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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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These deals start Wednesday 11/4 at Harris Teeter.  I will only post an early ad for one thing and that is triples.  I hope this helps you get ready.  For the full list of regular priced free or good deals go here.  The prices below are using the online system for TN locations.  (It’s whatever state I pick that day).


1. You do not have to buy 2 of the B1G1 items, each item will ring up half price.
2. Coupons are tripled 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.

e-vic Item

  • HT Sugar 5 lb bag 99¢  (limit 1)

Buy One Get One

  • Ocean Spray Craisins Buy 2, Get 3 Free at $2.79
    -$1 off Craisins on bottles of Ocean Spray Juice
    (use 2, buy 5, makes it 71
    ¢ ea)
  • HT Fresh Boneless Chicken Breast
  • Smithfield Boneless Whole Pork Tenderlion
    -$1 off Smithfield Marinated Pork product October All You Magazine
  • Coca-Cola Products 12 pk. 12 oz. cans
  • Campbell’s Cream of Chicken or Mushroom Soups 69¢ ea
    -.25/3, or .30/3, .Campbell’s Condensed Cream Soups, SS 9/20 (makes it 39¢ to 44¢ ea)
    -$1/2 Campbell’s Cooking Soups printable (makes it 19¢ ea)
  • Fresh Foods Market pre-sliced Meats & Cheeses
  • Crisco Vegetable Oil, 48 oz. at $4.49 ($2.24)
    -$1 off any Crsico Product RP 11/8 (upcoming)
    -.55/1 off any Crisco Product RP 11/8 (makes it 59¢)
  • Pillsbury Cake Mix, 18.25 oz., at $1.99 (99¢)
  • HT Fresh Italian Style Pork Sausage
  • HT Traders Pasta Sauce, 16-26 oz. at $3.99 ($1.99)
  • Fresh Foods Market Filone Breads at $3.79 ($1.89)
  • Fresh Foods Market La Brea Italian Bread
  • Garden Protein Shreds, Skewers, Tuscan Breast or Santa Fe
  • Tuttorosso Tomatoes 28-35 oz. $2.19-$2.59 ($1.09-$1.29)
  • Del Monte Green Beans, Corn or Peas 15-15.25 oz. Cans at $1.25 (62¢)
    -$1/5 Del Monte Canned Vegetables RP 9/20 (makes it 42¢ ea)
  • Duke’s Mayonnaise 32 oz., at $4.19 ($2.09)
    .55/1 Duke’s Mayonnaise printable (makes it 44¢)
  • Zesta Crackers 16 oz., at $3.19 ($1.59)
  • Swanson Chicken Broth 14 oz., at $1.14 (57¢)
    -.40/3 Swanson Broth Can, 14 oz+ SS 9/27 (exp 11/08) (makes it 17¢ ea)
  • Campbell’s Gravy 10.25 oz., at $1.29 (64¢)
    -.50/3 Campbell’s Gravy SS 10/11 (makes it 14¢ ea)
    -.50/4 Campbell’s Gravy SS 10/11
  • Skippy Peanut Butter 40 oz., at $5.99 ($2.99)
    -.40/1 Skippy Peanut Butter RP 10/04
    -.75/1 Skippy Peanut Butter RP 10/04 (makes it 24¢)
    -.75/2 Skippy Peanut Butter RP 10/04
  • Doritos 12 oz. at $3.99 ($1.99)
  • MBA Smart Ground Chicken 16 oz. at $5.99 ($2.99)
  • Birds Eye Voila Meals 21 oz. at $4.99 ($2.49)
  • Barber Foods Chicken Cordon Bleu 6ct., 30 oz., at $13.99 ($6.99)
    -$1 off Barber Chicken product SS 10/04
  • Mama Lucia Italian Meatballs 25.6 oz. at $7.99 ($3.99)
  • Kozy Shack Puddings 22 oz. at $3.38 ($1.69)
    -$1/2 Kozy Shack Products SS 10/04, 8/23
    -.35/1 Kozy Shack Product SS 10/04, 8/23
    -.55/1 Kozy Shack Product August All You Mag or SS 8/16 (makes it 4¢)
  • Sunny Delight 64 oz., at $1.95 (97¢)
  • Pillsbury Browine Mix $2.39 ($1.19)
    -$1/2 Pillsbury Brownie Mixes RP 11/8 (upcoming)
    (I would expect value variations that might be better for triples)
  • White Lily Flour at $2.99 ($1.49)
  • Martha White Muffin Mix at $1.19 (59¢)
    -.55/2 Martha White Baking Mixes, RP 8/09 (makes it FREE)
    -.55/2 Marth White Mixs RP 11/8
    -$1/4 Martha White Mixes RP 11/8
  • Glade Candles 4 oz., at $3.59 ($1.79)
    -$1.50/2 Glade Candles SS 9/20, 11/1 (makes it $1.04)
  • Sensations Dinner Napkins, 40 ct. at $3.29 ($1.64)
  • HT Alkaline Batteries 24 ct. AA
  • Gravy Train Dog Food, 17.6 lb bag at $11.69 ($5.84)
  • 9 Lives Cat Food 3.15-3.5 lb bag at $5.08  ($2.54)
    -.75/1 9Lives Cat Food, 3.15 lbs.+ RP 10/25 (makes it 29¢ ea)
  • Milk-Bone Dog Biscuits 20-26 oz. at $4.29 ($2.14)
    -$2/2 Milk Bone Snacks 26oz or less RP 9/20
  • Dingo Mini Bones Rawhides, 7ct. at $12.99 ($6.49)
  • Pup-Peroni Dog Snacks 5.6-7 oz. at $4 ($2)
    -$1 off Pup-Peroni printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Fresh Step Scoop Cat Litter 20-21 lb $12.15 ($6.07)

