Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Publix Grocery Sale for 6/5-6/11

For great deals at more stores, check out the Grocery Gathering @ BeCentsable.

There is a $10/75 coupon on the front of the Winn-Dixie and Save-Rite ads. Both of these can be used at Publix. Also, the $5/40 (for those areas that got it from last weeks paper) is still good for this week and through the end of July.

It's looks like a slow week for Publix. So, here is what is worth the trip:

Yoplait Go-Gurt Yogart 8 pk (bogo @ $2.89/2)
Use 2 $.50/1 or 1 $1/2 from ss 5/11
Makes them $.94 a box

General Mills Cereal (bogo @ $4.09/2 - includes Lucky Charms, Cookie Crisp, Kix, Reese's 11.25 to 13 oz, Golden Grahams 16 oz, Cinnamon Toast Crunch 17 oz, or Breakfast Pack 9.14 oz)
Use $1/2 or $.60/1 from here.
Makes them $1.54 or $1.44 a box

Valley Fresh Chicken (bogo @ $3.29/2)
Use 2 $.40/1 from ss 5/11
Makes them $1.05 a can

Luzianne Tea Bags (bogo @ $2.19/2)
Use 2 $.60/1 from ss 4/27
Makes them $.49 a box

Cheez-It Crackers (bogo @ $4.09/2)
Use 2 $1/1 from rp 6/1
Makes them $1.04 a box

SeaPak Shrimp (bogo @ $7.29/2)
Use $1/2 from rp 2/24
Makes them $3.14 a box

Immaculate Baking Co. Cooking Dough (bogo @ $3.29/2)
Use $1/2 from Publix magazine in front of store (I think this is where it came from. I'll check to be sure)
Makes them $1.14 each

The details for the deal from last week about ConAgra foods is following:
From 5/29-6/29, if you buy $20 in participating products, you get a $25 GC to Home Depot (after filling out rebate form)
If you buy $10 in participating products, you get a $10 GC to Home Depot (after filling out rebate form).
The participating products are the same ones mentioned in last weeks post.
I will be watching for any of these to go on a good sale that would make a $10 or $20 purchase worth getting a free GC.
Also, the rebate form does not say anything about sales needing to be 1 trip or 1 receipt. It looks like if you buy the amount over the course of the month, it will still work.

O.k., here are the bogo deals with no coupons:
Klondike Bars ($4.43/2)
Kraft Easy-Mac ($3.49/2)
Post Cereal ($3.89/2 - includes Selects 13 to 16 oz, Raisin Bran 20 oz, Grape-Nuts 17 or 24 oz, Grape-Nuts Flakes 18 oz)
Kashi Granola Bars ($3.69/2)
Ronzoni Pasta ($1.39/2)
McCormick Grill Mates Seasoning ($1.99/2)
Welch's Grape Juice ($3.79/2)
Ocean Spray Craisins ($2.09/2)
Doritos ($3.79/2)
Thomas Bagels ($3.99/2)


mamabyrd2 said...

I love your blog. I just started deal shopping and you have helped me out a lot. Thanks!

Jess said...

Not much going on...don't foregt about the organic horizon yogurt!

Amanda said...

Just wanted to mention that yesterday when I went to pick up some of the B1G1 deals, several of the SeaPak products had $1 peelies on them.

Also, thank you for your weekly Publix round-up. You make shopping at Publix a lot easier on all of us.

Tammy said...

I went to the grocery store today and let me tell you it hurt! I wish we had Publix around here.

Cassie - Homeschooling Four said...


Have you ever checked out the Grocery Gathering to see if your local grocery store is covered by someone? You might be surprised.

ROBIN said...

Thanks for all your hard work. By the way, Sea Pak has a link (at the bottom of their "Promotions" tab page for "coupons". Here is the site they took me to

It looks like you can print a $1.00 coupon, but I'm not sure how many.

Red said...

I went to Publix yesterday and got 5 whole chickens ( and the BOGO of the Klondike bars, shhh) and all I spent was $20, and I got more than one meal with those chickens.

there will be soups, salads and what not. So I got a great deal.

Anonymous said...

There are printables for Kashi ($2 off any) at the Kashi website. There are also coupons for McCormick in one of the Publix booklets at the front of the store.

Anonymous said...

The seapak coupon will print more than once. I just kept hitting the back button and went back through it. Thanks to Robin for the link.

BTW, I absolutely love this blog. Thank you!!!

Amy said...

the mccormick coupon at publix is for $.55 off 1, so use 2 of them & your only paying $.90 for 2!

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