Mar 182011
 

I was completely out of meat, which is why I had to head to Publix on a busy Friday afternoon with three kids in tow. I found a great reward though, as I stumbled upon a great coupon deal.

Chicken quarters are on sale at $0.69 each.

$4.35 lbs for $3

Now, on the expensive Publix chicken and on the expensive Perdue chicken I found $1.50 coupons, when you buy Philadelphia Cooking Creme, but they did not say that you had to use it on that chicken.

I had 4 x $1.50 Manufacturer Coupons with me (From a blinkie machine), and they were on sale at 2 for $4. I had originally decided against buying the Philadelphia Cooking Creme, until I realized that with these meat coupons, buying the Philadelphia Cooking Creme would actually help me save on the chicken I was going to buy anyway.

You can find the $1.50 Philadelphia Cooking Creme coupons at Cooking With Kraft.

Example of a chicken deal:

Buy 4 x Chicken Leg Quarters at $3 each = 12
buy 4 x Philadelphia Cooking Creme on sale at $2 each = $8

Subtotal $20

Use 4 x $1.50 Philadelphia Cooking Creme coupons
Use 4 x $1.50 off Meat when you buy Philadelphia Cooking Creme Coupons

Total out of pocket $8 for all of the above.

The above is the cheapest scenario, I did buy both the chicken leg quarters and skinless chicken thighs, which made it more expensive, but in return I also had a Winn-Dixie coupon that I could use.

This is what I bought:

3 x Chicken Leg Quarters  = $8.97
1 x Skinless Chicken Thighs $5.22
4 x Philadelphia Cooking Creme on sale at $2 each = $8

Subtotal $22.19

Use 4 x $1.50 Philadelphia Cooking Creme coupons
Use 4 x $1.50 off Meat when you buy Philadelphia Cooking Creme Coupons
– $1 Winn-Dixie Coupon (from baby club mailer)

I paid $9.19 out of pocket for all of the above (15.28 lbs of chicken)

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