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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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digioro deal

Don’t miss out on an incredible deal on DiGiorno Pizza starting 12/31 or 1/1 at Publix! There is a B2G1 coupon that you won’t want to miss, so be sure and print it while available.

There will also be a B1G1 Sale at Publix so when you combine the coupon with the sale, it makes pizza $1.67! This is an amazing deal for DiGiorno pizza so print your coupons and stock up.

DiGiorno Coupon:

-B2G1 FREE DiGiorno Pizza (up to $6.01) printable

Publix Deal:

(6) DiGiorno Pizza, B1G1 at $9.99 (starting 12/31 or 1/1)
-(2) B2G1 FREE DiGiorno Pizza (up to $6.01) printable
makes it $9.99 or $1.67 each!
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    • Caitlin

      It makes each pizza $3.33. i don’t understand. Four at $4.99 is $19.96, not $9.99.

      • Gilbert

        I agree. The math doesn’t make sense but it is still a pretty good deal, assuming Publix accepts that kind of coupon.

      • VP22

        I have never seen a Digiorno Pizza for $9.99 and the coupon only goes up to $6.01 but I get the math and how she came up with the price even though it’s incorrect. She is basing it on “true” bogo and the coupon covering the full amount. If the coupon did cover the full amount and if you lived in true bogo, 3 pizzas would ring up free from the sale. and then you use 2 coupons and that would make 2 more pizzas free. Thus you only pay for 1 pizza. You are right it wouldn’t work like that in half price bogo (which is what I have). Also, in my area, the Digiornos are around $6.99 so around $14 for 6 pizzas.

    • Jordan

      Just for an example, the way I see it…if you pay $7 each regular, they are on sale BOGO, so with 6 it is $21 OOP…(just for the BOGO sale with no coupons). Then use 2 of the B2G1, which my publix takes the amount the coupon says, which would be $12.02 discount, so would pay $8.98 OOP for 6 pizzas. :)

    • Carrie Carter Licina

      Has anyone found the digiorno coupon? I can’t find it.

    • Kimberly

      I can NOT find it either! NOT on the link! Yes the math is crazy but has anyone got the coupon?!

    • Wes

      So I payed $15.49 OOP for this deal. Regular price for pizzas was $7.75 and they are marked down to $3.88 with BOGO deal. My cashier only gave me the price of the markdown on each coupon. Still not a bad deal though. I only paid $2.62/pizza after coupons.

    • Melanie

      At my local store, the regular ones were 7.99 and for stuffed crust 8.99, but not b1g1 they were 50% off, so 3.50 or 4.50 a piece I bought 6, 3 each and my cashier took off both coupons for the 4.50 I guess its the one she saw, not complaining. I paid 15.00 total for mine making them 2.5 a piece. But if you were to buy all of the regular ones 3.50 each they would be $14 or 2.33 a piece. My husband went with me today for the first time on a coupon trip, he couldn’t believe we saved 66% off our bill

    • mike

      anyone know the zip for the coupon??? Please

    • Emily

      Yesterday I attempted my first go at couponing at Publix. The cashier’s computer wouldn’t register the b2g1 coupon and I didn’t put up a fight. I’m inexperienced and though I thought I followed exactly what was stated on here, I wasn’t in a position to argue. I purchased six anyhow because BOGO digiornos was a pretty big deal in itself for me. My receipt shows the Digiorno rising crust pizza six times. Under each it says (1 @ 2 for 6.35). Does anyone know why the b2g1 digiorno coupon didn’t work for me? Thanks for any help. I really want to figure this out.

      • Sam

        Different stores computers scan “free items” differently.
        A few automatically take off the $6.01 stated on the coupon. All my Publix have to manually enter the price. Our ad in Brevard County, Florida has them as 50% off. Normal price is $7.99 so the cashier took off $3.99. Paid $7.99 for 3 pizzas. Under our BOGO system (1st is $7.99 2nd is $0.00), if I had purchased 6, they would deduct $6.01 for each of the free ones.
        I would take my receipt and coupon to customer service. They should refund you for one pizza.

    • Chris

      A lot of the deals are incorrect on this site as even if the pizzas were $9.99 each the coupon is only valid up to $6.01 off