Food Lion Coupon $5 off $25 Purchase through June 5th!


There is an awesome coupon that you can print on Food Lion’s website right now. It is for $5 off a $25 purchase and you can use it on this week’s sales flyer since it expires on Tuesday.

Food Lion has some wonderful deals right now on meats and produce such as:

Meat/Seafood Deals:

Holly Farms Chicken Breasts or Tenders: 50% off
Boneless Pork Chops: $2.99 per pound
Boneless Top Sirloin Steaks Value Pack $4.99 per pound
Boneless Chuck Roast: $3.99 per pound
Boneless Stew Beef: $3.49 per pound
Food Lion Brand Large Raw or Cooked Shrimp B1G1 FREE
Ground Round Beef: $3.99 per pound (not really sure if this is a good price but it was listed in the flyer)
Whole Smoked Pork Picnics: $1.49 per pound

Produce Deals:

Red Seedless Grapes: $1.27 per pound (great price)
Cantaloupes: $2 each
3 pound bag of Gala Apples: $2.50 each (great price)
5 pound bag of Red Potatoes: $2.97 each
3 pound bag of Yellow Onions: $1.99 each
Fresh Express  or Dole Salads: $2.00 per bag
4 pound bag of Premium Navel Oranges $2.99 each

There are a few grocery deals that you could also use coupons on plus still use the $5 off $25 coupon. 

Grocery Deals:  

Kraft Macaroni and Cheese or Velveeta Shells and Cheese: $2.00 
Buy 2 Ragu for $4 and get My Essentials Pasta for Free (use Lowes Foods Spring Savings Booklet $.55 off Ragu Coupon to Pay only $2.90 for all three
My Essentials Tea Bags $1 each 24 count
Huggies and Pull ups $8.99 (I have some $1.50 and $2.00 off coupons)
Pantene- Buy 1 Shampoo or Conditioner and Get 1 Style Product Free (Use B1G1 coupon from P&G May 1st and get both free but coupon expires today!)

Keep in mind that Food Lion does accept all manufacturer’s coupons plus they have their own store coupons that you can print from their website and use along with a manufacturer’s coupon. Food Lion also has digital coupons that you can upload to your store shopper card. Finally, Food Lion does not double coupons, so your coupon will be taken at face value.

To print the coupon, click here and follow the instructions. I just printed mine and it was easy, so you shouldn’t have any problems. It will only print one time per computer, so be sure to have your printer ready.

Delly’s Deals on Facebook


I wanted to do a quick post reminding everyone to find Delly’s Deals on Facebook. Sometimes people ask why I don’t update my web site more often; the answer is that I’m too busy posting all day on Facebook! 

I only post articles here about 3-4 times per week but I post on Facebook usually at least 3-4 times per day, often many more than that. I also share coupons that you can print on Facebook (I posted three today). Right now, my coupon sharer program makes it a lot easier to share coupon deals on Facebook than here on my website. 

Another benefit of the Facebook page is that other couponers post there, too. It’s always fun to see what deals others find and  you can also ask questions if something confuses you. There will be plenty of people there to help answer!

Don’t be afraid of Facebook. I know some people have fears about joining but I do know folks who have a very simple profile, no photos of themselves or their family and they only use Facebook as a means of connecting with businesses and getting deals and coupons.

Click here to like Delly’s Deals on Facebook and I hope to see you there!

Delly’s Deals Radio Show Notes


Thank you to our show sponsors, I Am Salon and Day Spa, Indoor Mechanical Service, Tutoring Solutions, and Memories of a Child. Please support these local businesses as they help make the Delly’s Deals Radio Show possible! Check out the May specials from I Am Salon and Day Spa. All May they are offering B1G1 half off gift cards. Tutoring Solutions is offering 10% off if you mention my name. Also, Indoor Mechanical Service is offering a $45 tune up special for your heating and air unit, which is an awesome deal, so be sure to call them. Finally, Memories of a Child has TONS of great warm weather clothes right now, so if you need spring and summer wear for your kids, as well as water gear, be sure to drop by. You get an extra 10% off if you mention my name (Delly)!

