Best of Publix Matchups 12/2/-1/3
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Best of Publix Matchups 12/2/-1/3

Posted on Friday, December 30th, 2011 at 12:37 pm
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Here are the best Publix matchups for $1 and under!

1. Welch’s 100% Grape Juice, 64 oz $3.91
Use $1.00/1 Welch’s Grape Juice, 64 oz from 9/25
Or $0.75/1 Welch’s Refrigerated Juice Cocktail or Healthy Start 100% Juice from 9/25
Or $1.00/1 Welch’s 100% Juice from  9/25
Or $0.75/1 Welch’s Refrigerated Fruit Juice Cocktail from 10/16
Final Price:  $1.91 for 2 or $0.96 each

2. Hunt’s 100% Natural Tomatoes, Puree or Sauce, 28-29 oz $1.99
Use $0.40/2 – Hunts Tomatoes, 11oz or Larger – (hunts.com)
Or $0.60/3 – Hunts Tomatoes, 11oz or Larger – (hunts.com)
Or $1.00/3 – Hunts Tomatoes, 11oz or Larger – (hunts.com)
Final Price:   $1.19 for 2 or $0.60 each

3.

General Mills Chex Mix, 7.5-8.75 oz $2.59
Use $0.50/1 Chex Mix Chocolate from 12/11
Or $1.00/2 Chex Mix from 11/13
Or $0.50/2 Chex Mix or Chex Mix 100 Calorie Snack from 12/11

Final Price:  s $0.59 for 2 or $0.30 each

4. Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough, 16-16.5 oz $2.89
Use $1.00/1 Nestle Toll House Christmas Characters Sugar Cookies from 12/4
Or $1.25/2 – Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough – (verybestbaking.com)
Final Price:  $0.89 for 2 or $0.45 each

5. Nabisco Toasted Chips, Ritz or Wheat Thins, 5-10 oz $3.69
Use $1.00/1 – Nabisco Crackers, 5.5oz- 16.6oz – (kraft.com)
Or B2G1 FREE – Nabisco Crackers, 9oz-16oz, Up To $2.50 – (coupons.com)
Or B2G1 FREE – Nabisco Crackers, 9oz-16oz, Up To $2.50 – (bricks.coupons.com)
Or $1.00/2 – Nabisco Crackers – (facebook.com)
Final Price:  $1.69 for 2 or $0.85 each

6. Pepperidge Farm Farmhouse Bread or Hearty Sliced Honey Wheat, 24 oz $3.99
Use $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farm Bakery Products from 12/4
Or $1.00/2 Pepperidge Farm Bakery Products from 12/4
Final Price: $1.99 for 2 or $1.00 each

7. Voskos Greek Yogurt, 4.6 oz $1.00
Use $0.75/1 – Voskos Greek Yogurt Flavor – (facebook.com)
Or $1.00/3 – Voskos Greek Yogurt or YoGreek – (smartsource.com)
Final Price:  $0.25

8. Flatout Fold-It Artisan Flatbreads, 8.5-9 oz $2.50
Use $2.00/2 Flatout And Boursin Product from Publix All the Trimmings booklet
Final Price:  $0.50 each plus price of Boursin Product

9. Glory Greens:  Collard, Kale, Mustard or Turnip, 16 oz $1.00
Use $0.75/2 Glory Foods Product from 11/13
Final Price:  $0.63 each when you buy 2

10. Tums Antacid, 36-150 ct $3.50
Use $1.00/1 – Tums Product – (tums.com)
Or $1.00/2 Tums Product from 11/13
And $1.50/1 Tums from Publix Winter Family Savings Booklet
Final Price: $1.00

11. Purina Friskies Cat Food, 5.5 oz $0.50
Use $1.00/36 Purina Friskies Cans from 10/30
Final Price:  $0.47 each when you buy 36

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