Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Have you gotten your Christmas tree, yet?
Someone on my Facebook page asked me for the best place to get one. Today I posted on Facebook asking everyone to share where they got their tree and how much they paid for it. Post here as well, so we can all get an idea of the prices people are paying and where to get the best deal.
I bought my tree this year from Food Lion. It is a 6-7 foot Fraser Fir and it cost us $29.99 + tax. That is the best price I've seen so far and we are very pleased with the tree! It is full and a lot bigger in our home than it seemed when we picked it up. The trees always seem little to me until I actually put it into the house.
Where did you find your Christmas tree?
Sunday, November 27, 2011
There is supposed to be one Proctor and Gamble monthly insert in the paper today and possibly Walmart and Target coupons.
However, early this morning, I went to three locations- Harris Teeter Ogden, Kangaroo and Hess and none of the newspapers had coupons! Oddly enough, the Wilmington Star News said that it had $69.50 worth of coupons inside but I looked in many papers and none contained coupons. This also happened last week with the Raleigh paper, so I'm not sure what's going on.
I have heard that you can get the Proctor and Gamble insert for free from the local AdPack and Encore Magazines, if you know where they are located around town. They tend to be in restaurants, coffee shops and local type establishments.
I don't plan on any goose chases searching for the Proctor and Gamble inserts; most likely I will just order it online, either from Whole Coupon Inserts or from EBAY. Coupons can generally be purchased there for less than $1 plus a small shipping fee.
Another idea is to check this list of what coupons were in the Proctor and Gamble insert today. You may only want certain coupons from it, rather than the complete insert. If that's the case, individual coupons can be obtained on EBAY or from Coupon Dede or Kuntry Klippers, so that you only buy the coupons you actually want.
Let me know if your newspaper had the Proctor and Gamble insert today!
Saturday, November 26, 2011
This morning on the Delly's Deals Radio show I will be talking about Budgeting for Eating Out and how you can use Restaurant Gift Card Deals to help you with your budget for eating out. I will also share with you any weekly grocery deals that I have found.
How I Got My Thanksgiving Turkey for Almost Free (post from November 22nd)
Restaurant Gift Card Deals- click for a list of bonus gift card deals from restaurants. Buy your gift cards in advance and get bonus gift card for doing so. These are a great way to get more bang for your buck at restaurants. Often you can combine these with coupons, too. I like the Ruby Tuesday deal, where you can get a $15 gift card for every $50 in gift cards that you buy. That's a pretty generous deal, plus Ruby Tuesdays is always offering coupons in the mail for B1G1 free meals. You can combine the coupon with your gift card but not with the bonus gift card, but it's still an awesome deal. There are many other restaurants listed in the above link as well.
On to grocery store talk! This week's grocery store deals are a little off due to the Thanksgiving Holiday. Last week's deals lasted two extra days, through Thanksgiving. On Friday, a short, new ad came out and these deals will last through Tuesday.
Food Lion Deals this week
Harris Teeter Deals this week
Lowes Foods deals this week ( link to ad only, as Southern Savers did not post a deals list)
Lowes Foods is running a gift card promo where if you buy $50 in gift cards from participating retailers and restaurants, you get a $5 off your next Lowes Foods order. This lasts through December 3rd, next Saturday.
I will be back tomorrow with my report on the Sunday newspaper coupons, so be sure to check in here tomorrow before you get your paper!
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Waiting until the last minute paid off for me today, as I was able to take advantage of two deals that Food Lion was running this week and put them both together to equal an almost FREE turkey!
I had to combine two promotions to make it work, but they were both easy to do.
Food Lion Promo Number One:
This week (through Thursday night) at Food Lion, if you buy $35 worth of products, you can get special pricing on a FROZEN Jennie-O turkey. Instead of the regular price, you can get it for $.47 a pound. That's a SUPER good deal.
Food Lion Promo Number Two:
If you buy $15 worth of Unilver Products, you will get $5 off any turkey purchase in the store, whatever brand.
If you buy $30 worth of Unilver Products, you will get $10 off any turkey purchase in the store, whatever brand.
The discount comes off automatically at the register.
In case you didn't know, Unilever makes products such as Ragu, Knorr Pasta and Rice Sides, Dove, Skippy, Hellmans, and many more. See the Food Lion ad to see which products qualify.