This week on the Delly’s Deals Radio Show I shared some Memorial Day Deals. I also reminded everyone that there will not be any coupons in the Sunday paper tomorrow. So take a break, sleep in, and forget about coupons, at least for one day!

* Harris Teeter Saturday special is $97 Capri Suns 10 packs and $.97 Chips Ahoy, limit two for each item. Use this coupon on the chips ahoy and get them for $.47 each!!! Awesome deal.

*Now is the time to stock up on paper plates, charcoal, sunscreen, chips, hotdogs, sodas and any of those types of cookout foods and items. Use the store sales flyer and your coupons for extra savings!

*Free cool whip at Harris Teeter. Go here to the Cool Whip Facebook page and print a coupon for $.50 off 1. It will double, making the cool whip free.

*Family Dollar is offering a $5 off $25 coupon on their web page. Go to to print it. They are also running a great sale on charcoal for B1G1 half off and you can combine this with coupons and the $5 off $25 coupon. Also, Pepsi 12 packs are $2.50 each with in-store ad coupon there and Lays Chips are $2.50 each with in-store ad coupon.

*Next Friday is national donut day. Get a free donut at Krispy Kreme (no strings attached) and a free donut at Dunkin Donuts if you buy a drink.

Happy Memorial Day! Let’s take a moment to remember those who have died serving our amazing country!

Working the Deals at Family Dollar


We are so lucky here in Southeastern NC to have so many wonderful stores to choose from. Competition is key in making sure that consumers get great prices and deals. 

I do know that some of my readers are in areas where grocery stores do not double coupons; that is a shame but great deals can still be had.

One place that is often overlooked is Family Dollar. It is a national dollar store chain but not in the traditional sense. Not everything costs $1.00 and they have many name brand products for sale at good prices. In addition, they do take manufacturer’s coupons. They will take up to two coupons per item, provided that one coupon is a manufacturer’s coupon and one is a store coupon. They will not accept two manufacturer’s coupon for one item. They explain their policy very clearly on their web page here. Family Dollar does not address any sort of limit on the number of coupons that you can use in general. So for example, if you wanted to buy ten packs of diapers and you had ten manufacturer diaper coupons, I presume you could use all ten. They also have coupons available for print on their website, at

Even better is that once or twice a month, they also put $5 off $25 purchase coupons in their store flyer. Note that the $5 off $25 is only found in the Sunday newspaper flyer (occasionally they send it in the mail). If you look for this $5 coupon in the store, you will not find it, so you have to have it ahead of time. Here’s a secret- the $5 off $25 coupon is also available for you to print on their website here.

This week Family Dollar had some awesome sales PLUS there was that $5 off $25 coupon inside the flyer. One sale I noticed is Heinz Ketchup (fairly big bottle) for $1.50. After $.50 off coupon from the Sunday newspaper, this makes the ketchup only $1.00. If I’m not mistaken, that is the same price as Harris Teeter this week after the coupon doubles there.

I did a good deal there this week on Luvs Diapers. They were not on sale (if they had been, my deal would have been even better). I needed diapers, however, and I know they are decently priced at Family Dollar, so even though they weren’t on sale, I decided to go for it. When I arrived, I was surprised to find $1.00 off LUVS coupons sitting on the shelf! Even better is that they were manufacturer’s coupons, so I could either use them at Family Dollar or take them to another store when they go on sale elsewhere.

I decided to buy 4 packs. This is how the deal worked out for me:

4 Packs of LUVS at $7.50 each- $30
4 LUVS coupons for $1.00 each- minus $4
Total so far: $26
Use my $5 off $25 purchase coupon= $21

So I paid $21 plus tax for four packs of diapers (that is $5.25 a pack).

