Publix Coupon Matchups: Apr 20 - Apr 26
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Publix Coupon Matchups: Apr 20 – Apr 26

Posted on Tuesday, April 19th, 2016 at 9:09 am
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Welcome to this week’s Publix Coupon Matchups! Below are the best deals this week but be sure to click the button below to see ALL of this week’s coupon matchups! Please note that prices can vary by region.

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B1G1 Pricing Based on Single Purchase of 1 Item

Chinet Square Classic White Dinner Plates, 8 – 35 ct – $1.59
Final Price: $0.59

Flatout Flat Bread, 9 – 11.2 oz – $0.99
Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.00
Final Price: Free
Use $1.25/1 Coupon; Combine with $0.75/1 Rebate

InnovAsian Entree or Side Dish, 18 oz – $2.99
Final Price: $1.49

MIO Liquid Water Enhancer, 1.62 oz – $1.89
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.14
Final Price: $0.14
Use $0.75/1 Coupon; Submit for $1/1 Rebate

Magnum Ice Cream Bars, 10.14 oz – $2.35
Final Price: $1.60

Pillsbury Ready To Bake Cookie, 11.5 – 16 oz – $1.48
Final Price: $0.73

Post Fruity Pebbles Cereal, 11 oz – $1.99
Final Price: $0.99

Publix Fruit Salad, per lb – $1.99

Scotties Facial Tissue, 60 – 120 ct – $0.63
  • $0.50/1 Scotties Facial Tissues(1) MultiPack or (3) boxes – 4-10-16 RP (exp. 05/08/16)
Final Price: $0.30

Wish Bone Dressing, 16 oz – $1.54

Includes: Seasoning Mix

  • $1.00/1 Wish-Bone Ristorante Italiano or EVOO Dressing – 4-10-16 SS; DND (exp. 05/09/16)
Final Price: $0.54

Pillsbury Rolls, 4 – 12 oz – $1.00
Final Price: $0.50
Home Supplies

Hefty Tall Kitchen Bags, 18 – 45 ct – $5.99
Out-of-Pocket Price: $4.99
Final Price: $3.99
Use $1/1 Coupon; Submit for $1/1 Rebate
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