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  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Last fall Walmart started testing a new way to price match BOGO deals in Florida. They are matching the BOGO sale at the Walmart price! Everywhere else the deal is matched at the original store price. This week I decided to give you something new… so Florida shoppers here is a list of the BOGO deals that I would price match in Walmart.

I would love feedback on this.  Is it helpful?  Is there any other information that you would like to have?  I’m up for making it a weekly list, just want to make sure it is useful.

Notes:

They will not take competitor coupons, so some items are better deals in Publix (I left those off the list).

I’ve put in how much you would save on the item at Walmart versus buying it at Publix ex: (save 14¢)

Walmart corporate says you don’t need to the Publix ad with you… I would highly recommend bringing an ad though.  Have it on your phone or in hand.  You’ll price match at the register.

Walmart doesn’t always sell the same size products.  Purex is an example this week.  Walmart doesn’t sell an 83-100 oz bottle.  According to the price match policy you wouldn’t be able to price match the deal if they don’t have the exact size specified.

I walked my store to get these prices so you will find that your store is higher or lower on some items.

Buy One Get Ones

  • Yoplait Go-Gurt, 8 pk., at $2.48 ($1.24)
    (Publix price $2.55)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Trix, Kids Cup or Go-Gurt yogurt printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Yoplait Go-Gurt, Kids cup yogurt or Trix multipack yogurt, SS 3/16
    (makes it 86¢ – save 4¢)
  • Land O Lakes Margarine Tub or Spread, 2 pk. or 15 oz, at $1.98 (99¢)
    (Publix price $2.55)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Land O Lakes butter spread tub printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 Land O Lakes butter spread tub, SS 3/30
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Land O Lakes butter spread tub, SS 3/30
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Land O Lakes butter spread printable
    (makes it 49¢ – save 28¢)
  • Kozy Shack Pudding, 4-6 pk or 22 oz tub, at $2.78 ($1.38)
    (Publix price $3.29)
    (save 26¢)
  • Oscar Mayer Meat Wieners, 16 oz, at $1.98 (99¢)
    (Publix price $3.69)
    (save 85¢)
  • Oscar Mayer Zip Pack Shaved Ham or Turkey, 16 oz, at $4.48 ($2.24)
    (Publix price $5.29)
    (save 40¢)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Green Giant Valey Fresh Steamers, 10-12 oz, at $1.98 (99¢)
    (Publix price $2.59)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers, 11-12 oz, on product
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/2 Green Giant Frozen Bagged Vegetables, in store dispenser
    (makes both FREE – save 62¢)
  • Boston Market Homestyle Meals, 14-15 oz, at $2.48 ($1.24)
    (Publix price $3.69)
    (save 60¢)
  • Boca Veggie Burgers, 12 oz, at $2.88 ($1.43)
    (Publix price $3.15)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Boca meatless item printable
    (makes it 43¢ – save 14¢)
  • Talenti Gelato, Sorbetto or Gelato Pop, 9-16 oz, at $4.48 ($2.24)
    (Publix price $4.99)
    (save 25¢)
  • Tombstone Pizza, 18.1-28.4 oz, at $3.48 ($1.74)
    (Publix price $6.55)
    (save $1.53)
  • New England Ground Coffee, 9-12 oz, at $4.98 ($2.49)
    (Publix price $6.99)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off New England coffee item, RP 3/16 (EXP 04/27)
    (makes it $1.49 – save $1)
  • Kraft Miracle Whip or Mayo, 30 oz, at $2.98 ($1.49)
    (Publix price $4.89)
    (save 95¢)
  • Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing, 16 oz, at $2.74 ($1.37)
    (Publix price $3.19)
    (save 22¢)
  • Peter Pan Peanut Butter, 13-16.3 oz, at $2.48 ($1.24)
    (Publix price $3.09)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Peter Pan peanut butter, Publix Help End Child Hunger booklet
    (makes it 74¢ – save 30¢)
  • V8 V-Fusion Juice, 36-46 oz, at $2.98 ($1.49)
    (Publix price $3.87)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Campbell’s V8 V-Fusion juice, 46 oz printable
    (makes it 99¢ – save 43¢)
  • Kellogg’s Raisin Bran or Crispix Cereal, 11.5-19.7 oz, at $2.78 ($1.38)
