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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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These deals start Wednesday 6/02 or Thursday 6/03 at Publix. It’s a fairly good ad with a number of items under $1. If you see any other deals or coupons leave a comment below.shoppinglist1

Coupon Policy

1. You do not have to buy 2 of the B1G1 items to get the sale price *
2. If you do buy 2 items that are B1G1 make sure you use 2 coupons to get the best deal
3. Publix accepts competitors coupons (you can stack with a manufacturers coupon)
4. You can use a store coupon and a manufacturer’s coupon on the same item
5. Most Publix locations double manufacturer coupons that are.50¢ or less *

**Does not apply to Florida stores**

Buy One Get One Deals

  • Publix Deli Oven Roasted Turkey Breast, 12 oz. pk., at $5.39
  • Kellogg’s Cereal, 12-16.5 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Corn Pops, Apple Jacks, Rice Krispies, or Honey Smacks,
    -$1.50/3 Kellogg’s Cereals, 10 oz.+, RP 5/23
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Cereal, printable or printable or printable (makes it $1.49)
  • Post Cereal, Selects or Great Grains, 13-16 oz., or Trail Mix Crunch, 17 oz., at $4.17 ($2.08)
    -$1/2 Post Cereals, SS 5/16 or printable (mfr. coupon) (makes it $1.58)
    -$1 off Post Cereals, 13-32 oz., Flip, Clip, Save (Target Coupon)
    -$10 Mail in Rebate wyb $30 in Kraft Products (makes it 58¢ if your store accepts Target Coupons)
  • Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, 13.5-14.7 oz., at $3.19 ($1.59)
    -$1.50/3 Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, 8 ct.+, Coupon On Product
    -$1.50 off (1) Gallon of Milk wyb Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, (2) 12 ct.+, Coupon on Products
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Pop-Tarts, 8 ct.+, Coupon on Products
    -$1/2 Kellogg’s Pop Tarts, 8 ct.+, In Store Dispenser (makes it 99¢)
  • Simply Potatoes, 20 oz., at $2.50 ($1.25)
  • I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter!, 15 oz. or Spray, 8 oz., at $2.89 ($1.45)
    -.75/2 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter Products, RP 4/25 (Target Coupon)
    -.75/2 I Can’t Believe It’s not products printable
  • Thomas English Muffins, 11-13 oz. pk., at $3.29 ($1.64)
  • Entenmann’s Donuts, 8 ct. 16 or 17 oz., at $4.29 ($2.14)
  • Hebrew National Kosher All Beef Franks, 11 or 12 oz. pk., at $4.99 ($2.99)
    -.75/1 Hebrew National Beef Franks SS 5/23 (makes it $2.24)
    -$1.50/2 Hebrew National Franks and Pepperidge Farms buns, coupon on select packages
    -$1/2 Hebrew National Beef Franks, June All You Magazine
  • Barber Foods Stuffed Chicken Breasts, 8 or 10 oz. pk., $4.99 ($2.49)
    -$1 off Barber Foods Chicken Products, printable or printable (makes it $1.49)
  • Publix Salad Blend, 5-12 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
  • Quaker Natural Granola, 28 oz., at $5.29 ($2.64)
  • Krusteaz or Sun-Maid Cake, Bar or Cookie Mix, 18 or 18.25 oz., at $2.69 ($1.34)
  • Kraft South Beach Bars, Planters or Nabisco 100 Calorie Bars, 5.52-8.1 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -$1 off Planters Nut-rition Bars SS 4/11, 4/25 (if included) (makes it 49¢)
    -$10 Mail in Rebate wyb $30 in Kraft Products
  • Lipton Tea Bags, 100 ct., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    -.40/1 Lipton Tea Bags, Lipton To Go or any Lipton Iced Tea Mix RP 5/23 (makes it $1.19)
  • Juicy Juice All Natural 100% Juice, 8 pk. 6.75 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -$1/2 Juicy Juice School Days Made Simple Booklet (from last summer)
  • College Inn Broth, 32 oz. ctn., at $2.49 ($1.24)
    -$1 off College Inn Broth printable *zip 19477 (makes it 24¢)
  • Crystal Light, On the Go Mix, Iced or Green Tea or Lemonade, 8 qt. or 7 or 10 ct., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -.50/2 Crystal Light Powdered Beverage, 8 qt., Tearpad (makes it 99¢)
    -$10 Mail in Rebate wyb $30 in Kraft Products
  • Planters Trail Mix, Nut & Chocolate Mix Snack Packs or Energy Mix; or Daybreak Blend, 7.5 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -$1/2 Planters Trail Mix Or Daybreak Blends Bags, 4 oz.+, Tearpad (makes it 99¢)
    -$10 Mail in Rebate wyb $30 in Kraft Products
  • Taco Bell Home Originals Dinner, 10.75-16.35 oz., at $2.69 ($1.34)
    -$1/2 Taco Bell Home Originals products printable (makes it 84¢)
    -$1/3 Taco Bell Home Originals Shells, Sauces and Seasoning June All You Magazine
    -$10 Mail in Rebate wyb $30 in Kraft Products
  • Valley Fresh White Chicken, 12.5 oz., at $3.49 ($1.64)
    -.75/3 Valley Fresh Chicken, 10-12 oz. coupon on select cans
  • Bumble Bee Prime Fillet Gourmet Tuna, 4 pk. 5 oz., at $7.49 ($3.74)
  • Peter Pan Peanut Butter, 40 oz., at $5.17 ($2.58)
    -$1/2 Peter Pan Peanut Butter, June All You, Magazine (version bought in Walmart) (makes it $2.08)
    -$1/3 Peter Pan Peanut Butter Summertime Savings (store coupon)
    -$10 Rebate wyb $20 in ConAgra & Gatorade or Aquafina Form in Summertime Savings Booklet
  • Stubb’s BBQ Sauce, 18 oz., or Marinade or Moppin’ Sauce, 12 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    -.55/1 Stubb’s product, coupon on select bottles
  • Hunt’s Tomato Ketchup, 13.5 oz., at $1.39 (69¢)
    -.20/1 Hunt’s Ketchup, SS 5/16 (makes it 29¢)
  • Nabisco Ritz Crackers, Munchables, 12.25-16 oz., or Fudge Covered Ritz, 7.5 oz., at $3.79 ($1.89)
    -$1/2 Nabisco Crackers, SS 5/16 (makes it $1.39)
    -$1/2 off Nabisco Crackers,
    $55 Savings Booklet (from last summer)
    -$1 off Ritz Munchables any size Kraft Food & Family Mag. Summer ’10 (makes it 89¢)
    -$10 Mail in Rebate wyb $30 in Kraft Products
  • Wise Potato Chips, 9.75-10 oz., at $3.79 ($1.89)
    -.50/1 Wise Potato Chips printable (makes it 89¢)
  • Publix Microwave Popcorn, 6 ct. 16-20 oz., $3.59 ($1.79)
  • Nestle Assorted Chocolate Fun Size Bags or Miniatures, 11-12.5 oz., at $3.59 ($1.79)
  • Tostitos Salsa, 15.5 oz., at $3.19 ($1.59)
    Free Tostitos Salsa, 15 oz., wyb (2) Tostitos Tortilla Chips, 9 oz.+, Tearpad
    -$1 off Tostitos Cheese Dip or Salsa printable (Food Lion coupon) (makes it 59¢)
  • Yoplait YoPlus Yogurt, 4 pk. 4 oz., at $2.50 ($1.25)
    -$1 off Yoplait YoPlus 4 pk., SS 4/18 or printable or printable (makes it 25¢)
  • Reddi Wip Whipped Light Cream, 14 oz., at $4.29 ($2.14)
    -$1 off Reddi-Wip product, 6.5 oz.+, June All You Magazine (makes it $1.14)
  • Breakstone’s Cottage Cheese Doubles, 5.5 oz cup, at 99¢ (49¢)
  • Marie Callender’s Dinners, 10-21 oz., at $3.49 ($1.74)
    -$1/2 off Marie Callender’s Entree June All You Magazine (version bought in Walmart)
    -$2/6 Marie Callender’s Dinners or Pot Pies Summertime Savings Guide (store coupon)
    -$10 Rebate wyb $20 in ConAgra & Gatorade or Aquafina Form in Summertime Savings Booklet
    (as low as 91¢ after coupons)
  • SuperPretzel Baked Soft Pretzel, 6 ct. 13 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
    -.50/1 Superpretzel Soft Pretzel RP 5/02 (makes it 49¢)
  • Breyers Ice Cream, 48 oz. ctn., at $4.99 ($2.49)
    -.75/1 Breyers Ice Cream, 1.5 qt., Flip, Clip, Save (Target Coupon) (makes it $1.74)
  • PhillySwirl Frozen Treats, 17.5-24 oz., at $2.99 ($1.49)
  • Healthy Choice Premium Bars or Sandwiches, 15 or 24 oz. ctn., at $3.99 ($1.99)
  • Stouffer’s Easy Express Skillet Meals, 23-24 oz., at $4.99 ($2.49)
    -$1 off Stouffer’s Easy Express Meals printable (makes it $1.49)
  • Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers Vegetables, 12 oz., at $2.39 ($1.19)
    -.50/1 Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers printable (makes it 19¢)
  • SeaPak Shrimp Co. Shrimp, 8-28 oz., at $7.59 ($3.79)
  • Egg Beaters, 15 or 16 oz., at $2.79 ($1.39)
    -$1 off Egg Beaters, Tearpad
    -$1 off Egg Beaters, 15 oz.+, June All You Magazine (makes it 39¢)
    -$10 Rebate wyb $20 in ConAgra & Gatorade or Aquafina Form in Summertime Savings Booklet
  • Purina ONE Cat Food, 3.3-3.5 lb., at $6.99 ($3.49)
    -$3/2 Purina ONE Dry Cat Food, 3.5 lbs.+, Home Mailer (Kroger Coupon)
    (makes it $1.99 ea.)
  • Purina Beggin’ Strips Dog Snacks, 5-6 oz. pk., at $3.00 ($1.50)
    -$1.50/2 Purina Dog Snacks SS 5/16 (makes it 75¢)
    -$1 off Purina Beggin’ Canadian Cuts Dog Snack, 5 oz., or Beggin’ Dog Snack, SS 5/02
    B1G1 Beggin’ Strips on select products
  • Glass Plus Glass & Multi-Surface Cleaner, 32 oz., at $2.49 ($1.24)
    -$1 off Glass Plus Cleaner printable (makes it 24¢)
  • Dial Body Wash or Tone Body Wash, 16 or 18 oz., at $3.99 ($1.99)
    -$1 off Dial for Men Body Wash RP 5/16 (makes it 99¢)
    -$1/2 Dial Body Washes RP 5/16
    -$1 off Dial Nutriskin printable(if included)
    -$1.50/2 Dial Men’s Body Wash printable
  • Publix Twin Blade Razors, 12 ct. pk., at $3.99 ($1.99)

Other Deals


  • Blueberries, 1 pint $2.99
  • Cheeries $2.99 lb.
  • Seedless Watermelon $4.99
  • Sunkist Navel Oranges 99¢ lb.
  • Vine Ripened Tomatoes $1.29 lb.
  • Organic Tomatoes on the Vine $1.99
  • Sweet Vidalia Onions 99¢ lb.
  • Russet Potatoes 5 lb bag $2.49


  • Top Round London Broil $2.99 lb.
  • Bottom Round Roast $2.69 lb.
  • Ground Sirloin $3.69 lb.
  • Large White Shrimp 31/35 ct. $5.99 lb.
  • Fresh Catfish Fillets $4.99 lb.
  • Oscar Mayer Deli Shaved Meats, 7-9 oz., $3.00
    -$1/2 Oscar Mayer Lunchmeats SS 5/16
    -$1 off Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh printable (makes it $2)
  • Oscar Mayer Sliced Bacon 12 oz., $3.00
  • Jimmy Dean Breakfast Sausage 2.2-16 oz, $2.50
    Rolls, Links, Patties, or Fully Cooked Bacon
    -$1 off Jimmy Dean Fully Cooked Sausage RP 4/11
    -$1/2 Jimmy Dean Sausage Rolls RP 3/28
    -$1 off any Jimmy Dean product printable (makes it $1.50)
  • Banquet Brown & Serve Links or Patties 6.4-7 oz., $1.00
  • Hormel Fully Cooked Entrees, 17 oz., $4.99
    -.75/1 Hormel Refrigerated Entree June All You Magazine
    -$1 off Hormel Entree RP 5/09 (regional) (makes it $3.99)
  • Tyson Chicken Nuggets, Tenders or Patties 20.5-29 oz., $4.99
    -$1 off Tyson Frozen Breaded Chicken, SS 4/25 (makes it $3.99)


  • Kraft Shredded Cheese 5.8-8 oz., $2.00
    -$1/2 Kraft Cheese in store dispenser (exp 6/06) (makes it $1.50)
    -$10 Mail in Rebate wyb $30 in Kraft Products
  • Eggland’s Best Large Eggs 12 ct., $2.00
    -.35/1 Egglands Best Eggs SS 1/17, 3/14, 5/02
    -.50/1 Egglands Best Eggs June Good Houskeeping Magazine (makes it $1)
    -.50/1 Egglands Best Eggs May Women’s Day or Family Circle Mags
  • Organic Valley Milk, half gallon, $3.50
    -.75/2 Organic Valley Milk printable (makes it $3.12)
  • Pillsbury Rolls, Squares, or Italian Breads 8-13.9 oz., $1.66
    -.40/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Rolls SS 03/28
    -.40/2 Pillsbury Italian Meal Breads SS 3/28 or printable
    -.40/2 Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls SS 3/28 (makes it $1.26)
    -.40/2 Pillsbury Sweet Rolls or Grands Sweet Rolls printable
    -.75/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Goods in store dispenser
    -$1/3 Pillsbury Refrigerated Goods printable
  • Bob Evans Mashed Potatoes or Mac & Cheese, 20-24 oz., $3.00
    -.75/2 Bob Evans Refrigerated Side Dishes SS 5/16
    -.50/1 Bob Evans Sides printable (makes it $2)
  • Jell-O Snacks 6 pk $2.00
    -.50/1 Jell-o Sugar Free Snacks Kraft Food & Family Mag. Summer ’10 (makes it $1)
    -.60/1 Jell-O Gelatin or Pudding Snacks 6 pk in store dispenser
    -$1 off Jell-O People Magazine April 10
  • Coffee-Mate Creamer 32 oz., $2.50
    -.75/1 Coffee-Mate Creamer any printable
    -.50/1 Coffee-mate Liquid SS 5/02
    (Buy 3, use B2G1 and (2) .50/1 to make it $1 ea.)


