Publix Super Deals Week of 12/6 to 12/12 (12/5 to 12/11 for some)

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Here are the best deals I see in the Publix ad and coupons that runs 12/6 through 12/12 (12/5 to 12/11 for some). Keep in mind that these are just the Super can still see the Full Ad with coupon matchups over here.

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Potato Inspirations, 28 oz to 1.5 lb, BOGO Surprisingly Low Price
Should be a nice price. 

Oscar Mayer Wieners, 16 oz, (Excluding Beef, Cheese, and Angus), BOGO $3.59
-$0.50/1 package of OSCAR MAYER Classic Wieners or Beef Franks  (zip 77477)
-$1/2 Oscar Mayer Franks, 16 oz, TARGET coupon (exp 01/07/2013)
As low as 30¢ if your store accepts Target as a competitor.

Bantry Bay Mussels, 16 oz, BOGO $5.99
$3 per package. 

Kellogg's Cereal: Frosted Mini Wheats, 15 to 18 oz, BOGO $3.55
-$1/1 Kellogg's Mini Wheats ibotta Offer
-$1.50/1 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes®, Rice Krispies®, Frosted Mini-Wheats®, Crunchy Nut™ Kellogg’s Family Rewards
-$1/2 Kellogg's Frosted Mini Wheats Cereal, 14.5 oz+
-$1/3 Kellogg's Cereals, 8.7 oz+
-$1/3 Kellogg's Cereal 11/11/2012 RP Insert (exp 12/23/2012)
As low as 28¢ per box. 

Mueller's Pasta, 8 to 16 oz, (excludes Lasagna, Jumbo Shells and Noodles) BOGO $1.57
-$1/3 Mueller's Pasta or Noodle Packages, any (Limit one coupon per person) (DND5) - 11-11-12 SS Insert (exp 12/8/2102)
46¢ per box after coupon. 

Taco Bell Home Originals, 10.75 to 16.35 oz, BOGO $3.09
$1.55 per item. 

Post Cereal: Fruity Pebbles, Honeycomb, Alpha Bits, Churros or Golden Crisp, 9.5 to 14.75 oz, BOGO $3.25
-$0.55/1 Post Pebbles Cereal 12/02/2012 RP Insert (exp 01/13/2013)
-$1/2 Post Cereal, kids variety, 6.2+ oz 11/04/2012 RP Insert (exp 12/16/2012)
-$1/2 Post Cereals, 6.2+ oz 11/04/2012 RP Insert (exp 12/16/2012)
$1.08 per box after coupon. 

Kellogg's Special K Cereal Bars, 4.4 to 4.86 oz, BOGO $3.35
--$1.50/1 Kellogg's® Special K®Cereal Bars, Fruits Crisps, Granola Bars, Nutri-Grain® Cereal Bars, Rice Krispies Treats®crispy marshmallow squares or Kellogg's FiberPlus® Bars Kellogg's Family Rewards
As low as 18¢ each. 

Gevalia Kaffe Coffee, 12 oz, BOGO $7.99
-$2/1 Gevalia Coffee Food Lion Coupon
-B1G1 Gevalia Coffee Cooking with Kraft Publix Coupon (exp 12/5/2012)
-$1/1 GEVALIA Coffee - 12 oz
-$1.50/1 Gevalia Coffee 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/08/2012)
-$1.50/1 Gevalia coffee coupon wine hangtag (exp. 12/31/12)
As low as FREE plus moneymaker if your sale starts on Wednesday in the land of true BOGO.

Powerade Ion4 or Zero Sports Drink, 32 oz, BOGO $1.25
-$1/2 Vitaminwater Or Powerade, Any 20 Oz. Or 32 Oz. tearpad (exp 12/31/2012)
As low as 13¢ if you have or can find the tearpad. 

Purina Beggin Strips or T-Bonz, 14 to 28 oz, BOGO $7.39
-$1/1 Purina Beggin Brand, 25 oz
$2.70 per big bag after coupons. 

