Publix: $0.06 Rachael Ray Nutrish Wet Dog Food Tubs with sale, coupons and cashback (reg. $1.79!)

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rachael-ray-nutrish-super-premium-wet-dog-food-tub-8ozWe have a great deal on tubs of Rachael Ray Nutrish Wet Dog Food over at Publix. The tubs are on sale BOGO this week, plus we have some coupons to sweeten up the deal. Here’s the scenario:

At Publix through 9/7 (when Checkout51 offer ends):
Get $1 cashback from Checkout51 for buying three Rachael Ray Nutrish Super Premium Wet Dog Food
Use one $4/6 Rachael Ray Nutrish Wet Dog Food coupon, 7/24 SS insert (regional; some got $3/6)
Price at Register: $1.37, but get $1 cashback from Checkout51
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $0.37 (6 cents each!)

If your area has TRUE BOGO stores and you didn’t get the $4/6 coupon in your newspapers, you can buy six and use two B2G1 Rachael Ray Nutrish Wet Dog Food printable coupons. Pay $1.79, but get $1 cashback from Checkout51. Net price for all is $0.79 (or 13 cents each!)

Also FYI – Supposedly the printable coupon is autodeducting $2.48. If that happens for you, you will have a moneymaker.

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  1. Hey Steve,
    Even if you have the $4/6 coupon, you are still better off using two of the B2G1 free coupons.
    The value on the coupons is an auto deduct of $2.48 (that is what is listed on the coupon when you view it to print).
    It brings the total down to only $.41 cents for 6, before the $1.00 submission to Checkout 51.

    It would then be a $.59 cent MM (if my math is correct)

    BTW – I think the first post might need a little clarification. Wouldn’t you only use “1” $4/6 coupon? (not two)

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Thanks for the tips. I updated the post. (And yeah…I did have the wrong number of coupons listed.)