  • Stouffer’s Family Size Entree 28-40 oz., $3.99
    -$1 off Stouffer’s family size meal
    -$1 off Stouffer’s family size entree April Good Housekeeping Mag
    -$1 off Stouffer’s family size entree April All You Mag
    (makes it $2.99)
  • Publix Frozen Vegetables 12 oz. bag, 99¢
  • Pillsbury Toaster Strudel or Pancakes, $1.66
    -.55/2 Pillsbury Toaster Strudel Pastries SS 5/16 (makes it $1.38)
  • Edy’s Slow Churned Ice Cream or Frozen Yogurt 5.8-6 oz. cup, $1.00
  • The Skinny Cow Ice Cream 5.8-6 oz. cup, $1.00
  • Haagen-Dazs Ice Cream 3.6 oz., $1.00
  • Publix Whipped Topping 8 oz. bowl, 99¢
  • Healthy Choice Entrees 8-12.3 oz., $2.00
    -$1/2 Healthy Choice Meals“Rediscover Your Balance” booklet or printable

    -$1/2 Healty Choice Steamers April All You Magazine (makes it $1.50)
    -$10 Rebate wyb $20 in ConAgra Form in Summertime Savings Booklet
  • Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls on Entrees, 7.5-8.55 oz., $2.00
    -.75/1 Jimmy Dean Breakfast Bowls RP 5/02

    -.55/1 Jimmy Dean D-Lights Bowls RP 4/11
    -$1 off Jimmy Dean D-Lights Sandwich RP 4/11 (makes it $1)
  • Tai Pei Entrees 12-14.2 $2.50
  • Red Baron Pan Pizza or Pasta 26.2-30 oz., $5.00
    -$1 off Red Baron Pan Pizza SS 4/25 (makes it $4)
    -$2 off Red Baron Pan Pizza AND 1 Pan Pasta Publix Summer Savings Coupon Booklet


  • Aunt Jemima Pancake or Waffle Mix 32-35 oz., $2.00
    -$1/2 Aunt Jemima Mix or Syrup 24 oz + RP 5/02 (makes it $1.50)
  • Knorr Sides, Pasta or Rice, 4-6.4 oz 69¢
    -.60/2 Knorr Rice and Pasta Sides, RP 5/23 (makes it 39¢)
    -$1/3 Knorr Rice and Pasta Side Dishes, RP 5/23
  • Del Monte Fruit Cup 4pk or Chillers 8ct., $1.79
    -$1 off DelMonte Fruit Chillers RP 4/18 or printable (makes it 79¢)
    -.55/1 DelMonte Fruit Chillers in-store dispenser
    -$1.50/2 Del Monte Chillers Cups or Tubes RP 4/18
    -$1.50/2 Del Monte No Sugar Added fruit cup 4pk. RP 4/11
  • Pepperidge Farm Swirl Bread 16 oz., $2.50
    -$1/2 Pepperidge Farm Swirl Bread, Bagels, or English Muffins, SS 4/25 (makes it $2)
  • Nature Valley Granola Bars 5-8.94 oz., $2.00
    -.40/1 Nature Valley Granola Bars, box SS 4/18
    or printable (makes it $1.20)
    -.75/2 Nature Valley Bars SS 5/31

    Free Yoplait Yogurt wyb (1) Nature Valley Granola Bars on select products
    -.50/1 Nature Valley Granola Bars printable
  • Bertolli Pasta Sauce 15-25.4 oz., jar $2.00
    -$1/2 Bertolli Pasta Sauces 15 oz + printable (makes it $1.50)
  • Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice 8.5-8.8 oz., $1.33
    -$1/2 Uncle Ben’s Ready Rice RP 5/16 (makes it 83¢)
    -.75/2 Uncle Ben’s products printable
  • Campbell’s Chunky Soup, can or bowl, $1.50
    -$1/2 Campbell’s Chunky Soup printable (makes it $1)
  • Publix Chocolate Syrup 24 oz., $1.33
  • Texas Toast Croutons
    -.50/1 Texas Toast Croutons June All You Magazine
    -.50/1 Texas Toast Croutons SS 03/21/10
    -.55/1 Texas Toast Croutons SS 5/16
  • Frito Lay Variety Pack 18-22 oz., $5.99
    -$1 off Frito-Lay Variety Pack 20-22 ct SS 5/16 (makes it $4.99)
  • Tostitos Chips 9-13 oz., $3.00
    Free Tostitos Salsa, 15 oz., wyb (2) Tostitos Tortilla Chips, 9 oz.+, Tearpad
    (salsa is B1G1 this week!)
  • Lance Crackers, Cookies or Wafers 6-14 oz., $2.00
    -$1/2 Lance Sandwich Crackers or Cookies 8 pk + SS 5/16
    -$1/2 Lance Sandwich Crackers Homepacks 8 ct Summer Savings Coupon Booklet
    -$1 off Lance Crackers printable (makes it $1)


  • Coca Cola Products 6 pk 16.9 oz. bottles, B2G1 Free
  • 7 UP, A&W, or Diet Rite 12 pk cans 3 for $10
    Buy 3, Get 1 Free (makes it $2.50 ea.)
  • Folgers Coffee, 27.8-33.9 oz., $5.99
    -.25/1 Folgers product 7 oz.+ RP 5/23 (makes it $5.49)
    -$1/2 Folgers product 7 oz.+ RP 5/23
  • Dunkin’ Donuts Coffee, 11-12 oz., $5.99
  • Starbucks Frappuccino 4 pk $4.99
    -$1 off Starbucks Frappuccino Coffee Drinks 4 pack SS 5/02 or printable (makes it $3.99)
  • Carnation Instant Breakfast Powder 5.64-12.6 oz., $3.99
    -$3/2 Carnation Instant Breakfast Essentials printable (makes it $2.49)
  • Gatorade Thirst Quencher or G2 8 pk 20 oz bottles $5.00
    -$2 off Gatorade 20 oz Multi-pack Summertime Savings Guide (store coupon) (makes it $3)
    -$10 Rebate wyb $20 in ConAgra & Gatorade Form in Summertime Savings Booklet
  • Aquafina Water 24 pk 16.9 oz. bottles $3.99
    -$10 Rebate wyb $20 in ConAgra & Aquafina Form in Summertime Savings Booklet


  • Publix 2X Ultra Laundry Detergent $2.50
  • Clorox Bleach 82-96 oz., $1.66
    -.25/1 Clorox Bleach RP 6/06
  • Finish Quantumatic Dispenser $5.99
    -$3 off Finish Quantumatic printable (makes it $2.99)
  • Dial Liquid Soap $1.00
    (excludes foaming)
    -.75/1 Dial Hand Soap Flip, Clip, Save Target Home Mailer (makes it 25¢)
  • Quilted Northern Bath Tissue 12 roll, $6.49
  • Sparkle Paper Towels 6 rolls, $5.49
    -$2/2 off Sparkle Towels (make donation to Children’s Miracle Network at Publix)
    (makes it $4.49)
  • Ziploc Slider Bags 20 ct. or Storgage Bags 10-15 ct, $1.50
    -$1/2 Ziploc Brand Bags, SS 5/16
    -$1.50/2 Ziploc Brand Bags printable
    -.40/1 Ziploc Brand Bags, SS 5/16
    B1G1 Ziploc Slider Bags, SS 4/11 (exp 6/05) (buy 2, use B1G1 and .40/1 makes it 35¢ ea.)
  • Solo Plastic Cups 24-50 ct., or Plates 12 ct., $2.50
    -.75/1 Solo Paper Product printable (makes it $1.75)
  • Brita Filter Refills 3 pk $13.99
    -$2 off Brita Filters printable (sign up for reminder) (makes it $11.99)
  • Pedigree Complete Nutrition Dog Food 30-32 lb bag $16.99
    -$2 off Pedigree Food for Dogs RP 4/25 (makes it $14.99)

Personal Care

  • Gerber Baby Foods, 3rd food 6 oz. jar, 62¢ ea
    -$1/3 Gerber Bay Foods printable (Food Lion) (makes it 29¢)
    -.75/4 Gerber Home mailer
  • Enfamil Formula 23.4-25.7 oz. Powder $22.49
    -$3 off Enfamil Powder Fromula printable (Food Lion) (makes it $19.49)
  • Dove Beauty Bar Soap or Dove Men + Care 2 pk $1.99
    -$1 off Dove Men+Care product June All You Magazine or printable (makes it 99¢)
  • Jergens moisturizer 2-21 oz., 30% off
    -$2 off Jergens Natural Glow Moisturizer, excludes 2fl.oz SS 5/16
    (2.5 oz. bottles 79¢)
  • Maybelline Mascara 40% off
    (excludes Great Lash)
    -$1 off Maybelline New York eye product, Tearpad (found in drugstores)
  • Excedrin Pain Medicine 80-100 ct., $6.99
    -$1 off Excedrin Product, Any 20 Ct. + SS 4/25 or printable
    -$1.50 off Excedrin Product, Any 80 Ct. + SS 4/25 (makes it $5.49)
  • Citrical Supplements 60-200 ct., 30% off
    -$1 off Citracal Product SS 3/21 or printable (makes it approx. $7.39)
  • Disney Multi-Vitamin Gummies $4.50
    -$1 off Disney Vitamins printable
  • Arm & Hammer Advanced Whitening Toothpaste 6 oz., $2.00
    -$2.50/2 Arm & Hammer Oral Care Products SS 3/21
    -$1 off Arm & Hammer Toothpaste, 4.3 oz.+, printable (makes it $1)
  • Stayfree Liners 16-24 ct $3.24
    B1G1 Stayfree Liners Green Adv. Flyer (store coupon)
    -$2 off Stayfree product RP 3/28 (use store and 2 mfr. coupons, makes both FREE)
    -$1 off Stayfree SS 4/25
  • Infusium 23 Hair Care $5.99
    Free Conditioner wyb Infusium 23 Shampoo Green Adv. Flyer (store coupon)
    -$3 off Infusium 23 SS 5/09 or May All You Magazine
    (use 2 mfr. coupons w/ store coupon makes both FREE)
  • Phazyme 12ct Softgels $3.49
    Vivarin 24 ct $3.19
    -$5/2 Phazyme, Vivarin Green Advantage Buy Flyer (store coupon)
    -$2 off Phazyme or Vivarin printable
    (buy 2 use store and (2) manuf. coupons makes both FREE)
  • Contac Cold & Flu 24ct., $5.39
    -$5/2 Phazyme, or Contac Green Advantage Buy Flyer (store coupon)
    -$2 off Contac printable
    (makes it 89¢ ea)
  • Ecotrin 24ct $3.49
    -$5/2 Phazyme, Ecotrin etc. Green Advantage Buy Flyer (store coupon)
    -$2 off Ecotrin printable
    (makes it Free plus overage)
  • Noxema Bikini Shaver 3 ct $1.50 (sale starts 5/22)
    -$2 off Noxema Bikini Shaver 3 ct RP 5/23 (makes it FREE plus overage)
  • Benefiber Stick Pack 6-8ct $3.89
    $2 off Benefiber, any Green Advantage Buy Flyer (store coupon)
    -$1 off Benefiber SS 4/25
    -$2 off Benefiber printable (use with store coupon makes it FREE)

In Ad Coupons

  • $4 off any DVD $12.99 and up
  • $2 off Huggies Diapers, Pull Ups, Little Swimmers, or GoodNites, any size
    -$3 off Huggies Diaper printable, or here ($5 off)
    -$4/2 off Huggies Diapers printable
    -$2 off Pull-Ups Pants SS 5/16
    -$1.50 off Huggies Little Swimmers printable (Target Coupon)
    -$3 off Huggies Little Movers or Little Snugglers printable (Target Coupon)
    -$3.50 off wyb Huggies Diapers and 184 ct.+ Huggies Wipes printable (Target Coupon)
    -$2.50 off GoodNites printable
    -$2.50 off Huggies Pure and Natural Diapers printable
    -$1 off Huggies Little Swimmers swim pants SS 05/16 or printable
    -$1.50 off Huggies Little Swimmers swim pants printable

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    • Heather

      The math on the Barber chicken is not correct. ;)

      They will actually end up being $1.50 if the 4.99 is correct….

      Thanks for all you do Jenny!

    • Paul

      They have the Summer Savings Coupon book behind the Customer service counter at Easley South Carolina.

      • Jennifer M.

        My Summer Savings Coupon book doesn't have a q for peanut butter or the rebate form!

      • farcoup

        Is the summer savings and the summertime savings booklet different??? Because my summer savings booklet doesn't have any of the coupons noted above

    • Benjamin

      Skinny Cow May All You q has expired :(

      Also, the $2.50 Stouffer's q from Facebook is good on the $3.99 Family Size entrées…making it $1.50! :)

    • Heather

      The SeaPak Blinkie I have expired on 5/31, is there another one?

      • DonnaTN

        You may still be able to use it. They usually turn their coupons in on Sat. so you can ask to make sure.

        • pharmSCgirl

          I asked a costumer service manager tonight if I could use the Bic Razor coupon that expired 2 days ago and the lady was super rude and said absolutely not. I was just trying to be nice and ask instead of just use it and not say anything and them potentially loose money. I would definitely ask, but don't be suprised if they say no.

          • DonnaTN

            It is definitely weird that all Publix’s work differently but I guess it just depends on the manager. I usually see our stores manager everytime I go and he’s always friendly. Sorry you couldn’t use yours, although I would ask a different CS working behind the counter.

    • cindy

      What zip code are you using for Barber Chicken? Thanks in advance!!

      • Heather

        There is not a zip code. It is on the Barber Chicken website. HTH

    • There is a tearpad FREE bread WYB 3 Valley Fresh chicken. Just found it in south FL Winn Dixie this past week.

    • Patricia

      Has anyone found the B3G1 skinny cow coupon? If so, where is it?

      • lo2250

        i found it on facebook. become a fan and you can claim the coupon! the above link does not take you to it.

    • Crysta

      There is a Disney vitamin coupon on coupons.com….also Target has a 50 cent nature valley coupon….also lots of Huggies coupons on Target website.

    • Lori

      okay, when you use a publix coupon that says buy one get one free , you cannot use 2 manufacturers coupons! It is not the same as when the item rings up for half price. Ex: Infusion and Carefree in store b1g1 coupon

      • shannonrdh

        yes you can because you are stacking a store coupon with a manufacturers coupon in those deals.

        • Sue

          This did not work for me this week. I had a coupon from All You for Kid Cuisine B2G1 and aYelow flyer coupon for B1G1. I was purchasing 3, thinking 2 of them would be free. My clerk gave me back the Publix Q and said that I could only use it if I purchased a fourth one. I did not want to hold up the lady behind me any longer, so I took the coupon back. I should have had him ring up the fourth one using one that had already been rung up and gone back for it afterwards.It would have been free. I ended up paying for 2, when I would not have even purchased them without the coupons.

          • Anonymous

            You should have called the manager over. I had the same problem using those coupons and the cashier was arguing with me about it and I told her that I’d like the manager to clarify it for me. The manager came over and before the cashier could even get her sentence out the manager said that you can always stack a store and manuQ no matter what it is.

      • 3monkeysmom

        I used the Publix B1G1 q for Stayfree today with 2 manuf. coupons. No issues :-)

      • Michelle J

        Yes you can because you are purchasing 2 products, one Publix that covers both and 2 Manu Q's that cover two separate products. Did you ask for the manager?

      • Megan_A

        You can. It works just like a BOGO sale (for those of us in FL who have true BOGO) paired with two coupons. From the mfg's point of view, you're buying two items. Publix doesn't care since they're being reimbursed for the coupons.

