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$1 off New Buddig Fix Quix Coupon (TX, AZ, & St. Louis)

by Tara Kuczykowski on October 14, 2009 · 12 comments

Fix Quix Coupons
This sounds like a great new product for busy moms!

Fix Quix are refrigerated containers of pre-cooked cubed chicken, turkey, or smoked ham, and Buddig calls them a "great way to add healthy protein to salads, omelets, casseroles, pasta or any other favorite dish."

I can see myself eating these as a quick snack throughout the day as well.

Features moms will love:

  • No Trans Fat
  • No MSG
  • No Artificial Colors
  • Gluten Free

Use this $1 off Buddig Fix Quix printable to save on your first purchase, and I'm told that each package has an an additional coupon that you can use on future purchases.

Unfortunately, Fix Quix are only available in Texas, Arizona, and the St. Louis area currently, so I haven't had the chance to try the product personally. I'd love to hear your opinion if you've tried them!

If you live in TX, AZ, or St. Louis, have you found these for a good price in your grocery store?

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1 Deborah October 15, 2009 at 1:14 am

I was on a business trip to AZ on October 4th and I bought my Sunday paper there so I wouldn't miss my coupon inserts. There was a coupon for this product and it looked great and I was excited about trying it, but couldn't find it when I got back to CA--now I know why! I hope they get great distribution soon.

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2 Shelby October 15, 2009 at 9:09 am

I live in St. Louis and there was a coupon a few weeks ago for $2.00 off 1 in the Sunday Paper. I clipped it but have yet to try it. I wanted to see what it costs first but I keep forgetting!

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3 Amy October 15, 2009 at 11:36 am

I've tried the turkey and ham varieties. My son loves Lunchables and I've found that I can save by buying a bulk bar of cheese and these and they're just as yummy! I've also put them on salads (as a chef salad). I've seen a price range of $2.99 at HEB to $4.99 at Kroger. I haven't found them at Wal Mart, but I haven't looked too hard.

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4 Michelle October 15, 2009 at 11:49 am

I am also in St Louis. I have a $2 coupon but have only found it at 1 store and it was almost $5. Though, I haven't really checked at a couple of other stores but need to before my coupon expires.

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5 Jennifer October 15, 2009 at 12:13 pm

Yea I found them on sale at Kroger for 4.88...I didn't get them...I also had a few $2 coupons!

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6 Lea Ann October 15, 2009 at 5:37 pm

I found them at my Kroger in Dallas for $3.49 on sale. I used the $2 coupon. My idea for using them is as a part of my toddler's packed lunch for mother's day out. It's a little tub of cubed meat. Perfect & easy to assemble Toddler Lunch: Fruit cup, Meat cup, Yogurt cup, Juice Box, Cheese Stick, Peanut Butter Cracker pack, and a Clif Kids Fruit Twist.

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7 Heather October 15, 2009 at 6:56 pm

I have the coupon from my Sunday paper for $2.00 off one..i live in North Texas and havn't been able to find them yet! I am always on the go and I think these would be perfect on a salad for lunch!

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8 Jan October 15, 2009 at 7:20 pm

I found them at Shop N Save stores in St. Louis and they were 2/$6 so I used my $2/1 coupon and that made them $1.00 per package. I used them for my daily lunches paired with some crackers and a piece of fruit. I tried all 3 varieties and enjoyed them all but without the $2.00 coupon I am not sure I will buy them on a regular basis.

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9 Laura October 16, 2009 at 9:59 am

Brookshires (in Rockwall, TX) had them on sale a few weeks ago 2/$4. I tried the chicken and the ham. I chopped them up and used the chicken in a quesadilla and the ham in an omelet. Delicious and fast! If you chop them up, a little seems to go a long way. I put 2 of the ham cups in my freezer to use for quick meals. I like the taste and convenience, but not sure I will purchase again without a great coupon.

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10 Lisa October 16, 2009 at 11:21 am

What great information - this seems great! I live in AZ and will definitely will be taking advantage of this! Thanks again for the info!

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11 Robyn October 16, 2009 at 1:56 pm

I'm in North Texas as well and haven't found them at any Krogers near me, I should try Brookshires though!

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12 Jennifer October 21, 2009 at 11:05 am

I found these on managers special today because of the date about to go bad for 1.98 a pack...I used 2 $2 off and got them free. I'm going to get me a $1 side salad and put the chicken on it for lunch.

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