Saturday, February 07, 2015

Publix Trip 2-5-15


It was another small trip to Publix this week, but it was a gas card week so I got a few things.
Here's what I got today:

(3) Coca-Cola 12 packs B2G1 $4.99 (reg. $4.99 each)
(used two Get One Free coupons from MyCokeRewards)
made them all FREE

(2) House Autry chicken breading 2 for $2.29 (reg. $2.29 each)
(used $.50/1 coupons from the 1/25 SS insert - doubled to $1/1)
made them $.14 each

(4) Pop-Tarts Cinnamon Roll $1.93
(used $.40/1 printables from HERE - doubled to $.80/1)
made them $1.13 each

(2) Pop-Tarts PB&J $1.93
(used $.40/1 printables from HERE - doubled to $.80/1)
made them $1.13 each

(2) Honey Smacks B1G1 $3.35
(used $.50/1 printables from HERE - doubled to $1/1)
made them $.67 each

(2) PF Chang's Meals For Two $5.99 (reg. $7.49)
(used $1/1 printables from HERE - no longer available?)
(used $3/2 Publix coupon from the grocery advantage flyer)
(got $1 back from Snap)
made them $2.99 each

(2) Lance Crackers $2 (reg. $3.09)
(used $1/1 coupons from the 1/11 SS insert)
made them $1 each

(3) Capri-Sun 100% Juice $2 (reg. $3.99)
got $2 off at checkout for buying 3
no coupons used
made them $1.33 each

(1) Nutella $3 (reg. $3.89)
(used $2/1 printable from HERE)
made it $1

(1) EAS Shakes $4.50 (reg. $4.85)
(used $3/1 coupon that I got for doing a post)
made it $1.50

(1) gallon of Green Wise organic milk $6.79 (not happy they went up on price AGAIN)
(got $.25 back from Ibotta)
made it $6.54

(2) Zephyrhills Spring Water 12 packs $3.79
(used B1G1 Publix coupon from the Resolve To Save booklet)
made them $1.89 each

(1) Tyson Steak Fingers $4.99 (reg. $6.29)
no coupons used

(1) pound of strawberries $2.50
no coupons used

(4) Red Delicious Apples $2.44 (reg. $4.16)
(got $.49 deposited into my Upromise account)
made them $1.95

(1) $50 gas card

Total before sales & coupons:  $157.02
used $10 off $50 gas card in ad coupon
Paid:  $82.67 plus tax


* If you're new here I look at the $10 coupon as savings on my groceries since I have to buy gas anyway.  So, it's like paying $32.67 for $107.02 worth of groceries.


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1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the tip on the water bottles. I wlll be picking some up tomorrow.

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