    • Hannah

      Has anyone been able to get the Stouffer's $1.00 coupon? I go to the “What's new section” and click on “try easy express” and it says “Sorry there are no search results”.

      • Terra

        No I can not access the Stouffers coupon.

        • Carly

          I'm having problems too:(

          • Dona

            Can't get it either and it wasn't in my April issue of All You!

    • Rachel

      There is a 50¢ man coupon for Nature Valley GB on Target website. Should make them $1 per box after it doubles. Thanks Jenny! You do such an awesome job!!

      • Lucy

        There’s also a printable $.50 off Nature Valley Granola Bars on Smartsource.com. They’re great coupons if you live in the land of Publix double coupons. Starting with this new ad, NV Granola Bars will $1.00 after doubled coupon and many boxes have 2 peelies on them — one for the movie promo where you buy 5 boxes and receive a movie voucher worth up to $10 plus one peelie for three free Yoplait yogurts. With 5 of the $.50 off coupons you’ll get 5 boxes of granola bars, a free movie ticket and 15 Yoplait yogurts for $5. Pretty smart shopping!

        • stinajc

          The girl at Publix today tried to tell me that I couldn’t use two manufacturers coupons on the Nature’s Valley Bars (yogurt coupon + .50 coupon) I said, that coupon is for the yogurt, not the bars. She gave me the, “im so tired of arguing with crazy coupon ladies” look and scanned them anyway.

      • Lucy

        There's also a printable $.50 off Nature Valley Granola Bars on Smartsource coupon website. They're great coupons if you live in the land of double coupons. Starting with this new ad, NV Granola Bars will $1.00 after doubled coupon and many boxes have 2 peelies on them — one for the movie promo where you buy 5 boxes and receive a movie voucher worth up to $10 plus one peelie for three free Yoplait yogurts. With 5 of the $.50 off coupons you'll get 5 boxes of granola bars, a free movie ticket and 15 Yoplait yogurts for $5. Pretty smart shopping!

        • Lucy

          Old eyes when reading the peelies — you have to buy 6 boxes to get the movie ticket. :) So, use 6 coupons to buy 6 boxes of the NV granola bars for $6, get a free movie ticket and 18 free cups of Yoplait yogurt.

    • Andrea

      I have tried multiple times to print the “printable” coupons with any of the Nestle family products. Even though I can log in to that site, it will not allow me to access coupons. Any advice?

      • Terrianne

        I have had the same problem.

        • jennywellman

          I have had the same problem. On the Juicy Juice site, you can do a live chat with a customer service rep. Tell them you are having problems printing the coupons and ask them if they will send you some in the mail. They sent me several $1 off coupons.. Hope this helps :)

      • 3monkeysmom

        I have the same issue :-( I've gotten their email newsletter for several months and the link to the coupons NEVER works!

    • Jennifer

      There is a B1G1 Hunt's ketchup coupon in June All you. Can you use that with Publix B1G1 and get it free?

      • pharmSCgirl

        Unfortunately Publix doesn't work like the drug stores. You would end up paying 1/2 price for one ketchup and getting the other one free unless you live in Florida (I believe they have a true B1G1 deal).

      • Lynda

        The Hunts B1G1 coupon is for a larger bottle than what is on sale right now.

    • Jennifer

      Sorry, B1G1 is for larger bottle. But can you still use B1G1 coupons with a B1G1 sale and get them free?

      • Patty

        If you live where BOGO is each item at half price, your BOGO coupon would be for 1 free at half the original price.That makes both of them 1/4th origianl price each.

    • Stacy

      I got a Publix coupon in the mail today (northeast columbia,sc) for $5 off a $30 purchase! Anyone else get this?

      • Kristi

        I got mine in the mail today too -nashville.

        • Paige

          Got it in Florida.

          • Sharon Kosmin

            Hi, Any idea how I could request the $5off coupon for Publix? I shop there every week.

            • gingiraffe

              I got mine. Sharon- go online and sign up for all their free magazines. That puts you on the mailing lists. I didn't get much from them until I did this.

      • Kay

        Received it in Alabama.

      • Guest

        Did not get this in Greenville SC. Used to get it in the past.

      • April

        I received it, also.(Atlanta, GA)

    • cherie111

      Just watched the documentary Food, Inc and I think it is one that should be watched by all moms. Just because we can get something cheap or free doesn't mean it is a healthy choice for our family. I think we should all start to be selective with the items that we are purchasing. Some of the sales are great but most items contain high fructose corn syrup or come from factory farmed animals. Making healthy choices for our families AND our environment is so important. I have always loved this site and have saved so much money since I have been using it. I think I will just start to be a little more mindful with what I'm buying.

      • Rebecca

        I agree with your initial thought…just because the price is right doesn't mean it's best for us. However, as a farm wife and mother, I'd like to ask that you be mindful when watching shows like the one you mentioned. They are easily one-sided and most often show the animal/crop producers and handlers, as well as the “process” from farm to store in very poor light (to say the least). I am glad that you are choosing to be informed. Just remember that there is another vantage point…from those of us that actually produce (read: care for, stress over and make very little from) the food that you guys buy.

        • Dona

          So very true! These shows tend to show farming very differently from how it actually is. Most of us are land rich and money poor. Doing what we can to keep what we have. They never mention that.

          • colagirl

            Actually, in either the book Food, Inc or The Omnivore's Dilemma, they go into great detail about how farmers get screwed over by companies like Conagra, etc. Basically, now farmers have to produce tremendous amounts of staples like corn and even then barely stay afloat.

            Most of the commentary in the books isn't directed at smaller or family farms but more at the produce grown and poultry/cattle raised on massive, corporate owned farms that have thousands of animals. Both my grandfathers were farmers, and I'd trust anything they raised over the cows at the corporate farms that are stuffed full of corn (which cows aren't built or meant to eat) and antibiotics and never saw a pasture.

        • cherie111

          Actually, the movie encourages people to support the small farmer and shows how they are taken advantage of. If anything, I feel this movie is a voice to the small agricultural farmers who are trying to make ends meet.

        • lacey

          You must not have actually watched this movie. My grandparents were farmers and my parents grew up on farms. I have a lot of respect for the hard work that goes into farming. This movie tries to get people to support the local, small farmers (which I am assuming is what you are). What it is really against is large factory-farming, pumping animals full of unnatural foods and antibiotics. Everyone should truly watch this movie. We are often so uninformed of what is actually in the food we are consuming. I would trust any food that came from a family-owned farm than food that comes from a factory farm any day. Also, I don’t think the movie portrays farmers in a poor light. I just felt sorry for the farmers after seeing the movie.

      • Michele

        I have always been selective of the foods my family eats but in this economy I really need to save money, Unfortunately, this means that my family will be eating more processed foods we will just have to watch portion sizes and increase our activity level.

        • Robert

          Actually, I've found that unprocessed foods tend to be significantly cheaper. I usually by un or minimally processed foods because they are cheaper and taste better. Processed foods have the advantage of being quicker.

          Processed foods we typically buy: 1) Macoroni and cheese. For 25-33 cents per box (plus req'd milk and margerine), it is hard to beat for a quick easy meal that kids love. We always add in peas. It is a great way to get little kids to eat vegetable to. 2) Peanut butter and jam. More childrens staples. A great source of protean for young kids who have trouble with the texture of meat. 3)pasta. I have made my own, but it is a time consuming and not much of a cost savings, especially when I can get it on sale for $0.65 per pound. 4) Bread. Again, I can and do make bread, but It takes time and doesn't actuallysave money. 5) Breakfast cereal. Another kid staple that can be very cheap on sale with coupons

          Minimally processed fods: milk, cheese, flour, oatmeal, frozen vegetables, etc.

          The rest, unprocessed. This is not because I think processed foods are inherrently bad, though many have less than ideal portions of sodium, sugars, and fat, but because I can make food that tastes a lot better than what Stoufers stuffs into bags or trays.

      • Amber

        Always look at the labels. Just because it is cheap doesn't mean it is bad for you. Steamfresh veggies are just as good for you and frequently on sale for free.

        Next time you are grocery shopping, pick up a container of Daisy sour cream, check the ingrediants and then pick up the store brand. You will be suprised. What's even better is that the daisy usually has great coupons, to make it almost free :)

      • LindaB

        I use my total savings to buy better food choices…who can't use free toothpaste/shampoo/deodorant/ cleaning supplies and many more staples which are often very cheap or free? I can't give enough thanks to Jennie and this website for opening my eyes on the ins an outs of how to cater my coupon usage to my own families needs. Thanks Jennie!

      • cherie111

        I love opening this discussion!! We only need to look around at our fellow Americans to see that our diets are in need of a major overhaul!! I just encourage you to watch the film and take whatever you want out of it. After watching this film I am DEFINITELY going to seek out more opportunities to buy from local farmers which is actually not as easy to do as one might think because the majority of our food is controlled by only a handful of companies. We can all make a choice with the products we choose to feed our families. I have a family of six and groceries are costly but ultimately the processed food costs us more in the end. Thanks for taking the time to read : )

      • Hesperides

        This is a sore subject with me and I won't get on my soap box here. :) Just know I am very choosy about our foods. I'm here to save everything I can on other things to make up for the amount I spend on clean foods.

      • Jodi

        I watched it recently too along with reading “Eating Animals” and I use all of my savings at the local stores for various products to buy meat, dairy & produce at Whole Foods! Works out beautifully and I thank Jennie for all of her hard work keeping up this site so my family can live a little better.

    • Michelle J

      Is there a secret for the B2G1 Skinny Cow Q? I looked all over the site that the link is for and found nothing. :(

      • lo2250

        Go to the facebook page and become a fan of skinny cow and you should see it. the above link WILL NOT take you to it.

    • Kay

      I don't see the Post cereal coupon. What zip code do I need to use?

      • AH

        Try 90210. It's on page 4!

    • Jennifer M.

      Where in the Summer booklet is the form for the $10 of $30 purchase. I have two and neither one has a form!

      • Jennifer M.

        $10 off $30

        • Amber

          This is a kraft rebate form that came with a samplepack from facebook. You must have the original form to submit for the rebate. If you don't have one, you can try some trade boards to see if you can get one.

          Not very fair of kraft, I know.

    • Vicki

      Why are the All You coupons in the Wal-Mart version different than the version we receive in the mail? That doesn't seem very fair.

      • Donn

        I just noticed that too – I get it in the mail and was so excited thinking I'd find a Hebrew National and Hunts coupon. What's up with that?!

      • Lucy

        Send an e-mail to the All You customer service to complain. They need to hear the feedback that subscribers aren't happy about the coupon difference.

    • Amy

      Finish $3 coupon is not there anymore.
      I cannot find any ketchup coupons more than 20cents in smartsource and I have papers from several large cities.
      Nature Valley Granola Bars has a 50cents coupon (as someone else also pointed out)
      Thanks for all you do to save moms money!
      If I have a penny coupon from last weeks paper (because I forgot to take it with me and they would not give item w/o coupon) can I use it another week????

      • Megan_A

        The penny item coupons are only good the day they come out.

      • audrey

        ketchup coupon in sc post and courier paper, last week i believe.

    • Mommyof4

      Does anyone know what the penny item will be today?

      • Mom2teenagers

        Publix sliced cheese singles.

    • Anonymous

      Here is the link – I just got mine:

    • Jennifer

      I made a quick run to Publix yesterday after several days of trying to get there. While I was there, the store “host” came up and gave me a handful of various coupons, including a $10 rebate when you buy that amount in ground beef. A perfect way to end a rotten day at work!

    • Crystal

      Just curious, alot of the Smart Source coupons say in large letters across the top “DO NOT DOUBLE OF TRIPLE”. Although Publix will still double them (at least I hope), will they still get reimbursed for the difference??

      • ToddDu

        I am almost positive they aren't reimbursed for any of the doubling, that is cost that Publix bears. Depending on your cashier, some will block doubling for DND, others will just let it go through (costing Publix)

    • Mom2teenagers

      Right at home site has new $1.50/2 Ziploc product printable q to use on the slider bags.

    • munckin74

      If anyone is a subscriber to People magazine there is a $1/1 q for Jello in the April 26th issue. There were also a couple other goodies, like $1/1 mitchum and $1/1 Wonka candy! HTH!

    • tiff

      publix cheese singles

    • ToddDu

      Right at Home email $1.50 off any 2 Ziploc, use with B1G1 for 2 free
      Sorry, can't get back to link as was intended for email recipient only

      • MichelleA

        Todd you cant use both the B1G1 free and the 1.00/2. Both of those coupons are manufacturer coupons. You can use the B1G1 coupon and a diff. coupon tied to ONE product like the .40/1 in the 5/16 SS. That way the B1G1 coupon ties to the free item, and the .40/1 coupon ties to the one you are not getting free.

    • KBake

      I went to the Publix in Goodlettsville, TN last week and they wouldn't let me use Target coupons. We don't have a super Target and the cashier said they only take “grocery store” coupons”. Anybody else here about this?

      • Rita

        The Moores Lane store by Cool Springs did this several months ago.

      • Joy

        The Mt. View Publix in Nashville does this too.

      • Crystal

        Only Publix who have SUPER targets as a competetor (near by) will take Target coupons. Our PUblix in Spring Hill, TN will take them, because we also have a Super Target

    • Shawn

      There is also a $4/1 quantumatic in Riteaid's video values for june.

    • PaigeP

      I haven't read through all the comments, so forgive me if this is a repeat, BUT there's a $1 off of a 4+ count of Skinny Cow ice cream novelties coupon. I have 2 of them, so one is probably from the paper and one is probably from the June All You (not positive, though). That would make it $1 a box!

    • Crystal Light Drink or On The Go Mix on sale in Greenville County, SC BOGOF $2.99.

    • kristifromchelsea

      Just got back from publix. Several things to watch for:
      Our bertolli pasta sauce did not ring up 2 for $4. I had to go back and she changed the price and gave me one for free.
      Also, our publix had a larger dial body wash on the B1G1 shelf (than is mentioned in the publix sale paper.) It is the same price as the ad mentions however it did not wring up on sale. Publix allowed me to swap it our for a smaller size and removed the bigger bottles from the B1G1 shelf in the front of the store. Be sure and watch the sizes on the bottles.

      Several deals
      There was a $.50 off coupon for texas toast croutons several weeks ago in the paper. Publix has them for $.99 right now. Makes it free.

      In the target flip coupon books that I got in the mail, there was 2 coupons (one in each) for the ziploc bags. Use these with the sunday paper coupons for even more off.

      The dial coupon in the target flip mailer can be used on the body wash (instead of hand soap as mentioned above). Pair this with the dial men's body wash coupon and it makes it $.25

      There is a clorox bleach coupon in the Target flip coupon books. My publix had the clorox bleach on sale for 3 for $5. Buy one, use the coupon and it comes out to less than a dollar for one bottle.

      • Stephanie in Bham

        How do you get the Target flip book?

        • kristifromchelsea

          I am not really sure. Occasionally they show up in my mailbox. I not a regular Target shopper b/c the one on 280 is about 10 miles from my house. I did order some shoes from target around christmas so maybe I got on some mailing list.

