I’m Looking for Diaper Deals!

Anybody aware of some really good diaper deals?   I thought I would ask just in case someone might know of something.  My stockpile is starting to go down fast and its time to restock.  I was wondering if CVS, Rite Aid or others might have some good deals coming up in the next week or two.

Some of my favorite sites for checking on diaper deals:

Babycheapskate

TheThriftymama.com

IheartRiteAid

IheartCVS

Hotcouponworld – diapers search

Leave me a comment of any deals you found!  I think I might be buying some diapers at Aldi or Walmart this coming week.

Thanks to Laura from FrugalFriendsBlog she learned this deal:

I noticed a post on Southern Savers in which Jenny listed that CVS will have Huggies Jumbo packs on sale for $8.97 from 9/6-9/12. No ECB’s available, but if you received a recent CVS email of $4/$20 coupon (good thru 9/7) you could do the following deal: 2 Huggies Jumbo packs @ $8.97 = $17.94 and then buy a filler item $2.06 or over (like the Lifelock DVD for $2.99, that has an ECB of $2.99), then use your $4/$20 coupon and 2 Huggies coupons ($2), that brings your total down to $12.93. Subtract the $2.99 ECB you get back, the total is more like $9.94, or about $5 per Jumbo pack. Not the best price ever, but it is about 50% off the sale price.

5 thoughts on “I’m Looking for Diaper Deals!

  • […] Earlier I mentioned I was looking for diapers deals and then last week I discovered that I got the Rite Aid coupon from the July rebates!  FREE diaper coupon up to $11.49 value.  I was super excited and thought of a good deal at Rite Aid last week, however, after a little bit more reading I discovered, thanks to HotCouponWorld.com, the fact that the diapers will be on sale and a rebate will occur when buying 3 packages it was worth to wait! Use the Rite coupons $5/$20 or $5/$25 and you will make this deal a MONEYMAKER!  Yes, a profit! […]

  • That’s great! Perfect timing on the free jumbo pack coupon and Rite Aid gift card.
    I love RiteAid’s single check rebate program and have been doing that for a few years now. I’m newer to CVS-ing, but love that you can roll ECB’s and spend less money out-of-pocket as compared to Rite Aid.
    Oh, by the way, the Huggies $2 and $1.50 coupons were from the SmartSource 8/16/09 and the printables should be available on coupons.com (around page 9).
    .-= Laura´s last blog ..Big Train Sale and Thomas the Tank Engine Play Date at Toys R Us on Sept. 12, 2009 =-.

  • One of my other frugally-minded friends was saying recently that she also is running low on diapers since there haven’t been any great deals lately (my little guy is pretty much potty-trained, so I’m not buying many anymore).
    My friend was going to ask another friend who has a Costco membership if they could split a huge pack of diapers for their kids.
    I noticed a post on Southern Savers in which Jenny listed that CVS will have Huggies Jumbo packs on sale for $8.97 from 9/6-9/12. No ECB’s available, but if you received a recent CVS email of $4/$20 coupon (good thru 9/7) you could do the following deal: 2 Huggies Jumbo packs @ $8.97 = $17.94 and then buy a filler item $2.06 or over (like the Lifelock DVD for $2.99, that has an ECB of $2.99), then use your $4/$20 coupon and 2 Huggies coupons ($2), that brings your total down to $12.93. Subtract the $2.99 ECB you get back, the total is more like $9.94, or about $5 per Jumbo pack. Not the best price ever, but it is about 50% off the sale price.
    .-= Laura´s last blog ..Big Train Sale and Thomas the Tank Engine Play Date at Toys R Us on Sept. 12, 2009 =-.

    • Thank you so much! I will update my post now. I will have to do that. I did get the $4/$20 coupon. I love CVS. I did check at Aldi for diapers and unfortunately my daughter is a little bit big and now in the size 6 and they don’t carry that. A size 5 pack is $5.99 for their jumbo pack. Still the above deal is better.

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