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RETIRED: Official PUBLIX (AL, FL, GA, SC, TN) Deals Thread. No OT please!

tn_native 34,447 February 7, 2010 at 09:02 AM
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#31
All I can say about the Ft. Lauderdale area and inserts is that they are and have been always screwy.

The El Sentinels get a different insert than the following day Sun Sentinel. The freebie Jewish Journal or Condo Highrise also differ like the Eastsider.
I never know what inserts I'll get nor what will be in them which is why I can never promise anyone coupons until I have them in hand.
Even the PG differs from the Herald and SunSentinel. Confused


This is why I am always grateful for my Coupon Fairy who provides me with her extras....
Flowers2 (won't mention her name in case she likes to remain incognito)
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#32
Quote from team58 View Post :
wow! we must live and work by each other - what building do you work in downtown that you shop at Lake Eola Publix - I am in the Fifth Third Building

I'm in The Plaza, the new-ish buildings with the movie theaters on Orange Avenue.


Quote from Tipper55 View Post :
In the Party Playbook Publix book there is a $1/1 any Ziploc.
In the new yellow Adv. Flyer there is a $1.50 for Zip Lock steam fresh bags.
They were $2.69 at my Publix so .19 cents.

Never tried them before, but looks like they might be a quick way for a fresh veggie.
I LOVE these -- this is a great deal. I also use them to cook quick chicken breasts at work sometimes when I forget to make a batch of chicken for the week for salads. Thanks for pointing out such a great deal!
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#33
Just realized that today is the last day to purchase the pepsi/stacy's/tostitos...etc products for the Coors light rebates...I need to buy the beer TODAY!
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#34
Quote from tn_native View Post :
Sadwalk No ad this morning.

I was there at 8 (in the Sleet) and the truck got lost, so I beat the produce truck to the store. Sleet changed over to snow while I patiently waited. They sent Quention (sack boy) to the back to bring them up and he couldn't find them. Sent the grocery manager back too and he couldn't find it either. I was there for over an hour :twiddlingthumbsmiley:

Snowflakes were half dollar and golf ball sized (Beautiful!).

I'm gonna go watch my niece play again this coming weekend, so there won't be an ad from me next monday either.
Thanks for trying. Hopefully someone else will get their hands on it soon.
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Quote from tn_native View Post :
Sadwalk No ad this morning.
Thanks for trying. hug
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#36
Ok, found a GDA....Ruffies trash bags are $2.19 at my store.....combine with $0.50 mQ and the new $1 PQ in the current Advantage buy flyer that runs 2/6/10 - 3/5/10 and get trash bage for $0.19heart

Did not see this posted, so here it is.....
Yellow Advantage Buy Flyer 2/6-3/8 "Sweet Savings"
Manufacturer Coupon matchups are in red.

Publix Coupons:
-Buy any 4 Post Cereals 10 oz. or Larger and receive one gallon milk FREE
-Save $1 on any box Et Tu Salad Kit 4.2-4.7 oz.
-Save $1 off one Smucker's Organic Jelly or Preserves 12 oz. or Organic Peanut Butter 16 oz.
-Buy 2 .5 liter 6 packs of 7UP, A&W, RC, or Diet Rite and flavors and Get 1 FREE (the coupon says the word "and"... I'm thinking they misspelled it and actually meant "any")
-Save $2 when you buy 3 2 liters of 7UP, A&W, RC, or Diet Rite and Flavors
-Save $1.50 when you buy 1 4 pack or any Stewarts Root Beer, Diet Root Beer or Flavors
-Buy 2 IBC Root Beer 6 packs and get 1 IBC Root Beer 6 pack FREE
-Save $1.50 on 1 Ziploc Zip 'n Steam Medium Bag 10 ct.
-Save $1 on any Ruffies Brand Product