So, I combined both promos in order to get the free turkey. What I did was:
I bought $35 worth of products inside of Food Lion, some groceries that I needed and also some things that I needed for my Thanksgiving Dinner, such as sweetened condensed milk, French's Onions (had coupons for both), some ham for my son's Kindergarten Thanksgiving Party (Deli Ham is on sale right now at Food Lion for $3.98 per pound), ground beef, and other random things that I needed.
I then did the $15 worth of Unilever items promotion. I bought 15 Knorr Pasta and Rice Sides (on sale for $1.00 each) and since they counted towards the promotion, I got $5 off my turkey.
Well, my almost 12 pound turkey, which was originally $19.03, was discounted to $5.39 since I spent $35 inside of Food Lion.
Then, I got $5.00 off of it, since I bought the Unilever products! This made the turkey only $.39!!!! I tried to find a smaller turkey so that I could get it for free, but the one I got was one of the smallest. Anyhow, $.39 for a turkey is still a great deal!
This only works if you can manage to find some Unilever products that you actually would use. There are several to choose from. My kids like the Knorr Pasta and Rice sides and they are good when I need to whip up a quick side item. Sometimes I throw chicken breast in with the pasta or rice to make it more of a meal, so I didn't mind buying 15 of them since they were on sale anyways.
I'm glad Food Lion did this deal this year because in years past they did the thing where you could get a free turkey if you bought a certain amount of groceries every week. I never did that because that was so hard to keep up with, plus I don't normally shop Food Lion each week. This year's offer was certainly better!
One last tip- it's only the FROZEN Jennie-O turkeys that count for the $.47 per pound, so be sure to get in there and get it today or early tomorrow because you will still have to thaw it before it cooks!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!!!!
Sunday, November 20, 2011
This week both the Raleigh paper and the Wilmington paper had one insert. I found a Smart Source insert in each paper. I did not see a Red Plum.
Honestly, both inserts were a little sad- there weren't too many coupons today in either insert, but that's to be expected for end of the month. Last week's coupons were so awesome; I guess that was the last hurrah for coupons before Thanksgiving! Keep in mind that there will not be coupons in next week's paper either, since it's Thanksgiving.
One tip I give for weeks like this when there are very little or no coupons is to take the opportunity to fix up your binder! Since you won't have many to clip, today and next week will be a great time to go through your binder and pull expired coupons and file any coupons that you've been meaning to put in their sleeves. My binder was all out of order from Super Double coupons, so I finally fixed it back up on Friday night and I felt so much better on my Saturday shopping trip with my binder in order again.
The Wilmington paper coupon insert was thinner than Raleigh's. Almost all the coupons in the Raleigh SmartSource insert were the same as the Wilmington Smart Source insert plus more, so if you can find a Raleigh paper today, I would definitely get it because you'll get more for your money.
Some of the coupons featured today in the Wilmington paper were lots of Pillsbury coupons, LouAna oil, Playtex products, Mariani Cherries, Mueller's Whole Grain Pasta, Claritin, Smart Balance products, Schick Hydro Razors, Scotch-Brite, Sucrets, Air Wick, Caribou Coffee, Phillips Soniccare, and Moe's coupons.
The Raleigh paper had all of the above (except Caribou coffee or Scotch Brite) plus Cold Stone coupons, Allens canned foods, Yoplait, Wright Bacon, EZ Start Duck Tape, Carvel Cakes, Depends, Pediasure, Huggies, Seattle's Best Coffee, Butterball Turkey and Edwards Pies, Hershey's and Reeses Candy, Finish Tablets, Chinet Plates and Cups, Zim's Crack Creme, Starbucks, Pepperidge Farm Cakes, Blue Diamond nuts, Aloutte Cheeses (these are so good and great for parties!), Clean and Clear, Prevacid, Infusium 23, and Olive Garden.
One final tip- check your paper before you walk out of the store! It took me going through FIVE Raleigh papers before I could find one with the coupon inserts in it. This normally isn't a problem for me, so I don't know what happened today.
Happy Thanksgiving and since there will not be any coupons next week, I'll be back with another newspaper comparison on December 4th!
Posted by Delly at 3:42 AM
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Below are the deals for this week from Food Lion, Harris Teeter, and Lowes Foods. See below for a link to all the deals where you can make a printable list! These deals last through Thanksgiving Day.
A couple of points- you can get a Jennie-O turkey from Food Lion for $.69 per pound if you spend at least $35 in the store. This is a good deal, especially considering that turkeys can be $1.50 or more per pound. I even saw some for $2.29 per pound at other stores, so if you need other items from Food Lion, this would be a good time to get your turkey. Also, there is a Unilever products promotion where you can save $5 off a turkey or $10 off a turkey if you buy $15 or $30 worth of the products. I imagine you could end up getting your turkey free or close to it this way!