    • Amanda

      The Food Lion coupons dont print out what they say, it prints out totally different stuff and they are expired. It did that the last time I went to get coupons from there. Just as a heads up, dont know if anyone else if having the same trouble

      • brittany

        anyone been able to find an enfamil coupon?

      • marysc

        When I printed a second time I got the right ones!! Weird.

    • Cara

      The B2G1 for coffee creamer has ended. But they don't tell you till you have signed up.

    • Heather

      3/14/2010 RP Super Pretzel Q is expired

      • farcoup

        Yep! Mine was too and I don't have it in my 5/02 paper :-(

    • 3monkeysmom

      In the Summertimes Savings Guide booklet, there is a store coupon for $1 off any Pam. If you go to simpleanddelicious(dot)com, there is a $1 off manuf. coupon for the Pam grilling spray. Look under “special offers,” then “coupon central.” Both of these coupons expire mid-July :-)
      Oh and simpleanddelicious(dot)com also has a q for $1 off Orville Redenbacher Cheddar Cheese or Spicy Nacho popcorn!

    • If you got the Publix coupons bouklet last summer (cant think of the name of it :-( ) with all of the dog/cat product coupons, there are coupons for 2.50 off the purchase of one 10 oz or larger bag!

      • Amy B.

        Thanks, I have a couple of those laying around. No dog though :) but plenty of friends and family that do.

        • and its a money maker for you! Especially if you have the $1 off printable that you can stack with it! $2 money maker! :-)

      • Colleen

        The sale is for the 5-6 oz. bags so you can't use this coupon and it's not a money maker. Oh well…

    • Shannon

      I didn't see the coupon for Bertolli Pasta Sauce when I went to the link. Can anyone direct me?

      • Amanda

        you have to go to the top and click coupons

    • Crystal

      The Edys coupon in the SS is $1off two 1.5qt or larger, it would not work on the smaller size listed here, or am i missing something

    • missy

      My publix Canton ga has coke 12 packs buy 2 get 2 free and red baron pizzas 2.50 each

    • Sandy

      Don't forget the Harveys printable for the Lipton tea

      • steph

        and harveys has a printable for creamer too!

    • Meme

      How do I get the $2.50 coupon for Stouffer Entree? I joined the dinner club thinking this would activate a coupon print but I can't see it. Thanks for any help.

      • Cindy

        Go to facebook and you should find it there!

    • CPancake

      My Publix (Winder, GA) had $1.00 peelies on every single box of Nature Valley Granola Bars. Score!!! I bought 8 boxes since they were already on sale for $2.00 each. My husband goes through these things like a mad man. I hope they'll last until the next sale! : )

      • Joy

        I bought boxes of Nature Valley a few weeks ago and they had coupons for 3 free yogurts when you bought the box. We go through about a box a week between my kids and my hubby.

    • Jessica526

      I have a question that I hope someone can help with! on some of the above items the links to print out the coupon says do not double do not triple, but when Jenny posts the price for the item it looks like its listed as if the coupon did double anyways. So do these coupons double (.50 and under) or not? or is it just store by store? if the cashier is scanning it how does the computer know not to double or not?

      • Helen

        I think its there so the manufcr doesnt have to come out of pocket on the dbl. Really the doubling (sp?) is something the grocer does out of courtesy and they themselves pay it out not the manufacturer. I think ; )

      • Amber

        If you live in an area that doubles (anywhere but FL mostly) most stores (grocery) WILL double even if the coupon states “do not double”. Jenny lists the price after doubling since that will be the final price for the most people.

        Occasionally some crazy cashier will suppress a double for some reason, but at Publix, the computer automatically doubles anything .50 and under. Publix will eat the cost of the double to try to get you to shop at their stores. (In FL they have almost no serious competition so no doubling).

      • Tina

        My Publix supresses the double on those coupons.

        • Beth

          The cashier at my Publix did that today! I’ve been using those print out coupons that say do not double or triple there for at least a year and a half. They always double. I was shocked that she did that, because she didn’t scan them. She did it manually so it wouldn’t double. When I asked if it was something new. She told me no that she’d been doing that for 7 years. When I told her none of the other cashiers do that she told me she didn’t have enough money in her pocket to pay from the doubling! That really made me mad! I wasn’t asking her to do that or for her to do something she wasn’t supposed to do. I just wanted to know why she was doing it. I ended up at costumer service. She was really nice. She got my coupons from the cashier. She showed me where they said do not double. I told her I knew it said that but that they always double at their store, the other Publix I shop at, and at Krogers. I asked her to try ringing up my things and scanning the coupon. When she did it doubled and she said she had no problem doing it because the computer was programed not to double the coupons that weren’t supposed to be doubled. I did ask before before I left if those coupons would double next week or not. I wanted to know if they were going to tell all the cashiers to supress them or if they were going to scan them as usual. She couldn’t tell me. I think I’ll shop at the other Publix from now on!

          They told me Publix doesn’t get paid back when those coupons double. I thought they didn’t get paid back for the doubling of any coupon – newspaper or computer. I thought they did that to attract costumers. Does anyone know if that is the case or not?

      • jamie

        Check the numbers in the barcodes. Usually the ones that start with 5s will double even if says do not double. 9s will not double.

    • Lisa

      Why can't i get the stouffers coupon? Signed up but it doesn't take my password. UGH. frustrating!

      • Crystal

        Did you sign up for the dinner challenge, once you put in a little info it will generate the coupon, and you can print it and just not finish the rest of the way through.

        • Meme

          I can't get the coupon either. I am wondering if I printed this coupon weeks ago and it won't let me print again. I don't remember this site. I tried to become a fan on facebook and joined the dinner club. I see no place to get the coupon. Any more suggestions? Thanks

    • Brand New Couponer

      I am sooo excited! I have looked at your sight for a few days and watched your tutorials. Last night I printed my list and printed my coupons. First thing this morning me and my 2 children headed to Publix to see if I can do this. When I walked out of that store I had saved around $59.00 and spent LESS than that! This is a big deal for me! Thank you so much for your help and for creating the lists and the links to the printable coupons. It makes it so much easier! I have told everyone I know about your website.

      Brand New Couponer!

      • Sarah H.

        Good Luck! You'll get hooked before you know it!

        • Paula

          Congratulations! This is only the beginning!I am able to get so many items for $1 or less and many times free! This allows me to save money, build my stock pile, and donate to friends/family in need.

          This site is a blessing to me also!

      • Melissa

        Congrats!!! Welcome to the world of Savings!!! My 2 1/2 yo loves when he finds coupons in the stores…and he fully understands if its not on sale and I dont have a coupon we are not getting it this week..its great to get the family involved!! :o) Enjoy!!

    • Susan Craps

      Which Publix store in the Columbia area accept Target coupons? I have tried in Lexington and in Harbison and told that nether accept Target coupons.

      • sg

        Publix on Forest Drive does not take Target coupons. SG

    • Nikki

      I'm not having any luck with either of the Stouffer's coupons. I've signed up, but there's nothing afterwards? I see others are having this issue too. If you figure it out, let us know. Thanks!

      • Lee Ann

        I am having the same problem…

      • AH

        Did you sign up for the dinner challenge, once you put in a little info it will generate the coupon, and you can print it and just not finish the rest of the way through.

    • keb2009

      my publix just said that there are no green advantage flyers and the next won't be out till the 12th. anybody else have any luck in getting them?

      • morgan

        I managed to get one last night at the Anderson, SC store.

        • keb2009

          morgan, hwy 81 or clemson blvd? clemson blvd said they didn't have any until the new ones on the 12th

          • morgan

            Leave your email address. I can mail you the coupons in this one, I won't use them.

            • KEB2009

              bansheejp2003 at yahoo dot com

      • Sue

        Spartanburg, SC store does not have them.

      • Melissa

        hummm….I go one in my Sunday paper on May 23rd. It is good from May 22 – June 11th.

        you can view the “deals” they have in it under the Publix tab “advantage buys”…hth…

        I am in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    • Sarah H.

      Does anyone see the $10 rebate wyb $20 worth of Con Agra products in the Summer Savings booklet? Unless I am looking in the wrong booklet, I don't see it. The one I have is from the front of the store and it says “Summer Savings. Longer days, simpler ways” at the bottom. Any tips on where else I should be looking?? Thanks!!

      • Patty

        It isn't the booklet with the striped umbrella on it. It is displayed with all the Con Agra products. It is a small sized booklet. It is a small coupon on the first page. You have to buy $50 at Publix in one order and it has to include $20 of Con Agra produts. The booklet also has $10 in coupons but most are for a purchase of mulitple items so most are not a good deal.

        • Sarah H.

          Thanks Patty!

    • Danelle

      Does anyone know if Publix will take Kroger coupons for Kroger branded items? I have $1.50 off 4 bags of Kroger frozen vegs can I use that coupon to buy Publix frozen vegs?

      • shellito1012

        I think that policy changes from store to store so you'll just have to ask your customer service what their policy is on that. Many stores used to take kroger coupons for Kroger brand for Publix brand. My store does not…however, like i said it changes from store to store.

    • Sarah H.

      What is the average savings for my fellow Southern Savers (particularly those who shop at Publix)? I am saving about 24% off my monthly grocery bill, but I'm wondering if I should step it up a notch by stocking up even more and utilizing rebates, etc. Any thoughts? I work full-time and volunteer so I can't spend a ton of time couponing.

      Also, we don't have children and live in a small apartment so I often feel that some of the bargains are not practical for us since we are childless and other times I lack the will power to re-cram my hall closet.

      All that to say that I would be delighted to know what you all are saving at the store.

      • Melissa H

        Hi Sarah – I save an average of 60 – 75% every time I go to Publix … We are to the point where we are looking to buy a second fridge/freezer for the garage, but it doesn't sound like that's an option for you … We also have a 1 year old and I am due with our second child late June/early July … So we're saving that much including buying things for the babies, such as diapers and baby food … This percentage of savings is usually where we land with CVS and their hygiene and health and beauty sales as well … Occassionally I will only save 50%, but that's usually the lowest I hit … We are also to the point where we are actually able to buy items for the sole purpose of donating … We don't buy meat every single trip, we buy it when it is on its best sale and break it into smaller servings than the tray they come in and re-wrap, date, and freeze them … We personally also only buy certain produce, and those not every trip, so if there are specific produce or meat items that are must-haves in your grocery planning, while you may catch them on sale here and there, (occassionally a B1G1 for some produce and once in a blue moon, some meat at Publix), rarely will there be a coordinating coupon for it (except occassionally on a name brand meat product, which are usually priced higher than store cuts anyway) … I will say that if you are in an area that has a Winn Dixie, they DO do B1G1 on their meat cuts rather frequently, but in my experience I've found that at least here in Central FL, WD tends to hike up their usual meat prices during those B1G1 sales … So yes, you're getting the second tray of meat for free, but you're also paying higher for the first one, so it doesn't always work out to be the least out-of-pocket … Anyway, hope that helps :)

      • happymom

        I save anyhwere from 40-75% most weeks at Publix. I have two toddlers, so I don't spend a huge amount of time planning my trips. I've been doing this about eight months now and it gets easier and quicker with experience. As for the storage issues- I stock up on pantry essentials when on sale (granola bars, pasta sauce, etc) and later, if I need room for other items, I take a few things and put them in a box in the garage. Then every couple of months my three year old and I go deliver the box to Harvest Hope Food Bank. I never donated until I began couponing- if something only cost me a couple of cents and I haven't used it up in three months, why not give it to someone who needs it? And my son is learning invaluable lessons about saving money and giving to others.

      • Jen

        I only started couponing about 2 months ago and I am finally starting to see more savings. Initially I think that I was so excited to save a few bucks that I was buying things because they were a deal, BUT I was not purchasing them at the rock bottom prices like Jenny advises. Now that I have a little stock pile going and I have accumulated more coupons, I am able to save more and be a little more selective.

        I have calculated that over the last 2 months I have saved an average of 60% in total (this does not include my CVS savings either). Some weeks it may be 40-50%, others it is 60% +. My best Publix week was last week when I spent $52 and saved $155 for a savings of 75%. I too have no kids yet, but I am still stockpiling some of the stuff that I buy within reason. I also stocked up on the chicken breast a few weeks ago when it was $1.99 a pound (rockbottom Publix price) and I bought some other meat when it was on sale as well.

        I don't know how long you have been at this, but I maybe spend a few hours each week matching up the coupons with the items that I want to buy. I also work full time so I have to look at this in the evening or on the weekend but I always manage to check this site to see if there are any hot coupons or deals that I need to print now. The savings is my will power to continue and to not have to shop at Wal-Mart where I have shopped for years due to low prices in my area.

      • Paula

        I am saving AT LEAST 60% on my monthly bill atPublix. That was in my first 4mos and now I am at about 7 wks. My freezers, cabinets, and refrigerator are FULL. It takes a lot of time but it is worth the money. I get SO much FREE stuff when I put the work into my couponing. I saved over $800 using coupons and Publix savings.


      • ToddDu

        We are probably at about 65% off (haven't computed all of April and May yet). I would say the key is to stock up on non-perishable when you can (broth, canned veggies/tomatoes, granola bars).
        A couple of other things I would mention is to not buy any toiletries or personal items from grocey stores (unless they are free razors). Toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant are almost always free at CVS if you can get a stockpile going. If it's free, buy it even if you don't need it. Donate to a food pantry or other program and make lists of what you have donated. You can claim this on tax return, if you donate $50 worth of items 4 times you are saving about $50 on taxes. Not huge but still helpful.
        Plan your meals, search for recipes with all of the sale items, many sites have recipes especially tailored to Publix shoppers. We sometimes can make dinners for 2 weeks without having to buy anything but fresh produce, chicken breast, hot dogs, etc on sale mixed with rice or canned veggies.

        • Sarah

          What are those websites for the recipes??

          • ToddDu

            I Heart Publix links to a couple of them, sorry to not be more clear but not sure how Jenny is about adding a lot of other links.

        • Melissa

          How do I figure out the percentage I am saving?

          • ToddDu

            Publix will tell you your total savings on their receipt. Add savings to what you paid out of pocket for total before savings. Then divide savings by the total before savings. Example, you paid $12, receipt says you saved $36. 12 + 36 = 48, savings % is 36/48 or 75%

      • Alicia

        Sarah I have been “extreme couponing” since February…I have 5 kids so this has been a blessing. I went from spending $1200-$1500 a month on food, hygeine, and household supplies and have ALWAYS used coupons. I am now only spending $300-$400/month with plenty stock. I also help out my sister who is a single mom. If its free or close to it I get it for her. Its going to take some time but it will be worth it…I PROMISE! I dont leave home with out my coupon book and my oldest two wont go shopping with out coupons either…or at least checking to find some first. Good Luck!!!!

      • michele9775

        Just got back from Publix. I spent $56.04 and saved $124.47! I usually save 50-75% on average. Like everyone is saying, it's all about stocking up when you can stack coupons on sale items.

      • Another Sarah

        Sarah-I have couponing for about two years and my savings hover between 30-60%. When I focus solely on snack food I can save up to 80% by combining BOGO sales with store and manufacturer Q's. But truthfully–we don't really need all those snacks!