That’s a pretty good deal- not the best deal I’ve ever gotten but certainly better than the usual price. Also, I compared the price to Sams Club and it turns out that the price per diaper is EXACTLY the same! At both stores it is $.15 per diaper. Keep in mind, though, that at Family Dollar there are no membership fees and you can also use VISA credit card (don’t know if that matters to some people- I know SAMS doesn’t accept VISA credit cards, only VISA debit). I haven’t checked WalMart’s price on size 4 LUVS, but if you know it, fill me in. I am betting it’s higher than the deal I got at Sams Club.

This is a great week to check out Family Dollar, due to the coupon and to the many Memorial Day Sales they had in their flyer. This week, all charcoal is Buy one get one half off; Gain, Tide, Bounty Basic and Bounty are $5, Hefty Trash Bags are 2 for $5, Pepsi Product 12 packs are $2.50 each (with store coupon) and Soft Soap Body Wash is 2 for $5. There are also some clothing sales, too, like buy two get third for $1. Keep in mind that you can still use coupons plus the $5 off $25 on these prices to bring down your total. These sales are available through Monday, May 28th.

Shopping at Family Dollar can be fun and economical! Check them out!

How to Cut Your Grocery Bill by 50% Workshop Today!


I have a workshop today, Saturday, May 26th in Wilmington at NE Regional Library. I would LOVE to see you there! Workshop is from 1-4 p.m., so you will get out in time for your Memorial Day evening cookouts :)

We will be covering tons of great info about how you can cut your grocery bill by 50% or more! Each attendee will receive a guidebook, $30+ in coupons, pens, snacks and tons of great info. 

Cost is only $12 per person or $10 if you bring a friend (friends must RSVP, too)

Binders and couponing accessories will also be available for purchase. Cash, check or credit is available for those.

Click here for details- hope to see you there and spread the word!

RSVP above by clicking “Workshops” at the top of the web page.

Awesome Deals at CVS- paid $14.07 plus tax for $51.21 worth of products!

 I MADE money buying some of these products today at CVS!

When things work out, shopping can be so much fun at CVS! 

I wanted to share a trip that I did that you can also do, too, through Saturday night. I bought over $50 worth of products for only $14.07 out of pocket, plus taxes! Even better is that after I paid, I still got $4 back in Extrabucks to use on another order, so it’s like I paid $10.07 for all of those products!

This week, many of the coupons from the Raleigh Sunday paper matched sales going on at CVS in their flyer. This made for pretty easy deals.

I split my order into three transactions, so that I could use Extrabucks that I earned from the first two transactions to pay for everything else. The cashier was very nice and did not mind at all, especially since I told her I would be doing this and also let people behind me go before I did a second or third transaction.

This is what I did:

Transaction #1

 I paid $12.07 plus tax for these facial products, and after I paid I got back $5 in Extrabucks to spend on a future order!

I bought:

1 Simple Facial Wash
1 Simple Facial Wipes
1 Simple Facial Exfoliator

I redeemed:
2 coupons, each for $1 off of a Simple Product. I got these out of the Raleigh paper. I only had two coupons; if I’d had another, I would have used it, too. 

I also had a CVS coupon for $3 off my total order of personal care products or cosmetics. I had just gotten it from the CVS coupon center before I got in line, so it pays to go over and scan your CVS card when you go into the store!

My total came to $12.07 plus tax, but I got back $5 in Extrabucks because CVS was running a promo that said, “Buy $15 of Simple Products and get $5 in Extrabucks back.” Before my coupons came off, I had spent $15 worth, so that’s why I earned the $5 bonus Extrabucks. Great deal. On to the next transaction!

Transaction #2

 I paid only $2.00 plus tax for all of these products!

I bought:

3 Suave Body Washes
12 Suave Lotions 18 oz
1 Irish Spring Mens Deoderant
1 Irish Spring Mens Body Wash

(CVS is running a promo where if you buy 2 Irish Spring products, you earn $4 in Extrabucks (super easy) and if you buy $12 of Suave products, you earn $4 in Extrabucks. My combination of 3 Suave body washes and 2 Suave Lotions added up to $12 before my coupons. You can do your own combo if you want.)

