Meat Coupons Roundup – Dinner Without Breaking The Bank

April 23, 2014 

 Meat Coupons Roundup   Dinner Without Breaking The BankWho says you can’t save on meat? I have noticed a nice little trend lately - we are seeing more meat coupons and protein item coupons. I thought I’d do a little roundup so you can get your savings. Remember to build your menu around the coupons and deals to keep that out of pocket as low as possible!!

Please note I was under zip 33033 unless otherwise noted!

FRESH CASE

FROZEN

READY TO EAT

MEAT FREE 

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Jose Ole Coupon – $3 Off Two Snacks

April 23, 2014 

 Jose Ole Coupon   $3 Off Two SnacksMy buddy Amy emailed to let us know to head over to the Jose Ole Facebook page for a big printable coupon. I looked and didn’t see a sale going on right now but with Cinco de Mayo next week, maybe we will see a sale to pair with the coupon? Grab it if you will use it.

It looks like they are also doing some giveaways on Cinco de Mayo so I will try to remind you guys to check it out then.

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Old El Paso Coupon – Print & Hold For Upcoming BOGO Sale

April 23, 2014 

 Old El Paso Coupon   Print & Hold For Upcoming BOGO SaleUPDATE: Ok–I just grabbed my copies from my printer and the new printable coupon is a PUBLIX COUPON. I have never seen one that wasn’t at least noted somehow on coupon image. BUT–it means a great deal for us as we can use it with the coupon on Que Rica Vida. Please be aware that this coupon may be tricky to grab but I was able to open a browser that I don’t use very often and get the coupon!!

I thought I’d give you guys a heads up that the new Old El Paso coupon will come in handy next week. I know we just started the new ad but you might want to grab the printable coupons and hold them for next week if you like the dinner kits. They will be BOGO with the ad that starts on 5/1.

Old El Paso Dinner Kits, BOGO $3.19
-$1/3 Old El Paso® items (excludes Frozen and Refrigerated entrees) Publix coupon (zip 30187)
-$0.60/3 Old El Paso Products printable (if you don’t see the coupon open the link in a different browser!)
$1.06 per kit after coupons!

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Checkout 51 Offers For 4/24 to 4/30

April 23, 2014 

USApr24sneak peek newsletter Checkout 51 Offers For 4/24 to 4/30

Here are the upcoming Checkout 51 offers that we can take advantage of starting tomorrow at Publix. I will happily take a bit of cash back for produce, so I’m happy to see that offer for oranges.

I’m sure there will be a couple personalized offers…I’ll keep you guys posted if I see any other deals!

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Ask The Readers – A Push Toward The Positive

April 23, 2014 

Publix Ask the Readers 2 Ask The Readers   A Push Toward The Positive

This morning I thought I’d ask you guys to weigh in on an Ask The Readers topic:

I have noticed lately that people are commenting with less than positive comments. Often people are being downright rude and insulting to others. I know you have always said that you want this to be a positive website. Why don’t you block or delete these comments? Why do people feel it’s OK to be so negative when the goal of this site is saving money when you shop? How did the comment section become a place to trade insults?

I definitely want this site to be a place of fun and positivity. I have good days and bad days like everyone else and have learned that often it’s best to take a breath before I type. I want folks to be able to say what they want (provided it’s family friendly). I very rarely delete or edit comments because I do think everyone is entitled to their opinion.

I agree in that I wish that some of the less than positive comments would cool it a bit. Maybe if you guys see those not so nice comments, you can add your own good one to balance it out a bit. I love to hear from you guys and the comment section is how I know you guys are here and listening. I never want to discourage comments so maybe you guys can help me turn those negative ones around and push the conversation towards the positive!

I’d love to hear what you guys have to say about this too!

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New Printable Coupons Including Kellogg’s For Our Cereal Deals This Week

April 23, 2014 

 New Printable Coupons Including Kelloggs For Our Cereal Deals This Week

There are a few new printable coupons that you guys are going to want to grab today:

We have all those matching ibotta offers plus a Checkout 51 offer for the Special K cereal. And of course, we have some great Kellogg’s sales this week that match up with our new unrestricted Kellogg’s Cereal coupon!

Here are the deals you can grab this week at Publix:

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes Cereal 10.5 oz box or Chocolate Frosted Flakes, 14.7 oz or Corn Flakes 18 oz, $1.99
-$1 off Milk wyb 2 Kellogg’s Cereal 8.56 oz + Grocery Advantage Buy Flyer “Happy Easter” In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 4/12 – 5/2)
-$1/3 Kellogg’s Cereals
-$1/2 Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes (Checkout 51 Deposit)
Buy three boxes and pay just 99¢ per box if you are buying milk too.

