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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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Here are the deals that start 10/20 or 10/21 in Publix stores across the South East. There are tons of buy one get one deals as usual and a lot of things under $1. If you see any other deals, leave a comment and I’ll add them to the list.

For store policies and links check out the box in the upper right.

Buy One Get One Deals

  • Butter Loaf Cake, 12 oz., at $4.49 ($2.24)
  • Fresh Express Salad Blend, 4.5-12 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Fresh Express Blends, Baby Blends, or Gourmet Cafe salads printable
    (makes it $1.44)
  • Juicy Juice, 64 oz., at $3.49 ($1.74)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle Juicy Juice, RP 8/01 or printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Juicy Juice products, October Family Fun magazine
    (use $1/2, makes it $1.24)
  • Ocean Spray Juice Cocktail, 101.4 oz., at $5.39 ($2.69)
  • Oscar Mayer Meat Wieners, 16 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Hot Dogs SS 9/26
  • General Mills Cereal, 11.25-17 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    Lucky Charms, Cookie Crisp, Kix, Reese’s Puffs, Golden Grahams or Cinnamon Toast Crunch
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal, Better at Home Booklet (EXP 10/25)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 General Mills Select Cereal SS 9/19 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 General Mills  cereal SS 9/12, SS 10/3, printable , printable , printable , or printable ,
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal printable , printable , or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 General Mills Reese’s Puffs cereal printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.65/1 General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal printable
    (use $1 off, makes it 99¢)
  • General Mills Fiber One Cereal, 14.25-17.25 oz., at $4.29 ($2.14)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$0.75/1 Fiber One Cereal SS 10/10 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 General Mills Basic 4, Fiber One cereal printable , printable , printable , or printable
    (makes it $1.60)
  • Quaker Oats, 18 oz., at $2.49 ($1.24)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Quaker Instant Oatmeal or Quick or Old Fashioned Oats, 18 oz +, RP 8/29 or RP 9/12
    (makes it 24¢)
  • Ken’s Steak House Dressing, 16 oz., at $3.29 ($1.64)
  • Mid’s Homestyle Pasta Sauce, 32 oz., at $4.59 ($2.29)
  • Bumble Bee Premium Albacore Tuna, 5 oz., at $2.89 ($1.44)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Bumble Bee Premium Tuna Pouch, 2.5-5 oz, SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Bumble Bee Premium Tuna Pouch, 2.5-5 oz, SS 9/12 or in store dispenser
    (use $1/2, makes it 94¢)
  • Knorr Sides, 3.8-6.4 oz., at $1.29 (64¢)
  • Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie Mix, 12.9-21.5 oz., at $2.59 ($1.29)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Betty Crocker Brownies printable
    (makes it 91¢)
  • Del Monte Tomatoes, 14.5 oz., at $1.49 (74¢)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Del Monte canned vegetables, 10.5-15.25 oz, RP 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/5 Del Monte Canned Tomatoes, 10.5-15.25 oz., RP 9/19
    (use $1/2, makes it 24¢)
  • Mt. Olive Sweet Relish, 16 oz., at $2.19 ($1.09)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$0.55/1 Mt. Olive coupon found on select products
  • Kraft Mayo Mayonnaise, 30 oz., at $4.69 ($2.34)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip Dressing SS 9/26 or printable
    (makes it $1.84)
  • Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers, 9.75-14 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Cheez-It Baked Snack Crackers, 9.75 oz +, RP 8/29 , RP 9/10 or printable
    (makes it $1.49)
  • Pepperidge Farm Cookies, 7.2-8.6 oz., at $3.39 ($1.69)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Chunk Crispy cookies or Soft Baked cookies printable (no more prints)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Pepperidge Farm Strawberry Milano Cookies, (facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.60/1 Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Chunk Crispy or Soft Baked cookies, SS 10/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -.60/1 Pepperidge Farm Distinctive Cookies, SS 8/01 (EXP 10/24)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Chunk Crispy or Soft Baked cookies, SS 10/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Pepperidge Farm Chocolate Chunk or Soft Baked Cookies, SS 8/01 (EXP 10/24)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Pepperidge Farm Distinctive Cookies, SS 8/01 (EXP 10/24)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pepperidge Farm Cookies printable
    (use .75/1, makes it 84¢)
  • Keebler Fudge Shoppe Cookies, 8.5-15 oz., at $3.49 ($1.74)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Keebler Fudge Shoppe Coconut Dreams printable
  • Doritos Tortilla Chips, 11.5-12 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3/3 Lays, Doritos, Tostitos or Rold Gold, Tostitos or Lays dips, AND 12 pk Coors Light or Banquet, tearpad
  • Arnold WholeGrains Bread, 24 oz., at $3.89 ($1.94)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Arnold Premium bread, SS 10/3
    (use $1 off, makes it 94¢)
  • Thomas’ English Muffins, 11-13 oz., at $3.49 ($1.74)
  • Deer Park Spring Water, 24 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
  • Betty Crocker Fruit Flavored Snacks, 18-21.6 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Betty Crocker fruit snacks, SS 10/3, SS 9/12, printable , printable , or printable
    (makes it $1.49)
  • M&M’s, Snickers, Twix, Milky Way, and 3 Musketeers Chocolate Candies, 30-42 oz. bag, at $9.99 ($4.99)
    Store Coupon -$1/3 Mars candy (Target coupon), 8.67 oz + bags printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 M&M’s Fun Size candies bags, RP 9/26 or RP 10/10
    (use both, makes it $4.33)
  • Hershey’s All Time Greats Snack Size, 24.17-27.8 oz. bag, at $8.99 ($4.49)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Hershey’s Special Dark: Miniatures, with Almond Nuggets, or Kisses, 11 oz + bag, SS 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Hershey’s, Reese’s, or Kit Kat snack size, 9-22 oz, SS 10/17 or printable
    (use $1 off, makes it $3.49)
  • Nestle 100 Fun Size Candy Pieces, 53.3-56 oz. bag, at $10.99 ($5.49)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle Chocolate Fall Candy fun size bags, 11.5 oz +, RP 10/17 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Wonka or Nestle mini or fun-size bags, October Family Fun magazine
    (makes it $4.99)
  • Nestle Ultimate Scream Fun Size Candies, 32-44 oz. bag, at $8.49 ($4.24)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle Butterfinger Snackerz Crisp or Fun Size 11 oz +, RP 10/3
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle Chocolate Fall Candy fun size bags, 11.5 oz +, RP 10/17
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Wonka bags, Butterfinger, Crunch, or Baby Ruth, bags of fun size or minis printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Wonka or Nestle mini or fun-size bags, October Family Fun magazine
    (makes it $3.74)
  • Tombstone Pizza, 18.1-29.5 oz., at $5.27 ($2.63)
  • T.G.I. Friday’s Appetizers, 22.3-30 oz., at $8.99 ($4.49)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 TGI Friday’s Anytime Quesadillas, SS 9/26
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off TGI Friday’s Anytime Sliders, SS 9/26 (if included)
    (use $2 off, makes it $2.49)
  • Breyers Ice Cream, 48 oz., at $4.99 ($2.49)
  • Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough, 16-16.5 oz., at $2.89 ($1.44)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nestle Toll House refrigerated cookie dough, RP 10/3
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie or Brownie Dough printable or October Family Fun magazine
    (use $1 off, makes it 44¢)
  • Dial Bar Soap, 3 ct. 4 oz., at $2.39 ($1.19)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Dial bar soap or liquid soap, RP 10/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Dial bar or liquid soap, RP 10/10
    (use .35/1, makes it 49¢)
  • Earth’s Best Organic Baby Food, 4 oz., at 99¢ (49¢)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/7 Earth’s Best Organic Baby Food printable
    (makes it 34¢)
  • Kibbles ‘n Bits Dog Food, 4 lb. bag, at $4.99 ($2.49)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Kibbles’n Bits dry dog food, 8 lb or less, RP 9/26
    (makes it $1.49)
  • Carbona Carpet Cleaner, 22 oz., at $4.89 ($2.44)


  • Idaho Potatoes, 5 lb. bag, $2.99
  • Asparagus, $2.49 lb.
  • Bartlett Pears, 99¢ lb.
  • Tomatoes on the Vine, $1.99 lb.
  • Yellow Onions, 3 lb. bag, $1.99
  • Washington State Apples, 99¢ lb.
  • Red Seedless Grapes, $1.49 lb.
  • Del Monte Golden Ripe Pineapple, $2.99 lb.
  • POM Wonderful Pomegranates, $2 ea.


  • Boneless Top Sirloin Steaks, $3.99 lb.
  • Snow Crab Clusters, $5.99 lb.
  • Ground Chuck, $2.99 lb.
  • Medium White Shrimp, $5.99 lb.
  • Boar’s Head Turkey Cranberry Whole Sub, (deli) $5.99


  • Bob Evans Mashed Potatoes, 24 oz., $3
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Bob Evans Side Dish printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.35/1 Bob Evans Refrigerated Side Dish, SS 10/10
    (makes it $2)
  • Bob Evans Macaroni & Cheese, 20 oz., $3
  • Campbell’s Condensed Soup, 10.5-11.5 oz., $1
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Campbell’s Condensed Healthy Kids soups printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Campbell’s Healthy Request or Light Condensed soups printable or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/4 Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking soup, SS 10/3
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/4 Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking soups, SS 10/3 or SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed Healthy Kids soups, SS 10/3 or SS 8/29
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed soup, excl Chicken Noodle and Tomato, SS 10/3 or SS 8/29
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/2 Campbell’s Healthy Request Condensed Reg or Light soup, SS 10/3 or SS 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Kids’ Soups, SS 8/29
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/3 Campbell’s Condensed Soups, excl Chicken Noodle, Tomato, and Great for Cooking, SS 8/29
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking soup, SS 10/3 or SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Campbell’s Condensed Soups printable , printable, or Save Big Dream Big Booklet
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/2 Campbell’s Healthy Request condensed soups, SS 9/19
    (use .50/2, makes it 50¢)
  • Uncle Ben’s Long Grain & Wild Rice, 4.4-6.7 oz. box, $1.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Uncle Ben’s Rice products, RP 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/2 Uncle Ben’s product, any printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -B1G1 Uncle Ben’s Whole Grain White Rice, promo code BOGOWGW required printable
    (use B1G1, makes it 75¢)
  • Lay’s Kettle Cooked Potato Chips, 8.5 oz., $2.50