    (Publix price $4.19)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Kellogg’s cereal or Pop-Tarts toaster pastries, 8.7 oz+, (1,000 points) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Kellogg’s cereal or Pop-Tarts toaster pastries, (500 points) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Kellogg’s All-Bran, Smart Start, Crispix, Product 19, Mueslix, Raisin Bran or FiberPlus cereal printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3/3 Kellogg’s cereals, 8.7 oz+ printable
    (makes it 38¢ ea. – save 71¢)
  • Betty Crocker Ultimate Hamburger or Chicken Helper, 8.6-9.8 oz, at $1.98 (99¢)
    (Publix price $2.99)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper or Chicken Helper home cooked skillet dishes printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Hamburger Helper, SS 3/02 (EXP 04/26)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Hamburger, Tuna or Chicken Helper home cooked skillet dishes printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/3 Hamburger Helper, SS 4/13
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Hamburger Helper, Tuna Helper, or Chicken Helper Home Cooked Skillet Meal printable
    (use $1/2, makes it 49¢ – save 50¢)
  • Bertolli Pasta Sauce, 15-24 oz, at $2 ($1)
    (Publix price $2.89)
    (save 44¢)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! Mueller’s Pasta or Hidden Veggie Pasta, 12-16 oz, at $1.28 (64¢)
    (Publix price $1.47)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Mueller’s Hidden Veggie pasta (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Mueller’s pot-sized pasta printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Mueller’s Pot Sized Pasta, SS 2/23 (EXP 04/24)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Mueller’s pasta, SS 4/06
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Mueller’s pot size pasta, SS 4/06
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Mueller, Luxury or Ronco noodles printable
    (use .75/1, makes it FREE + profit – save 11¢)
  • Kraft Shell’s & Cheese Dinner, 9.4-14 oz, at $2.48 ($1.24)
    (Publix price $2.79)
    (save 15¢)
  • Near East Rice Pilaf, Couscous, Taboule or Quinoa, 4.7-10 oz, at $1.98 (99¢)
    (Publix price $2.19)
    (save 10¢)
  • Pepperidge Farm Cookies, Crispy Soft Baked or Soft Dessert, 7.2-8.6 oz, at $2.88 ($1.43)
    (Publix price $3.49)
    (save 31¢)
  • Frito-Lay Party Sized Snacks, 11.5-20 oz, at $3.98 ($1.99)
    (Publix price $4.99)
    (save 50¢)
  • Cheez-It Snack Crackers, 9-15.7 oz, at $2.88 ($1.43)
    (Publix price $4.09)
    (save 61¢)
  • Nabisco Variety Pack or Single Serve Tray Snacks, 12-15 ct. or 9-25.2 oz, at $4.68 ($2.33)
    (Publix price $6.49)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Milk WYB (2) Nabisco cookies, 10 oz+, on product (EXP 04/30)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nabisco cookies or crackers, 6.5 oz+, tearpad
    (makes it $1.83 – save 91¢)
  • Thomas Bagels, 19-20 oz, at $2.98 ($1.49)
    (Publix price $4.49)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Thomas’ product printable (limit reached)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 Thomas’ product printable
    (makes it 99¢ – save 75¢)
  • This is a great deal. Stock up! 7 UP, Canada Dry, Sun Drop, A&W or Diet Rite Drinks, 2 L, at $1.44 (72¢)
    (Publix price $1.89)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 7-Up TEN, A&W TEN, Canada Dry TEN, RC TEN or Sunkist TEN, 2 L or 4 pks. (share w/ two friends) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 7-Up TEN, A&W TEN, Canada Dry TEN, RC TEN or Sunkist TEN, 2 L or 4 pks. printable
    (use $1.50/2, makes both FREE + profit – save 32¢)
  • Gatorade Thirst Quencher, 8 pk. 20 oz, at $4.88 ($2.43)
    (Publix price $6.69)
    (save 91¢)
  • Tena Serenity Pads, 14-30 ct., at $4.97 ($2.48)
    (Publix price $5.19)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$7 off Tena pads mail offer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tena products printable
    (makes it $1.48 – save 11¢)
  • Lysol All Purpose Cleaner, 40 oz, at $2.87 ($1.43)
    (Publix price $3.19)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2/2 Lysol products, Walgreens Cold & Flu booklet
    (makes it 43¢ – save 16¢)
  • Cat’s Pride Cat Litter, Multi-Cat Scoop Complete, Natural Scoopable or Fresh & Light Clumping, 10-20 lb, at $5.98 ($2.99)
    (Publix price $6.99)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Cat’s Pride litter (Facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Cat’s Pride litter printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Cat’s Pride litter printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Cat’s Pride Fresh & Light, SS 3/02
    (makes it 99¢ to $1.99 – save 50¢)