I redeemed: 

2 coupons for the Irish Spring products, each for $.50 off, totaling $1.00 off
1 Buy one Get one Free coupon for the Suave Lotions, which took off $3.00
1 Buy 2 get one Free coupon for the Suave body washes, which took off $3.00
1 CVS coupon for $5 off my total purchase (this came from the Extracare center on a previous trip)
My $5 worth of Extrabucks that I had just earned from Transaction #1

My total came to: $2.00 plus tax for 4 body washes, 1 deoderant and 2 big bottles of lotion! Even better is that after I paid, I got back $8 in Extrabucks to spend on my next order! Counting the Extrabucks, I actually MADE $6! Without coupons or promos, the total would have been $24.27. On to the last transaction.

Transaction #3 

 I paid $0.00 for these Kleenex and still had $4 in Extrabucks to spend left over!

I was sick last weekend and really needed Kleenex. They were not on sale, but I bought three boxes and paid for them with $4 of my Extrabucks that were left over from Transaction #2.

3 boxes of Kleenex came to $3.87. I redeemed the $4 in Extrabucks and paid $0 for them! Actually, I had to pay the $.27 in tax, but that was from the state of NC, not CVS :)

After I was done, I still had $4 in Extrabucks left to spend on another trip. I will save them to use on another purchase.

I hope I explained well how I did this. CVS offers so many promos, some weeks they are so generous, as they were this week. Simply check out the flyer for promos on products that you would use, match your coupons to them, and then use your Extrabucks that you earned to pay for future transactions. 

Let me know what kind of deals you find at CVS this week!

Awesome Deal on Name-Brand Sunscreen at Rite Aid!

 I got 8 bottles of sunscreen for $3.61 each! 
These would have cost $87.92 if I had bought them full price with no sale!

With three children and a pool in the backyard, sunscreen is a valuable commodity around here! One thing I have learned is that the time to get your sunscreen is NOW! 

Stores (especially drug stores) are gearing up for summer by offering great deals on many summer products such as bug spray, outdoor items, and sunscreen. To make things even sweeter, the manufacturers have put out coupons to match many of these sales. I can guarantee you that you won’t see these deals in the dead heat of the summer; by then, the sales and coupons will be sparse. It pays to get stocked up now before it gets hot and before you end up running to the store on your way to the beach and paying full price. Regular price on most sunscreen is between $8-$11 per bottle. I know some people buy dollar store sunscreen; call me paranoid, but I just don’t trust it as much. Besides that, I prefer the spray-on and I have never seen that at the dollar stores. Again, with children, it takes forever to rub sunscreen on, so I really love to buy the easier-to-use spray.

But, of course I don’t want to pay full price for it!

This week Rite Aid had several very generous deals on sunscreen. For the record, CVS did, too, but by my math the best deal was at Rite Aid. I will explain below how I got eight bottles for about $3.61 each!

I had to do two transactions. The reason is that I earned +UP rewards (Rite Aid money) off the first transaction, which I then applied to the second transaction to help save on my second purchase.

Transaction #1

First, buy 6 bottles of Banana Boat and use 3 $1 off coupons. 
After paying, you will get back $10 in +UP rewards to use on another shopping trip!

This week at Rite Aid, buy $30 worth of Banana Boat or Hawaiian Tropic Products and get $10 in +UP rewards back.

Banana Boat Sunscreen is ALSO on sale for B1G1 free this week at Rite Aid- makes the deal even better!

I bought 3 bottles of Banana Boat Spray Sunscreen for $10.99. I got 3 more for FREE, since they are on B1G1 free sale through Saturday. $10.99 x 3= $32.97, so I have now met the $30 requirement to earn my $10 +UP reward.