Refrigerated or Frozen

  • Weight Watchers Ice Cream Bars, 12-24 oz. pkg., $3.50
  • Healthy Choice Cafe Steamers Entrees or Meals 9.5-12.3 oz., $2.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Healthy Choice Cafe Steamers, Conagra Home Mailer or October All You magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Healthy Choice Frozen Entree SS 10/17, printable, printable
    (makes it $2)
  • Publix Yogurt, 6 oz., 25¢
  • Birds Eye Frozen Vegetables, 7.5-32 oz. bag or 4 ct. bag, 50% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Birds Eye Steamfresh, SS 9/26 (EXP 10/24)

    Manufacturer Coupon -Free Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetable WYB Mrs. Paul or Van de Kamp’s Seafood printable


  • Tropicana Pure Premium Orange Juice, 59 oz., $3
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Tropicana Trop50 juice, 59 oz , RP 9/26
    (makes it $2.50)
  • Lipton Tea, 12 pk. 16.9 oz., $4.99
  • 7-UP, A&W, or Diet Rite, 12 pk. 12 oz., B3G1 at 3 for $10
  • Coca Cola Products, selected varieties, 2 L., B2G1 at 2 for $1.69

Household or Personal Care

  • Jergens Moisturizer, 2-21 oz., 40% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Jergens Natural Glow Moisturizer excl 2 oz or Reg Moisturizer 7.5 oz +, SS 10/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Jergens Skin Firming Daily Toning Moisturizer, (register) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Jergens Overnight Repair moisturizer, SS 10/10
  • Dove Hair Care Products, 7-12 oz., $3
  • CoverGirl Foundation, .04-1 oz., $2 off
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off CoverGirl Any Product, P&G $100 Coupon Booklet, Summer Rouge magazine, Because of You PG home mailer, PG 9/26
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5/2 CoverGirl Simply Ageless products, PG 10/10 (if included)
  • Duracell CopperTop Alkaline Batteries, AA or AAA 10 ct., C or D 4 ct., 9 Volt 2 ct., $5.49
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Duracell Coppertop, 4 pk, PG 10/10
    Manufacturer Coupon-.75/1 Duracell Coppertop, 4 pk, PG 10/10
    (use .50/1, makes it $4.49)
  • Quilted Northern Bathroom Tissue, 12 roll, $6.49
  • Brawny Paper Towels, 6-8 rolls, $6.49
  • Ultra Palmolive Dish Liquid, 20 oz, $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -.25/1 off Palmolive Ultra Dish Liquid printable
    (makes it $1)
  • Glade Candle, 4 oz. jar, or Scented Oil Refills, 4 ct., $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Glade Scented Oil candles w/ decorative glass holder, SS 10/3
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 Glade Jar candles, 4 oz, Oct Good Housekeeping, October Women’s Day magazine, or September All You Magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 Glade Jar candles, 4 oz, printable , printable , printable , or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -B1G1 Glade Jar candle, 4 oz, max $3.89, SS 9/26
    Manufacturer Coupon -B2G1 Glade Scented Oil candles refill pk, max $3.90, SS 10/3
    (use B1G1, makes it $1)
  • Glade PlugIns or Relaxing Moments Refills, 1 ct., $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Glade PlugIns Scented Oil products, SS 9/26
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Glade PlugIns Scented Oil twin refill or (2) singles, October Good Housekeeping magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon October Women’s Day magazine, or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Glade Plugins Scented Oil refill, September All You Magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -B1G1 Glade Plugins Scented Oil twin refill, max $5.99, SS 9/26
    (use B1G1, makes it $1)
  • Ziploc Freezer or Storage Bags, $3.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.25/2 Ziploc bags, SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.25/2 Ziploc slider bags, SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/2 Ziploc Slider Bags, SS 8/29 (EXP 10/23)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Ziploc bags, SS 10/10, SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Ziploc Slider Bags, SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 Ziploc bag, SS 10/10
    (use .40/1, makes it $2.70)
  • Fancy Feast Gourmet Cat Food, 3 oz., 50¢
    Store Coupon -.75/10 Fancy Feast canned cat food (Target coupon) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/24 Fancy Feast cat food cans, RP 10/10 or RP 8/01
    (buy (24), use (2) .75/10, and $1/24, makes it 39¢ ea)
  • Fantastik Cleaner, 26-32 oz., $2
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Scrubbing Bubbles Fantastik All Purpose cleaner, SS 9/26
    (makes it $1.45)

In-Ad Coupon

  • Free Pampers Wipes Refills, 192-231 ct. WYB Pampers Cruisers Diapers, 72-116 ct.
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pampers Cruisers, Swaddlers, Sensitive or Extra Protection diapers, PG 9/26
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Pampers wipes, 60 ct +, Pampers home mailer

Advantage Buy Deals

  • New York Texas Toast or Bread Sticks, $2.50
    -.50/1 New York frozen product, Upromise eCoupon
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 New York Frozen Garlic Bread, SS 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 New York frozen garlic bread, SS 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 New York frozen product, October Good Housekeeping magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 New York frozen product, SS 7/25
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 New York product, October Women’s Day magazine
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 New York Texas Garlic Toast, October All You magazine
    (use .50/1 coupon and eCoupon, makes it $1 after college savings)
  • Cole’s Garlic Mini-Loaf, 8 oz, $1.50
  • Dole Frozen Fruit, 12-16 oz, $3.00
  • On-Cor Frozen Entrees, 28 oz, $3.00
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 On-Cor Entree, RP 10/10
    (makes it $2.20)
  • Buddig Deli Cuts, 12 oz, $3.00
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Buddig Deli Cuts lunch meat printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Buddig Deli Cuts, SS 8/08
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Buddig Deli Cuts printable
    (makes it $2.00)
  • Tyson Refrigerated Chicken or Steak Strips or Diced 10 oz, $4.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson Frozen Breaded Chicken, SS 10/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson Frozen Breaded Chicken, SS 8/15
    Store Coupon -$1 off Tyson frozen Chicken nuggets, tenders, patties or fingers, 20.5-29 oz, Yellow Advantage Flyer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson Grilled and Ready Fillet, SS 8/15
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Tyson Individual Frozen Chicken, Miller Lite coupon booklet
    Store Coupon -$1 off Tyson Individually Frozen Chicken breast, tenderloins, or strips, 2-4 lb, Yellow Advantage Flyer
    (Use $1 off manufacturer’s coupon and $1 off store coupon, makes it $2.50)
  • 4C Homestyle Grated Cheese 6 oz $2.99
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off 4C Parmesan 10/10
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off 4C Parmesan 10/10
    (use the $2 off coupon, makes it 99¢)
  • Coffee Mate 16 oz. $1.66
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50/1 Coffee-mate printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/3 Nestle Coffee-Mate Liquid or Powder Creamer printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Nestle Coffee-Mate Liquid or Powder Creamer printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.75/1 Nestle Coffee-Mate powder, 16 oz +, Celebrate the Americas Kroger home mailer
    (use the $1.50 printable, makes it 16¢)
  • Dannon Light & Fit 4 pks, 1.89
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Dannon Light & Fit (2) 4 pk or (10) single cups, SS 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Dannon Light & Fit Yogurt 6 Single Serve or (1) 4 pk printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.40/1 Dannon Light & Fit 4 pk or (6) singles, SS 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Dannon Light & Fit yogurt, 4 pk printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/6 Dannon Light & Fit cups printable
    (use $1 off, makes it 89¢)
  • Dannon 32 oz quarts or Activia 24 oz tubs, $1.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Dannon Activia yogurt, 4-12 pk or 24 oz, SS 10/10
    (makes it 50¢)
  • Dannon DanActive 4 pks, $2.00
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Dannon DanActive, 4-8 pk, SS 9/12
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Dannon DanActive, 4 pk printable
    (use $1 off coupon, makes it $1)
  • Dannon Coolision 6 pk, or Crush Cup 4 pk, $2.00
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Dannon Danimals Smoothie 6-12 pk, Crush Cup 4 pk, or Coolision 6 pk, SS 10/10
    (makes it $1)
  • Sargento String Cheese and Cheese Sticks, 9-12 oz, 3.69
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Sargento Reduced Sodium snack cheese printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Sargento Natural Cheese, 5-12 oz, Giving Hope a Hand Kroger home mailer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sargento fridge pk, SS 9/19,  9/26
    (use $1 off coupon, makes it $2.69)
  • Francesco Rinaldi To Be Healthy Pasta Sauce 6 oz $1.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -.30/1 Francesco Renaldi product, RP 9/26 or printable
    (makes it 90¢)
  • Pop Secret Microwave Popcorn 3-4 ct, $1.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Pop Secret products, Save Big Dream Big Booklet
    (buy 2, makes it $1.00 each)
  • LaCroix Sparkling Water, 12 pk, $3.50
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off LaCroix Sparkling Water, 8 or 12 pk, (facebook) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.25 off LaCroix Sparkling Water printable
  • Honest Tea or Honest Ade, 16.9 oz, $1.00
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Honest Tea or Ade drink printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -.50/1 Honest Tea or Ade bottle, (register) printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Honest Tea WYB bagged salad, tearpad
    (use 50¢ off coupon, makes it free)
  • Vitaminwater 20 oz, Vitaminwater Zero 20 oz, or Fuze 18.5 oz, $1.00
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off vitaminWater (2) 20 oz bottles or (1) 32 oz bottle, tearpad
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 off Fuze drink, October All You magazine
    Store Coupon -B10G5 Fuze drink bottles (Publix coupon), 18.5 oz, Yellow Advantage Flyer
    (makes it 50¢)
  • Schick Hydro 3 Razor $6.99
    Store Coupon Free Schick Hydro Shave Gel WYB Razor Green Adv. Flyer (store coupon)
    Manufacturer Coupon-$1 off Schick Hydro shave gel, SS 10/3
    Manufacturer Coupon-$4 off Schick Hydro 3 razor, SS 10/3
    (use all 3 coupons, makes it $1.99 for both)
  • Tylenol Precise Cream, 2.5 oz., or Patch, 3 ct. $7.99
    Store Coupon $3 off Tylenol Precise Cream, 2.5 oz., or Patch, 3 ct. Green Adv. Flyer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Tylenol Precise, SS 9/12 or printable
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3 off Tylenol Precise product, RP 10/17
    Manufacturer Coupon -$5/2 Tylenol Precise, SS 9/12
    (use $3 store and $3 mfr. makes it $1.99)
  • Nexcare First Aid Tape or Adhesive Bandage starts at $2.99
    Store Coupon B1G1 Nexcare First Aid Tape or Adhesive Bandage Green Adv. Flyer
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nexcare Bandages, SS 6/06
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Nexcare product, SS 6/20
    Manufacturer Coupon -.55/1 Nexcare product printable
    (use B1G1 and (2) mfr coupons, makes it 99¢ ea)
  • Children’s Benadryl, 4-8 oz. 10-18 ct., or Children’s Sudafed PE, 4 oz. $5.49
    Store Coupon $3 off Children’s Benadryl, 4-8 oz. 10-18 ct., or Children’s Sudafed PE, 4 oz. Green Adv. buy
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Benadryl product, RP 8/08
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Benadryl product printable (no more prints)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off SudaFed Children’s PE, RP 9/19
    Manufacturer Coupon -$3/2 SudaFed Children’s PE, RP 9/19
    (use $3 store and $1.50 mfr. coupon, makes it 99¢)
  • Robitussin, 4-12 oz. or 10-20 ct., or Dimetapp, 4-8 oz. or 20 ct. starts at $5.99
    Store Coupon $2 off Robitussin, 4-12 oz. or 10-20 ct., or Dimetapp, 4-8 oz. or 20 ct. Green Adv. buy
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Robitussin product, excl 2 ct, RP 9/26
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Robitussin Product printable (no more prints)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Dimetapp product, RP 9/26
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Dimetapp Product printable
    (use store and mfr. makes it $1.99)
  • Breathe Right Menthol 14 ct., $5.29
    Store Coupon -$1.50 off Beathe Right Green Advantage buy (store coupon)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Breathe Right product, 12 ct max, RP 10/17
    (use both, makes it $2.29)
  • Preparation H Wipes 48 ct. Refill , $5.99
    Store Coupon -$2 off Preperation H Green Advantage buy (store coupon)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Preparation H Product printable
    (use both, makes it $1.99)
  • Phazyme 180 mg. 12 ct. $3.49
    Store Coupon -$5/2 off Phazyme Green Advantage buy (store coupon)
    Manufacturer Coupon (2) -$2 off Vivarin, Gavison, Phazyme, Sominex, Nytol, Gly-Oxide, Contac or Massengill 4 pk, RP 10/10 or printable
    (use both, you make $2.02!)
  • Vivarin 200 mg 16-32 ct., or Sominex 16 ct., $3.19
    Store Coupon -$5/2 off Vivarin or Sominex Green Advantage buy (store coupon)
    Manufacturer Coupon (2) -$2 off Vivarin, Gavison, Phazyme, Sominex, Nytol, Gly-Oxide, Contac or Massengill 4 pk, RP 10/10 printable
    (use both, you make $2.62!)
  • L.A. Looks, got2b, or Zero Frizz Hair Care, 4-20 oz., 25% off
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off LA Looks product, RP 8/01
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Got2b Hair Styling products, October All You magazine (if included)
    Manufacturer Coupon -$2 off Got2b product, full size, (Facebook) printable
    (buy LA Looks, makes it 23¢)
  • Hefty EZ Foil Bake & Broil Pans, select items, 99¢
    Manufacturer Coupon -$1/2 Hefty EZ Foil or Ovenware products printable
    (makes it 49¢ ea)
    • DonnaTN

