Free and Cheap
Janine is a 20-year veteran journalist who puts her sleuthing skills to use unearthing deals and discounts for families in the Tampa Bay area. Raising her own two daughters has taught her that some of the best things in life are “free” but not necessarily “cheap.”
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Sweet deal on oatmeal at Publix this weekend
Posted Apr 25, 2013 by Janine Dorsey
Updated Apr 30, 2013 at 09:58 AM
Anyone who has ever thought that you can’t find coupons for anything other than ‘junk food’ should check out the deal being offered at Publix supermarkets this weekend.
On Saturday and Sunday only, all Quaker breakfast products are being offered at 50 percent off. This includes cold cereals, oatmeal, softbaked bars and granola bars.
Increase the savings by pairing up the sale with manufacturer coupons on many of the Quaker products that can be found in the Red Plum coupon insert from the Sunday, April 14 edition of The Tampa Tribune. The coupons include 75 cents off Oatmeal Squares cereal, 75 cents off several types of bars and 55 cents off two types of instant oatmeal.
Sweeten the deal even more by clipping the $3 off fresh fruit coupon available on the back of the Publix sale ad when you purchase two instant oatmeals.
Publix allows “stacking” of manufacturer coupons on top of store coupons.