I also applied 3 coupons for $1.00 off one bottle. I had six coupons but you can only use one coupon per set when you’re doing buy one get one free at Rite Aid.

After sale and coupons, my total was $29.97 plus tax. I then got back $10 in +UP Rewards to use on my next order, so it’s almost like those 6 bottles cost me $19.97!

Transaction #2

Second, buy two Coppertone Sunscreens and use the $3 off 2 coupon from the Sunday paper. You’ll owe $2.98 plus tax AND after you pay, you’ll get $4 back in +UP rewards to use 
at Rite Aid on another shopping trip!

I then bought two bottles of Coppertone Sunscreen. Coppertone is on sale this week at Rite Aid for $7.99 (regularly it costs $10.99). I had coupons for $3 off 2, plus Rite Aid has a promo where if you buy a bottle of Coppertone, you earn $2 +UP rewards per bottle, limit 2 rewards.

So, I bought two Coppertone for $15.98 and then used my $3 off coupon, making the total $12.98. I then used the $10 in +UP rewards from the first order I did and applied it to this payment, making the total $2.98 plus tax for two bottles of Coppertone! As if that weren’t enough, after paying, I got back $4 in +UP rewards, so I really made $1.02 off that second transaction. How awesome is that?

In the end, I got $87.92 worth of sunscreen for only 32.95 plus tax AND had $4 in +UP rewards left to spend on my next trip.

+UP Rewards look like this. They are basically money that you can use at Rite Aid on future purchases, with some limitations (like tobacco, alcohol, lotto). 
They are attached to the end of your receipt, so be sure to look!

Now my only dilemma is estimating how much sunscreen we’ll go through this summer! By the way, if you want to do these deals, the coupons were in the last two Sunday papers, Raleigh editions. You can also find some online by searching with my coupon database above. I also saw some sunscreen coupons in the Red Plum E-book of printable coupons, too.

Even if you have no coupons, you can still take advantage of the awesome sales right now (especially the B1G1 free at Rite Aid) and also the promos that are being run (such as the buy $30 and get $10 +UP rewards back).

Don’t get caught without your sunscreen this summer! You have until Saturday night to get these deals.

Lowes Foods Produce Club- Get Fresh Produce All Summer!


I am really excited about trying the Lowes Foods Locally Grown Club. I think it’s a great way to get locally grown produce at a reasonable price. The nice thing is that you get a variety of produce each week AND you’re helping out local farmers. You even get a card in the box that tells the name and location of the farm that you’re buying from.

You pick up your box weekly at Lowes Foods and each box contains at least 12.5 pounds of 6-10 different items, so you get to try out a variety of produce. The boxes not only contain the history of the farmer but also recipes to help you enjoy the produce.

Generic image; not from Lowes Foods.

Cost varies between $25-$29 per week and a discount is given for the more weeks you commit to. Commit to 1 week for $29 per week, 3 weeks for $27 per week, or 6 weeks for $25 per week. 

I always recommend having a monthly grocery budget and I think that committing $25 per week for fresh, local produce is extremely reasonable. That’s only $100 per month of your grocery budget and you’re getting the convenience of having the local produce ready for you each week. I also like the idea that the box may come with vegetables or fruits that I haven’t tried and recipes, too. Sometimes it’s nice to try something new, especially for my children. It’s good to let them sample a variety of produce. For instance, my kids LOVE broccoli, a vegetable that I NEVER ate growing up! I’m glad that I let them try it or I wouldn’t have known.

One idea that a lady gave me is to go in on a box with someone you know, maybe a neighbor or child or parent. This way, you cut the cost but still support the program and get the produce.

The program starts June 8th and lasts for three months through September 8th. Box pickup takes place each Saturday and you can even adjust for weeks that you will be on vacation. The earlier people commit, the sooner farmers can make arrangements and have an idea of how many boxes to prepare for.

Click here for details or to sign up!

