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Harris Teeter Super Doubles coupon event - January 6th - 12th

Using coupons at the grocery store is one way to live frugally. I always use coupons on food and healthy beauty products and they have saved me thousands of dollars over the past few years. Harris Teeter is having a Super Doubles coupon event beginning January 6th and running through January 12th. During this event, Harris Teeter will double a manufacturer coupon with a value of $1.98 or less. As a coupon user I like to take advantage of coupon events like these as I can score many free and extremely cheap items. Below is a sample of some of the free items you can get this week at Harris Teeter:

Coffee-Mate Creamer 16 oz., $2.00
-$1.00 off Coffee-Mate printable coupon

Kings Hawaiian Rolls 4 ct., $1.39
-$1.00 off King Hawaiian coupon from 12/13 Red Plum (Sunday newspaper coupon insert)

Ore Ida Easy Fries, $1.45
-$1.50 off 2 Ore Ida Fries printable coupon (click on promotion)

Chinet Napkins 40 ct., $.94
-$1.00 off Chinet coupon from 11/22 SmartSource (Sunday newspaper coupon insert)

Bayer Aspirin 32 ct., $1.99
-$1.00 off Bayer Aspirin coupon from 10/25 or 01/03 Red Plum (Sunday newspaper coupon insert)

Ivory Bar Soap 3 ct., $1.45
-$1.00 off Ivory bar soap from 12/27 Proctor & Gamble (Sunday newspaper coupon insert)

Click here for a full list of coupon matchups.

Click here to find your local Harris Teeter.




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