Harris Teeter has Deer Park water on Saturday special for only $2.77 for a 24 pack. Also, you can get 5 lbs of Domino Sugar for only $1.17 if you have the $.65 off coupon from the paper. Lays Chips are Buy 2 get 3 free, making them only $1.71 per bag. Reynolds Wrap Oven bags and Rachel Ray Chicken Stock are $1.00 after coupon. Finally, I got Dole Mandarin Oranges on sale for $1.00 per can, but after coupon for $.50 off 2 cans, they ended up being only $.50 per can. This is a good deal, as they normally cost $1.85 per can.
Finally, Lowes Foods deals are great this week, too! I saw Butterball Turkey for only $.87 per pound, which is good for a name brand. Also they're running a $4 off 4 promo on Kelloggs cereals, which can really add up if they're on sale and you use a coupon. There are many more deals to be had there, so check the flyer before you shop.
Food Lion Deals
Harris Teeter Deals
Lowes Foods Deals
Posted by Delly at 6:42 AM
Friday, November 18, 2011
Thank you to Kristian J. for sharing this awesome deal on my Facebook page. I checked it out and it is the real thing!
Wilmington and Leland, NC area Papa Johns Pizza stores are offering a free Papa Johns Pizza when you like them on the Papa Johns Wilmington Facebook page. You then fill out a form under the "Free Pizza Tab" on the left and you will receive a code for a free pizza!
I don't know how long this great deal will last, but get it now while it's still going on!
Sunday, November 13, 2011
It's time again to compare the two papers that are available here locally to see which has the most coupons this week!
Interestingly, the Raleigh News and Observer only had one insert this time, a Red Plum. My Wilmington Star News Newspaper had THREE inserts- a Red Plum, Smart Source and a special Everydaysaver. I was very impressed with the Wilmington paper this morning. Don't forget that you can get the Wilmington newspaper for only $1.00 at the Dollar Tree locations.
I was tempted to say the two Red Plum inserts were identical, but then I found two Morton Salt coupons that weren't in the Wilmington Red Plum but were in the Raleigh Red Plum. I Also couldn't find the Tennessee Pride Sausage coupon in the Wilmington paper. But overall, they basically have the same coupons this week.
The Wilmington paper had two additional inserts this week that I did not find in my Raleigh paper. The Everyday Saver insert featured lots of Pillsbury coupons for cookies, biscuits, pie crusts, and crescent rolls. It also had Granola Thins, Hamburger Helper, Green Giant Frozen Veggies and a rare coupon on Green Giant Canned Veggies! The canned veggie coupon is for $.50 off of two, so it will double at Harris Teeter and Lowes Foods. This would make a great coupon to search for extras of on EBAY, as it doesn't expire until January 7th, 2012!
The Everyday saver insert also had Yoplait Greek Yogurt, Betty Crocker Cake Mix and icing coupons and a Bisquick coupon for $.50 off. Note, these coupons usually have matching digital coupons from Harris Teeter EVIC and also from Lowes Foods and Cellfire.com. Finally, I also saw a coupon for Chex Cereals and Progresso soups. This Everyday saver insert is one you don't want to miss!
In additional to the everyday saver inserts, there was also a Smart Source insert in the Wilmington paper. It featured coupons such as Scott products, Egglands Best, Fleischmann's Bread, Reynold's Wrap and Oven Bags for your turkey, Dixie Crystals Sugar, Mrs. Schubert's Bread, Texas Toast Croutons, Pam Cooking Spray, Orville Reddenbacher Popcorn, Sweet n Low, White Castle Burgers, Marie Callendars Dessert Pie, Redi-Whip, Nabisco Crackers, Egg Nog, Bird's Eye Veggies, Carolina Pride Hotdogs, Excedrin and Bruce's Baked Sweet Potatoes.
My point is that you DEFINITELY don't want to miss the Star News this week and I probably would make a pass on the Raleigh paper!
Saturday, November 12, 2011
Every Saturday morning before the Delly's Deals radio show I will be posting the weekly grocery store deals. Many of you do your shopping on the weekends, so I thought that Saturday mornings would be a great time to post them.
Click below to see most of the deals from Food Lion, Harris Teeter or Lowes Foods. Remember, these deals last through Tuesday night! Southern Savers does a great job of posting the deals, and you can even click the boxes of what you want to make a printable shopping list.