Star News versus News and Observer


Good morning! This week I found two inserts in both the Raleigh and Wilmington newspapers. There was a Smart Source and a Red Plum in each. Let’s take a closer look at exactly which coupons came in each paper.

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Smart Source Insert

Raleigh Newspaper Only- Black; Both Papers- Blue Wilmington Only- Red

Sweet Baby Ray’s,. Planters NutTrition, Chichi’s Salsa, Twizzlers, Betty Crocker Brownie or Dessert Bars, General Mills Cereals, Otria Hummus Veggie Dip, Otria Greek Yogurt Dip, Glad, Marzetti Slaw Dressing, Simple Skincare Products, Dingo Twist Sticks for Dogs, Huggies Baby Wipes, Kotex Pads, Kotex Tampons, Kotex Liners, Kotex Natural Balance, Pet Ice cream products, Depends products, Gevalia Coffee, Pullups, Huggies Little Swimmers, Opti-Free Pure Moist Contact Lens Solution, Clear Care, Heinz Homestyle Beans, Heinz Ketchup, Johnsonville Burgers, Glade Scented Oil Warmer and Refill, GoodNites Bed Mats, OFF Personal Insect Repellent, Off Botanicals Repellent, Off Clip on Mosquito Repellent Starter and Refill, Schick Disposable Razor Pack, Sargento Cheese, Olive Garden, Snackwells Bars, Newtons Fruit Thins, Chiner Bakeware Pans, White Castle Burgers, Boston Market Coupons, Oikos Greek Yogurt, Jamba Frozen Smoothie Kits, Smithfield Spiral Summer Ham, Claritin for Adults and Kids, Rolo Mini Candy Pouches, Ice Breakers Duo Mints, Brew Over Ice K-Cup Packs, Raid, Muellers Pasta, Maruchan Yakisoba Noodles, Bounty Basic, Bounty Napkins, Chinet Classic White Plates or Bowls, Snyders Pretzels, Dole Real Fruit Bites, Brookwood Farms Products, Kemps Frozen Yogurt, KY Products, Kraft Salad Dressings, Mrs. Cubbinson’s Salad Toppings, Philly Cooking Cremes, Resolve High Traffic Foam Products, Palmolive Dish Liquid, Coppertone, Schick Intuition, Heinz 57 Sauce, Hills Bros Cappuchino, Irish Springs Mini Bar Packs, Body Wash or Deoderant, Splenda, Hershey’s Air Delight Bars and Hershey’s Kisses, Speed Stick for Men and Women, BIC FlameDisk, BIC Multipurpose Lighter or Multiposition Lighters

The Raleigh Smart Source does have more of a variety of coupons, but Wilmington isn’t bad this time around, either. There were two coupons in the Wilmington paper that were not in the Raleigh- the Speed Stick and BIC Lighters. Unless you really want those coupons, the better bet would be to just buy the Raleigh paper.

Need to organize all those coupons? Check out our binders! They are the BEST organizational system around for couponing!

Red Plum Insert

Raleigh Newspaper Only- Black; Both Papers- Blue Wilmington Only- Red

Clear Hair Care, Degree Deoderant for Men or Women, Axe Deoderant or Body Spray, Suave Body Lotion, Suave Body Wash, Suave Deoderant, Suave Styling Products, Suave Shampoo or Conditioner, Vaseline Lotion, Q Tips, Caress Body Wash or Bars, Hellman’s Mayonnaise, Wish Bone or Western Dressing, Lipton Tea, YoSicle Popsicles, Slim Fast Shakes, Brillo Pads, Brillo Sponges, Loreal Excellence Hair Color, Loreal Paris Face Cosmetic Products, Loreal Skincare Products, Crave Cat Treats, Cutter, Zyrtec, Quaker Real Medleys, Jack Daniels BBQ Sauce, Vanity Fair Napkins or Hand Towels, Special K Granola Bars, Hanover Baked Beans, Fancy Feast Gourmet Cat Food, Angel Soft Bath Tissue, Outback Steakhouse, Hot Pockets Snackers, Naturally Fresh Dressings, Naturally Fresh Dip, Loreal Sublime Sun Products, Loreal Sublime Bronze Product, Cesar Cookie Crunchies or Treats, Advil, Advil PM, Thermacare, King’s Hawaiian Rolls, 

As you can see from the small amount of blue and red, this week’s Wilmington Red Plum is definitely lacking. Unless you have to have the Kings Hawaiian Rolls, I would definitely get the Raleigh paper.

