Thursday, March 13, 2008

Publix Deals 3/13-3/22

This is the 1st week I am posting my deals with the Grocery Gathering! Check it out for more great deals at other grocery stores.
I am very pleased to see a good bit of bogo deals this week. Many of these deals have coupons to go with them and make for a sweet deal. Here are the best I found:

Dove Chocolate 8.5 or 9.5 oz bag (bogo)
Use bogo printable or from 2/10 rp insert
Get 2 bags free!!

Uncle Ben's Long Grain and Wild Rice (bogo)
Use 2 $.75/1 coupons from 3/9 rp
Makes them $.17 a box!!

Duncan Hines Moist Deluxe Cake Mix 17.52 to 18.5 oz box (bogo)
Use 2 $.75/1 coupons from 3/9 ss insert
Makes them $.17 a box!!

Duncan Hines Brownie Mix 16.76 to 18 oz box (bogo)
Use $.75/2 from 2/3 ss insert
Makes them $.87 a box

Wrigley's Eclipse Gum 3-pk (bogo)
Use b3g1 coupon from tearpad - you would pay for 1 and get 3 free.
Makes them $.55 a 3-pk

Lay's Potato Chips (bogo)
Use $1/2 coupon from 3/2 ss insert
Makes them $1.25 a bag

I Can't Believe It's Not Butter 2-ct., 7.5 or 15 oz tub, 8 or 10 oz bot or spray
Use 2 $.75/1 printable
Makes them $.43/1

Bird's Eye Frozen Veggies 10 to 16 oz (50% off)
Use 2 $1/2 coupons from 3/9 ss insert
Not sure of original price but should make for a great deal on veggies.

Ghirardelli Chocolate Chips (bogo)
Use $1/2 coupon from 11/11 ss
Makes them $.90 a bag

Land O Lakes Butter 4-sticks (2/$4)
Use 2 $.30/1 coupons from 3/25 ss insert or 2 $.55/1 printable
Makes them $1.70 or $1.45 each box ($.40 or $.33 a stick)

Mt. Olive Pickles 16 to 46 oz (bogo - excluding petite kosher dills 46 oz)
Use 2 $.50/1 printable

Kraft or Seven Seas Dressing 16 oz (bogo)
Use $.75/2 from 3/2 ss
Makes them $1.14 a bottle

Quaker Chew Granola Bars (bogo)
Use $1/2 coupon from 2/24 ss
Makes them $1.15 a box

Ocean Spray Juice (bogo)
Use 2 $1/1 coupons from 1/20 vlassis insert
Makes them $1.60 a jug

Kellogg's Cereal (bogo - inlcudes Special K, Smart Start, Raisin Bran, Raisin Bran Crunch, Select All-Bran)
Use 2 $.70/1 from 2/24 rp
Makes them $1.30 a box

Here are some more bogo deals that do not have coupons but are still great deals if you are in need.
Mott's Apple Sauce 46 or 48 oz (bogo)

Kraft Mayo 32 oz jar (bogo)

Del Monte Canned Veggies 11 to 15.25 oz (bogo)

Lipton Family Size Tea Bags (bogo)

One more thing I would like to make note of...
Publix carries Simply Smart milk. It is always 2half-gallons/$6. Right now there are dispensers for $1/1 half-gallon. This would make this milk 2/$4 which is the same price as regular milk and it tastes so much better and it is organic!
I stocked up on these coupons because they don't expire until December!


Jennifer Robin said...

I really enjoyed visiting your blog today. I look forward to keeping up with it!

Julie said...

Thanks! I see lots I plan to get on Sunday. In SC Publix prints a Mystery Coupon in the Sunday paper. If you spend $10 or more and you have the Mystery Coupon, you get the Mystery Item for $0.01! Last week was bleach. Wonder what it will be this time? Thanks again for your hard work!

Jess said...

Those look like great deal! The Chocolate looks like a great deal, you should get some! ;)

Jesabella said...

My Publix said it is Corporate policy to not allow coupons for a free item. Does any one else have this problem? I tried this with the Oust BOGO coupon and they refused because I would not be paying anything for the item. I didn't think it was corp but rather just didn't want someone getting a deal that good. I may have to switch Publix's...Thanks for the great info though. Love the site!

Julie said...

Our Publix in SC rings up BOGO at 1/2 price. If it's an item that is say $5.00 for one and it's BOGO then they both ring up at $2.50 each. Since I'm really paying 1/2 price for each one and not getting one "free" then I am able to use a coupon for each item. Maybe that's the difference? Does your Publix ring up one item at full price then the other at $0.00? Just a thought.

Cassie - Homeschooling Four said...

Jesabella and Julie,

My Publix rings up one full price and the other at $0.
When I give the bogo coupon, they take off the full price of the one item I paid for.
I usually fill in the price of the item to make it easier for the cashier and to help avoid any confusion.
I'm sure the policy is different from store to store and state to state. I will call corporate to find out the "official" policy

Laura said...
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Jackie said...

You will find that Publix has an official policy for different regions. Florida seems to accept less than other states. For instance they don't double coupons for the most part and they don't accept coupons from pharmacy stores like Walgreen's. Where our store in Tennessee does.

Vanessa said...

My store is fine with IP BOGO Qs, but they ring things at half price, so I still end up paying the half price for one of the two items.

Usually, though, ringing at half price is good as it allows me to buy in odds if I don't have even coupons.

Stephanie said...

I'm new to your blog--found you via Money Saving Mom. I'm also a FL homeschooler--we're doing K with our 5yo and 4yo.

Thank you for your Publix tips! There were several things on your list that I needed anyway, so it's even better that I can get such great deals on them.

I look forward to reading more from you! :o)

CanCan said...

This is so great! Thanks for breaking everything down for me. You are a coupon pro!