BOGO Deals To Get At Publix

These items are either not sold in Walmart, or are better deals in Publix.  You can add them to a shopping list from the Publix weekly ad list.

General Mills Cheerios
Quaker Granola Bars or Dipps
Smithfield Maple or Honey Ham Slice
Fresh Fruit Salad
Athenos Crumbled Feta Cheese
Flatout Artisan Flatbreads
Juicy Juice, 64 oz
Musselman’s Apple Sauce, 4-6 pk.
M&M’s Chocolate Candies
Super Pretzels
Nestle Coffee-Mate Creamer
Aunt Jemima Waffles
Diana’s Banana Babies
Fruttare Frozen Fruit Bars
Healthy Choice Frozen Bars or Greek Yogurt
Pup-Peroni Dog Snacks, 10 oz
Purex Laundry Detergent or Ultrapacks, 83-100 oz or 36 ct.

 

    • debby340

      I’m not sure if you addressed the fact that Walmart won’t use a coupon on a free item, and that’s how my FL Walmart rings up the bogo’s, one at their full price & one at 0. Because Publix will take a mfg coupon and a Publix coupon on each of the BOGO items, you really have to be aware of the coupon savings to truly do a price match. It takes some research! I agree with others that have posted, I would much rather shop at Publix! But in the interest of full disclosure, I do buy things at Walmart that I know are cheaper when there is not a BOGO and coupon involved…

      • leaw

        I haven’t had a problem using 2 coupons on bogos in Gulf Breeze, fl

    • Vivian

      I always bring the ads with me because there are certain cashiers at my store that WILL want to double check some of the items.

    • Laura Njus Dollarhite

      Love this. Thank u. And my walmart does accept coupons on the freefree item. I guess every walmart is different? While I MUCH prefer publix over walmart for shopping pleasure, i just can’t justify not using walmart for the financial benefit.

    • Alicia

      Even though I love saving money, I will spend a little more at Publix to avoid walmart

    • guest

      Yup I agree with everyone else. Walmart is my store of last resort. I have never tried this and I will tomorrow. Let’s see if they honor their policy and do it without harassment. I’m betting not. As for if we find these posts helpful Jenny, of course we do! Florida stinks. We don’t have stores that double coupons and our own homegrown grocery store, Publix, based on the west coast of FL doesn’t even give us the penny items and some of the best deals they give their stores in other states! We really get the short end of the stick a lot here in FL. So anything you do to help us is always appreciated. Now, if you could just work magic powers to get the Walmarts in FL to cooperate and know how to use/scan coupons… lol

      • I wish I had those magic powers…

    • skhilton

      I have been doing this for the last 5 months. To be honest I generally despise Walmart but with this new bogo price match I have been able to slash my already 50%-60% savings at Publix in half. I not only price match Publix but Winn Dixie as well. Thank you so much this just saved me an extra coupon hour

    • skhilton

      oh and I’ve used 4 different Walmarts in my area and they have all accepted a coupon on the free item. I have also tried this at Target. Where as they do price match the bogo sale and accept a manufacturers coupon on the free item they do not accept a Target coupon or cartwheel on the free item

    • Nancy

      Yes, this is very helpful! Please continue this!

    • Tracy M

      this is awesome! THANK YOU so much!

    • m

      Very helpful, thank you!
      My Wal-Mart accepts coupons on the “Free” items, and in the past they gave me no trouble when I told them something was on sale at Walgreens, or B1G1 free at Publix…
      Like another poster, I dislike shopping at Wal-Mart but may go more often when there are a lot of Publix deals that interest me; I’ll just shop earlier in the day when there are fewer people at the store.

