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Pampers $4.49 a pack!


Rite Aid has a great deal on Pampers this week.

Buy 3 packs $26.97
Use $1.50/1 PG 2/7
Use Rite Aid $5 off $25 purchase
You could also go to Rite Aid Ad Perks and watch some commercials to earn a $5 off $20 purchase.  Takes about 15 minutes but well worth it.

Also use any other Pampers coupons you have.


= OOP  (out of pocket) $20.47 (if you just have $6.50 in coupons)

Then submit for:
$2 Single Check Rebate, and
$5 Visa Check card (if you haven't already done it.)

After you make your purchase you go here to sign up and submit for your rebates.  It's really easy, you just enter some numbers from your receipt and they do the rest.

Total: $13.47 which is $4.49 a pack.


Go here for a complete Rite Aid list.

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