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My Rite Aid Trip: Cheap Diapers!


So I had to get 3 different sizes of diapers but it worked!  :)  Hopefully your store will have a better selection.

Huggies $7.99 at Rite Aid
Buy 3 packs

Winder Whole Milk $2.99 or buy something to bring your subtotal to $25.
See a full Rite Aid List here

Subtotal $26.97
use $2.50/1 Huggies - print twice
use $2/1 SS 9/26 Little Snugglers
use $2/1 Huggies Video Values
use $5/$25 Video Values

Total = $12.96!  That's $3.24 per item!!

-Video Values: just watch the commercial then go to the Rewards Tab and print.  You can use one Rite Aid Coupon and one manufacture coupon per item.

Go here to see the deals on diapers this week at different stores.
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