Lowes Foods, which offered its first-ever Super Doubles last month, said the grocery chain will offer the special coupon promotion again.
"We will do it in the future but I don't have any specifics," said Lisa Selip, a spokeswoman for the Winston-Salem-based Lowes Foods.
"Obviously, it drove traffic to the stores and customer response was very positive," Selip said.
That's good news for Lowes Foods and good news for couponers in North Carolina.
Selip wouldn't say when the next special coupon event would take place but she did say it would be a Super Doubles event and not a Triple Coupon event.
"We've had no discussion about Triples," she said.
Up until last month's surprise Super Doubles event at Lowes Foods, Harris Teeter has been the lone supermarket chain in the highly competitive Triangle market to offer special coupon events. The Matthews-based Harris Teeter typically offers Super Doubles every six weeks with an occasional Triple Coupon event substituted.
It had been several years since either Lowes Foods or Kroger had offered a special coupon event of any type.
All three chains, however, offer regular double coupons every day of the week -- with limitations. Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods double coupons up to 99 cents in face value. Kroger regularly doubles coupons up to 50 cents in value.