Until next week…….

Delly’s Deals Weekly Radio Show Notes


Thank you to our show sponsors, I Am Salon and Day Spa, Indoor Mechanical Service, Tutoring Solutions, and Memories of a Child. Please support these local businesses as they help make the Delly’s Deals Radio Show possible! Check out the May specials from I Am Salon and Day Spa. All May they are offering B1G1 half off gift cards. Tutoring Solutions is offering 10% off if you mention my name. Also, Indoor Mechanical Service is offering a $45 tune up special for your heating and air unit, which is an awesome deal, so be sure to call them. Finally, Memories of a Child has TONS of great warm weather clothes right now, so if you need spring and summer wear for your kids, as well as water gear, be sure to drop by. You get an extra 10% off if you mention my name (Delly)!

This week on the Delly’s Deals Radio show we had a lot of fun sharing Triple Coupons Week deals! I shared my deals that I got on my first trip, where I paid $5.53 for almost $55 worth of groceries! See that trip and details of what I bought here.
Listeners also called in and shared their deals for a chance to win a 30 free wings from the new Kickback Jack’s restaurant here in Wilmington, on College Road. Gihan shared about the $.25 Ballpark Angus Franks when you use a $.75 off coupon. Jennifer shared how you can make money buying the Starbucks Refreshers at Walgreens through tonight. Just buy one can and use the FREE coupon from the Pepsi Moments to save insert. You will pay nothing but Walgreens will then give you back $.99 in Register Rewards! How awesome is that?! Thank you to all the listeners who called in today! 
This Week’s Great Deals and Events Worth Mentioning! 
(If you have others, post below)
*See my triple coupons deals from this week here.
*Starbucks Refreshers Money Maker at Walgreens ends tonight. Use Pepsi Moments to Save coupon for the refreshers and get back $.99 in Register Rewards to use on your next purchase! 
*Check out Michelle Li’s write up of the great deals she got locally during Triple Coupons Week. Maybe you can catch some of these deals, too!
*Carolina Farmin will have a $2 per plate pig pickin tomorrow. Get BBQ and two sides for only $2
* Trix- I paid $.50 for a box at Harris Teeter. On sale for $2.50, and I used a $.50 off coupon that tripled. Then, I had a $.50 off EVIC digital coupon, so I ended up paying $.50!
*Gevalia Coffee will be $1.99 tomorrow at Harris Teeter if you use a $3.00 off EVIC digital coupon plus a $1.00 off coupon that’s supposed to be in tomorrow’s Sunday paper. Great deal! Thanks to Alyssa for sharing that on the radio show this morning.
*Indoor Mechanical Service is offering a $45 A/C tune up if you mention my name. They do an awesome job on all heating/unit jobs, so give them a call at 233-4534 and tell them Delly sent you.

*Kickback Jack’s has $5 pizzas on Monday nights and kids eat free on Tuesday nights. Check them out- they’re on College Road, near Sam’s Club and my brother ate there and had the best things to say about the restaurant!

*Memories of a Child (at corner of Market and Gordon in the Food Lion shopping center) is having a 60% off sale outside today. Also, 15% off items inside their store. Drop by and let them know you heard about it here!

*Tutoring Solutions is offering a $30 gift card to the first person who calls in and books a reading consultation for their child. For more details, call 524-4843.

Share deals that you got here in the comments section below so that we can find them, too!