Publix: Ridiculously Cheap Schick Razors/Refills/Disposables (or up to $9.51 MONEYMAKERS for lucky folks like me!)

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These ring up $10.99. If you find this $9.89 shelf tag, you will have a HUGE moneymaker!

These ring up $10.99. If you find this $9.89 shelf tag, you will have a HUGE moneymaker!

Wow, did you see the new Schick coupon in the brand new purple Health & Beauty Advantage Flyer? $10 off $20 of Edge or Schick Hydro Shave Gel 7-8.4 oz, Schick Extreme3 Disposable Razor 4-pack, or Schick Hydro 3 or Hydro 5 1-8 ct. There are tons of killer deals available that are nearly free, and if you are lucky (like I was) you will find the wrong price on the shelf tag and score a HUGE moneymaker! Here are the deals:

At Publix:
BUY TWO SCHICK XTREME3 DISPOSABLES 4 CT, regular price $8.99
BUY ONE EDGE SHAVE GEL, regular price $2.99
Use one $10/$20 Edge or Schick Hydro Shave Gel 7-8.4 oz, Schick Extreme3 Disposable Razor 4-pack, or Schick Hydro 3 or Hydro 5 1-8 ct, Publix Purple Health & Beauty Advantage Flyer
and use one $7/2 Schick Disposable Razors printable coupon (preclipped)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $3.97 (or $1.32 per item!)

BUY FOUR SCHICK XTREME3 DISPOSABLES 4 CT, regular price $8.99
BUY TWO EDGE SHAVE GEL, regular price $2.99
Use one $10/$20 Edge or Schick Hydro Shave Gel 7-8.4 oz, Schick Extreme3 Disposable Razor 4-pack, or Schick Hydro 3 or Hydro 5 1-8 ct, Publix Purple Health & Beauty Advantage Flyer
and use one $7/2 Schick Disposable Razors printable coupon (preclipped)
and use one $1/2 Edge Shave Gel coupon, 4/26 SS insert (exp 6/7)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $6.94 (or $1.16 per item!)

BUY ONE SCHICK HYDRO 5 RAZOR 2 CT, regular price $10.99
BUY ONE SCHICK HYDRO 3 REFILL 4 CT (look for bonus size), regular price $10.49
Use one $10/$20 Edge or Schick Hydro Shave Gel 7-8.4 oz, Schick Extreme3 Disposable Razor 4-pack, or Schick Hydro 3 or Hydro 5 1-8 ct, Publix Purple Health & Beauty Advantage Flyer
and use one $10/2 Schick Hydro Razor AND Hydro Refill manufacturer’s coupon, 4/26 SS insert (exp 6/7)
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $1.48 (or 74 cents per item!)

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If you find the incorrect $9.89 shelf tag like I did, do the transaction at the register and then go to Customer Service afterwards. Your transaction will look like this…
BUY ONE SCHICK HYDRO 5 RAZOR 2 CT, regular price $10.99 (but possibly with $9.89 shelf tag)
BUY ONE SCHICK HYDRO 3 REFILL 4 CT (look for bonus size), regular price $10.49
Use one $10/$20 Edge or Schick Hydro Shave Gel 7-8.4 oz, Schick Extreme3 Disposable Razor 4-pack, or Schick Hydro 3 or Hydro 5 1-8 ct, Publix Purple Health & Beauty Advantage Flyer
and use one $10/2 Schick Hydro Razor AND Hydro Refill manufacturer’s coupon, 4/26 SS insert (exp 6/7)
Price at Register: $1.48
Then go to Customer Service and they will refund the $10.99. When an item rings up incorrectly, the first one is free and the additional items (if you buy more) will be refunded the difference between the correct price and the wrong price.
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $9.51 MONEYMAKER!

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Comments

  1. Theresa says:

    was this coupon regional Steve ? I live in Fl but bought Dallas inserts & there not in them.

