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Buy a dozen Krispy Kreme doughnuts, get another dozen free

                      

In honor of today's calendar oddity -- it's 12-12-12 -- Krispy Kreme is offering a deal when you buy 12 doughnuts.

Buy one dozen Original Glazed doughnuts and get a second dozen Original Glazed free.

The offer is good today only, of course.

Print the coupon on the Krispy Kreme Facebook page.

Wednesday grocery deals (Oct. 3-9)

It's a BOGO kind of week at the grocery stores with all three supermarkets offering some pretty enticing Buy One, Get One Free deals.

Also noteworthy:

*Harris Teeter has several Buy 2, Get 3 Free offers, milk for just $2.77 per gallon, free cereals, free taco seasoning and 9-cent Dove chocolate.

*Lowes Foods has a slew of 97-cent produce bargains, a gasoline rewards promo, free cookie mixes, 15-cent cereal, and a P&G promo that will earn you a pink cookware set in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

*Food Lion has some stellar produce bargains along with the same offer of free pink cookware with a $30 P&G purchase.

*And at Aldi, you'll find pineapple for $1.19 each and cantaloupe for $1.29 each as well as other great produce deals.

Keep reading for all the best deals at Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Aldi. I've also added Sunday's Kroger deals to the bottom of the post for easier comparison.

Jump in and add any deals you've found. That way we can all save more.

Sign up for a BOGO coupon to Rocky Top Hospitality restaurants

Cut your costs in half on your next lunch or dinner out with this generous offer from the folks at Rocky Top Hospitality.

Sign up for the company's newsletter and receive by email a Buy One, Get One Free coupon good at any of its restaurants.

Rocky Top operates several eateries in the Triangle, including Twisted Fork, Tribeca Tavern and the Daily Planet Cafe, which is part of the new Nature Reserarch Center of the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh.

Database updated with Sunday's new coupons

The News & Observer's  coupon database has been updated with all of Sunday's new coupons.

The home-delivered Final Edition of The N&O contains one Smart Source with 52 coupons valued at $65.

That's before you double the first coupon, of course, which we have the opportunity to do every day of the week at Kroger, Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods.

Don't forget to snag an additional coupon peeking out of the Parade magazine. It's a BOGO coupon for a KFC 6-piece Bites Combo, which includes six pieces of chicken, a side and a medium drink. It expires July 29.

If you're not familiar with the coupon database, you can access it on the right-hand side of the blog. There's a button at the bottom right to view it as a full-size page.
Or, you can download it as an Excel spreadsheet by clicking on the attachment at the bottom of this post.
It's a handy tool, listing every coupon we receive in the Triangle in the Sunday N&O.

For a detailed how-to post on the database, read my Coupons 101 post HERE.
 

Use your Food Lion card to get BOGO Mudcats tickets

If you're looking for some cheap family entertainment and have baseball fans in your family, Food Lion has got a deal going on Mudcats tickets.

Show your Food Lion MVP card at the box office on select Wednesdays and get BOGO box seat tickets, which regularly sell for $10.

The remaining dates for this summer are: July 18, Aug. 1, Aug. 15 and Aug. 29.

Free Ocean Spray juice at CVS

                                  

Word has it in the coupon blogosphere that CVS will have a BOGO sale on Ocean Spray juice starting Sunday.

And that means two free bottles of juice.

Here's the deal:

Give a kiss, Get a BOGO deal at Qdoba

                                     

Qdoba Mexican Grill will be celebrating Valentine's Day with a BOGO deal. No coupon required -- just a kiss.

Qdoba customers who purchase one entree on Tuesday, Feb. 14, will get a second entree free when they kiss someone in the restaurant.

It would probably be best to bring someone along to score this deal, but Qdoba suggests "an understanding stranger at the cash register" is not out of bounds.

I love a company with a sense of humor.

Click here to find a Qdoba location. Call ahead to be sure the restaurant is particpating.

 

Wednesday Deals (Jan. 18-24)

If you're looking for the very best deals on groceries, skip the front pages of the sales circulars this week. The best bargains are inside the sale pages or not in the circulars at all.

With the right coupons, you can snag FREE Wolfgang Puck pasta sauce, Colgate toothbrushes and toothpaste, along with 36-cent 6-packs of Coke Zero at Harris Teeter.
At Lowes Foods, there's a great deal on Hormel deli meats and it's the last week to take advantage of the 3-week sale using store coupons on snacks and cereals.
At Food Lion, don't miss out on the second week of its store-brand promotion that rewards you with a coupon for cash off your next grocery order. (Food Lion will actually pay you to buy some of its products!)
And finally, Aldi has some terrific sales on produce and split chicken breasts, which are just 89 cents per pound.

Read on for all the best deals and feel free to post any great deals you find:

Wednesday Deals (Dec. 21-27)

Ham, turkey, vegetables, rolls and napkins -- they're all on sale this week at the supermarket, just in time for holiday gatherings. Among the best deals: Sister Schubert rolls for 59 cents at Harris Teeter, 20-cent canned Green Giant veggies at Lowes Foods, $1.29 per pound spiral sliced ham at Food Lion and 99-cent pineapples at Aldi. And my personal favorite deal of the week: $3.88 for 5 pounds of Clementines at Food Lion.

Read on for all the best deals:

UPDATED: Sunday deals: The Holiday Edition

With Christmas just a week away and Hanukkah even closer, the sales circulars are loaded with ads for toys, fragrances, candy and those as-seen-on-TV gadgets and gizmos.

Look a little closer, however, and you'll find plenty of real deals -- freebies and cheapies to fill stockings and help make your holidays more festive. I've highlighted many of them for you in this week's list of all the best deals at CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Target, Kroger and Kerr Drug.

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