Once you have a digital coupons account on the Publix site, you can save ecoupons to your account. To redeem your coupons, you will have to enter your registered phone number at checkout or by telling the cashier your registered phone number. Coupons will be deducted at checkout.
Important notes for the Publix Digital Coupons:
- They are manufacturer coupons.
- They do not double regardless of value.
- They are limit one per account.
So let’s expand on those notes a bit.
They are manufacturer coupons so if there is a $.50 off Pillsbury biscuts Publix digital coupons and a $.50 off Pillsbury biscuits coupon you clipped out of the Sunday paper – they are the SAME coupon and CANNOT be used on the same item. If you give the paper coupon to the cashier and he scans it, then you put in your phone number for the digital coupons, the digital coupon will NOT deduct. And the reverse is true. If you put your phone number in first for digital coupons and then hand over the paper coupon, the register will reject the paper coupon.
Side note: I never have much luck in purchasing TWO of the same item and using a digital coupon and a paper coupon. I haven’t tried it in a while but it never did work for me so I usually just plan around this snag by not trying to do both even with two of the same item in my transaction.
They do not double so if there is a digital coupon for $.50 off something and I have the same thing in a paper coupon – I’m going to use the paper coupon because it will double to $1 off at checkout (at stores that do double coupons)
Side note: If I have a coupon for $.75 or $1 off an item in paper form and it’s also on the Publix digital coupon page, I’m going to clip the digital coupon and use it and save the paper coupon for another sale at another store.
Limit one per account. So if you clip a Publix digital coupon for $1 off Tide and you purchase 2 Tide – the $1 will only come off for ONE.
There are new coupons to clip every week! Look out in your inbox for an email from Publix when there are new ones!