Advantage Buy Savings:
Lindt Lindor Truffles 5.1 oz.-2 for $6
Baker's Dipping Chocolate 7 oz.-2 for $4
Wrigley's Orbit, Eclipse, or Juicy Fruit 60 ct.-2 for $5
Cool Whip Dips 5.5 oz.-99 cents
Eight O'Clock Coffee 36 oz.-$11.99
Grey Poupon Squeeze Mustard 10 oz.-2 for $5
Simply Asia 8.5 oz.-2 for $6
Tazo Tea 20 ct. or Tazo Liquid Tea 32 oz.-$2.99
Margaret Holmes Vegetables 14.5-15 oz. selected varieties-3 for $3
Mid's Homestyle Pasta Sauce 32 oz.-2 for $7
Dreamfields Pasta 13.25 oz.-3 for $5
New York Texas Toast 11.25 oz. or Garlic Bread Sticks 10.5 oz.-2 for $4
Tyson Premium Chunk White Chicken Can 12.5 oz. or Pouch 7 oz.-2 for $5
Smart Balance Omega Plus Mayonnaise 32 oz.-2 for $7
Chicken of the Sea Solid White Tuna or Skinless/Boneless Salmon 5 oz.-10 for $10
Smucker's Uncrustables 4 pk.-3 for $6
Chock Full o' Nuts Coffee 11-13 oz. excluding decaf-2 for $6
Knorr Sides Plus Veggies 4.3-5.4 oz.-3 for $5
Tuttorosso Tomatoes 28-35 oz.-2 for $3
Emerald Trail Mix 5.5 oz.-2 for $3
Crystal Farms All Whites 32 oz.-$3.79
Post Bran Flakes 16 oz., Shredded Wheat 15-20 oz., or Grape Nuts 24 oz.-2 for $5
Olivio Spreadable Butter 8-15 oz.-3 for $5
Old Orchard Healthy Balance Reduced Sugar Juice Cocktail 64 oz.-2 for $4
Fage Authentic Greek Yogurt 5.7 oz.-4 for $5
Coffee-mate 16 oz.-3 for $5
Dunkin' Donuts Ground Coffee 24 oz.-$12.99
Kim & Scott's Gourmet Pretzels 14 oz.-$3.99
Nesquik 16 oz.-10 for $10
Rice Dream Original or Vanilla 64 oz. $2.79
Chiquita Smoothies 12 oz.-2 for $4
Sun-Maid Raisins 15 oz.-$1.99
Snapple Teas (any flavor) 17.5 oz.-5 for $5
Yoo-Hoo 10 pk./6.5 oz. boxes-2 for $6
Mott's & Mott's for Tots 9 pk./6.75 oz. Juices-2 for $5
Clamato 32 oz. bottles-2 for $4
Maxwell House Instant Coffee 8 oz.-$4.99
General Foods International 4.3-10 oz.-$2.99
Jell-O Pudding and Gelatin (Regular and Sugar Free) 6 and 8 serving sizes plus Jell-O Mix-Ins 4-serving size-99 cents
White House Apple Juice 64 oz.-2 for $2.79
College Inn Broth 14.5 oz.-5 for $4
Polaner Sugar Free Preserves 13.5 oz.-2 for $4
Season-All Bottle 8 oz.-$1.99
Pop Secret Microwave Popcorn 3 ct./9-10.5 oz.-2 for $4
Bar Harbor Clam Juice 8 oz.-$1.79
Planters Trail Mix 5.5-6 oz. 2 for $3
Carr's Crackers 4.2-7.1 oz.-2 for $6
Voortman Omega 3 Flax Cookies 12.3-14.1 oz.-2 for $5
Orbit Gum 3 pk.-2 for $4
Salada Traditional 100% Green Tea 40 ct. excluding white or decaf tea-2 for $6
Pepperidge Farm Deli Flats 12 oz.-2 for $5
Murray Sugar Free Cookies 4.4-9 oz.-2 for $5
Fisher Fusions Snack Mix 4.75-6 oz.-2 for $3
Del Monte Jar Fruit SunFresh or Orchard Select 19-24 oz.-2 for $5
Naturally Fresh Refrigerated Salad Dressing 12 oz.-2 for $5
Odwalla Juice 64 oz.-2 for $10
Lightlife Gimme Lean Sausage or Smart Ground Original 12-14 oz.-2 for $7
Celentano Meatballs 28 oz.-$4.99
Buitoni Riserva Pasta 9 oz.-2 for $7
Buddig Deli Cuts 12 oz.-2 for $5
Zephyrhills or Deer Park Water 6 pk./700 ml-$1.99
LaCroix Sparkling Water 12 pk.-2 for $7
Energizer MAX AAA-8, 9V-2, D-4, C-4 or AA-8-$4.99
Energizer EZChange Hearing Aid Batteries 6-8 pk.-$5.99
Melitta Cone Filters 80-100 ct.-2 for $5
Arm & Hammer Essentials Fabric Softener Sheets 144 ct. or Total 2-in-1 Dryer Cloths 40 ct.-$2.99
Arm & Hammer Plus Oxi Clean Liquid Detergent 120 oz. or larger-$8.49
X-14 Mold & Mildew Stain Remover 32 oz.-2 for $5
Scott Towel Long Lasting 150 ct.-2 for $5
Dixie Rainbow Napkins 320 ct., Mardi Gras Napkins 500 ct., Vanity Fair Napkins 200 ct., or Vanity Fair Dinner Napkins 80 ct.-$2.99
Viva Towels Big Roll Choose A Size 8 pk.-$10.99
Scott Tissue Extra Soft 4 pk./469 ct. or White 4 pk./1000 ct.-$2.89
Quilted Northern Bath Tissue 18 Double Roll or Ultra Plush Tissue 18 Double Roll-$8.99
Cottonelle Bath Tissue Double Roll White, Double Roll Ultra or Double Roll Aloe & E 6 pk.-$3.99
Glade Fabric & Air Odor Eliminator 22 oz.-$2.99
Cadet Brand Dog Treats 4 oz.-2 for $5
Arm & Hammer Super Scoop Scented Cat Litter 14 lb.-$5.99
Whiskas Choice Cuts Variety Pack 12 pk./3 oz.-$3.49
Whiskas Dry Cat Food 2.7-3.3 lb.-$3.49
Cat's Pride Natural or Multi Cat Scoopable Cat Litter 20 lb.-$5.99
Purina One Dry Cat Food 7 lb.-$10.59
Purina One Dry Dog Food 4 lb.-2 for $10
Purina One Wet Dog Food 13 oz.-5 for $6
Purina One Dog Biscuits 26 oz.-2 for $4
Purina Tidy Cats Scoop 27 lb.-$9.89
Purina Friskies Party Mix 2.1 oz.-3 for $4
Pedigree Dentastix Treats for Dogs 5.5-6.2 oz.-2 for $6
Pedigree + Food for Dogs 13.2 oz. can-79 cents
Cesar Bistro Canine Cuisine 3.5 oz.-79 cents
Temptations Treats for Cats 2.1 or 3 oz.-2 for $3
Pedigree Jumbone Treats for Dogs 6.3-7.1 oz.-2 for $6
Pedigree Good Bites Treats for Dogs 5 oz.-2 for $6
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#37
Quote from indyzzzz View Post :
How much is the Miami Herald on Sunday now ?

