Tampa Check Your Mail Today!

I just found a $5 off $30 coupon in the Winn Dixie flyer of the Red Plum Mailer - may only be in the Tampa area, but worth checking anyway. It's valid from 1/26/11 thru 02/08/11. Remember, Publix accepts Winn Dixie competitor coupons!

Publix Green Adv. Flyer 1/29-2/18

Sweetheart Savings: Green Advantage Flyer Jan 29-Feb 18

Publix Qs: (all expire 2/18/11)
$5/2 (mix or match) One A Day 30-200 ct, Phillips Colon Health, Citracal, Flintstones, Aleve 40-200 ct,

Bayer Aspirin 50-300 ct, Alka-Seltzer Plus 10-36 ct, or Midol 40 ct.
$2 off on any Band-Aid Brand Adhesive Bandage (excluding travel/trial size) when you buy Neosporin 1 oz
$3/1 Zyrtec 24-25 ct or Zyrtec-D 24 ct
$5/1 Centrum Silver 110 ct
$5/2 (mix or match) Os-Cal, Citrucel, Ecotrin, Feosol, Geritol, Tagamet, Debox, Vivarin, Gaviscon, Phazyme, Sominex, Gly-Oxide or Contac

$2/1 MQ printable phazyme, sominex, vivarin, oscal
Buy 2 phazyme at $2.49, use 1 $5/2 PQ + (2) $2/1 MQ to get $4 overage (if store allows)
$1/1 Slim-Fast! 3-2-1 Plan Product (excludes singles)
$10/1 NicoDerm CQ 14 ct, Nicorette Gum 100 ct+, Nicorette Lozenge 72 ct, or Nicorette mini Lozenge 81 ct
$1.50/1 Breathe Right Nasal Strips, 10-30 ct
$1/1 Axe Product
$1/1 Dove Men+Care product
$1/1 Degree or Deove Anti-Perspirant Deodorant, any 2.6-3 oz
$4/1 Claritin 20 ct+ or Claritin-D 15 ct+
$2/1 Claritin, Claritin-D 10 ct+ or Claritin Pediatric 4oz Syrup
$4/1 Simply One Vitamins, any 30 ct
$2/1 PreserVision 50-60 ct or Ocuvita Adult 50+ Soft Gels, 50 ct
$2/1 U by Kotex, 14-60 ct product

Manufacturer Qs:
Neosporin Lip Health BOGO, expires 2/18/11 (redeem ONLY at Publix)

Rest of Ad:
L'Oreal Excellence, Excellence-to-Go or Healthy Look Hair Color, 7.99
St. Ives Body Wash 18 oz, Scrub 6-10 oz, or Noxzema Wash 6 oz, Scrub 5 oz, Pads 90 ct, or Cream 12 oz, 20% off
Aquaphor or Eucerin Products, 30% off
Sundown Naturals Vitamin D 100-300 ct, or 2 oz, Fish Oil 60-200 ct, or Co Q10 24-60 ct, 33% off
K-Y Intense, K-Y Yours+MIne, K-Y Kissable Sensations or K-Y Intrigue, 20% off
Listerine Total Care, Advanced, Zero, Smart Rinse or Agent CoolBlue 500ml, 3.69
Listerine PocketMist, 2 ct, 2/$7
Colgate 360, MaxWhite or Total Manual Toothbrush 2 pk, or Sponge Bob, Diego or 360 Sonic Powered Toothbrush 1 pk, 4.99
Citrucel, 100 ct, 30 oz, or 16.9 oz, 9.99
Gaviscon 12 oz or 100 ct, 7.99
Os-Cal Calcium Supplement, 120 or 160 ct, 10.99
Ecotrin 81 mg, 150 or 365 ct, 5.99
Slim-Fast! 3-2-1 Plan 200-calorie Meal Bars, 5 pk, 3.99
Nivea Lip Products, 0.17 oz, 2/$3
Nivea for Men Products, 0.5-7 oz 25% off
ZOIC Ready-to-Drink Nutrition Drink, any 4 pack, 2/$10
Super C Vitamin & Mineral Drink Mix, 7 ct, 2/$5
L'Oreal Youth Code, 0.5-1.7 oz, 21.99
Thicker Fuller Hair, DEP, L.A. Looks, got2b or Zero Frizz Hair Care, 4-20 oz, 25% off
Revlon ColorSilk Haircolor, 2.79
L'Oreal Couleur Experte, Touch-On Highlights, Frost & Design, la Petite Frost or Super Blonde, $2 off
L'Oreal Kids Haircare, 9 oz, 1.99
Salon Grafix Hair Spray, 10 oz, 3.99
Organix Shampoo or Conditioner, 13 oz, 4.99
Cold-EEZE, any 18 ct, 3.99
NeilMed Sinus Rinse Kit, Includes 50 Premixed Packets, 8.39
Senokot Tablets, 100 ct, 17.99
Senokot-S, 60 ct, 23.99
Legg's Value Pack Knee Highs, Silken Mist or Sheer Energy Pantyhose, 25% off
Hefty EZ Foil Bake & Broil Pans, 0.99

Thanks to Slickdeals.net Publix Thread

Publix Sneak Peek Ad 1/27-2/1

Publix Deli Hummus, 8 oz. – BOGO $2.79

Doritos Tortilla Chips, 11.5 oz 12 oz bag - BOGO $3.99
$1/2 Frito-Lay Lay's Chips Walgreens IVC (exp 1/29/2011)

