I've bumped this post up to the top for folks who still need to make a grocery run before Thanksgiving.
If you haven't done your Thanksgiving shopping yet, you're in luck. This week's supermarket sales, which run through Thanksgiving Day, offer bargains on just about anything you might need -- turkeys, North Carolina-grown sweet potatoes, apples, canned and frozen vegetables, broth, spices and extracts, cranberries, pumpkin, foil, paper plates and plastic wrap.
There are also good deals on soda, snack foods, ice cream, coffee, cheese and much more.
Lowes Foods is offering a special promotion on Kraft products that instantly shaves $5 off your order when you buy 10 participating products. You can also pick up sweet potatoes for 27 cents per pound and a 10-lb. bag of Russet baking potatoes for $2.97. In addition, Lowes Foods has got a holiday promotion that rewards you with a $10 coupon when you buy $75 in gift cards to select retailers.
At Harris Teeter, many McCormick spices, seasonings and extracts are BOGO. Harris Teeter is also offering Buy 2, Get 3 Free deals on Coke brand 12-packs and Lay's potato chips. The E-Vic special is on Dunkin Donuts Coffee, the price dipping below $4 per bag with coupons.
Over at Food Lion, you can snag fresh cranberries for $1.50 per bag, apples for less than $1 per pound and sweet potatoes grown in North Carolina for 27 cents per pound. There's also a Unilever promotion, offering instant savings.
The special turkey promotions continue at Lowes Foods and Food Lion, but you missed your chance at Harris Teeter. The price on Harris Teeter frozen turkeys jumped back up to 99 cents this week.
Don't forget: This week's grocery deals are good through Thanksgiving Day.
Keep reading for all the top deals at Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods, Food Lion and Aldi -- with and without coupons.