      Company policy only accepts 1 coupon on buy 1, get 1 free deals. If it’s buy 2, get 3 free, you can use 2. In other words, no coupons accepted on the “free” item.

      BOGO items ring up half price, so you only have to buy 1.

      I’ve never had any problem making multiple shopping trips in one day, tripling 20 coupons in each trip. The VIC card doesn’t seem to “track” you in this way.

      Hope this helps!

    • Ash

      The Edge shave gel and the skintimate shave gel – I *believe* the full sizes are still going to be on sale for 2.00. So the full size would also be free with the 75 cent insert coupons!

      Also the Shamrock milk “mmmilk” will be free with newspaper insert coupon.

    • Ash

      Also – according to the Express Lane the pringles are not on sale. So they would be 50 cents, not free. Or am I missing some inside info?
      Hope that helps!

    • Jessie

      I just LOVE your site but I had a question for you… where do you find the ad so early?? I would love to make my grocery list the night before :) Thanks!!

    • I am not sure where you get all your info, but I have been shopping HT for over 2 years now. I have a lot of coupon knowledge that may help you answer some questions, since you don’t actually have a HT nearby. Check out my blog or email me if you are interested. I would be happy to help!

    • Ash

      Also – I don’t think that the Hot Pockets Paninis are going to be on sale. According the the HT Express Lane website they are currently 3.59 which means with a 75 cent coupon they would be $1.34 and not free.
      I think I am using the Express Lane correctly. I was told that the sale prices start the day before at 3pm on the HT express lane since you can’t place a same day order after 3pm.
      Jenny thanks so much for all you do!

    • ET

      Michelle, I am not certain of other areas in GA, but Kroger bought out the HT’s in metro Atlanta some years ago. I did a search on their web site when I got the map like you did by typing in my zip code and searched for a 50 mile radius but got no results.

    • I think a lot of the items like Pringles and Hot Pockets, were listed as free on many sites because they were on sale, but aren’t any more…you can always check Express Lane on HT’s official site for your local store prices….if your store doesn’t have one (it’s technically for ordering your groceries online then going to the store to pick them up, but you can also use it to look up prices!), you can enter in a zip code for a nearby one, or any store really!

    • Adrienne


      I know there is a HT in Saint Simons Island, GA, not sure where you are, but this is near Brunswick (SE GA).

    • VeronicaB

      Does anyone know what HT in the Mount Pleasant area does triple coupons with printed ones? The one by the Ravenel Bridge won’t triple printed ones.

    • VeronicaB

      *Mt Pleasant, SC area.


    • Back from run…watch the PRINGLES in Rock Hill they were priced wrong and I am going back later…Did a good RUN!! Took hubby and sister in law used same VIC card three orders spent about $8 dollars..got 3 bottles of Jack Daniels BBQ sauce- HT
      6 bottles of Spray n wash- HT
      3 bottles of Glass Plus-HT
      1 Wishbone Balsamic – HT (sister in law likes it and she did her first COUPON run with me today.)
      2 Tobasco sauces
      4 bags of Mahatma RICE- HT
      3 bottles of mustard- HT (like we need this)
      2 bags of WACKY MAC- HT (will give to someone)
      20 cups of HEFTY cups- HT
      2 cans of Pringles-HT (got jipped going back for my change)
      2 boxes of Lipton- HT
      20 packs of Kool-Aid-HT

      Total HT trip $8 and some change

    • Ambra H

      Wow Travise, you did great! I was unable to go this morning and sent my hubby… he made the mistake of paying $2 each for the Grande chips (we didn’t have the 75 cent coupon, only the $1 one). He bought 3 of those, so that’s $6 plus tax I’ll have to get back later.

      Also, maybe someone has already mentioned this above but at my store in Nashville the Wacky Mac was BOGO at $1.59, so we paid 9 cents for 2.

    • VeronicaB

      They only allow 20 triple coupons per transaction, but can you have more coupons in that transaction that cannot be multiplied?
      (Ex: Twenty -.50 coupons and five -1.00 coupons.)

    • Virginia

      Christine – it used to be that the policy stated that they would not to double or triple internet (printable) coupons, but the policy was revised not too long ago and that wording has been taken out:

      -Internet Coupons
      -We gladly accept internet manufacturer’s coupons for product; however no “free” product internet coupons are accepted.
      -With the purchase of two like manufacturer’s products, we accept two internet coupons, per store, per day.
      -We do not accept internet coupons that do not appear to be originals or that won’t scan.

