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The big news in the coupon world this week is Lowes Foods Super Doubles coupon event.

Click HERE to read my separate post on all the freebies and good deals you'll find there.

But Harris Teeter, Food Lion and Aldi all have their own nice deals this week. Among the highlights:

At Harris Teeter, pick up free General Mills cereal and nice deals on Cabot and Chobani yogurts, ground beef, Sunlight dish liquid and dishwasher packs, McCain fries and YourHome toilet paper. There's also a nice meal deal featuring breakfast foods and a $4 instant-savings deal on Unilever ice cream treats.

At Food Lion, look for some nice bargains during the second week of the Big Deal promotion, along with an offer for a free pound of chicken. Also keep a lookout for good deals on Turkey Hill ice cream, ground chuck, Pillsbury cake mixes and frosting, toilet paper and paper towels.

And at Aldi, the produce deals include 99 cents for three zucchini, four ears of sweet corn, three green peppers, or two pounds of vidalia onions.

Keep reading this post for a list of this week's top deals at Harris Teeter, Food Lion and Aldi -- with coupons and without.

Need a refresher on couponing at the grocery stores?
Click HERE to read my Coupons 101 post for more detailed information on store coupon policies.
Click HERE to print coupons from The N&O's Find N Save coupon page powered by Coupons.com.
Click HERE to read more about how to save on groceries with the Ibotta smartphone app.
Click HERE to read more about using SavingStar's digital coupons.

At Harris Teeter:

Note: Don't forget to load your digital coupons, also known as E-Vic coupons or Zvers, onto your loyalty card. They can be used along with paper coupons to save even more.

E-Vic Special:
Gatorade 8-pack: $3.97. Limit 2.

Meal Deal: One pound Harris Teeter bacon, one package Thomas English Muffins, one dozen Eggland's Best Grade A Eggs and one 59 oz. Harris Teeter Orange Juice for $8.99, a savings of $6.38.
Use the .35/1 coupon from the 4/28 SS insert
= $8.29 final price. A nice deal.

Frozen novelties promotion: Spend $12 on Unilever frozen novelties (Fruttare, Popsicle, Klondike, Magnum, Reese's and Good Humor are pictured), Save $4 instantly at the register. Print a $1/2 coupon on the Popsicle Facebook page to go with this deal.

Hershey's Cookies and Cream cereal or Vanilla Chex cereal: $2.50
$1/1 printable coupon on Pillsbury.com or BettyCrocker.com
.75/1 recently available printable
.75/1 SavingStar.com credit
.75/1 HT digital coupon -- check your E-Vic account
= as low as FREE!

Dawn dish liquid (9 oz.): $1
.25/1 7/7 P&G
= 50 cents.

McCain fries (19-30 oz.): BOGO or $1.79 each
$1/1 printable coupon
= 79 cents.

Chobani Champions (14-18 oz.): $2
$1/1 printable coupon on Chobani.com
= $1.

Cabot Greek yogurt (16 oz.): $1.50
$1/2 printable coupon on CommonKindness.com
= $1 each.

Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats: $2.50
.70/1 7/14 RP
= $1.10.

Sunlight dish liquid (25 oz.): BOGO or $1.74 each
Sunlight dishwasher power pack (20 count): BOGO or $2.24 each
$1/1 printable coupon on N&O's Find N Save
= 74 cents for the liquid.
= $1.24 for the dishwash packs.

YourHome Ultra toilet paper (a new product comparable to Charmin):
$2.99 for 4 double rolls
$7.99 for 9 mega rolls
$9.99 for 12 double rolls
$1/1 HT digital coupon valid on all three sizes, according to the ad.
= as low as $1.99.

Eight O'Clock Coffee (11-12 oz.): BOGO or $3.44 each
$2/2 printable coupon
= $2.44 each.

No coupons required:

Seedless watermelon: 49 cents per pound.

Green peppers: 79 cents each.

Cherries: $2.99 per pound.

Russet potatoes (5 lb.): $3.79.

Driscoll's organic raspberries (6 oz.): $3.