  2. I just had two other items ring wrong at Publix last week, they only gave me one free and said the other I had the pay the regular price, did not offer a discount between the two and then pointed out a large sign in the entrance that said only one item free and nothing about paying difference on others. Now I know for the future to ask for that. Thank you

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Hahaha. Next time you should return the second item then and buy another one. Are they going to knowingly charge you the wrong price? That would be odd.

  3. Doesn’t seem right that you KNOWINGLY buy the item just to get money back because of the Publix policy. Very dishonest in my opinion

    • Steve Pinski says:

      You’re entitled to your own opinion.

      • Steve Pinski says:

        FYI – The price is not advertised and Publix prices vary by region. In my specific case, I did not know it would ring up $10.99 until it did.

        However, the rules are the rules. We never suggest anyone breaks them, but if a store makes a claim we have no problem with making them enforce the ground rules they set.

  4. Giving couponers a bad name, that’s why when I give my coupons they always call a manager to make sure they’re all valid….

    • Steve Pinski says:

      They never call a manager on me. They know mine are all valid. Trust me, this couponer does not have a bad name at any store where he shops 🙂

  5. Yes but now you are promoting the deal and telling people that you can get money back by buying this item. Wether you knew or not, now people will try this deal, clear shelves, and knowingly get money back by taking advantage of the “rules”

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Well…first of all, you can’t clear shelves on this scenario. The store is instructed to move the incorrect tag the first time someone makes a claim. In my case, there were two incorrect tags and I fetched them both for Customer Service so they didn’t have to walk back there.

      Second…the rules are the rules. The reason the manager is called on you is not because I (or people like me) follow the rules to the letter, but rather because other people disregard them altogether.

      Seriously, check your self-righteous attitude, or at least direct it to the people who break the rules and encourage people to do so.

    • Hey John I agree with you. I understand Steve didn’t do any thing underhanded. But letting other know about the wind fall wasn’t right. Should have kept his happy dance to himself.

  6. Like you said, I can have my own opinion-who’s the self righteous one here? Good for you taking the labels back you’re so honest, now let’s tell everybody about it so they can steal from Publix. My coupons are always valid too, I just don’t take advantage of the rules and wording on the coupons like you do with your posts. Honest shoppers like you are the reason coupon values get lower and lower. Thanks and keep up the good work!

    • Steve Pinski says:

      So now you’re saying that people who follow the rules are “stealing?” LOL. Nice. You’re the one playing games with words here. And yes, you can have your opinion. And yes, I stand by that your opinion is self-righteous.

  7. Who’s playing with words? If you’re a customer, knowing that you’re going in to get an item that is marked wrong and then you buy the item so that you get money back is taking advantage of the rules! Any honest person would agree that is wrong and just because it’s a rule, does not make it right. If it happened by accident, not being promoted by a pompous website owner, then lucky you.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Hahaha now you’re being silly. The rules are the rules, period. However, since you have implied that I am dishonest and have attacked my character, I feel compelled to respond. However, I won’t imply anything. I’ll be explicit. You’re being an asshole.

      • Oh you will hate me. I got a $109.00 Rib Roast totally FREE for being marked wrong at Christmas. Ruses are Rules. Personally, I love the rules!

        • Steve Pinski says:

          Holy cow. I’m not mad at you. I’m jealous of you. Yes, the stores and manufacturer’s make all the rules. Those are the terms of being their guest. They have all the cards in their hands. The only thing I/we ask is that they honor what they say and we’ll do our best to follow their rules as written.

          • WOW! I’m jealous too, Steve! I bet that roast was extra good since it was free!

  8. Hi Steve! I dunno if publix is a participating retailer or not, but don’t forget the free movie ticket offer for buying select Schick items 🙂

  9. Wow, so mature. Can’t have an adult conversation without using curse words, just because I disagree with you. Grow up Steve.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      The word was accurate and you were besmirching my character…repeatedly. You’re lucky that’s all I said. The language is tame compared to what I think of the garbage you wrote.