Tasteful Selections Potatoes – 24-28 oz bag - BOGO $3.99

Snack Factory Pretzel Crisps – 7.2 oz - BOGO $3.19

Eight O'Clock Coffee – 11-12oz bag - BOGO $5.89
$2/2 Eight O'Clock Coffee Rolling
$1/1 Eight O'Clock Coffee Rolling
$0.75/1 Eight O'Clock Coffee All You Feb 2011
$2/2 Blinkie

Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing – 16 oz bot. - BOGO $3.79

Chicken of the Sea Solid White Tuna – 4-pk. 5 oz can - BOGO $5.69

French's Classic Yellow Mustard – 14 oz bot. – BOGO $1.89
$0.30/1 French's Classic Mustard 1/23/2011 SS

A1 Steak Sauce – 10 oz bot. – BOGO 4.41

Kraft Barbecue Sauce – 16.25 – 18 oz bot. - BOGO $1.69
$1/2 Kraft Barbecue Sauce Walgreens IVC (exp 1/29/2011)

Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal – 13-18 oz (Excluding Family Size) – BOGO $4.09

Kellogg's Cereal – Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Apple Jacks, or Corn Pops – 16.3-17.2 oz or Frosted Mini-Wheats, 21.5-24oz box – BOGO $4.51
$1/3 Kellogg's Cereals 1/9/2011 RP

Near East Rice Pilaf or Couscous, Taboule or Whole Grain Blends – 5.25-10oz box – BOGO $2.27

Uncle Ben's Original Converted Rice – 5 lb. bag – BOGO $6.99
$0.75/1 Uncle Ben's Plain White or Brown Rice 1/9/2011 SS (if included)
$1/1 Uncle Ben's Plain White or Brown Rice 1/9/2011 RP (if included)
$1/1 Uncle Ben's box or bag 2 lb or more Blinkie (In stores now!)
Northland 100% Blended Juices, 64 oz bot – BOGO $4.07

Campbell's Chunky Soup – 18.6-19 oz can - BOGO $2.45
$1/4 Campbell's Chunky Soup Chili Cans or Bowls 1/23/2011 SS
$0.50/2 Campbell's Chunky or Select Harvest Soup 1/2/2011 SS
$0.50/4 or $1/4 Campbell's Chunky Soup Cans or Bowls 12/12/2010 SS
$1/2 Campbell's Chunky Bowl or Canned Soup TARGET Target.com (exp 1/29/2011)
$2/4 Campbell's Chunky Soup or Healthy Request (exp 12/31/2020)
$1/2 Campbell's Chunky Soup or Healthy Request (exp 12/31/2020)
$1.50/3 Campbell's Chunky Soup or Healthy Request (exp 12/31/2020) $0.50/1 Campbell's Chunky Soup or Healthy Request (exp 12/31/2020)

Juicy Juice 100% Juice – 8pk. 6.75oz box – BOGO $2.99
$2/4 Nestle Juicy Juice Product Rolling

Canada Dry, 7-up, A&W, or Diet Rite – 2L bot. – BOGO $1.85

Propel Water - 6 pk. 500ml bit. - BOGO $4.13

Mars Chocolate Bars Variety Pack – 18ct. box - BOGO $11.99

General Mills Chex Mix – 8.75 oz bag, Gardetto's 8.6oz bag, or Bugles 6-7.5 oz bag - BOGO $2.50

Orville Redenbacher's Popping Corn – 12-19.8 oz box or 30oz jar - BOGO $5.07
$1/1 Orville Redenbacher's Gourmet Pop Corn All You Dec 2010 & Jan 2011
$1/1 Blinkie (Currently In Stores)

Emerald Mixed Nuts , Almonds or Cashews- 10-11 oz cnstr. - BOGO $5.79
$1/1 Emerald Roast Canister 1/2/2011 RP (if included)
$1/1 Emerald Nuts Product (IE) (exp 3/21/2011)

Thomas' Bagels – 6 ct. 20 oz bag - BOGO $4.19

Nabisco Nilla Wafers or Newtons – 8-14oz pkg. - BOGO $3.89

Gorton's Shrimp Temptations, or Premium Fish Fillets or Sticks – 10.5-17.2 oz pkg. - BOGO $7.73
$1/1 Gorton's Grilled Item (IE) Rolling (if included)

Immaculate Baking Co. Cookie Dough – 14 oz bag - BOGO $3.29

Totino's Pizza Rolls – 40ct. 19.8 oz bag or Pillsbury Savorings 6-8.5 oz box - BOGO $4.63
$0.40/2 Totino's Rolls Snacks 8/8/2010 GM
$1/2 Pillsbury Savorings Product 11/14 or 12/5/2010 GM
$0.40/2 Totino's Rolls Snacks (exp 2/5/2011)
$1/5 Totino's Crisp Crust Party Pizza Products (exp 2/5/2011)
$0.50/2 Totino's Products Rolling

Morning Star Farms Entrees – 5.25-14.5oz box - BOGO $3.99

Marie Callender's Dinners – 8.5oz – 21oz box - BOGO $3.59
$1/2 Marie Callender's Dinners All You Jan 2011
* There might be some other q's available but I need more info!