Food Lion Deals
Harris Teeter Deals
Lowes Foods Deals
Today, Harris Teeter is running a Saturday special on Clorox Bleach that I like. If you are an EVIC member, you can get up to two 96 ounce jugs for $.97 each. This is already a great price, but it gets better if you have a coupon. Click here to print a $.25 off coupon (this will double to $.50 off) that makes the bleach only $.47 each! Even if you don't need any bleach right now, I would definitely go ahead and get some at this price so that you have it for later. You can only get this deal today, so be sure to grab it!
Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away, so time is running out to get your turkey. I noticed that all three grocery stores are having sales and the prices vary widely. The sales below are going on through Tuesday night.
The best deal on a turkey is definitely at Harris Teeter- get your turkey for only $.47 per pound. Keep in mind that you can only get this great deal if you spend at least $40 in the store, which should be easy if you're doing your weekly shopping there. You might also want to go ahead and get your other items for Thanksgiving such as your canned veggies. This week, Harris Teeter has Del Monte Canned Veggies on sale for buy 2 get 3 free and you can get up to ten cans at this price.
Lowes Foods turkey is on sale for $.77 per pound with a $25 purchase and at Food Lion their turkeys are on sale for $.69 per pound. See below for comparison:
Harris Teeter: $.47 per pound with $40 purchase
Food Lion: $.69 per pound with $35 purchase
Lowes Foods: $.77 per pound with $25 purchase
Normally turkeys cost between $1.19-$1.50 per pound, so those are truly some great deals.
Clearly Harris Teeter is the turkey winner by far! Their turkeys are $.30 per pound less than at Lowes Foods. On a 10 pound turkey, this would equate to $3.00 worth of savings. On a 20 pound turkey this would equate to $6.00 in savings.
Keep in mind though, that if you want to get that price, you have to spend money in the store, so on a basis of where you'd have to spend the least to get the special price, Lowes Foods wins, since you only have to spend $25 to get the $.77 per pound price.
Check in with me here tomorrow morning for my weekly Star News versus News and Observer article. Have a great Saturday!
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
I guess I'm on a Veteran's Day kick since I keep finding new discounts for Veterans Day.
It turns out that both Food Lion and Harris Teeter are offering discounts to Veterans on November 11th. With this being a blog about saving money on groceries, I found it imperative that I announce this!
Food Lion will be giving a 10% discount to Veterans and active military when they present their ID on Friday, November 11th. Click here for details.
Harris Teeter will be offering an 11% discount to Veterans and active military when they present their ID on Friday. The 11% comes from the unique date of 11-11-11, which is Friday's date. Click here for details.
I have not seen any news about a discount from Lowes Foods; if you see something, please notify me and I'll be glad to post it.
Happy Veterans Day and again, thanks to all of you for your service to our country!
Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Veterans Day is coming up on Friday and I love how many restaurants offer free meals to honor those who have served us. I thought it would be a great idea to post which restaurants are offering these free meals to veterans and active military and also which day. There are some instances where the restaurant offers the meal on a day other than Veterans Day, so Veterans have the opportunity to eat at more than one restaurant for free.
I think that Golden Corral, Applebees, Chilis, and Texas Roadhouse are the most generous. Those restaurants do not require any other purchase and offer a complete free meal!
Some of the others still offer great deals, but require some other type of purchase. Read below for the details.
Monday, November 14, 2011
Click here for details on the free Golden Corral Veterans Dinner
Friday, November 11, 2011
11 a.m.-2 p.m.
*Must present military ID
Click here for details on the free Texas Roadhouse Veterans Dinner
All Day Friday, November 11, 2011
10 Free Wings (must buy drink)
*Must present military ID
Click here for details on the free Hooters Wings for Veterans
Free Bloomin' Onion
November 7-11th, 2011
Click here for details on the free Bloomin Onion from Outback Steakhouse
Free meal from select menu
Friday, November 11, 2011
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Click here for details on the free meal at Chilis for Veterans
Free meal from select menu
Friday, November 11, 2011
All day during business hours
Click here for details on the free meal at Applebees for Veterans
Buy one meal, get one free
Friday, November 11, 2011
Click here for details on the TGI Fridays B1G1 offer for Veterans
Also, click here to read a great article from Coupon Sherpa with "35 Veterans Day Freebies," including a 10 percent discount at Lowes Home Improvement, Home Depot, and Dollar General.
As always, before you make plans, be sure to call to your local restaurant and verify that they are participating.
