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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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worldmarket

Wow!  This is a great coupon to make your own awesome deal at World Market this weekend.  Get $5 off any $15 purchase.

Using these coupons we love to get stocked on great unique spices that rarely go on sale in the grocery stores.  Find a store near you.

(thanks Lisa R.)

    • Pam

      Our Publix in Charleston, SC has been taking these coupons, which has been awesome! They will no longer take them after June 1 so I am glad for one last chance to use them. Publix is also telling me that they are getting ready to stop taking Rite Aid and CVS coupons, too. I am sending them an e-mail to let them know how this will affect my shopping with them since they are my primary store because of their policy of letting us use these coupons at their stores. I encourage anyone else that feels the same way to contact them and plead with them not to change this policy.

      • Angel_in_Charleston

        I was able to use a WorldMarket coupon at my Summerville Publix one time, but the next time they refused it, saying they only compete in wine and the coupon stipulates not valid toward purchase of wine. Bummer!

      • tammy

        I was afraid this would happen. I am not too suprised about the world market coupons but I will not be happy if they will not take rite aid or cvs coupons. I think maybe people overusing the privelege, not sure but it will affect my shopping trips as well even though Publix is a great place to shop and the people are great also.

    • Kelly

      For everyone in the Chattanooga area, here are some tips for getting spices at good prices. There is a country store out at exit 169 on I-24 called Wildwood Country Store I believe. They sell lots of spices, some common and some more exotic ones, like whole nutmeg or cardamon pods, in bulk. They sell them in little baggies that they fill themselves and put a sticker on them. I got a good sized bag of cumin last time for $1.25. You can probably find things like this at any Amish or Seventh Day Adventist store. They also sell dried fruit (all kinds!) in those bags, as well as stell cut oats for oatmeal and tons of other grains. Also store like Greenlife have a bulk aisle, where you can bag as many raisins or cashews or even sugar and salt as you want and pay by the pound. Buying cooking staples like this is so cheap, because you are not paying for the packaging and the brand. This is how I save money buying things that you usually don't find coupons for, like raw ingredients for recipes.

    • kelly

      Where is the coupon?

      • kelly

        Nevermind. My computer must have redirected me. I see it now.

    • kelly

      Where is the coupon?

    • kelly

      Nevermind. My computer must have redirected me. I see it now.