Thursday, September 6, 2012

Publix: Juice and canola oil deals

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This week at Publix, my wish came true!

I had been hoping for good stock-up deals on frozen juice concentrate and cooking oil.  I did not have either in my stockpile, so I had to buy them at the lowest full prices available, which was at ALDI.

Lo and behold, this week there were buy one, get one free deals at Publix on LouAna cooking oil and on Old Orchard juice concentrates.  Combined with the $0.50/1 LouAna Oil printable coupon and the $1/4 Old Orchard Frozen Juice Concentrates printable coupon, I was able to stock up!

Old El Paso products were also BOGO.  I purchased two Taco Dinner Kits and used two $0.50/1 Old El Paso products coupons.  This coupon is available for ZIP code 90210 - to change ZIP codes in, click on the tab labeled "Local Coupons," change your ZIP code to 90210, then click on the "Coupons" tab again to find the El Paso coupon.  (Other areas have a $0.60/3 Old El Paso products coupon.)  Be sure to change your ZIP back again once you've printed the coupons. I'll be using the shells to make spaghetti tacos one night, as my younger two girls are big iCarly fans!

There were some decent price deals as well, made better by coupons!  I got Larabar energy bars and used this $0.75/3  LÄRABAR®, ÜBER® OR JOCALAT® bars coupon.  I also got Yoplait yogurt and used this $0.40/6 Yoplait® Yogurt coupon.  And I purchased two boxes of Keebler Club crackers (my youngest daughter's favorite!) and used both a store coupon from the Yellow Advantage flyer as well as a $1.00/2 Keebler Town House & Club Crackers manufacturer's coupon.

I was tempted to purchase Hamburger Helper, which was BOGO this week. And, there is a $0.75/3 any flavor Hamburger Helper®, Tuna Helper® OR Chicken Helper® coupon. But after I read the ingredients, I decided to pass.  It was just a kind of pasta and a kind of pasteurized, shelf-storable cheese, plus a bunch of chemicals.  I can make dishes like that at home with fresher ingredients and it would probably take the same amount of time.

And lastly, I bought an Empire kosher turkey, which was on sale for $2.29 per pound, which may sound expensive to you, but it's cheap for kosher meat.  I'll be cooking it for my Rosh Hashanah holiday meal.

Here are all the details on my shopping trip:

2 Keebler Club crackers @ $2.50 = $5.00
- $1.00/2 Keebler Town House & Club Crackers
- $1/2 Keebler Town House or Club Crackers, exp. 9/21/12 (Publix Yellow Advantage Flyer)
= $3.00 for two, or $1.50 each

3 Larabar energy bars @ $1.00 = $3.00
- $0.75/3  LÄRABAR®, ÜBER® OR JOCALAT® bars
= $2.25 for three, or 75¢ each

2 Old El Paso taco dinner kits @ BOGO $3.19
- 2 $0.50/1 Old El Paso products (zip 90210 - change under "Local Coupons" tab)
= $2.19 for two, or $1.05 each

4 LouAna canola oil @ BOGO $4.15 = $8.30

- 4 $0.50/1 LouAna Oil printable
= $6.30 for four, or $1.58 each

6 Yoplait yogurt @ 50¢ = $3.00
- $0.40/6 Yoplait® Yogurt
= $2.60 for six, or 43¢ each

8 Old Orchard frozen juice concentrate @ BOGO $1.99 = $7.96
- 2 $1/4 Old Orchard Frozen Juice Concentrates printable
= $5.96 for eight, or 75¢ each

11.71 lb Empire turkey @ $2.29/lb = $26.95

$5 off $50 Doris Italian Market competitor coupon

Total out of pocket: $44.25

Total saved compared to Publix full prices: $52.89

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Anna,  September 6, 2012 at 1:25 PM  

You made me smile when I read about your dreams come true with the cooking oil deal this week :) I felt exactly the same way

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