Hershey's Bliss Chocolate, 8.6 to 9.6 oz,BOGO $4.29
-$2/2 Hershey’s Kisses, Reese’s, Hershey’s Nuggets, Hershey’s Miniatures, Rolo or York, or Hershey’s Bliss Bags (7.8 of or larger)
-$1/2 Hershey's, Kisses, Reese's, Hershey's Nuggets, Minatures, ROLO, York or Bliss Bags, 7.8 oz+ 11/18/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/09/2012)
-$1/2 Hershey's Bliss, 8 oz 09/16/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/14/2012)
As low as $1.15 per bag. 

Kraft Stove Top Stuffing, 5 to 6 oz, BOGo $1.69
-B4G1 Stove Top Stuffing, Any 6 oz. Variety (One Coupon Per Person, Per Transaction) - valid up to $1.63 tearpad (exp 5/31/2013)
56¢ per box if you have true BOGO. 

Betty Crocker Potatoes, 3.7 to 6.6 oz, BOGO $1.55
-$0.50/2 Betty Crocker Boxed Potatoes Que Vida Rica Coupon
-$0.50/2 Betty Crocker Boxed Potatoes, except potato buds and pouch 11/18/2012 SS Insert (exp 01/12/2013)
-$3/5 Butterball Whole Turkey WYB ANY 4: Pillsbury Crescen Rolls, Green Giant Canned Veg., Betty Crocker Potatoes or Stuffing 11/04/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/30/2012)
As low as 28¢ each if your store doubles. 

Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popcorn, 5 oz bag, BOGO $2.99
-$0.75/2 Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Popping Corn, any 3-pack or larger or Gourmet Popcorn, any 5 oz - 12/02/2012 SS  Insert
$1.12 per bag. 

Nature's Own English Muffins or Thin Sliced Bagels or Oatmeal Toasters or Swirl Bread, 8 ct, 12 to 22 oz, BOGO $3.29
-$0.75/1 Nature's Own New Oatmeal Toasters (IE)
90¢ per item for the Oatmeal Toasters. 

Starburst or Skittles or Life Savers Candies, 13 to 14 oz, BOGO $2.99
$1.50 per bag. 

Tampico Punch, 1 gallon, BOGO $1.85
93¢ per gallon. 

Nabisco Toasted Chips, 8.1 oz, BOGO $3.69
-$1/2 Nabisco, cracker products, 6.5 - 18.5 oz 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2012)
-$0.75/2 Nabisco, cracker products, 6.5 - 18.5 oz 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2012)
-$0.75/1 Nabisco Ritz Crackers or Nabisco Toasted Chips, any 8.1-16oz - found on Ritz Crackers peelie (exp 1/13/2013)
As low as $1.10 per bag. 

Red Gold Tomatoes, 14.5 oz, BOGO $1.39
-$1/2 Red Gold Tomatoes, any 14.5 oz Blinkie (Does not say DND) 2/28/2013
-$0.50/2 Red Gold Queso Ready Diced Tomatoes, 10 oz (if included)
-$.55/2 Red Gold Tomato Products (DND5) blinkie (exp 12/31/2012)
-$0.75/2 Red Gold Tomatoes 
-$1/4 Red Gold Tomato Products (zip 62946 – All You Exclusive Coupon)
-$1/2 Red Gold Tomato Products (zip 35242 - All You Exclusive Coupon)
As low 20¢ per can. 

Nestle La Lechera Sweetened Condensed Milk, 14 oz, BOGO $1.99
-$1/2 La Lechera Milk
-$1/2 Nestle La Lechera Sweetened Condensed Milks, 13.4 oz+, TARGET coupon (exp 01/05/2013)
As low as FREE if your store accepts Target as a competitor. 

Publix Malt Beverage, 6 pk, BOGO $2.19
$1.10 per item. 

Dove Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, 2.6 oz, (excluding Dove Ultimate) BOGO $2.65
-$1/1 Dove Women's Clinical, Ultimate Clear, Body Mist, or Roll On Product 2.6 to 3 oz Green Advantage Buy "Happy Holiday Savings" In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 12/8 to 12/28) (if applicable)
33¢ per item if the Publix coupon applies.

Publix Allergy Tablets, 100 ct, BOGO $10.49
$5.25 per box. 