  10. Haha wow, so this is how you react when somebody doesn’t agree with you and questions your actions. Hey I think a 5/1 coupon just came up on coupons.com, and it says “any” so why don’t you go buy the cheapest item they offer, like a .50 cent trial size, make 4.50 and promote it on your website because I’m sure that’s what the manufacturer wanted when he put the coupon out, so people like you would follow the rules and that way they will never put a coupon out like that again. Good job

    • Steve Pinski says:

      If a $5/1 coupon comes out and has no size restrictions I will absolutely advocate using it on a $0.50 item from that manufacturer if there is one to match. Thank you in advance for the “good job” comment.

      • Steve Pinski says:

        Also, thank you for making this our most viewed post of the day. It appears that Google and Facebook really appreciate posts with lots of comment activity 🙂

  11. Yes well any way you can make a quick buck by following the rules is ok in your book. It’s the manufacturer’s fault for not putting a restriction on the coupon! Cause, you know, that’s okay. And I’m the self righteous one even though you see nothing wrong with your “couponing”

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Hahaha now you’re getting it. Finally. Yes, the rules are the rules. It is a manufacturer’s “fault” if they intended to put a size restriction on a coupon but did not. None of us are mindreaders…or at least I’m not. That’s why we have rules called coupon policies and that’s why coupons have fine print. We suggest that people follow the rules as written. I’m so glad you finally understand.

  12. Hopefully people will see the bad side of couponing and how it can be detrimental to couponing as a whole.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I agree, however this is not it. Spend a little time on Instagram and look at the hauls of people that use coupons on the wrong products or find cashiers complicit at ignoring size restrictions on coupons.

      • Steve Pinski says:

        I’m going to have to end this discussion temporarily now. If you do decide to comment again, I’m not ignoring it but will have to approve it later. People are waiting for me to pull together the drugstore deals.

  13. With your big vocabulary I thought you would know what sarcasm is. My fault. Yes go cook up some good money making deals-sarcasm Steve.

  14. Melissa S. says:

    I just want to point out that it can’t be the couponer’s fault that the tag on the shelf is wrong, so how does that make Steve dishonest? Tsk tsk. It’s not the shoppers job to ensure the items on the shelves are priced right.

    If you don’t like what he has to post, maybe just don’t read it. No one’s twisting your arm to visit a website that shows you how to save…

  15. Opinions are like assholes John…& yours STINKS! Think you need a hobby!

  16. Well I scored an awesome deal at Target one time on trashbags. The 120 count box was put in the wrong place. I bought everyone except one of them except one so they could see it indeed was in the wrong place!! Let’s just say with a coupon and target coupon I scored big time!!
    An the manager had no problem with adjusting the price. He said it was their fault it was put in the wrong place!!
    A year later I still have some boxes!!! LOL

    • Ooops time has gotten away from me.. It’s been 2 years, and supplying for a rent house in California and our home in SW Louisiana… 😀

  17. Seriously John you need to take a seat as a matter of fact take a couple of them you have not right to talk that way about Steve he helps us save money and if you don’t like it then just stop following the site and move around with that s%!t. P.s I don’t even have a Publix store near me. 🙂

  18. Steve – thank you for this great deal. I was able to get 6 packs of disposable razor packs (took 2 stores). I printed (on a color laser) the Publix 10 off 20 store coupon from Publix website since my store is usually out of flyers or they have them in the vault in the office and you have to beg to get one. That was a mistake. Even the manager did not realize that you can now print the Publix coupons from their website. They were holding them up to the light like they were evaluating a $100 bill. I started laughing. They finally ran it through— same thing at both stores. So, I won’t do that again even though it is convenient to just print them from the website, or at least not until the help gets trained to accept them. Thanks also for the entertainment with your discussion with John. That was really funny.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Awesome! Glad you were able to track them down. My store had lots of disposables when I was there, but I am way too much of a razor snob to use a disposable. My stash of cartridges was running low, so I was really happy to score this deal today. Too bad I didn’t have more coupons.

  19. Hey Steve, Publix also has the $7/2 Schick digital coupon available..

  20. Thanks Steve! Got some! Awesome deal! This is why I follow your site!

  21. I’m new to the site. I’m glad a came a crossed it.