Thank you to all those who have served for your service to this country!
Monday, November 7, 2011
There is only one full day left in Super Double Coupon week! Super Double Coupons ends Tuesday night at 11:59 p.m. so you still have time to shop and have your higher value coupons double.
If you haven't seen some of the great deals that people have been getting, please check out the Delly's Deals Facebook page. Local readers have been posting all their great deals from Super Doubles week and I am so impressed. Check it out- you might find a deal that you skipped!
Also, today is the last day of my Facebook contest. If you post a great grocery deal that you found this week, I will enter your name into a drawing for a $10 grocery store gift card! The drawing will be tonight, around 6 p.m., so get on over to Delly's Deals on Facebook and enter!
Sunday, November 6, 2011
Finally, I'm in town on a Sunday morning! I've been MIA the last two Sundays, out of town each week, so I was unable to compare the two papers because I couldn't get a Wilmington paper.
But now I'm back and this week there are some great coupons in both papers. Each paper had two inserts- a Smart Source and a Red Plum. I did notice that the Raleigh paper had a few more coupons than the Wilmington paper, although I doubt you'll be disappointed with either one. I bought two Raleigh and one Wilmington.
A couple of things I noted- lots of baking coupons right now. I saw Pillsbury Brownie Mix, Crisco oil, and flour. These are just a few. I was particularly excited about the Crisco, because I've been waiting for oil to go on sale for quite some time now. It finally went on sale for $2.99 at Harris Teeter, which isn't bad (I actually think it will go even lower at some point in the near future), but $2.99 is definitely better than the usual $4+ price.
Until next week!
Thursday, November 3, 2011
Although some of you have already heard the ad, I'm excited to announce the start of the Delly's Deals Radio Show on the Big Talker FM, starting on Saturday morning!
The show will run from 10-11 a.m. on 106.3 or 93.7 FM. You can also stream it online from any part of the country, so those of you readers from other areas are welcome to listen in. Go to The Big Talker Website and click, "Listen Now" on the left side to start up the streaming option.
I will be discussing current issues revolving couponing, sharing strategies for better couponing, sharing weekly grocery store deals, and taking calls related to couponing and sales. I am particularly excited about answering any couponing related questions you may have and I also hope others will call in and share their great deals! Collective knowledge is so powerful and we all learn from each other, so I'm looking forward to hearing from other couponers in the community.
The show will run each Saturday morning from 10-11 a.m., so I hope you will have an opportunity to tune in!
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
I paid $18.97 for all these groceries, down from a total of $87.53.
Items pictured: Harris Teeter Fresh Lettuce Salad Mix, Celestial Seasonings Green Tea, 2 Jars of Wolfgang Puck Spaghetti Sauce, Herbal Essences Shampoo, Gold Peak Green Tea 64 oz, Gold Peak Sweet Tea 64 oz, 5 Cans of Green Giant Veggies, Dawn Dish Detergent, Bounty Paper Towels Select-a-size, Febreeze Set and Refresh, Ortega Taco Shells, Ortega Tostada Shells, 3 Carpet Fresh Scented Powders, Welch's Grape Juice 64 oz, Campbells Kettle Style Soup, Bear Creek Potato Soup Mix, Always Infinity Maxis 14 ct., Crest Complete Deep Clean Toothpaste, Angus Cubed Steak, 4 Bananas, 3 Activia Greek Yogurts, 1 Dozen Large Eggs, Smart Balance Half Gallon of Milk, Coffee Mate Brown Sugar Maple Latte Creamer
This morning I got up early and did my first Super Double Coupons week trip to Harris Teeter in Mayfaire. Although I was organized and prepared with my two sets of coupons (freebies and cheapies), the trip took longer than expected due to the fact that the store had not changed over all their prices from the previous week's sale. This made shopping a challenge, as I had to go by memory on some of the prices. For example, the Wolfgang Puck Spaghetti Sauce was on sale for $2.00 but the tag still said $2.99. This caused me to second guess whether it should be included on my freebies list, as I had a $1.00 off coupon that would double to $2.00 off. I noticed employees still changing tags, so I went ahead and got the soup. Good thing too, because it ended up being a money maker!
Other than that problem, the trip was successful. I ended up getting $87.53 worth of groceries for only $18.97, so I was happy with that. Also, I got $1.50 back in the form of Catalina coupons to use in the store on my next trip, due to a special promo going on with the Wolfgang Puck Spaghetti Sauce, so if you count that, I guess you could say that I really spent only $17.47 for 34 items, many of them being expensive items (specialty milks, feminine products, meat, specialty toothpaste, to name a few).