        Anyway, first rule of thumb: start small, and start with what you know you will use. For example, body wash is BOGO this week. If you don't have a couple in your bathroom closet, now's the time to buy a few (but I wouldn't buy more than four at the most since your place is small and it's just the two of you).

        Second: start looking at what goes on BOGO on a regular basis and see if you can incorporate those foods/items into your diet/household.

        If I wasn't buying for kids I would focus on: personal hygiene products (toothpaste/body wash/razors/etc), dishwasher and laundry detergent, cereal, yogurt (the 4-packs), tuna (the 4-packs), pasta and sauces, canned tomatoes, beans, fruit, and veggies; frozen veggies; olive oil, dressings, and sauces; and meat (to freeze) when it's on a good sale and/or you have a Q.

        I only buy these items when they are on BOGO and I almost always have Q's so I buy at least a few weeks worth at a time.

        I would aim at spending roughly half my food budget on fresh produce and then aim at making a weekly menu that is based on fruit and veggie salads (healthy, quick to prepare!) and then supplement those meals with sandwiches, soups (all those canned tomatoes come in super handy!), noodle dishes, meat, poulty, and fish (remember-you will basically get all your sauces and marinades for free). If you can–learn to like tuna and egg salad sandwiches!

        Anyway, don't sweat it if you have to pay full price for some items, and don't think you need to buy everything just because you have a Q for it! Couponing is so addicting I did that for awhile and now I have a cupboard full of mixes I will seriously never use. Time to donate to a food pantry!

        Also, if you haven't done this already–try and find some over-the-door shoe holders (the kind that hold like 15 pair of shoes), and use that to stash all your extra razors, body wash, shampoo, etc. All of my closets have one of these on the back (we live in a small place as well), and I store all my extra hygiene stuff this way.

        Since I'm not much of a cook (busy with small kids) I have switched our eating habits and now at every lunch and dinner I basically chop up fruits and veggies (whatever is in season and on sale), and let my kids go to town eating with their fingers. I'll put out 'dippers' (peanut butter for apples, ranch dressing for veggies, etc), and that encourages them to branch out and try more than just apples or carrots. I always add some sort of protein (be it p-nut butter, hard-boiled eggs, lunch meat, chicken, beans, cheese, whatever), and bread product (tortillas, toast, etc).

        Since you are working this might be a feasible option for you as well. I know my hubby appreciates having all that stuff already cut up in the fridge so he can quickly make up a lunch before heading off to work.

        Anyway, I'm rambling–but good luck!!

      • soylatteqt

        i am single and live in an apartment. i save 40-80% on my grocery bill each month. there are times that i have to pass up sales because my freezer is full. i only buy items that i use unless something ends up being free or sometimes gives me money back, because eventually it is just money off of my entire grocery bill. it does take a bit of time to do the couponing, but i have found that if i really focus i can get it things organized in an hour or two one day a week. it's worth it when you think of what you save. think of saving $40-50 and divide it by 2 or three hours. not bad for your time.

      • Sarah H.

        Thanks EVERYONE!! I so appreciate the insight. I have been working the coupon system for almost 2 months now so it is very helpful at this point to gage my progress and savings with others like you. After reading your replies, I feel I am doing pretty well! And this month has been great because I just started buying 2 Sunday papers and working on rebates, LOVE IT! Of course, an extra freezer and a garage would be a whole different story!

        Typically, when I leave Publix, my receipt indicates that I am saving anywhere from 50%-75%, but I am a total nerd who figured out what my average grocery bill WAS (pre-couponing) by looking at 4 months of expenses before I started. So now, I determine my total monthly savings by looking at what I spend throughout the month compared to my monthly average BEFORE I was couponing. It did take some time to do that, but I really wanted to know what I am spending now compared to my spending before coupons. Anyway, my rock bottom savings is about 24% which I plan to step-up by month 4.

        Thanks again for the responses. I suppose if my husband is happy (he is elated) and encouraging me to spend the savings on new shoes once in a while, I am in pretty darn good shape!!

    • 2godbglory

      Does anyone know of any stores in south GA that double?

      • kara

        The only one I know of for sure is the one is Brunswick, GA. I'm not sure where in south GA you are looking, but Brunswick does, Kingsland/St. Mary's location doesn't. HTH!

      • melissa

        Im in Thomasville, ga and they do not double here but I can't say for all the s. Ga stores.

        • Tara

          I worked for Publix for 10 years and it still gets a little complicated to me :-) But I can tell you that the Thomasville, GA and Valdosta, GA are/were in the Tallahassee district, meaning they follow some of the rules for Florida–therefore, no doubling of coupons :-(

      • joanna00

        The Publix in Savannah at Twelve Oaks doubles!

      • wendy

        All of the ores in Columbus, GA double coupons

      • jamie

        Brunswick, Georgia doubles.

    • lauren

      So when I went to Publix today, the checkout girl told me that my coupons were expired and she wouldn't take them! That's never happened to me before at Publix. I told her I've used them before but she really didn't have anything to say to that. Has anyone else had problems using expired coupons?!?

      • Toni

        Some cashiers or stores might take expired coupons, but I think it is basically the policy everywhere to not take expired coupons. I think that manufacturers put expiration dates on there for a reason. They want you to use their coupon during a certain promotional period.

      • SusanStauffer

        My Publix (St. Aug. FL) takes coupons up to 30 days expired. You should check with Customer Service to find out your store's policy. It may have changed. :(

        • Amanda

          Mine in Jax, FL only takes publix coupons that are expired two weeks from the expiration date. They are also doing this on the $5 off grocery purchases in the mail…this allows for postage error and also helps limit rainchecks.

      • Ashley

        Jenny advised in a post to check with the manager anytime the rules at your store suddenly just up and change. You cannot rely on what cashiers will say sometimes.

      • Lynnette

        yes, they seem to change on a whim. It also depends on the manager. My store said they were taking expired, 2 weeks later the manager said, “well, I meant if they expired this week since we don't turn in our coupons until Saturday.” My Bi-Lo takes expired though.

    • Frougal

      i cant find the stoufers coupon either

      • Dawn

        Me either-that Nestle's link is not a great website. I hunted and hunted and found nothing….

    • Meredith

      The publix on Ben Sawyer in Mount Pleasant does not let you use 2 mfgr coupons for one item.

      • Mamaberry

        You can only use one mfg coupon per item. The only thing you can stack is one store q and one mfg q on one item. If you are buying a bogo item, you can use a bogo mfg q AND one $$ off q for the 2nd, since you are technically buying 2 items. hth :)

      • shellito1012

        I don't know of any store that lets you use two manufacturer coupons on one item. You can normally use a store coupon and a manufacturer together though.

    • ToddDu

      Saw that Skinny Cow coupons from May All You were removed. How sad that those expired 5/31! Maybe there is one in June issue based on other comment?

    • Diana

      Our Publix has the Pompeian Olive Oil (32 oz) B1G1 for 10.99. You can print the $1 off coupon and get both for $5 a piece.

    • Meme

      I just have to brag a little. My purchase at Publix this evening totaled $8.82 and I saved $42.34 (not counting the $5 rebate I can do with the Ziplock bags). I didn't even have the B1G1 coupon for the Ziplock bags. I got a Finish Quantum Dishwasher Kit for nothing using a Bilo store coupon and the $3 printable coupon.

      I saved about 75% on my other purchases. I wanted to mention the Mrs. Dash coupon that is $1 off a meat purchase wyb Mrs. Dash product. If you check the clearance rack, they sometimes have Mrs. Dash marked down. But I'm sure you all knew that already. LOL!

      The Eggland's eggs are a hot item this week. The shelves were bare. Ziplock bags were almost gone. Also, the Purina Beggin Strips. A good week for Rainchecks.

      • alivias_closet

        What's the rebate for the ziplock bags? This is the first I've heard of it.

        • Tammy

          SC Johnson. $5 wyb 3.

      • Heidi

        Where do you get the rebate for Ziploc?

    • Katerina

      I love Publix!
      Tonight my husband went with me. We spend $32 and saves a whopping $107.00!!! That is a huge savings!

      • scrcline

        Ok – I still consider myself a novice because I can't seem to save more than I spend. I need your tips : ) I think I am doing pretty good. There is usually a $10 difference between what I spend and what I save but how do you save that much? Are you not buying produce, and meat? In addition to that, I have a toddler so diapers is usually on the list at least twice a month. Inquiring novice minds want to know how you do that. Thanks!

        • CouponStephen

          I think many of these shopping trips are only for things on sale. Really hard core couponers bulk up on the sales. However my family eats a lot of whole foods and not a lot of packaged/processed stuff. If you buy dairy, produce and meats you don't usually save more than you spend. Typically, I'll spend around 90 a week (family of 5) with a savings of 45 – 50. It all depends how much you want to stick to only the sale items.

          • scrcline

            Well that makes me feel better. I do shop only the sales for regular type of foods. But with a toddler, we need fresh veggies and fruit. Thanks for you reply.

            • I think you also have to learn to shop the sales for those fresh items. You can successfully shop strictly the sales and still have this kind of savings. I tend to save 75% a week and always have fresh things in the house. I think one of the biggest helpers is to learn to create meals from what you have. At first you may have to supplement here and there, but after a month or so, you should be able to rely on the sales for most of your needs.

            • Lynnette

              The Lord has just blessed me over and over again with finding great meat reduced at Food Lion (that's the only thing I buy there). When I find it I buy a LOT of it. I got about 17 pounds of ground turkey recently that had been marked at $1 a pound. They often mark their chicken like that too. I got some right after Thanksgiving…WHO buys chicken breasts at Thanksgiving and on Friday everyone was at the mall. Not me! I went to Food Lion and bought $80 worth of boneless, skinless chicken breast for $1.38 a pound! :)

            • Natalie559

              If your publix accepts harveys as a competitor there are $2 off $5 produce purchase and last week there was $2 off $5 meat coupon- these really help me when they appear. Jenny also mentioned a fla healthy kids program where if you live in fla you can sign up and they will send you fresh food coupons.

        • Tammy

          Most of the time, I shop at Publix and I do buy my meat and produce there, but I stock up on meat when it is cheap or when I have a coupon. For Diapers and some of my personal items, I shop at CVS. I can usually get Pampers or Huggies for less than $6 a pack. On the weeks that I don't need much, I go to a warehouse shopping club and stock up on meats. I have a family of 6 with 3 pets and my shopping bill is about $125 a week.

        • valerie

          We have allergies, and don't buy many processed foods. I don't often save as much as I spend anymore now that we're eating healthier. $40+ in produce plus soy milk and all that definately is the reason for that for us- maybe buy your produce on a seperate bill so you feel better about it ;)
          Family of 4 we buy about $190/week, 3 weeks a month. I'm stocked up enough from the last 2 weeks that all I need this week is bread, milk, and banannas, so I'm not driving 12 miles to publix this week unless we happen to go down town for something else too!

      • Heidi

        I can't wait to go to Publix this week…great ad! My list is forever long this week!

    • Heidi

      Some of you mention getting a $5 off $30 or something like that coupon for Publix. Where or how do you get that? Do I have to sign up for something?

      • kelley

        Mine just showed up randomly, actually addressed to my husband. He is not signed up for anything. Go figure.

      • Heidi

        I am signed up for everything I know how to and I never get these coupons :(
        I like you name by the way! :)

    • amanda

      No publix allows 2 manf. coupons . the policy is one manf. and either one publix or comp. coupon per item

      • Lynnette

        If you buy 2 items (even if it's buy one get one free) then you can use 2 coupons. That is what she was implying to do.

    • Emmycat

      I have a basic beginner's question. I have 2 BOGO coupons for Hunts ketchup (35 oz). Can I use them both at once?

      • ToddDu

        You can use them both at once but you will have to buy 4. Use 2 B1G1 and 2 $0.20 off. Total = $2.78 less $1.39 less $0.80, $0.59 for all 4

        • Emmycat

          Thanks ToddDu! I will be at Publix tonight getting that great deal!

    • scrcline

      Did anyone else have issues printing from the Coupons.com site last night? The coupons didn’t print and now it says my print limit is reached. Very frustrating.

      • Molly

        I'm having the same problem. My printer queue says that the coupon converted terminated unexpectedly. Now I can't get any of those coupons…

    • farcoup

      Can someone please show me a picture of the publix summertime savings booklet that has the marie callenar coupons. I can't find it in Augusta.

      • Dawn

        We don't have them in Lawrenceville, GA either…

    • Tammy

      I think the Conagra booklets had $1 off of Hebrew National, Hunts Coupons, Egg Beaters coupons, and Marie Calendars coupons.

    • soylatteqt

      i didn't have many things on my list this week, even though this seems like a good sale. my freezer is too full and the dry goods aren't what i need. i did go for a few things so i could get the penny item. the breakstone's were already sold out!! got a rain check, even though it was the first day of the sale. i guess that is proof that the breakstone is a fabulous deal. also, the quilted northern was almost sold out. wow. btw, i shop at the vestavia hills location.

    • Dawn

      Last week and again this week, Benfiber is mentioned in the ad as $3.89. In my Publix it was over $8! Couldn't find anything Benefiber for under $8.

      • fdixon

        Im in South Florida and I have found, most of the Health and Beauty Aids are more money than Northern States! Unless its an advertise price, the FREE items dont work!

        • Lauren

          I live in SW FL, and I found it, you just have to look in the right place (which is by the vitamins not the rest of the benefiber).

          Every Publix can have different prices, even two Publix in the same city can have different prices based on the neighborhood they are in. Higher socioeconomic area=higher prices, higher gas prices=higher grocery prices. Those are just a few examples.

          • Christina

            Funny, the opposite is true here in my hometown, Jax, FL. The wealthier areas of town have better prices in stores AND better gas prices. You'd think it would be like your town, but it definitely isn't.

      • Ashley

        It was like that up here in Ga too… My publix didn't have anything under 7.49 on the benefiber!

        • Lauren

          Look by the vitamins, not by the rest of the benefiber, that's where I found it.

    • Malinda

      I found $1 off coupon for Disney Vitamins on coupons.com. Goes great with the $4.50 price at Publix this week :)

      • Heidi

        Is this cheaper than when Kroger has BOGO on vitamins? I can't remember the Kroger price.

    • Bean

      I joined the Stouffer's challenge, but I didn't get the $1 off coupon. How do you get it?

      • AH

        Once you put in a little info it will generate the coupon, and you can print it and just not finish the rest of the way through.

    • Elizabeth

      I'm a novice at the coupon stuff. How come half of the coupon's mentioned I can't find in my Sunday paper. I live in the Greenville SC area. Thanks

      • micheline

        Elizabeth I live in the Greenville area as well..The Charlotte Observer usually has the coupons mentioned that Greenville News does not. You can buy it at Barnes and Nobles or Books a million.

        • Brooke

          From what I’ve seen Charlotte Observer does not have some that the Greenville news does. It’s $2 a paper, and was told that they only order 2 or 3 papers! So they are gone in a snap.