Kellogg’s Raisin Bran Cereal 142 – 19.7 oz, Assorted Varieties, or Crispix or Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory 11.5 or 12 oz box, BOGO $4.45
-$1 off Milk wyb 2 Kellogg’s Cereal 8.56 oz + Grocery Advantage Buy Flyer “Happy Easter” In-Ad Publix Coupon (valid 4/12 – 5/2)
-$1/3 Kellogg’s Cereals
$1.55 per box if you are buying milk too.

If you want to add the cereal deals to your shopping list, just head over to the current Publix Ad and Coupon Matchups.

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Printable Store Coupons 4/23 – Food Lion Coupons

April 23, 2014 

 Printable Store Coupons 4/23   Food Lion CouponsHere are this week’s printable store coupons. No Harveys coupons again this week…but if your store accepts Food Lion as a competitor, you are in luck. You can use these coupons with a manufacturer’s coupon to save lots of money.

Remember, per the Publix coupon policy Q&A, Publix will accept a competitor’s coupon for a private label item. They view this as an opportunity for them to introduce customers to Publix brand products.

Food Lion Coupons (exp 4/29)
$1/$5 purchase in the deli/bakery department
$0.55/1 Butterball Regular or Lower Sodium Turkey Bacon (12 oz)
$0.55/1 Butterball Deep Fried Original or Cajun Lunchmeat (8 oz)
$0.50/1 my essentials™ jam, jelly or preserves (32 oz)
$0.50/2 Food Lion or my essentials™ canned pasta (14.5-15 oz)

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Publix Penny Item 4/23 & 4/24

April 23, 2014 

pennyitem Publix Penny Item 4/23 & 4/24This week the Publix penny item for 4/23 o 4/24 is Publix Peanut Butter.

The Publix mystery item coupon is valid for one day only – the day your ad begins (usually either Wednesday or Thursday). The actual coupon can be found in your local newspaper on your penny item day!

As a reminder, Florida and other coastal areas do not participate in the penny item promotion. Please feel free to leave a comment below if your store offers a different item!

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Tyson Wings Coupon To Print

April 22, 2014 

 Tyson Wings Coupon To PrintOh how I love hot wings. If you are a fan you might want to check out the new printable coupon for Tyson Wings! I am not sure if Publix carries Tyson wings or just their own…still a great coupon if you think you will use it.

Thanks to Steph at Printable Coupons and Deals

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Try Me Tuesday – Publix Disinfecting Wipes

April 22, 2014 

publix wipes Try Me Tuesday   Publix Disinfecting Wipes

Welcome to this week’s Try Me Tuesday. Each week I will grab a new set of products and test them out. I’ll put the Publix brand up against a national brand product and report back.

I know many times I struggle with what brand to choose. Often a sale or a coupon/sale combination make that an easier decision…but what about those times when you need an item and there is not a sale? Do you grab the house brand or pay more and get the national brand? More importantly, is there really a difference?

At Marta’s suggestion, I tried Publix Disinfecting Wipes. Once I was home, I thought that I probably should have grabbed some of the Lysol Wipes too…but you know what they say – hindsight is 20/20. Maybe at some point I’ll  have a chance to do another test.

Publix Disinfecting Wipes, 75 ct (Lemon Scent) 1 lb 1 oz, $3.99

Active Ingredients:
Alkyl Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chlorides 0.14%
Alkyl Dimethyl Ethykbenzyl Ammonium Chlorides 0.14%
Inert Ingredients 99.72%

Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, 75 ct (Citrus Blend) 1 lb 3.7 oz, $4.99

Active Ingredients:
n-Alkyl Dimethyl Benzyl Ammonium Chloride 0.184%
n-Alkyl Dimethyl Ethykbenzyl Ammonium Chlorides 0.184%
Other Ingredients 99.632%

wipes 2 Try Me Tuesday   Publix Disinfecting Wipes

As you can tell by the images, the wipes were the same size. When I compared them before use, I noted the Clorox to be a softer cloth that had a definite texture while the Publix cloth was harder to the touch and a uniform texture.

So, I decided to clean my countertops using the Publix cloth for one half and the Clorox wipe on the other half.

Results: 

I am not sure the pictures really show the results as much as they should. Both wipes held up to the test. Neither ripped or tore and they both stayed pretty moist throughout the whole cleaning.

If you guys could see the cloths up close, you would notice that the Clorox Wipe has more junk and grime on it. I think that the “pocket” type texture of the cloth allowed it to pick up more of the mess. Now, the Publix cloth also had discolored a bit from the grime but it was much more noticeable on the Clorox Wipe. There were chunks of gunk caught up in the wipe.

Now I can’t really speak to the disinfecting portion as I have no idea what those active ingredients mean and no way to test to see if it was really disinfecting. I’ll just have to trust that both were indeed working as they were supposed to.

You guys know that my little tests are totally unscientific but I am going to give the win to the Clorox Wipes. Based on the look of the cloth after I cleaned, it really looked like it picked up much more grime.

I’d love to hear your experience with these. Did you find that one was better than the other?

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