I went to Publix tonight as well because I have a TON of coupons that I will be using which will produce a TON of overage. I started thinking and called Tutti (who confirmed my feelings) and decided that I would break up my transactions into two or three different ones. Why, you ask? I found out that Publix will only accept $50 worth of coupons before a manager must intercede. I was doing everything honestly, but didn't want the hassle. I was glad that I decided to go with this plan.
10- Goodlife Recipe Cat food- $2.25 each - (10) $3.00 MQ **Overage/FREE**
1- Huggies Wipes- $5.99 - $5.00 MQ
1- Perdue Nuggets- $2.20 - $1.00 MQ
2- Arm and Hammer Detergent- $3.99 each - (2) $1.00 MQ
2- Gallon Milk- $2.79 each
1- Canteloupe- 97 cents
Used $5/$25 competitor coupon
I still have 12 more cat food coupons and I have some amazing Q's from BJ's to use. One includes producing a $6 overage and another one includes an $8 overage! We have been members of BJ's for about 9 years and the yearly cost is around $30. If I were to add up how much their coupons have saved me, I would have paid for my membership twice! The great thing is that many of their coupons are manufacturer coupons, which can be used anywhere! Because of this membership, I have gotten FREE wipes, baby shampoo, listerine, Splenda, pasta sauce, ice cream, vegetables, etc... Due to the overage of these coupons, I have gotten many other things FREE! Thank you BJ's!! So, if you combine the two coupons with the $5/$25 Q, we are talking LOTS of FREE groceries!!!