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Publix Savings

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Total in groceries =$109.61
Savings=$59.83 or 52%
OOP = $49.78

My best deals are in red.  Here is the breakdown:

  • Velveeta Cheese, 16 oz (2): BOGO $3.59 – 1 $1/1 IPQ = Paid $2.59/2 ($1.26/each)
  • Quaker Chewy Granola Bars (2): BOGO $2.99 – 1 $1/2 MFR Q – 2 $.50/1 Target IPQ = Paid $.99 ($.50/each)
  • Hunt’s Tomatoes (2): BOGO $1.39 – 1 $1/2 Blinky Q = Paid $.39 ($.20/each)
  • Sara Lee Bread (1): $2.29 = Paid $2.29
  • Gallon milk (1): 3.49 – $1 WYB Sara lee bread = $2.39
  • Onion $1.69 lb = Paid $.98
  • Pam cooking spray (1):  $2.99 – $1 MFR Q – $1 Publix Q =Paid $.99
  • Carrots (1): $1.50 – $1 off Produce WYB Pam cooking spray  = Paid $.50
  • Golden Delicious Apples, 3 lb bag (2): $2.50/1 = Paid $5.00
  • Kraft Cheddar cheese, 8oz (5): Sale 2/$4 – 5 $.75 Blinky Q = $6.25 (1.25 each)
  • Ground Chuck (2lbs): 2.99 lb = Paid $6.07
  • Fritos corn chips (2): $3.99 each = Paid $7.98
  • Tostitos cheese dip (1): $400 – $3.89 MFR Q WYB 2 bags Chips = Paid $.11
  • Quaker rice snacks (1): $2.99- $1/1 MFR Q =Paid $1.99
  • Johnsonville bratwurst (4): Sale 2/$6 – $5/3 MFR Q – .55/1 MFR Q =Paid $6.45 ($1.56 each)   MIR for a $5 Johnsonville product gift certificate makes this deal even better.  Thanks to It’s hip to save for this info.
  • Mission tortilla (2): $2.29 each-  2 $1/1MFR Q’s = Paid $2.58 ($1.29each)
  • French’s mustard (1): $1.29 – $.50/1 MFR Q = Paid $.79
  • Chili powder (1): $2.99
  • Pinto beans (2): $.73 = Paid $1.46
  • Dozen eggs (1): $1.89

Used CVS Q = $5 off $40 purchase

Another reason to check your receipt before you leave: I noticed I picked up the larger packages of cheese, NOT the ones on sale.  Before I got in my car I was able to switch them out at Customer Service. Savings = $18.95.

A few months ago I e-mailed Publix Corporate to let them know I loved their competitor coupon policy and as a result, I am now shopping at XX store because they accept more competitors than my previous Publix did. I got very nice phone calls from the managers at both locations.  My “old” Publix wanted to know specifically why I left.  It was a very nice conversation, but I let them know I’m doing what I need to do to save my family money.  It’s been months, and they are still not accepting Walgreens or CVS Q’s.  The manager at the “new” location was very thankful for my business and the nice e-mail I sent to corporate.

During today’s shopping trip, the store manager rang me up.  I introduced myself as the one who spoke with him on the phone a few months back.  I let him know I have since converted several of my neighbors who are now shopping at his location.  I also told him I have heard several wonderful things about customer service here and said it does not go unnoticed.  He was appreciative and even remembered our phone conversation.  It’s always nice to let them know what you like. I’m sure they hear a lot more negative, on average.

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