      It does not say that they will not double or triple them, so as long as the coupon starts w/ a ‘5’ it will triple automatically if scanned. If it states ‘do not double or triple’ then they do have the right to enter it manually and not allow it to multiply, but in my experience *most* stores do not bother with that and just ‘scan and go’. If it *does not* state ‘do not double or triple’, then under the new policy you have the right to insist that they double ot triple the coupon since it is no longer prohibitted. Sometimes it is helpful to actually have a copy of store’s coupon policies to refer to (I have had to refer a MANAGER at Wal-mart to his own company coupon policy once before LOL). Here’s HT’s official published coupon policy, for anyone interested:

    • Samantha

      Yes, you can have any number of non tripling coupons after those first 20. I am not sure whether they limit these to 3 like coupons or not – I know they do for triples.

    • Katy

      Did my run on the way to work this morning. Spent $8 and got…

      2 bags of Mahatma Rice (my son loves it, so made it even better!)
      2 packs of Hefty foam plates
      2 boxes of Lipton tea bags
      2 bottles of French’s Worcestershire sauce
      2 bottles French’s mustard
      2 cans Swanson chicken
      1 pack of French’s fried onions
      1 bag of Snyder’s pretzels
      2 Suave deodorants

      Thanks for everything that you do! I started couponing recently after my husband took a pay cut to have weekends off to spend more time with me and our 21 month old son. We now save more than we ever did and spend more quality time together. A win-win!

    • Terri

      I did a early run this a.m.

      80 ct Hefty trash bags (used FREE up to $9 coupon that Hefty mailed to me for emailing a compliment to them)
      Mahatma rice
      2 Mahatma yellow rice
      2 Glass Plus
      3 Wacky Mac
      5 Edge shave gels
      3 Skintimate shave gels
      4 Mitchum deodorants
      1.79 lb country style pork ribs (used $3 off pork from Budweiser)

      Total before coupons/Vic card = $82.72
      Total after coupons/Vic card = $1.82 ($1.31 of that was tax!)

    • This may be the wrong place to ask, and I hope someone can help me, but there are many times where only one coupon is listed on this list, and the cost of the item is much higher than the coupon value, but the list states that the item is basically free. How does that work? Does the clerk scan the same coupon 3 times, or should I have gotten 3 copies back when the coupon was distributed? Can you help me out here?

      • Jenny


        This week each coupon .99 cents or less will be tripled in value. So a .75/1 coupon would be worth $2.25 off!!

    • MC

      Can someone please help me with the coupon printer from coupons.com?
      Everytime I try to download this thing, it does nothing. I run the file, I save the file, and still when I try to print, it says that I must install it first. I cannot make it work! Help!

    • Melissa

      Veronica- In my experience, they have doubled/tripled 20 coupons and then they still took the ones over 1.00 that wouldn’t be doubled/tripled anyway. Hope that helps. :)

    • KJ

      MC – you might try restarting your computer and/or Web browser to see if that works

    • Outer Banks (Kitty Hawk & Kill Devil Hills) are NOT Tripling I had to find this out the hard way. I have also noticed that alot of the sale items are not the same as the OBX HT. Does anyone know why this is?

    • MC

      OK, never mind. It was my security software – what a pain. I was finally able to make it print.

    • Samantha

      Ashley, I go from Raleigh area to the Outer Banks every year and notice the deals are never as good out there. I think the managers of that HT are allowed to set their own “tourist” prices. I think I will be bringing a big back of free/nearly free snack items when we come out there in a couple of weeks!

    • Dixie

      The keebler printable from a while back for .55 works for the BOGO cookies today also and triples.

    • Amy

      Jenny Jenny Jenny! Thank you so much for this!! I was able to take a little time to get ready yesterday for shopping and ROCKED OUT Harris Teeter this morning!!

      Total Order: Just under $100.00 (had to go to 2 different locations)
      Total OOP: $6.57!!

      *~*PLUS*~* My Harris Teeter has finally started carrying the MENTOS gum for $1.49! I had 4 coupons for $0.55, so I got all 4 of them for free! I was so excited about this trip that I was dancing and screaming “WHOOOO-HOOOO!!” all the way to my car, and I’m sure I looked like a LoonyToon, but I didn’t care!


    • Dixie

      there is also a .75 coupon in our RP 5/10 for McCormick–pepper, onion, and garlic

    • melody

      I live in eastern NC, and our HT triples internet coupons as well as others. They also take competitors’ coupons, such as Target and Food Lion, and I have been able to stack and get some crazy deals. The limit at my store is 20 tripled a day per VIC card, no limit on other coupons. I’ve never had a problem with them taking two coupons with B1G1’s!! I never shopped HT until I started couponing, and I have to say, our store has the most polite and friendly customer service associates I’ve encountered anywhere in a really long time–great deals and a pleasant shopping environment—just doesn’t get any better than that!!