Other Deals


  • Washington State Extra Large Apples 99¢ lb
  • Florida Nave Oranges 8 lb bag $4.99 ea
  • Fresh Express Salad Mix $3 ea
    -.55/2 Fresh Express Blends SS 10/04 or printable (makes it $2.17 ea)
  • Fresh Bunch Broccoli $2 ea


  • HT 80% Lean Fresh Ground Beef  $1.59 lb
  • Smithfied Premium Sliced Bacon 12-16 oz., $3 ea
    -.55/1 Smithfield Bacon, SS 10/25 (makes it $1.35)
  • Smithfield Pork Spare Ribs $1.99 lb
  • Lamb Chops $3.97 lb
  • HT Premium Tom Turkey 18-22 lb Frozen 89¢ lb
  • Culver Brand Whole Frozen Duck $2.49 lb
  • HT Rancher Beef Marinated Petite Tender Filet $4.99 lb
  • EZ Peel Shrimp 51-60 ct. $3.99 lb


  • Mayfield Ice Cream 48 oz., $2.97
  • Bridgford Money Bread 16 oz $3.49
    -.50/1 Bridgford Monkey Bread November All You Magazine
    -.55/1 Bridgford Monkey Bread printable (makes it $1.84)
  • SuperPretzel 16 oz., $2.50 ea
    -.50/1 Super Pretzel RP 10/18 or printable (makes it $1)
  • Jimmy Dean Sausage Breakfast Bowl, $1.99
    -$1/2 Jimmy Dean Bowls RP 10/04, 8/30, or 11/1
    -$1 off Jimmy Dean Bowls RP 8/30
    (makes it 99¢)


  • HT Large White Eggs 1 dozen 99¢
  • Dannon Yogurt, 6oz cups 40¢
    -$1/10 Dannon Yogurt SS 10/25, 9/27
    -.60/6 Dannon Yogurts SS 10/25, 9/27
    (makes it 20¢ ea)
  • Almond Breeze Milk 64oz. $2.50 ea
    -.55/1 Almond Breeze SS 9/13
    -.75/1 Almond Breeze SS 8/23 (makes it 25¢)
  • Stonyfield Yogurt 32 oz., $2.99
    -.75/1 Stonyfield Yogurt printable (makes it 74¢)


  • Aquarius Water 24 pk. $2.99
  • Powerade 32 oz. $1 ea
    -.75/2 Powerade tearpad found in various stores and gas stations (makes it FREE)
  • Sobe Lifewater 20 oz. $1 ea
    -.25/1 Sobe Lifewater printable(makes it 25¢ ea)
  • 7 Up or Diet 7 Up 2 Liter $1 ea