Solo Heavy Duty Plates – 22-48 ct pkg. or Cups 10-24ct pkg - BOGO $2.99
$1/2 Solo Disposable Tabletop Items TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 1/29/2011)
$0.50/1 Solo Party Cups Walgreens IVC (exp 1/29/2011)

Purina Beggin' Strips Dog Snacks -10 oz pkg. - BOGO $5.29
B1G1 Purina Busy WYB Purina Beggin' 1/23/2011 SS
$1/1 Purina Beggin' Strips 12/12/2010 SS
$1/1 Purina Beggin Brand Dog Snack 10/24/2010 SS
$1/1 Purina Snack - PQ [publixcampaigns.com]- Thanks tn_native & sunshine's mom!

Purina Tidy Cats Cat Litter – 14 lb. jug - BOGO $7.49

Fab Laundry Detergent – Powder 3.41lb box or Liquid 50oz bot. - BOGO $4.09
$1/2 Fab, Dynamo or Ajax Laundry Products 8/15/2010 SS

Glass Plus Cleaner – 32 oz bot - BOGO $2.49
$0.50/1 Glass Plus Cleaner Rolling

Right Guard Sport Antiperspirant & Deodorant – 2.8-3oz pkg. - BOGO $2.79


Chicago Hard Rolls, 6 ct., $2.29
Key Lime Pie, 34oz, $6.99
Butter Pound Cake, 12 oz, $3.99
Danish Pecan Ring, 15 oz, $4.99
Breakfast Bread, 20 oz, $3.99
Raspberry Filled Donut Nuggets, 24 ct., $3.29

Chobani Greek Yogurt, 6 oz cup, 10/$10
Silk Soymilk or Almond Milk, half-gal, 2/$5
Publix Sweet Cream Butter, 16 oz box, 2/$5
Publix sour Cream, 16 oz cup, $0.75
Cabot Vermont Cheddar Cheese Bar or Pepper Jack, 8oz pkg., 2/$4
Publix Shredded Cheese, 8 oz, 2/$4

Publix Family Combo Meal, $8.99
Publix Deli Turkey Half Sub Combo, $4.99 (Boars Head, $5.49)
Boar’s Head Tavern Ham, $8.29/lb.

Blue Bell Ice Cream, half-gal, 2/$9
Freschetta Pizza or Red Baron Pan Pizza or Pasta, 12.6-30oz box, 2/$10
New York Texas Toast, 10-16 oz box, 50% off

Quilted Northern Bathroom Tissue, 12-roll, $5.99
Brawny Paper Towels, 6 or 8-roll pkg., $5.99
Energizer Ultimate Lithium Batteries, $7.49
Publix Charcoal Briquets, 16.6lb bag, $5.99
Glad Bags, 8,13, or 30 gal, 14-28ct pkg., $3.99
Publix Super Soft Bathroom Tissue, 2-Ply Sheets, 4-roll, $2.39
3M Micro Allergen Reduction Filter, $9.99
3M Micro Ultra Allergen Reduction Filter, $13.99
Tide Detergent, 100oz bot., $10.99
Cascade Dishwasher Detergent, Gel or Powder 75 oz pkg., ActionPacs 16 or 20 ct pkg., $3.99
Air Wick Scented Oil Refill, or Freshmatic Refill, Scented Candle, or Lysol Neutra Air, 2-ct. pkg or 5.29oz box or 6.17oz can, 2/$9
Ultra Downy Fabric Softener, 62-77oz bot., $6.99
Dove Hair Care Products, 4-12 oz bot., $3.39
Dove (assuming body wash), 25.4oz bot., $5.99
Lubriderm Lotion, 16 oz bot., $5.99
Barbasol Shaving Cream, 11oz can, 10/$10
Dentek Floss Picks, 75 or 90ct. pkg., 10/$10

Fresh Express Salad Blend, 4.5-12 oz pkg., BOGO $4.09
Asparagus, $2.69/lb.
Cherries, $2.99/lb.
Florida Strawberries, $2.99
Blueberries or Blackberries, 12oz or 1pt pkg., 2/$5
Florida Grape Tomatoes, 1 pt. pkg., 2/$4
Cantaloupes, 2/$5
Peaches or Nectarines, $2.49/lb.
Red Seedless Grapes, $1.99/lb.
Crunch Pak Apple Slices, 14 oz bag, 2/$5
White Mushrooms, 16 oz pkg., $2.69
Publix Microwaveable Baby Carrots, 12 oz bag, $1.69
Spray Rose Bunch or Garden Bouquet, $3.49

Publix Gourmet cat Food, 3oz can, 3/$1.09
Purina beneful Dog Food, 7-8oz pkg., $8.99
Gravy Train dog Food, 17.6-lb. bag, $8.99

12-Pack Coca-Cola Products – B2G1
Zatarain’s New Orleans Style Mix, 5.2-8oz box, 10/$10
Bush’s Best Baked Beans, or Grillin’, 21-28oz can, 3/$5
Keebler Crackers, 7.7-16oz pkg., 2/$5
Selected Coca-Cola Products, 2 L bot., 2/$3

