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How to make the most of Harris Teeter's Super Double Coupon events

Chris Seward - MCT
Members of the Savvy Savers Coupon Clippers gather twice a month to swap their unwanted coupons for ones they want/need at Southeast Regional Library in Garner, North Carolina on February 13, 2013. (Chris Seward/Raleigh News & ObserverMCT)

By The Deal Diva

This is a great opportunity to build your stockpile and even find lots of freebies to donate.


1. They will double coupons with a value of $2.00 or less. At the register when presenting a $2 off coupon, you will save $4

2. Use your VIC card

3. You can only use 3 coupons for the same item

4. Only 20 coupons for each transaction/day. This means that with your VIC card you can use the triple coupon special on 20 coupons per day. You cannot use your VIC card at one location on 20 coupons and then go across town and use it again on another 20 coupons. You can use 15 coupons at one HT location and the 5 more at another HT location on the same day.

Best Practices:

o Visit and and to get more coupons.

o Buy an extra copy of the Charlotte Observer.

o Ask friends and neighbors and trade unused coupons, create Coupon Karma!

o Plan your trips and know what you want to get before you enter the store.

o Plan to visit more than once since stock can be depleted.

o Visit the websites and Facebook pages of your favorite manufacturers like, Kellogg’s, General Mills, Purina, Pillsbury, Dannon or Crest to find extra coupons.

o Please do not be a “shelf clearer” This is a shopper who takes the very last one of an item. Be considerate of other shoppers.

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