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Food Lion offers generous gift card promotion

Food Lion launched an extraordinarily generous promotion today that will save you an automatic 20 percent on gift cards to select retailers.

Here's how:

Wednesday deals (June 6-12)

Get ready to pocket some significant savings at the supermarkets this week. It's a great week for stocking up with some very nice bargains on produce, meats, cereals, butter, frozen veggies, pasta and many more items. At Lowes Foods, you can score cereal and frozen vegetables absolutely free. And all the stores have ultra cheap deals for $1 or less.
I especially like the price on peaches this week. For the first time this season, they've dipped below $1 per pound at both Lowes Foods and Harris Teeter. And Aldi has a fantastic price on whole watermelon at just $2.99.
Also worth noting:
Lowes Foods has issued on new set of 3-week in-store coupons. Remember to stack them with manufacturer coupons to save even more.
Food Lion has a fantastic gift card promotion, saving you 20 percent on the cost of a $50 card.
And finally, check out the unadvertised specials I included in today's list. I've matched them up with coupons to come up with some extra great deals.

Read on for all the best deals at Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Aldi. For easier comparison, I've also included Kroger's deals from Sunday at the bottom of the list.

Wednesday deals (May 30-June 5)

It's stock up time this week on cereal, butter and eggs -- thanks to some great coupons aligning with some generous sales at Triangle grocery stores.
Plus, be sure to take advantage of several other great deals -- no coupon required -- on ground beef and produce.
As a bonus, pick yourself up a couple of free candy bars with printable coupons.

Read on for all the best deals at Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Aldi. For easier comparison, I've also included Kroger's deals from Sunday at the bottom of the list.

Happy shopping!

Wednesday deals (May 23-29)

Memorial Day weekend is coming up and the supermarkets have some really nice bargains on all the fixings for backyard picnics. There are deals on ground beef, chicken, produce, paper goods, soda and ice cream.

At Harris Teeter, I especially like the Steamfresh veggies for 19 cents, split chicken breasts for 99 cents per pound and the Breyer's ice cream for $1.
At Lowes Foods, there's free Kraft barbecue sauce and Country Time lemonade or Kool-Aid mix, 20-cent Milky Way candy bars and Sun Drop soda for 25 cents -- all with a little coupon magic.
At Food Lion, be sure to take note of the 20-cent ears of sweet corn and green peppers for 69 cents each.
And finally, Aldi has lots of produce deals, including cantaloupe for just 99 cents each.

For easier price comparisons, I've added the Kroger deals from Sunday to the bottom of the list along with a few new Kroger deals from a new 4-day sale that begins Friday and runs through Monday. Most noteworthy: ground beef for $1.79 per pound and cherries for $3.99 per pound.

Keep reading for all the deals and coupon match-ups. And feel free to add the deals you spot as you're shopping this week.

Wednesday deals (May 16-22)

The big grocery store news this week, of course, is Triples at Harris Teeter. Check my separate Triples post to read my incredibly long list of good deals, including more than a dozen freebies and more than 30 other items under $1.

Beyond Triples, you can score some nice produce deals at Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Aldi this week. Food Lion also has a great deal on whole chicken fryers for just 79 cents a pound. With the help of coupons, Lowes Foods has a great deal on Pepsi 12 packs and Lance Crackers.

For easier price comparisons, I've also added the Kroger deals from Sunday to the bottom of the list.

Keep reading for all the details and coupon match-ups.

Wednesday deals (May 9-15)

This post has been updated with Aldi deals.

There are some fantastic deals to be had at Triangle grocery stores this week -- with and without coupons.

At Harris Teeter, you can stock up on basics -- no coupons required. Milk is $2.77 per gallon, eggs are 97 cents per dozen and whole chicken fryers are just 77 cents per pound. And, of course, there's no need for coupons to pick up the produce bargains at Aldi, which include 29-cent cucumbers this week.

With a little coupon magic, there are deals on Pure Protein bars, 2 liters of Sun Drop soda, Ken's salad dressing, Ball Park Franks and buns, Nutella and Snackwell's snack bars.

And then there are the unadvertised killer deals: Dove ice cream bars for as little as $1.24 per box and jugs of Xtra laundry detergent for $1.49.

Don't like that brand? All laundry detergent is just $1.99 a jug at Harris Teeter and $2 a jug at Lowes Foods.

Also noteworthy is Lowes Foods' Mother's Day special, its brand-new set of in-store coupons and its fuel rewards deal when you purchase participating $25 gift cards.

Read on for the very best deals at Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Aldi. And please add any good deals you spot so we can all save even more.

For easier price comparisons, I've also added the Kroger deals from Sunday to the bottom of the list.

Wednesday deals (May 2-8)

It's Cinco de Mayo this Saturday so the grocery stores are loaded with sales on everything to throw a party. There are deals on chips and salsa, grilling meats, taco kits, tortillas and black beans -- just to name a few.

You can score FREE Grande tortilla chips with a coupon at Lowes Foods, Mission tortillas for $1 after coupon at Harris Teeter, and tons of great produce deals at Aldi, Lowes Foods and Food Lion.

And if you need soft drinks for your weekend get-togethers, Lowes Foods also has a stellar deal on Pepsi products.

Who says throwing a party has to be expensive?

Read on for the very best deals at Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Aldi. And please add any good deals you spot so we can all save even more.

For easier price comparisons, I've also added the Kroger deals from Sunday to the bottom of the list.

Wednesday deals (April 25 - May 1)

It's a BOGO kind of week at Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods now through May 1.

Dozens of items are on sale Buy One, Get One Free at both supermarkets, giving you the opportunity to score some nice deals. Even Lowes Foods' Fresh Rewards e-offer is a BOGO giving you the chance to pick up laundry detergent for just $1.50 per jug.

Harris Teeter also has several Buy 2, Get 3 Free deals, including offers on six-packs of Coke, shredded cheese, Mayfield ice cream and Ragu pasta sauce. The 8-oz. shredded cheese, for instance, will only cost you $1.10 per package when you buy five.

At Food Lion, be sure to check out the chicken and ground chuck prices and some nice produce deals.

And, of course, Aldi continues to have outstanding prices on produce. This week, pineapple, kiwi, strawberries and Gala apples are especially good buys.

Read on for all the highlights. For easy comparison, I've also included Sunday's Kroger deals at the bottom of the post.

Feel free to add any great deals you spot while you're out and about shopping. That way, we can all save more.

Wednesday deals (April 18-24)

Dueling Super Double coupon events dominate the grocery deals this week. Both Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods are offering special one-week promotions that double the value of coupons up to $1.98 in face value.

Beyond Super Doubles, it's a light week for deals, though there are a few bargains worth an extra trip to the store.

Among the deals that caught my eye:

  • Milk for $2.69 per gallon at Aldi!
  • Store-brand bacon for $1.79 at Lowes Foods.
  • Store-brand ice cream BOGO at Harris Teeter.
  • 80% lean ground beef for $2.49 a pound at Harris Teeter.
  • Split chicken breasts for 99 cents a pound at Lowes Foods.
  • Deli turkey breast for $3.99 a pound at Food Lion.
  • Sweet corn for 19 cents an ear at Kroger.

Read on for all the highlights. For easy comparison, I've also included Sunday's Kroger deals at the bottom of the post.

As always, feel free to add any great deals you spot while you're out and about shopping. That way, we can all save more.

Food Lion teams up with SavingStar to offer digital coupons

                             

Attention Food Lion shoppers.

Here's a great way to shave a little extra off your weekly grocery bill.

Food Lion has teamed up with the digital coupon site SavingStar to offer digital discounts on several of its store-brand items.

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