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Publix: Sominex HUGE Moneymaker ($5.81 OVERAGE)

Posted on: 10/24/2010

Have any of you added some of the Sominex to your deals, yet?

I was rather surprised when I reviewed my receipt to find that instead of ringing up at $3.19ea., they came out at 2/$3.19.

The original potential overage posted of $2.62 has increased to a whooping $5.81 for each two!

(2) Sominex, 2/$3.19
-use (1) $5/2 Os-Cal, Citrucel, Ecotrin, Feosol, Geritol, Tagamet, Debrox, Vivarin, Gaviscon, Phazyme, Sominex, Gly-Oxide or Contac, Publix Green Advantage Q
-use (2) $2/1 Sominex (PRINT) or 10/10 RP
makes them FREE plus $5.81 overage, if allowed

Let me know if you find the same deal at your store…that’s already enough, along with the Rite-Aid coupon, or any other $X/$XX coupon to reap some nice deals, i.e., tissue, paper towel, sugar, milk, meats, product, diapers!

…in the end, whether you have only the Publix coupon, or only the MFQs, either or, they are still moneymakers!


6 Responses to "Publix: Sominex HUGE Moneymaker ($5.81 OVERAGE)"

WOW! That is awesome. I need to make a trip to Publix tomorrow for a few things. I will look forward to doing this as well.

I was just wondering, is it the Sominex that is where the trial medicines are?

whoops! Nevermind 🙂 I just looked at the Publix ad! Duh!

whoooohooo! wish we had a publix here 😦 $5 is a nice lil MM!!!!!!

Michelle @ Military Wives Saving

Hi, I was wondering when this sale ends, because I just got back from publix and they were all sold out of sominex..


Unfortunately I have no idea as to when the sale ends or ended on this item as I wasn’t even aware that they were on sale until I reviewed my receipt.

The thing is, after I posted this and went back to the store the following day the shelves were wiped cleaned! I actually thought that I was looking in the wrong section as when I left the store the day before they has A LOT (2 deep x 2 high) of the Sominex, as well as the Vivarin on the shelves…Phazyme was also available, but not as much.

I’m not sure if the store removed them, or a few people came in and simply purchased them all up, either way, that was extremely fast as these items have been in stock the entire time, with hardly any dent in the stock until now.

Another store in our area, per another reader, had only two of the Sominex left in stock and they rung up regular price of $3.19ea., as opposed to 2/$3.19. There wasn’t a sale sign posted so, again, not sure why the price difference.

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Hello and welcome! I am a military spouse & mom of four boys and two girls, ages 1 to 10, oldest diagnosed with autism. We're located in the Charleston, SC area. My family and my faith are very important to me. Since I've started using coupons I have been able to save more money and become a better steward of my household. I hope to seed into the general public, and our military families, how to spend less and get more.

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