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Matchups

Weekly Sale & Matchups; Valid 10/23-10/29 (or 10/24-10/30 for some)

HOTTEST DEALS
BOGOS
BABY & TODDLER
HEALTH & BEAUTY
HOUSEHOLD
GROCERY
PET
FROZEN
DAIRY
BAKERY
DELI
MEAT
PRODUCE
SEAFOOD

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6 Comments

  • JUDY FOLLIN

    why is Florida the only state that requires to buy 2 when items on B1G1 – I have a tendency to think seniors are being taken advantage of by not selling one a half price keeping in mind a lot of seniors live in smaller dwellings and just don’t have extra storage. Has to be an reason Publix only does this in Fla.

    • thisfamilysaves

      Hi Judy! That’s a really good question to ask to Publix. I don’t know why they do that either. It confuses a lot of couponers.

    • Carol

      I am 72 and love BOGO’s. There are not only my grandkids who I help out with some of my things, but I contribute to an organization called FELT, Feeding empty little tummies. It is a program for homeless children, living in a car or on the streets. In Manatee County we have 800 plus children. When they leave school, often they do not eat until the next day. This organization sends them home with food to eat, and especially for the weekends. There are also food pantries that need food. I always keep one extra of anything in my pantry. That was the way I was brought up. I love the BOGO’s. Thank you to Publix.

  • Lynne Pavelchak

    I live in senior housing and agree it is an inconvenience both financially and space wise to have to buy two items to get the BOGO. But we work around it by working with a friend in our building and each paying half.