Flinstones Multivitamin Gummies or Chewables, 50-150 ct. bot., 25% off
Kellogg’s special K Protein Shake, 4pk. 10oz bot., or Meal Bars 6ct box, $4.79
Excedrin Pain Medicine, 50ct bot., $2.99
Robitussin or Dimetapp Cough & Cold Medicine, 4oz bot., $3.99
Q-Tips Cotton swabs, 300-375 ct., 2/$4
Prevacid Acid Reducer, 24-Hour, 15 mg., 42ct box, 25.99
Huggies or Pampers Diapers, 48-96ct box, $19.99

Boneless New York Strip Steaks, $6.99/lb.
Lean Ground Beef -$3.99/lb.
Publix semi-Boneless Ham Portion, $1.69/lb.
Whole Pork Tenderloin, $4.99/lb.
London Broil, $3.99/lb.
Top Round Steaks, $4.29/lb.
Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Cutlets, $3.99/lb.
Chicken Breast Tenders, $4.49/lb.
7-Bone chuck Roast, $2.99/lb.
Publix GreenWise Market Top Sirloin Steaks, $5.99/lb.
Publix GreenWise Market Top Fillets, $6.99/lb.
Perdue Chicken Breast Nuggets, 12oz pkg., $2.99
Smithfield Naturally Hickory Smoked Bacon, 16oz pkg., 2/$6
Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh Shaved Meats, 7-9oz pkg., 2/$6
Ball Park Beef Franks, 12.8-16oz pkg., 2/$5

Snow Crab Clusters, $6.99/lb.
Medium White Shrimp, 40-50 per/lb., $4.99/lb.
Fresh Catfish Fillets, $4.69/lb.
Fresh Swordfish Steaks, 5.6oz min., $8.99
Matlaw’s Stuffed Appetizers, 7-11oz pkg., 2/$5
Medium Cooked Shrimp, 45-50 per/lb., $6.99/lb.

$5.00 off 1 Gerber Good Start Infant Formula Powder, 24-25.7 oz cnstr.
$3.00 off Any Huggies Diaper, 48-156ct box, or Pull-ups 33-44ct. pkg.

New Love to Shop Here. Love to Save Here
General Mills Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cereal, 12.8 oz box, $1.99
Birds Eye Voila, 21-23 oz bag, $2.99
Jif Peanut Butter, 27.3-28oz jar, $2.69
Kraft Velveeta Shells & Cheese Dinner, 9.4-14 oz box, $1.59
Tombstone Pizza, 18.1-29.5oz pkg, $2.99
Dawn Dishwashing Liquid, 19-24oz bot., $1.99
Italian Pizza Dough, 16oz, $1.99
Publix Young Turkey Breast, $1.39/lb
Arm& Hammer Toothpaste, 6-6.3oz tube, 2/$3
Thanks to slickdeals.net Publix thread for the early sneak peek! Coupon Matchups HERE

Top 20 Most Frugal Cities

Attention, shoppers: Atlanta residents are saving more money than you are. When it comes to whittling down that grocery bill and tackling rising food prices, Atlantans are doing it best by using coupons.

For the second year in a row, Atlanta takes the top spot on the ‘Most Frugal U.S. Cities’ list, according to the 2010 Savings Index1 released today by Coupons.com, the premiere Web destination for coupons and savings. On average, regular users of Coupons.com in Atlanta printed more than $1000.00 dollars in coupon savings from the site in 2010. That is almost twice as much as during 2009, when they printed $531 in savings.

Tampa cashed in with coupons and maintained its position as the city with the second most savings. On average, regular users of Coupons.com in Tampa printed $863.00 in savings. Following on the savings heels of Atlanta and Tampa are, in order, Cincinnati, Saint Louis and Minneapolis, according to the Index.

“Across the country Americans are incorporating couponing into their shopping routine to alleviate rising food costs and keep their grocery bill in check,” said Jeanette Pavini, Coupons.com household savings expert. “Especially in the South and Midwest, shoppers know how to keep their pennies in their pockets, racking up substantial savings throughout the year.”

The South is a mega-saver: more than one-third of the top 20 frugal cities are in the Southern region of the United States. In addition to Atlanta and Tampa, other Southland cities on the list include Charlotte (#6), Nashville (#7), Raleigh (#10), Oklahoma City (#13), Miami (#13) and Dallas (#14).

Once again, Ohio is the country’s most frugal state. The Buckeye state is represented three times on the ‘Most Frugal U.S. Cities’ list – Cincinnati (#3), Cleveland (#8) and Columbus (#19).

North Carolina is Ohio’s biggest challenger, climbing the penny-pinching ladder with two cities in the top 10: Charlotte and Raleigh.

For the first time it was raining green in the Pacific Northwest as Seattle (#18) joined the list. Seattle is the only city on the West Coast that made the cut.

In 2010, regular users of Coupons.com hailing from the top 20 most frugal cities printed or added more than $1023.00 in savings to their store loyalty cards, which is almost twice the amount from 2009 of $535.00. Nationwide, more than $1.2 billion in savings was printed or saved to loyalty cards from Coupons.com and the Coupons.com network during 2009.