Shedd's Spread Country Crock, 2 pk 7.5 oz, or 15 oz, BOGO $2.45
-$0.50/1 Country Crock® Spread
-$1/1 I Can’t Believe / Country Crock, excluding Country Crock Pumpkin Spice, Cinnamon, or Honey Flavored 11/11/2012 RP Insert (exp 12/09/2012)
-$1/1 I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter! Product or Country Crock Spread
23¢ after coupon. 

Simply Potatoes, 20 oz, BOGO $2.59
-$1/2 Simply Potatoes Cut Potatoes, Any 20 oz. bag (Publix Coupon) - Winter Family Savings Publix Coupon or PRINT
80¢ per item after coupon. 

Garden Lites, 7 oz, BOGO $3.99
-$1/1 Garden Lites Blinkie
-$0.75/1 Garden Lites, 7 oz Package
As low as $1 per item if you can find the blinkie. 

Dannon Activia Yogurt, 4 pk, 3/$6
-$1/1 Dannon Activia, any 4-pack (Void in LA) (DND5) tearpad (exp 5/1/2013)
As low as $1 per 4pk if you have or can find the tearpad. 

Pillsbury Ready to Bake Cookies, 16 to 16.5 oz, 3/$6
-$1/2 Pillsbury® Ready to Bake! Cookies PUBLIX coupon Best Meals Happen at Home email
-$1/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough
-$0.75/2 Pillsbury Cookie Dough, refrigerated 12/02/2012 SS Insert (exp 02/23/2013)
-$0.75/2 Pillsbury Cookie Dough, refrigerated 11/18/2012 SS Insert (exp 02/09/2013)
-$0.75/2 Pillsbury Cookie Dough, refrigerated 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 02/02/2013)
-$1.10/2 Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough
As low as 95¢ per item after both coupons.

Green Giant Frozen Vegetables, 50% Off
-$1/1 Green Giant® Frozen Valley Fresh Steamers PUBLIX coupon Best Meals Happen at Home email
-$0.75/2 Green Giant, bagged vegetables, 19 - 24 oz 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 01/05/2013)
-$0.60/3 Green Giant, boxed vegetables 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 01/05/2013)
-$0.50/2 Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers, frozen vegetables, 11 - 12 oz 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 01/05/2013)
-$0.50/2 Green Giant Valley Fresh Steamers, 11 oz or 12 oz 10/28/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/22/2012)
You should be able to find some nice deals. 

Healthy Choice Frozen Entrees, 9.5 to 12 oz, 4/$10
-$1/1 Healthy Choice Baked Frozen Entree (exp 12/05/2012)
As low as $1.50 per entree.

Kellogg's Pop Tarts, 8 ct, 3/$5
--$1.50/1 Kellogg’s® Pop-Tarts® Toaster Pastries Kellogg’s Family Rewards
-$1/3 Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Toaster Pastries or Pop-Tarts Mini Crisps, 6 ct+, Any Flavor
-$1/3 Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Toaster Pastries or Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Mini Crisps, 6 ct+, Any Flavor, Mix or Match) (exp 12/05/2012)
-$1/3 Kellogg's Pop Tarts or Mini Crisps 11/11/2012 RP Insert (exp 12/23/2012)
-$1/3 Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Toaster Pastries or Kellogg's Pop-Tarts Mini Crisps, 6 ct+, Any Flavor, Mix or Match
17¢ after Kellogg's Family Rewards coupon.

Pepperidge Farm Goldfish or Graham Snacks, 6.6 to 8 oz, 3/$5
$1.67 per bag.

Publix Canola Oil, 32 oz, 2/$4
Clamato Cocktail Tomato, 32 oz, 2/$4
Del Monte Canned Vegetables, 7.75 to 8.75 oz, 5/$4
-$0.50/4 Del Monte Green Beans, 14.5 oz+
As low as 55¢ per can if your store doubles.

Manischewitz Broth, 32 oz, 2/$5
-$1/2 Manischewitz Brand Ready to Serve Broth, 32 oz Carton
-$1/1 Manischewitz Broth, (1) 32 oz carton or (2) 14 oz cans
As low as $1.50 per carton. 