      • Lynnette

        I struggled with this too when I got started. Jenny has an AWESOME, AWESOME, AWESOME way of dealing with this! :) The larger papers in the nation have more coupons then we do here. Go under the tab at the top that says “Weekly Inserts” then go to SC and look under Greenville. Print that off and it shows you ALL the coupons that come out in the Sunday papers across the nation. The RED ones are not included in our Greenville paper, the blue ones are included, but have a different face value amount. I don't cut my coupons, I clip them together with a copy of these sheets and makes my life SO much easier!

      • Melody

        “Remember all coupons vary by region and newspaper. Some areas will get almost no coupons while other areas get all of these. You can see the differences for each week for papers across the south on Southern Savers. If you don’t get a coupon listed here that you want then try ordering it online.” This is from Jenny. I just copied & pasted. At the top of the page there is a tab that says “Weekly Inserts”. Click on it and look for “varia

        • Melody

          “Remember all coupons vary by region and newspaper. Some areas will get almost no coupons while other areas get all of these. You can see the differences for each week for papers across the south on Southern Savers. If you don’t get a coupon listed here that you want then try ordering it online.” This is from Jenny. I just copied & pasted.

          At the top of the page there is a tab that says “Weekly Inserts”. Click on it and look for “coupon variations” and the week you are working on. Hopefully someone has edited the list for your newspaper and you can see exactly which coupons you have. This list comes out a couple of days after Sunday's paper. Print it each week for you paper, put it with your inserts that week & reference it when you are looking for a certain coupon. It will save time flipping through the insert (several times because you know you must have missed the coupon) because you will have the edited list and know which Q's you actually have. For the ones you don't – you can order them online!!

          I hope this helps!!

      • Lana

        We get terrible coupons-I find it aggravating too. Spartanburg Herald Journal is no better and costs more so I guess we are stuck. You could buy papers from a larger city at Barnes and Nobles but I am not sure of the cost. If I really want the coupons I order them from a clipping service.

    • amy

      How in the world do you navigate the stouffers site for the coupons? I have registered and don't see any coupons. HELP!!!

      • Lisa

        I couldn't find them this morning either and then I read their facebook wall and they said there were no coupons on the facebook site

    • Melody

      I cannot get the SmartSource coupons to populate the screen when I click on the link. Am I doing something wrong? Is there an actual website I can go to? Even when I go to the list and click that link the coupons do not show. HELP!!! I did try Internet explorer and Firefox browsers.

      • Bran

        I am having a problem with the Smart Source printing also. Something about the a security certificate has expired. I can't print from home but can at work.

    • micheline

      Wasn't sure of this was mentioned already but the Juicy Juice printable coupon link, is to $1.00 off (1) 6 pk of 10 oz. bottles not 8 mentioned in the sale.Unless i happened to miss something..not sure but just as a heads up.

    • Melody

      “Remember all coupons vary by region and newspaper. Some areas will get almost no coupons while other areas get all of these. You can see the differences for each week for papers across the south on Southern Savers. If you don’t get a coupon listed here that you want then try ordering it online.” This is from Jenny. I just copied & pasted.

      At the top of the page there is a tab that says “Weekly Inserts”. Click on it and look for “coupon variations” and the week you are working on. Hopefully someone has edited the list for your newspaper and you can see exactly which coupons you have. This list comes out a couple of days after Sunday's paper. Print it each week for you paper, put it with your inserts that week & reference it when you are looking for a certain coupon. It will save time flipping through the insert (several times because you know you must have missed the coupon) because you will have the edited list and know which Q's you actually have. For the ones you don't – you can order them online!!

      I hope this helps!!

      • Melody

        Sorry, this was supposed to be in reply to Elizabeth's post!!

    • Ashley

      There were an extra peelie on some of the Nature Valley Granola Bars boxes at my Publix in Kennesaw… for three FREE Yoplait yogurts when you buy one box of Nature Valley bars. Combine that with the .50/1 (Manu. from Target) and you have yourself a cheap breakfast!

      There was also an extra B1G1 peelie on the Beggin' Strips dog treats and since those are already B1G1 in the publix ad this week, it make them $.25 a bag (when you use the $1 off coupon from the paper). Not bad for them being $3 each normally!

      • ToddDu

        The peelie at my store was $1 off the very same bars you are buying (same as doubling printable), so $1 for box, this is definitely stock up price for me

      • carolyn090

        has anyone had any luck using the pet rewards coupon from wd 10/10 with this deal

    • 2godbglory

      Need some advice! I live in NFL and our Publix do not double and you have to buy both to get the deal. I found that Publix in Kingsland GA don't double but BOGO ring up half off. My husband gets free gas from his work I wonder if the 1.3 one way… hour trip up to kingsland would save me alot more. We are a family of 5. If I use two MF on the BOGO here would that be the same as two MF in GA? Thank you for all the responses I've gotton.

      • ybryan

        That doesn't sound like it would be worth it. What is that – 140 miles roundtrip? probably the wear and tear on the car would counteract any savings, and it could get him in trouble if work found out about it since they might notice the increase and consider it stealing. Couldn't you just stock up on the BOGO and use them later?

        • 2godbglory

          Thanks for the info. The gas is a perk he gets every week!! (Yea) It's another way we get to save. :)

          • I live in south FL and by matching coupons to sales and using Winn Dixie or Albertson’s competitor Q’s, I usually save between 85% and92% on my weekly groceries!!

      • Steph

        If your store in FL will let you use 2 mfg coupons on BOGO's it would end up being the same price as at the GA store where it rings up half price and getting 2 and using 2 coupons. The starting price may be a few cents off from one store to another, but if you were gonna get 2 anyways, it's basically the same.

        • 2godbglory

          Thanks that helps so all I miss out on is the double. :-)

      • carolyn090

        i shop both ga and fla sales bc of where i live.i shop in kingsland ga. only when i have to. its a realy nice store ,but there must be alot of bargin hunters in kingsland bc the good coupon deals are never in stock, they are out by lunch time on the start day of a new sale .so i dont think it would be worth the trip

    • ToddDu

      4 Nature Valley bars
      4 Taco Bell Dinner kits
      2 Glass Plus
      3 Ziploc
      2 Wise chips
      2 Lance crackers
      2 Vivarin (only ones on sale I could find but money maker)
      $7.94 OOP + tax, savings of $48.92

    • Stacy

      My publix let me buy 6 peanut butter (B1G1), which cost $4.49 each. I also bought the Aquafina for $3.99, so I qualified for the ConAgra deal to get the $10 Publix Gift card.

      There are also coupons in the Congra Summertime Savings Guide for $1 off 3 peanut butter. So, using $2 in coupons and getting the $10 gift card (later), my net is $5.46 paid for 24 waters and 6 huge jars of peanut butter!!!!!

      We are ready for hurricane season now!!!

      • 3monkeysmom

        If the peanut butter is BOGO how is it enough $$$ to qualify for the gift card? I know that for rebates and deals like this, it's usually based on the price before coupons but even before coupons, your total is still under $20, only $13.47 for the peanut butter.
        The rebate form says you have to buy $50 in groceries, $20 of which has to be in ConAgra foods AND you have to buy either Aquafina or Gatorade, which I'm assuming by the way it reads, isn't included in the $20.
        Sorry, not trying to be nit-picky :-) I was trying to figure out what to buy in order to do this myself, and was just wondering how you got it to qualify if your total was under the $20.

        • Joy

          She probably lives in FL where they do true bogo. So, on her receipt, it would ring full price for all six ($26.94) and then deduct 3 ($13.47).

    • Rashelle

      Does anyone know of another zip code for the College Inn Broth Q, I can't find it under the one she listed.

      • Rona

        I could not find it either. Went to 2 other savings sites both had it listed as 19422–but not under that zip either. I love this broth, please post if you find the zip. Rona

      • Jeanna Lynn

        try the zip 39452. I printed mine from here.

    • Dona

      For those of us who thought the April mailable subscription of All You didn't have the Stouffer's coupon – LOOK on page 102. It isn't listed on the table of contents as a coupon, but I found it. It is also in April Good Housekeeping page 202 (not numbered but says Good Deal's & Smart Steals above the coupons). They are both $1.00/1 Stouffer's Family Entree. I hope this helps! I couldn't ever get it to print off the website.

      • Carrie

        Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

    • Jodie

      A friend of mine went to publix (in St. Pete area) last night and the cashier told her that their new policy was to only accept $5 worth of Internet coupons per visit. Has anyone else heard of this??

      • Crystal

        Oh gosh that would be terrible. I would be mad!

      • Wookie2010

        Don't believe anything those crackpots say….They don't know anything…They only think it could have been was that your coupons were over your order total. publix management and customer service is the worst in Marietta, GA East Piedmont loc. They have some of the rudest customer service management!! Don't believe anything an associate tells you, they know nothing….they make up stuff as they go! Always double check, if you have to, say “okay, well, I will shop elsewhere then!” That is unheard of and bogus!

        • Jodie

          She actually went up to customer service who did give her the value of her other coupons, but had a printed piece of paper that stated that this was their new policy. Interesting. I'll be unhappy if this is the case though.

          • Sue

            Is she sure that the paper said $5 worth? Maybe it meant that they would not accept a printable that was more than $5 in value. A lot of stores are doing that.

            • Carrie

              This is what I was about to write. My store doesn't accept internet coupons that are more than $5 in value. Maybe the cashier was confused and thought she had been told by management $5 in coupons total. LIke mentioned above, always double check with an actual store manager. Mine know me by site now.

            • Jodie

              No, she said she saw the printout. they said they had just received it and that you could only use $5 worth of internet coupons in a transaction :o(

          • Lauren

            Always, ALWAYS, talk to the store manager. Not the customer service manager, not a customer service associate, not a cashier. His/her name will be listed at the top of the receipt. If you can't seem to find someone who will let you talk to him, go home and send a message through the publix website and say that you only want to hear from the manager, and explain that you will take your coupons to another publix or store if this is the case.
            I can almost guarantee the manager will call you, and that what they told you is a load of crap. Usually I don't have time to stop at the customer service desk when I have a problem or question so I use the online customer service and every time the manager of the store has called me within a week, and both times they have told me that if I have a problem with my coupons in the store to ask for them (and this was to different managers, at two different publix, in to different cities.)

            It would be so nice if each manager would just type up a coupon policy and at the very least train their employees in it and/or distribute it to the customers.

        • Valerie

          I live in West Cobb, Marietta, GA, and the Publix on Dallas Hwy. and the Publix on Macland Road are great. I say talk to a manager and express your discontent. Publix employees are stockholders too and they usually want the customer to be happy.

      • Phyllis

        I just got home from a Publix in St Pete and I had well over $5.00 in internet coupons with no issue, and one of the supervisors was my bagger, so I don't know. Which Publix did your friend go to? By the way if it is the one I go to (Shoppes at Royal), the store manager told me that they started taking Walgreens Register Rewards!! yay! but, just let her know that the cashiers don't know about this, and it takes a little work to get them to take it.

    • Robynne in TN

      Does the “Stouffer's Entree” coupon you get from the limk work for Stouffer's Easy Express Skillet Meals?


      to the Ladies who took all the peelies off the Ritz crackers!!! Shame on you! You know who you are. (brunswick, ga Publix). you ruin it for those that just want one or two bags!!!

      • julie

        oh! I shop at the Publix..I sure wish I would have seen them! I would have said something to them. grrr

        • Lori

          ME TOO!!! If people see others doing this, SAY SOMETHING to them. Well, that's what I would do anyway. If nothing else, I would embarrass them for being such LOSERS. It's people like that that will eventually ruin all of the extras for everyone else. Pisses me off…

    • khangy

      The Publix in Moore, SC had $1 peelies on the Nature Valley Granola bars – making it $1 a box. And they had tons!

      • Crystal

        if you printed the .50 coupons they would be free!!! Wow, thats a great buy. My store didnt have peelies on ours…:(

    • Crystal

      Whose job is it to put the peelies on products? Is it the stores or does it come from the products seller before they even go on sale?

      • micheline

        According to mu hubby who is employeed by Publix.,its the manufacturer whose job it is to place peelies on the box.Problem they are having is people going in and taking all the peelies and not buying the products and taking ALL of the peelies. So some manufacturers are considering not doing it anymore because its more of a hassle then its worth.Which ruins it for those who do it the right way,and not being peelie hogs…so hopefully this will make some people stop and let others have some too.

        • fullhouse

          my publix is trying a different approach, they sometimes put the peelies on the advantage flier and put any tear pad q's too with it. sometimes it's good if you get a coupon that would have been out, and sometimes it's bad if you would have purchased more because the product had peelies. Anyway, that's just what our store does to give a fair chance to everyone.

      • carolinesurfs

        I was in a Summerville SC Publix a few months ago, and the stockboy was taking the peelies OFF boxes of brownies as he was restocking the shelves (would have made them .20 ea with the BOGO sale that was going on at the time).
        I'm pretty sure he either threw them away or gave them to employees. He handed me two because I was looking at his display, but I would have gladly taken more! I think it is wrong that Publix was taking off the peelies that the manufacturer placed on the boxes.

      • Shawna

        I went into the Publix in Summerville, SC & all the peelies for the movie codes on the Nature Valley gronla bars boxes were gone. It would make more sense to put the peelies inside the box.

    • Crystal

      In regards to the All You Mag- I am considering subscribing, but I always see people commenting about how their home issue is different then the issue you would buy off the shelf at Walmart. How true is this, does anyone who subscibes miss out on the posted deals each week because their issue is different in coupons?

      • Christine


      • fullhouse

        there's only slight differences, I like having it delivered vs having to go into walmart to get one, I think I've only missed out on a few q's. Im happy with the subscription, I got it for a steal of a deal a few months ago through Jenny, so even missing a few q's here and there doesn't make up for paying full price at wal mart either. Just some thoughts.

      • Sue

        I subscribe but have my doubts about re-newing. I will usually check the one in Wal-Mart after I receive mine and if there is an extra insert in it, I buy a second copy. It is usually for ConAgra products and I buy a lot of those. This seems to happen about every other ,month.

      • Carrie

        I agree with both Sue and fullhouse. It seems that my subscription issue is missing more of the coupons I would and therefore I am also having doubts about re-newing. But like fullhouse, it's nice having it delivered and it beats paying full price at Wal-Mart. I would have to say that I use about 1 coupon a month (some months I haven't used any). I would have to say that for me, the magazine isn't worth the coupons. The same deals will come eventually when there would be a newspaper coupon or an internet coupon available that I could use instead of the All You coupons.

      • marysc

        I won't be renewing because of this and have emailed All You to complain. I don't find enough coupons in the delivered All You (that I can't find other places) to justify the subscription.

        • I did one of the subscription deals, so paid a ridiculously low price per issue. I save or make money with every issue, so it's worth it to me even if I don't get the same coupons as the store edition.

    • Christine

      Where can I get the Target “Flip, Clip, Save” booklet?

      • joan

        it comes in the mail; don't know how/why i got it.

    • morgan

      If you are shopping for Frappuccino this week, keep your eyes open for the B2G1 tearpad on the display (unless you shop at the store in Anderson, SC, as the lady behind me took the entire sign, tearpad and all and stuffed it into her purse). I used one with 2-$1 off coupons for a pretty good deal.

      • FL_Girl

        How rude is that. Some people have no consideration.

        • morgan

          She didn't care. The manager was ten feet away and watched her do it. But anyway, that's not my point. My point was to watch for the tearpads.