    • ME

      So helpful! Thank you!!

    • Sean

      I’ve found the BOGO price matching to be very easy at two nearby Walmarts. It is crowded though. I also price match BOGOs for Winn Dixie, CVS, Walgreens, and Kmart.

      Winn Dixie is winning business from me with the new competitor coupon policy as well. They are accepting any matching store coupon. I’ve used CVS, Walgreens, Dollar General, Family Dollar, Target, Publix, Hitchcocks, and even Toys R Us coupons there. They are even taking the total purchase coupons at my store. I used a -$5 off $15 CVS coupon on ground beef and Italian sausage (not that I see that lasting).

      I hear complaints that Florida is a difficult state to shop in. The only thing I’ve seen is they don’t double coupons. But it seems to me the competition here is getting better with these new policies. Maybe Publix will start considering doubles here to counter their competitors new policies.

      • I am happy about the Winn-Dixie competitor coupon policy, but that hasn’t made its way to Central Florida yet. :-(

      • I am happy about the Winn-Dixie competitor coupon policy, but that hasn’t made its way to Central Florida yet. :-(

        • Sean

          Where in central Florida? I’m in west central Florida and all local stores are participating.

          • I guess I should have been more specific. Orlando.

    • crystalgoodwin3

      My Walmart was one of the test Walmart for th BOGO price matching in 2012.I’m in NC. I loved it. I saved so much money. And yes, they did take a coupon on each and every item. Every Sunday afternoon, I would sit down after Sunday dinner with all the sales fliers. I saved loads. Probably close to 75 % and sometimes more, especially on the drugstore deals. They stopped this the last of December 2012. I sure did enjoy the 6 months or so that they did it. I haven’t been back in Walmart more then 15 times since. I just went back to Harris Teeter, Lowes Foods and CVS.

    • altogirl85

      My Walmart (I’m in FL) recently told me at the register (after calling a manager), that I can only use one coupon on a BOGO since I cannot use a coupon on an item that is already “free” (their explanation). I am a seasoned couponer and have shopped at Walmart several times since they started matching BOGOs. The first few times they took coupons for both the BOGO items (although they did require me to present the ad), but on my third trip the register beeped and they called a manager who informed me that they do not take coupons on both items since I am already “getting one for free.” Maybe other stores are allowing two coupons, but mine does not. They also only allow one BOGO deal per customer. All of that considered (along with all of the other reasons I hate shopping at WM), it is cheaper and easier to just shop at Publix.

    • Sarah

      This is SUPER helpful!! I always wonder if the BOGO is better at Walmart. Ive been doing all my BOGO shopping there because I assumed their price was lower. Last week I was told that they will only match the BOGO on 2 items. For example, I bought 6 boxes of cereal and had to put 2 back because they would only match the BOGO on two. I am in FL also- anyone else experienced this?

    • Chat

      I’ve been wondering if there was any benefit to this and I really appreciate the information. So, if my WalMart cashier doesn’t accept coupons on the free item, should I assume that this is the store policy or does it vary according to the cashiers? Also, I don’t fully understand how all the WalMart’s don have the same practices. Aren’t they corporately owned?

    • Chat

      I’ve been wondering if there was any benefit to this and I really appreciate the information. So, if my WalMart cashier doesn’t accept coupons on the free item, should I assume that this is the store policy or does it vary according to the cashiers? Also, I don’t fully understand how all the WalMart’s don have the same practices. Aren’t they corporately owned?

    • Kristen McGreger

      Thank you so much for this, I love it!. However, every store must be different. My Walmart,(Tampa area) a neighborhood market location, takes a coupon on both items in a b1G1 and will honor competitor coupons with a final price listed. Also, the prices were much lower than ones listed above.

    • Allie

      Jenny, this is tremendous! I love this new feature on your site and hope you continue. I have recently started price matching BOGOs at Walmart after years of rarely setting foot in the store. Some weeks it is totally worth it, but other weeks I stick with Publix all around. I do think Publix can use some competition here in Florida, as their prices in my area (Central FL) are always higher than the prices you post, for example.

