Nakano Rice Vinegar Coupon To Print For Publix Deal – Just $1.97

Nakano Rice Vinegar Coupon To Print For Publix Deal - Just $1.97

Here’s a new Nakano Rice Vinegar coupon that some of you might want to print. Kimberly and Happy found all of the different varieties of these on sale for $2.97 at their stores. Might as well take advantage of the coupon and sale combo!

Nakano Rice Vinegar, assorted varieties, $2.97 (reg. $3.49)
-$1/1 Nakano Rice Vinegar (zip 34691)
Just $1.97 after coupon.

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More New Printable Coupons – Sunsweet, Libby’s & Ocean Spray

More New Printable Coupons - Sunsweet, Libby's & Ocean Spray

Here are some more new printable coupons you might want to grab. You should be able to find some nice deals with these at Publix. All of these are rare coupons so enjoy the savings and print while you can.

Sunsweet Ones Prunes, $2.99
-$1/1 Sunsweet Ones Canister (7 oz.) or Value Pack (12 oz.)
Just $1.99 after coupon.

Sunsweet Ones Prunes, value pack, $3.99 (reg. $4.49)
-$1/1 Sunsweet Ones Canister (7 oz.) or Value Pack (12 oz.)
Just $2.99 after coupon. 

Here are a few more fruit & veggie coupons that you might want to print –

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Pillsbury Grands! Coupons For Our Publix Sale + More Pillsbury Coupons

My printer is already humming this morning! You may want to head over and grab the new Pillsbury coupons that are available. Remember that Pillsbury Grands! are on sale through today for some…so if you are planning on shopping today, you may want to grab a couple tins at a nice price.

Pillsbury Grands! Biscuits, Assorted Varieties, 16.3 or 17.3 oz, 4/$5
-$0.40/2 Pillsbury® Sweet Rolls, Grands!® Sweet Rolls or Cinnabon® Bakery Inspired Cinnamon Rolls
-$0.40/3 CANS Pillsbury® Refrigerated Grands!® or Grands! Jr.® Biscuits
As low as $1.05 each if your store doubles.

Add this deal to your shopping list over at the Publix Ad and Coupons Ending 10/1 (9/30 for some).

Here are the rest of the Pillsbury coupons I see…I’ll keep you guys posted if I see any other nice Publix deals with them!

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State Fair Corn Dog Coupon To Match Publix Coupon – Try The New Funnel Cake Variety!


state fair funnel cake corn dogsDid you guys spot the great price on State Fair Corn Dogs in the current Advantage Buy flyer? We have a nice Publix coupon plus matching printable coupons. When you combine the coupons you have a fantastic deal!

State Fair Corn Dogs, 13.3 to 42.72 oz, $3.49+
-$0.55/1 State Fair corn dogs printable
-$0.55/1 State Fair Corn Dogs printable

-$0.55/1 State Fair Corn Dogs, 13.3 to 42.72 oz Grocery Advantage Buy Flyer “Fall Savings” In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 9/27 to 10/17)
As low as $2.39 after coupons.

My oldest son is a huge fan of corn dogs and recently got a chance to try the new State Fair Funnel Cake Corn Dogs–oh my! Now, corn dogs are not often my go-to food for lunch, but the idea of a funnel cake corn dogs was just too appealing.  The sweet, delicious flavor of a funnel cake on a stick…I just had to try them myself. I started asking the rest of my crew if they wanted one and before I knew it there were 5 in the oven cooking. Seems everyone thought the funnel cake/corn dog combination sounded mighty tasty–tee hee.

Just as you’d think…the sweet and savory mix of flavors works great together. The only disagreement that we had was what dip to use. I personally think that they were great plain, but my husband decided that ketchup was the winner and Jake deemed ranch dressing the best dipping sauce ever.

With the great sale at Publix, why not team up with State Fair Corn Dogs to conquer your kids’ appetites? State Fair corn dogs are a good source of protein – just pair with a fruit or vegetable for a quick and easy mealtime solution your kids will love. Since my boys use ranch dressing as their dip of choice, I can usually slide a salad on their plate with some fruit and they are happy as can be! That’s Jake’s plate in the picture above…let’s just say it’s a good thing I got a good shot on the first try, as he was standing beside me ready to push me out of the way!

State Fair Beef Corn Dogs are a good source of protein made with 100% beef and honey-sweetened corn breading. I would definitely recommend trying out the new funnel cake variety with your coupons. Here are the varieties that you can pick up at Publix –

  • Funnel Cake
  • Classic
  • Minis
  • Cheddar
  • Whole Grain

Be sure and grab your coupons and pick up your favorite while we have a great price at Publix. To add this deal to your shopping list, head over to the Publix Grocery Advantage Buy Flyer.

