(EXPIRED) Publix: Spend $50+ On Groceries & Save $10 On $50 Mastercard Gift Card And/Or $50 Gas Gift Card

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Publix has a couple of coupons at the moment that can offer you some decent savings on a Mastercard gift card and gas gift card when spending $50 or more on groceries. Even better, you can stack the two promotions within the same grocery shopping trip.

Publix MGC 10.04.19

The Deals & Key Terms

  • Buy $50+ of groceries at Publix and get $10 off a $50 Mastercard gift card.
    • Direct link to coupon.
    • Expires October 4, 2019.
    • $4.95 purchase charge applies.
    • Original coupon and single transaction for at least $50 of groceries required, excluding alcohol, tobacco, lottery items, money services, postage stamps, fuel cards, phone and gift cards, and prescriptions.
    • Limit one (1) coupon per household per day.
    • Publix accepts only one minimum purchase coupon for every minimum grocery purchase, meaning minimum purchase coupons cannot be combined.
  • Buy $50+ of groceries at Publix and get $10 off a $50 gas gift card.
    • Direct link to coupon.
    • Expires October 1, 2019.
    • Original coupon and single transaction for at least $50 in groceries, excluding phone and gift cards, alcohol, tobacco, lottery items, money services, postage stamps and prescriptions required for each deal.
    • Original coupon and gas card must be presented when purchasing $50 of groceries.
    • Publix accepts only one minimum purchase coupon for every minimum grocery purchase, meaning minimum purchase coupons cannot be combined.

Publix Gas 10.01.19

Quick Thoughts

As the terms for both of the deals state, you need to buy the gift cards at the same time as spending $50 or more on groceries, along with providing copies of the coupons. You don’t have to buy both types of gift cards though – you can buy one or the other if you prefer.

You’ll save 20% on the gas gift card and make a $5.05 profit on the Mastercard gift card once you take into account its $4.95 activation fee. This is therefore a great deal if you have a Publix store near you and their grocery prices aren’t significantly higher than other grocery stores in your area.

As always, be sure to pay with a credit card that earns more at grocery stores, such as the Amex Gold card that earns 4x Membership Rewards on up to $25,000 of grocery store spend each year.

Last updated on October 4th, 2019

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Does anybody have any experience trying to buy a $200 mastercard gift card with this? the language makes it sound like its only for the $50 denomination.

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The terms seem to pretty clearly state that these can’t be stacked, so you can’t get two $50 gift cards with one $50 grocery purchase. I don’t know if the registers will prevent this – does anyone have any experience?

Also, handling multiple purchases seems to vary from store to store and even cashier to cashier. Sometimes it’s possible to buy $100 in groceries and get two cards, sometimes one must make two separate $50 transactions, sometimes they strictly enforce the “one minimum purchase coupon per day” rule, regardless of how much you’re spending on groceries.

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These used to be a pretty regular promotion before going quiet earlier in the year- yes, it’s the $50 denominations only. Stackable depends on the whim of the cashier and CS desk. Also, the CS desk in at least my store will let you buy a discounted gas card if you present them with a receipt for the $50 in purchases earlier that day and say ‘hey, I forgot to buy a gas card earlier; can I still get one?’ (I live in a town where credit card skimming at gas pumps is way too common so go prepaid gas card whenever feasible anyways)

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Would buying a $40 frying pan plus $10 in groceries qualify for the gift card discount?