1. Atlanta
2. Tampa, FL
3. Cincinnati
4. St. Louis
5. Minneapolis
6. Charlotte, NC
7. Nashville, TN
8. Cleveland
9. Pittsburgh
10. Raleigh, NC
11. Kansas City, MO
12. Washington, DC
13. Miami
14. Dallas
15. Oklahoma City
16. Boston
17. Denver
18. Seattle
19. Columbus, OH
20. Wichita, KS

Publix Online Price Checker

Sometimes you see a really great coupon and wonder what the price of that item is at Publix. Happens to me all the time. Here is a great solution to your dilemma of needing a price check on an item - use the Publix Curbside service! Just click HERE for the Tampa curbside site and enter the name of your item in the search box. It will list the sizes, a picture, and the current price. These are regional prices and there is an Atlanta curbside site too, for all non Tampa readers.

Publix Sneak Peak 1/20-1/26

BOGO's Ragu Pasta Sauce, Assorted Varieties, 16-26.3 oz jar, BOGO $2.19
$0.50/2 Ragu Pasta Sauce TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 2/28/2011)

Kraft or Seven Seas Dressing, Assorted Varieties, 14 or 16 oz bottle, BOGO $3.19
B2G1 Kraft Fat Free or Light Dressing TARGET Target.com (exp 2/15/2011)

Fresh Express Salad Blends, Or Greens, Assorted Varieties, 4.5 - 12 oz bag, BOGO $3.99
$0.50/1 Fresh Express Salad Varieties (exp 1/31/2011)
$0.55/1 Fresh Express Blend Salads Rolling

Nathan's Beef Franks, Regular, Bigger Than The Bun, With Real Cheddar Cheese or Dinner Franks, 16 oz pkg. (Excluding Natural Casing) BOGO Surprisingly Low Price

Hunt's 100% Natural Tomatoes, Assorted Varieties, 14.5 oz can, BOGO $1.39
$0/75/3 Hunt's Tomatoes 14.5 oz or larger - 1/9/2011 SS Publix Coupon - REGIONAL
$1/3 Hunt's Tomato Products Hunt's (exp 1/31/2011)
$1/3 Hunt's Diced Tomatoes All You January 2011

Crystal Light Drink Mix, Assorted Varieties, 8 qt cnstr or On The Go, 7 or 10 ct box, BOGO $3.49
$1/3 Crystal Light On The Go Drink Mix TARGET Target.com (exp 2/15/2011)

Campbell's Select Harvest Soup, Assorted Varieties, 18.6 to 18.8 oz can or 15.3 oz bowl, BOGO $2.39
$0.50/2 or .50/3 Campbell's Select Harvest Soup 1/2/2011 SS
$1/2 Campbells Healthy Request Select Harvest Soup (exp 2/2/2011)
$1/2 Campbell's Select Harvest Rolling
$1/2 Campbell's Select Harvest Soup Rolling

Quaker Chewy Granola Bars, Assorted Varieties, 8.4 or 8.7 oz box, BOGO $2.99
$1/1 Quaker Life Soft Baked Bars Rolling (if included)
$1/2 Quaker Instant Oatmeal Items TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 2/28/2011)
$1/1 Quaker Life Soft Baked Bars All You Feb 2011 (if included)

Quaker Instant Oatmeal or Instant Multigrain Hot Cereal, Assorted Varieties, 10.1 to 16.2 oz box, BOGO $2.98
$1/1 Quaker Instant Oatmeal or Oats 1/2/2011 RP
$1/2 Quaker Instant Oatmeal Items TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 2/28/2011)
$1/1 Quaker Hearty Medley Hot Cereal TARGET Target.com (exp 2/28/2011)
$1/1 Quaker Instant Oatmeal All You Feb 2011

Kraft Homestyle Macaroni & Cheese Dinner, Hearty Four Cheese, American Cheddar or World Italian with Parmesan & Romano, 12.6 oz box, BOGO $2.59
$1/1 Kraft Homestyle Mac & Cheese 1/16/2011 SS
$0.50/1 Kraft Homestyle Macaroni & Cheese Dinner Rolling
$1/2 Kraft Homestyle Deluxe Macaroni & Cheese Walgreens IVC (exp 1/29/2011)

Duncan Hines Moist Deluxe Cake Mix or Cupcake, Assorted Varieties, 18.25 oz box (Excluding Angel Food and Decadent Cake Mix) BOGO $1.75
$1/1 Duncan Hines Amazing Glazes AND Cake Mix (exp 1/31/2011)

Idahoan Mashed Potatoes, Assorted Varieties, 4 or 4.1 oz pouch, BOGO $1.25
$0.75/3 Idahoan Potatoes Rolling

Taco Bell Home Originals Dinner! Assorted Varieties, 10.75 to 16.35 oz box, BOGO $2.69
$1/1 Taco Bell Home Originals All You Feb 2011

Vlasic Stackers Dills, or Pickles or Spears, Selected Varieties, 16 to 46 oz jar, BOGO $2.89

Crisco Oil, Assorted Varieties, 48 oz bottle, BOGO $3.89
$1/2 Crisco Products 11/7/2010 RP
$1/1 Crisco Olive Oil 10/3/2010 RP (if included)
$1/1 Crisco Olive Oil (exp 2/2/2011) (if included)

Hunt's Tomato Ketchup, 100% Natural, 35 oz bottle, BOGO $2.15
$0.50/2 Hunt's Ketchup All You Jan 2011

