This week’s Publix circular is every college kids dream come true

Time is of the essence… meaning this weeks Publix deals will NOT be around forever.

With midterms in our midst, people always forget to fuel their bodies, mostly because they feel as though they don’t have the money or the time to get the foods they want.

It’s as though Publix KNEW college kids were going to need the foods we crave in order to get through one of the toughest weeks of the semester. The sales and BOGO’s this week are on POINT!

Here’s the online circular, just incase you missed the paper on sunday 🙂  

Beer and Wine:

(For those budget babes who are OF AGE!)

  • 12 pack of Yuengling (12 .oz can or bottle) – $10.39
  • 12 pack of Blue Moon Ale or Angry Orchard Hard Cider (12 .oz can or bottle) – $13.99
  • Bolla Pinot Grigio Wine or selected varieties (1.5 L bottle) – $12.99
  • Ruffino Chianti Wine (750-mL) – $7.69


Stay hydrated while you’re studying with these great deals!

  • 12 pack of assorted Pepsi Products (12 .oz cans) – three for $12.00
  • Gatorade Thirst Quencher (32 .oz bottles) – $0.88
  • 24 pack of Publix Spring Water (16.9 .oz bottles) – Buy 2 get 1 free

Buy One Get One Free:

If you don’t like a good BOGO… then I’m not sure if your human… or a college student for that matter.

  • Assorted Bakery Coffee Cake – Save up to $4.99
  • Ben & Jerry’s – Save up to $4.89
  • Betty Crocker Brownie Mix – Save up to $2.95
  • General Mills Cheerios Cereal – Save up to $4.09
  • Skittles or Starburst bags – Save up to $3.29


The easiest lunch/dinner ideas for budgeters and college kids is the weekly deals Publix offers from the deli

  • Prepackaged Publix Turkey Breast Sub – $4.99
  • Publix Deli Family Combo Meal (One rotisserie or 8 piece mixed fried chicken; choice of two 16 .oz sides: beans, coleslaw, potato or macaroni salad; and one pack of 4 rolls) – $10.99
  • Publix Deli Chicken Tender Whole Sub – $6.99
  • Stacey’s Pita Chips – 3 for $7.00


The bakery… everyone college girls worse nightmare and best friend, is always there… no matter what.

  • Assorted Jumbo Cupcakes – 2 for $6.00

Trader Joe’s spreads the discounts down south!

Hi everyone!

I really hope some of these posts are helping some of you out! It would really mean a lot to me if you could give me some feed back!!!

So back to today’s post.

Ever heard of Trader Joe’s?! No?! Well let me inform you on what you’ve been missing!

Here’s some background, just incase you haven’t heard about it:

  • The first store opened in Pasadena, California in 1967.
  • Started out as a chain of convenience stores
  • Changed names from Pronto Markets to Trader Joe’s that same year
  • In 1988, they added a location in Northern California.
  • In the 90’s they spread to Arizona, Oregon, Washington State, Nevada and even Massachusetts.
  • Illinois, New York, North Carolina, and Georgia were next in the 2000’s
  • As of 2013, Trader Joe’s opened 400 stores across the country, and that number has grown since then.

Trader Joe’s pride’s itself on having the best value of food and prices that you won’t get anywhere else. One of the awesome things that Trader Joe’s practices is they actually buy all of their product directly from the supplier so customers can get the best price for what they are buying. Every product sold in the store is non-GMO (meaning they don’t have genetically modified organisms in them), ultimately making it safer for you to consume.

As of now, there are four locations in South Florida, including the brand new location in Boca Raton on Federal Highway, which if you didn’t know, is conveniently located a few miles from FAU’s Boca campus 🙂

Got a sweet tooth? One of Trader Joe’s most well known items is called ‘Cookie Butter’.

(Here’s a picture if you’re not yet on the band wagon)

Basically, the people who created Speculoos cookies decided to make it more fun to eat cookies by creating this spreadable version. Three different varieties are offered; Original and Crunchy – which costs $3.69 a jar and Cookie and Cocoa Swirl, which is $3.99 a jar.