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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.

Find a LONG list of free and incredibly cheap items for Lowes Foods here.

Click here for an equally long list of freebies and cheapies at Harris Teeter.

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.

At Harris Teeter:

Birds Eye Steamfresh: BOGO or $1.19 each
.50/2 (4/1 Smart Source)
= 69 cents each.

Yoplait Greek Yogurt with Granola: $2.50
.75/1 (3/25 Smart Source)
= $1.

Glass Plus (32 oz.): BOGO or $1.49
.35/1 (3/18 Smart Source)
= 79 cents.

Deals without coupons:

Vidalia onions: 89 cents per pound.

Strawberries: $1.50 for 16 oz.

80% lean ground beef: $2.49 per pound. Limit 4.

Smithfield Boston Butt pork roast: $1.49 per pound. Limit 2.

Harris Teeter ice cream (32 oz. Organic or 48 oz. All Natural): BOGO or $2.69 each for All Natural and $1.99 each for Organic.

Goldfish crackers: BOGO or $1.19 each.

Doritos (11.5 oz.): BOGO or $2.14 each.

At Lowes Foods:

Angel Soft toilet paper (6 double rolls): $3.50
.45/1 (3/25 Red Plum)
= $2.60.

Deals without coupons:

Cabbage: 49 cents per pound.

Russet potatoes (5 lb.): BOGO or $2 per bag.

Vidalia onions (3 lb.): BOGO or $1.50 per bag.

Split chicken breasts: 99 cents per pound.

Lowes Foods sliced bacon (12 oz.): $1.79.

Southern style pork ribs: $1.69 per pound.

Land O' Frost sliced deli meat (2 oz.): 47 cents.

Bar S meat franks: $1.

Pepsi product 2 liters: BOGO or 90 cents each.

Pepsi (6 pack bottles): $2.50.

Lowes Foods water (24 pack): $2.77. Limit 3. (Fresh Rewards e-offer)

Thomas' N.Y. Style bagels: BOGO or $2.25 each.

Doritos (11.5 oz.): BOGO or $2.14 each.

At Food Lion:

Capri Sun juice: $2
Buy 3, Get 1 Free (up to $2.60) (3/18 Smart Source) Expires Wednesday, 4/18
= $1.50. A decent price.

Lean Cuisine entrees: $1.99
$1/3 printable coupon
= $1.66 each. A decent price.

Smart Ones entrees: $2
$2/8 printable coupon
= $1.75 each.

Krave cereal: $2.50
.70/1 (4/1 Red Plum)
= $1.80.

Pillsbury Toaster Strudel: $2
.40/2 (3/11 Smart Source)
= $1.80 each.

Huggies wipes: $2.39
.50/1 (4/1 Smart Source)
= $1.89.

All laundry detergent (50 oz.): $3.99
$1/1 (3/4 or 4/1 Red Plum)

= $2.99.

Angel Soft toilet paper (9, 12 or 24 rolls): $4.99
.45/1 (3/25 Red Plum)
= $4.54.

Deals without coupons:

Holly Farms bone-in chicken breasts: 99 cents per pound.

Assorted pork chops: $1.99 per pound.

Chuck roast: $3.69 per pound.

Boneless top sirloin steaks: $3.99 per pound.

Deli turkey breast: $3.99 per pound.

Deli provolone cheese: $3.99 per pound.

Limes: 20 cents each.

Lemons: 50 cents each.

Russet potatoes: 69 cents per pound.

Vidalia onions: 79 cents per pound.

Mushrooms: $1.59 for 8 oz.

Grape tomatoes: $2 per pint.

Strawberries: $1.50 for 1-lb. package.

Coke product 2 liters: 99 cents.

Coke product (6-pack bottles): $2.50.

Red Baron pizzas: BOGO.

Kellogg's Cereal (Froot Loops, Apple Jacks or Corn Pops): BOGO.

Kellogg's Rice Krispies Treats: $2.

Orville Redenbacher popcorn: BOGO.

Edy's Ice Cream: BOGO.

Healthy Choice Cafe Steamers: $2.50.

My Essentials frozen pizza (6.5 oz.): 69 cents.

Food Lion barbecue sauce (18 oz.): $1.

Mott's applesauce (6 pack): $2.

Kraft Macaroni and Cheese: 89 cents.

My Essentials paper towels: 63 cents for one roll.

At Aldi:

Milk: $2.69 per gallon! A super deal!

Vidalia onions: 69 cents for two pounds.

Baby Bella mushrooms: 69 cents for 8 oz.

Tomatoes on the vine: 99 cents for 24 oz.

Baking potatoes: $1.19 for five pounds.

Multi-colored peppers: $1.39 for 3-pack.

Sweet corn: $1.39 for 4-pack.

Fudge Strip cookies: $1.19.

Cereal bars: $1.49.

Glass cleaner (32 oz.): 89 cents.

At Kroger:

Green Giant vegetables: $1
.80/4 Cellfire digital coupon
= 80 cents each wyb 4.

Kellogg's cereals (select, 11-17 oz.): $1.99
.50/1 Corn Flakes printable coupon
.50/1 Frosted Flakes printable coupon
$1/2 Raisin Bran printable coupon
.70/1 Krave (4/1 Red Plum)
.50/1 All Bran printable coupon
$1/2 FiberPlus printable coupon
$1/2 Frosted Mini Wheats printable coupon
= as low as 99 cents.

Blue Diamond Almonds (6 oz.): $2.29
$1/1 (1/29 Smart Source)
= $1.29. A great price.

Deals without coupons:

Sweet corn: 19 cents.

Texas 1015 sweet onions: 59 cents per pound.

Jazz, Braeburn, Cameo or Golden Delicious apples: 99 cents per pound.

Anjou, Red Anjou or Bosc pears: 99 cents per pound.

Tasti-Lee tomatoes (16 oz.): $1.69.

Perdue boneless skinless chicken breasts: $1.79 per pound.

Ground beef (75% lean, sold in 3-lb. rolls): $2.49 per pound.

Chicken leg quarters (sold in 10-lb. bag): 65 cents per pound.

Tyson boneless skinless chicken breasts, tenderloins or thighs (frozen, 2.25-2.7-lb. bag): BOGO or $5.50 each. That's $2.03 to $2.44 per pound.

Boneless pork loin: $2.49 per pound.

Coke 6 packs: $2.25 each. A good price.

Powerade (32 oz.): 59 cents.

Athenos Feta Cheese (5-6 oz.): $2.50.

Kroger Deluxe ice cream (48 oz.): $2.50.

Arnold or Brownberry breads: BOGO or $2.15 each.

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