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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Publix Deals (1/21 - 1/27)

If you are new to couponing at Publix, start here. If you're a beginner, be sure to check your store's coupon policy. Florida stores do not double coupons. In other states, check your store for info on whether or not they double coupons. Prices vary slightly from store to store, depending on your area.

Not a great week. The buy one get one free deals have been pretty lacking lately, in my opinion. The rotation of products has been pretty terrible! I feel like the same items keep going BOGO every other week. I will not complain though. I'm blessed to be able to shop at Publix. I still love you, Publix!...

Here are the best deals I see this week:

Buy One Get One Free Deals:


Uncle Ben's Country Inn Rice BOGO $1.49
$1/2 printable coupon
*Pay only $.25 each after coupon!

Hunt's Tomatoes BOGO $1.39
$1/4 from All You magazine (December 2009)
$1/3 Food Lion printable coupon (This looks like a normal FLIP, but has a manufacturer barcode. It also says "store coupon." Just ask your store to make sure, but I'm pretty sure they'll count this as a competitor coupon like normal.)
*Best Deal: Buy 4, stack the $1/3 and the $1/4 to pay only $.20 each!

Dole Fruit, Fruit in Gel, or Parfait (Assorted Varieties) BOGO $2.65
$1/2, $.75/2, or $1/3 from 1-10-10 SS (depends on region)
$.75/2 from All You magazine (February 2010)
Dole Challenge mail-in-rebate
*Best Deal: Buy 8, use (4) $1/2 coupons, and then submit for the rebate. With the rebate, you get 4 FREE products. When it's all said and done, it's like paying only $.55 per pack!

Kraft Salad Dressings BOGO $3.19

$1.50/1 Kraft Ranch Dressing, Tearpad
$1/1 Kraft Ranch Dressing, Tearpad
*If you are lucky enough to have the tearpad coupons, you'll pay as low as $.60 or $.10 each!

Nabisco Ritz Crackers BOGO $3.09
$2/2 printable coupon
$1/2 from 12-13-09 SS
$1/2 Nabisco Calendar (home mailer if you requested in a while back)
*Best Deal: Use the $2/2 to pay only $.55 each!

Aunt Jemima Pancake & Waffle Mix BOGO $2.69
$1/2 from 1-3-10 RP
*Pay only $.85 each after coupon!

Quaker Instant Oatmeal BOGO $3.89
$1/1 printable coupon
*Pay only $.95 each after coupons!

Arnold Whole Grain Bread (24 oz loaf) BOGO $3.69
$.55/1 from 11-1-09 SS, 11-8-09 SS, or 12-6-09 SS
*Use 2 coupons to pay only $1.30 each!


Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn (Assorted Varieties and Sizes) BOGO $4.89
$1/1 from All You magazine (December 2009)
*Best Deal: If you're lucky enough to somehow get your hands on 2 coupons, pay only $1.45 each! If not, use the 1 coupon to pay only $1.95 each.


Uncle Ben's Original Converted Rice, Enriched, Parboiled, Long Grain (5 lb bag) BOGO $6.99
$1/1 from 1-3-10 RP
$1/1 Blinkie
$1/2 printable coupon
*Use (2) $1/1 coupons to pay only $2.50 for each 5 lb bag!


Luzianne Family Sized Tea Bags (original or green tea, 24 count box) BOGO $2.29
$1/2 from 11-15-09 SS
*Pay only $.65 each after coupon!

Bertolli Pasta Sauce (excluding organic) BOGO $3.75
$1/1 Peelie
*Buy 2, use 2 peelies, and pay only $.87 each after coupons!

Morningstar Farms Entrees BOGO $3.99
$1/1 printable coupon
$.75/1 Tearpad
*Best Deal: Use (2) $1/1 coupons to pay only $1 each!


Stouffer's Easy Express Skillet Meals (23 to 25 oz bags, serves 2) BOGO - price?
$1/1 printable coupon (manufacturer coupon with Target logo)
*Use 2 coupons to get cheap skillet meals! The ad doesn't say the price. If anybody gets a price check on these, let me know!


Kozy Shack Pudding (22 oz tub, 4 pack, or 6 pack) BOGO $2.99
$1/1 Peelie
*Use 2 coupons to pay only $.50 each!


New York Texas Toast BOGO $3.29
$.50/1 printable coupon
$.50/1, $1/2, or $.55/1 from 11-8-09 SS (depends on region)
$.50/1 from All You magazine (February 2010 or November 2009)
*Best Deal: If your store doubles, pay only $.65 each!

Krusteaz Muffin or Cake Mix BOGO $2.69
$1/2 or $.50/1 from 12-6-09 SS (depends on region)
*Best Deal: If your store doubles, use (2) $.50/1 coupons to pay only $.35 each! If your store does not double, use the $1/2 coupon to pay only $.85 each!

