Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Publix deals 11/12- 11/18

Remember that you do not have to buy two of the BOGO(buy one get one free) items to get the price. My store rings up the items at 1/2 price each. You can use manufacturer coupons for each of the BOGO items. If you have a Publix or another "store" coupon you can combine that with a manufacturer coupon . Not all stores double coupons and not all stores will accept competitor coupons. I use coupons from Kroger that are for $5 off your $45 order that they mailed me. I also have some that Rite Aid offered for $5 off $25 that I have used. These prices are for the Southeast region. I changed a few of the prices from the list I copied this from at Southern Savers. In my region a few items are cheaper, like milk. I also deleted some sale items from the site because I didn't feel they were a good deal or the coupon to print has reached its limit and you would not be able to print and use it.

Buy One Get One Items
Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal, at $4.09/2
-$2 off Just Bunches cereal printable (makes it .04¢ ea)

Fresh Express Salad Blend, 5-12 oz bag, surprisingly low price
-.50/1 Fresh Express Tender Leaf Salad printable
-.75/1 any Tender Leaf Salad SS 9/21, 10/26, 11/09-$2 off Produce wyb 2 Fresh Express Salads Publix coupon in Thanksgiving Savings flyer (use with manf coupon for best savings)

Rosetto Pasta, 18-25 oz bag, surprisingly low price
-$1 off any Rosetto product printable

Crisco 100% Extra Virgin Olive Oil, 16.9 oz at $6.49/2
-$1 off any Crisco Olive Oil, Any RP 10/19 (makes it $2.24 ea)
-.75/1 Crisco Olive oil found at Publix

McCormick Gravy Mix, 0.75-1.08 oz pkg, at .99¢/2
-.25/2 McCormick Gravy RP 11/02 (makes it .24¢ ea)

Orville Redenbacher’s Popping Corn, 6 or 10 pk, at $4.89/2
-$1/2 Orville and other products printable
-.40/1 Orville Popping Corn SS 10/12 (makes it $1.64)

Dove Chocolate, Dark Rich or Milk Chocolate, 8.5-9.5 oz bag, at $3.79/2
-$1 off Dove Chocolates 3.4 oz or larger RP 9/07 (makes it .89¢ ea)

Nabisco Ritz Crackers, 13.66-16 oz box, at $3.39/2
-$1/2 Nabisco Crackers printable or Bi-Lo Holiday Insert 11/09 (makes it $1.19 ea)

Betty Crocker Frosting, 12-16 oz tub, at $1.83/2
-.55/1 Betty Crocker Frosting printable (makes it .36¢ ea)
-$1/2 Betty Crocker Frosting SS 10/19

Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie Mix, or Dessert Bar Mix, at $2.69/2
-.55/1 Betty Crocker Supreme Brownie Mix printable (makes it .79¢ ea)
Mail in Rebate for full value back

McCormick Pure Vanilla Extract, 2 oz bottle, at $8.49/2
-.25/1 any McCormick Spice or Extract RP 11/02 (makes it $3.74)

McCormick Grinder, at $1.99/2
-.25/1 any McCormick Spice RP 11/02 (makes it .49¢ ea)

Hefty EZ Ovenware Casserole Pans, with covers, 2 or 3 qt, 2 ct pkg, at $4.49/2
-.50/1 Hefty EZ Foil Pans Or EZ Ovenware Pans , Any RP 10/05 (will not double) (makes it $1.74 ea)

Lysol All Purpose Trigger Spray Cleaner or Antibacterial Kitchen at $2.69/2
-.50/1 Lysol All Purpose Cleaner Trigger or Lysol Plus Bleach SS 11/02 (makes it .34¢ ea)

Banquet Brown ‘N Serve Sausage Links or Patties, at $1.89/2

Lender’s Bagels, pre-sliced, 6 ct bag, at $1.66/2

Betty Crocker Supreme Brownies $2.49/2

Other Deals
Milk 1 gallon $3.59
Publix Brown Sugar or Confectioner’s Sugar 16oz .66¢ ea
White Potatoes 5lb bag $1.99 (.39¢ lb)
Bartlett Pears .99¢ lb
Red Globe Grapes $1.49 lb
Granny Smith Apples 3 lb bag $2.99
Sweet Onions 3lb bag $2.49
Tangerines 3lb bag $2 ea
Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner .50¢ ea (limit 4)
Tombstone Pizza $2.99 ea
Whole Chicken .99¢ lb
Top Sirloin Steaks $4.99 lb

