Publix Weekly Ad Information

Publix Ads Give New Meaning to Saving Money Easily

I think I know we all know how easy it is to open up Publix ads, assemble all the buy one get one free offers that we can actually use, apply coupons, and come away with tons of savings. I also think that by now, we are well aware of how expensive groceries have become. It’s not unusual for me to visit any grocery store on an emergency basis and to come away with $35 in groceries when all I needed were two items.

Assemble a Shopping List With Special Publix Deals

Luckily, however, as with many weekly ads from different stores, Publix allows us to easily assemble a great shopping list full of special deals where we can save quite a bit of money.

The truth is, all it takes is the willingness to start out with the Publix weekly ad and apply some of the information contained in this website to start seeing a dramatic increase in saving money while shopping for groceries.

Publix Prices Can Stand Out If You Want Them To

The prices at Publix are pretty much standard as far as grocery stores go; what makes them special and a standout is the fact that they offer all the special deals and discounts on a continual basis. For those of us who shop there, we’d be fools not to take advantage of the weekly circular that comes out every Thursday and apply them. It’s surprising to me how few families use weekly ads from grocery stores when they’re shopping for retail products as well as grocery items. By simply using weekly ads a family can easily save anywhere between $1000-$5000 a year. This is absolutely staggering! By using the Publix ads alone, I believe I can save anywhere between $1000 to 3 or $4000 a year and there’s no reason you can’t, too.

So, take advantage of what Publix has to offer; you would be surprised at how much money you can save throughout the year if you just put a little bit of effort into it.

Oh Where Oh Where Has My Publix Weekly Ad Gone?

What a terrible week I had after not being able to use my Publix weekly ad on Sunday while I shopped for groceries. It all started on Thursday night just after stuffing myself with turkey and all the fixings, and it ended on a sour note on Sunday night. I was in line at 1 AM on Friday at Walmart, hoping to get my hands on one of the $298 laptop specials from Hewlett-Packard.

This was the first time I went shopping on Black Friday. I normally hate long lines, I hate waiting, and I really can’t stand crowds. This is definitely not my cup of tea as I found it so ridiculous that I will never do this again. I should have known better; I should have trusted my instincts like I have done in the past when it comes to shopping the day after Thanksgiving. There really are some great deals on Black Friday but for me, it really is not worth the hassle. I think part of the attitude I have towards this is because I use Publix weekly ads and I always save anyway so I figure I’m well ahead of the game.

Anyhow, I decided to go shopping for groceries on Saturday night because we were good to have some friends come over for movie night. I figured I could grab the weekly while I was a Publix and make some sort of a list where I could save just as much or almost as much.

This ultimately spelled disaster for me; I was pressed for time, and by being in a hurry, I was not able to take advantage of all the specials that I would have liked to. I was smart to hurry because I just barely made it in time before our friends came over but I was completely negligent and not making a shopping list revolving around the Publix weekly ad like I normally do. By my calculations, I ended up spending $45-$55 more than I normally would have had I used the Publix weekly flyer. For me, that’s inexcusable, and I will vow to never let it happen again at whatever cost.