I'm not hitting many big deals this week after the ridiculousness of last week's grocery shopping, but for those of you who have babies in diapers, there's a pretty good deal available this week on the Huggies Pure and Natural diapers at Rite Aid.
I like these disposable diapers because they work well and are organic cottony, not all plastic. The down side is that you get far fewer per package than the regular Huggies or store brand. So, if you prefer the regular Huggies, you can do the same deal with those. The coupons just aren't as good, so you pay a little more but get more diapers.
Here's the Deal:
Huggies Diapers on sale for $9.99
1) Buy 2 packages of them, plus some little thing to bump the total just over $20 (popcorn balls are 33 cents)
2) Use $4 off $20 purchase printable Rite-Aid coupon. USE FIRST or it won't work!
3) Use 2 $3 off printable Huggies Pure and Natural coupons (or $1.50 off regular Huggies)
4) Submit for $3 Huggies Rebate on one package from Rite Aid with your receipt
End up paying only ~$7.00 for 2 packs of quality diapers after the rebate.
You can find the printable coupons HERE. My zipcode (03431) gives you the $4/$20 coupons, which you can print TWICE per computer. If you use 90210 for the zip code you can also print some $3 off $15 purchase coupons. You have to click through a few pages of coupons to find them sometimes.
Both the $1.50 and $3 Huggies coupons are on the same site.
You can only do the rebate once per address, but if you do it online you can save a stamp.
There's also a $5/25 PDF coupon HERE in case you can't print the ones from the coupon site I linked.
Hope this is helpful.