Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Publix Deals 5/18 - 5/24 or 5/19 - 5/25

Here are this week's Publix deals!

Printable Manufacturer Coupons
Printable Competitor* Store Coupons (*acceptance varies by store)
Buy One Get One Free Deals
Arm & Hammer Toothpaste: $2.99
$.75/1 - 5/8 Smartsource
$1/1 - 5/8 Smartsource
= $.49 each

Chinet Classic White Plates (24-55 count pkg): $6.17
= $2.08 each

Chinet Dinner Napkins (40 count or 90 count pkg): $2.15
$.75/1 - 4/10 Smartsource
= As low as $.07 each


**Click "Read More" below for more deals...
 
Lipton Tea (family size, 24 count box): $2.53
$.40/1 - 5/22 Redplum
stack with*
=As low as $.36 each

Lysol Disinfectant Bathroom Cleaner (32 oz bottle): $3.69
= $1.34 each

Pedigree Denta Stix for Dogs: Price Unlisted
$1/1 - 5/1 Redplum
= Price Unlisted

Smart Balance Spread: $3.49
$1/2 - 5/8 Smartsource
$1/2 - 4/10 Smartsource
= $1.24 each

Whiskas Cat Food: $4.49
$1/1 - 5/15 Redplum
$1/1 - 3/27 Redplum
= $1.24 each

Wish Bone Salad Dressing: $2.97
$1.50/2 - 5/22 Redplum
= As low as $.73 each


Other Sales


FROZEN / REFRIGERATED

Blue Bell Ice Cream: $4.50
= $3.50

Breakstone's Cottage Cheese Doubles: $.50
$.75/3 - 5/22 Smartsource
= $.25 each


GROCERY / PANTRY

Domino Premium Sugar (5 lb bag): $2.99
$.75/2 - 5/22 Redplum
$.75/2 - 3/27 Redplum
$.40/1 - Ladies Home Journal magazine, April 2011
$.40/1 - Family Circle magazine, April 2011
$.40/1 - Better Homes & Gardens magazine, April 2011
= As low as $2.59 each

Kellogg's Cereal (Rice Krispies, Froot Loops, Fun Pak, Smorz, Cinnabon, or Eggo Maple Syrup Cereal): $1.99
$1.50/3 - 4/10 Redplum
$1/2 Rice Krispies - 4/17 Redplum
$1/3 - 5/15 Redplum
$1/3 - 4/17 Redplum
= As low as $1.49 each

Maxwell House Ground Coffee: $2.99
$.75/1 - 4/17 Smartsource
$1/2 - All You magazine, May 2011
$.55/1 - 4/17 Smartsource
= As low as $1.99 each


HEALTH / BEAUTY

Excedrin Pain Medicine (20 or 24 count box, look for $1/1 peelie on box): $2.79
$1/1 - peelie on select packages
$.75/1 - 4/17 Smartsource
= As low as $1.79


HOUSEHOLD

Arm & Hammer Laundry Detergent: $3.99
$1/2 - 4/10 Smartsource
= $3.49

Bounty Paper Towels (6 roll): $6.99
$1/1 Target coupon* - 4/10 Redplum
stack with*
$.25/1 - 5/1 Proctor & Gamble
= $5.74

Kleenex Cottonelle Toilet Paper (12 roll): $6.49
= $5.99

Ziploc Freezer or Storage Bags (value pack): $3.50
$1/2 Publix coupon - Publix Yellow Advantage Buy Flyer
stack with
$1/2 - 5/15 Smartsource
$1/2 - 4/3 Smartsource
= As low as $2.50 each


MEAT

Ball Park Beef Franks: $3.00
$.75/2 - 5/1 Redplum
$1/2 - 5/1 Redplum
$.75/2 - 3/27 Redplum
$1/2 - 3/27 Redplum
= As low as $2.50 each


ORGANICS

Kashi Cereal: $2.99
stack with*
= As low as $1.49 each

Organic Valley Milk (64 oz): $3.50
= $3.00


Tips for Saving at Publix:
  • Prices and deals are from Florida ad and can vary by store
  • Printable coupons in red and non-printables in blue 
  • Check out the the Publix ad before making your shopping list. 
  • *Different stores accept different competitor coupons. This list features them all. Ask at your store's customer service desk about what is allowed in your store.
  • Most stores allow "stacking" of 1 Manufacturer's Q and 1 Store coupon per item.
  • Use 2 coupons for each BOGO deal
  • Stores outside of Florida usually allow 1) Coupon doubling and 2) Buying only 1 of the BOGO items at 1/2 of the regular price. This list reflects Florida prices based on buying 2 BOGO items
  • Ask for a Raincheck if your store is out of a BOGO or Sale item
  • Watch the screen during checkout and remember the Publix Checkout Promise!
  • Bigger cities receive larger and more higher value coupon inserts than smaller ones do. To purchase specific coupons from a larger region's paper, check out The Coupon Clippers.
  • Fiddledeedee is featured in BeCentsAble's weekly Grocery Gathering.

3 comments:

Wendy said...

Our local Publix started handing out printed flyers stating that as of this month, they will only accept coupons from nearby competitors that are listed: Food Lion, Bi-Lo, Harris Teeter, Piggly Wiggly and Whole Foods Market. They are no longer accepting Target, CVS, Walgreens, RiteAid or Earth Fare coupons. Boooooooo!!!!

Dot Bevlin-Goldman said...

Guess it depends upon where you live for the competitors coupons. I went to 4 different Publix's today just to see what they said. Valrico store which is about 10 minutes not even that from me will take Albertson, GFS Marketplace, Sav-A-Lot, Sweetbay & Winn Dixie. Now the other 3 stores one is only 3 minutes from my Valrico store also takes the same competitors coupons as well as Target. Now what I don't understand is how one that is even further away from my Valrico store will take Target but not my store. Going to write the corporate office about this as makes no sense to me especially since the closes Sav-A-Lot to us is 30 minutes away!

Anonymous said...

Be thankful! My Publix will only accept Kroger, Harris Teeter, and Whole Foods coupons now. I rarely have coupons from any of these stores. Kroger has electronic coupons, so I can't use those, and Harris Teeter and Whole Foods rarely have coupons I use. Really stinks!