With the boys home from school this week, I decided to skip my usual mid week trip which includes ALDI and Target. I might make a quick stop at Target later on, as I believe they had ground beef on sale. Instead of the big shopping trip, I made a trip to Publix after swim practice. I had some Kleenex coupons that I wanted to use, so I picked up 13 boxes of cheap Kleenex for $0.33 each. Unfortunately these will not last long at my house, as my oldest son and I suffer for all-year allergies.
My Publix Shopping Trip
2 x 1 gallon Publix Orange Juice @ $3.99 each
1 Gallon Publix Lemonade $2.99
Chuck Roast @ $3.49/lb = $5.10
1 Red Pepper $1.33
2 x Silk Soy Milk on sale at 2 for $5 – (2 x $1 Silk coupons) = $3 ($1.50 each)
Keebler Cookies on BOGO sale at $3.49 – ($0.55/2 Keebler coupon RP 2/19) = $2.94 ($1.47each)
13 x Kleenex Tissues on sale at $1.33 each x 13 = $17.29 – (3 x $1 Kleenex coupons 2/26 SS regional coupon) = $4.29 ($0.33 each)
6 x Ultra Palmolive Dish Liquid, 25 oz, on BOGO sale at 2 for $3.49 x 3 = $10.47 – (6 x$0.50 Palmolive coupon SS 2/26) = $7.47 ($1.25 each)
– $3 Publix Coupon from Recyclebank
Total out of pocket $42.84
Total saved $46.89
The turnstile: Look for Publix coupon booklets in the turnstile at Publix.
Competitor Coupons: Publix accepts competitor coupons, which can be combined with manufacturer coupons.My local store accepts Doris, Sedano’s, Target and Winn-Dixie, but ask at your local Publix what competitor coupons they accept.