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Coupon Abbreviations
  • 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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Start the new year off right with an awesome printable coupon for SALAD!  Okay I’m a little excited.  I can’t count the number of times folks ask how to save on produce…

Well here ya go:

.50/1 Fresh Express Salad Blends in the blue, green or Fuschia bags printable

These go one sale all the time, actually right now they are on sale at Publix, Ingles, Bloom, Bi-Lo, Harveys & Sweetbay…

(thanks Amy!)

    • not working for me. Says I already printed it.

    • caroline ling

      when is it expire? thanks

      • Michelle

        It expires 1/31/11.

    • Greengirl512

      Won't print for me…just prints the Fresh Express logo. Aargh! Anybody have any helpful hints?

      • Mkhs1958

        Use a different browser like Mozilla or Goggle Chrome if you are using one of them then use Internet Explorer. Sometimes that works.

    • Xtaxlady

      Worked for me…just printed 2 coupons!

    • Joysews

      I found this in the sale that ends today for Publix, but I can't find it in the Bi-Lo ad. Any help???

    • Aimeemohler

      You can get 10 cents in fuel perks at BiLo in Easley, SC with purchase of 2 of these!!!

    • Donna

      Awesome – the coupon makes for a really great deal when they're on sale! Thank you! :)

    • Tdouglas26

      they are also on sale at Piggly Wiggly for 1.99 if you have a Pig near you. My store doubles, so it makes it .99 a bag. Not as good as the B1g1 at Publix, but the Pig is closer than Publix to me.

      • 3monkeysmom

        The Pig near me ( Warrior, AL) won't take printable coupons :(

    • Great coupon thanks for posting!

    • Tami

      This coupon wouldn't print for me either. It went directly from initializing print to the fresh express home page. Not good!!

      • K2solo4

        It did the same to me and I hit the back button 3 times and it printed out. Then I repeated again to get the second one.

    • Janice

      I'm excited right there with ya, Jenni! We go through at least 3 bags a week, and they had coupons only twice last year that I remember- and one was for the specialty lettuce my publix didn't carry.

      As to saving on produce-
      for lunch every day the children at my house have veg and fruit with their sandwich (which may contain lettuce) while the adults have salad. Between dinner and snack there is at least 2-4 other veggies/ fruit (some may be frozen or canned). There are 7-10 of us, depending on the time of year, so I go through a lot!
      I buy the cheapest raw veggies (carrots/ celery/lettuce/radish/sometimes cabbage), supplementing other veggies for variety when they are on sale (I've really enjoyed the BOGO grape tomatoes!). If it's on sale, I buy 2-3 weeks worth. I had 6 stalks of celery in early/mid December and we are finishing it tonight!
      Carrots and fruit are generally cheapest bought in bulk (10# carrots, 40# of apples or citrus) through a food co-op, or at least 10# worth at Costco or Sam's (always check prices!). Bananas are also a very good option, especially when bought at the Warehouse stores. If your family isn't as big as mine, find a friend or neighbor to split it with you.
      Frozen peas (rinsed under cold water to thaw), chick peas (canned or cooked from dry), raisins, olives, cheese, nuts, and croutons are all good options to make a salad more interesting, and all could have been gotten fairly cheaply with a coupon this past year.
      Also, consider other options as “produce”. Pea and cheese or pea and peanut salad (from our Grandparents time) can be made from frozen peas. Kidney bean (or other bean) salad can be made from dried or canned beans. I once saw a recipe for a salad that was mostly frozen mixed vegetables. Also, BOGO single serve applesauces are generally the same cost or quite often much cheaper per serving than most apples. Petite diced canned tomatoes can work as well as fresh in several recipes- with the bonus of saving time because you don't have to chop!

      I hope someone finds this helpful.