    • Faith T

      Thanks so much Southern Savers!! Because of this site I have learned to be a coupon queen! :)
      This week at Publix I bought $355.77 for just $22.12. It took work, but it was so much fun!!

      • stacey

        that is SUPER impressive!

    • jerriducker

      does anyone have another zip code for college inn broth. i have tried the two listed and i get nothing. thanks

    • Ginger

      I am so frustrated with the stouffer site I have registered and joined the dinner club and still no coupon not a 1.00 or 2.50 off I have looked at everything on their website and I dont know what else to do did anybody get the coupons? if so how??? Thanks this website is a real help

      • Deb

        i can't get it either. Help!! I want to take these on vacation.

        • marysc

          A reply from Stouffers on their Facebook wall stated that there are no coupons available now. And I noticed Jenny removed them from the list.

      • Phyllis

        I got mine by joining the “fix dinner challenge” at the following site http://www.letsfixdinner.com/User.aspx/Join but it looks like it is for the entrees not the skillet meals, you may be able to use it for either. I fear coupon beepage so I just used it for the Family sized entree that is 3.99 this week. Hope this helps :)

      • Same problem for ages. I think I got coupons once, but never had a chance to match them with any sales. I feel like I'm missing something for Stouffers. I really dislike the setup of the Nestle sites. I'm not interested in entertainment and I'm tired of having to sign up for this, that, or the other everytime I want to look for a coupon.

    • Susan

      FYI – The Publix on ATL HWY in Montgomery, AL is now accepting all other competitor coupons. I didn't go down a list of competitors but I do know they will take Target coupons – Yeah! That made my day. And, after weeks of trying to save more than I spend, I finally succeeded last night. It wasn't a huge difference but I was excited nonetheless.

      • Wendy

        Hi Susan,
        I live in Mtgmy too and wonder which Pulbix you used? Is it the one on the East side of town or closer to Cols. Blvd? I also met a lady that said the Publix in Pratville will accept Costco coupons, Walgreens, CVS, and the RiteAid $5 for $25. It might be worth the drive. Thanks!

        • Susan

          Hi Wendy, it is the one close to Col. Blvd. Didn't know that about the Prattville Publix. Thanks for sharing!

    • rosewood4

      has anyone else had trouble finding the college inn coupon I used the zip code 19477 but could not find it

      • Christy Carpenter

        I couldn't find it either, and it has been there for ages. Maybe they finally used up their available prints???

    • MusicMama

      There is a $1/1 coupon on the Pop Tart boxes at BiLo. Ours has 8+4 free packs (12 packs at the 8 pack price). They were $2.50 last week. They have a $1/1 of the new GRAPE 8 pack. I stocked up on the 8+4 packs last week and have 5 of the $1/1 8 packs this week making the grape $.59 each.

    • fern

      I looked and looked for the hebrew national coupon in the july issue of All You mag and have not been able to find it. anybody know which page to look in.

      • jennifer

        The coupon was in the conagra coupon booklet that had tiny coupons and a offer page for the rebate if you spen 10.00. let me know if you dont find it. I had a hard time too and flew right past the insert the first time.

        • Debbie K

          We are talking about June All You, right? I can't find a coupon booklet in mine at all. I feel bad that I bought the wonderful “All You” magazine from the fund raiser you had to get coupons and now the coupons you list aren't in there. Why would the magazine have diff coupons?

          • Anonymous

            There are more coupons in the ones for sale in Walmart. I also think it’s a huge ripoff. Let’s all email All You and let them know!!!

          • Suemh

            The magazine sold in Wal Mart sometimes has an extra coupon insert in the middle. It is usually for ConAgra products. I have a subscription, but I normally check the Wal Mart edition and if there is an extra insert buy one.

            • jennifer

              Yeah I bought mine in Walmart and it had the insert. That is good to know because i just signed up for subscription and will watch the mags at the store too. :)

    • megan

      picked up toothpaste, south beach bars, and taco bell dinner kits. thanks southern savers!

    • Melissa

      I went to Publix today to get the Infusium Shampoo and Conditioner. I had two $3 manfu. coupons and one store coupon for bogo. The cashier and store manager that was on duty at the time would only let me use 1 manfu. coupon and store coupon. He said since I was already getting one free then I couldn't use 2 manf. coupons. Am I missing something because I thought we could use 2 manf. coupons?

      • Debbie Crawford

        Hi, I'm wondering the same thing. I have two coupons plus store q and wanted to know if this deal would work?

      • kelley

        Many of us have been able to use 2 man qs and the store BOGO with no problem. I did this deal 2 different times with no problem.

        • Melissa

          I was able to use 2 manf. coup with a store bogo the other day for the stayfree but some reason they wouldn't let me use it today for the shampoo. weird

      • SFLS

        I can't even find any Infusium in my local Publix stores – checked 5 different stores!

        • Randi

          they have been sold out at my store for awhile too…

        • Carla C

          Same here I was told that the wharehouse was out of the item and they didn’t know when they would get anymore in stock. It gets very frustrating b/c it’s happening every week w/ atleast two items on my list. Helena, AL Publix and others in the surrounding area.

    • Nicole

      I went to Publix today and spent $177 – and saved $166!!! I was so excited! I have so much stuff I don't know where to put it all. My two oldest kids helped me cut coupons and I took them with me to the store. They thought it was awesome how much stuff we got and how much money we saved. Thanks!!!!

    • mollie456

      FYI Breakstone's products also qualify for Kraft Foods rebate according to their product website…

    • Phyllis

      The Decatur, Ak

    • Phyllis

      The Decatur, Alabama, Publix has always accepted coupons up to five days after the expiration date, but today, with at least 6 coupons dated 5/31 on sale items, I found out that they have stopped taking any coupon after the expiration date. Told the manager this was the first time I had left that store unhappy. They could have at least put up a sign or something.

      • SDF

        I know it feels like you should be upset, but maybe if you look at it like this….they were REALLY doing us HUGE favors for taking coupons after they expire, so now they are just more following rules…maybe that will help you feel better about it and not be 'unhappy' with a wonderful system that is set forth to help us all save money! I don't want any of us to get angry when they abide by rules that help them not go out of business! I'm one extremely grateful couponer for them even allowing us to use competitor along with mfr. Q's! I'm thankful everytime I leave the store for many reasons! Happy couponing!

      • I agree with you – it is not being ungracious or unappreciative to want to find out about major couponing changes BEFORE you get in line. It makes the shopping experience more pleasant for the couponer, the people in line behind them, and the cashier. I think it's a courtesy that all the grocery stores should be more aware of.

    • Kerri

      The Publix in Simpsonville, SC no longer accepts Target coupons :(

      • Brooke

        Target store coupons or the mfr with Target logo?

        • Kerri

          Target store coupons.

      • Tasha

        I found this out last week and was quite disappointed.

    • Emmycat

      I need to double-check something. The Con-Agra rebate from All You magazine says in tiny print something about “more than one receipt from more than one Supercenter.” Am I interpreting this correctly to mean that only WalMart receipts will be accepted for the rebate?

      BTW, I have to brag a little. I spent $40.15 at Publix today and saved $73.79! I know some of you out there can do much better than that, but I am thrilled. Thanks Southern Savers for helping me learn how to use coupons for super savings!

      • Brooke

        They accept receipts from any store. I did it last time.

        • Emmycat


      • Randi

        I also did this last time and shopped at Publix. I got the coupon book with no problem

    • Tyrin

      has anyone in greenville southcarolina found the 0.79 jergens i can not find it anywhere

    • alivias_closet

      Did anyone attend the coupon meeting at the Publix in WR on Russell? I was just curious what changes are coming. I wasn't able to make it because I'm out of town :(

    • CrystalT

      Am I reading this wrong about the B1G1? The way I read it was that I could buy two use two B1G1 coupons and get both for free. Is that not how it works? Just checking.

      • you can use 1 BOGO Q and a $ off/1 Q on 2 items. But not 2 BOGO Q's.

      • itismedia

        If you use a BOGO coupon you are in essance only buying one item so you can't turn around and say you are buying the free one to use another coupon, but you can use a $$ off one for the one you buy….

    • Susan

      The Pepperidge Deli Flats are B1G1 this week also? Anyone know of any coupons for them?

    • FL_Girl

      I just wanted to let all of you know that Publix is currently collecting donations for the Children's Miracle Network. The donations come in $1, $3, or $5 dollar increments and you get a sheet of manufacturer coupons with each. I'm not sure of what the exact coupons are but I can definitely get a list. They will specifically be benefiting local hospitals; I know in the Tampa Bay area our collections are going to All-Children's Hospital in St. Pete. Every dollar counts, and with as much as all of us are saving thanks to Jenny's awesome site I think that a dollar is definitely feasible. It's a great cause :)

    • Cindy H

      There is a booklet found in Lowe's. You can get them at the cash register. They are all store coupons. I don't know if anyone will accept them as competitor's or if lowe's will allow you to stack. There are $48 worth of Qs in there for cleaners and air fresheners and such. If anyone knows of their policy please let me know.

      • denaSC

        My Publix will not except Lowes coupons

    • gr mrt

      saw where there was 10 off coupon if you spend 20. had something to do w/ codes… can someone fill me in

    • TONJA


      • denaSC

        I live in SC and it came in the Sunday Paper

      • itismedia

        Mine came in the flip and clip home mailer a couple of weeks ago

    • Em

      hello I am new to this what do I need to do to get started i have already printed out my grocery list for publix where do all the coupons and stuff come from? Do I need to print out the printable ones here on this website? Sorry I guess I am not that smart when it comes to being thrifty…

      • doriety

        try the tutorials, etc. on this website. There is a lot to learn! happy couponing

      • Take the time to read the Getting Started Guide at the top of this page, and also watch the Tutorial videos. Lots of beginner info there.
        Begin to get at least 2 Sunday papers each week, for the inserts. Save those inserts and use the coupons as the items go on sale. Matching coupons to sales is the way to get the lowest prices.

      • itismedia

        Start small! Don't overwhelm yourself and try to do a marathon trip using every coupon you clipped.

        Everyone is right, look at Jenny's tutorials she has a lot of good information on them. They are not very long and you could watch all of them in less than 30 minutes (with interruptions because there will be interruptions ha ha).

        Figure out how to organize your coupons. Some just pull the inserts each week, stick a post it on it with the date and clip as needed. I clip everything, keep and file what I want and then trade my leftovers with a friend for her leftovers.

        If you don't want to buy two papers every week, make sure you at least buy two the first of the month. That is when the most coupons come out. The bigger the paper, the more coupons you will have.

        Use Jenny's list to make your list and then match your coupons to it. I usually just write out my list (including prices) from Jenny's and then check for the coupons. If I don't have one I ask myself if I HAVE to have it, very rarely I do. I generally will not buy something unless it is onsale and I have a coupon.

        I have been doing this for several years so my food/health and beauty/etc… is stockpiled so I can afford to wait on a sale or a coupon on most items. After a coupole of months you will notice your grocery list getting smaller and smaller and weirder and weirder! There are some weeks I buy no meats, but I buy 8 jars of pasta sauce, 10 loaves of bread, 3 bottles of detergent and cat litter. There are 6 in my family by the way so these are amounts we will go through within 4-6 weeks or less.

        Watch the videos and read other posters comments and then ask questions where you have them. We were all where you are at one point, even if some don't remember it! =+)

        Most importantly – HAVE FUN

    • stacey

      Just back from my Publix trip – didn't do as well as I'd like to have done, but I did manage to get (4) YoPlus at .25 each, and I got Dial body wash for $0.25 each too! That was worth all the other slurges! Total spent $142.27 – Total saved $105.74! I was pretty happy with that since I got lots of fruit, fresh veggies and meats! Thanks Jenny!

    • act4

      Went to the Publix Warner Robins/Houston County coupon policy meeting last night and here is the new policies outlined. These go into effect June 16th.

      Non-traditional Grocery Stores:
      Absolutely no Rite Aid, Dollar General, or Family Dollar coupons are allowed. CVS and Walgreens they will honor any $ off product coupons but not $ off order. Target they will also only take $ off Product and they will also take coupons that are like buy 3 get 1 free. So this means no CVS extra bucks, or Walgreens Register Rewards will be taken anymore. They will also not take coupons from the Walgreens ad since they don't price match (i.e. with coupon get gummy bears for $.39).

      Traditional Grocery Stores:

      Will only take Kroger, Food Lion, and Winn Dixie coupons and will take any type of coupon from these stores, but will not double them.

      You can only use 2 coupons per item. Either a store coupon and a Manufacture coupon or a Competitor and Manuf. You can not use a store and competitor on the same item. They will treat coupons that have target logo but say Manuf. coupon as a Manuf. coupon not a competitor coupon.

      They will also take Commissary or Military coupons.

      They will not take any Harvey's or Save A Lot coupons.

      They also will now limit all sale items that are purchased with a coupon to 4 per person. I like this one so the shelves aren't wiped clean before Wed. afternoon. I did ask though about things like Yogurt and Powerade that the limit 4 is a little low for those types of items and they are going to get back to me on that as well as the items they advertise as 10 for $10.

      They would also like you to give your coupons before scanning items.

      They will only take Internet coupons up to $5.00

      No internet coupons for a Free item, but if you have a buy 1 get 1 free it is ok and they will take that.

      Have to have the mystery coupon which is in section A of the paper.

      Rain Checks for Ads only and no rainchecks till the last week for things in the green and yellow flyers.

      No rain checks for coupons.

      That about sums it up, they said the policy will be posted on June 16th. So until then they will take all the coupons they have been taking.

      • alivias_closet

        Thank you so much for posting the new policy!

        I'm not thrilled about them no longer accepting RR as those are manufacture coupons, but I'll live with it. It just means that for me I'll purchase my meat and fruits/veggies at the Commissary and use the RR there.

      • hmmm, so does that means 4 items total on B1G1 deals too (with coupons)?

      • Kimberly

        Sounds more than fair. Thanks for letting us know.

      • Carrie

        I shop in Murfreesboro, TN and that policy sounds very similar to my store except they currently don't have the 4 item rule. I wish that they did.

      • Crystal

        I hope they raise the limit for Powerades/ Gatorades. I have 3 sixteen year old boys that play traveling baseball. Four drinks would not get us through a game!

      • Jennifer

        This sounds fair to me! One question I have about the internet coupons up to $5. Does that mean up to $5 on one coupon or the total of all internet coupons can't be more than $5?

    • christy

      if the mfr coupon says you must buy 3 and you do, can you then use another mfr coupon that says you must buy 3 or no?

      • Suemh

        No, not for the same 3 products.

    • J.W.

