Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Publix Deals and Coupons for 10/30-11/5

Publix will allow you to use 1 manufacturer AND 1 store coupon (this includes competitor store coupons) on every item you buy.

When an item is 3/$5 or such, you don't have to buy 3 to get the sale price.

Remember, you can use 2 coupons on BOGO items!!
Sunday Paper Insert Code:
SS - Smart Source
RP - Red Plum
GM - General Mills
P&G - Proctor & Gamble
KL - Kellogg's
V - Vlassis

If you want multiple coupons of bogo items for this week, be sure to order your coupons today from
The Coupon Clippers
Reese's PB Cups Jumbo Bag/Miniautres or Kit Kat Wafers or Hershey's Milk Chocolate, Snack Size Treats (bogo @ $5.59/2)
Use $1/3 from SS 9/28
Makes them $2.47 a bag

Nestle Fun Size Bars (bogo @ $4.99/2)
Use $1/3 from SS 10/12
Makes them $2.17 a bag

Uncle Ben's Country Inn Rice (bogo @ $1.59/2)
Use $1/2 printable or $1/2 from RP 8/24 or bogo printable (makes both free)
Makes them $0 - $.30 a box!!

Eight O'Clock Coffee (bogo @ $5.23/2)
Use 2 $1/1 printable
Makes them $1.61 a bag

Luzianne Tea Bags (bogo @ $2.19/2)
Use 2 $.60/1 from SS 6/29
Makes them $.50 a box

Nestle Hot Cocoa Mix (bogo @ $1.99/2)
Use 2 $.75/1 printable
Makes them $.25 a box!!

Pop-Secret Popcorn (bogo @ $4.51/2)
Use $.50/2 from GM 10/5
Makes them $2 a box

Keebler Town House or Club Crackers (bogo @ $3.89/2)
Use $1/2 from RP 11/2
Makes them $1.45 a box

Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies (bogo @ $3.39/2)
Use $.55/2 from RP 9/28
Makes them $1.42 a box

Ghirardelli Chocolate Squares (2/$5)
Use $1/2 from SS 9/21
Makes them $2 a bag

Arnold Bread (bogo @ $3.69/2)
Use 2 $.55/1 from SS 10/5 or 10/12
Makes them $1.15 a loaf

Emerald Nuts (bogo @ $5.79/2)
Use 2 $1/1 from SS 8/17
Makes them $1.90 a canister

Dannon Yogurt (20/$10)
Use $.50/6 from SS 8/17
Makes them $.41 a cup

Olivio Oil Spread (bogo @ $2.59/2)
Use $1/2 from SS 9/21
Makes them $.80 a piece

Stouffer's Entree (4/$10)
Use $1/1 from RP 9/14
Makes them $1.50 a box

Totino Pizza Rolls (bogo @ $4.33/2)
Use 2 $.35/1 from GM 8/10 or 9/7 or 10/5
Makes them $1.80 a box

Ore-Ida Steam n' Mash Potatoes (bogo @ $3.99/2)
Use $1/1 from SS 9/21 and $1/1 Publix coupon from recent magazine (I can't remember which one)
Makes them free (with $.01 overage)!!!

Publix Milk ($3.59/gallon)

Publix Eggs ($1.39/dozen)

More BOGO items with NO coupons:
Lay's Chips ($3.79/2)
Barilla Pasta Sauce ($2.75/2)
Crystal Light On the Go ($4.85/2)
Monster Energy Drink ($7.99/2)
Publix Chocolate Milk ($2.69/2 half-gallons)

8 comments:

Crystal said...

Hey! Just wanted to point out that if you live in an area with an Albertson's there is a $5/$50 coupon in their circular which would be great to use on these deals :)

Kelly said...

I also saw, like Jess said, a $10/$40 in the whole foods ad that doesn't expire till 2009. ON the front of the paper they had a UCF peelee thing for $5/$30 for PUblix expiring 11/2! Three good coupons this week! Yippee! See I paid attention this week!! :o)

Dearest Jessica said...

There is a bogo coupon for the mashpotatos in the curret publix coupon book...I believe it's a manufactors coupons. There has also been a ss coupon spitter in front of them at my store.

Learning2CouponFL said...

Where are you ladies finding the $/$$ coupons? Are they from the Wednesday newspaper?

Also, I don't think that the Arnold's coupons will work for the bread that is on sale this week. The $0.55 coupons from the inserts are for the Soft 100% Natural bread, which is the size of a regular loaf. According to Publix's online flier, the sale bread is the 24 oz. large loaves. But I hope I'm wrong! :)

Cassie - Homeschooling Four said...

Learning2couponfl,

The last 2 weeks, I have found the Whole Foods coupons in the Friday calendar (like page 26 or something). It wasn't easy to find. My friend actually tipped me off to this. Then, Whole Foods also had them in the Wednesday paper in the Foods section. The best part is that they don't expire until 05/09!!

As far as the Arnold coupon, I have used that coupon for these loaves before and it worked without a problem. Sometimes, it just depends on the cashier or store. Good luck!

Anonymous said...

I knew I saved those Ore Ida coupons for a reason! Just the time to use them on a BOGO!

Dianna

Danielle said...

I just love viewing your blog. I am a coupon clipper and I am trying so hard to get them organized. I have a small accordion type box but it is so hard to find stuff. I have seen ladies using 3 ring binders with somewhat like baseball card folders to slip their coupons in. I bought the baseball card folders and the slots are too small. What do you use or do you recommend? We are a family of 6 as well and my goal is to get our grocery bill down to $50 week. I'm on a mission! Thanks for the push!

Glad you are feeling better!!

Cassie - Homeschooling Four said...

Danielle,

This is an area that I think you have to figure out what works best for you. I use a large accordion folder. Actually 2. I have one for all my grocery items and one for all my CVS buys. Each folder has 12 pockets and I divide them further by adding legal size envelopes.
I am planning on doing a post with a video about this soon. I know this a common question.
My friend uses a 3-ring binder where she files all the inserts by date and does not clip she reads a blog that tells her what insert/date the coupon is from.
I will try to get this post on here this week or next.
Thanks for the question.

BTW, if I can do it, you can do it!! Good luck on the grocery budget!