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Rebate – Free Ground Beef With Hamburger Helper Purchase For Publix BOGO Sale – Great Deal!

helper-REBATEThere’s a nice rebate offer that will mean a great deal if you are still working on the current Publix sale. Head over and print the new Hamburger Helper rebate offer and then head in to Publix to score this deal.

Betty Crocker Hamburger Helper or Tuna or Chicken, or Suddenly Salad Pasta, Assorted Varieties, 4.4 to 12.2 oz (Excluding Ultimate), BOGO $1.99
-$0.80/4 Hamburger Helper or Ultimate Helper Skillet Dishes printable
-$0.50/1 Hamburger Helper or Ultimate Helper Skillet Dish via Upromise Deposit
-FREE GROUND BEEF when you buy THREE boxes of Classic Helper™ (Via Mail-In Rebate. Up to $6.92)

Grab 4 boxes and $6.92 of ground beef. Your price for everything after coupon, Upromise and rebate is just $2.68 – nice deal!

If you don’t use Hamburger Helper, you can donate it and you are paying just $2.98 for almost $7 worth of ground beef. Sounds like a super deal to me!

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New Progresso Printable Coupons And Great Publix Deals


Our Progresso coupon is back with the new printable coupons today. That means it’s time to pick up more inexpensive Progresso items. We also have a new $1/4 Progresso Soup Upromise eCoupon to match the BOGO sale that is going on for some…if your sale ends today, you can grab a few cans at a very nice price.

You’ll also be able to pick up more inexpensive beans, bread crumbs, and more. That sale on Progresso beans is a goodie if you need to stock up!

Progresso Soup, Assorted Varieties, 18 to 19 oz, BOGO $2.55 (if your sale ends today – already ended for some)
-$1/4 Progresso™ Products (Excludes Progresso™ Pasta Bowl)
-$1/4 Progresso Soups Upromise eCoupon
78¢ per can after coupon and Upromise deposit….but only if your sale ends today!

Progresso Artisan Soup, $3.19
-$0.50/1 Progresso® Artisan Soup
As low as $2.19 if your store doubles!

Progresso Breadcrumbs, 8 oz, $1.19
-$1/4 Progresso™ Products (Excludes Progresso™ Pasta Bowl)
Just 94¢ per canister!

Progresso Panko Breadcrumbs, 8 oz, , $2.49
-$1/4 Progresso™ Products (Excludes Progresso™ Pasta Bowl)
$2.25 per box.

Progresso Breadcrumbs, 15 oz, $1.79
-$1/4 Progresso™ Products (Excludes Progresso™ Pasta Bowl)
Just $1.54 per canister!

Progresso Canellini beans, 19 oz, $0.89
-$1/4 Progresso™ Products (Excludes Progresso™ Pasta Bowl)
Just 64¢ per big can after coupon. 

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New Yogurt Coupons – Liberte As Low As FREE At Publix


Print the new Liberte yogurt coupon this morning and load the Upromise eCoupon to get some more cheap or FREE yogurt. Those of you that can double will get three cups for free. Even without doubles, is a nice deal…you’ll pay just 45¢ per cup after coupon and Upromise deposit.

Liberte Yogurt, 10/$10
-$0.40/1 Liberté® Greek or Méditerranée Yogurt cup (Void in MN, CA, TN, ND, NV, NJ, LA & WI)
-$0.75/3 Liberte Greek or Mediterranee Yogurt Cup Upromise eCoupon
As low as three for FREE if your store doubles!

Here are a couple more yogurt coupons and matching Upromise eCoupons you may want to grab….I love when we can double up on savings!

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Publix Coupon Policy Updated 10/1

publix coupon policy changesHappy October! As I mentioned last month, Publix decided to update and clarify their coupon policy starting today. The details can be found on their website.

Like I said when I gave you guys a heads up…I really do feel like this is a really good thing. The policy is very clear and I think will actually help folks who may have dealt with inconsistencies in how coupons were accepted from store to store (and even from cashier to cashier.)

It seems like the biggest “issue” that some folks have with the change is that Publix is limiting you to using one competitor total order coupon per day. I understand that change can be hard but the fact that they allow this type of coupon to be used at all is such a great opportunity. Very few stores allow you to even use these types of coupons and none of them (that I know) allow you to use more than one. Remember, Publix is not reimbursed for these coupons so expecting them to happily allow folks to take $10, $20, $30 or more off their purchases is really asking a lot in my opinion.

There also seemed to be a lot of confusion about the redemption of 8 like coupons rule. This does not mean that you can only use 8 coupons per transaction…it means that you can only use 8 identical coupons per day. You can use as many coupons as you like in your transaction but you can only use sets of 8 identical coupons. As an example, while you can use 200 coupons – you can only use a max of 8 Yakisoba coupons from the July SS insert. This is a great change as it will hopefully mean that more product stays on the shelf so more folks can take advantage of the sales.

