Harris Teeter Triple Coupon Deals

So this morning I hit up Harris Teeter before work and you can see what I came home with in the picture above. It was not my greatest morning of triple coupons ever, but I wanted to break it down to show you how the sales work. (Prices may be a little different where you live.)

VIVA Big Roll Paper Towels
Regular Price $2.69
1 coupon for $.85 ($.85 tripled is $2.55)
Final price: $.14

Welch’s Grape Jelly
Regular Price $2.29
1 coupon for $.75 ($.75 tripled is $2.25)
Final price: $.04

Ortega Taco Seasoning (2 packages)
Regular Price $2.38 (for both)
1 coupon for $.75 ($.75 tripled is $2.25)
Final price: $.13 for both

Campbells Tomato Soup (12 cans)
Regular price $10.20 (for all 12)
Sale price with VIC card $7.20 (for all 12)
3 coupons for $.40 off of 4 ($.40 tripled is $1.20 x 3 coupons= $3.60)
So the final price ended up being the $7.20 – $3.60 = $3.60
Price per can : $.30

Ragu Sauce (2 jars)
Regular price $4.78 (for both)
Sale price with VIC card $4.38 (for both)
1 coupon for $.75 off of 2 ($.75 tripled is $2.25)
Final price: $2.53 for both

Wacky Mac Vegetable Pasta
Regular price $1.49
Sale price VIC card $1.29
1 coupon for $.50 off (tripled is $1.50)
Final price: FREE

Fiber One bars (these are one of my favorite snacks!)
Regular Price $3.49
Sale price with VIC card $2.50
1 coupon for $.40 (tripled is $1.20)
Final price: $1.30

French’s Fried Onions
Regular Price $2.49
1 coupon for $.75 (tripled is $2.25)
Final price: $.24

Welch’s White Grape Pomegrante Juice (this was a splurge)
Regular Price $4.59
Sale price with VIC $3.99
1 coupon for $.75 (tripled is $2.25)
Final price: $1.74

Steamfresh Vegetables
Regular Price $2.00
1 coupon $.50 (tripled is $1.50)
Final price: $.50

This last one was a great deal. Right now at Harris Teeter if you purchase 5 or more boxes of Green Giant frozen vegetables you get a $3 off coupon for your next visit to Harris Teeter.

Green Giant Frozen Vegetable (2 boxes)
Regular Price $3.58 (for both)
Price with VIC card $1.98 (for both)
1 coupon for $.50 off 2 (tripled is $1.50)
Final price: $.48 for both boxes

PLUS since I did this three times for a total of six boxes, I got the $3 off coupon!

All of this took about 30 minutes last night sitting on the floor while watching The Biggest Loser. How long it will take in Harris Teeter depends on how well you know the store. Here is my advice:

– Give yourself plenty of time. If you are in a rush at the store you will lose count of things, mix up coupons or forget items. You need to be able to relax.
– If you have never done triples, I would recommend not using self check out. It is sometimes easier to have the cashier handle everything.
– Don’t expect to buy a million things. You can only use 20 coupons a day.
– This is the biggest and most important one: If you really want to make a killing at triple coupons just shop for specific items and not meals. Unless you shop at Harris Teeter for your groceries all the time, their prices may not be cheaper than where you generally shop. I usually come home with everything and plan my meals out of what is in my pantry- then I can run to my discount store and buy whatever ingredients I need.

If you want any help or have any more advice please comment to this and I will be sure to post it for everyone to see. Also, if you get some great deals and want to share, please leave a comment too!

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