      Thanks for all the great info!!

    • Jessica

      Hi All,
      Been a couponer for years, but recently moved to SC and just found your website a couple of weeks ago…LOVE it! This may be common knowledge, but thought I would share something that happened at HT today. Weight Watchers yogurt is on sale for $0.64 each and I had a $0.55/3 coupon. So…happily added these to my purchase. However, at checkout, got the first $0.55 off and then when it went to double/triple, it only took off another $0.09, up to the total price of the first yogurt. Customer service said the computer system isn’t set up to apply the double/triple to the other two yogurts and limits the redemption to the full purchase price of the first item. This was news to me and thought I would pass it along :)

    • Ash

      WOW! I did 4 trips today (I went one time to 4 different HT’s).
      I spent a total of $42.xx and I saved over $300!!!!!!!! My last trip included several non-coupon items (produce) which is why my OOP ending up being $42 for all 4 trips.
      I had the entire van full of groceries – for only $42!
      I forgot to purchase a few items though, but I don’t plan on driving back to HT since they are pretty far away. Overall, it was an awesome coupon run!

    • Karen

      Dude, Go to the new kids in line that have long hair and bad skin. They will have no idea what is going on.Give them lot’s of coupons with a kotex one on the bottom. The kids will redeme all of them so they don’t have to call the manager over.This work’s like a charm.

    • nancy

      I did my run today. I bought only what was free. Then the cashier said she owed me .37 cents. I laughed thinking she was not going to pay me. she called the customer service. They said I had to buy something else to finish the transaction. So I used my .75cent Q for paper towels. making it oop 1.39 for a lot of freebies.
      And they had a blinkie printing out bogo hersheys candy. So if you all see a place for this usefull coupon. I toke a hand full. I go in to the store to use Q and come out with more Qs.

    • nancy

      roseling did you see the lows add today there are Qs Kelloges cereal 1.79 each. I should be able to stack the $1 off Qs for only opp .79.

    • Karen- LOL!!

    • Virginia

      Karen, what is the significance to the “kotex one on the bottom”?

    • nancy

      The Q for 75 cents off will redeam automaticly to equal 2.25 off when ht thripples. you only need on Q of 75 cents off to value at 2.25. Then computer will take care of it. Read the beginners area for more info.

    • Julie

      The prices at my HT in Cary, NC are almost always more expensive than what you post. I’m fairly new at couponing so I was still very excited that my bill went from $89 down $31 (I stocked up on some of the B1G1 London broil). Hopefully, as I get better at it, I’ll be able to do what the ladies above do and get everything for free! :-)

    • annie

      i went to harris teeter in shelby yesterday.they are really strict on their coupons.(like the money you save is coming out of there pockets)my cashier was really rude too.i got some good deals but the attitude makes me not want to go back

    • Aubrey

      I see some “Triangle” are shoppers on here. Does anyone have any experience with Durham HT’s? I’m new to this, but I’m “armed and dangerous”, ready to go tonight to save! Just wondering if anyone in the Durham, NC area has encountered any problems/concerns.

    • Sophia

      the VIC card DOES track your visits and you will be locked out after 5 visits in one day. Same store or different stores, doesn’t matter.

    • kim

      okay made a run today to 3 different HT. I did good but not as good as some of you. I bought 215.00 worth of groceries for 50.00. NOt bad but would love to know how you get the overage in the HT I went to the computer automatically did not give me the overage on the coupons. For example edge shaving cream was 2/$4 had a .75q with it tripled it would bee 2.25 an overage of .25 but my HT would only give me up to the price the item was not the overage. Was hoping to use the overage on items I needed and did not have coupons for:( If someone can explain please do.


    • VA

      I want to give a big “Thank You” to the lady I met at Harris Teeter (Danville) this morning which referred me to this great web site! :)

    • Phillis

      Went to HT in Nashville yesterday. What a disaster! Cashier missed two of my coupons and 4 did not multiply correctly. Went back today and got my money back for the shortage. They are very picky about their coupons. Overall purchased around $46 in groceries for $8. Not worth the hassel and two trips at 25 miles one way. I think I will stick to Publix and overages !!!

    • Kathi

      I went to HT yesterday. First time. Got home and realized only scanned 21 of my 23 coupons. I realized that some I would only get face value for and that was okay. Spent $19.00 got refunded $2.25.

