NEW $0.50/1 Muir Glen printable coupon = MONEYMAKER Tomato Sauce/Paste with a double?

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muir-glen-printable-couponI can’t remember the pricing on the Muir Glen products for certain, but I think the small cans of organic tomato sauce are only $0.89 at Publix. I think the tomato paste is really cheap too. If so, these will be a small moneymaker with a doubled coupon (and cheap for us that don’t have doubled coupons.)

$0.50/1 Muir Glen Product printable coupon (preclipped – zip 18017)

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Publix scenario:
BUY ONE MUIR GLEN TOMATO SAUCE, regular price $0.89 (estimated)
Use one $0.50/1 Muir Glen Product printable coupon (preclipped – zip 18017)

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  1. There is a publix coupon for $1/2 Muir glen tomatoes (28 oz) from Best Meals Happen at Home (emailed)..not sure how much they run…. to stack with this mq.

  2. The price for small cans is $1.09 in my area… Everything seems to be higher. Still a good deal with doubled coupon.

  3. Thanks so much for pointing out some awesome coupon finds. I cleared my cache, and they seem to be printing better now. If u don’t mind, I have a request to speed things up. When we need to change the zip to print, I also have to put in the correct corresponding state with it or it won’t print.

    When you have the state name for the zip, would you be able to include it with the coupon and zip so we don’t have to look up the state name to match the zip in order to print? Thanks and I hope this is an easy fix.

    I wish we had a Publix…….

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Try the method that is listed in the post. It is a little bit different and doesn’t require the state info.