Thursday, June 20, 2013

Publix: Great deals on condiments and treats

This is a great time of year to get deals on condiments!  People are buying sauces and spreads for their summer barbecues, so the manufacturers put those products on sale at this time.  Stock up now for the year, because many of these items won't be on sale again until next year!

It's also a great time to get treats like ice cream and cookies, since the manufacturers know that the kids are home and are asking to eat them.  (Do they have a camera pointed at my house?)  I'd recommend stocking up only if you have the ability to say no!  Otherwise, you'll end up consuming way too much of these fat- and sugar-laden treats.

Here's what I got at Publix this week:

2 Pepperidge Farm Garlic or Cheese Texas Toast @ BOGO $2.89
- 2 $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farm frozen bread printable (zip 99218)
=  $1.89 for two, or 95¢ each

2 Kraft barbecue sauce @ BOGO $1.85
- $1.00 off any TWO (2) KRAFT Barbecue Sauce
= 85¢ for two, or 43¢ each

2 A.1. steak sauce @ BOGO $4.29
- 2 $1.00 off any ONE (1) A.1. Steak Sauce
= $2.29 for two, or $1.15 each

2 Capri Sun @ $2.00 = $4.00
- $1.00 off two CAPRI SUN or ROARING WATERS Drinks
= $3.00 for two, or $1.50 each

2 Nestle Toll House cookie dough @ BOGO $3.49
- $1.25/2 Nestle Toll House Refrigerated Cookie Dough printable
=  $2.24 for two, or $1.12 each

2 Ronzoni Garden Delights pasta @ BOGO $1.49
- $1/2 Ronzoni Garden Delight, exp. 7/13/13 (SS 06/02/13) or $1/2 Ronzoni Garden Delight printable
= 49¢ for two, or 25¢ each

2 Breyer's ice cream @ BOGO $4.99
- $1.50/2 Breyer's Ice Cream or Frozen Dairy Dessert Target printable
= $3.49 for two, or $1.75 each

2 Monterey gourmet pesto @ BOGO $4.49
= $2.25 each

Tax: 24¢
Total spent: $18.98
Total saved compared to Publix full prices: $33.98

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Rebecca June 21, 2013 at 12:19 PM  

how is it you can get away with just buying these few products i have to buy meat. bread and milk every week so my saving are never this low i'm confused

Unknown June 21, 2013 at 1:43 PM  

@Becca - I also shop at ALDI - that's where I get the milk, eggs, bread, veggies, and other items you need each week. I stock up on meat about once a month. Publix shopping is for the specials on canned and boxed goods and on frozen and refrigerated items that will keep a while. Hope this helps!

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