Buy Theirs Get Ours Free Promotion Week Of 1/24 (1/23 For Some)

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Publix buy theirs get ours free

Happy emailed with a new “Buy Theirs, Get Ours Free” promotion for the week of 1/24 (1/23 for some).

This promo will begin with your ad start date (either Wednesday or Thursday). You will get the Publix brand FREE when you buy the corresponding national brand product.

Here are a few answers to questions typically asked about this promotion:

Most stores allow you to get one of each product offered. Be sure and ask your store if you would like to get multiples of one product. As far as I know all stores participate in this promotion. It will not be listed in the weekly ad but you can see the promotion online at Publix.com as an additional ad (to the right of the weekly ad).

  • Ronzoni Ziti 1lb, $1.59 (Publix $0.99)
  • Ragu Old World Style Traditional 24oz, $2.19 (Publix $1.15)
    -$0.20/1 Ragu Pasta Sauce, jar 01/27/2013 RP Insert (exp 02/24/2013)
    -$0.60/2 Ragu Pasta Sauces, TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 01/27/2013)
  • Kraft Parmesan Cheese 3oz, $2.29 (Publix $1.79)
    -$0.55/2 Kraft Cheese 01/20/2013 SS Insert (exp 02/20/2013)
  • Del Monte Diced Tomatoes 14.5oz, $1.59 (Publix $1.50)

If you want to add these items to your shopping list click

Ronzoni Ziti 1lb, $1.59 (Publix $0.99)
Ragu Old World Style Traditional 24oz, $2.19 (Publix $1.15)
-$0.20/1 Ragu Pasta Sauce, jar 01/27/2013 RP Insert (exp 02/24/2013)
-$0.60/2 Ragu Pasta Sauces, TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 01/27/2013)
Kraft Parmesan Cheese 3oz, $2.29 (Publix $1.79)
-$0.55/2 Kraft Cheese 01/20/2013 SS Insert (exp 02/20/2013)
Del Monte Diced Tomatoes 14.5oz, $1.59 (Publix $1.50)

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Comments

  1. Ash says

    I see these, I’ve never done one before- I have a question-

    I’m assuming we can use coupons on the Manufacturer’s items…
    But- Can we use Competitor Brand name q’s on the free Publix items?

    For example- Let’s say my Publix allows me to purchase 2 Ragu’s, and get 2 Publix brand sauces free.
    Can I use:
    $1/2 Ragu sauce MQ
    .60/2 Ragu TQ
    $1/2 Market Pantry Pasta sauces

    … and Pay $1.78 for 4 sauces?

    • nick says

      Yes! Publix will accept the target coupons, cause they are “like” items. However, you should use 2 $1/2 MQ, and 2 $1/2 competitor coupon and you would pay 38 cents!

      • Ash says

        Hoooray!

        But I would only be buying 2 Ragu sauces, so I think I can only use one $1/2 Ragu’s. And I’d get 2 Free Publix sauces, so I could only use one $1/2 TQ.

        There is also a Target coupon for $1/2 any Market Pantry cheeses. There used to be a size restriction on them, but there isn’t now. Just says “excludes single serve”.

        And $1/3 Market pantry dry pasta.

        • Ash says

          Lol- we were responding at the same I guess.

          Thanks for letting me know though! I know sometimes stores alter their coupon policy with special deals like this- I LOVE Publix!!

  2. Fort Myers says

    Cashier responses run the gamut. I have had cashiers insist I can only use one coupon per item as well as those who say if it scans it works, as well as those who pay no attention to what competitor coupons they are ringing up. I have had them agree that Archer Farms is a Target house brand while others insist only Market Pantry is and still others who indicate it would need to be ‘Target’ brand to be a competitor. Look at the signage and if it does not limit you to one deal on the Buy Theirs Get Ours Free, ask them to show you where it states quantity limits. By the way, when I bought 4 Haagen Daz yesterday on BOGO and presented 2 manufacturer BOGO coupons the cashier stated it was ‘unfair’ that I was getting the ice cream free. So don’t be intimidated. If you are working within their coupon policy and signage, “The customer is always right.”

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