Thursday, May 15, 2014

Publix Trip 5-15-14


I was happy to finally get a good week at Publix.  It wasn't my best trip nor my worst, but I saved more than I spent which is a success to me.  I got a lot of snacky goodness because summer is only days away!  The only bad thing about this trip was the rude lady who was behind me in line.  Friendly tip:  If you only have a hand full of items don't get in line behind the person that has a buggy full of stuff and an envelope full of coupons.  They do have express checkout lanes or you could even go to customer service to check out.  Ok, end of rant.  :-)

Here's what I got today:

(2) Level Life Bars 4 pack $3.74 (reg. $4.99)
(used $4/1 printables no longer available)
(got $1.50 back from Ibotta)
made them FREE plus overage

(4) Grands! Biscuits $1 (reg. $1.49)
(used $.50/1 printables no longer available - doubled to $1/1)
made them FREE

(6) Yoplait Greek 100 $1  (reg. $1.20)
(used $1/5 Target printable from HERE)
(got $1 deposited into Upromise account)
made them $.66 each

(2) Nature Valley Breakfast Biscuits $3.69
(used Get One Free wyb three Yoplait Greek yogurts Publix coupons from the grocery advantage flyer)
(got $.50 deposited into Upromise account)
made them FREE

(1) Cascadian Farms Cereal $2.50 (reg. $3.99)
(used $.75/1 printable from HERE)
(used Get One Free Rebate peelie)
made it FREE plus overage

(1) Yoplait Yogurt 8 pack $3.99
(used Get One Free wyb any Cascadian Farms cereal or granola Publix coupon from the grocery advantage flyer)
made it FREE

(4) Pillsbury Crescent Rolls $1 (reg. $1.59)
(used $.75/1 printables no longer available)
made them $.25 each

(2) Cookie Crisp cereal B1G1 $3.99
(used $1/1 printables no longer available)
(got $.50 deposited into Upromise account)
made them $.99 each plus Upromise deposit

(1) gallon of milk $4.25
(used $1 off milk wyb two General Mills cereals Publix coupon from the grocery advantage flyer)
(got $1.00 back from Ibotta - $.50 for the milk and $.50 bonus for redeeming two other offers)
made it $2.25

(2) Kraft Fresh Take $2.99
(used B1G1 Publix coupon from this week's ad)
(used $1.50/2 coupon from a Better Homes and Gardens magazine)
made them $.74 each

(2) Quaker Big Chewy Bars B1G1 $2.33
(used $1/1 coupons from the 5/4 RP insert)
made them $.16 each

(4) Quaker Chewy Granola Bars B1G1 $2.33
(used $1/2 coupons from the 5/4 RP insert)
made them $.66 each

(4) Kraft BBQ sauce B1G1 $1.25
(used $1/2 coupons from the 5/11 SS insert)
made them $.12 each

(2) A1 Steak Sauce B1G1 $3.27
(used $1/1 coupons from the 5/11 SS insert)
made them $.63 each

(1) Wishbone Dressing B1G1 $2.61
(got back $1 from Ibotta)
made it $.31

(2) Nestle Splash 6 pack $1.50 (reg. $2.50)
(used $1/2 Publix eCoupon)
(used $1/2 Publix coupon from the grocery advantage flyer)
made them $.50 each

(2) Herbal Essences shampoo $2.50 (reg. $3.99)
(used $3/2 coupon from the P&G insert)
made them $1 each

(2) Coffee-Mate Creamers 32 oz $2.50 (reg. $3.09)
(used $1/1 printables no longer available)
(used $1/2 Target printable from HERE)
made them $1 each

(4) Cheez-Its B1G1 $3.39
(used $1/2 printables that came in a Kellogg's Family Rewards email)
made them $1.19 each

(2) Tyson Grilled & Ready $2.50 (reg. $3.99)
(used $.55/1 coupons from the 5/4 SS insert)
(used $1.50/2 Target printable no longer available)
made them $1.20 each

(3) Pop-Tarts $1.67 each (reg. $1.92)
(used $1.50/1 printables from HERE - 1,000 points)
made them $.17 each

(2) Blue Diamond Almonds B1G1 $3.59
(used $.75/2 coupon from the 4/6 SS insert)
made them $1.42 each

(3) Breyer's Ice Cream B1G1 $4.87
(used $3/3 Publix eCoupon)
made them $1.43 each

(2) Reddi-Whip $2.50
(used $1/1 printables from HERE)
made them $1.50 each

(4) Watermelon Chunks $13.42 (reg. $26.84)
(used two $1 off $1 produce wyb $25 in additional groceries Publix coupon that came in today's paper)
made it $11.42 for all of it

(2) fresh pineapple cored $2.99 (reg. $4.99)
no coupons used

Total before sales & coupons:  $201.27
Paid:  $52.26 plus tax


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1 comment:

  1. Your post was a huge help to me., Thanks for your hard work

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