Johnson's Baby Items or Desitin, $1 off
-$1.50/1 Johnson’s Natural Baby products Publix Coupon Time to Save Booklet
-$1.60/2 Johnson's Baby Bedtime Wash AND Lotion, excludes 1-4 oz
-$1/1 Johnson's Baby Powder, 15 oz+, excludes sizes 1-9 oz
-$0.75/1 Desitin Product, excludes trial size
-$1/1 Desitin Product
You may be able to find some nice deals.

Dial Or Right Guard Body Wash, 6.8 to 18 oz, 2/$6
-$1.50/1 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Body Wash Target Coupon (zip 90210)
-$2/2 Dial or Dial for Men Body Wash
-$3/2 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Products
-$1/1 Right Guard Total Defense 5 Body Wash or Bar Soap
As low as 50¢ if your store accepts Target as a competitor.

Simple Facial Products, 30% off
-$2/1 Simple moisturizer
-$1.50/1 Simple cleansers and moisturizers
-$3/1 Simple Moisturizer or Eye Care
-$2/1 Simple Cleanser, excludes trial sizes
You should be able to find some nice deals.

Oscar Mayer Basic Lunchables or Snack Duo, 3.1 to 4.4 oz pkg, 4/$6
-$1/1 Oscar Mayer Lunchables, 3.8 oz+, TARGET coupon (exp 01/07/2013) 
Just 50¢ if your store accepts Target as a competitor.

Boneless Shoulder Roast, $3.99/lb
St. Louis Style Spareribs, $2.99/lb
Publix Fresh Ground Turkey, $3.49/lb
Boneless Skinless Chicken Breasts, $2.99/lb
Pomegranates, $2.49
-$0.50/1 POM pomegranate 11/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 01/31/2013)
-$0.50/1 Pom Wonderful Fresh Pomegranate, any size
$1.49 after doubled coupon. 

Publix Salad Blends, 5 to 12 zo, 2/$4
Naturally Fresh Dressing, 12 oz, 2/$5
Clementines, 5 lb, $5.99
-$0.50/1 Cuties, 2lb, 3lb, or 5lb 12/02/2012 SS Insert (exp 01/02/2013) (if included)
$4.99 or $1 per pound if your store doubles.

Bartlett or Bosc Pears, $1.29/lb
Grown Vegetables: Green Beans, Yellow Squash, or Zuchinni Squash, $0.99/lb
Del Monte Gold Ripe Pineapple, $2.99
-$0.50/1 Del Monte Gold Extra Sweet Pineapple
$1.99 after doubled coupon.

Grape Tomatoes, 1 pt, 2/$4
$50 Visa Giftcard (+$4.95 activation fee)
-$10/$50 Visa Giftcard wyb $50 groceries In-Ad Publix Coupon
Nice deal if you can use the giftcard.

Juicy Juice 100% Juice Blend or Fruitfuls, 64 oz or 8 pk, $1.99
-$1/1 Nestle Juicy Juice Fruitifuls Juice Beverage, 6.75 oz, 8 pk
99¢ after coupon. 

Kellogg's Rice Krispies, 9 oz box, $1.99 (Limit 4)
-$1.50/1 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes®, Rice Krispies®, Frosted Mini-Wheats®, Crunchy Nut™ Kellogg's Family Rewards
-$1/3 milk when you buy 2 Kelloggs cereals, bars, or Eggo waffles tearpad
-$1/2 Kellogg's Rice Krispies and Cocoa Krispies Cereals, 9 oz+
-B4G1 - Free Gallon of Milk wyb any 4 Rice Krispies, Frosted Flakes or Froot Loops Cereal 8.7 or larger In-Ad Publix Coupon Yellow Advantage Buy Flyer "Bake & Save" (exp 12/14)
-$1/3 Kellogg's All Bran, Rice Krispies, Corn Flakes, or Raisin Bran Cereals,10 oz+
-$1/3 Kellogg's Cereals, 8.7 oz+, Any Flavor, Mix or Match
-$1/3 Kellogg's Cereal 11/11/2012 RP Insert (exp 12/23/2012)
As low as 49¢ per box and free milk when you buy 4!

