$1/2 Scotties printable coupons (two links!) and HOT Publix scenario!

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We have two printable coupons for Scotties Facial Tissues, plus we have a store coupon to stack at Publix AND the boxes will be on sale starting later this week in the new ad. So print your coupons so you are ready to go. Scenario listed below:

-$1/2 Scotties Facial Tissues printable manufacturer coupon (zip 12345)
-$1/2 Scotties Facial Tissues printable manufacturer coupon

And here’s the hot Publix scenario starting later this week:
BUY TWO SCOTTIES FACIAL TISSUES, on sale $1
Use one $1/2 Scotties Facial Tissues printable coupon (either link listed above)
and use one $0.55/2 Scotties Tissues Publix store coupon, One Stop One Store Booklet
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.45 (or 22 cents per box!)

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Comments

  1. Not seeing Scotties Tissues $1/2 in either of above links… changed zips too. Are they gone?

    • I still see the Scotties in zip 12345 on coupons.com. Check the last page. Perhaps you printed it earlier? (I didn’t think this one had reset. The deal for later this week surfaced in the middle of all the “new coupon hoopla” today.)

  2. Ann-Marie says:

    I finally found it on Coupons.com, however, I usually use Swagbucks website since they still have the old format. I didn’t find it initally under personal or healthcare, just scrolled through all the coupons.