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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
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  • 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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sara lee deal

You can use a new Sara Lee Pound Cake Coupon to get a great deal at Publix this week! You can get dessert for a low as 39¢.

This would be a great item to keep in your freezer for last minute dessert!

*Note: prices will vary from store to store.

Sara Lee Coupon

-$1.50 off Sara Lee pound cake, (zip 12345) printable

Sara Lee Deal Idea

Sara Lee Pound Cake or Cheesecake, 9.6-30 oz, 50% off
Sara Lee Pound Cake Slices, 6 ct., $1.89 (after sale)
Manufacturer Coupon -$1.50 off Sara Lee pound cake, (zip 12345) printable
Manufacturer Coupon -$1 off Sara Lee frozen dessert item, Publix eCoupon
(use $1.50 off, makes it 39¢)

The deal will be available 5/21-5/26 or 5/22-5/27.

Other Coupon To Use At Publix:
$1.00 off TWO (2) packages of Hefty Slider Bags$0.55 off one Sargento Natural Cheese Slices

See more Publix Deals.

    • Jaimie

      I wonder if it hit the limit already? Couldn’t find it.

    • Valerie

      When you print it says redeemable at Stop & Shop………which we do not have so Publix does not consider a competitor by me. :-(

      • Sam

        It is a manufacturer’s coupon. I have not had any problem with Publix redeeming any coupon as long as it is a manufacturer’s coupon.
        I have had problems at CVS and Target even though it says manufacturer and has all the bar codes.

    • Marvin C Barnett


    • SmoochTheCook

      oooh, we need a publix around here. Here’s a nice summer recipe I made up for a pound cake:

      Strawberry Shortcake dessert or Trifle- a BIG hit!

      1 (3 oz) box vanilla pudding

      1 ½ c. fat free milk

      ½ of pound cake, cut into 1 in. cubes

      8-12 large strawberries, hulled and sliced

      6 oz. light whipped cream
      Beat milk and pudding mix in a mixing bowl. In a small glass pan, evenly spread cake cubes. Then, spread sliced strawberries over the cake. Mix 1/2 of the whipped cream into pudding and spread evenly over the cake and strawberries. Top with whipped cream and refrigerate until set.

      • Nat

        Sounds delicious- thanks!

    • 1223monica

      Can’t find the E-coupon!!! What am I doing wrong ?

      • VP22

        It’s still there. I just saw it. Did you change the zip code and then refresh the page? I did that and it did not pop up as the first coupon but I clicked on food, searched through it and it was there.

      • Shawn Cox

        I saw the e-coupon was only $1 off

      • MeMe

        Go under “Search Brand” … then go to page 5 or 6. They are easier to find alphabetically.

    • Shawn Cox

      notice that the coupon rules are ONE coupon per person, per purchase and per transaction!

      • Shawn Cox

        so do you need to ring up separately?

    • Danielle

      They’re both manufacturer’s coupons. Technically you aren’t supposed to stack both coupons. Just wait until next week and used the $1.50 off when they’re half off.

      • jennifer

        I think that’s exactly what the post is telling us to do. :)

    • Dawn

      Found 5/21 under zip code 03103!!!!

      • Rachel Nash

        Thank you!