Below are the FREE items that I got:
In addition to the above freebies, I got lots of cheapies (items under $.50). For example, I liked the deal on Green Giant Canned Veggies. They are Buy 2 Get 3 Free, so I got five cans for only 2.70. I also had a $.50 off, making the total for all five $2.20 (.44 each). Not the best deal ever on canned veggies, but still very good.
I also got Coffee Mate Creamer for only .17, after paper and digital coupons, and I made money on a roll of Bounty Paper towels. They were free after my $1.00 paper coupon (from Essence Magazine) and then I still got a $.50 credit for a Bounty digital coupon, making it a $.50 money maker. The Herbal Essences Shampoo was a deal, at only 3.16, making it $.16 after digital coupon and paper coupon. Honestly, I think it was supposed to be a money maker, because I thought it was on sale for $2.50, so I may check back with the store on that pricing.
There are so many deals to be had this week, especially if you combine digital and paper coupons. Through Monday, November 7th, if you post on the Delly's Deals Facebook Page to share your great deals that you get (from any store, not just Harris Teeter), you will be entered into a drawing for a $10 grocery store gift card, so be sure to drop in and share!
I got paid $2.50 to take these two spaghetti sauces home!
This morning at Harris Teeter I got PAID to buy the Wolfgang Puck Spaghetti Sauce. Boy was that an awesome surprise!
Actually, part of it was planned; another part of it was a surprise. This deal is running all week, so you can get it, too!
The Wolfgang Puck sauces are on sale for $2.00 (regularly priced $2.99), so you're already saving.
Then, there was a coupon from the October 9th Sunday newspaper for $1.00 off. Since it's Super Double coupon week, that $1.00 off turns into $2.00 off. That makes the sauce FREE!
But it gets better......there is a $1.00 off digital EVIC coupon from the Harris Teeter website that I had clicked and uploaded to my shopper card. Even though the sauce was free with my paper coupons, Harris Teeter still allows me to use the $1.00 digital coupon, so that means I EARNED $1.00!
Believe it or not, it still gets better! After I paid for my groceries, a $.75 Catalina coupon printed out for me to use on anything in the store on my next purchase! Since I bought two Wolfgang Puck sauces, I earned two of these, totaling $1.50!!!
So, in all, I paid nothing for the sauces and I earned $2.50!!!!! That's money that can go towards something else, like fruit, meat or veggies.
Now that's what I call an awesome deal!
Tuesday, November 1, 2011
In honor of Super Double Coupons Week starting tomorrow, it just occurred to me to post on how I get ready for Super Double Coupon Week.
I have been out of town the past two weekends, so I just now started preparing for the big week. Since I can only double twenty coupons per day, I figured that I will at least have my first shopping trip ready for tomorrow and that I can work on the rest later. I will probably go 3-4 times this week, for a total of around 80 coupons.
Remember, the rules of Super Double coupon week are that you can double up to twenty coupons per day, including coupons that are up to $1.99 in face value on the coupon. This means that $1.00 will double to $2.00, $1.50 will double to $3.00 and $1.75 will double to $3.50 off.
Read my post, "How I Get Prepare for Triple Coupons Week" to get specific details on exactly what I do to prepare. Although I was preparing for Triple coupon week when I did that post about six weeks ago, the steps that I follow are the same for this week's Super Double Coupon week.
Other tips to remember-
A. Try to get the items you want the most (particularly the free ones) first. Sometimes popular items sell out. Although the grocery store will restock, it's hard to know exactly when and how many of an item they will get in.
B. Order any coupons for items your family goes through quite a bit, but only if it will be a good deal. You can order from EBAY or Kuntry Klippers to get item specific coupons.
C. Pull any $1.00, $1.50, and $1.75 off coupons out of your binder and place in an envelope marked specifically for Super Double coupons. That way, you can easily price check in store to see if it will be a good deal. Also, organize the coupons by aisle in the grocery store for maximum efficiency, although this is not required.
D. Don't forget to upload your digital coupons! Go to your Harris Teeter weekly emails, click "EVIC coupons" and load as many as you like onto your shopper card. I noticed lots of P&G coupons that have digital matchups, so this means you will double your paper coupon AND get the digital coupons off, too! I have also been getting overage on my digital coupons, so that's a nice bonus!
I love to hear about all your great deals! Post here or on the Delly's Deals Facebook Page and share your deals with us all week!