  • Pillsbury All Purpose Flour 5 lb bag 99¢ ea
  • Kashi Heart to Heart Cereal 12.4-13.4 oz. $3 ea
    -$1 off Kashi Cereal coupon on select boxes
  • Quaker Oatmeal 10.9-16.2 oz., $2 ea
    -$1.25/2 Quaker Oatmeal RP 8/30
  • Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks 4-9 oz., $2 ea
    -.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks SS 9/13 (makes it $1.25 ea)
    -$1/3 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks SS 9/13
  • Carnation Instant Breakfast 12.6 oz., $3.99
    -.75/1 Carnation Instant Breakfasts SS 9/13 (makes it $1.74)
    -$1 off Carnation Instant Breakfasts
  • Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts 22 oz., $2.50 ea
    -.55/1 Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, 8 ct. + RP 9/13
    (makes it 85¢ ea)
    -.55/1 Pop Tarts Gingerbread flavor printable (IE) or printable (FF)
  • Murray Ginger Snaps 16 oz., $1.99 ea
    -$1/2 Murray Sugar Free Cookies RP 9/20
  • Snyder’s Pretzels 16 oz $2.50 ea
    -$2 off Snyder’s Pretzels wyb Bud Light Beer tear pad
    -$1/2 Snyder’s Pretzels October Good Housekeeping Magazine
  • Snyder’s Tortilla Chips 16 oz. $2.50 ea
    -$1.50/2 Snyder’s of Hanover Tortilla Chips 16oz.
    Upromise eCoupon
  • Pilllsbury Cake Frosting $1.33 ea
    -$1/2 Pillsbury Frostings RP 11/8 (makes it 83
    ¢ ea)
  • Jif Peanut Butter 28 oz., $3.49
    -$1/2 Jif Peanut Butter and Smuckers RP 11/8
  • Hungry Jack Pancake Mix $1.97
    -$1/2 Hungry Jack Syrup or Mixes RP 11/8 (makes it $1.47)
  • Hungry Jack Syrup $2.99
    -$1/2 Hungry Jack Syrups or Mixes RP 11/8
  • Smuckers Preserves 12 oz. $2
    -$1 off Smuckers Orchards Finest Preserves RP 11/8 (if included)
    -$1/2 Jif Peanut Butter and Smuckers RP 11/8
  • Folgers Coffee 27.8-33.9 oz. can $5.99
    -$1 off Folgers RP 11/8


  • Bounty Towels 6-8 Rolls $6.99 ea
    -.25/1 Bounty Towel or Napkin, PG 11/1
    $2 saved for college wyb Bounty 6pk towels Upromise eCoupon

    (after coupon and Upromise makes it $4.24)
  • Charmin Bathroom Tissue 12 big rolls $5.99 ea
    -.25/1 off Charmin PG 11/1
    -$1 off Charmin 9 roll + Save-A-Lot PG Booklet (manuf coupon)
    -$1 off Charmin Plus Lotion any size package
    Upromise eCoupon
  • Tide Laundry Detergent 50 oz., $5.99
    -$1 off Tide Detergent PG 11/1
  • Downy Ultra Free 34 oz., $3.99
    -.40/1 Downy any Liquid or Sheets PG 11/1
    (makes it $2.79)
  • Dawn Dish Detergent 19-24 oz., $1.99
    -.25/1 Dawn Soap PG 11/1
    -.50/1 Dawn Hand Renewal PG 11/1 (if included)
    (makes it 49¢)
  • Cascade Gel 75 oz., $3.99
    -$1/2 Cascade Detergent PG 11/1
    -.75/1 Cascade Gel Save-A-Lot PG Booklet (manuf coupon)
    (makes it $1.74)
  • Febreze Fabric Refresher 27 oz., $3.99
    -$2/2 Febreze Refresher PG 11/1
    -.50/1 Frebreze Refresher “Home Made Simple” booklet
    (makes it $2.49)
  • Febreze Air Effects 9.7 oz., $2.50
    -$1 off Febreze Air Effects PG 11/1
    -.50/1 Febreze Air Effects “Home Made Simple” booklet
    (makes it $1)
  • Febreze Candles 1 ct. $5.99
    -$2 off Febreze Candle PG 11/1
  • Bounce Dryer Bar $3.99
    -.50/1 Bounce Dryer Bar PG 11/1
    (makes it $2.49)
  • Tide Stain Release Booster 18 ct., $4.99
    -.50/1 Tide Stain Release PG 11/1 (makes it $3.49)
  • Windex Cleaner 26 oz., $1.99
    -.55/1 Windex product November Ladies Home Journal, Red Book, Woman’s Day or Parenting

    (makes it 34¢)
  • Scrubbing Bubbles 22 oz. $2.50
    -.75/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaner, SS 11/1
    (makes it 24¢)
    -$1 off Scrubbing Bubbles SS 11/1
  • Scrubbing Bubbles Automated Shower Cleaner $9.99
    -$3 off Scrubbing Bubbles Automated Cleaner Kit SS 11/1
  • Scrubbing Bubbles Automated Cleaner Refill 34 oz., $2.99
    -$2/2 SAcrubbing Bubbles Automated Refills SS 11/1

Posted in the Grocery Gathering at BeCentsAble.

