Publix Coupon Matchups: Jan 6 - 12
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Publix Coupon Matchups: Jan 6 – 12

Posted on Tuesday, January 5th, 2016 at 3:15 pm
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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

$10 OFF $50 Gas Card when you spend $50 in Groceries 1/7-1/10 ONLY In Ad Coupon


Atkins Entree, 5.5 – 9.03 oz – $1.99
Final Price: $0.99

Chinet Square Classic White Plates, 12 – 35 ct – $1.65
Final Price: $0.65

Dannon Activia Yogurt, 4 pk – $1.38
Final Price: Free
Buy 2; Use (2) $1/1 Coupons; Combine with $1/2 Publix Store Coupon

Del Monte Canned Vegetables – $0.75

Excludes: Harvest Selects, Seasoned, Special Blends and Asparagus

Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.55
Final Price: $0.30
Buy 4; Use $0.40/4 Coupon; Submit for $0.50/2 Rebate

Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes, Froot Loops, Apple Jakcs and Corn Pops Cereal, 9 – 14 oz – $1.91
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.41
Final Price: $0.91
Use $1/2 Coupon; Submit for $1/2 Rebate

Mueller’s Pasta, 8 – 16 oz – $0.85

Excludes: Jumbo Shells, Manicotti and Noodles

Final Price: $0.35

Post Honey Bunches of Oats Cereal, 11 – 14.5 oz – $1.99
Final Price: $1.24

Canada Dry, 7 UP, A&W or Diet Rite, 12 pk 12 oz – $4.99 – B2G2
Final Price: $2.49
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Home Supplies

Puffs Facial Tissues, 96 ct – $1.00
Final Price: $0.30

Nasacort, 120 sprays – $17.99
Out-of-Pocket Price: $9.99
Final Price: $4.99
Use $4/1 Coupon; Combine with $5/1 Publix Coupon; Submit for $5/1 Rebate
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