Dove Chocolate Promises (Assorted Varieties, 8.5 or 9.5 oz bag) BOGO $4.29
$1/1 Target coupon from 12-6-09 RP
*Use 2 coupons to pay only $1.15 each!

Earth's Best Organic Baby Food (6 months and up) BOGO $.99
$1/7 from Parenting magazine (February 2010)
$1/10 from Parenting magazine (November 2009)
$1/10 printable coupon
*Buy 7 or 10, use a $1 coupon, and pay less than $.40 each!

Mennen Speed Stick or Lady Speed Stick Deodorant BOGO $2.27
$1/1 Peelie
*Use 2 peelies to pay only $.14 each!

Schick Quattro Titanium Power Razor BOGO $9.69
$4/1 Peelie
*Use 2 peelies to pay only $.85 each! (I can't believe there aren't any insert coupons for this! These are usually so plentiful!)

Lysol Disinfectant All Purpose Cleaner (40 oz) BOGO $3.19
$.50/1 from 1-3-10 SS
$.50/1 printable coupon
*Best Deal: If your store doubles, use (2) $.50/1 coupons to pay only $.60 each! If your store does not double, use (2) $.50/1 coupons to pay only $1.10 each.

Other Great Deals:

Stacy's Pita Chips or Bagel Chips (8 oz bag) 2/$5
$1/1 CVS printable coupon
$1 off Deli when you buy Stacy's Chips, Tearpad
*Pay only $1.50 each with the coupon! Get a deal on deli, too (if you can find the tearpad).


Dannon Activia Yogurt (4 packs) 3/$6
$1/1 from 1-10-10 SS or 10-4-09 SS
*Pay only $1 each with coupon!

Organic Valley Organic Milk 2/$7
$1/1 printable coupon
$.75/1 Publix coupon from Dec 2009 Greenwise Magazine (Sign up here!)
*Stack the above coupons to pay only $1.75 each!


Daisy Sour Cream (16 oz) 2/$3
$.60/1 from 12-13-09 SS
$.45/1 Tearpad
*Use the $.60/1 coupon to pay only $.90 each! If your store doubles, use the tearpad coupon to pay only $.60 each!


Eggland's Best Eggs 2/$4
$.35/1 from 11-1-09 SS
$.50/1 from Parents magazine (February 2010, page 111), Self magazine (January 2010), Fitness magazine (January 2010), or Everyday Food (January/February 2010)

*Best Deal: If you have a $.50/1 coupon, and your store doubles, pay only $1 each! This is a great deal even if your store doesn't double, though!

Birds Eye SteamFresh Frozen Vegetables 50% off
$1/2, $.50/1, or $.35/1 from 1-10-10 SS (depends on region)
*Get really cheap veggies with any of the above coupons, especially if your store doubles!

Smart Ones Entrees 5/$10
$3/10 from 1-10-10 SS
$1.50/7 from All You magazine (January 2010)
$1/5 from All You magazine (January 2010)
$1/5 printable coupon
Buy one get one free printable coupon that was recently available
*Great price, and great deals with any coupons above!
***Check your local ad. This could be regional, because my store had these on sale this past week.

Oral-B Advantage Toothbrush 2/$4
$.75/1 or $1/1 from 1-17-10 PG
$.75/1 or $1/1 from 12-27-09 PG
$1.50/2 Target coupon from 11-1-09 RP
*Stack coupons to get cheap toothbrushes! (I'm not sure of exact brands on sale, and the brands for the coupons are very specific. This could make for close-to-free toothbrushes. It just depends.)


Air Wick Freshmatic 2/$9
$4/1 printable coupon
*Pay only $.50 each with coupon!

Best Produce Prices:

Idaho Potatoes (5 lb bag) $1.99
Eat Smart Vegetables (10 or 12 oz bag) 2/$4
Red or White Seedless Grapes $1.99/lb
Gala Apples (3 lb bag) $2.49

Go here to see the Publix weekly ad on their website. Go here or here to see the remainder of the deals with coupon match-ups (as well as the rest of the BOGO's)! I only post the very best of the best rock-bottom priced deals that I see each week, so you might want to check the rest of the deals out! =)

Thanks, I Heart Publix!

If you have any questions or want to share about your deals, feel free to comment below or e-mail me! Happy Publix shopping!

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10 Comments:

Anonymous Liz F. said...

I can't seem to find the Stacy's coupon. Does anyone have a tip. When I click on the link it takes me to a survey page.