      Okay so I found some coupons that Jenny has not listed above.

      1. There is a coupon for the Express salad when you play the game.
      There is a link button for “get coupon” after the game has been played. It’s for $1 off any one.

      2. There is a Kraft coupon on the Target website for $1/2 Target Q.

      3. If your stores accepts Walgreens as a competitor, there is a coupon for $1/2 Cheez it’s Q in the monthly booklet.

      4. There is a $1/1 coupon for the Nestle Cookie dough on their website Nestlefamily.com

      5. There is a Food Lion Q for $1/6 Condensed Campbells soup Q.

      Thanks Jenny for all you do!!

    • tiffany


    • Kate


      • Kate

        Oh no! Second by seconds!

    • Samantha

      okay, new to this… please explain this to me…

      Fresh Express Salad Blend, 4.5-12 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)

      where does the $1.99 come from? is this the sale price?

      • The $1.99 is the price that it will be if you just buy one for folks that live in GA, SC, TN, and AL. Folks in Florida have to buy both items on a buy one get one deal.

      • Laurie

        Yes. It is BOGO or 1/2 price.

      • Donna

        The salad is buy one get one free so you get two bags for $3.99. If you only buy one bag, it will be $1.99.

      • Anoushka

        its buy one get one free

        the price of one bag is 3.99

        but since you get 2 bags at that price its 1.99 per bag

        plus any other discount if you have coupons

        in this case, the link is for a coupon for 0.55 per bag

        the beauty here is that you use 2 coupons

        thus bringing the price down to 1.44 per bag

        hope this helps ;)

      • Barronfam

        $3.99 is the regular price so $1.99 is the current price if you're in a state that only requires you to buy one item when the item is buy one, get one free.

      • Amoore9915

        The price is $3.99, however, since they are buy one get one free you get 2 for $3.99. The ($1.99) is what the break down for each is. Since it is buy one get one free.

      • Julie

        They are on sale buy one get one free so the price is 1.99 each.

      • Jane

        Yes. This is the sale price. They are Buy One Get One which means they ring up half price!

      • millie

        3.99 is the regular price and everywhere (except florida) publix charges half price for their bogo items. so the price for one would be 1.99 or half of the regular price.

        • millie

          to add to my comment so if you only want one item of a bogo sale you only pay half price you do not have to buy two (except florida, there you have to buy two of bogo and they charge full price for one and .00 for the second) and you can use two coupons, one per item on bogos (as long as it is not a $/2 coupon) hope that helps some.

          • Samantha

            Helps A LOT! Thanks!

      • sonyapell

        They're buy one get one free, so the sale makes each one 1.99.

    • savin4morefamily

      Wow – thanks for getting it up so early!

    • savin4morefamily

      oh, and I clicked on the link for the Palmolive Ultra Dish detergent and it's showing only 25 cents off.

      • Gray322869

        The Palmolive coupon is 25 cents off.

    • ChrisGoebel

      Anyone know where the 1.50 off Coffee-Mate printable is? The link is not active up there!

      • Amoore9915

        Try it again!! I just tried and they both worked!!! :)

      • Marina115

        Search for it in the coupon database. It's the first one that come up.

        • JLorch

          Thanks–this was really helpful and made me realize another cool feature Jenny has on this website. THANKS again!

        • Freedomspradley1

          You're awesome!! Thanks!

      • Jakfaj

        it's fixed!

    • Jane

      Does anyone else get the “Sorry. You don't quality for this offer,” message when they click on the $1 off printable Pepperidge Farm cookies?

      • Nic

        yes, but I just went to pepperidgefarm.com and it came up :)

        • Lorinbob

          Thank you…that worked for me :)

      • Amoore9915

        Yes, but the link through facebook works!! :)

      • luvlex

        I tried it about 30 minutes ago and then just now and it worked! Have to put your email in and then it prints, :-)$1.00 off 3 oz. bag or larger. Also the FB page lets you print a .55 Milano.

    • Farrah

      Not criticizing here…just an honest question. The last couple of weeks I've noticed a few coupons listed that are noted out to the side that they're expired, ie Pop Secret popcorn RP 8/29 exp 10/10. Has Publix changed their policy to accept outdated coupons?

      • Mattdonnadylan

        Some stores will accept them if they are within the week before Sat. They turn them in on Sat. Others will accept within 30 days. It's good to go ahead and ask about your stores policy. HTH

        • Queenbeedieterly

          I did not know that! I just went thru my coupons. :-( lol Glad you all are here! TXS Jenny!

      • Snowski824

        My publix will take them for up to a week past the expiration date. Ask at your service desk.

      • Sarahdworley

        I was informed at our Publix yesterday in Savannah, that Publix coupons never expire! good to know :)

        • Guest

          The store on Largo has a two month limit after the expiration date on Publix coupons and a one week limit on manufacturer coupons.

    • shelleyschu

      Hey Jenny — Great shopping last week — Got 6 boxes of various cheerios for $1.43 each box. Saved 60% at Publix AND at Kroger, two cake mixes and two frostings for a grand total of $.50 for daughter's bday cake. At both Publix and Kroger, I had the cashiers and people in line in awe of my coupon prowess…all thanks to the Amazing Southern Savers Jenny!

    • shelleyschu

      prints are gone on Children's Benadryl, Robotussin.

    • Rjfranklin

      there is also a BOGO on the 4C grated cheese coupon in the 10/10 ss 2.00 off the grated cheese and buy one grated cheese get free bread crumbs free coupon to go with that deal

    • Kat

      Just wondering why the $2 coupon for Quaker Oatmeal isn't listed. Maybe Jenny just forgot, or it won't work with this type? The math on some of the items after the coupons is a little off too. Thank you Jenny! I know it must be tiring to do this all the time!