    • betsy

      I love YOU!!!! thank you so much for doing this!! how do you have the time!? thank you i just started PM at walmart the bogos and love it. winn dixie bogs are great too. they have strawberries bogo to pm at walmart for a great deal. walmarts were 1.50 when i got them last week and they are bogo again this week at wiinn dixie

    • betsy

      my walmart has been very freindly and so far has taken coupons on both items. coupon policy states 1 coupon per item. plus they get reimbursed like cash so i hope my store stays friendly and easy

    • Briana Austin

      oh my! I love you! I have been taking the time to do my own matchups, just like this and here you are doing it for us! :) PLEASE do this every week!

    • Jessica

      I was in Walmart last Friday in Leesburg Florida and I did the match on the BOGO Wesson oil that Publix had. I bought 4 of them cause that is as many of 1 item that they will match for bogo’s (2 DEALS/4 ITEMS) and I used 4 $.75 off coupons. Never had a problem nor did they question me about it.

    • Olivia

      Thank you for this! I HATE Walmart and only go when absolutely necessary. I do all my grocery shopping at Publix and “other stuff” shopping at mostly Target. BUT since a friend just told me about this policy last week I think I will try it out, especially with this helpful list.
      I just got the new WD ad in the mail so I will try both ads and see how that goes. So, does it take forever to check out since they have to find every item in the ads first and then alter it? Do you have to go to customer service? Should I circle all the items from the ads so it is easier for them or is it some type of automated system?
      Thank you, Jenny, and also whoever helps me with these questions!

      • Technically you don’t need the ads, but I would take them just to be safe. I’ll start to handle the Winn Dixie ad too, just didn’t have it in hand when I went to the store the other night. The tricky part with Winn Dixie will be missing the gas savings that Walmart won’t price match on fuelperk deals.

        When you go to checkout you just tell the cashier product x is bogo at publix this week. Or product y is $1.50 at Publix this week (for non bogo items). They should handle the rest.

        • Olivia

          Thank you both… I can’t really put my stuff up in order like that with little ones in tow although it sounds like, Judy, they sure wouldn’t have any excuse not to give you the deals…good job on the organization!
          Thank you, Jenny, for all your diligence in your work!
          I live in the Port Charlotte area as well so I saw someone mention that they don’t limit there…awesome! That was my other concern, that only 4 deals items are allowed. At my Publix, 10 are allowed, and with the $5/$30 coupons most things can’t be beat. But if the limit is not at the Walmart here, that makes a huge difference.

      • judy

        I try to have the ads and I circle the item with red marker and I pay for my non ad match items first and then I set the price match items on counter and tell the cashier I am price matching from here back, I set the items on the counter in the order they appear in my add, I try to make it as simple and quickly as I can. I also have a list in my hand which is my shopping list but I list my price match items in order of ad and jot down page # item is on and a B with a circle so I know its BOGO or I list the price and the store. Most of the time I can just go down my list and tell them, but If they want to see the ad, as some cashier do, then I know where to find it as quickly as I can.

    • Kaily

      LOVE. This is so awesome, Jenny! I don’t shop at Walmart because it kind of confuses me… but this list alone is making me feel more confident! NO ONE does this on coupon sites… this rocks!

    • Tami Joy

      This is very helpful! Thanks so much for all your hard work!

    • Leslie

      Totally agree – great feature!!

    • Lesley

      Thank you sooo much.. this is probably one of the most helpful match ups.. for me in Florida anyway.. thank you!!

    • copperbear

      Publix mya have higher prices..BUT….Id rather pay more and NOT stand in endless chk out lines and the ghetto clientele

    • bdmommy

      I would rather take a beating than to shop at Walmart! Anyways, I always have the $5 off $30 Winn Dixie coupon that I can use at my Publix, so the Walmart price has to be at least 20% cheaper to even be basically the same price, plus I can use my Target coupons at Publix too, so it is extremely rare that more than one or two items would actually be a better deal because of the Winn Dixie coupons. If Publix ever stops taking competitors coupons then I may have to bite the bullet and start going to Walmart but not until then!

    • kristen

      this is so helpful thank you!

    • Eddina

      This is Awesome, Jenny!! Thank you. I know I would appreciate it if you continue with this list.

