Publix: $10 Off $50 Visa Gift Card With $50 Or More In Groceries

The Offer

Direct link to offer

  • Purchase a $50 Visa gift card and $50 or more in groceries from Publix and receive a $10 instant discount

visa gift card

The Fine Print

  • $4.95 purchase fee applies.

  • See gift card for terms and conditions as they apply to gift cards.

  • Original coupon and single transaction for at least $50 of groceries required excluding all alcohol, tobacco, lottery items, money services, postage stamps, gift cards, and prescriptions.

  • Limit one coupon per household per day.

  • Publix accepts only one minimum purchase coupon for every minimum grocery purchase, meaning minimum purchase coupons cannot be combined.

  • Customer is responsible for all applicable taxes.

  • Reproduction or transfer of this coupon is strictly prohibited. Coupon effective through April 15, 2017. LU #13154

Our Verdict

Shame the discount is only one per day and cannot be used on higher denomination gift cards, similar to the Kroger deal but bigger discount and requires the grocery store spend as well. Most people will be focusing on the Office Depot/Max deal this week anyway I’d guess. Make sure to use a card that earns at a high rate on grocery store purchases.

Hat tip to reader Max

14
Leave a Reply

avatar
 

  Subscribe  
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
P
P

Don’t forget the digital coupons! So many stores offer them now! And some, including Publix, will accept coupons on other stores house brands against their housebrand if it is very close to their offering. One manager told me he would price match a competitors house brand to publix house brand, but I haven’t tried that and that would be unique to a store that is probably across the street from a heavy competitor. The Publix stores that are close to a big grocery competitor have started printing what I call Extra Jackets to their ads which offer deals deals above the rest of the Publix stores at those six highly competition stores in the area. So those six Publix stores offer more deals than the other Publix stores and that is reflected in four extra pages or a jacket placed around the regular weekly advertisement / flyer. But I have also had a Publix store manager outside of those six stores say he would honor the extra jacket ads because honestly at his store it is across from a fierce competitor too, so I don’t know if the District Manager has the six stores correctly identified (It should include more like 8 stores nearby not just the 6. But they have their reasons and data.).

P
P

The rainchecks are awesome. So each store offers something the others do not. Publix honors a list of competitor coupons as well. I use Winn Dixie or Target coupons all the time including the $ off total $$ orders. The best thing with all these stores is to cherry pick. Get the deals for your family at which one or ones work for you. Heck, there is a safeway that takes amyone’s coupon / competitor coupon. So CVS had a 3.99 store Q off of toothpaste and CVS was closed so I just got my free toothpaste from SAFEWAY. Thank you for your site. I have posted valuable info here. You are welcome. You should thank posters instead of just correcting them. This is what happens with stores. When they are rude to their customers, the customers stray to the competitor. That is why I have no particular loyalty to any one store.

P
P

Keep in mind the 20 percent off comes off the top BEFORE coupons, so the deal is even better. Also keep in mind if you use an advantage flyer coupon in the green or purple ads, the bogo doesn’t come off until the end so you get the 20% off the cost of the free item, then also get it free, so that is a bonus. Also, publix isn’t picky at least the four hundred times I have been because I buy sundry items under the gas card deal or visa / mc deal or $ of $$ coupon total order deals, so it doesn’t cover just groceries. I covers everything except liquor and service type purchases, but I buy laundry detergent, makeup etc. all the time and get 20% off the top in addition to stack qs and all the rebates. Plus the food items are considered to apply before coupons for your net total, the taxes on the other taxable items are reduced or wiped out. For instance, you buy A Face Scrub at 7.99, You buy two Salads at 4.99, and two TUMS at 1.99 (of course all of these have both store and mfg coupons). After coupons say your total is 6.49, but there is no tax because the cost of the salads are applied first and they were originally more than 6.49. So the face scrub and tums don’t show as taxed.

P
P

Your “VERDICT” is off too. The coupon deal lasts Thursday through Sunday every time it comes out which is frequently. It does not last just one day. You should correct your post. Thank you.

Chuck

Verdict says it’s “one per day”, not one day sale.

P
P

RIght. But I have used six in one day because Publix is not a loyalty tracked program. They can’t enforce it unless you go through the line six times in a row and pester them. They love the business especially if they are across from a competitor.

Chuck

Interesting

P
P

Here is an example. Cascandian Farms Cereal or Granola Bars, Buy One Get One Free (the bogos are offered every week, at least 30 or more different bogo products, usually more like 50 bogos with unadvertised sales and the green and purple flyers that each have 50 and 30 coupons in them). The Cascandian Farms Cereal has both a store coupon for a dollar off and a manufacturing coupon for one dollar off, so each box has a $2 cost reduction, but one is already free. So you wind up paying pennies for boxes of cereal. But wait, that is not all. Factor in the 20% off of using a dollar off total order coupon or gas deal ($10 off $50 is 20%), then many times a bogo is a money maker if you stack Qs. I have walked out of Publix with a full shopping cart for zero or a few dollars. If you buy bogo beers, of course those $5.00 six packs will add to your total. 😉

P
P

James above doesn’t know what he is talking about. The coupon provides a 20% off your groceries plus publix allows coupons on each item of a bogo and they always have rebates going on for companies like Unilever, P and G, ConAgra. The stacking of both store coupons, manufacturing coupons, dollar off total order coupons, rebates from manufacturers and savings apps like Ibotta make this an inexpensive store to shop.

Jason
Jason

I got a coupon in the mail for $10 off a $50 grocery purchase and was able to combine it with this offer yesterday.

Also, Publix regular prices are a little more expensive than other grocery stores (wal-mart,kroger), but they have great BOGO deals that I use to stock up.

Ryan
Ryan

Smiths has a similar promo, only MC is included also.

James
James

Publix is easily the most expensive grocery store I’ve been to, zero chance I’ll ever shop $50 of groceries there. Other grocery stores like Kroger / Stop n Shop / Aldi’s etc all have either better prices, better promos or better reward programs like fuel points. This promo is pretty garbage.

Elias
Elias

They have every month also buy $50 in groceries get a $50 gas card for $40. So it gives you a 20% discount PLUS 5x or 6% on supermarkets with the right card. I usually buy some of my groceries there anyways.