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Huggies $2.54 a Pack at Rite Aid!


Huggies are on sale at Rite Aid for $8.99.  Here's what you do to get them for $2.54 a pack.  I'll be very detailed. :)  You need a Wellness card for this deal.  Get one online or at the store.

You need 3 $2.50/1 Pure & Natural Huggies Coupons
Huggies Printable
Huggies Printable
--you can print twice at both links by using the back button.

THEN go to Rite Aid Ad Perks and look for the following commercials:
Huggies $2/1 coupon
$5 off $25 Purchase
once you watch them you can print them by clicking on the Rewards Tab

THEN take all 5 coupons to the store

Your subtotal will be $26.97
Out of Pocket will be $13.63

Attached to your receipt will be (3) $2 off ANY Purchase coupons.  They can all be used in your next transaction.  (as long as it's over $6)

Total after Up Rewards is $7.63 or $2.54 a pack (incl. tax!)

To see what you can by with the $6, go to Savvy Sister Shop's list.  She has a moneymaker scenario!

To see a whole list of where to get diapers go to The Thrifty Couple.

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Comments

Hillary said…
Do you ever have problems with a coupon scanning that isn't the EXACT same as the item? For example, using a coupon for Huggies Little Snugglers on Little Movers? Or using the one for Huggies Jeans on regular huggies?? My store manager told me if it scans they will take it but it wouldn't work. (This would totally work at Smith's!)
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I haven't tried it. I stick with what the coupon says. Which is why my boy was sporting the jean huggies the past couple weeks...lol
Hillary said…
It's kind of pick and choose I guess because my coupon for Little Snugglers wouldn't work on Little Movers, but I got a coupon for Bic Fizzion pens to work on Bic regular pens.

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