80% lean ground beef: $2.49 per pound. Nice deal.

Tilapia fillets: $3.99 per pound.

Snow crab clusters: $4.99 per pound.

Boneless ribeye steak: $6.99 per pound.

White or wheat pizza dough balls: $1.

La Brea demi baguettes: $1.

Harris Teeter fajita tortillas (11.5 oz.): $1.

Harris Teeter frozen vegetables (12 oz.): $1.

Harris Teeter frozen vegetables (16 oz.): $1.25.

Harris Teeter frozen waffles: $1.67 each.

Lilly sour cream (16 oz.): BOGO or $1.14 each. Fantastic price.

Fage yogurt (5.3-7 oz.): $1.

Harris Teeter Deli Sliced Cheese (6.67-8 oz.): BOGO.

Harris Teeter chunk cheese (16 oz.): $3.33.

Harris Teeter toaster pastries: $1.

Harris Teeter penne or tri-color bow tie pasta (12-16 oz.): $1.

Ragu pasta sauce (26 oz.): BOGO or $1.29 each. A decent price, though I like to shoot for paying no more than $1 per jar.

Harris Teeter sugar wafers (7-9 oz.): $1.

Harris Teeter baked beans (16 oz.): $1.

Harris Teeter canned peaches or pears (15 oz.): $1.

Harris Teeter pickles (16 oz.): $1.

Assorted theater box candy: $1.

Harris Teeter aspirin (100 count): $1.

At Food Lion:

The Big Deal promotion continues: Buy 10 participating products, Get $5 off instantly at the register; Buy 20, Get $10; Buy 30, Get $15. All products must be purchased in the same transaction. A list of all products will be available in stores.

Free chicken deal: Get a free pound (up to $3) of fresh boneless chicken when you purchase one box of My Essentials or Food Lion pasta (12-16 oz.), one can of Hunt's Tomatoes (14.5 oz.) and one bottle of Wish-Bone Salad Dressing (16 oz.).
Use this .50/1 printable coupon
= $3.47 for all four items, including the pound of chicken. A pretty nice deal.

Beech-Nut Baby Food (4 oz. jars): 50 cents
$2/20 printable coupon
= 40 cents each.

French's Mustard (12-14 oz.): $1 after Big Deal promotion discount
.30/1 6/16 SS
= 70 cents.

Pillsbury cake mix or frosting: 75 cents each after Big Deal promotion discount

Michelina's frozen entrees: 88 cents
$1/5 printable coupon on Michelina.com/coupons
$1/5 printable coupon
= 80 cents each. Kroger has these for 68 cents each through Saturday.

Mt. Olive Spears (24 oz.): $1.50 after Big Deal promotion discount
.50/1 6/30 SS, expiring 7/27
= $1.

Kellogg's Rice Krispies, Corn Flakes or Frosted Flakes: BOGO.
Plus, these are included in the Big Deal promotion so that will shave an additional 50 cents off per box.

Food Lion chocolate or strawberry syrup (22 oz.): $1 after Big Deal promotion discount.

Ragu pasta sauce: $1.17 after Big Deal promotion discount.

Skintimate or Edge shave gel (7-8.4 oz.): $2 after Big Deal promotion discount
.55/1 Skintimate 6/23 SS
= $1.45.

Capri Sun 10-packs: $1.50 after Big Deal promotion discount.

Smucker's Premium Spreads (18 oz.): 2/$4 after Big Deal promotion discount
$1/2 in-store kiosk coupon
= $1.50 each.

Turkey Hill ice cream (48 oz.): $2.50
$1/1 5/12 or 7/14 RP
= $1.50. Great price!

Hot or Lean Pockets: $1.50 after Big Deal promotion discount
PLUS: This will go toward the $5 credit available on select frozen foods on SavingStar.com.