Deer Park Spring Water, 6 pk, .5 L bottle, BOGO $2.39

Pop Secret Premium Popcorn, Assorted Varieties, 11.2 to 21 oz box or 30 oz jar BOGO $4.69
$0.50/2 Pop Secret Products 1/2/2011 RP
$1/2 Pop Secret Products (IE) Rolling

Nabisco Ritz Crackers or Munchables Pretzel, Assorted Varieties, 12.25 to 16 oz box, BOGO $3.09
$1/2 Nabisco Crackers Walgreens IVC (exp 1/29/2011)

Arnold Whole Grains Bread or Grains & More, Health Full, or Country White, Assorted Varieties, 24 oz loaf, BOGO $3.99

Blue Diamond Almonds, Assorted Varieties, 6 oz can, BOGO $3.19
$0.60/2 or $1/2 Blue Diamond Almonds 10/10/2010 SS
$0.75/2 or .60/2 Blue Diamond Almonds 12/5/2010 SS
$1/2 Blue Diamond Almonds Walgreens IVC (exp 1/29/2011)

Entenmann's Little Bites, Assorted Varieties, 6.6 to 8.8 oz box, BOGO $4.29

Dove Chocolate Promises, Assorted Varieties, Silky Smooth Rich Dark or Milk Chocolate, 8.5 or 9.5 oz bag, BOGO $4.29
$0.55/1 Dove Promises Chocolate All You Dec 2010

Tostitos Salsa, Assorted Varieties, 15.5 oz jar, BOGO $2.89
$1/1 Tostitos Dip wyb 2 Tostitos Chips TARGET Target.com (exp 2/28/2011) (if included)

Wise Potato Chips, Assorted Varieties, 9.75 or 10 oz bag, BOGO $3.79
$0.50/1 Wise Snacks (IE) (exp 2/28/2011)

Mrs. Paul's Fish or Fried Clams, Assorted Varieties, 8-11.4 oz pkg, BOGO $4.49
$2/1 Birds Eye WYB Kamp's or Mrs. Paul All You Feb 2011

Yoplait YoPlus Yogurt, Assorted Varieties, 4 pack, 4 oz cup, BOGO $2.00
$0.50/1 Yoplait YoPlus Yogurt 1/2/2011 GM
$0.50/1 Yoplait YoPlus Yogurt (exp 2/2/2011)
$0.75/2 Yoplait Products (exp 2/5/2011)

Kozy Shack Pudding, Assorted Varieties, 22 oz tub or 4 or 6 pk, 4 oz cup, BOGO $2.99
$0.55/1 Kozy Shack Product Rolling

Shedd's Spread Country Crock, Regular or Churn Style, 15 oz tub, or twin pack, 2 pk, 7.5 oz tub, BOGO $1.89
$0.50/1 Shedd's Country Crock Margarine TARGET coupon Target.com (exp 2/28/2011)
$0.40/1 Shedd's Spread Country Crock Product (IE) (exp 2/1/2011)

Breyers Ice Cream, Assorted Varieties, 48 oz carton, BOGO $5.49

WholeFruit Sorbet, Assorted Varieties, 1-pt ctn, BOGO $2.89

Weight Watchers Smart Ones Desserts, Assorted Varieties, 4.36 to 6.6 oz pkg, BOGO $1.93
$0.75/1 Weight Watchers Frozen Novelties All You Jan 2011

Hefty Everyday Plates, Soak Proof, 130 ct pkg, BOGO $4.99

Purina One Cat Food, Assorted Varieties, 3.3 or 3.5 lb bag, BOGO $6.89

Glade Candle, Assorted Varieties, 4 oz jar or Scented Oil Candle Refills, 4 ct or Glade Plugins or Relaxing Moment Refill, 1 ct, BOGO $3.49
$1/2 Glade Plugins Scented Gel Refills 1/9/2011 SS
$1/1 Glade Plugins Scented Gel Warmer 1/9/2011 SS
$3/1 Glade Plugins Scented Oil Holder 1/9/2011 SS
$1/1 Glade Plugins Scented Oil Refills 1/9/2011 SS

Adkins Advantage Shakes, Assorted Varieties, 4 pack, 11 oz can, BOGO $6.89

Colgate Toothpaste, Assorted Varieties, 8.2 oz tube, BOGO $2.75
$0.75/1 or $1/1 Colgate Toothpaste 1/2/2011 SS
$0.50/1 Colgate Toothpaste 1/2/2011 SS
$1/1 Colgate Total Toothpaste 1/16/2011 SS
$1/1 Colgate Total Advanced Toothpaste All You Jan 2011
$1/1 Colgate Sensitive Toothpaste All You Feb 2011

Halls Cough Drops, Assorted Varieties, 30 ct bag (Excluding Halls Defense) BOGO $1.49
$0.35/1 Halls Cough Drops 1/2/2011 SS
$1/2 Halls Cough Drops 1/2/2011 SS
$0.50/1 Halls Cough Drops All You Feb 2011

Publix Omeprazole Acid Reducer, Delayed Release Tablets, 20 mg, 14 ct pkg, BOGO $8.99

Beech Nut Stage 2 Baby Food, Assorted Varieties, 4 oz jar, BOGO .55

Nature's Own English Muffins, Assorted Varieties, 6 count, 12 oz bag, BOGO $2.99

Aunt Jemima Pancake & Waffle Mix, Assorted Varieties, 32 or 35 oz box, BOGO $2.75

