Restaurant Roundup For 10/25

restaurant roundupHave plans to head out to eat this weekend? Head over and check out Kai’s Restaurant Roundup over on Smart Couponing. Every week she puts together a great list of deals that will help you keep your entertainment budget low.

We are headed out to lunch today since the Bama game is tonight. You know my husband has to be back home in time to watch those boys play–tee hee.

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Melitta Coffee Filters Coupon For $1 Off and Deal at Publix

Melitta Coffee Filters Coupon For $1 Off and Deal at Publix

All of you coffee lovers may want to grab this Melitta Coffee Filters coupon and deal at Publix. This coupon is available on Facebook.

Melitta Coffee Filters, 100 ct, $3.99
-$1/1 Melitta Cone Coffee Filters 100ct+ printable
$2.99 after coupon…just 3¢ per filter.

If you want to add this deal to your shopping list, click [Read more...]

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Yes To Skin Care Coupon and Publix Deal – As Low As $3.49

Yes To Skin Care Coupon and Publix Deal - As Low As $3.49

Amy emailed me to let me know about this Yes to Skin Care coupon that’s available on Facebook. I thought some of you might be interested in grabbing it too. The coupon value is $1.50/1, but if you share the coupon, you get a higher value one.

Yes To Skin Care, $5.99+
-$2.50/1 Yes To Skin Care coupon (share for higher value coupon)
As low as $3.49 after coupon.

Thanks Amy.

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Reminder – Pink Cake Pop Set Rebate Still Available

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Laura sent in the picture of her super-cute Pink Cake Pop set that has already arrived, so I thought it would be a great time to remind you guys that there is still time to earn your set too!

Just purchase $30 worth of participating P&G products before 10/31 to get your set. Head over here to see all the details and participating products.

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Tic Tac Coupon and Publix Deal – 74¢ Per Pack

Tic Tac Coupon and Publix Deal - 74¢ Per Pack

If you like Tic Tacs you’ll want to snag this Tic Tac coupon. You can grab a great deal on the 4 packs at Publix. These would be terrific little stocking stuffers.

Tic Tac 4 pack, $3.69
-$0.75/1 Tic Tac Mints Multipack, 09/28 SS (exp 11/28) [multipack 4-oz.]
-$0.75/1 Tic Tac Mints Pack printable [4-oz.]
$2.94 after coupon…74¢ per pack.

If you want to add this deal to your shopping list, click [Read more...]

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Nice Deal on Imagine Simmer Sauces at Publix

Nice Deal on Imagine Simmer Sauces at Publix

You can grab a nice deal on Imagine simmer sauces right now at Publix. Anytime you can save a little on organic foods it helps.

Imagine Simmer Sauces, $3.49
-$1/1 Imagine Product printable
-$1/1 Imagine Product printable
-$1/1 Imagine Soup, Broth, Stock or Gravy Product printable
Just $2.49 after coupon.

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Command Product Coupon and Deal at Publix

Command Product Coupon and Deal at Publix

This Command Product coupon may come in handy for some of you. These are great as we head into the holidays and need extra hooks for hanging decorations.

Command Damage Free Hook, 1 ct, $3.29
-$0.50/1 Command™ Brand Product printable
As low as $2.29 after coupon doubles.

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Weekly Totals 10/24 – Share Your Savings

weekly totalsHappy Friday everyone! The weather here in Chattanooga has been just fabulous! It’s supposed to be sunny and in the mid 70’s this weekend. Now that’s my kind of fall weekend–tee hee!

Next week will be busy as we are wrapping up the final baseball games plus an end of the year party at my house where we’ll cookout and do S’mores! Of course Halloween is next week too. Lots of fun happenings next week so I think we will take it easy this weekend. We have no definite plans so we might just relax a bit. I am thinking that I might spend a little time digging in the dirt. It’s about time to put out some pansies!

I told you guys last week that I was somewhat trapped in my house because of our driveway pour. It’s been so nice coming home via a super smooth path. We endured that bumpy gravel driveway for over a year so I am now a very happy gal! I was able to go to Publix last weekend and finally shop. You will see that my totals are a bit high – even with a small gift card. The trip was necessary as I was overdue for a stock up on several things. We also needed fruits and veggies.

Have you guys noticed what hasn’t been on my totals for a very long time now? There’s no soda on my list anymore! I am so proud of my hubby. He has been drinking water instead of soda for months now! Now, he may get a Diet Coke when we go out to dinner but I no longer have to buy it to have on hand here at the house. Gotta love those fun changes that also help the ol’ budget too!

The only thing I missed last week was picking up my Scotties tissues. I have a pretty good stockpile but I had printed a bunch of coupons but left them in my printer when I left. Oh well…hopefully no one gets the sniffles too bad this season. And yes…that looks like a bunch of english muffins but they are so easy to do for breakfast with the Laughing Cow that I stocked up on a few weeks ago. The muffins freeze great so they won’t go bad!

