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I have recently discovered the wonderful world of couponing and saving money. I am saving so much money and having fun doing it too. I wanted to share this with all of you since we are in such tough economic times right now. I hope that you will enjoy this blog and will find enjoyment in saving money and giving to others like I have. If you are interested, please become a follower and leave comments.

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Saturday, June 04, 2011

Publix's new coupon policy

I am very disappointed in the new coupon policy that Publix has put out. The few extreme couponers who abused their leniency have ruined it for the rest of us couponers. My Publix now only takes coupons from: Food Lion, Save-A-Lot, Target, The Fresh Market, Whole Foods Market, and Winn-Dixie. This means I can no longer use those awesome $5/$25 or $3/$15 coupons that CVS or Family Dollar sends out. I will really miss those. They always helped pay for those things such as produce and milk that hardly ever have coupons.

The following is Publix's coupon Policy:
Publix accepts manufacturers’ coupons (limit one per item), Publix coupons (originals only—no copies), valid Internet coupons, and coupons from nearby competitors identified by each Publix store. (Competitor names are posted at each Publix store.) We will accept coupons from competing pharmacies for prescriptions only. We will not accept percent-off-items or percent-off-total-order coupons. We will only accept coupons for identical merchandise we sell. Acceptance is subject to any restrictions on the coupon, and we reserve the right to limit quantities. Manager approval is needed for individual coupons above $5.00. For a buy-one-get-one free (BOGO) offer, each item is considered a separate sale. We will accept a manufacturer’s coupon and either a Publix or a competitor coupon on the same item. Dollars-off-total-order coupons will be limited to one Publix and one competitor coupon per order. The order total must be equal to or greater than the total purchase requirements indicated on the coupon(s) presented.

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