    • Sabrina

      Thanks Jenny! You’re amazing.

    • chris

      thanks for all the work!!

    • Jen M

      I am new to couponing and I was wondering if stores will take printed coupons on different colors of paper? I have a bunch of scrap sheets I need to use. Thanks!

      • Tracy T

        I have done that before with no problem. I even printed on the ‘used’ side of colored paper & as long as the bar code is readable, they take it.

        • Jen M

          Thank you so much for letting me know..that is great, I was wondering what I could do with all those peices of colored paper.

      • Shannon

        I have done it as well without any problems.

    • Bridget I

      Some of the printable coupons (like the progresso broth carton) say that they cannot be doubled or tripled. Will they or not?

      • Jason

        Not at my HT they won’t. But it depends on how lax your cashiers are. If they just scan everything without looking at it, the coupons will triple. The cashiers at my store are trained to look for DND and manually enter these.

        • Bridget I


        • Nyarai

          Or you can go to self check out. They will not ask you to take your groceries out. They just scan the coupons especially this week when they are too busy.

          • Jason

            That trick doesn’t work at mine either, sadly. Someone has clearly been training them hard on coupon policy.

            • Ky

              What Harris Teeter do you go to?

    • Dana

      Are these just the sales for HT in Tennessee? Can I use for Charlotte too or are they not the same?

    • Shannon

      Where is the Craisins coupon?

    • Jason

      I’m not seeing B2G3 Craisins in the printed ad or in the specials online.

    • Kate

      Anyone have problems using coupons for “when you buy two” items with B1G1? For example, my Harris Teeter says I can’t use a “save .75 when you buy two” if it’s Buy one Get one. The coupon policy says only one coupon per B1G1, so I thought it was ok since I was presented one coupon. I was told since I was getting one “free” that it couldn’t count toward the two items needed to validate the coupon. In my opinion that’s not correct, as actually they are charging both at half price. Anyway, didn’t know if my Harris Teeter was just stickler or if it’s this way across the board.

      • Kristina

        My HT is Charlotte does that too! I just bought one of the items with a coupon and then went back later and purchased the second with the coupon. It doesn’t make sense to me either!

      • I called corporate to ask about that after a manager would not let me use 2 coupons for a B1G1. Corporate said that the manager was right. Their policy is to accept only one coupon for a B1G1. No coupon for a free item. So I just buy one at a time and that does the trick.

    • Alysia

      The usual Nashville area Kroger stores are matching HT’s triples!

      • thank you SOOOO much for posting this!! this has changed my entire shopping plan – and for the better!! HT was stressing me out with all of the new rules.. and now i’m stoked to go to kroger instead!!!

    • Stacy

      HT used to take competetor’s coupons. Does anyone know if they still do? I loved that!

      • Jason

        Only for dollars off the total order.

    • alwayshungryab

      Saved 55% (a personal best since I’m new to couponing) on my bill at the 8th Avenue Kroger in Nashville! I LOVE TRIPLES!

      • jamie

        i did my personal best at that kroger today too! 78%!!! yay! i am new to couponing too – LOVE IT!

    • Jason

      A few I got today that were not on the list:

      Argo Cornstarch: $1.59 – 0.40 (SS 10/4) = 0.39
      Mazola cooking spray: $1.50 – 0.50 (SS 10/4) = free
      Fleischmann’s yeast strips: $0.99 – 0.40 (SS 10/4) = free, plus 0.50 off your next shopping order Catalina
      Land O Lakes spreadable butter: $2.25 – 0.40 (SS 10/18) = 1.05 … there is also an 0.55 printable out there that would make this 0.60

    • Michelle

      What is your favorite Harris Teeter in Charlotte? I usually shop in the Elizabeth@Central Ave (the original Harris Teeter) or the Cotswold@Sharon Amity Rd store.

