Publix's new coupon policy goes into effect today and stores have posted a list of competitors' coupons they will accept: Doris Italian Market, Target, Whole Foods Market and Winn-Dixie. The new policy is posted on Publix.com. We have a handy list of links below where you can get $5-off coupons and more to stack up the savings. (This week, I saved more than $102 on my grocery bill using coupons from the Sunday Sun Sentinel and prints from the Internet.)
In addition to the posted signs in stores, each Publix also will accept coupons from nearby competitors. Individual stores will decide what nearby competitor coupons also will be accepted, so be sure to stop at the service desk to ask what additional coupons will be accepted (and then share them with us in the comments!).
You can really stack up the savings by using up to two coupons now: A manufacturer coupon, a Publix coupon or a competitor coupon.
Here's are links to Publix and some accepted competitor coupons:
Doris Italian Market (Sign up and get a $5 off a $50 purchase coupon good for a month.)
Target.com (store coupons)
Whole Foods Market (store coupons)
Winn-Dixie (manufacturer coupons)
GFS.com Gordon Food Service Marketplace; register for coupons
Coupons.com (Internet coupons)
What competitor coupons is your store accepting? Please post in the comments section (along with the location) and I'll add links to the list.