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Getting Started with e-VIC Coupons

Who’s looking to save money when you shop? I think all of us are probably raising our hands right now. With back-to-school season in full swing and the holiday season fast upon us (can you believe it?!?) saving bucks is always a good thing.

Which is why, I’m lovin’ Harris Teeter’s e-VIC program! If you aren’t familiar with it (or even if you are), read on to find out the best ways to save with this digital coupon service!

First up, you need a VIC card.

It’s free and grants you access to all of the VIC specials in-store. You can get one by going to the customer service desk at any Harris Teeter. While you’re there, simply provide your email address to sign up for e-VIC.

If you already have a VIC card, but aren’t signed up for e-VIC, it’s easy to sign up online! Just click on the big e-VIC banner on www.HarrisTeeter.com, and follow the steps to connect your email address to your VIC account. Once you sign up for e-VIC, it may take about a week for your request to be processed and your account to be activated.

Once activated, the e-VIC coupons will be available to review when you click on the Weekly Specials link in your Wednesday and Friday e-VIC emails, and they can also be viewed when you login to your personalized Harris Teeter profile under your “My e-VIC Coupons” tab.


Now that we’re all signed up, it’s time to start saving!

Simply click “CLIP” under any offer that you see on your e-VIC coupons page.  To find out more details about the products covered by the coupon, to view the limit for the offer, or expiration date, click on “more info.”  

Once you have loaded the coupons to your card, head to your store and grab the products that you’ve saved coupons for. Be sure to use your VIC card when you check out to ensure your coupons are applied to your purchase.

Each coupon has a specific limit, can’t be used in combination with other paper or Internet manufacturer coupons, and can’t be doubled/tripled.

Katie Harding is the publisher of Forks and Folly . A self-taught cook and die-hard foodie, Katie lives in Charlotte with her husband and three boys. Besides cooking and eating, she loves craft beers, running, and napping.