      • momoftwins

        Hey, Kat. Its probably not listed because it doesn't match. The one on sale for BOGO is the cannister, like the kind of oats that you bake with, and not the individual packages of flavored ones. HTH

    • momoftwins

      I found the following coupons on another blog to use on a couple of the BOGO's. For the Cheez its you can stack the Walgreens $1/2 on Keebler snacks in the booklet to get each box for .65 cents. On the Kraft Mayo you can stack the Target Q of $1/2 Kraft items to get each one for $1.00. On the Dove Dove Hair Care 2/$6

      you can use the $0.75/1 Dove Hair Product 10/3/2010 RP Insert AND the $2/1 Dove Hair Product Rite Aid Video Values to pay 25¢ a bottle! Also, you can stack the Rite Aid Video Value of $1/2 on GM product on the cereal to score a box of cereal for less than a $1.00 I hope this helps someone save even MORE at Publix :)

      • Those are good matches. Publix corporate has decided that drugstores are not competitors so I'm not going to add them to matches any longer.

        While you may find that occasional stores still accept them, just know that this will become fewer and fewer as they start to enforce new policies.

    • Brooke249

      I'm a newbie couponer– is $1.50 a good price for the Texas toast or is there a good chance it'll come up cheaper in the future??

      • momoftwins

        Brooke, I've gotten it for less than a $1.00 in the past, so it will probably be cheaper in the future.

        • Brooke249

          Thanks! I'll hold off! :)

      • Mom of EE&I

        Brooke – you can get Texas toast for as little as $.50 if you don't need it immediately.

    • Cami White

      Oscar Mayer Wiener Target coupon for $1 off of 2, so can stack with mfr coupon and get for $0.49/ea

    • Mrsreilly

      can anyone help me? I'm looking for the arnold bread $1…its suppose to be in the ss 10/3 and I don't see it… has anyone else been able to find it??

      • 3monkeysmom

        I got it in the B'ham News :)

        • Alabamagarretts

          which day? thanks!

          • 3monkeysmom

            SmartSource 10/3 :)

      • Carla C

        I have that coupon and I'm not going to use it. If you would like it you can e-mail me your addy and I will put it in the mail in the morning unless you need it tomorrow.

        • Lorinbob

          Carla, in case Mrsreilly doesn’t want it, I’ll take it. But would you happen to have 2? That would make it worth the stamp that I will pay you for :)
          I don’t know how to private message :(

        • Mrsreilly

          got one from somebody else….but thank you so much carla….i appreciate it!

    • Cami White

      Don't see a coupon for the Arnold bread in SS (or in RP–checked both, just in case) from 10/3. The only bread coupon I saw was the “Healthy Life Bread & Buns” (save 0.35).
      Did anyone else see the Arnold bread in the AJC? I'm wondering if it was regional (although it's sold EVERYwhere, so I don't know why it would be).

      • Snowski824

        Manufacturers often put coupons out only to certain areas, usually larger cities where more people will get the coupon.

        • Cami White

          I'm in the Atlanta area…and didn't see it in the AJC (the largest paper in the area), so I'm guessing it didn't come in that paper on 10/3…oh well. Looks like I'll be making bread again this week.

          • Acrews205

            Got one in Bham…and one for $1 off Thomas English muffins that are BOGO too!

    • QueenjEnnifer87

      I found a $1/1 uncal bens rice blinkie in publix a week or so ago. If it is the same product, that would make it .50 each. Not bad for long grain rice. (free is best for white rice lol)

      • gardengirl

        Yesterday at Publix there were $1.00 off peelies on some of the Uncle Ben boxes.

    • Jenny Gluck

      Is it just me or are there A LOT of the same items in this ad as last weeks ad??? It's like it the same order too. What the heck?

      • Erin

        not just you, i thought the same.

      • Bryarsmom

        Kroger does this alot. Repeat 2 weeks in a row.

    • Snowski824

      On the Cheez it's you said there was a coupon in the 9/10 paper but there wasn't a 9/10 paper…is it in another one?

      • Joysdachshunds

        -$1/2 Cheez-it Crackers 8/29/2010 RP Insert (exp 10/24/2010)

    • Igot5ltlboyz

      This week is a slow week for me, don't think I'll drive the hour one way to go to Publix. But…..last week my total before coupons was $159+, and my oop was $61+ and this included 4 gallons of milk. (5 boys, we go through lots of milk). YAY!!! Thank you, Ms. Jenny!!

      • gardengirl

        Its comforting knowing I'm not the only person who has to drive an hour one way to shop at Publix but I wouldn't give up living in the country for a closer commute.

    • BettyCrocked

      Wow, just spent 10 minutes giving personal information (everything but my blood type!) only to get offered 3 coupons I have no use for and no Cheezit.

      • Thehistoryofus

        Yea, looks like the Cheez It coupon is gone.

        For $2.50 a box you can get them at WalMart any day.

      • Snowski824

        There were $1/2 peelies on some of them at my store this morning.

    • Leslie

      I think one of our SS readers should get a job at Publix corporate so THEY can determine the BOGO's. Lately, the bogo deals have been nothing to write home about :) I think I would recommend: buy 1 lb Boars head lunch meat get on free, buy one lb rib eye steak get one free… ha-ha

      • 3monkeysmom

        Haha!! I second that!! Although, I have to say this weeks BOGOs will make my kids' dreams come true….COOKIES galore :) And the Arnold's bread is at a pretty good stock-up price for me.But yeah, not alot to make a meal out of :( At least it's not pasta and tomato sauce again!!!

        • I know. I am so sick of pasta and tomato sauce!

          • Freemn4

            LOL… I bought BOGO sauces last week and successfully helped another lady reach a sauce off top shelf. Then when reaching for mine I accidentally broke 2 jars of red spaghetti sauce trying to reach a jar of alfredo sauce from the top shelf last week. I was soooo embarrased! The people who worked there were super nice and cleaned it all up even offered to wash my flip flops. I still chuckle when I walk by that aisle.

    • Ks7709

      The Publix I went to on Greensprings told me last week that they no longer stack coupons iwht the Target coupons. The reason the cashier told me was that they already work hard to give the lowest price. Anyone else had this problem?

      • Ashley

        None of ours will stack with Target (north of Nashville). Only true grocery stores.

        • Loueffie

          I go to the Target in Hermitage and they accept Target coupons.

        • bichelle

          Smyrna stacks with Target. I know they used to accept manf coupon, competitor coupon, and a publix coupon. Now they will only accept a manf coupon and store (can be publix or compet, won't accept both) Still it saves me a great deal

      • His_mother27

        yes, it is the same in florida (hernando county)

      • Johnny

        Ha! Lowest price?!?! Publix doesn't even try to be a low price leader. That would be like Walmart claiming that they are a high end retail establishment. Publix succeds not because they compete pricewise with other grociery stores (overall they are one of the most expensive ones I have ever been to), but because they make it pleasent and easy to shop there.

        In my area there are many who will only shop at Publix. Have you ever heard of someone that says they will only shop at Walmart? or Kroger? or Food Lion? Probably not. These stores strive to be low cost leaders. Most of their customers shop there not out of loyalty, but because they are price sensitive consumers.

        In reply to the actual post, I have seen huge inconsistencies in between stores and even between managers within the same store. I remember once I had some Earth Fare coupons. 1 for 1 free lb of ground chuck with $5 purchase. The other was $2 off per pound on steak. One Publix took the free ground beef one, but claimed that they couldn't take the steak one while another store took the steak one and said that they couldn't take the ground chuck coupon.

        The moral of the story is, if you have a great coupon you want to use and the cashier doesn't take it, try a different cashier. If the manager says “no,” go back on a different shift.

        • Migdalia

          I guess it really depends on where you are because in South Fla Publix tends to have some of the lowest prices when compared to other grocery stores (except on meats and produce). The only other grocery stores in my area are Sedanos, Winn Dixie, and Food Town, all of which are higher priced. So I love Publix and happily accept any exceptions they may give to coupons.

          • karen

            I live in South Florida (25 years now) and Publix is the HIGHEST of all the stores. I live in Weston, and so Weston is higher than most other Publix. Sometimes you will see prices vacillate, but in my experience, Publix is the highest priced, but the cleanest and nicest store to shop in…in my part of South Florida. My manager said the rent was higher in Weston, so they had to charge more for groceries.

            • I live in south FL, on the east coast, and for an actual grocery store Publix has better prices than Winn Dixie or Albertson’s. You can get off the shelf better prices sometimes at Walmart, but who wants to shop there after you learn the art of Super Couponing???
              Publix does earn a portion of their $$ back on store coupons and BOGO sales. Each of those is a deal worked out with the manufacturer of that item. “How many of X can you sell in X amount of time?” You get paid X% for that. Maybe 80%, maybe 75%, etc… each varies..

          • Guest

            Publix is never the lowest anywhere. Publix is highest because of their customer service but in the end just another store to save money.

        • Felicia

          In my area, SC, Publix’s reg prices are usually cheaper than Piggly Wiggly and Food Lion and their deals are almost always better.

      • The publix we go to say the same thing, no stacking target and man. coupons. It's one or the other :( However, I do understand why, they don't get reimbursed for the competitor coupons! I'm just glad they still accept competitor coupons period!

        • Teacher Momof2

          THe Publis I go to says 1 manuf. coupon and one stroe coupon( or compettitor) per item.

        • guest

          Actually they do get reimbursed..a store coupon is still reimbursed by the manufacturer not the store.

          • Seriously?! I go to two publix stores in our area and they both said they don't allow stacking of target coupons and man. coupons because they only get reimbursed for the man. coupons! I'm glad at least some people can still stack them :)

    • Kdc7703

      Does anyone know when splenda will go on sale?

      • Mot2232

        It was $5.99 for the 9.7 oz bag at my Publix this AM.

    • Lucy

      There's a “$2.00 off Nestle Butterfinger, Crunch, and Wonka Variety Bag (22oz, 34.6oz and 48oz)” coupon on the coupons dot com website along with a “$2.50 off two Nestle Variety Bags (20oz or larger)” coupon. Both coupons reset yesterday afternoon if you had previously printed them.

      There was also a $1.50 off 30-oz or larger Nestle or Wonka bagged candy coupon from the Target website a couple of weeks ago that will work perfectly if your store accepts Target as a competitor.

      The $10.99 bags will be $5.49 for 2 (2.74 ea) after the $2.50/2 coupon and two $1.50 Target coupons.

      The $8.49 bags will be $.75 each after the $2.00 coupon and the $1.50 coupon.

      • Couponing4myfamily

        I don't see the 1.50 Target Q. Any particular zip to use?