      I find the HTs at Harris Blvd@Mallard Creek Rd and University Blvd@UNCC a little higher priced. I’ve noticed substantially higher prices in well-off neighborhoods like Dilworth@East Blvd and Sedgefield@Park Rd, and at the small HT Express stores in Myers Park (old money) and Uptown (new money). The priciest I’ve found is the ritzy Southpark@Morrison Blvd HT–also known around town as the Taj MaTeeter or the Food Museum.

      If you’ve never been, the Taj is worth the trip just to see the Floral and Produce Depts, the Deli, and the Meat Cases…the only place I’ve ever seen fresh rattlesnake for sale alongside the sashimi tuna!

      • Cat

        I am pretty sure that all the DND or DNT coupon policies, as well as several other restrictive policies are completely up to the local store manager. They really don’t seem to be as “corporate” as some cashiers suggest.

        That said, the HT at Ardrey Kell/Johnston Road(521) in South Charlotte has a very coupon-friendly manager who coupons himself.

        The HT just a few miles up the road, at Johnston Road(521)/John J. Delaney is much less friendly to couponers. Here, I’ve had cashiers completely scrutinize my coupons for expiration dates (I never use expired coupons) and DND/DNT before even beginning to apply them. I also get attitude from the cashiers if I’m too successful.

        Whereas at the “coupon friendly” store at AK/521 scans willfully and happily and just this morning the cashier sat and flat out marveled over the full bag of food that I got for $1.04!

        • Michelle

          That’s so funny about your $1.04 bag! Guess the poor guy will need some therapy after that one–I’ve met PhDs who can’t wrap their heads around couponing.

          You’re absolutely right about the HTs in Charlotte: policy depends on store management. On today’s trip, you would think no policy changes have happened. I’ve always been able to use 2q’s on BOGO items, no DND/DNT issues, and I’ve used up to 10 printables at once. The only rule set in stone is the 20q limit per 24 hours, which I think is a generous amount.

          I know there is bound to be corporate griping about enforcing the policy to management. In defense, I’d just like to add: HT’s system would not be set up to ring half price if they really only wanted 1q on a BOGO. The DND/DNT q’s I use are rare and hardly warrant getting hand-keyed, and my printables are always legitimate. Truth be told, the HT today was simply too busy making money, too high-volume to be that picky. If their cashiers had to scrutinize every q, the lines would be back to the meat section!

    • Are there any (clothing) detergent deals?

    • Leeann

      My HT has colgate total for 2/5$, paired with sunday’s coupons, that makes them 0.25 each!

    • penny saver

      **Downy Deal**
      34 oz, 40 loads, downy-3 or 4 different scents. $3.99
      use .75 off downy from savalot
      makes it $1.75!!

    • Rebekah

      Just to let everyone know, the campbell soup coupon has changed from $1/2 to $1/4! I totally missed the coupon! :(

    • Thank you for the list!

      Not sure if this is local to my store or not, but in Manassas, VA, Hot Pockets and Lean Pockets breakfast items are 2 for $2. With the 9/27 $.75/1 RP coupon, you can get them for free during triples! Maybe it is all HTs?

    • tiffany

      I have never been to Harris Teeter, so I was wondering if you can go twice in one day and still get the triples?

      • Krista

        Tiffany- you are allowed to triple 20 coupons per DAY. Your VIC card keeps track of how many you use in a 24 hour period. There is some debate about how many visits you are allowed before your VIC card locks and doesn’t let you double/triple anymore coupons…i think its between 5 and 7 though so if you go to one store and use 10 coupons and go to another store to use your other 10 in one day you’re fine. You just couldn’t use 20 in the morning and another 20 at night, that’s all.

        • Nicole

          I actually have worked at Harris Teeter before and know that your VIC card locks you out after 5 scans. The triple coupons will stop at twenty no matter how many times you scan your VIC card. It also won’t triple them after 20 if you go to another Harris Teeter. Hope that helps.

    • Bridget I

      Hey guys, if you printed the $.75 off wishbone salad dressings last month, it is on sale 2/$4, so it is FREE! :) and the kix and multi-grain cheerios have $.75 off coupons, so they are around $.75/box.

    • Nicole

      ok so I’m just starting to try this whole coupon thing but I’ve been at it for a freakin hour and can’t get the coupons to print correctly. First they were printing the right half of the coupon now they’re printing the left half. I know the store won’t take them without an expiration date. Any help?