Van's Waffles, Assorted Varieties, 7.5 to 12 oz pkg, BOGO $2.99

Hostess Sweet Sixteen Mini Donuts, Powered or Frosted, 12 or 13 oz pkg, BOGO $2.99

Aunt Jemima Syrup, Assorted Varieties, 24 oz bottle, BOGO $3.45

Thanks to Slickdeals Publix thread

What Can You Learn From Ted Williams? (The Guy With the Golden Voice)

What can you learn from Ted William's sudden fame?
Ted Williams shot to fame when his interview went on YouTube. The interview was made at the time when he was homeless and used to ask for donations at a bus stand with a board in his hand and his recorded voice asking for donations. The interview became so famous that lots of job offers landed in his lap. Even NBA has asked him to join. There are a lot of financial lessons one can learn from his sudden shot to fame. This is true that happiness as well as misery is not permanent and it depends upon you to have a determination in life to change your misery into happiness. You need to have a good savings plan so that you can tackle any financial shortcoming.

Frugal lessons worth learning from Ted Williams' story
There are a lot of times in life when you feel confused about the debts you have and how to get out of financial misery. There are a lot of people who have a lot of money and don't know what they can do with it. You can also win sudden lottery and may not know what to purchase first. You must have a clear vision of everything so that you don't get greedy and lose everything in the process. Take a look at the financial lessons you can learn from Ted Williams' story:
  1. Clear about what you want
    You must be clear about you want from life. There may be times in life when you may get confused about the different things that may land into your lap. If you get confused about the job offers or other financial things you get, you must prioritize the things and choose the ones that match your needs. If you have a lot of job offers, you may try to go for those interviews that solve your purpose and recognizes for your caliber and whet you can do. If you have a lot of debts, you must pay the ones with the largest interest rates first while paying your other debts minimally. This clear vision of yours can really help you reach the goal you've set for yourself. 
  1. Put a stop to reckless spending
    You may be a millionaire or a pauper. But if you earn $5, you must try to save $3 and spend $2. This is smart financing and if you're smart with money, you can reach anywhere you want. At least, you'll not have debts to pay off. Money doesn't take time to get over and once it's over you need to think of other ways to secure your future. You need to draw a line between "wants" and "needs". If you know the difference between the two, you'll be able to save money. Try to consult your family before purchasing any big thing so that you know if others are ready for it. When you get a check, try to save most of it. Don't spend any money till the time you get the check in your hands. Try to work out a budget and include your kids too in the budget formation so that they can learn to be money responsible. 
  1. Get experts advice
    This is another way you can manage your finances. If you are confused about the money you want to save and the amount you need to spend, you can seek financial advice from your experts or elders so that you don't fall into debts. Try to put all your problems in front of them so that they can give you the required advice on the ways to manage your money. When Ted Williams was asked about the jobs he would choose, he said that he'll seek help of a therapist and would focus only on few offers. He also wanted to solve his previous financial problems so that he wouldn't make the same mistakes again. 
  1. Invest apart from savings
    If you have a savings account and want to grow our money more, you can go for investment options so that you can have a safe and secured future. Look for lucrative investments so that you can get better returns. Start small and don't get greedy in the process. You must also lead an honest life and pay your taxes on time. Keep away some money for emergencies so that you don't have to break your investments. Try to seek experts' advice when you're going for investments so that you know which ones suit you the most.  
Apart from the financial tips and lessons given above, you must take things slow in your life. If you have any problems in life, try to tackle it smartly and never get carried away. Manage the money you earn and have so that your future doesn't get into debts.

Author's Bio : RP is a guest writer for various finance related Communities including CDFA, FCB, Debt Consolidation Care etc. She is a PG degree holder in Marketing and Finance and right now working in a reputed bank as a relationship manager. She is well equipped to write articles on debt consolidation , debt settlement, frugality, savings, economies of states etc.

Craigslist Tips to Sell Stuff Fast

I just relisted twelve items on Craigslist to try and sell before we have another garage sale at the end of the month. I have previously listed the same items with not much response, but this time its different. I've already sold my 2GB Ipod Nano for $50 and my seven extra bicycle tires for $2 each, and today I'm meeting with someone for the leaf blower and possibly the chainsaw. I also have tentative plans to sell a bike U-lock on Saturday.
I attribute the success of these listings to the fact that I included a picture of the item in all listings. Even if I didn't have a picture of my actual item, I got a picture off Amazon to show the buyer what the item looked like. 
The second important thing to do is provide a phone number. If you don't want to reveal your cell phone or home phone, get a free number from Google Voice that you can have forwarded to your cell.
The third point that seems to have made a difference this time for me, is to encourage buyers to text you. ALL my contacts have been initiated by text this time because I encouraged people to leave a message or text me and I'll get back to them. With my Google voice number, it forwards the text to my cell phone and google voice account, where I can reply either way. Did you know you can be logged into more than one gmail account at one time? This allows you to work on blogging on one account and if your google voice is linked to another account, you can just click over.
The fourth thing that goes without saying, is to price your item appropriately and describe it accurately. If it is scratched or compromised in some manner, just tell people up front rather than wasting everyone's time with a meet that surprises the buyer when they see the condition of the item.
If you have some higher priced garage sale stuff, I highly recommend listing on Craigslist and attempting to sell before the sale. Plus you'll get a list of contact numbers or emails to let people know of an upcoming garage sale.
Good Luck 