        • Lucy

          The Target Nestle/Wonka coupon is no longer on the Target website. It was removed to make room for the incoming new coupons this past weekend. :-(

          As with all good coupons: when you see them, print them since you never know how long they'll be around.

      • donna

        what zip code do you use for the $1.50 coupon at target?

    • Kriss

      Does anyone know what a good buy price is for wipes? Like a refill pack of 100 or more? I'm wondering if the Pampers deal is worth it. Thanks!

      • Having twins we buy a ton of wipes – the refills are regularly 6.99 to 7.99, depending on the store, and you can still use pampers man. coupons for both the diapers and the wipes!

        • Kriss

          Thank you all so much for the detailed info! It's really nice of you to take the time to respond! Have a great night! :)

      • Personally I almost only buy wipes and diapers at the drugstores using my RRs or ECBs because then I end up paying next to nothing. I'm also not a big fan of the Pampers wipes, but that's probably just a personal preference. :-) Huggies wipes refills are on sale at CVS this week, and using my ECBs I ended up getting them for almost nothing. Hope that helps!

      • Amy

        A 3-pack of Target wipes refill is around 4.64, so if I can get wipes for less than that (by using sales and coupons), I feel like I've been successful!

      • Michelle

        I look at the total price for both. I am going to assume the larger thing of diapers is $19.99. I happen to have $2Q for wipes and $2Q for diapers, both manufacturer. So $19.99 – 4 would be $15.99 for both a big box of diapers and large refill. I tend to agree with others that this is not a great deal—CVS or Rite Aid usually has MUCH better deals where these 2 Q can be used to maximize your savings. For instance, in weeks past, CVS has put Pampers or Huggies on sale for the jumbo pack at 8.99 with $2 ECB. I can use the $2Q with that for a pack of diapers that's going to cost $4.99…not to mention if I roll the ECBs then I probably end up spending MAYBE a couple bucks OOP.

    • Vwchick85

      I am having trouble finding the Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough $1 off coupon that is in RP 10/3. Can someone please help me. Thanks

      • wendyc33

        it was probally a regional coupon. i didnt get one either in my paper. I would try going to the nestle website. sometimes they have them there.

    • I'm still trying to get the hang of this stuff. I'm in TN, so I know that BOGOs are really half price each; I don't have to buy 2. But if I'm going to use a coupon that says $1/2, then I'd have to get 2 in order to get $1 off, correct?

      • mommydub

        Yes, you have to buy the number indicated on the coupon.

      • Yes, you always have to buy the required amount of an item on a coupon. Bogo sales are awesome!

      • savin4morefamily

        Yes, that's right. If the Q requires two items, you have to get two.

      • Thanks for the help here! One more: when Jenny lists a main product like “Hershey’s All Time Greats Snack Size, 24.17-27.8 oz. bag” with “- $1/2 Hershey’s, Reese’s, or Kit Kat snack size, 9-22 oz, SS 10/17” as one of the coupons, how do those match up? And do I have to get the one that the coupon specifies? (Sometimes I get confused when Jenny lists something and the coupon for it is for a different flavor, size, etc.)

        • itismedia

          Whatever the coupon says, you have to go by. Sometimes the coupons will not match with your sale, but Jenny list everything that might possibly go, because some areas do differ.

        • Lucy

          The coupon listed by Jenny won't work for the product on sale. The item on sale is 24.17 – 27.8 oz and the coupon specifically states 9-22oz. So, as you realized, the coupon doesn't match up to the item. It happens quite a bit in the coupon match-ups since the folks doing the match-ups are human. ;-)

          As you've discovered, just make sure you carefully read the coupon carefully before you redeem it for the product on sale to make sure it's the correct coupon for the item on sale.

      • wendyc33


      • Lucy

        Correct. Happy couponing! Last Week I bought,

        7 Marie Callender Dinners

        5 Yokisobi

        2 Coffee Mates

        4 Sundown Vitamin

        2 bags of Starburst

        4 boxes of Mini Wheats

        For $5. Awesome! Its crazy! Makes me feel like Im stealing. Love It! I laugh all the way to my car!

        • Susiemay3607

          Am I crazy or just going crazy??? I can't find the coupons to match the Publix $1.00 or less. It is dated 10/14. Are those prices still good? I am super new and pretty much have no idea what I'm doing…:(

          • itismedia

            The list above starts today or tomorrow. The dollar or less list (for Publix) ends today or yesterday, depending on the area.

      • LindaB


        • MotoXmom

          Is the 1/2 price versus BOGO in every state? I'm in FL

          • millie

            no in florida you have to buy two for bogo they (fl) ring up full price for one and .00 for the second

          • Jen

            Not in Florida. You have to buy 2 items =(

    • Dbwiseman

      Pepperidge Farm Cookies link tells me… “We're Sorry. You don't qualify for this offer.” :(

    • Ijpanko

      coffee mate says coupon printable for 1.50 off but has no printable???

      • Grglymph

        I was able to print out 2 of the coffee mate coupons for $1.50 off

      • Don't forget to use the Food Lion store coupon for the seasonal flavors that came out today if you are able to in your area and it applies for this item! :-)

      • cog94

        I was able to print this Q about 20 minutes ago. You may want to try again because I had problems on the first attempt.

    • Bamamomof4

      The Pepperidge Farm site says that I am not eligible for the coupon…I printed the last time they were BOGO, does it not reset after so many weeks?

      • I think that they may have reached their overall print limit. There are two print limits- the 2 each computer print limit for the number that you can print and the X overall number that they have available for anyone to print.

    • Thiamaria

      Thanks so much for doing this! I know that sometimes I feel that couponing takes up SO much of my time- I can't even begin to imagine how much of yours it takes! Also- don't mind the bad eggs that pop in here every once and a while. You're doing an awesome job at saving thousands of dollars for so many people!

      • Shannon C

        Yeah! Well said. I guess we really could demand our money back for little typos…. oh wait…. we don't pay for the service. Thanks a bunch for everything you provide me for FREE! You have saved me bunches of money!!

    • Tracy H.

      The Dial and Coast bar soap are BOGO $1.87 in my ad in Athens, GA, not $2.39. Just thought others in this area would like to know you only pay $0.24 each with the .35/1 coupon. Awesome deal on soap!

    • Jenn

      I am not sure if anyone can use these this wee, or if they are on sale somewhere but I cut out all of the diaper q’s, the Good start q’s and I thought mabey someone on here could use them I have 7 of each one of these
      1.50/1 Huggies diapers
      2.00/1 Huggies Snugglers or Little Movers Diapers
      2.00/1 Huggies wipes

      3.00/1 Good Start powder
      1.00/1 Good Start cereals

      I also have the silk almond milk 2.00/2 q;s and I know alot of yall use them too. I have 9 of these. If you want these please let me know. I hope I can help someone save!

    • Kaninekeeper

      For the glade candles, can I buy 2 candles and use a manufacturer's B1G1 with a $1 off one at Publix?

      • Freedomspradley1


      • Carra

        Even better, if your store accepts Walgreens coupons, use the $2/2 coupon in the October coupon book to get 2 free!

    • flowergirl

      Has anyone heard about policy changes at Florida Publix stores? I just came from my Publix in Palm Bay and the cashier informed me that the new policy is only ONE coupon for BOGO deals! She said They were really cracking down since people were taking advantage of the system; some folks are using BJ's “manufacturer” coupons which are clearly intended for large items (I don't do this!). If it's true, and they only take one now, then I'm sooooo bummed!!!!!!!

      • I would speak to the manager about it. The manufacturers will still pay them back for the coupons so it really doesn't make sense why they wouldn't want their customers to save as much money as (legally) possible. They even get a handling fee. :-)

      • cog94

        I have not heard of this policy. This may be a management decision. The stores in South Florida are still coupon friendly. One of my favorite cashiers told me that Publix made about $80 million dollars in coupons last year. I don't know if she got the figure right but even $8 million is alot to make in this economy!!

        • Missyeby

          She got it right :)

      • i haven't had that problem at my FL Publix.

        On a related note… I wrote a letter to my local Publix asking questions regarding their coupon policy. I outlined every last scenario i have or may encounter. The result was an response letter that clearly answers all of the issues i have had int he past in regards to my couponing. I carry this letter with me every time i go to the store, this way – if i do run into a problem, i have a signed letter from the store manager confirming my side. :)

        I understand that sometimes policies change, but this has ended quite a few disputes i have had with cashiers and even assistant managers.

      • mom2three

        Haven't run into that yet in NE FL. Hoping not to. I love B1G1 with two coupons – saves so much!

    • Holiness07

      for the juicy juice coupons if you look closely they are two different coupons. So you can use both of them and get two dollars off of two. Yipppeee

      • Clarissa

        I'm not sure how you can get $2 off 2 since both of the coupons listed require 2 items ($1/2 + .75/2). You would have to purchase 4 bottles in order to use both off those coupons. Maybe you have a coupon for $1/1 that isn't listed? Then you could use 2 and it would be $2 off 2.

    • Tazrarose

      The coupon database lists a couple of coupons for Brawny paper towels. Would they work for the ones listed on sale?

    • Danyeln

      I ran into my Publix during lunch for an afternoon sweet treat for my office. They had Fruit2Day 2 packs B1G1. This is the store in Montgomery, AL at the corner of Vaughn & Taylor.

    • Daphne

      There's a .75/1 coupon for Dove Shampoo, Conditioner, or Treatment Conditioner in RP 10/3!

    • Daphne

      There's also a coupon for .25/1 any Palmolive liquid dish soap in SS 10/3!

    • Gabriela

      Did anybody find 1/2 del monte vegetable? In the rp (9/19) I just found the 1/5.

      • A lot of times in situations like that if two coupons are listed it means that newspapers had one or the other based on the area. And then, of course, there are those areas that don't get either of those coupons too!

        • Gabriela

          Thank you! :-)

    • Gettobobs

      Answer this please…. if you buy a Schick Razor and you have the store coupon for “get a fee schick shaving gel” how can you use a $1 off coupon on the gel if it is suppose to be free?? Is the value of the gel not zero when it rings up??