I know there was some question about Publix allowing coupons to be used with rain checks. You’ll be happy to see that Publix will continue to allow you to use a coupon that was valid when the rain check was issued.

Check out the details below and let me know what you think. I really do think that this policy is extremely fair and very generous as compared to the vast majority of other supermarkets.

The types of coupons we accept:

  • Manufacturer’s coupons, Publix coupons, Internet coupons, and coupons from nearby competitors (a list of which are posted at each Publix store).
  • Coupons from competing pharmacies for prescriptions only.

Our acceptance guidelines:

  • Acceptance is subject to any restrictions on the coupon.
  • We only accept coupons for identical items we sell.
  • We only accept a manufacturer’s coupon and either a Publix or a competitor’s coupon on the same item. Maximum of two coupons per item.
  • Manufacturer’s digital offers cannot be combined with manufacturer’s paper coupons on the purchase of the same item.
  • We do not accept percent-off-items or percent-off-total-order coupons.
  • 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.
  • We do not accept coupons presented via a mobile phone or device.
  • We do not accept coupons that appear to be copied. All coupons must be originals.
  • For a buy-one-get-one-free (BOGO) offer, each item is considered a separate purchase.
  • We limit coupon redemption to eight of the same coupons per day, per household.
  • Manager’s approval is needed for individual coupons above $5.
  • Dollars-off-total-order coupons will be limited to one Publix and one competitor’s coupon per day, per household. The total order before coupons must be equal to or greater than the combined purchase requirements indicated on the coupon(s) presented. We consider competitor’s coupons for dollars off groups of items to be a dollars-off-total-order coupon and will only allow one per day, per household.
  • Money due back to the customer at the end of a transaction involving coupons will only be provided on a Publix gift card.

Our management teams will only issue rain checks for items which are advertised outside the store at a reduced retail. For example, on radio or TV, or in our weekly ad, co-op ad, mailer, or Internet site.

  • We will only issue one rain check, per day, per household for an item.
  • We will not issue rain checks for Publix, competitor’s, or manufacturer’s coupons.

Also Publix, has made some changes to their FAQ section. Here are ones that are new or ones that I think you’ll want to take note of. I am not listing everything so be sure to check out their FAQ page if you have other questions.

How does Publix define a household?

Publix defines a household as a single family. (Children can’t redeem coupons if their parent already redeemed the maximum amount allowed for their household that day.)

Publix won’t accept coupons that appear to be copied. What does a copied coupon look like?

If a coupon is photocopied, some of its security features may be missing, causing the coupon to be illegible or blurry. Copied coupons may also be off-center or have copy machine lines running through them.

Do I have to have a physical coupon for every offer I want to redeem?

Yes. You must have a physical copy of the coupon that you want to redeem.

Can I redeem more than eight coupons per day if I buy several flavors or varieties of a product?

No. We’ll only accept eight of the same coupons per day, per household, regardless of the flavors or varieties of a product you purchase.

Can a BOGO manufacturer’s coupon be used with another manufacturer’s coupon?

No. When the manufacturer issues a BOGO coupon, it requires the purchase of two items. So, because you have to purchase both items to meet the coupon’s requirements, a manufacturer’s coupon has already been applied to both items.

Can I use gas card coupons and dollars-off-total-order coupons in the same transaction?

Yes. The purchase requirements for both coupons will be combined, meaning if you must spend $50 to redeem the gas card coupon and $50 to redeem the dollars-off-total-order coupon, you must spend $100 to redeem both.

I have a rain check and a coupon for an item, but the coupon is now expired, though it was valid on the date the rain check was issued. Can I still use the coupon on the item?

Yes, Publix will accept the coupon that was valid on the date the rain check was issued.

As always I love to hear what you guys think. Share your comments and opinions. I know everyone has a different view as this policy means different things to all of us. Are you happy or sad to see the changes?

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Avocado, Bacon & Turkey Wrap On Flatout + 10 Winners Get A “Flatout Free for Fall” Prize Package (Tons Of FREE Flatout!)

Avocado, Bacon & Turkey Wrap

What do you guys do when you need dinner in a pinch? I know if you are visiting me…the last thing you want to do is spend a bunch of money rolling through your local drive thru. Not only is that a super quick way to waste a ton of money but the health factor is typically very low when you opt for dinner from a fast food window!

How about creating your own fast food at home for a fraction of the price? Not only can you save huge amounts of money, you also get great taste that’s easy on the waist line.

Instead of a greasy burger – why not whip up my Avocado, Bacon & Turkey Wrap? This meal comes together in about 15 minutes and offers the taste of a hearty burger with a fraction of the calories. Ground turkey and a package of Flatout Flatbread are my secrets to creating a healthy burger that my guys will devour.