Chef Boyardee Meat Pastas, 14.5 to 15 oz can, $0.89
Stouffer's Family Size Entrees, 25 to 40 oz, $3.99
-$1.50/1 Stouffer's Family Size Entree, 25-41 oz
-$1.50/1 Stouffer's Entree, family size, 25 - 41 oz 09/23/2012 SS Insert (exp 12/31/2012)
-$3/2 Stouffer’s Entrees 22-96oz Winn Dixie Coupon - Winn Dixie In Store Flyer
$2.49 after coupon.

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    • tammi says

      Has anybody tried getting more prints on the same computer now that it’s 1000 points? I already printed the coupons when they were 100 points, but I’m wondering if it actually reset and will let you print more on the same computer if you ‘buy’ it again at 1000 points. Just don’t want to waste 1000 points to try it, but it’s worth it to me if I can get another 10 prints of the 1.50 cereal coupons.

  1. Marie says

    There is a Target coupon for $2/2 Orville popcorn to match with the mfr, making them .12¢/bag

    Yesterday I snatched a .70¢ off Country Crock at coupon network by catalina…it’s seems to be gone now though :(

  2. Joy says

    Oh if I could only get my hands on those $1/2 powerade coupons! With spring baseball just around the corner, those would come in handy. Where do you folks find such good ones? It seems like the tearpads are always gone (or never put up) in my store

    • Eleanor says

      I feel your pain, Joy. I’m in Jax, Fl and have never found them either. I talked to the delivery guy and he didn’t know what I was talking about. He said he’s never seen or placed hangtags/tearpads at the Publix stores. He suggested checking the convenience stores for the coupons. He said he’s seen those.

      • tara says

        The route sales person will be the one with not the delivery drivers. Look up the number for your local Pepsi office and give them a call and ask if they have put them out in your area or ask for some for the team.

  3. Jen says

    I always used to look right past the visa card, but when you think about it, it’s like five free dollars! As long as you are buying $50 in groceries, why not grab the visa card deal too? Can always be used to get your groceries at Publix in the future :)

  4. lisa b says

    Hello all! 2 questions :) First, can someone show me how the coffee is free plus money maker. My math just doesn’t seem to get me there. Next, regarding the Visa gift card…the total on your recipe has to be at least $50 to get the deal, I know, but is that before or after coupons? Thank you all so much in advance :)

    • jennifer says

      I was wondering about the coffee MM too….maybe if you live in a true BOGO area?? Or is it a LU# that automatically takes off 7.99??

      • lisa says

        gevalia on sale for b1g1, the kraft q (which is a publix q) is for b1g1, this makes the coffee free, you can now stack 2 manufacture q’s some are out there for -1/1 or -1.50/1 giving you the MM part of the deal.

        • jennifer says

          I dont live in a true bogo area, so it wouldn’t work that way for me. So I was wondering if the maybe the LU# automatically took off a certian amount? Thats the only way it would be a money maker for me.

          If not it would be 4.00 for the first bag and 3.99 for the 2nd bag = 7.99 for 2, then the publix q (B1G1) -3.99 = 4.00 then two MQ would take off 3.00 = $1.00 for two bags. Awesome deal, just not a money maker

          • Laura says

            Yes, the LU# of the BOGO store coupon takes off 7.99…if, of course this coupon works as ones I have used in the past.

          • Stacy says

            I don’t live in a true BOGO area either. I did this deal today and she manually entered in the price of the coffee @ 3.99. So, the LU does not automatically take off $7.99. It is still a great deal though! :)

          • mary says

            No, I used this coupon a few days ago in conjunction with the gas card deal and it didn’t take off the $7.99 automatically, the cashier had to look up the price for it and enter it since I forgot to put it at the front with the coupon.