      • selena932

        No, the shaving gel rings up at regular price (ex. $2.67). Then when you hand the cashier your store Q, they will deduct the $2.67.

      • Rjfranklin

        a store coupon and a manufactor can be stacked it will allow the overage to bring down the total gotta love publix

      • No, the gel will ring up the full price and then when you give them the coupon and they put it into the computer it will take off the price of the gel. Most stores allow you to use a manufacturer coupon on a product that you get for free because they still turn in the coupon and get that amount back from the manufacturer (plus 8 cents handling fee).

        Hope that helps.

    • AC

      The Dole fruit that is on sale is the bagged Dole fruit – the fruit bar coupons listed will not qualify for the sale. Just FYI.

      • Same goes for the Tyson Refrigerated Chicken or Steak Strips or Diced 10 oz, $4.50. The coupon in the yellow flyer is for frozen Chicken.

    • dizzy

      I have been tryng to install the coupon printer and each time it says it has been installed but it wont let me print. it keeps telling me to install it. i have installed it about 25 times and still nothing…..help

      • Samantha

        I wish I knew the answer, this started happening to me last week. I can't print any coupons off my laptop anymore, :(

        • Beth

          My laptop does the same thing every once in a while. It must be something with Windows7 because my older desktop doesn't have that problem with the coupon printer. I found out by trial and error that you have to uninstall the coupon printer first. Then, go through the prompts and install the coupon printer as if you've never installed it. My coupons always print after that. It is a pain but that's the only way I've been able to print the coupons.

      • pscmom

        Have you restarted your computer? This happened to me too and a restart took care of the problem.

      • Phillis Rogers

        Try reinstalling your printer and/or printer drivers.

      • Coupons090

        i have the same problem .i can not print target .a few years ago found that if a lowered my security settings i could download and print coups from any site, but within two weeks i had to take my computer in, it had picked up a virus.smart source has been a problem for me as well i would keep installing and nothing. for some reason it will print them now but it takes forever.

    • Ferdy0329

      I was using google chrome when it did this to me, now if i use internet explore it allows me to print the coupons.

      • dizzy

        thanks…..i am using firefox…..i will try internet explore….wish me luck

    • Debstafford07

      Is there any way to save your list so you can come back to it, if your unable to complete it at one time?

      • Your SS shopping list? Only if you leave your PC running or on Sleep mode. I do that often.

    • Thiamaria

      Found a Kraft Target Store coupon @ target.com. $1 off w/purchase of 2 Kraft items (has list). Should work well for the mayo.

      • Athenasbyshanna

        I got some $.55 off kraft mayo coupons attached to recipes in my publix, so thats an even better deal! :-)

    • Guard106

      I cant print out the tylenol coupon, it says i've already printed it the number of times allowed but i have never printed that coupon once.

      • Donna6984

        i ran into that tonight dont understand does anyone understand this

    • BethWoodall95

      Last week I shopped at my Publix, the same one I've always shopped at. I submitted several 50 cent coupons w/ the “Do Not Double” directive at the top. Ordinarily, Publix still doubles these up to the 50c level. When I rec'd my grocery slip, it had terminology on it I had never seen– “coupon suppressed” or something to that effect. I asked what had happened and the cashier explained that they could not double because of the manufacturer's DND directive. I told her that I've been shopping there, using those very same coupons for months, and had NEVER had a coupon suppressed, whichis true. I ended up with the GM, who advised me that my cashier had done it correctly–it was all the PREVIOUS cashiers who had done it incorrectly. The GM also explained that because of the DND directive, the most they could get reimbursed would be the 50 cents, so they would be losing the additional 50 cents if they doubled, which made sense to me… I feel like I totally screwed up, because now they are going to devote time and resources to re-educate their cashiers on this policy. All you Publix shoppers–please weigh in on your experience with this and offer any suggestions.

      • 3monkeysmom

        Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I always thought it was the store that paid for the doubling anyway, not the manufacturer.

        My Publix has never suppressed them.

        • Gettobobs

          Thats what she is saying….her Publix used to double the coupons that said DND but now they arent because they only get reimbursed for the face value of the coupon..not the double. Publix has to eat the extra .50 if they double a fifty cent coupon to $1. It is their way of attracting customers, but it looks like now due to the ecomony it may be perhaps affecting that store.

          • Ilovewdw

            I havnt run in to “suppression” yet…..but I always pick the same 2 cashiers…One is a boy too busy flirting to pay much attn, the other a single mom that loves to see my saved amnt…I think she is headed here so she can do it too! i do know it can happen, and I won't complain when it does….still saving money.

          • 3monkeysmom

            Right, but she was told because the coupon says “do not double” the most the store will get back from the manufacturer is 50 cents. The implication being that if it doesn't say DND, then the manufacturer would pay for the doubling.That's why I wanted to be clear about who pays for the doubling. If the store pays for the doubling, then they're not going to be paid back for the doubling whether or not the coupon says DND. If the manufacturer pays for the doubling, then what he says made sense.

      • At our two stores it depends on the cashier – there is one lady my friends and I call the coupon nazi, she spends a half an hour reading the fine print on each coupon to make sure everything is done correctly, and I have learned she has to manually suppress each “DND” coupon. Other cashiers bing them right through and don't stop to suppress them. I hope that helps!

      • FL Publix's don't double at all. Ever. So, while you may feel like you are getting shorted now, consider yourself lucky. :)

      • Roehrigk

        I would go to another Publix!

    • Amanda Smith

      Thank you, Jenny!

      For the second time ever, I've saved over 50% on my weekly groceries because of all of the wonderful information you provide and—of course—your amazing followers.

      It's really been exciting to save so much money. I started Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University recently and I actually feel confident about my ability to make smart decisions with my money.

      You've played a big role in that success.

    • oneplustwins

      for the glade candles…can I use a BOGO and also a $1 off? Would the BOGO be for the free candle and the $1 for the original. Am I thinking that out correctly?

      • Freedomspradley1

        Yes you are supposed to be able to use a money off coupon with a b1g1 coupon when getting two items. I have had problems doing this at some drug stores. I have never had a problem doing this at grocery stores.

      • mom2three

        My Publix accepts Walgreens coupons as competitor and Walgreens has a $2/2 in their coupon book this month but it ends on 10/23.

    • Michelle

      new to coupons ,? how do you get the coupons from prior rp or ss printed?thanks

      • toni

        They aren't printable. They are coupons that came in the newspaper inserts. If you didn't buy that paper, then you can purchase whole inserts or certain coupons that you want from coupon clipping services.

      • You can't print them, you just have to collect & save them each week (or buy them, as toni pointed out below). It can be frustrating at first, but keep in mind that most sales and coupons go in cycles, so even if you don't get it this time around, you will probably be able to get the deal in a month or two.

        If you are brand new to coupons and having trouble, I have a “baby steps” beginner's guide to couponing series on my blog. Just click my name for the link! Hope that helps. Have a great day & let me know if you have any other questions! :-)

    • Aly B

      Peachtree City GA Publix has Fruit 2 Day B1G1 free. That makes them 1.49 for the 2 pack and there was a blinkie for .55 off! These are soooo delicious.

      • Natalie

        What is Fruit 2 Day and where is it located? Thanks!

    • Kcmarkham57

      Ok, newbie question here. I understand that to use $1/2 q, you need to buy two. But publix has a “one MQ per item” policy. So can I use 2 $1/2 q's on two items only, or do I have to buy 4? Thanks!

      • Dee

        You will have to buy 4 in order to use two of the $1/2 MQ

    • Jennifer

      new to this and have a question …the bogo for the Nestle cookie dough. Can I use 2 MQ .75 coupons?

      • Jkjaf

        in anywhere but florida they ring up half price instead of b1g1. so, you can use two coupons!

        • You can still use 2 coupons in FL, but you MUST buy 2 to get the sale price (in other states you can just buy one at half price.)

      • Ilovewdw

        yes, at Publix each item will ring up half price….thus u can buy odd numbers and still get the sale price.

        • mom2three

          Depending on where you live…Publix in FL you have to buy two.

      • Stephanie

        yes. you can use them both!

      • Donna6984


      • mom2three

        Yes, my Publix will accept two coupons for a buy 1 get one offer.

    • Erg, I had one of those mornings where I couldn't find any of the coupons I wanted–what is it with the SW FL newspapers??? I know I shouldn't complain, but I was really hoping for some cheap Nestle TollHouse cookies! :-)

      Anyway, my day improved vastly when I went to Publix. What a pleasant store that is! I ended up saving 68% at Publix and spent only $0.33 at CVS for a gallon of milk, 2 packs of gum, and hand sanitizer. (Click on my name to see picture & coupons used). Still craving the cookies to go with my milk, though!

      • http://www.verybestbaking.com/Coupons-Promotions/Coupons-List.aspx
        try this link..i was able to print $1.00 off 1 nestle cookie dough.

      • I have the same problem in SWFL (Lehigh to be exact) – it seems to be hit or miss with newspaper inserts. I find buying a paper in town, or driving to buy one in Fort Myers has given me different options. I don't know why it's different. But… i do know (on a somewhat related note) that on Thanksgiving the Black Friday ads we get in home delivery News-Press are different than the Ads in papers you buy at a store. It's always been that way.

        • Athenasbyshanna

          NW Florida sucks horribly. We almost never have even 1/2 of the coupons and my computer has problems everytime I try to print smartsource and once in a while with the others. . . Oh well. Saved $48 at Walgreens today with $1.70 out of pocket!

          • Dancyins

            I live in nw florida too and agree smartsource never gives the good coupons in 32055 area code I wish our publix was as good as i read others do, feel your pain

    • Livserge331

      Maruchan Yakisoba noodles are still 60 cents. This makes for overage with the 50 cent coupon from a few weeks back. I only got two copies of it through my paper, and I found I actually liked those two free packs, so I went on Ebay and paid $2.99 to get 20 coupons. I'm so glad I did, because even though I was nervous I'd get my money worth out of them since they expired 10/31, I ended up making money. The coupon still doubles, so you're getting 40 cents overage on each one! I got an extra $5.60 off Tuesday when I went out and bought 14 packs (I didn't want to wipe out their stock totally), and today I went back, they'd restocked, so I got the last 6 for overage of $2.40 on my order. The savory soy sauce flavor is really good. I got one each of all the other flavors (teriyaki beef, spicy chicken, roasted chicken, and sweet and sour chicken) to try. I tried the shrimp and I really didn't like it though. I normally wouldn't eat this kind of thing, but I'm unemployed right now and I'm not above eating cheap noodles for lunch!

