Harris Teeter has 20 grocery freebies this week! Use new from Shortcuts and Coupons.com to save money when you buy food.
Ralphs – The Ralphs prices assume coupon doubling up to $1. Get all the later today.
Safeway/Vons – Get all the and deals later today.
Albertsons – Get the full list of Albertsons coupons, including chicken drumsticks, thighs, or whole birds for $.77/lb, Post Pebbles cereal for $1.04/box with coupons, and Danimals yogurt for as low as $.49 with coupons.
Whole Foods – Get Whole Foods coupons later today.
Publix – Southern Savers posted this week’s , including Ritz crackers for $.89 with coupons, Kraft BBQ Sauce for $.29 with coupons, and 4C bread crumbs for as low as free.
ShopRite – Living Rich With Coupons posted this week’s , including free Yoplait Greek Yogurt, $.99 Dove ice cream bars, and a Charmin and Bounty toilet paper deal.
Fresh n Easy – The Deal Fanatic posts this week’s later today.
Winn Dixie – My Baton Rouge Mommy shares , including Organic Girl salad mix for $2, Rold Gold Pretzels for $1.50 each when you buy two, and ribeye steaks for $6/lb.
Stop & Shop – Look for this week’s on Friday, the beginning of their sale cycle. Or shop by Thursday for this week’s sale, including Driscoll strawberries or blackberries for $1 with coupon, Lay’s potato chips as low as $.89 with coupons, and Kellogg’s cereal for as low as $.60 with coupons.
Kroger – Faithful Provisions shares this weekï¿½s , including free pasta, tomato, and candy (for Easter!), it’s a good week to stock up on boneless skinless chicken breasts.
Wegman’s – This week’s and deals include Garden of Eatin Corn Chips for $.99 with coupon, Lady Speed Stick Deodorant for $.88 with coupon, and Pepsi 2-liters for $.99.
Harris Teeter – This week’s Harris Teeter grocery coupons include , including 20 FREE products with coupons and super coupon doubling this week up to $1.98 off!
New to coupons? Check out my post on coupon clipping basics. If you want to take advantage of these deals, make sure to save the coupon inserts you receive in the mail or with your Sunday newspaper. Hereï¿½s a great suggestion for how to handle coupon organization.