Publix Coupon Matchups: Nov 18 - 25
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Publix Coupon Matchups: Nov 18 – 25

Posted on Wednesday, November 18th, 2015 at 9:35 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

Breyers Ice Cream, 1.5 qt – $2.72
Final Price: $1.72

Campbell’s Cream Soups, 10.5 oz – $0.75
Final Price: $0.55

Del Monte Canned Vegetables – $0.75

Excludes: Harvest Selects, Seasoned, Special Blends and Asparagus

  • $0.40/4 Del Monte Canned Vegetables – 11-8-15 SS (exp. 01/31/16)
  • Stacks With $0.50/4 Del Monte Canned Vegetables (Publix Coupon) – Treats & Baked Goodies Grocery Advantage Flyer (Valid from 10/31/15); Includes 11 – 16 oz Only (exp. 11/20/15)
Final Price: $0.43
Buy 4; Use $0.40/4 Coupon; Combine with $0.50/4 Publix Coupon

Keebler Cookies – $1.85
Final Price: $0.85

Keebler Townhouose or Club Crackers, 9 – 13 oz – $1.89
Final Price: $0.89

Mt. Olive Pickles, 16 – 46 oz – $1.49
Final Price: $0.24

Mueller’s Pasta, 8 – 16 oz – $0.85

Excludes: Lasagna, Jumbo Shells, Manicotti and Noodles

Final Price: $0.35

Nabisco Wheat Thins or Triscuits, 12 – 16 oz – $2.25
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.88
Final Price: $0.63
Buy 2; Use $0.75/2 Coupon; Submit $1.25/1 Rebate

Nestle Carnation Evaporated Canned Milk, 12 oz – $0.79
Out-of-Pocket Price: $0.29
Final Price: $0.04
Buy 2; Use $0.50/2 Coupon; Submit for $.50/2 Rebate

Orville Redenbacher’s Microwave Popcorn, 6 – 12 ct – $1.89
Final Price: $0.39

Progresso Bread Crumbs, 15 oz – $0.98
Final Price: $0.48

Purex Liquid Laundry Detergent, 45 – 75 oz – $2.99
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.49
Final Price: $0.24
Buy 2; Use $3/2 Coupon; Combine with $1.25/1 Rebate

Swanson Broth, 24 – 32 oz – $1.44
Out-of-Pocket Price: $1.11
Final Price: $0.73
Buy 3; Use $0.50/2 Coupon; Submit for $1/3 Rebate
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