Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Publix Weekly Deals and Coupons for 3/26-4/1

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

Pork Spareribs ($1.59/lb.)

Reese's PB Eggs (bogo @ $3.99/2)
Use $1.50/3 from SS 3/15
Makes them $1.50 a bag

M&M's (bogo @ $4.69/2)
Use $1/2 from RP 3/1 or 3/15 or $1.50/3 from SS 3/15
Makes them $1.84 a bag

Perdue Chicken Nuggets (bogo @ $4.39/2)
Use $1/1 printable or $1/1 from RP 3/15
Makes them $1.20 each

Strawberries (3 lbs./$5)

Kellogg's Fiber Plus Chewy Bars (bogo @ $3.19/2)
Use 2 $.75/1 printable
Makes them $.85 a box

Snack Factory Pretzel Chips (bogo @ $3.19/2)
Use 2 $1/1 printable
Makes them $.60 each

Pompeian Olive Oil (bogo @ $10.99/2)
Use 2 $1/1 printable
Makes them $4.50 each

FREE Publix Milk wyb any 4 Kellogg's Cereal (Kellogg's Mini-Wheat on sale bogo for $4.31/2)
Use 2$1/1 from RP 2/22 or 2$.70/1 from RP 2/22
Makes them $1.15 - $1.45 a box and FREE MILK!!

Uncle Ben's Long Grain and Wild Rice (bogo @ $2.05/2)
Use $1/2 printable or $1/2 from RP 2/22
Makes them $.52 a box

Post Cereal (bogo @ $4.17/2 - includes Fruity or Cocoa Pebbles, Honey-Comb, or Alpha-Bits)
Use $1/2 or 2 $.55/1 from SS 3/1
Makes them $1.53 - $1.58 a box

Kellogg's Nutri-Grain Bars (bogo @ $3.59/2)
Use $1/2 from recent peelies or outside of box
Makes them $1.30 a box

Campbell's Select Harvest Soups (bogo @ $2.45/2)
Use $.50/2 from SS 1/4 or 2/8
Makes them $.98 a can

Crystal Light (bogo @ $4.13/2)
Use $1/2 printable
Makes them $1.56 each

Ritz Crackers (bogo @ $3.89/2)
Use $2/2 from SS 1/25
Makes them $.95 a box

Lance Cookies, Crackers or Wafers (bogo @ $2.97/2)
Use $1/2 or 2 $.55/1 from SS 1/25
Makes them $.99 each

Immaculate Baking Co. Cookie Dough (bogo @ $3.49/2)
Use $1/2 from RP 1/25
Makes them $1.25 each

Contessa Meals (bogo @ $8.25/2)
Use $1.50/2 printable
Makes them $3.39 each

Earth's Best Baby Food Jars (bogo @ $1.09/2)
Use $1/10 printable
Make them $.44 each

More BOGO Deals w/ NO Coupons:
2 liter Pepsi (2/$1.59)
Gatorade (2/$2.60)
Oscar Mayer Franks ($3.99/2)
Nabisco Oreo Wafer Sticks ($3.49/2)
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Crackers ($2.19/2)
Taco Bell Home Dinner Kit ($2.69/2)
Lindsay Olives ($2.03/2)
Betty Crocker Muffin Mix ($2.59/2)
Publix Microwave Popcorn ($3.79/2)
Lifesaver Candy ($1.79/2)
Doritos Chips ($3.99/2)
Swiss Miss Pudding ($2.50/2)
Klondike Ice Cream Bars ($4.43/2)


Brittani said...

I know people don't usually comment on this weekly post, but I wanted to tell you THANK YOU SO MUCH for all of the work you put into this. It greatly helps my weekly budget. Every Wednesday night I look at this post and make my grocery list for my thursday shopping. :) I am still a far cry from you... as far as money saving goes... but I am sure working on it & you are a huge help. THANKS

amanda said...

Yes Cassie - thank you so much - you are so great - I wish I were you -

love amanda

Cassie - Homeschooling Four said...

No problem. I love doing it! I don't know how to pay full price anymore :)

I've always sensed that.

Anonymous said...


What a wonderful Blog!!! My family tells me that Publix is a VERY expensive store to shop; however, you pointed out the complete opposite. By shopping the sales and using coupons, you can do VERY, VERY well, especially since they accept 2 coupons on their BOGO.

Thank You,

Customer who loves to save money

Alexis said...

I have to chime in too!!! I shop here in Florida, and I allways enjoy coming here to see what coupon match-ups that you have!! Thank you so sisters and I think of it as a game now, when we go shopping...

Thanks again and again...

Kari said...

I'll comment also (I'm such a follower). I signed up for e-mealz which makes your meal plan for you based on what's on sale (I love it!). So between that and your coupons it has been so nice and we barely eat out anymore, which is great for our budget. So Thanks for putting this together!

Kari said...

FYI- my Publix (Casselberry) had a coupon for free eggs that you could use with the cereal deal. So I got four boxes of cereal, milk and eggs for about $5.