      Just got back and here is what I got:

      2 boxes of Post Select cereals (B1G1)
      2 Quaker Instant oats ($1.99 each but used (2) $1 Qs to make it $1.99 for both)
      2 Yoplait Yoplus (B1G1 and used (2) $1 Q's to make it $.50 for both)
      2 Taco Bell dinner kits (B1G1 and used $1/2 Q to make it $1.69 for both)
      1 Pack of Danonino (had a $1 Q)
      1 Daisy sour cream (on sale for $1.50)
      12 Chobani Greek yogurts (used (3) B2G1 manuf. Q's and stacked with (3) Publix B2G1 Q's to get six free [I checked with customer svc. before I did this])
      2 Thomas english muffins (B1G1)
      2 Green Giant valley fresh steamers (B1G1 and used (2) $.50 Q's to get both for $1.39)
      4 International Delight creamers (used (2) B1G1 blinkies, (2) $.55 manuf. Q's and (2) Publix $.55 Q's to get all 4 for $1.40)

      Total OOP: $24.17
      Total saved: $40.84

      I haven't started getting the Sunday paper yet to get the inserts and usually just stack IP's with Publix Q's. So while I'm not as good as some of you ladies on here, I think I made out alright! I'll be heading to Winn-Dixie tomorrow to grab the B1G1 deals on Ronzoni and Oscar Meyer turkey bacon.

      • CouponDad

        Why is it that all you “ladies” refer to every couponer on here as ladies or girls or women or moms? There are guys that love to get a great deal couponing also you know. Unless we are not welcomed here! I see it all the time and I finally had to say something. To the few ladies that do recognize us guys, I apologize for venting!

        • bhflood

          Apologies Coupon Dude! Way to go! You are welcome and remind us that saving money is not gender specific. :) I guess it's a deep seated cultural imprint leftover from the '50's? LOL I don't know but please forgive us- we know what it's like to be referred to as 'guys' in a non-gender specific way and must be used to it. It may take many generations for us to overcome our gender stereotypes- please don't hold it against us and keep sharing your coupon success stories and tips!!!

        • J.W.

          I do apologize for offending you . . . no harm was meant. It is a cultural stereotype as another poster put it. I'll try not to take your vent personally as it obviously has happened before. I'll try to remember next time to refer to all the “ladies and guys.”

      • bhflood

        That's awesome JW!!!!! I have a subscription to my local paper (had it before I started couponing) and am experimenting for a month to see if it's worth it to buy the $4 Atlanta paper (seems to be so far because their coupon books are much thicker) and an extra local. My local (Savannah) just started a special Sunday section called Savvy Shopper to push more subscriptions and an increase in local business coupons. I'm going to ck out their 'discounted' add on subscription for additional Sunday papers and see if it's worth it. I just started this in Feb. and add a new skill every month or so like rebating and stuff like that. I'm getting there. Good luck!

    • Lori

      Hello, The Publix in Duncan SC has a bunch of clearance Pantene products for 2 for $3.59. If you have $2 off Pantene coupons, make them free plus overage!! I had only 1 coupon:( Was in there June 5th 2010 at 9 pm

      • Audrey

        Lori where did you find the $2 off Pantene coupon?

        • bhflood

          I don't know where Lori got her coupon but I got mine from a Vocal Point product trial. There are a bunch of $1 off coupons out there right now so it's still a good dea (.80 for a bottle after coupon I think) l- ck the drugstore posts to see if any pantene coupons are listed or do a site search on southernsavers. The Pantene clearance is going on in Savannah GA also so I'm thinking it's in a lot of places.

    • brecca

      I am in Birmingham, AL and subscribe to the Birmingham News. I am finding that there are many occassions when I don't get alot of the coupons that Jenny includes on this site or they will have a different value. For instance, for this ad alone, I didn't have the Nabisco coupon SS 5/16 for $1/2, the Hebrew National Coupon SS 5/23 for $.75/1 and the Yoplait YoPlus SS 4/18 was $.50 instead of a $1.00 (which I realize doesn't matter because of doubling, but still speaks to the difference in coupons). Can anyone help me understand this? Is there another paper that I could subscribe to that would be better?

      • Suemh

        The bigger the paper, the more coupons you get. I do not know about your area, but do understand your frustration. Go to the top of the page and click on Weekly inserts and then on regional coupons. You can check out the variations in the papers that you have acess to and decide if there is a better one for you.

      • gary

        I was just about to write the same thing, because usually I don't have at least half of the ones listed in SS or RP for the dates that are shown, but this week was ridiculous. SS booklets that I haven't even touched, like 5/16, 5/02, and 4/11 had only 2 of the items listed above that I could tell from Birmingham. Are these regional or am I missing something?

      • 3monkeysmom

        I get the B'ham news too. Although there are alot of times we don't get some of the good coupons that other people are getting, there are also alot of times we get the good coupons and other people don't. For instance, with the $5 Hydro q and the $4 Nivea q a few weeks back…we got them but I saw alot of posts from people who didn't. If I don't get the good ones from the paper, I will try to see if it's available as a printable from coupons(dot)com, smartsource(dot)com or redplum(dot)com. I've also noticed that there are some websites that allow you to print some of the same coupons from coupons(dot)com from their site and that would get you another 2 prints when you've hit your print limit on coupons(dot)com. I printed 2 Fiber One Yogurt q's from coupons(dot)com, then printed another 2 from eatingbetteramerica(dot)com.

        I've never done this, but I've seen people recommend going on Ebay to order coupons or using a coupon-clipping service :-)

      • Go to a Barnes & Noble or Borders and see what other large city newspapers are available on Sunday.

      • hey well if you can't find the coupons she mentions try http://www.mycouponhunter.com she “sells” the coupons I use her often and love her service! She is fast as well, also if you have a eBay account gobs and gobs of coupons are there!

    • Ann

      About the ConaAgra rebate from Summertime Savings. Is the $50 total before coupons or after? I typically save around 50% and don't think I have anywhere near $100 before coupons.

      • Melissa

        before coupons…

    • Beth

      Does anyone know if the Publix in Chattanooga (East Brainerd store, but I'd consider going to the surrounding ones) takes the Walgreen's RR? Thanks!

    • Andra

      Does anyone know where to get the Flip, Clip, and Save coupons?? I'm sorry if this has already been answered, but I don't have time to go through all the comments. Thanks! :)

      • itismedia

        It is a home mailer that Target sends out from time to time. It reminds me of a children's book where you can flip it and put a cat's head on an elephant's body with a bird's feet. =+) There are generally three coupons per page and they tear out seperately. They are all Target coupons. Every once in awhile I will find a man. coupon. I can't for the life if me remember how I started getting them. I don't remember signing up for them, but I may have. If someone offers me free coupons, I will usually sign up. =+)

    • Em

      may sound stupid but what is the green advantage buy flyer?

      • The advantage flyers come out 2 times a month. Green and yellow. They are usually located at the front of the store by the regular ads. Sometimes they have good prices listed or good coupons to stack with other manufacturer coupons.
        Make sure that you take the time to read the Getting Started Guide at the top of this page.

    • Anyone know where the B2G1 Coffee mate Q is? there's no link and I don't remember ever seeing one.. Thanks in Advance!

      • Marina115

        that offer ended a couple weeks ago. I guess jenny listed it for people who printed it earlier. sorry

    • I spent $14 and saved $127 today! Used a $5/$50 Albertson's Q and a free $25 gift card. That included 2 Pull Ups, 4 Ziplock bags, 2 Milk, 3 Olay facial cleanser (rain check) two 9 Lives cat food (rain check), 4 Taco Bell kits, 4 College Inn broth, 2 Publix salad, 2 Athenos Fets, 1 Phazyme, 1 Vivarin, and… and…. I am quite pleased!! :-)

    • Also in B'ham here! It does get frustrating – especially when I have my little Rite Aid or CVS deals all paperclipped and ready, just waiting for the coupon that is supposed to be in that week's insert – had to do some shuffling this week due to no John Frieda coupons (was able to find them other places, just had to juggle a little) All part of the “game” I guess! Even if I can't get all the deals I'm looking for – I chalk up whatever I find to more than I had before!!

    • Kate

      Made a trip to Publix on Saturday to use my free coupon from Tropicana Juicy Rewards but the cashier told me that they are not currently honoring them. Apparently a woman came in shortly before me and made a huge scene, yelled at the manager, and said she would no longer be shopping at Publix. Unfortunately Tropicana is not refunding the stores for the coupons at this point but Publix is working to have the issue resolved. After a very calm discussion with the manager he gave me the juice for free and let me keep my coupon for when they can work it out. I was really disappointed that the woman before me was so rude, we should be happy that Publix does accept all of the coupons that they do and I rarely run into an issue, in this case it is understandable, they are not getting paid by the company so instead of being angry with Publix, I think we need to be upset with Tropicana. Just wanted to vent, thanks Jenny for everything that you do, and thanks to everyone that posts other specials they see under the comment section, it really helps our family.

    • patti

      what is wrong with this publix list this week? i am wasting so much time trying to get my list together because i go to print up a printable coupon and it's not there (college inn broth) or the coupon is only for 50 cents instead of a dollar (yoplait) or i waste alot of time signing up or looking all over a website for the coupon only to not find it at all (stouffers skillet meals, kraft mail in rebate, yoplait) .

      • StaceyB

        I just printed off the $1/1 YoPlus yogurts. The Green Giant coupons are also working in case you are interested.

      • Marina115

        the kraft mail in rebate was offered a few weeks ago. You had to sign up for the sample and they sent you a rebate form in the mail. The college inn broth was available last week. Once they hit their max number of coupons available, the manufacturer pulls the coupon. If you live in any state other than FL, your .50 coupon will always double to a $1 (in most stores).

    • Mary

      Can someone tell me how to get the $2.50 coupon from Stouffer's. I signed up but no any coupons appear.

      • MelinGA

        I just tried the Stouffers coupon too – I saw on the facebook page someone had asked and they (Stouffers) replied they weren't offering those anymore. I guess it was a limited quantiry offer and we missed it :( oh well, that's how it goes sometimes.

    • Cindy

      To all fellow couponers, I love Publix, they are great to their customers, treat us to the best couponing deals you can get. I was told by the store manager they are changing some of their policies, I see somone below outlined the changes coming. Seriously folks, realize how great they treat us, how blessed we are to get all the deals we do!! I am able to feed my family and constantly bless others that are in need with the great deals I've gotten from them. Many of the changes are coming because of US taking advantage of the couponing game… I just coupons for things I need or can bless someone else with, but I have seen fellow couponers selling stuff and taking advantage of the system.
      I personally am so gratful to Jenny and Publix!!! Both have saved me so much money. Coupon fairly, be courteous, occassionally buy something you need without a coupon, you reap the benefits from them, show your appreciation instead of whining so much!!

      • dgram41

        Very well said Cindy! My cashiers @ Publix always thank me for being a “courteous couponer”. They've told me some stories that make me understand why things may be changing!

        BTW, I just received a home mailer from Publix entitled “Common Goals”. It's about soccer. There is a coupon inside for $5.00 off a $30.00+ purchase. SWEET!!

    • Kari

      Just got back from Publix (S Fl) and the Lance crackers were $2.89 (not on sale). Any one else run into this???

      • Debbie

        I found the same thing, not on sale…

    • Kari

      Also…they were not listed in our weekly circular.

    • ellen

      my Publix in south florida had peelies on the sargento cheese, buy 2 pkgs and get free pepperidge farm buns. The yellow advantage flyer has a store coupon for 1.00 off 2 pkgs. of sargento cheese and coupons.com has a .55 cent manufacturer coupon. If your store doubles you have an even better deal.

    • pharmSCgirl

      I contacted the makers of PhillySwirl products last week to see if they would send me any coupons for their products thinking that they would send $ off coupons to where I could get them cheap while they are B1G1. I received my 3 coupons in the mail today for any product for FREE! I think I may start contacting more companies. I'm stoked that they were so nice.

      • Patty

        I, too, just contact them and for the most part they will send you some. There is another website, Couponmom.com, that explains exactly this. Second thought, believe you have to purchase her book? Third thought, can check it out from the library. Anyhoo, GOOD FOR YOU!!

    • Tina

      I am a new Southern Saver shopper and am confused as to where to find the coupon described above under Coffee-Mate Creamer it says .50/1 Coffeemate liquid SS 5/02. I do not know what this means and cannot locate a Southern Savers link to print a coupon. Your help is appreciated!

      • Marina115

        SS 5/02 means on May 2nd there was a coupon insert in the newspaper called Smart Source and that is where the coupon is. HTH

      • Linda K


        SS 5/02 stands for Smart Source coupons from the Sunday newspaper on May 2nd. There is also a tutorial on Southern Savers that expains all the codes.

    • crystal

      help has anyone found the jergens lotion for 0.79

    • toni

      Not sure where to post this, so I will try here. I have two codes from General Mills fruit by the foot. The codes allow you to get a $10 movie voucher when you collect six codes. Is anyone doing this and needs two more codes? I'm not collecting them,so if you want these two codes, email me and I will email the codes to you. sis2@mindspringdotcom

      • I'll take them. Emailing you in just a sec.

    • Jill

      I just want to say how thankful I am to Jenny for this website. I have been “couponing since last summer and did not realize until today that some people actually pay for lists with coupon match ups. I ran into a friend at Publix tonight who saw my coupons and said she had been trying to “coupon” but was getting frustrated. I told her about this awesome website and she could not believe it was free. She pays $10 for this service. So I just want to say THANK YOU! 8:)

    • Alison V.

      Chattanooga Publix was doing the buy theirs get ours free deal with baby items such as j&j baby shampoo and huggies wipes. with all the q's for these out there, would be great deal!

    • Jody L

      $1.00/2 on Pillsbury Refrigerated Baked Goods & $1.00/2 Sweet Rolls or Grands found in Shrek-tacular

    • I went shopping w/ my mom today and got a few thing smyself and spent 3.07 and saved $21.50!!!
      Eggs, =1.39
      6 pack bottles water, used two $1 WYB Deli Creations Q;s=49 cents
      4 Deli Creations, each had a $1 peelie, plus a store BOGO Q- .25 cents each
      stovetop cleaner 3.19-used $1 peelie =2.19
      Vivarin-$2 Q
      Phazyme-used $2 Q and the $5/2 store Q= $3.31 overage

    • Cheryl B

      I am going to Publix in Fl in the morning. Does anyone know how I can get the Green Advantage Flyer? It has a phayzme coupon that I would like to get. Thanks.

      • Liz

        They are in the front of the store. When you walk in there is a spinner with weekly ads and any flyers that might be available.

        • Cheryl B

          THANK YOU!

    • Cathy

      Can you explain how you get the Green Giant frozen veg. from Publix for 19 cents? I get that it would be $1.39 after 2 coupons of 50 cents.
      Thanks, Cathy

      • Liz

        They are originally $2.39 and are buy one get one free so that makes them $1.19 or so each. If you have two $0.50 off coupons and you don't live in FL, Publix will double your coupons so that equals $1.00 off for each so they end up being $0.19. Publix doubles coupons of $0.50 and less, but not in FL, and I live in FL! I hope that makes sense.

    • Joy

      what does tearpad mean?

    • Mlsorrell

      I noticed in the publix ad ( I am in Cumming Ga) 100oz Gain detergant is listed as 9.99. It wasn't listed under household in the above list, so does anyone know if there is a Q out there somewhere??? Thanks

    • J.W.

      I do apologize for offending you . . . no harm was meant. It is a cultural stereotype as another poster put it. I'll try not to take your vent personally as it obviously has happened before. I'll try to remember next time to refer to all the “ladies and guys.”