Publix Weekly Ad 1/13-1/19 Exciting Additions

Its been a weird week with the Publix ad, first we get a really early sneak peek on Sunday with the BOGO's HERE, and then nobody seemed to post ALL the matchups or the remainder of the ad - at least no where on the internet I found. Anyway, I had to wait for the morning paper to find out the remainder of the ad! I was pleasantly surprised by some of the other sale items and I'm sure you will be too. So, they're not really organized by any order other than the page of the ad, I've bolded my favorites that have matching coupons in the newspaper inserts from 1/2 and 1/9, or target printables found HERE.
Hormel Country Crock Side Dishes, 21-24 oz tub 2 for $5
Kraft Shredded Cheese or chunk, cracker cut or cubes, 4.5 – 9.6 oz pkg 2 for $4
Vita Sliced Smoked Salmon 2 for $6
Perdue Short Cuts Chicken or Turkey Beast 9 oz 2 for $6
Sabrett Beef Franks 16 oz, 2 for $5
Johnsonville Cooked Brats 13.5 – 16 oz, 2 for $6
Perdue Breaded Chicken Breast Chunks, 26 oz, 6.49
12 pk Coke, 12oz cans, B2G1, save up to 4.99 on 3
Dannon Activia Yogurt 4pk, 3 for $6
Publix sour cream $0.75
Jello Snacks, 6 pk, 3 for $6
Organic valley Organic Milk, ½ gal, 2 for $7
Healthy Choice CafĂ© Steamers Entrees 8 – 12.3oz, 5 for 410
Oscar Mayer Zip Pack Lunch Meats, 9-10 oz pkg, 2 for $5
Kraft American Cheese Slices, 12 oz, 2 for $4
Kleenex Tissues, 75-200 ct, 4 for $5
Angel Soft Bath Tissue,  reg 24 roll, dble 12 roll, $5.49
Purex Laundry Detergent, 100 oz, $4.99
Doritos 12 oz, 2 for $6
Finish Automatic Dishwasher Detergent, 20 ct box $2.99
Fantastik Cleaner, 26-32 oz, 2 for $4
Garnier Fructis Hair Products 5 – 13 oz, $2.89

Organizing Clutter

I haven't come out and publicly listed my resolutions for the year because I guess I figure they're actually lifestyle changes that I need to work on ALL the time, not just because its a new year. Plus it seems like they would be the same as last year -
1. lose weight (15 lbs) and win the battle with the evil scale
2. get all our groceries and household supplies for free using coupons, rolling gift cards and rebates
3. become more minimalist by getting by with less stuff
As the middle of the first month approaches, I've been dieting and have lost 5 lbs so far, unfortunately I continue to battle the weekend habits of drinking beer and eating chicken wings which makes me gain what I lost. So my NET LOSS is only 2 lbs. Its an ugly pattern that probably will always be my monkey, so I'm going to avoid the reality by just weighing myself once a week - forget that daily yo-yo crap. I think I'll pick Fridays to weigh in - should be a good day after biking and walking all week, but before the weekend splurge on wings and beer. Or I could give up wings. But that wouldn't be fun and I want life to be fun so forget it.
Anyway, my next resolution to get free groceries is off to a great start since we've only spent $42 in cash and have gotten all our $800 in groceries free, and $60 in gift cards already, so we're well on our way. We did it last year so its not going to be hard to do again.
The hardest thing for me to do is to become minimalist. I love the idea and the result (my new kitchen and bathrooms are there already!), but its really hard to organize and get rid of stuff. I just bought another PC last week (like I really needed it?!) so I needed to rearrange my computer station - it just can't handle 5 computers, a couple monitors and a couple printers, plus all the peripherals like speakers, webcams, external drives, itune chargers and other usb stuff. So as luck would have it, there was a cheap computer L shaped desk for sale on craigslist in our neighborhood and I got it. I've already spent hours cleaning off the desk, moving all the units, cleaning, putting up the desk and setting up the new area.
However, there is a pile of boxes in the middle of the room with all the papers that were in the file cabinet I had to move. I figured I might be able to just throw away all the paper in the cabinet and fill it up with the stuff from the bookshelf, and move that into the spare room for more stockpile space. So here's my criteria to review and toss
1. Do I need it? (This is the hard question - some things I want. If that's the case it needs to be either beautiful or functional and maybe I'll set it aside to decide later in the process.
2. Is it still relevant? (Easy one, if I don't own the equipment, or I already took the trip, or paid the bill its tossed) 
3. Can I get this information on the internet?
4. Do I need the original? If not scan it and put it on the computer.
5. Keep it if it meets all criteria.
I'm sure there will be stuff I WANT but don't NEED. Like do I need all the race numbers from all my 10K and Marathon runs with my time and place noted on the back? No, but it will be tough to toss them. It just wouldn't be the same to scan it and have it on the computer. Anyway, its my big challenge of the next couple days to get all those boxes emptied and the new area straightened out, then you can see the picture. The picture of the desk above is my current cubby hole corner - which is a mess, at least my box of coupons on the floor there is neat and tidy.