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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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The Mystery Penny Item at Publix for 4/5 – 4/6 is: Publix White Sandwich Bread
(some stores vary)

You can get the Penny item with any purchase that is $10 or more before coupons. There is a Mystery Penny Item coupon in the Publix Sunday Ad every week. Some stores do not require this coupon, but many have changed and do require it now, check with your store to find their policy.

Check out all of this weeks Publix Deals and Coupon Matches before going out.

A new Yellow advantage Buy flyer started yesterday.  I will post the deals tonight when we get home.  Have a great Sunday!

**Note: FL and Coastal GA stores do not participate in the Penny Item promotion**

    • lynn

      just wanted to let you all know that my publix (npr florida has a sale of buy the rague sauce get the house brand free buy the frenches get house brand free same with bbq sauce happy shopping all

    • Paula

      In GA the Compare it for Free Sale is:
      Buy Newmans Own Salsa and get the Publix Greenwise Salsa Free.
      Buy Quaker Quakes Rice Cakes and get the Publix Rice Cakes Free.
      Buy Tostitos Tortilla Chips and Get the Publix Totilla Chips Free.

    • Teri

      Does anyone know where in the Greenville, SC area a Publix store takes the expired Publix coupons? (Mine does not.) Thanks!

    • Susan

      The penny item at my Publix (Bessemer, AL) was eggs. Although the discount on my receipt says bread? Could use both, so just as well.
      Saved $79 today!!

    • none of the publix i known in spartanburg take expired coupons. i got 4 kraft salad dressing,three kraft mac and cheese,4 dunkin hines, publix bread .01 i 12 pack dr.peper and only paid 3.59 that was a good deal with all of my coupons..

    • the only place i know that take expired coupons is cvs on five forks my mom said that is the only we know of..

    • Susan

      My receipt says I had .80 in Advantage Buy Savings, which was some Babybel Cheese that my daughter loves. How do you know what are Advantage Buy Savings?

    • Susie

      Does this bother anyone else besides me? How do you expect stores to stay in business if you are getting products AND money back and not spending anything? Is this any different than stealing?????

      Is this what coupons are meant for?? I don’t think that the manufacturers or stores had this in mind when they started producing coupons. Wonder how long they will continue to give them when so many people are abusing them.

      Get Back: $14 in rebates ($15.40 after 10% bonus for choosing gift card)
      Submit for Physicians Formula Mail in Rebate for even more profit!!

      Total Possible Profit for #2 — $13.44

    • Hallie

      I agree with you. I don’t know how stores stay in business either. I have a friend who works for Publix and she says their hours are getting cut all the time because of low sales, so it is hurting them. Publix does get money back from coupons, but it goes to the company….not the store that took them. I see people getting things they don’t use or need just because it is a deal or free. I watched one lady go through the line at Publix today who had a huge order, but had the cashier stop after each $10. so she could use the .01¢ coupon for bread. She ended up with 11 loaves of bread. Unbelieveable to me! That was not how or why this was intended.

    • Marti

      I know a lot of people get the extras to donate to food banks. I would assume that someone getting 11 loaves of bread either has a large family and freezes the bread or donates it.

      Also, I remember seeing people on TV doing this 20 years ago. It’s certainly not a new thing–so many of the “main” couponers have been doing it for years. it wasn’t as publicized because there wasn’t the internet, but it’s just new to some of us. Also, I think we all need to remember that stores make their policies and their store coupons and manufacturers make their coupons, printable and mailers. When and if it becomes detrimental to their profits, you can better believe they’ll stop it : )

      Last, I take a little offense (probably too strong a word) at someone saying that this is stealing. Using a coupon provided to me by a store or manufacturer and following the rules that THEY set to get their products would hardly hold up in court, or even in an ethical argument in my book, as stealing. Just my humble opinion, but I never mind a debate.