Harris Teeter Coupon Matchups: March 30 - April 5
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Harris Teeter Coupon Matchups: March 30 – April 5

Posted on Wednesday, March 30th, 2016 at 9:03 am
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Welcome to this week’s Harris Teeter Coupon Matchups! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups! Please note that prices can vary by region.

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Country Crock Spread, 45 oz – B1G1
  • $0.35/1 Country Crock Spread – 3-20-16 RP; Includes 45 oz Only; Excludes Trial and Travel Size; Maximum 2 Identical Coupons Allowed In Same Shopping Trip (exp. 04/17/16)
  • $0.70/1 Country Crock Spread – 3-20-16 RP; Includes 45 oz Only (exp. 04/17/16)
Final Price: Free
use $0.70/1 coupon

Dean’s Dip, 12 – 16 oz – B1G1
Final Price: $0.42

Palermo’s Pizza, 14.9 – 20.7 oz – B1G1
Final Price: $3.74

Perdue Short Cuts, 9 oz – B1G1
  • $0.75/1 Perdue Simply Smart, Perdue Short Cuts or Perdue Breaded Refridgerated Breaded Chicken Product- 3-13-16 RP
Final Price: $0.79

Texas Pete Wing Sauce, 17.5 oz – B1G1
Final Price: $1.59

Dannon Greek, Zero, or Light & Fit Yogurt, 5.3 oz – $0.77 – e-vic
  • $1.00/1 Dannon (3) Light & Fit Single Serves or (1) Light & Fit 4 pk or Quart – 2-21-16 SS (exp. 03/31/16)
Final Price: $0.43

Eggland’s Best Eggs, doz – $2.99
  • $0.50/1 Eggland’s Best Eggs – 1-31-16 RP (exp. 04/30/16)
Final Price: $1.99
Personal Care

Crest 3D White or ProHealth Toothpaste, 4.1 – 5.8 oz – $3.99
Final Price: $2.49
use $0.75/1 coupon

Silk Almond, Coconut, and Soy Milk, 64 oz – $2.50 – stock up & save

must buy 4

Final Price: $1.00
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