Robitussin as low as $0.19 at Publix with coupon stack!

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This is a great deal that started yesterday and I can’t believe I overlooked it. You can score bottles of Robitussin for as little as 19 cents each when you buy two. All you need to do is stack a newspaper coupon with a coupon from the Publix Green Advantage Flyer. Here’s the scenario:

BUY TWO ROBITUSSIN, regular price $5.69
Use one $5/2 Various Advil, Robitussin or Dimetapp products, Publix Green Advantage Flyer
and use two $3/1 Robitussin manufacturer coupons, 9/30 RP newspaper insert (or printable that is no longer available)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.38 (or $0.19 each!)

Thanks to Stephanie for sending me the email, and Anne for showing me when she ran into me at Publix yesterday ;)

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Comments

  1. Ft. Lauderdale area 20 tablets regular price is $6.59, liquid one is $6.39-$6.59

  2. I just went to Publix’s today here in Central Florida and the 4 oz liquid was $5.69. So I bought 12 bottles total came to $68.28….didn’t clear the shelf because I got different remedies some for adult and some for kids. Also bought 3 pears on sale .99 lb total came to $1.44 and a gallon of milk for $3.69…..total order came to $74.72.

    Used 6 $5.00/2 Publix’s coupon and 12 $3.00 off any Robitussin product= -$66.00
    Used 1 $1.00 off Publix’s mailed coupon
    no coupon for milk:(

    So total before coupons is $74.72
    Total after coupons is $6.41

    • Awesome! Now you’re set for the season. Hope you don’t need all that and have lots left come spring ;)