  5. Jennifer says

    I think (if your store accepts Target) that the Right Guard body wash if you buy 2 with the stacked coupons… both will be free. If they are priced at $3 each. Simply because:

    1.50/1 (x 2 prints)


    3.00/2 (x1 print)

    = $6.00 (2/$6)

  6. Carly says

    I am not getting the math on the Del Monte Veggies… if they are 5/$4, then how on earth could the final price be $1 after the coupon? I live in the land of doubles so I came up with $0.55— am I missing something? I also don’t see the Gevalia being a MM unless you live in True Bogo, which is usually noted on here…my brain could just be malfunctioning though…

  7. Jenifer says

    I could only print 2 coupons from the Best Meals email for the Valley Fresh Steamers. Do they have these in the store? Is it a PDF?

  8. Laura says

    I was just in Publix today and decided to verify with Customer Service about the Gevalia deal tomorrow and I got an answer I did NOT like!! I was told since the Gevalia coupon is already a STORE coupon they won’t accept it on a STORE BOGO deal. They said you can’t double up BOGOs. I was told if it was a Manufacturer’s BOGO coupon it would be fine. Has anyone else had this issue??

    • Stacy says

      Thats not accurate, they will take the coupon, if in your area you have true b1g1 you will get them both for free, but if you get 50% off each item then there is a good chance they will just take 3.99 off with the coupon.

      • Laura says

        But, you see…I do see their point. The BOGO coupon is a STORE OFFER. The BOGO sale is also a store offer. Publix will NOT be getting reimbursed from the manufacturer. They are going to lose money on these.

        • Rebrekkable says

          Laura, I have been told that Publix stores are reimbursed by the manufacturers for their BOGO sales. I don’t know how true it is, but it makes a great deal of sense.

          Regardless, the written Publix coupon policy does not state separate rules for store coupons vs man. coupons. Definitely call corporate or ask for the district manager’s phone number. If BOGO store coupons cannot be used with a store sale, I see no reason why any store coupon can be used with a store sale! It would be ‘doubling up’ either way! It makes no sense!

    • Laura says

      Happy to report that the woman I spoke to was incorrect. I was able to get my coffee this morning and it was a money maker! Yay!!!

      • Lila says

        My store did let me use the BOGO coupons and on top of the BOGO sale for Gevalia but they refused to let me use manufacture coupon, because of the overage, I don’t understand what difference it would make to them ? I was getting a lot of other stuff on top of it and my total would still have been positive, plus it is a manufacturer coupon, they would get reimbursed for that. I was a little disappointed, but I guess can’t really argue, the coffee was still free.

        • Rebrekkable says

          Overage is definitely allowed; they’re getting that money back from the manufacturer! Silly people, they actually lost money on that one!

  9. Laura says

    To make the Rice Krispies deal even sweeter, I found a peelie coupon on my boxes today for a free bag of M&Ms 9.9-1.6 oz with the purchase of 2 boxes of Rice Crispy cereal 11.3 oz or larger (Up to 2.99 value). At my store the M&Ms are a little over $3, but still a great deal!

    • johnnie jones says

      yes just went and did that deal with the 4 boxes and free milk and got the m&m’s for 3.91 minus the 2.99 great price for big bag of candy

    • mary says

      Saw the MMs coupon today on my Rice Krispies. The coupon requires the purchase of 2 boxes of Rice Krispies to get the MMs free, therefore the 2 boxes of Rice Krispies are “attached” to that coupon and no other coupons (the $1.50 IP) can be used as per Publix policy of not allowing another manufacturer coupon with a BxGx coupon. Still an awesome deal to get the 4 boxes of Rice Krispies at $.49/box and a gallon of milk free, especially if you need milk! I look at it as 4 free boxes of cereal plus $1.39 off what I would have paid for my milk!

      • Laura says

        That is not my understanding of this type of coupon. I believe it only attaches to the M&Ms. I have a very coupon friendly store and have done this type of deal in the past. But thank you for your view b/c there might be other stores where this would not be accepted.

  10. brittny says

    I’m new to cooking with Kraft. I signed up 4-6 weeks ago. Are the coupons emailed, or do I log in to my account to access them? My laptop is on the fritz and my phone does not like the website format so I can’t tell from the website itself, but I know I haven’t gotten any emails from them. Just seeing what I need to do to get them. Thanks so much!

