Publix 6/22 – Paid $0.97 on $13.96 of Merchandise (93.1% Saved)

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I made a quick unplanned trip to Publix today. I was at CVS to try to do the Cholest Off moneymaker, but my store had them only at 25% off, so I passed on the deal. But I was two doors down from a Publix and had two $2/1 Nature Made Vitamin coupons, so I felt obligated to see if I could use them. I used the overage to offset the cost of two loaves of bread. (I don’t have the regional coupon that matches with the Nature’s Own Bread.)

So here’s what I bought, along with the coupons used:

TWO NATURE’S OWN BREAD, on sale BOGO $2.99
TWO NATURE MADE VITAMIN D3, regular price $3.99
Used one $6/2 Nature Made Vitamins Publix coupon, Green Advantage Flyer
and used two $2/1 Nature Made Vitamins printable manufacturer coupon
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.97

Total Retail Value of All Merchandise: $13.96
Net Price Paid for Everything: $0.97
Savings Rate: 93.1%

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Comments

  1. I’ll miss those Publix vitamin coupons……. I took advantage today too!!! Also, there is a $.55/1 coupon on one Nature’s Own bread product.

    • May I ask where you found that coupon?? I’ve been looking for weeks & even tried to order them but no luck on who has them!!!

  2. melissa says:

    Good deal on bread w/ this combo! Who would of thunk it! Imagine if we also go the Nature Made coupons in Tampa. Have a happy, and raining weekend.

  3. You sure had a lot of those vitamin coupons lately.

    • Yup! I love the PDF coupons. You can save to your hard drive and print as many originals as you like without violating the terms of the coupon, since each one is originally printed from the file.

      I highly suggest that you create a folder on your computer to save high-value PDF coupon files so you can go back and print as needed.

  4. your math isnt right, i come out with 10.97 total and subtrat 8.00 for a oop of 2.97

    • Yes it is correct. I used three coupons. $10.97-$10 of coupons ($6, $2 and $2) = $0.97 out-of-pocket.

  5. OOPS< my Bad .