January 20, 2010 at 9:17 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

H! I just got back from the Publix in Argyle in Jax...the Stouffers meals were $4.99

Also, the Ritz crackers were priced$3.69, not $3.09 but still a good deal.

And there were no tearpads or peelies at that store for the salad dressing, deodarant, or razors which was a bummer...all things we could have used =)

I am new to this and appreciate all your work on your blog...it is so hlpful! We have 2 little boys and enormous grocery bills every month.

Right now I am just getting what I can to build up my closets so I dont have to buy cleaning supplies and some of this other stuff...a lot of your good deals on food I cant use yet because I dont have the coupons that far back, but this is a great start.

Yesterday I spent $14.98, and saved $32.69 and today I spent $13.22 and saved $34.87, plus will get 4 packs of the dole cups shortly...

Thanks again!!!

January 21, 2010 at 9:12 AM  
Blogger ChristinaLynn said...

I recently found 2 Smart Ones coupons for Free Flatbread and Free Breakfast, each with purchase of any 5. Also, there was a blinkie in the store for Free Dessert w/p 5.

Is this a good time to use these 3 coupon?

Not sure where I got the other two coupons, they expire 4/30/10 and I got another one at the same time for $3/10.

January 21, 2010 at 1:09 PM  
Blogger Savannah said...

The Publix in St. Augustine did not have a peelie for the Betolli's Sauce. The Peelie was for 55 cents off 2 Sargento's cheese. Darn them, I really like that sauce too!

January 21, 2010 at 5:23 PM  
Blogger Meagan said...

Liz ~ Looks like the Stacy's coupon is no longer there. Thanks for heads up - I'll remove it.

Sarah ~ Congrats on your savings! You're doing awesome! Yes, prices tend to vary from store to store. And peelies/tearpads are just luck - again varies from store to store. You'll get your stash of coupons built up in no time at all! Until then, you're doing amazing! Thanks for visiting! =)

Christina ~ GREAT time to use those coupons! Awesome finds! =)

Savannah ~ Too bad! What a bummer! =( I never have luck with peelies at my store, unfortunately.

January 21, 2010 at 9:07 PM  
Blogger Maria said...

I am curious, being new to Jax- from CT.--Which are the best Publix stores? I live near San Marco area and I use the southside one, A brand new one just opened which is fun- Hopefully they will have some peelies today! :0)

Also last week I saw a woman and her husband with a file of coupons loading up her cart! LOL- I was like hmmmmm They KNOW! :)

thanks for all this great info Meg!

January 22, 2010 at 4:38 PM  
Blogger Meagan said...

Maria! Hi! First of all, I tried sending you 2 e-mails in response to your first ones. They came back to me - said your inbox was full. If you fix it, I'll send them again. =) I'm so glad you commented again, because I was worried you might think I was ignoring you!

As far as the best stores, I'm really not sure. I live in Fruit Cove, which is pretty far from San Marco. From what I hear, the one on Southside (across from Tinseltown) has a great coupon policy. Also, the one on Baymeadows and 9A is supposed to be great, although I just got an e-mail today from a reader who told me the manager told her no more CVS coupons, so that might not be good...we'll see what comes of it!

HAHA! It's so fun to see fellow couponers in the store! It's just an instant bond, even if you don't know them! =)

January 22, 2010 at 5:01 PM  
Anonymous sara p said...

First and foremost, THANK YOU for all of your time and effort! I definitely appreciate it. Please help clear my coupon confusion. If there is a BOGO item and I have 3 manufacture coupons, can I use them all? For example, the fiber one yogurt awhile back. When I was checking out, the cashier said I can only use 2 coupons. It seems like your posting allot more coupon usage. THANK YOU!!

January 22, 2010 at 8:51 PM  
Blogger Meagan said...

Sara ~ You're very welcome! I'm here to help, and love making it easier on all of my wonderful readers. =)

As far as the coupons are concerned...for each item that is on sale, I post all available coupons underneath the item, just so you know what is out there. The cashier was right, though. You are only allowed one manufacturer coupon per item. So when you bought 2 Fiber One yogurts, you could use 1 coupon per item.

You are allowed to use one store coupon also, though. So if you have one manufacturer item and one store coupon (Publix or competitor), you can use both of those for one item.

Usually, under each sale item on the match-ups, I post "Best Deal" scenario, that explains what coupons to use to get the best deal.

I hope that helps some. Let me know if you're still confused. Try reading the "Supermarket Secret" and "Publix Basics" posts that explain coupon policies more in depth.

General Rule of Thumb, in summary, though: one manufacturer and one store coupon per item!

=)

January 22, 2010 at 10:00 PM  
Anonymous sara p said...

that definitely clears it up! thanks!!

January 23, 2010 at 10:24 AM  

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