Sep 122014
 

Publix Old El Paso Deals

 

This week Publix is booming with deals, and although our fridge is pretty full thanks to an ALDI trip last Friday, I did want to take advantage of the fantastic 25 percent off Old El Paso sale at Publix. We also stocked up on free noodles for hurricane season, and although these are not part of our usual menu, they surely are good to have on hand in case a storm knocks out power, and we’ll be stuck with cooking on a grill.

Look for this display for the $2/4 Publix coupon:

 

2 dollar Publix coupon

Publix Deals:

6 x Old El Paso Taco Seasoning on sale at $0.89 each and 6 x Old El Paso Vegetarian Re-fried Beans on sale at $1.19 each = $12.48 – (3 x $2/4 Old El Paso Publix coupons from in store display and 4 x $1/3 Old El Paso coupons) = $5.48 ($0.46 each)

4 x Old El Paso Cooking Sauce on sale at $1.95 each = $7.80 – ($2/4 Old El Paso Publix coupon from in-store display and 4 x $0.50 Old El Paso Cooking Sauce peelie coupons) = $3.80 ($0.95 each)

4 x Progresso Soup on sale at $1.50 each = $6 – ($1/4 Progresso coupon) = $5 ($1.25 each)

10 x Maruchan Yakisoba Noodles on BOGO sale at 2 for $0.99 = $4.95 – (5 x $1/2 Maruchan Yakisoba coupons Smart Source insert 8/17) = FREE ($0.05 overage)

6 x Maruchan Bowls  on BOGO sale at 2 for $0.99 = $2.97 – (3 x $1/2 Maruchan Bowls coupons from Smart Source insert 8/17) = FREE ($0.03 overage)

1 lb of Chicken Fillets on sale at $3.95 – ($1 Winn Dixie chicken coupon from mailer) = $2.95

Asparagus $3.21, Green Beans $1.98 and Green beans $1.91 = $7.10 – ($1/7 Target fruit and vegetable coupon) = $6.10 (Final price $2.87, $1.65 and $1.58)

 

Tax $0

Total out of pocket $21.25

Total saved $45.20

 

The Old El Paso deals were so good that I might just have to go back for more.

 

 

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