I get the Sun Sentinel delivered here in south FL. It was missing the P&G insert. I bought several from those dispensers, and they had a different version of the SmartSource insert, it was missing some premium coupons like the one I really wanted for the $3/1 Schick disposables. Im at a loss as to what to do. Frown

My neighbour who gets the Miami Herald delivered was missing all of the P&G coupons as well (for eg., the $4 off Gillette Fusion) Frown
If you buy the Sunday edition of the Herald on SATURDAY, it's only 50 cents.
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Quote from qqueen View Post :
All I can say about the Ft. Lauderdale area and inserts is that they are and have been always screwy.

The El Sentinels get a different insert than the following day Sun Sentinel. The freebie Jewish Journal or Condo Highrise also differ like the Eastsider.
Wait wait - so are you saying that there are free newspapers in SoFla that have coupon inserts in them?? drool

Pardon my newbieness - I've only been in SoFla for less than 2 months - but I'd love some more info on this! I understand that the inserts may not be the same or as good as the ones in non-free papers - but would still love to know how/where to find free papers with any inserts at all - TIA! Smilie
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#39
Quote from sunshinesmom View Post :
I didn't get the Smart Source insert with my Orlando Sentinel, even had it redelivered and it wasn't in there again. Went to WAGS and bought more OS and NO Smart Source either! Did any others get it with their OS? I am hoping they haven't pulled out like they did in Tampa.