      Tried again today and 4 of my 75cent coupons did not triple. Got a refund. 3 of my 55 cent coupons did not triple. The Smuckers coupons say do not double and they won’t. It’s at the top of the coupon, hard to find. Only used 20 coupons today. Took a long long long time to correct this, not a good experience. I won’t go back. Too much trouble. Publix is way more customer friendly.

    • Virginia

      Kim – HT does not give overage anymore. Back when I started couponing almost 2 years ago, we automatically got overage up to the regular price of the item, but sadly they have reprogrammed their systems to not allow overage. Their ‘system’ works about 99.9% of the time. There are a few rare instances when you can get overages, (very unusual and not necessarily reliable, b/c if the cashier ‘catches’ it they have the right to adjust the coupon to only be worth the value of the item), and also some instances during BOGO sales when a coupon for one item will sometimes ‘roll’ to help pay part of the balance of a second of the same item. Unfortunately you cannot expect to get ‘real’ overage at HT the majority of the time.

    • MaddiesMom

      I did a small run this morning in Concord since I was on my way to work. I got the spray and wash deal, the glass plus, Dawn deal too. They were out of the mustard, out of the rice, out of the Hefty cups, and out of the sour cream and wacky mac :( I will try again tomorrow I guess. Still walked out 1 buck out of pocket on the Smuckers ice cream topping. Not a bad day, but wanted better.

    • Wayne

      Saw in another post, that there is a 5 visit limit to the Harris Teeters. Let me tell you my experience. As I said I work at Bloom. A coworker and I went to the HT in Indian Land, SC . After my friend went through once and I went through, He was going for his second trip through. After I got organized, went behind him in line. When he started checking out, the Customer service Manager, said we couldnt go through and get our items tripled. She stated that the computer would not do that. I stated that it was the policy that is the reason we can’t get that trip tripled. she said yes but the system wouldnt let us do it. So we said forget about it and walked out upset she lied! Later that day My Fiancee and I went to the HT in Fort Mill/Tega Cay, SC and my vic card worked and tripled fine! So I called HT customer service and they said they apolgize for her lying but stood by her enforcing the policy. ****They did say starting in early June your vic card will only work in any store one time a day!!! ***** So next triple coupon HT week please comment this message!

    • VeronicaB

      Thanks you guys! I’m going tomorrow with my second attempt at HT triples. Hope I can save a lot!

    • MC

      Does anyone know how to get the Purex coupon to print? When I went on that websire, it says enter email to get coupon. I entered twice and still have not received a coupon. I go all around the site, but it won’t let me print. I wanted to get the Wisk, but it is not on sale at my locations (South Charlotte). I did go to two different locations yesterday and was able to triple 20 coupons at each. I spent $33 on a total of $123 – I was very happy! I am so grateful for this website. I have shared with many people and they love it just as much as me! Thanks for your hard work!

    • Karen

      Comment number 52 was left in my name by my husband! He’s a real joker! I wish I could tell you the significance of the kotex, but I don’t know either!

    • Virginia

      Ok, thanks, I was afraid that comment might not have been kosher, but I get it now. :)

    • Annemarie

      I got my huge bags of puppy chow bogo, and I got to use 2 $3.50 off coupons I spent $22 on 4 bags that were 17+lbs each. That is a great deal for dog food.

    • Kathi

      Okay, I did go back to Harris Teeter and brought my Aunt with me. We went late at night and had a ball. I explained to the late night cashier my earlier coupon problems and he was wonderful. He let me verify each coupon. It was the Levelor brand coupons that were not tripling and he adjusted each one and smiled as he did it.

      We saved tons of money, it was quiet and empty and they were stocking the shelves and very, very helpful.

      I will only shop late at night there now. Thank you for this wonderful website!

    • Jenny,

      Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Your lists make it so much easier for me to shop at Food Lion each week. I am a full-time working mother and time is so precious. Your Harris Teeter triples matchups helped me purchase $214 in groceries for only $82 this week. I’ll admit about $40 of this order was for things that weren’t on the triples list. Here’s my blog post from that trip. http://peterpansfrugalmusings.blogspot.com/2009/05/harris-teeter-triple-coupons-53008.html Feel free to delete if this is not the appropriate forum.

      Keep up the great work! I recommend your site to all my friends.


    • Katrina

      Has anyone one matched the 5/31 inserts with HT for this week? I already saved a ton of money this week, but was thinking of going back before Tuesday if it is worth it. The only thing is, I just got into couponing this week and feel like I have sold my soul to it and if I spend more time looking up prices on Express Lane, I think I will become totally certifiable. So if anyone has already gone to the trouble . . . , can you share? (My inserts came from Charlotte, NC.)

