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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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Here are your deals for Harris Teeter this week starting today 4/15. Starting this list is making me wish we had this store in my area!!

If you see anything I missed let me know and I’ll add it to the list.

Remember:
1. You do not have to buy 2 of the B1G1 items, each item will ring up half price.
2. Coupons are doubled that are .99¢ or less.
3. They will double 20 coupons per day/transaction.
4. You must have a VIC card to get sale prices and for your coupons to double.
**Tip: Hand over coupons in order of value starting with .99¢ or less then give $1 and higher coupons**

Buy 2, Get 3 free:
Pop Secret Popcorn
-$1/2 Pop Secret SS 3/08 or Eat Better or Dinner Made Easy Booklet
-.50/2 Pop Secret SS 3/08
(makes it .98¢ ea)
-.50/1 Pop Secret SS 3/08
(makes it .78¢ ea)

Buy One Get One:
Weight Watchers Snack Cakes, Muffins or Cookies at $3.88
-$1/2 Snack Cakes Feb. Better Homes, Hallmark, Woman’s Day, Ladies Home Journal, Family Circle or Mar Shape or Fitness Magazines (makes it $1.44 ea)

Kellogg’s Smart Start cereal at $4.39
-$1 off Kellogg’s in store dispenser or RP 4/05 (makes it $1.19 ea)

Windex at $3.79
-.75/1 off Windex Cleaners SS 3/29 (makes it .39¢ ea)

Shout at $3.49
-.55/1 Shout SS 3/29 (makes it .64¢ ea)

Contessa Shrimp at $4.99
$ 1.50/2 Contessa Shrimp items printable (makes it $1.74 ea)

Schiff Move Free Supplements
-$5 off Move Free 80ct or larger SS 4/05

PictSweet Deluxe at $3.99
Cole’s garlic bread at $3.29
Mayfield Ice Cream at $5.64
Klondike Ice Cream bars at $4.69
Angel Food Cake at $6-$6.99
Oscar Mayer Bologna at $3.99-$4.99

Other Deals
Green Seedless Grapes .99¢ lb
Vine Ripe Tomatoes 4pk $2.47
Fresh cabbage .47¢ lb
Yellow Onions 3lb bag $1.97
Whole carrots 2lb bag $1.47
Russet Potatoes 8 lb $4.97
Nappa Cabbage or Bok Choy .99¢ lb

Boneless top sirloin $4.97 lb
Beef back ribs $1.97 lb
Honeysuckle White Ground Turkey, 4 lb pkg $6.97 ($1.74 lb)
Frozen Turkey breast 1.67 lb
Chicken leg quarters .97¢ lb
Harris Teeter Bacon $3 ea
Porterhouse or T-bone Steak $6.97 lb

Coke 15 pack cans $3.33 ea
Capri-Sun 10 pk $1.88 ea
Hot Pocket or Lean Pockets $2 ea

Yoplait Yogurt Cups .50¢ ea
-.40/6 Yoplait Cups SS 3/22 (makes it .36¢ ea)

Stoneyfield yogurt cups .60¢ ea
-.50/3 Stoneyfield printable (makes it .26¢ ea)

Oikos Greek Yogurt $1.50 ea
-.50/1 Oikos printable (makes it .50¢ ea)

Daisy Sour Cream 8oz $1 ea
-.50/1 Daisy Sour Cream SS 4/05 (makes it FREE)

Kellogg’s Mini Wheats Little Bites $2.50 ea
-$1.50/2 Kellogg’s Mini Wheats printable
-$1 off any Kellogg’s Cereal RP 4/05

Johnsonville grilling brats 5ct $3.99
-$1/2 Johnsonville Italian Sausage or Johnsonville Brats, SS 4/05
-.55/1 Johnsonville Brats, package SS 4/05

French’s Spicy Brown Mustard $1.50 ea
-.75/1 off French’s Specialty Mustard SS 3/29 (makes it FREE)

Snyder’s tortilla chips $2.50 ea
-.75/1 or $1 off Synders Multigrain Snack SS 04/05

Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies $2.50 ea
-.55/2 Keebler Cookies RP 4/05 (makes it $1.95 ea)

Nature Valley granola bars $2.50 ea
-.50/1 Nature Valley Bars SS 3/08 (makes it $1.50 ea)

Barilla Penne Pasta $1.25 ea
-.50/1 off any Barilla Pasta SS 3/29 (regional) (makes it .25¢ ea)

Filippo Olive Oil $4.99
-$1 off Filippo Olive Oil printable

Palermo’s Pizza $4.50 ea
-$1 off Palermo’s Pizza printable

Lean Cuisine $2.50 ea
-$1/4 Stouffer’s OR Lean Cuisine Entrees, any SS 2/22
-$1/3 Lean Cuisine printable (IE) or printable (FF)

