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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • 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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Score an extra coupon for produce at Publix when you share the Stocking Spree booklet with 3 friends.  You’ll get a coupon good for $2 off your next $5 or more produce purchase!

Even if you’ve already requested your booklet you can still share it and get the coupon.  If you haven’t requested it, this is a home mailer that will arrive around April 2nd with $57 in coupons in it.

Coupons like this make my week…

    • mommydub

      They will e-mail you a link to the printable coupon.

    • Thom

      This goes well with the article Jenny has listed about saving money on organic produce. Some organic apples are on sale at Publix this week. Yeah!

    • jrach

      So how exactly do you share?  Do I share this page right here with friends and how is it tracked back to me???

      • Sarah

        probably through facebook

      • Jaylene Scott

        Click on the link – it’ll take you to the login page and right to it.

    • Scorpiolcp

      once you go to the website, you can share via, twitter, facebook, or by emailing three friends. After one of these are complete, they send the coupon to your e-mail address to print off.

    • Staci_marie

      If you do this to send it to friends – warn them that it will look like junk mail.

      It doesn’t look like it comes from Publix at all, and is the sort of thing that I would delete as spam if I saw it in my inbox:

      Hey! I just signed up for a coupon booklet with $57 in
      savings at Publix®! Sign up now at StockingSpree.com to get yours before
      they’re gone.

    • Staci_marie

      The coupon says:  Save $2 on Publix Produce when you spend $5 or more.
      It doesn’t say when you spend $5 or more ON PRODUCE.  Any thoughts?  Would any $5 purchase apply, save $2 on produce?  (Of course at least $2 in produce.)

      • nasatiger

        If that’s what it says when you print it, I’d say it means if you buy $5 of anything you can save $2 on produce. I would make sure the wording on the printed coupon doesn’t specify, but if it doesn’t then it should mean any $5 purchase. 

        • Staci_marie

           That’s my thought also. 

          •  Please post if this works this way.

            • Staci_marie

               I used my $2 off produce coupon today to buy a small fruit salad bowl ($2.83 before coupon), some antibiotic ointment, and a Publix deli sandwich.  The fruit was a good addition to my lunch.

            • Kteacher1980

              I had to get 5 dollars in produce.

    • nasatiger

      Anyone printed this yet? What’s the expiration on it?

      (I got the link to print my coupon but I’m at work and can’t print until I get home)

      • Staci_marie


    • Netnay

      not available in North Carolina:(

      • Netnay

         nevermind. My question is that if you are not near a publix will BI-LO match this coupon

    • Carmen:-)


    • Jkliner12

      I signed up previously so I cannot figure out how to get the option to share. Anyone figure that out yet?

      • Rtolpheswom

        Its on the bottom of the page.

      • All you do is click on the link above. When you enter the email you signed up with, it will ask you for the three email addresses you want to share the offer with (or click on the FB button to share there). Click submit and they automatically send your coupon!

        • Mabelzy

          How soon you did you get the coupon in your email? I did what you just said, but still waiting :(

          • lovedbyGod2

             it says it could take up to 24 hours.

        • lovedbyGod2

           but where does it ask for my address to get the inhome mailer too?

          • lovedbyGod2

             I found it – it’s at the very top!

    • When you go to stockingspree.com scroll down past where you sign up for the book and it will say GET A COUPON FOR $2.00 OFF PUBLIX PRODUCE. Yay!

    • Justme


      • 1bigsaver

        Publix has Corn Flakes for .99 after those coupons

        • Justme

          yep but the size at publix is only 12oz.a box

    • Jspence44

      How long does it take to get the email with the coupon?

      • Staci_marie

         I got the email after about 20 minutes.

    • Freedomspradley1

      You get two prints of this coupon too!

    • AmberHollister

      If you are on a mobile device, the option to email to friends does not show up unless you scroll to the bottom of the page and choose “view full site.” HTH

    • heaya

      I got my coupon about 30 seconds after submitting it. They are exclusive to Publix but are printed via Coupons.com, so you can print it twice, mine expires 03/30/2012. 

      • Rom

        Even printing via coupons.com, it only let me print it once.

    • Lili

      Can anyone tell where to find the $5 off $25 save-a-lot coupon ?

    • nancy

      I cant find the $5 off $25 save a lot coupon.  Once I go to coupon.com what catagory.  Thanks for any help

    • Tiffany

      i just printed my coupon, and it doesn’t have a barcode at the bottom!! has anyone else had this problem?!

      • Krista

         It is a publix store coupon – they do not have barcodes. It will have L.U. #

        • Tiffany

           Thank you!!!

    • MappKidsSave

      Awesome! Thanks Jenny! 

    • Lucky1

      In case this hasnt been mentioned there was a $2 off any produce purchase of at least $2 on page 10a Tampa bay times Sunday

    • Kelliea

      So, if you don’t want to share your friends’ private email addresses with Publix, just share the link (once) on Facebook and you still get the $2 coupon!