My 3/28 Publix Trip – $79.98 for $23.71 or 70% Off

Whew – I'm running really late today!  It's spring break for the kids and my girls and I had planned a girl's day out, then we found not one but TWO flat tires when we got to the car this morning.  We finally did get to do some fun shopping, but we spent way longer running errands than we had planned since we also had to stop at the tire shop.  Luckily we got some good deals and we had a nice lunch while we were out!  Today we bought $79.98 worth of groceries for $23.71, or 70% off after coupons, $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupon from the Enjoy The City book and $7 RR.  Here are the deals:

General Mills Cereal: Honey Nut Cheerios, Lucky Charms, or Reese’s Puffs, 16 to 18 oz, BOGO $3.99
-$1/2 General Mills Cereals
-$1/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereals
-$1/3 General Mills Cereals 03/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 04/21/2012)
-$1.10/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereal
-$1/2 General Mills Cereals 03/11/2012 SS Insert (exp 04/21/2012)
-$1/2 General Mills Cheerios Cereals (I used 2 of these)
-$1/2 General MIlls Cereals Target.com (exp 04/05/2012)
Final Price:  $1.50 per box

Ocean Spray Juice Cocktail or Juice Drink Blend, Selected Varieties, 64 oz, (excluding 100% Cranberry and all Grapefruit Juices), BOGO $3.85 or $1.93 each

Mt. Olive Pickles, 4 pk or 16 to 32 oz, BOGO $2.99
-$1/1 Mt. Olive Pickles, Peppers, or Relish Product 01/22/2012 SS Insert (exp 04/08/2012)
-$0.55/1 Mt. Olive Product, any Tear Pad (exp 12/31/2012)
Final Price:  $1.50 (I had no qs)

Juicy Juice 100% Juice Blend, 64 oz, BOGO $3.75
-$1/1 Nestle Juicy Juice All Natural 100% Juice 64 fl oz or 6.75 oz 8pk, any flavor hangtag (exp 4/22/2012)
-$1/2 sizes or flavors of Nestle Juicy Juice products Nestle Mailed Coupons (MQ redeemable at Publix)
-$1/3 Juicy Juice (log in)
Final Price:  $1.54 each bottle

Tampico Punch, 1 gallon, BOGO $1.99 or $1.00 each

Banquet Brown N Serve Sausage, 6.4 oz, BOGO $1.99
-$0.25/1 Banquet Brown 'N Serve Sausage Links or Patties product insert (exp 03/01/13)
Final Price:  $0.75 each

Dole Pineapple, 20 oz, $.99
-$1/3 Dole Pineapple, 20 oz (I used this one)
-$.50/2 Any Dole Fruit 3/25/12  SS Insert
-B3G1 Dole Fruit (11oz or larger) 3/25/12 SS Insert (exp 5/20)
Final Price:  $0.66 each

Reynolds Wrap Foil, 30 to 75 sf, $2.99
-$1.50/1 Reynolds Wrap Foil (35 sq. ft. or larger, excluding Wrappers™ foil sheets) zip 12345 (I used 2 of these)
-$0.75/1 Reynolds Wrap Foil, (excluding 18, 20, 25, 30 sq ft and wrappers) 01/22/2012 SS Insert (exp 03/31/2012)
Final Price:  $1.50 each

Florida Vine Ripened Tomatoes, $1.29/lb

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  1. Kelly Nelson says:

    Which publix do you shop at? and which paper had wd $5/30?

  2. Ugh! Sorry Kelly – I’ve been having a day today! The $5/$30 Winn Dixie coupon was from the Enjoy The City book (I just linked to it above). Today I shopped at the Publix in Spanish Fort at the Eastern Shore Center.

  3. Kelly Nelson says:

    Me too, I was wondering because I know you live close to the Al line and do both states. I was told that Publix does not accept RR here in FL. Do you know if that is a store specific or corporate policy?

  4. Sorry for the delayed response – the kids are on spring break this week and I have lost all track of my brain! I do shop on both sides of the state line and have never had a problem using RR in Pensacola, but I mostly go to the store at corner of 9 Mile Rd & Pine Forest Rd, and the one on Mobile Highway. Register Rewards are not covered by the corporate policy, but the regional manager for this area covers all the way from Baldwin County to the Fort Walton area so I would think that all of his stores would have similar policies. The RR policy at the stores I visit in Baldwin County HAS changed several times over the past year or so (first they’d take as many as you had, then they limited it to one, then they would take one from each manufacturer, now they’re mostly back to taking as many as you have again) so I would suggest trying again at your store. The policy may have changed since you last asked or the person who told you that may have (hopefully!) been mistaken.

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