This recipe starts with a pack of Flatout Flatbread…any variety that you like. I generally always have a pack of the Flatout Light Original and Garden Spinach in my freezer. We love all the varieties but those are the two favorites at my house.

flatout-lightIf you haven’t tried Flatout Flatbread…you are really missing out. These babies are perfect for wraps and make the most incredible pizzas that come together in just minutes! Look for Flatout products in the bakery section at Publix. No matter if you opt for the regular or light versions, you’ll get fantastic taste that comes with very nice nutritional stats. Flatout Flatbreads are –

  • Low Fat
  • Good source of fiber
  • 0g Tran Fat per serving
  • Kosher certified
  • 140 calories or less (Light versions are just 90 calories!)

You’ll also love the price. The packages are a great value and means that you can whip up my recipe for much less than the cost of that greasy fast food burger! I have a feeling that we’ll see a BOGO sale very soon…you will want to stock up for sure!

This is a super quick recipe. Instead of forming burgers, I just crumble the meat and cook it with some seasoning. It’s done in under 10 minutes, then it’s just a matter of building your favorite burger. I love using avocado for the flavor plus it acts like a kind of glue for the wrap. Another tip you might like is to used crumbled bacon in your wrap to keep the calories low.  You’ll use a fraction of the amount you’d use if you used full strips but you still get that delicious bacon-y burger taste in every bite!flatout turkey wrap

Avocado, Bacon & Turkey Wrap
Prep time
Cook time
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Serves: 4
  • 1 package Flatout Flatbread - any flavor
  • ½ teaspoon of olive oil
  • 1 pound ground turkey breast
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 4 tablespoons dry golden onion soup mix
  • ½ cup water
  • 2 avocados, mashed
  • 4 strips cooked bacon, crumbled
  • your favorite burger toppings - lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, pickles, mustard, ketchup, etc.
  1. Heat the olive oil in a large skillet and add the ground turkey and chopped onion,
  2. Cook over medium high until the turkey is cooked through, crumbling as you stir.
  3. Add 4 tablespoons of the golden onion soup mix and the water.
  4. Cook over medium high heat for about 5 minutes, until the water is absorbed.
  5. I like to lightly toast one side of my Flatout Flatbread under the broiler for about 1 minute...just to add a nice texture. Do not toast until crispy...just a minute under the broiler will give it a great texture.
  6. Spread a few tablespoons of the mashed avocado all over the broiled side if the flatbread.
  7. Spoon on about ¼ cup of the cooked turkey down the middle of the flatbread and top with the crumbled bacon and your favorite burger toppings.
  8. Roll up the flatbread and serve.

The folks at Flatout came up with a super prize pack for TEN I Heart Publix readers.  How about a “Flatout Free for Fall?” Ten readers will get 25 coupons for FREE Flatout! Wowsa…think about all the Avocado, Bacon & Turkey Wraps that you could make–tee hee!

Entry is simple! You just need to complete the task below. You can also get two additional entries…just be sure to leave an additional comment per task completed (up to three comments). As a reminder, comments left on Facebook, Twitter or other posts will not be included.  I will choose the winners on Monday 10/13 at 11 pm.


  • Leave a comment telling me how you like to use your Flatout. If you haven’t tried Flatout yet, head over and check out the varieties and let me know which you want to try first.


This post is brought to you by the folks at Flatout. All comments and opinions are my own.

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Cheap Lucky Charms, Kix, and Cocoa Puffs Today At Publix!


We have a bunch of new General Mills cereal coupons and two matching Upromise eCoupons for our cereal sale in the Publix ad that ends today for some. If your sale is still going, you can print your coupons and get a very nice price on Lucky Charms, Kix, and Cocoa Puffs today at Publix.

General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal or Trix, Golden Grahams, or Cofoa Puffs, 14.8 to 16.5 oz, or Reese’s Puffs, Lucky Charms, or Kix, 11.5 to 13 oz, BOGO $3.99
-$0.75/1 Cocoa Puffs® Cereal
-$1/3 General Mills Big G Cereals Listed: Cheerios™, Cinnamon Toast Crunch™, Chex™ and Lucky Charms
-$0.75/1 Kix® Cereal Listed: Kix®, Berry Berry Kix®, Honey Kix®
-$0.50/1 BOX Lucky Charms® Cereal
-$0.50/1 Lucky Charms Upromise eCoupon
-$0.75/1 Kix Cereal Upromise eCoupon
Get a box of Lucky Charms for as low as 50¢ if your store can also pick up Kix for just 50¢ after coupons and Upromise deposit. Plus grab Cocoa Puffs for $1.25…but hurry as the sale ends today!

If you want to add this deal to your shopping list head over to the current Publix Ad and Coupons that ends 10/1 (9/30 for some).

Here are a few more new printable cereal coupons you may want to grab. Remember that Kellogg’s cereals are BOGO in the upcoming Publix ad…and hopefully we will see a matching BOGO for that Cheerios coupon soon!

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