      • mommydub

        By any chance, did you purchase those at the Publix in Cumming?? The lady in front of me last week bought a TON of those noodles and used a TON of coupons! Whether it was you or not, way to go! I understand tough times and you have to do what you have to do for your family. Good job :)

    • bazookakate

      This was my first week doing cupons and everything and just wanted to let any other newbies that I saved $109.69 just from gathering what I could this week. The girl at the check out said she'd never seen anyone save that much. I'm looking forward to about a month from now when I have more cupons and can get in on more of the deals around town. “Jenny worked for me” lol

    • traci

      Great trip to Publix today :) Stocked up on snacks for a while with the great deals on Cheez it's & cookies. So glad to see the TGIF Fridays wings & quesadillas BOGO, they are a great dinner solution for those hectic days. Overall I spent 37.00 but saved 96.48. WhooHooo! I had to hide some of the cookies for later use so the hubbies and kids don't overload on sugar. Thanks Southern Savers!!!!

    • mom2three

      Check out the Walgreens coupon book to help add to your savings at Publix this week, 1$/2 for Cheezits and the Keebler cookies that are both B1G1 this week at Publix. Also, Glad coupon for 2$/2 combined with manufacturer's coupon and they are so cheap!

    • mom2three

      My Publix takes competitor coupons so I used the Dollar General $5 off $25 purchase as well as Walgreens coupons from the Walgreens coupon book this week for extra added savings on Cheezits, Keebler cookies, Lipton green tea and Glade candles and scented oil refills. Great deals when combined with manufacturer's coupons!

    • Alabama Shopper

      My publix in Alabama has fruit 2 day on sale b1g1. They are regular 2.99 or 1.50 per 2pack. Use either coupon below to get them for 50 cents!

      -$1 off Fruit2Day Product, 2 pk printable
      -$1 off Fruit2day product printable

    • Elizabeth

      Not a great week for our family, but a total of $7.26 in overages from the Phazyme, Sominex and Vivarin will make for some really cheap milk, produce and toothbrushes. That's my whole list right now. lol Trying to get to $15 so I can use a $3/15 CVS coupon. I'm sure the overage products alone get me there.

    • Jennifer

      I did my first coupon shop last night and I think I did pretty well. I did find out that the Publix in Birmingham, AL on Hwy 31 in Vestavia will not take Target coupons because there is not a target close to that particular Publix, not sure about the one that is in Hoover.

      I told the cashier upfront I had coupons and had them in some sort of order. She wanted them first, but rang everything up and then ran all my coupons. I went back on my receipt to “match” them with the item as best I could to make sure I used them correctly. I get confused about some of the mfg.Q and what is allowed when you use two. I had $2.00 I could not “match” back, which was ok since it was in my favor ;) I did have some that had “multiplied coupon”. What does that mean?

      Thanks for all the help!

      • Lewattsmag

        That probably means it was doubled. Most Publix stores will double coupons valued at .50 or less.

        • Jennifer

          Ohhhh, thanks! That is good to know.

          If you use 2 different mfg.Q on a b1g1, and both are for $1.00 off, does Publix give you $2.00 off for the two items or $1.50 since its not a store Q matched with a mfg.Q? Seems like I read somewhere that they only give you face value for one and up to .50 on the second. It looks like they gave me 1.00 off, per coupon.

          Hope that makes sense, I have almost confused myself … I should have added up all my coupons before I left, but didnt think about it.

      • gardengirl

        Welcome to couponing!

        • Jennifer

          Thanks! This will be great if I ever get it down and match them all up right! lol

      • Natbham

        Welcome to couponing, Jennifer! I've been doing it for a few weeks now and it's addictive :) Jenny's site is the best and you'll learn a lot from all the others too. BTW…the Publix in Hoover on Hwy 150 does take Target coupons. Have fun!

        • Jennifer

          Thanks! Good to know. I am going to go back through and see if there is anything I missed.

      • amber

        Jennifer, try to Publix closer to the Galleria ( a little further down Hwy31). They consider Target a competitor, even though the one you went to does not. Strange I know since they are only about a mile away from each other!!!

        The Publix stores doubles coupons up to $0.50 so any coupons you used that were less than 0.50 were a “multiplied coupon”. Hope that helps! :)

        • Jennifer

          Thanks! Are you talking about the new one on 31 that used to be a Western or the one on 150? I think there is a new target superstore on 150. That's probably why they take them. Its not that far, all 3 of them are actually pretty close to me. I just know the layout in the one in Vestavia. I am going to go back through my coupons and see if I missed anything.

    • Mtunell2

      Publix has Glade on sale this week and the best coupon i have found is on a display (tearpad) at Lowe's and/or Home Depot. The coupon is $3.00 off 3, that makes it $1.00 each.

      • Kcrewfive

        I found those same coupons on a tearpad in our Publix

    • Nan

      Exploring the coupon option in SW FL and looked twice in SS and coupons were no where to be found. Also, the coupon printer won't install on my computer.

      • I am near Sarasota and find this happening all the time. So far I haven't been successful in finding a site that can give me my exact coupons (for that weeks inserts), so I am having to modify the way I organize/file them than the basic put a date on it and file….

    • Beth Anne

      Not a great Publix week for me. Probably a good thing since I don't have a lot of room left in my pantry. I will be going in for some Salad Mix, Butter Cake and, possibly some DelMonte tomatoes (if that coupons works, seems it was specifically for something different).

      I hope everyone else finds some FABulous deals at Publix this week. Looking forward to a good ad for me next week.

    • Gettobobs

      DONT FORGET MONEY MAKERS—the Vivarin (caffine pills), Sominex (sleep aid) and Phazyme (Gas aid) all give you over $2 overage each…. that is all free plus $6 OVERAGE if you buy two of each item!!! I had no problem printing two of the $2 off coupons from the website and got three of the coupons from the Green Advantage ad. I ended up with 6 boxes of stuff plus three bags of chips I needed and owed $1.95. (you have to pay tax)…my order total was -.19!!! Wow. So, you need free milk, eggs, milk or something…here is a free $6 to do so, plus you can donate the items if you dont need them!!

    • Robinbray

      Not sure if this has been posted, but if you go to the Nexcare website they have a PDF for $1 off any product.

      • macboy

        Yep. My publix didn't have the bandages though. :-(

        • Melanieplynch

          My Publix didn't have them either. I asked a lady and she said they just decided to stop carrying them. I'm going to try another Publix.

    • Godlymom71

      Hey, I'm a little confused about list of sale items. For example if an item is on sale for $1 and there is a MQ for 50 cents; how can the item be free? Unless it is doubled which my publix does not. Can someone help?

      • macboy

        The blogger is in a coupon doubling state, hence the prices.

      • Take her pricing with a grain of salt, as she lives in the land of double coupons and it seems that you do not. I do not either, but if you live in FL, we have TRUE BOGO. We buy1 and get one for FREE and we can use a coupon on EACH item!!

    • Ilovewdw

      Pretty good week for me. I didn't have the right coupons for the moneymakers (just starting my coupon collection) but I saved 48 and spent 50. The Milano cookies were not part of the BOGO…but Ritz were an unadvertised BOGO (and I had my small organizer with the loose unmatched printable qs). The Cheezits I got had a sticky coupon ($1/ 2) stuck to them and they were BOGO.

      • There is a link posted for the coupons for those OTC moneymakers (Phazyme, Vivarin, etc ) You can print 2 of each per computer.

    • Sicia0727

      Snow Crab Clusters are $6.99/lb

      • Lorinbob

        They are $5.99 by me in South Florida.

    • Mzlinzy

      Had a great time at Publix today! Saved $108! Guy in line behind me started huffing and puffing when I pulled out my coupons. He shut up and gasped when my total was reduced by $108! An unexpected find: in a bin they had some Crest toothpaste with a bonus tube of 3D Crest toothpaste PLUS $10 in coupons and…I had a coupon for this Crest toothpaste too! I think Publix just moved to the top of my list for preferred grocery stores!

    • Cheryl

      how do i actually get started? I went to the class last night but i am still a little confused. I have no coupons are anything. what is a girl to do? help? I will probably use Publix.

      • atlantasmartshopper

        Hey Cheryl – start small. Just print a few coupons for a couple items you think you can use. What helped me once I signed up for the Sunday paper I put them in plastic sleeves by date so when u want to find a certain coupon u just go to the specific paper and coupon book (RedPlum or SmartSource etc) We all started there – I used to go to WalMart and think I was saving…I now pay about half for groceries and buy more stuff I want.

      • Start Small! Go to Jenny's link at teh top of teh page and skim through the printable coupons available. Print the ones you think you will use. Also make SURE to start getting your Sunday newspaper. Even if you aren't able to use any out of this week's paper this week, the Q's will match up with upcoming sales. I'm not sure about other areas, but my Dollar Tree has our local paper for $1 instead of the $1.50 regular price.

    • Jennifer

      If you have a store Q for buy 3 for X off, can you use a mfg Q, & competitor Q also, as long as you have the same number or coupons for the same qty. of items the Q calls for? and …. Can you have 2 different mfg. coupons for 2 different items or does it have to be a store Q & mfg Q? I am a little confused at how many coupons you can use per item, then there are the dollar general Q for $5 off/ on $25 purchase, which would actually be 4 coupons or does that count differently?

      I know, I make things harder than they have to be …lol I just want to make sure I am doing it correctly.

