Still Time To Stock Up On Smithfield Bacon During The Publix BOGO Sale

Feb 18, 2019 | #, Deals | 8 comments

This post is sponsored by Smithfield. All comments and opinion are my own.

Don’t forget to stock up on your favorite varieties of Smithfield Bacon during the buy one, get one FREE sale at Publix. Stock up and have plenty of delicious bacon on hand for all your favorite meals and recipes. The sale runs through Wednesday 2/20 (Tuesday, 2/19 for some)…so don’t dilly dally!

Smithfield Bacon, 16 oz, BOGO $5.81

Smithfield has a long heritage of smoking and curing fine meats to perfection. Their bacon has a rich flavor that can only be attained by this unique natural smoking process. Available in a wide variety of flavors and packages including low sodium and less fat, you’ll find all your favorites at Publix.

Whether you choose to fry it up and pair with eggs and toast for a simple breakfast or as part of a tasty recipe, you get the taste you love at a great discount.

While Valentine’s Day may be over you can still show your family a little love. Shake up your traditional eggs and bacon breakfast with a fun and delicious alternative. Serve up Savory Bacon Heart Breakfast Toasts and put a little love in your morning meal.

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  1. I’m curious when and where that photo was taken. I know you are in the Atlanta area. I just walked out of my store in Orlando where the regular price is $8.99.

  2. Chattanooga, TN 🙂

  3. I’m in Atlanta and my price is similar to Michelle’s price. I have noticed that the Atlanta prices for dairy products are usually less than Michelle’s prices and our canned goods are often more expensive.

  4. Smithfield bacon was $5.58 at my store in Woodstock GA

  5. I too was shocked. $8.99 here in Montgomery AL.☹️

  6. In SW Fl over $9 🙂

  7. $8.99 in Lexington SC. 🙁

  8. I see. I know that dairy and fresh meat prices would vary depending on the area regardless of the store. I’ve ran across blogs in the past where a gallon of milk is $1.98, and it’s at a regular grocery store; not Aldi. But I assumed that processed items would be relatively the same prices everywhere.


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