I was mentioning to her that really good diaper deals are fairly rare and that we are due for a good one right now. Well, sure enough, the very next day brought a few worth mentioning. I posted them in the store deal posts, but I thought I would draw attention to them in a separate post. This one’s for you, Laura!
The listed price per diaper is based on a size 3. I compare price per diaper to the Costco Huggies box, size 3, which is 17.8 cents per diaper.
Rite Aid Diapers (Jumbo Pack) on sale $7.50
Use (2) $1/1 Rite Aid coupons
Submit for $3 Single Check Rebate #11 ($3 when you buy 2)
$5 each after coupons & rebate when you buy 2
Walgreens Diapers (Jumbo Pack) on sale $5.99 after weekly ad $3/1 coupon (p. 5)
Buy 2 and you may receive an additional $2 off the second pack. Here’s how it will ring up if the $2 discount works:
1st pack — $8.99
2nd pack — $6.99
Use $3/1 Walgreens coupon (p. 5) — Register will deduct $6
Total = $9.98 for 2 packs
12.4 cents/diaper if the $2 discount works, 14.9 cents/diaper if it doesn’t
KMart: Dawn Rae is reporting the following deal:
Buy 2 Huggies Mega Packs ($14.99 each) & a small filler item (you need your total to be above $30)
Use (2) $1.50/1 coupons from 2/8 SS insert
Use $5/$30 KMart coupon available in the store (read the fine print to make sure you’re buying the right stuff)
Receive $3 instant savings for buying 2 Huggies mega diapers
$18.98 + filler item after coupons & instant savings
I highly recommend using store brand diapers during the day and use the name brand (Huggies or Pampers) at night if your baby is a heavy nighttime pee-er. Doing this will save you significant amounts of money and save the premium diapers for what they are really good at–holding large amounts of liquid.
My boys use Walgreens at night and have no problems with leaking.
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