Publix Coupon Matchups: Sept 10 - 16
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Publix Coupon Matchups: Sept 10 – 16

Posted on Monday, September 8th, 2014 at 8:00 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 Sale Priced Based On Purchasing A Single Item
Friendship Cottage Cheese, 16 oz – $1.30
Final Price: $0.60
Kellogg’s Apple Jacks, Corn Pops, Frosted Flakes, Krave or Corn Flakes, 10 – 18 oz – $2.19
Final Price: $0.69
Kraft Mayonnaise or Miracle Whip, 22 oz – $2.49

Stacks With 

  • $1.00/2 Kraft Mayo or Miracle Whip, 12 oz – (exp. 09/30/14)
Final Price: $1.24
Buy 2; Use (2) $.75/1 Coupon; Combine with $1/2 Publix Coupon
Maruchan Yakisoba Japanese Noodles, 4 oz – $0.49
  • $0.50/1 Maruchan Yakisoba Product – 8-17-14 SS – (exp. 10/15/14)
  • $1.00/2 Maruchan Yakisoba Product – 8-17-14 SS – (exp. 10/15/14)
Final Price: Free
Mueller’s Pasta, 12 – 16 oz – $0.85

Excludes: Lasagna, Jumbo Shells, Manicotti, Gluten Free, Noodles and Ronco

Final Price: $0.10
South Beach Diet Snack Bars, 5 ct – $2.65
Final Price: $1.65
Trans Ocean Surimi, Crab Flavored, 8 oz – $1.59
Final Price: $0.59
Canned Goods & Soups
Progresso Soup, 18 – 19 oz – $1.50
Final Price: $0.50
Nestle Coffee Mate Coffee Creamer, 16 oz – $1.66

Stacks With 

Final Price: $0.33
Buy 3: Use (3) $.50/1 Coupon; Combine with $1/3 Target Coupon
Personal Care
Always Discreet Underwear, Discreet Bladder Protection, 15 – 21 ct – $11.99

Stacks With 

  • $2.00/1 Always Discreet Liner, Pad or Underwear (Publix Coupon) – Publix “Stocking Spree” Booklet – (exp. 09/30/14)
Final Price: $6.99
Use $3/1 Coupon; Combine with $2/1 Publix Coupon
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