      Can someone reassure me that once I get a “system” that it will be a lot faster to plan my trips, etc.

    • Katrina-
      Yes a system will help. I do like Jenny the moderator and site owner teach classes…I am in Rock Hill…so local to you. Jenny is great and her site is also…it may be Tuesday or even Wednesday before you will have the updated matchups…what are you using for storage of your coupons. Take a look at my BLOG or site when you have time. http://www.LeaveTheJonesAlone.com
      I can promise the system speeds you up, but I can also promise this is very addictive!!!

    • Misty

      Just a heads up from an inside source. I have several friends who work at Harris Teeters and from what I hear management has been noticing the misuse of the VIC cards. They said people will go in and sign up their kids for VIC cards or use false addresses so they can go through the line numerous times with different cards. They are going to start monitoring people who carry items to their car and then go back in for more. They are also limiting the number of items they stock on the shelves. I don’t know if this is just local, but I am hoping they don’t stop the tripling because of the misuse of cards. I love this site and love how it promotes keeping things legal. My management friends even say they like how the site promoted the proper use of the coupons. Just keep in mind that even though the card lets you go back numerous times a day to various locations, it’s ultimately the store and the cashiers who get into trouble.

    • Hi!
      I have went to Harris Teeter twice this week and my savings were absolutely amazing with triple coupons!!! However, today when I went back to the store because they have been out of Wacky Mac, Lipton Tea Bags and Texas Toast…they gave me rain checks but said that they will not triple the coupons. I am so irriated by this because, my thought, is that if they are out of the products during the “triple coupons” then they should still honor the “triple coupons” up to a certain time period when they restock. I asked when they get a shipment in and she said she had no idea. ???

      Anyone run into this problem or know the policy for Harris Teeter?

      Thanks so much!

    • I just noticed a problem with my HT receipts. I’ve been going once per day since triples started because I am stockpiling the Purina dog food… it’s a great deal! I’ve been using 20 or less coupons each visit… not going to multiple stores… completely obeying their coupon policies.

      I decided to look over my receipts after mentally tallying my purchases and getting a higher total at checkout a couple of times. I realized that about 50% of the cashiers I go to did not scan all of my coupons… but they never informed me, and they put them all in their drawer. That makes me mad… at least give me back my coupon! I only know this because I count my coupons before I get to the register and I keep a tally of how many I’m using. Because they don’t match up the coupons to the products they’re being used on on the receipt, I have no idea which coupon did not scan… and I really have no proof that they didn’t use all of my coupons except for my little tally.

      Grrr… Again, I’m getting really great deals, so I don’t want to make a big fuss over something that might make them rethink their triples week… but seriously, I’ve started waiting in really long lines for cashiers that I know take the time to scan all of my coupons, rather than risk going to someone who doesn’t care.

    • Jenn

      Adrienne, you should watch them scan your coupons closely count the number of coupons on your receipt immediately. I always ask the cashier, in the friendliest voice “just let me know if any don’t go through!” Trying to let them know that I will be watching! If you can figure out which items probably don’t have a coupon attached, I’d go return the items! But that is me, I refuse to paaaay for an item that should be free! ;)

    • Kathie

      i think that we need to remember that HT is not doing us a favor by running triple coupons. They are a large corporation, who are running these specials because it gives them #1) more business, and #2) an “up” on the competition. I woudl worry about making a “big fuss”. You know the HT “rules” as far as their coupons are concerned. If you’re in doubt, email/call their corporate office. To us, as individual shoppers, we feel like we can’t/won’t make a difference, but I can tell you, as a businses owner of two businesses, each and every customer counts. They are offering a service to us. We shouldn’t take advantage of this — I’m not advocating this, at all. But I don’t feel badly about pointing out mistakes. Sometimes it’s an oversight of the cashier (after a long shift of us “triple couponers”) or just a glitch in the system.

      The reality– if they don’t meet your needs, either with coupons or without, they will lose your business. And then you might mention it your friend… who might then also chose another grocery store.

      These big business are keenly aware of the effects of one person.

      However, I personally don’t like going back in four times with the same coupons… (though i don’t really get why they have a problem — they are getting money for the product, and money for the coupon…) however, I try and be “ethical”… as it shows my daughters how I would hope they live their lives…

      Dno’t worry… it all works out in the wash… and hopefully with a great sale on Laundry detergent, eh?