      • guest

        the general rule as I've understood it is one manuf. q and one store q per item purchased. And same goes for $X.XX off 2 or 3 or 4 items. One manuf & one store per amount of items purchased. A manuf. q is a manuf. q regardless of where it comes from so you can only use one per item/sets of items purchased. You have to check the store you shop it to see how they handle competitors q's. Most stores treat them as store coupons but there are some stores that don't. I don't understand your question about $ General Q. Those count a little bit differently because those apply to the purchase price, not items purchased. If that makes sense. The Publix that I shop at will allow me to use multiple of these coupons as long as they come from different stores and I purchase the amount required. For instance, on a $200 purchase before coupons I can use one Publix $10 off a $50 purchase, one Aldi $5.00 off a $30.00 purchase and an Albertsons $5.00 off a $50 purchase. But I always make sure to ask or offer to split the transaction Check with your local store to see if you can do this. And always, if you are at the store and have questions or get confused ask customer service or a manager. I have found that they are happy to help especially considering you are trying to be honest and use the coupons correctly.

    • Tara_allen

      Getting concerned about coupon overuse in my area…..I had a manager come over because of a discrepancy with a $1/2 mq (my fault), but he told me that they are starting to change the way they handle q's and the amounts allowed. YIKES! What does that mean? No more stacking? A limited number per customer? I just hope it was said in the hopes of discouraging me and not out of a serious pursuit. (This was in Sarasota, FL on Fruitville Rd.)

      • guest

        I've actually had employees at Publix tell me that a few times but it was mainly things like they (the store I shop at) are not taking internet coupons on “free” items and that they are starting to crack down. But it seems that they are just scrutinizing things a little bit more. For instance, making sure the coupons match what you are buying or you are using the right amounts. So far I haven't seen them stopping the stacking or anything like that. They are just being more careful. Oddly enough, the last few weeks I've had a few people tell me that they use coupons for the wrong items and they love getting the younger cashiers that don't know any better and take them anyway. So it seems like it's more of making sure they are being used right and not accepting possible fraudulent coupons more than anything.

        • E.S.

          People who abuse coupons and use them on products they are not intended for are only hurting themselves. yes, they may get away with it but those folks are the ones who are causing the scrutiny. I have no problem with them cracking down on coupons and taking extra time to look over them and make sure they aren't copies or being used incorrectly. If you are couponing the right way, and only purchasing the products that the coupons are intended for, then you should have a problem. Seems like the people who run into problems at Publix aren't doing it right in the first place.

    • macboy


      Go to your trash can and get your Friday paper. There is a $3/$30 coupon on the bottom of the sports section of the Orlando Sentinel.

      • Soniamann70

        Man I could have used that yesterday!! Thanks for the heads up!

    • Donna

      My Publix had 2 of those coupon dispensers by the Pillsbury refrigerated goodies (sweet rolls, crescent rolls, etc). One was giving out $1/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls, Grand Sweet Rolls, or Refrigerated Pie Crust and the other had $1.25/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough (any variety).

      Just a heads up to look for those – even if you don't use them in Publix now (they're not on sale). They don't expire till 12/5! :)

    • Hollyzabka

      Im not finding the Cheezit coupon in 9/10 RP? Or the printable… Anyone know where to find it?

    • Carpenter_allan

      The Betty Crocker BOGO for fruit chews that are on sale do not seem to match any of the coupons from past newspapers or what is linked here. Please advise.

      • 3monkeysmom

        The .50/2 that was in the newspaper is a match…it doesn't specify a size but says “any flavor/variety.”

    • Terra

      Anyone know if the Publix in Albany, GA doubles coupons?

      • Tigress1321

        they should usually it is just the florida ones that don 't

    • Tandaand4

      I took my Albertsons ad to Publix to get the 1.98 a pound boneless, skinless chicken breast to be told that they don't price match competors prices only their coupons…is this right? or did I just get the one who won't match? Valrico, FL publix on the corner of Lithia Pinecrest and Bloomingdale rds

      • Camachocoupons

        Yes, that's right, as far as what I've been told. They only match coupons, not sales or prices. Although I have seen Target publicize that they will match prices.

      • guest

        I have been told the same thing. You should be able to use Albertsons meat coupons at Publix though. The general meat coupons (i.e. Center Cut Pork Chops) not the ones that can be construed as Albertsons brand meat (i.e. Angus London Broil, or a meat that only Albertsons carries).

      • Tigress1321

        Publix does not price match ad's they will only except competitor coupons. Food lion matches competitor prices.

    • Tellup36

      Does the new Publix in Dothan, alabama double coupons ?

      • They should since Dothan is not in one of the usual areas that don't double but it would be best to call teh store directly to confirm that.

      • Angela

        They do not, unfortunately. They are based out of the Florida division.

    • Krhardesty

      The Publix stores in my area (Harbison Blvd., Columbia, SC) do not have the same Advantage Buy flyers that Jenny has listed. Also, they don't honor the Advantage Buy prices.

    • Jpotter6975

      At our Publix (Greenville, SC) the BOGO Nestle tollhouse cookies – the caramel & chocolate filled kind which are really good – had a save $1 on 1 coupon stuck on the package! Don't have to work at all to save on this one!

    • L S

      The $1.50 off any Benedryl q says no more prints, but you can print a couple of others at this link: http://www.benadryl.com/#/Coupons/ts

    • L S

      The $1.50 off any Benedryl q says no more prints, but you can print a couple of others at this link: http://www.benadryl.com/#/Coupons/ts

    • coupongranny

      In Sunday's paper (10/24), Smart Source has a great coupon for Bird's Eye Steamfresh veggies. It's buy one get one free and Publix is having a 50% off on Bird's Eye Steamfresh veggies.


      If you use the same link as the Cheez Its, there is a coupon for $1.00 off wyb 2 Keebler Cookies.

    • April

      I have made my list and clicked on match up the coupons, but the coupons didn't print. I'm confused… did i do something wrong?

      • Jlward79

        The way mine is set up the coupon match up is already selected & if i click on it the check mark goes away and coupon match up won;t print. Make sure the box is checked before printing.

      • Val

        You have to print the coupons out individually. Some of the coupons have links, others come from newspaper inserts or magazines. Checking the “include coupon matchup” just creates your list of items along with the coupon options.

      • Melanieplynch

        I had that same question when I started using this site. It takes a bit to get familiar with everything. The Couponing 101 links really helped. Like the person before me said (Val), when you click on the “coupon matchups” link, it only gives you a list of all the options that are out there…not the actual coupons themselves. You need to go to the weekly ad posting and click on each link if you want the coupon. If you see RP or SS with a date following, that refers to a coupon that came in the Sunday paper (RP = Red Plum and SS = Smart Source).

    • Hesperides

      The Healthy Choice coupon in the Tennessean was Buy a Healthy Choice Steamer, get a Healthy Choice soup FREE!!! And I had the Oct. All You, so…. I got 2 Steamers and 2 soups for $4! All in all, I spent $40 and saved $45 – which is good considering we're picky about our foods :)

      • ashley

        when was that coupon in the paper? the buy a healthy choice steamer get a healthy choice soup free…we like both of these but im not sure when you meant that the coupon was in the paper. Thanks!

    • Taylor

      I am new to using coupons but I am learning so much from Southern Savers, Jenny, and from all of your posts! I just had a question about doubling, I am not exactly sure what that means. I also had a question about the weekly ads and where you can make your grocery list, I see that their are printables linked to the manufacturers site but am having trouble finding the actual coupon. Thank you so much for your help!

      • Danyeln

        Doubling at Publix means that if your store does it then any Q you have for %0 cents or less will be worth double what the face value is. You have a 50 cent off Q then you get $1 off. But not all areas double.

        To make you rlist, check the box next to the products you want and when you get to the bottom of the list click on “Create List”. It will open in a new wndow with links to any printable Qs plus the list of insert Q's that Jenny has matched.

        Usually Jenny links right to the correct page on a manufacturers site, sometimes you need to register in order to get Qs from them. Try scrolling around, they are usually labeled as either savings or promotions.

        Hope this helps and Good Luck saving!

    • Turch25

      Will stores still accept coupons that are past expiration date?

      • Guest

        Depends on the store you are talking about and even then I believe it's a store by store basis. The Publix I shop at will take their coupons past the expiration date “within reason”…..a few weeks to a month yes, a year or ore no. But there are Publix stores in my local area that won't take expired coupons.

    • guest

      There is also a $1/10 Publix Baby Club Q for the Earth's Best Baby Foods

    • Tbeck79

      No Arnold coupon in my SS 10/03…can't find it on the variations either, is that the correct one??

      • ashley

        Im having the same problem…there isnt even one worth a different amount in mine. its just not there at all…im wondering if maybe the wrong date was put up there?

    • gracie1

      My publix was putting out new packages of Nestles cookie dough (ultimates with chocolate filling) and each package had a $1 peelie, net cost 44 cents each.

    • Jvorburger

      Found a $2 off/per bag of Nestle (Wonka) candy on the Betty Crocker site – http://www.bettycrocker.com/coupons-promotions/coupons/coupons…yah! Saved $129 last week at Publix…both the cashier and the bagger couldn’t believe it.

    • Kim

      I don't really know where to post this, but I need help! I recently moved to Hartwell, GA and I have no idea what newspaper to subscribe to or where to buy one in order to get coupons. Anyone have any idea??

      • cber

        Check with the Atlanta Journal Constitution. I live in the Atlanta area, and get fabulous coupons in the Sunday edition. Not sure what you would get out there, though.

        • Kim

          Thanks everyone! No, there is not a lot out here at all! No papers at Walmart and we don't have a Kroger :( I will have to remember to get a newspaper when I visit family on the weekends.

      • Cat62785

        We live near Atlanta and we buy the AJC every Sunday morning on the way to Church. I honestly don't know where Harwell is – but we get the AJC at any gas station or Walmart or Kroger… But I get my best deals with the internet coupons. I hope that helps a little… :-/

      • Tigress1321

        My aunt lives there (sorry much much around there) she does not have access other than me to the AJC I think the best paper she gets is the athens paper.

    • Marina115

      Publix coupons don't normally beep so even if you gave the cashier a random coupon it would still go through. That said, you should only use the coupon for the item it's specified. I don't want to be mean but bodywash is bodywash not bar soap. People using the wrong coupons on purpose make the cashiers more hostile towards coupon users in general. Just sayin….