    • Wendy

      I definitely appreciate seeing this but it kind of proves the point to me that Walmart isn’t worth the separate trip. It seems like I’d be setting myself up for disappointment if my store had different prices or didn’t carry the right product or had an uncooperative cashier, all for saving cents per item. So as for your question: I find it helpful this time but it’s probably not something I’ll actually use in the future!

    • leaw

      YAY!!!!!!

    • Annie

      Awesome! This is very useful. It will save me a ton of time.

    • LSD

      THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!

    • Amanda

      The most frustrating part I have experienced at my Walmart (Port Charlotte) is that most shoppers are aware of the bogo deals and the shelves are empty and not replenished daily. I usually try to go on Thursdays. Your list is very helpful.

    • Stacie

      Love this list! My walmart is always cleared now too and publix almost never is anymore

    • Alexandra

      I love it!!! This is so helpful. I’m always wondering what is cheaper at WalMart. I still love Publix and I’m not going to price match at WalMart all the time, but sometimes it’s definitely worth it. Especially since WalMart is just as close where I am, and we don’t have a Target in the whole county =[ I’ve never had a problem using two coupons on a BOGO deal either (in reference to some comments below)

    • Joannar

      I price matched a few items at my Walmart for the first time last night. The BOGOs from Winn Dixie were great–strawberries came out to .90 per pound and Kraft cheese was app $1.30, but Walmart restricted me to 4 items for each BOGO deal. Since I have a large family, that was frustrating–we will go through 4 blocks of cheese in less than one week. I price matched the frozen vegetables from Publix, but we eat two bags of frozen veggies every meal so those four bags will last two meals. Walmart also allowed only one coupon per BOGO deal (no coupon on the free item). If it weren’t for these restrictions, I would shop at Walmart at least for the Winn Dixie deals, but for now it’s not worth the extra trip.

    • MichelleOU

      I’ve been price matching BOGOs at my Port Charlotte, FL store for a few weeks and have had GREAT success. I’ve never been asked for a flyer, have had no quantity restrictions, or coupon restrictions. Some products have such huge price differences between Publix and Walmart, it would be foolish of me NOT to price match. For example, New England brand coffee is only $3.98 at my Walmart…$3/bag cheaper than Publix! The BOGO strawberries that Winn Dixie has had for the past few weeks are also a fantastic price match since they’re only $1.88/lb at Walmart. I adore Publix, but this price matching business has me hooked!

    • sundrop474

      Another “thank you” for this list. I went to Walmart for grocery items for the first time in months. The last time I tried to price match there (before they began price matching BOGOs) was a disaster. But, after seeing your post, I decided to give it a try. The cashier (who was a manager) price matched my items using the Walmart price (I’m in NE FL) and took two coupons on my BOGOs, all pleasantly and without asking me for the ad. To say I was surprised is a definite understatement!

      I still prefer Publix and will continue to do my produce shopping and “quick” shopping there. The quality of the produce today was just sad. But I did save money today at Walmart and left smiling. Who knew!

    • peggy

      Thank you for this list, Jenny! I will try it but I will be a little afraid as I wait in line at the cashier. I have tried using coupons at Walmart that I printed on my computer and sometimes they don’t scan so the cashier says “if they don’t scan I can’t take them”. Also, any problems with coupons have to be fixed by the mgr. which takes awhile for them to get there, all the while I’m getting dirty looks from other shoppers waiting in line. I live in Central FL and my Walmart is not very coupon friendly!

    • kristen

      has anyone else noticed that central fl public’s the gatorade 8pk is 2/$10 not bogo, just wondering if I’m making a mistake or not

    • meggan

      Amazing! Thank you SO much, it can be so hard to coupon in FL with stores not doubling and this was awesome!

    • Amanda Carnes

      Thank you, thank you, thank you!!
      What I actually have done/do is print off my lists for the other stores on SS and just provide that listing and they don’t even ask/want/need to see an ad!

    • Amanda Carnes

      Jenny, would you also consider adding Winn-Dixie to this list?

    • jenn

      love this! thanks

    • jenn

      Adding Winn Dixie would be great!

    • pfph

      Our Walmart will not accept two coupons when buying a BOGO. They said the computer only recognizes one purchase as the other one is manually entered as “free”. Sometimes the deals are better at Publix using two coupons and the higher price. Publix has a “no hassle” policy where as Walmart seems to act like they are doing you a favor.