The Florida Today had NO P&G insert either. ARGH!
Quote from Foladar View Post :
No Smartsource in my Orlando Sent either in Polk.
Quote from Tipper55 View Post :
I just bought the Sentinel and it's missing the Red Plum.
Wow, what is up with the newspapers lately? I think I've gotten lucky because my Orlando Sentinel had all of the inserts (which I buy at Publix).
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Quote from daydr3am View Post :
Wow, what is up with the newspapers lately? I think I've gotten lucky because my Orlando Sentinel had all of the inserts (which I buy at Publix).
Yeah, I went up to Publix and sifted through their papers and their was no SS to be found yesterday in the Orlando Sentinel (I am in Brevard cty). They were in the Florida Today but usually the SS in the FT is not as good as the one in the OS.
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Quote from Kalanchoe View Post :
Wait wait - so are you saying that there are free newspapers in SoFla that have coupon inserts in them?? drool

Pardon my newbieness - I've only been in SoFla for less than 2 months - but I'd love some more info on this! I understand that the inserts may not be the same or as good as the ones in non-free papers - but would still love to know how/where to find free papers with any inserts at all - TIA! Smilie
I am not in South Florida but a friend of mine is in Orlando and she subscribes to the El Sentinel just to get free inserts. The El Sentinel is free and is put out on Saturday. So since you are in South Florida, you just need to subscribe. I tried to subscribe but they don't deliver that paper where I live.
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#42
I found a single-page, double-sided flyer titled "No Need to Roam the Neighborhood" last week. The flyer has the following 8 pet Pubilx store coupons valid from 2/10/2010 - 2/24/2010. Yup, I found it last week (2/4/2010) before the PQs are valid.

$3.50 off Purina Beneful Dog Food (15.5 or 31.1 lb bag)
$2.50 off Purina Cat or Kitten Chow (3- to 16-lb bag)
$2.50 off 24 cans of Fancy Feast or Friskies Cat Food
$3.00 off Purina One Dog or Cat Food (3.5- to 34-lb bag)
Buy One Get One Free Pedigree Dry Dog Food (15 lb or larger) or Pedigree Plus Canned Dog Food (13.2-oz can)
Buy One Get One Free Cesar Canine Cuisine Treats (6.7-oz pouch) or Cesar Canine Cuisine Bistro (3.5-oz can)
$1.50 off 2 or more Milk-Bone Dog Biscuits (24- or 26-oz pkg, excluding Milk-Bone Essentials Plus)
$1.50 off Fresh Step Cat Litter (20- or 28-lb pkg)

I don't have any pets and don't really pay attention to deals and prices for pet food. All the PQs are up for grab. PM me if you would like to have them.
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#43
There has been a ton of talk in this thread the last 48 hours regarding the coupon inserts and which paper does and does not have them in Florida - - - With that being said, I was just grateful the AJC in Atlanta always has the inserts. However, I found out today that the cost of the double edition on Sunday that used to be $2.50 has now gone up to $3.00. That is a bummer for those of us who buy the double edition strictly for the coupons!
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Quote from jdrodgers1013 View Post :
There has been a ton of talk in this thread the last 48 hours regarding the coupon inserts and which paper does and does not have them in Florida - - - With that being said, I was just grateful the AJC in Atlanta always has the inserts. However, I found out today that the cost of the double edition on Sunday that used to be $2.50 has now gone up to $3.00. That is a bummer for those of us who buy the double edition strictly for the coupons!
Have you checked the Dollar Tree? The Birmingham News is normally $2 on Sundays, but only a buck at the Dollar Tree...that's where I stock up Smilie I would imagine stores in ATL would have a similar deal.
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Quote from sunshinesmom View Post :
I am not in South Florida but a friend of mine is in Orlando and she subscribes to the El Sentinel just to get free inserts. The El Sentinel is free and is put out on Saturday. So since you are in South Florida, you just need to subscribe. I tried to subscribe but they don't deliver that paper where I live.
Thanks, sunshinesmom! (Thanks much also to qqueen, who PMed me!) hug

I, uhh, think I misinterpreted this post when I first read it though - and thought maybe I could sign up for the Orlando El Sentinel too, rather than just the SoFla one (which I did a couple hours earlier after qqueen's PM hug). Anyway, I just tried to subscribe to the Orlando one with a SoFla address (Broward County), and the web site let it go through? Confused Sunshinesmom, you said that you tried to subscribe but they don't deliver in your area - did the web site refuse your subscription then, or did your subscription request just get ignored, or? I'm starting to doubt that my Orlando subscription will actually work, but it really confuses me that the web site accepted it - thanks for the help! heart
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