Don't forget that Food Lion is still giving catalina coupons when you buy at least 4 Food Lion items in one transaction. LOOK IN THE CARTS IN THE PARKING LOT FOR CATALINAS LEFT BEHIND. I have found nearly $10 worth of catalinas this week alone. Yippie!
I didn't find that many unbelieveable deals this week. With that said here are some coupons for you. Remember, when you get to the print que, select the number of copies you want before you hit the final print button. Otherwise you can not go back and print more copies to use in another transaction.
Digiorno Pizza is on sale for $5.50. There is a a $1.50 coupon for Digiorno Flatbread pizza (from a May smartsource insert). If you combine that coupon with this Food Lion coupon, you will get your pizza for $2. Without the insert coupon, you will still get your pizza for $3.50
Play this game for $1 off Food Lion pasta. Some of the pasta is .89, meaning that you should make .10 on this item. You should also try to combine this with 3 other food lion items so you can get a $1 catalina. Example: 1 Food Lion Pasta .89, 3 FL Macarooni & Cheeses .45/each = $2.24 - $1 pasta coupon = $1.24, get back $1 catalina. Now if you do that transaction again, you use both the $1 pasta coupon and the $1 catalina you just got and pay .24 and get back $1 catalina, and so on and so on.
$2.00/1 Stouffers Lasagna 38oz. or larger
$1.00/1 a half (1/2) gallon of any Food Lion Orange Juice or Juice Blends
$1.00/3 FL pizzasBuy any 'all 2x laundry detergent 60-100oz and get any (82-96oz) Clorox Bleach FREE (value up to $2.00)
$1.00 off Two (2) dozen Food Lion Egg
$1.00 off a half (1/2) gallon of any Food Lion Orange Juice or Juice Blends
$1.00 off Three (3) Food Lion Pizzas
Buy any 'all 2x laundry detergent 60-100oz and get any (82-96oz) Clorox Bleach FREE (value up to $2.00)
I am not sure, but I think if you use the $1 coupon for eggs, the eggs should also prompt a catalina, if you have a total of 4 food lion products.
If you still have the $2 Chicken coupon from last week's Food Lion post, you can still use it. The key here is to look for packages of Food Lion chicken tenders/breasts that are marked down for quick sale to under $3. Then you can get your chicken for under $1. That's not bad. Last week, I paid between .08-.45 per package of chicken. One of my dinners this past week was chicken (.15), biscuits (I had gotten for free a couple of weeks ago) and frozen brocolli (.78). That fed my family of 5 for under $1!