Friday, December 4, 2009

Publix Trip Saving 87%

I needed morsels to make cupcakes, which without a coupon would have cost me $5 plus tax. Instead, I spent a total just over $8 and took advantage of many of the sales and coupons available! Actually, I was not as organized as I would have liked or I would have gotten my total above $50 to be able to use my HG Hill $5/$50 coupon (subtotal was around $44 with sales alone). These sales are good through Tuesday.

2 Publix Large Eggs, 1.39
Final Price: .70 ea

Publix Big Roll Paper Towel, 1.33

-HG Hill Q reducing price to .19 (from Franklin Review Appeal on Wednesday)
Final Price: .19

Publix Bath Tissue, 2.59
-HG Hill Q reducing price to .19
Final Price: .19

Iceburg Lettuce, 1.59
-HG Hill Free Q
Final Price: Free

2 Bob Evans Original Hash Browns, 2 oz, $2.59 BOGO
-(2) .50/1 Any Refrigerated Bob Evans Side Dish printable
Final Price: .29

2 Betty Crocker Cookie Mixes, 17.5 oz, $2.67 BOGO
-(2) .40/1 Betty Crocker Cookie Mix SS 11/15, 10/25 printable or here or
Final Price: .54¢

4 Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Dough, $2.89 BOGO
-(2) $1 off Nestle Ultimates filled cookie dough peelies on product
-(2) $1.50 off Nestle Cookie Dough printable

Final Price: .20 ea

2 BeneVia Natural Flavored Fruit Drink, 4 pk 8 oz., $6.99 (turns out these are really good)
-(2) $3 off BeneVia Drink 4pk Green Advantage Buy Flyer (store coupon)
-(2) $5 off BeneVia Nutritional Drink printable

Final Price: Free+

2 Scotch Gift Wrap Tape, $1.99 BOGO
-(2) $1/1 Publix Winter Family Savings (asked for at customer service)
Final Price: Free

2 Nestle Morsels, 2.50 ea
-(2) $1/1 IP Qs
Final Price: 1.50 ea

Total before sales/coupons: 60.17
Sales: 16.96
Coupons: 35.13
OOP: $8.08 (saving 87%)


The Prudent Patron said...

Nice job! Drives me crazy when I just miss my $50 total.

FrugalMom said...

You did great! Fantastic savings!