My Publix Trip - twenty six cents

19-May
69
 
130.90
34.64
96.00
tax
0.26
69
-99.80%
Product
qty
price
subtl
B1G1
-Q
 
total
Q#
Q details
lettuce head
1
1.49
1.49
 
 
 
1.49
 
 
romaine lettuce
1
1.70
1.70
 
 
 
1.70
 
 
corn on the cob
2
0.25
0.50
 
 
 
0.50
 
 
mushrooms
1
1.69
1.69
 
 
 
1.69
 
 
cucumber
1
0.75
0.75
 
 
 
0.75
 
 
bananas
2
0.24
0.48
 
 
 
0.48
 
 
Chinet Napkins, 90 ct BOGO
10
2.15
21.50
10.75
10.00
 
0.75
10
$1/1 print or $0.75/1 4-10SS
Wishbone dressing BOGO
4
2.97
11.88
5.94
6.50
 
-0.56
6
$1/1 PQ + $1/2 5-22RP or 1.25/2 print
Pedigree Dentastix BOGO
10
3.59
35.90
17.95
20.00
 
-2.05
20
$1/1 MQ 4-17RP or 5-1RP + $1/1 PQ
Cinnamon Toast Crunch 15.7oz
2
2.49
4.98
 
5.00
 
-0.02
3
$2/1 PQ Cheerios + $1.00/2 MQ
Koolaid pkts
15
0.20
3.00
 
1.25
 
1.75
1
Get 5 free wyb 10 MQ (value $1.25)
Tostitos chips
2
3.00
6.00
 
2.00
 
4.00
2
$1/1 MQ 5-1
$10 Publix Gift card
1
10.00
10.00
 
10.00
 
0.00
1
Get $10GC wyb $50 in groceries PQ
Covergirl cheekers blush $2 off
6
1.59
9.54
 
13.50
 
-3.96
9
$2.50/2 MQ 5-1PG + (2) $1/1 PQ
Right Guard deodorant
10
1.95
19.50
 
19.75
 
-0.25
15
BOGO 4-17RP + (2) $1/1 TQ
Water 2.5 gal.
1
1.99
1.99
 
 
 
1.99
 
 
Publix $/$$
 
0.00
0.00
 
3.00
 
-3.00
1
$3/$30 PQ x5/30
$/$$ coupon
 
0.00
0.00
 
5.00
 
-5.00
1
$5/$25 SAL x5/30
$/$$ coupon
 
0.00
0.00
 
 
 
0.00
 
$5/$30 PQ
 
I was kind of nervous getting the dog treats and the right guard and using 10 TQ's and 10 PQ's but it was not an issue at my store. The new Coupon Policy is supposed to go into effect on Monday, May 23rd. My two home stores both allow the same competitors I used before so I don't anticipate problems. The only potential issue is the limits on TQ's and the wording "one coupon per purchase per customer" on the PQ's. Some stores seem to be limiting customers to using only 1 PQ. I didn't have any of those coupons so I didn't bother asking what my stores' position on those are. I think I'll wait and see and figure it out some time in line. I figure its better to ask forgiveness instead of asking permission when the probable answer is one I don't want to hear.
 
Anyway, I ended up spending $0.26 plus tax and walked out with 6 bags of products and a $10 gift card, saving over $130.

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