I have some great news for you guys in Florida…there’s a big BOGO sale on my favorite salads! Ready Pac Bistro Bowls are buy one get one FREE this week! In addition to the sale, you’ll be happy to know that there is also the big printable coupon that will help you score a fantastic deal.
Ready Pac Bistro Bowls, BOGO $3.99
–$0.50/1 Ready Pac® Bistro® Bowl™ single serve salad
Just $1.50 after coupon.
Remember all of the salads are under 300 calories and they have options for everyone. Ready Pac gives you the freedom to eat healthier at home, at work and on-the-go with their convenient salads that are perfect for any occasion. You get authentic bistro flavor in the convenience of a bowl that goes wherever you need it. It’s the perfect meal solution for your busy day!
Each salad has everything you need, including the fork. The salad is separate from the ingredients so nothing gets soggy. Even your dressing is separate and sealed. When you are ready to eat, you simply tip the top container into the bowl and mix everything up. Totally delicious and super convenient!
Look for all the following varieties and stock up while you can grab a great deal. I have had all of them and can tell you that every single one is just fantastic. The hard part will be deciding which one to try first!
- Chicken Caesar
- Turkey & Bacon Cobb
- Spinach Dijon
- Cranberry Walnut
- Chopped Sesame Miso
- Chopped Italian Style
- Chef Salad
Whether you are on the go or just need a healthy meal in a pinch, these are the perfect meal solution for your busy day!
This post is brought to you by the folks at Ready Pac. All comments and opinions are my own.
Wish they were BOGO in Alabama!
Not seeing it in my ad 🙁
Unadvertised deal…but you should find the deal in your store if you are in Florida 🙂
Not in the Georgia stores though. =(
How long can you store the salads?
always get the latest dates depending on the date is really how long they stay fresh
i buy this all THE TIME
my girls gobble them up
so so easy to take
love every flavor!!
It’s polite to get the front one. If you cherry pick, you leave a mess for the employees to sort out.
If I’m giving my money to a store I can select the product with the expiration date that I want. I’ve purchased frozen foods from Publix that expired months prior so I always look and will choose the latest expiration date.
I agree with you 100%!
Cherry picking is not what I do
I habitually look at expiration dates with everything I purchase. Medicines, lotions, toothpaste, milk, yogurt, etc.
Can’t imagine not actually
All to often, even at Publix, the expiration day is 2days later some 5 days.
Do however sometimes purchase these items
Did the other day with cottage cheese==on Monday purchased publix brand cottage cheese and it expires tom on the 8th.
So I keep this in mind so I will use the product before than.
With these salad I can not purchase enough esp when they are bogo with a coupon.
My family of 6 can eat 2 a day each
So hope this example about sheds some light on choosing items with expiration dates.
If you happen to work at Publix maybe the above example would keep frustrations to a minimum for you or those reading.
I shop about 3 times a week at Publix and this has been my experience.
Love to hear other thoughts about the above. thanks
Any change we may have this sale in Georgia, too? 😉
I have a feeling you might just see them BOGO next week 😉
Why is this deal only in Florida?
On Monday I found 75 cent coupons for these salads at Winn Dixie in the little Smart Source coupon holder in front of the product. I don’t think they were BOGO at Winn Dixie. This was in North Port , Florida and the coupons don’t inspire until 10/13/15.
These are quite tasty and convenient. Great lunches
I love the three types I’ve tried. Super convenient! Of course I only tried them because I had a coupon, but I’ll buy them even without a sale.
I’m in FT. Lauderdale FL, just returned from publix & unfortunately these rang up regular price at the register no bogo