  11. marina says

    I cant not find the right Guard coupon at target Also what is the Zip code for the hersheys chocolate coupon on smart source?

    • Wilhelmina says

      Hi, the target coupon is not on the target website its from but it’s a target coupon. Hope this helps.

  12. Brittani says

    Hello, I am new to the couponing world and having a little bit of a hard time learning the ropes. Could someone please explain to me, for instance, on the Kelloggs Mini Wheats BOGO $3.55 it says you can get them as low as $.28 a box. What do you do to come up with tis total. Slow learner and not very great with math, Sorry!! Thanks for the help, appreciate any advice and help I can get.

    • MauraFlorida says

      People who are members of the Kellogg’s Family Rewards program and have accumulated enough points can redeem some points for a $1.50/1 coupon for any Kellogg’s cereal. For people with two of those $1.50/1 coupons, the Mini Wheats BOGO would be $3.55 – $3.00 MQ ($1.50 x 2) = $.55 for two boxes of Mini Wheats = $.28 each.

      Also, when Michelle is listing the match-ups, she gives the lowest possible price for the item in her ad. Often the lowest possible price is only available to people in areas that double coupons or only available to people in true BOGO areas or only available to people who have access to a high-value coupon like the $1.50/1 Kellogg’s cereal coupon or only available to people with the price in her ad. She only lists the lowest possible price because there are too many variables in play to list every possible “best” price depending on where people are, how coupons are redeemed in their area, and what coupons they have.

      For example, in my area of NE Florida, the Mini Wheats are BOGO $4.55, so even with two $1.50/1 coupons, I won’t get them for $.28 each. I have two $1.50/1 coupons, but the best deal available to me will be $.78 per box ($4.55-$3.00=$1.55 for two).

  13. Brittani says

    My Publix ad says Dial Body Wash or Rightguard, assorted varities 2/$3. Obviously I can use my Rightguard Q’s but what are they considering assorted varities. Can I buy the bodywash and deodorant?

  14. Angela says

    Is there a limit to the best meals at home coupons you can use, I’m able to print as many as I like, but I think it says at the top something about only two coupons, I can’t read it? The green giant vegetables is a great deal and I want to buy 10 at once ? Thanks a million, all of you have helped me save tons!!!!!!!!

  15. alyssa says

    has anyone got any price on the green giant veggies? im in central fl and sales start tomorrow so i am getting my list ready. just wondering if anyone has any info! thanks! =)

  16. Delta Six says

    On the Kraft website there is a coupon for the weener that states when you buy 2 you get one free. Can that coupon be combined with the target one? How will the scenario work?

  17. Delta Six says

    I think you read it wrong I have one manufacturer coupon and one target coupon the hot dog no publix one. I was wondeeing if there was away for me to use both and save money

  18. Amy G says

    Had a Target insert in this past Sunday’s paper with a q for $1 of 2 bags of Gevalia coffee (or 2 Maxwell or Yuban coffee). I’m in Tampa, it was the Tribune

  19. Darya says

    Can someone tell me which zipcode the RightGuard MQ ($3/2 and $2/2) are under? I can’t seem to find any for RightGuard. Thanks.

  20. Shannon says

    I have a question on the 2/$5 deals, or 3/$6, etc, we see often at Publix. For instance, right now the Naturally Fresh salad dressings are on sale 2/$5. I have a Publix coupon I found today for $1/1 dressing…So if I only buy 1, will I get a discount price PLUS the coupon? Or do I have to buy two to get the deal? This is probably obvious to most people, but I’m still learning!

    • CouponsMakeItFree says

      Shannon, it’s actually a good question. There are some stores out there that require you to purchase the number stated in the sale to get the sale price (e.g. buy 2/$5 in order to get each one at $2.50).

      Publix does not require that you purchase more than one sale item (except for BOGO items); you could buy just the one dressing for the discount price of 2/$5, use the coupon, and pay $1.50 out of pocket for the one dressing.

      It’s mostly a mental thing. Set sale prices to say multiple items for a certain price, and very often, people will buy multiple items for that certain price.

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