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Food Lion Offering Customers An Extra $20 In Savings This Fall

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Food Lion customers can earn an additional $20 in savings by shopping and using their personal MVP card through the retailer’s “Extra Slice of Savings” promotion. The promotion, already in progress, runs through Nov. 26, and offers customers a way to watch their savings grow on items they buy every day.

To earn the $20 coupon, customers should simply follow these steps:

  • Shop six times between Oct. 2 and Nov. 26 with their personal MVP card.
  • Spend at least $50 per shopping trip.
  • Earn a $20 Food Lion coupon at the bottom of the receipt after the sixth qualifying trip.
  • Redeem the $20 coupon during the next shopping trip using their personal MVP card. Coupons are valid two weeks from the date of issue.

Promotional progress is tracked at the bottom of each receipt. For purchases to qualify for the promotion, customers must use their personal MVP card. The Food Lion MVP card enables customers to take advantage of lower prices available throughout the store. If a customer does not have an MVP card, they can enroll for free in stores or online.

Purchases of pharmacy, alcohol, tobacco, gift cards, lottery and postage stamps do not count toward the $50 purchase requirement.

Customers can also access increased savings by visiting the MVP Coupon Hub at foodlion.com/coupons, scanning their MVP card in-store at the grocer’s MVP Savings Centers located near the entrance of any Food Lion store, using Shop & Earn rewards or by using the Food Lion Mobile App.

Food Lion, based in Salisbury, North Carolina, since 1957, has more than 1,000 stores in 10 Southeastern and Mid-Atlantic states and employs more than 63,000 associates.

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