Thomas’ English Muffins x 8 = $16.96
Dominex x 3 = $0 (free product coupons)
Mayfield Fudge Bars = $2
Jimmy Dean Turkey Sausage = $5.19
Musselman’s x 2 = $2.29
Mt Olive Pickles x 2 = $1.30 (two $0.55 hangtags)
Publix Maple Syrup = $6.69
Swan’s Down Cake Flour = $2.89
Ritz Toasted Chips x 2 = $3.69
Maple Grove Farms Maple Syrup = $7.49
Sargento Cheese x2 = $5 ($1/2 PQ)
Goat Cheese = $2.59
Farmland Bacon = $3.24 ($0.75 PQ)
Publix Deli Meat = $3.34
Eckrich Sausage = $2 ($1/1 IP)
Whipping Cream = $2
Milk = $4.13
Publix Hummus = $4.99
Minute Maid OJ = $2 ($1/1 IP)
Marzetti Dressing x 2 = $2.50 (two $0.75/1 IP)
Oranges – $1.35
Plums = $3.65
Bananas = $1.78
Lettuce = $1.99
Grapes = $4.45
Sweet Potatoes = $2.77
Kale = $1.29
Squash = $3.39
Brussel Sprouts = $3.17
Onions = $2.99
Cabbage = $1.88

After a small Publix gift card, I was still at almost $95 this week. I needed some maple syrup for a recipe so I figured I’d knock out a Try Me Tuesday while I was at it. Some weeks are better than others I suppose. This one is a bit of a hit…but I got everything we needed and was able to add to my pantry. It will all work out in the end :-)

How did you guys do this week? Share your weekly totals in the comments or link up!

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Publix Health & Beauty Advantage Buy Flyer Super Deals (10/25 – 11/7)

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Here are the best deals I see in the upcoming Health & Beauty Advantage Buy Flyer that will be in effect from Saturday, 10/25 through Friday, 11/7. Remember that these are just the Super Deals..you can still see the Full Ad With Coupon Matchups over here.

There are a bunch of coupons and deals you’ll be able to grab, so be sure to click “Read More” to see them all!

Dimetapp ($6.29), Robitussin, 4 to 12 oz or 16 to 20 ct ($5.99+), or Advil Congestion Relief or Allergy Congestion Relief, 10 to 20 ct, $6.49+
-$2/1 Dimetapp, Robitussin, 4 to 12 oz or 16 to 20 ct, or Advil Congestion Relief or Allergy Congestion Relief, 10 to 20 ct Health & Beauty Advantage Buy Flyer In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 10/25 to 11/7)
-$1/1 Robitussin Product printable
-$1/1 Robitussin Adult or Children’s Product Printable
-$2/1 Dimetapp Product printable
-$1/1 Advil Congestion Relief, Allergy & Congestion Relief, Cold & Sinus or Allergy Sinus Product, 09/28 RP (exp 11/27) [Limit 4]
-$2/1 Advil Allergy and Congestion Relief or Advil Congestion Relief printable
-$1/1 Advil Product printable [20-ct.+]
-$2/1 Advil Congestion Relief printable
-$2/1 Advil Allergy and Congestion Relief, Advil, Allergy Sinus, Advil Cold and Sinus or Advil Congestion Relief Product printable
-$1/1 Children’s Dimetapp, any – Peelie (exp 8/15/15)
-$1/1 Robitussin® Adult or Childrens Product Publix Digital Coupon
As low as $2.29 for Robitussin and $3.29 for Dimetapp.


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Coupon Issues At Publix?

old el paso qOkie dokie guys…I have been bombarded with emails about folks having issues using coupons at Publix since the most recent coupon policy change. Here’s the line in the coupon acceptance policy that seems to be causing a bunch of you guys issues:

  • We do not accept coupons that Publix determines to be printed incorrectly. For example, a coupon missing a size requirement or other standard coupon details.

Now, I did notice this in the policy but really assumed that the intent of that was to prevent folks from using coupons that were modified or had been tampered with somehow…just another way of saying they aren’t going to accept fraudulent coupons.

I fear that some cashiers may be taking the wording very literally and possibly to the extreme. We all know that many companies don’t list sizes on coupons…well–because sometimes their product may only have one size so it’s not necessary. Some may not print that wording to allow folks to grab any item that floats their boat, etc. As you can see from the above Old El Paso coupon I printed today…it has no size requirement but is quite valid and available on Coupons.com right now!

While I understand completely what the Publix folks are saying with this part of the coupon policy, I think the first part of the sentence is where the focus should be. The most important thing is that the coupon not appear to be printed incorrectly.

If there is any question about the validity of a particular coupon, that is when the example should come into play. If there is no reason for the store to think that the coupon is printed incorrectly, then the example is of no consequence.

I love hearing from you guys but I am afraid that I really can’t help with the issues. I am always here for you to vent to if needed…but I am just another Publix shopper. I have to giggle when you guys ask me to talk to Publix to see if they can fix the issues. I don’t know anyone at Publix other than the folks smile and greet me at my local store. I do wish I had a “big wig” Publix buddy to chat with every once in a while – but I don’t. I’d suggest maybe talking to the manager at your store and getting some feedback from them. I really think the intent of the policy is valid…it’s just being nit-picked a bit ;-) Publix has always had a very generous coupon policy…I think it may just take some time to work out the kinks of the new policy.

I know lots of you have had issues…even folks having issues redeeming Publix coupons with LU numbers. That one really surprised me!! Feel free to vent or share your experience in the comments.

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