Everyone's been talking about all the great deals they've been getting at Harris Teeter this week because it's Super Doubles week. Well, this week has been a crazy week at work... so crazy that I even asked a special guest to share her deals with viewers Thursday because I was on assignment! Delly Mellor from Delly's Deals visited Fox Wilmington to share her amazing savings! Many thanks to Delly - who, by the way, is holding a coupon workshop at the Northeast Library on Feb. 25th.
So, after work Thursday, I finally went to Harris Teeter to do my own shopping. I spent only $18 on about $94 worth of stuff - I even got a weird discount that I wasn't expecting: $10 off $50. I haven't seen anyone mention this one, and I haven't been able to find it on the Harris Teeter website. Oh well, I'll take it!
I feel bad because I kind of lost track of what I spent on each product. With the mystery discount and trying to figure out overages and whatnot, I kind of lost track of my actual savings for a couple of individual products. I did the best I could...
The Got 2 B Rockin It products were only 19-cents each because they were already on sale for $3.19... and I had a coupon from Sunday's paper for $3 off. That's a great savings since it was more than $6 originally!
The Seattle's Best Coffee= PAID $4.39 (reg. 8.39, on sale for 7.39 - 1.50 coupon - 1.50 double = 4.39)
Glade Plug Ins FREE! (reg. 1.79 - 1.50 coupon - 1.50 double = overage, but HT doesn't give overages)
Cherry Pie filling = PAID $.49-cents (reg. 2.49 - 1.00 coupon - 1.00 double = .49)
Truvia = PAID $1.85 (reg. 4.35 - 1.00 coupon - 1.00 coupon - .50 ZVR (evic) = 1.85) Only could use the zvr once, so the second Truvia box was $2.35.
Wisk Detergent = PAID $2.97 (reg. 6.99, on sale for 4.97 - 1.00 coupon - 1.00 double = 3.97)
Waggin Train Dog Treats = PAID $.75-cents (reg. 3.75 - 1.50 coupon - 1.50 double = .75-cents)
Rhode White Dinner Rolls = PAID FREE (reg. 2.49, on sale 1.67 - 1.00 coupon - 1.00 double = overage)
McCain Potatoes = PAID $.50-cents (reg. 3.45, on sale 2.50 - 1.00 coupon - 1.00 double = .50-cents)
Alexia Frozen Products = PAID $2.69 (reg. 4.69 - 1.00 coupon - 1.00 double = 2.69)
Smart Balance sprayable butter = PAID $.70-cents (reg. 3.39, on sale for 1.70 - 1.00 coupon for two - 1.00 double = .70-cents each)
Smart Balance milk = PAID FREE (reg. 3.99, on sale 3.00 - 1.50 coupon - 1.50 double = 0)
***Then subtract $10 off that total***
2/17/2012 06:18:31 am
Thanks Manda!! Mare is the Queen. Both of you guys are!
2/17/2012 06:50:21 am
Awesome savings Michelle! Way to go! What a great $10 surprise! Hmmm...maybe one day I'll be shocked with that coupon too! :) Happy Shopping and Saving! Keep up the great work!
2/17/2012 10:51:12 am
Great shopping Michelle! I can solve the mystery of the extra $10 off of $50. It was a VIC special to any VIC card holder I believe. It was on my email from HT. I can't wait to go shopping tomorrow!
2/17/2012 11:13:55 am
It was a lot of fun! I'm going to go again after work tonight!
Awesome savings! I got the $10 off $50 too - you'll find it on the top of your weekly email and if you log in to your HT account it shows up after you click "evic" on the left sidebar. I love when I see those extra savings in my email! Although sometimes I hit about $45 and have to work to add a few items to hit the $50.
Leave a Reply.