Arm & Hammer laundry detergent (45-50 oz.): $2.99 each
$1/1 Arm & Hammer 4X Concentrated Detergent 6/23 SS
$1/2 Arm & Hammer Power Paks Single Use Laundry Detergent 6/23 or 7/14 SS
.75/2 Arm & Hammer Liquid or Powder Detergent or Fabric Softener Sheets 7/14 SS
= as low as $1.99. Great deal.

Sparkle paper towels (6 big or 8 pick-a-size rolls): $4.49 after Big Deal promotion discount
$1/1 July All You magazine (on 8 roll)
= $3.49.

Angel Soft toilet paper (8 triple, 12 double or 24 regular rolls): $4.49 after Big Deal promotion discount
.55/1 printable coupon on the Angel Soft Facebook page
= $3.94.

Charmin Ultra 6 Double Rolls or Bounty 6 rolls paper towels: $4.29 after Big Deal promotion discount
.25/1 7/7 P&G
= $4.04.

Starbucks Coffee (11-14 oz.) or 10-count K-Cups: $6.99
$4/2 or $1.50/1 K-Cups 6/30 SS
= as low as $4.99 each.

No coupons required:

Cucumbers: 69 cents each.

Sweet potatoes: 69 cents per pound.

Iceberg lettuce: 99 cents each.

Red onions: 99 cents per pound.

Roma tomatoes: $1.29 per pound.

Peaches: $1.29 per pound. A bit high. Look for 99 cents per pound or less this time of year.

Bartlett pears: $1.49 per pound.

Cripps Pink Lady or Fuji apples: $1.59 per pound. I typically don't like to pay more than $1 per pound for apples but I might make an exception for the Pink Lady.

Tilapia, pink salmon or flounder fillets (4 oz.): $1.

Smithfield shank portion of ham: $1.49 per pound.

Ground chuck: $2.49 per pound in the value pack.

Food Lion bacon (12 oz.): $3.

Deli pre-sliced cheese (8 oz.): $2.50.

Deli cooked ham: $2.99 per pound.

Boneless sirloin steaks: $4.99 per pound in the value pack.

My Essentials cheese (12 oz. singles or 6-8 oz. shredded): $2.

Food Lion cottage cheese (16 oz.): $2.

Hunt's Ketchup or My Essentials Yellow Mustard (20-24 oz.): $1.

My Essentials apple juice (64 oz.): $1.79.

Pepsi brand 6-pack (16.9 oz. bottles): $2. Good deal.

At Aldi:

Green peppers: 99 cents for a 3-pack.

Tomatoes: 99 cents for 20-oz. package.

Sweet corn: 99 cents for a 4-pack.

Zucchini: 99 cents for a 3-pack.

Vidalia onions: 99 cents for a 2-lb. bag.

Seedless watermelon: $2.99 each.

Turkey bacon (12 oz.): $2.19.

Non-fat yogurt (6 oz.): 39 cents.

Egg substitute (16 oz.): $1.99.

String cheese (12 count): $2.49.

Whole grain thin spaghetti (13.25 oz.): 99 cents.

Multigrain waffles (12.3 oz.): $1.29.

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Not sure where to note this,

Not sure where to note this, but wanted to pass it on. In the 7/14 circulars there was a great deal for Omaha Steaks (Morrisville) for a ton of meat, chicken, hot dogs, potatoes and even desserts for $39. Went by today and found out today is the last day for their 40% off the whole store. Plus, as a first time customer (we were), instead of their buy one get one free board, you get buy one, get two free. We ended up adding on 3 packages of sirloin tips, beef jerky and even a bag of real meat dog treats for just $100 total. I'm a chef, and honestly am very impressed with their meats. And with prices like this, it's a no-brainer, and a 65% savings! ;-)

Harris Teeter ZVR

FWIW, I was told by a CS rep at the Harris Teeter on Rogers Road in Wake Forest that they are planning to eliminate the ability of stacking paper coupons with your ZVRs. She didn't know when it would be effective, but that "they were looking at it."

Thanks for reporting in,

Thanks for reporting in, rlp2451. I have heard that before and I think it's only a matter of time before it happens.
In the words long before the Kroger takeover...
I guess we should all enjoy it while we can.

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