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Publix Baby Sale

on 9.24.2009 at 10:56pm
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There are some extra Baby deals this week!  Thanks to Allison for sharing.  To These are reported at most stores so even if they are not in your ad you should find them.

Earth’s Best Baby Food 4oz jar, B1G1 at .99¢
-$1/10 Earth’s Best Foods “One Stop. One Store.” Booklet
(buy 10 makes it .39
¢ ea)

Johnson’s Baby Products 15oz $1 off
-$1 off Johnson Baby Product RP 9/13
-$1 off Johnson’s Baby Wash printable (IE) or printable (FF)

-$2/2 Johnson’s Baby Essentials printable (IE) or printable (FF)

Printable Coupons

$3 off Enfamil Infant Formula
$5 off Similac Formula
$3 off Huggies Box
$3 off Pampers Box

To see the special ad and print the coupons go here and use zip code 32608.

    • libby

      How much would the Johnson Baby Products be?

      • Jenny

        At my store in Lexington, SC, the Johnson’s were $2.99 on sale, and I used the $1 off coupon, making it $1.99 for the large bottles! Not bad!

    • Michelle

      Great thank you! I also believe earth’s best web site is offering a $1.00 off ten jars coupon.

    • Libby, I think the Johnson’s are $2.99 at the sale price (reg. $3.99).

      I also received those four printable coupons in the mail yesterday, probably as part of the Baby Club. They expire 10/7.

    • Dena

      Hi. For all of you that live in Summerville,SC. The Publix on Central Ave is taking Rite Aid’s $5/20 coupon. they said they do consider them a competitor. I did not know that. The cashier told me today.

    • Gail

      Yes, Michelle, I was able to print out $1/10 Qs off their webpage. Thanks for that.

    • Jenny

      And also, the large refill packs of Huggies wipes were on sale for $5.99. I used the Food Lion .50 off coupon, plus a .50 off Huggies wipes that I got in the mail, so I got $1.50 off the $5.99 price! Not as cheap as the Walgreens deal a few weeks ago, but still good!

      • Jennifer

        I did the same thing but I also used a $1.50 coupon I was mailed from the Publix BabyClub several weeks back! 3 coupons total- $1.50 BabyClub, .50 Food Lion, and one of the $2.00 Huggies printable from many posts ago! I just love it when I have 3 to stack!!

        • Shannon

          I went to Publix in Ooltewah, TN, tonight to get the Huggies diapers, wipes and Pull-Ups. They would not let me use the $2.00 Huggies “Diaper Product” coupon on the wipes because they said wipes are not a “diaper product”! Also, they wouldn’t let me use the $1.50 Food Lion coupon with the $3.00 Publix ad coupon for Pull-Ups. They told me that the Food Lion coupon and the Publix coupon are both considered store coupons, and you can only use one store coupon per product. So apparently they are not accepting a competitor and Publix coupon on the same product any more, although I know I’ve done it there before. I couldn’t get them to admit they’ve changed their policy, though. Frustrating!

    • Holly

      YOu can also get coupons for $1 off ten jars at earthsbest.com

    • My zip code worked for this, but how do I print the page?

      • kimberlyjstc

        when i click the link that takes me to Publix, where do I go to enter a zip to get the Huggies coupons?

    • Mendy

      If your store will accept Walgreens coupons as a competitor (mine in Harvest, AL does) use the $1.50/1 q from this week’s Walgreens ad to get an additional $1.50 off Johnsons baby products–my store had them on sale (with the $1 off advertised savings) for $2.19 so with Walgreens q and manufacturer’s q I got them free plus $0.31 overage. :) The Walgreens q has a limit of three so you should be able to use one q for 3 products.