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, 14 oz box, 1.99 (limit 4)
-$1 off Kelloggs Cereal printable or SS 11/09 (makes it .99¢ ea)

Progresso Soup, 18-19 oz can, $1.50 ea-$1.10 off any Progresso Soup printable (makes it .40¢ ea)-$1/2 off any Progresso Soups printable or SS 10/05 (makes it $1 ea)
-$2/4 off any Progresso Soups printable

Colgate Total Toothpaste $2.29 eaColgate Toothpaste $1.99 ea
-$1 off any adult Colgate Toothpaste SS 10/26 (makes it .99¢ ea)
-$1.50 off Colgate Total Advanced printable (makes it .79¢ ea)

Florida’s Natural Orange Juice $3 ea
-.55/1 Florida’s Natural Juice coupon found near Pharmacy in Publix

Land O Lakes Butter with Canola Oil $1.50 ea
-.55/1 Land O Lakes Butter SS 10/12 (makes it .95¢ ea)

Pillsbury Ready to Bake cookies $2 ea
-$1/2 Pillsbury Cookie Dough printable

Pillsbury Crescent Rolls, Pizza Crusts, and others $1.66 ea
-.35/1 Crescent Rolls printable or here
-.60/2 Pillsbury Italian Meal Breads printable or here

Pepperidge Farm Toast 50% off
-$1/2 Garlic Bread or Texas Toast Fresh Flavorful Frozen Booklet at Publix or SS 10/05

Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables $1 ea
-.50/1 Green Giant Boxed Vege printable (makes it FREE)
-.50/2 Green Giant Frozen Boxed Vegetables, Any SS 10/05
-.25/1 Green Giant Healthy Boxed Vegetables, Any SS 10/05-.60/2 Green Giant Boxed Vegetables printable

Michael Angelo’s Entrees $2.50 ea
-$1.50/1 Michael Angelo’s Entrees Sept Greenwise Mag at Publix

Peter Pan Peanut Butter 40 oz jar $3.50 ea
-$1/2 Peter Pan and other products printable
-.50/1 Peter Pan Peanut Butter Sept, Oct All You Mag. (makes it $2.50 ea)Mail in rebate for full value

Muir Glen Products-$1 off any Muir Glen product printable (makes pastes and sauce free)
The Muir Glen is in the organic section not with regular tomato sauce

Domino Sugar 5lb bag $1.99 ea
-.35/1 any 4 or 5 lb Sugar RP 10/12 (makes it $1.29)
-.50/2 any Domino Sugar product RP 11/16 (upcoming)

Keebler Ready Crust Pie Shell .99¢ ea
-.25/1 Keebler Pie Crusts RP 11/09

Eagle Brand Milk $2 ea
-.55/1 Eagle Brand Condensed Milk RP 11/09

Campbell’s Cream Soups .75¢ ea
-.40/4 Campbell’s Cream Soups SS 10/12

Hefty EZ Foil Roaster $1.99 ea
-.50/1 Hefty EZ Foil Pans Or EZ Ovenware Pans , Any RP 10/05 (will not double)

Arm & Hammer Detergent $3.99 ea
-$1 off Arm & Hammer Detergent printable

Angel Soft 12 double or 24 reg pk $5.50 ea
-.50/1 off Angel Soft 6pk or larger printable or RP 10/19

Be sure to check out Southern Savers. I used their matchup list so want to be sure to link to them and thank them for all their work!

1 comment:

lera said...

Hi! I couldn't find an email address for you, but I wanted to answer the question you left on my blog.

The sweater that I bought from the thrift store was wool. I washed it in hot water and dried it. At that point, the fibers were tight and it was "felted." I think Martha Stewart might give instructions on the link I provided for the cardigans. (Once felted, the wool is not supposed to fray and it gets very fuzzy and soft. Of course it shrinks in the process giving you less fabric to work with than when you started.)

I took the photo after I had washed and dried the sweater. Right before I cut it up.

I hope that helps.