John Freida Hair Care 20% off
-$2 off any John Frieda Collection RP 4/05

Bic Soleil or Comfort 3 Razors $3.99 ea
-$2 off any Bic Soleil printable (IE) or printable (FF)

Halls cough drops $1.50 ea
-.75/1 off Halls printable (makes it FREE)

Crest Pro-Health $2.50 ea
-.75/1 off any Crest Toothpaste PG 4/05

Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick $2 ea
-.75/1 off any Speed Stick SS 3/29

Tidy Cats Liter 14lb $4.99 ea
-$1 off Tidy Cats Liter RP 2/08

Dawn 24 oz. $2 ea
-.20/1 or .25/1 off Dawn Soap PG 4/05
-.50/1 off Dawn PG $120 Savings Booklet

Gain 50 oz. detergent $3.77
-$1 off Gain PG 4/05 or $120 Savings Booklet (makes it $2.77 ea)

Quilted Northern 9-24 rolls $5.99
$1 off Quilted Northern printable

Brawny 6 or 8 rolls B1G1 at $10.99

Pampers mega packs $13.99
-$2 off Pampers P&G $120 Savings Booklet
-$1 off Pampers PG 4/05

Kleenex $1.33 ea
-.50 off (3) Kleenex Boxes SS 4/05 (makes it $1 ea)

    • Becca

      The Hillsboro Village location in Nashville’s BoGo items ring up full price one, $0 on the second =( one coupon only, you must buy two to get the price….at least the items i bought you did!

      Becca

    • Heather

      Is anyone else having difficulty getting the Quilted Northern Coupon? I keep getting a message that says, “We’re sorry but the page you are looking for is currently unavailable”

    • Elizabeth

      My Express Lane is listing the Shout at 1.34 (half price) so with the .55 coupon it’s only .24!

    • Jennifer

      It is Harris Teeter’s coupon policy that you can only use a coupon on an item you are “buying”. So for the BOGO you may only use 1 coupon. The Brentwood (Nashville) location rings up at 1/2 price. If you had 2 coupons that you wanted to use for a BOGO item, you would need to do them in 2 separate transactions.

    • Elizabeth

      Jennifer, That isn’t my store’s policy (Mt. Pleasant, SC). I used 5 coupons today for the Shout and 5 for the Windex. I guess every store is different.

    • Andrea

      On the website it states that is the policy but I live in NC and some stores follow it and some don’t. I love the one I go to cause they will take 5 coupons (if they two different kinds since they only take 3 of the same) for a B2G3. When they had Palmero’s pizzas B2G3 I got a terrific deal cause I had a $2 and $1 coupon.

      One other thing my HT takes RR from Walgreens (I can never use them at Walgreens due to the coupon limit). They also take the Rite Aid $5 off $25 so I break all my purchases up into $25. Untill this week they even used it on gift cards. I recently had to buy 6 gift cards and use a $5 off for each one–what a deal.

      I was a little sad my Rite Aid coupon was going to expire the end of the month but I just got one the last through June. More good deals!

    • MelRae

      I am so glad I saw this ad for the Gain (I am not a weekly HT shopper). I absolutely LOVE the Gain Soothing Sensations Lavender Lilac Moment (purple bottle). And $2.77 each is a great price (HT’s normal price is $6.99). Looks like I will be making a special trip to HT!

    • Elizabeth

      HT made me mad today!

      I bought two Kellogg’s Smart Start cereals, which were BOGO and a carton of eggs. I had two $1 off cereal Q and a B2 Cereal, get Eggs FREE coupon.

      They took the egg coupon but then wouldn’t take the cereal. They said they wouldn’t take two coupons for the same item twice.

      My argument was the B2G1 Free coupon was for the EGGS, the other coupons were for the cereal. I didn’t push it, as I’d already saved $50 and spent a total of $11.

    • Jasmine

      I just want to say that I had a TERRIBLE time at Harris Teeter last week. They of course won’t let you use 2 coupons on a BOGO, so I wanted to split my order into a few different ones to get my ice cream. Not only do they have a policy that you can’t use the VIC card more than 3 times a day (CRAZY), the cashier was very frustrated with me and said “well most of the time people don’t come in here trying to take the whole store”. I was VERY offended.. and treated like a thief, which I am not. I spoke with the Store Manager who didn’t care either. I also called corporate. They are “reporting” my call. I will NEVER step foot in that store again no matter how good the deal. Their policies are unreasonable and unfair…. and so different from that of any other store. I think I’ll stick with Publix :)