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How To Become A Member of The Publix Grocery Store Baby Club: Free Baby and Toddler Coupons That Really Save You Money!

Updated on April 21, 2012

A month or so ago, my wife told me she signed up for the Publix Baby club. For those that don’t know Publix is a regional supermarket that is actually based in Lakeland Florida. They are primarily located within the southern states, but I hear they are quickly expanding. They are known for their friendly customer service, clean stores, and super awesome house brand products like special ice cream and other store brands. They also have a financial stake in the Crispers bands of restaurants located in Florida as well. I figured OK, nothing special, just another one of those grocery store clubs that give you a key tag to accumulate points that you will never use right? I was way off on this one!

The other day, I came home and there was a package on my doorstep. I’m no stranger to packages as I buy almost everything I possibly can on eBay or Amazon, but I hadn’t ordered anything recently. It was addressed to my wife so I figured she bought something for the baby. When she opened it up, there was hidden treasure in that there box! Not only was there a thick reference manual for raising kids, but there were a ton of actually useful coupons! I was caught a bit off guard, because I have seen this particular book in the book stores and had considered actually buying it. I’m happy I didn’t as this saved me about 15 bucks or so right off the bat! The coupons were printed on 8.5 x 11 paper, so I’m sure the coupons change all the time, but was pleased to find coupons for things we would actually be using. They included: Buy One Get One Free Jumbo Publix Brand Diapers, Baby Wipes, BOGO Huggies Diapers, BOGO Pampers, BOGO Maxi Pads (yes gentlemen, she will start to need these again after the baby is born!) and some actual free stuff too. Included were coupons for free hand sanitizer, cocoa butter, Isopropyl Alcohol and more! I thought this was pretty cool for just signing up with a program. One definite down side though is that the coupons actually expire before our new little bundle of joy is scheduled to arrive, but for the value of the coupons, it’s all stuff we will need anyway. We might as well stock up while we can! I’ll be interested to find out what else comes in the mail.

If you take a few moments to sign up below, who knows what else you’ll get in the mail!


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