Rite Aid this week: Six packages of Huggies Diapers for $2.49 each!

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Huggies are on sale this week at RiteAid for $8.99. Combine this sale with a variety of coupons and promotions and you’re looking at stocking up on cheap diapers this week!! Here’s how you can get 6 packages of Huggies diapers each for $3.74 or less!!

First of all, you’ll need to take about 15 minutes and put in a little time watching videos at RiteAid.com, so that you can get two valuable coupons- $1/1 any Huggies diapers, and the $5/$20 purchase at RiteAid. You’ll need to watch several videos to accumulate 20 points to be able to print the $5/$20 coupon, but trust me, it’s 15 minutes well spent! Make sure you watch the Huggies video so that you’ll have access to that coupon as well! You can print multiple copies of the coupons; for the transactions below, you’ll need 5 of the $1/1 Huggies coupon.
I scoured the internet to find coupons that would work for this sale and only found coupons for boxes of diapers. So- the scenarios below do require you to somehow have access to some Huggies diapers coupons! Hopefully you have some from the 11/15 SS insert, or from the Huggies mailers that come often.
This is also the last week of the Huggies FREE package promo! You’ll receive a voucher good for 1 free packages of Huggies diapers when you purchase 5 packages. I factored in this 6 package of diapers in the scenarios below. There are a myriad of ways to do these transactions! I’m going to show the two easiest scenarios. Feel free to adjust accordingly, based on what coupons you have, etc. Here’s how it all works out:
Huggies Pure & Natural Scenario:
  • Purchase 5 packages Huggies Pure & Natural diapers, $8.99 each
  • Subtotal: $44.95
  • Use the $5/$20 coupon
  • Use five $1/1 any Huggies diapers RiteAid coupons from the Video program
  • Use five $3/1 Pure & Natural coupons from 11/15 SS, from Huggies mailers or previously available printables
  • Total after coupons: $19.95 {$3.32 per package- factoring in the 6th package that’s free!}
  • Submit your receipt information for Single Check Rebates and you’ll receive a voucher by mail for a FREE packages of Huggies diapers!
  • After you submit your receipt info, you’ll automatically be enrolled in the Gift of Savings promo, which allows you to earn a $5 credit back at Rite Aid! Credit comes in the form of a voucher, use it like regular $$ at RiteAid.
  • Final cost: $2.49 each, for all six packages of diapers!
Huggies Snug & Dry Scenario:

Purchase 5 packages Huggies Snug & Dry diapers, $8.99 each

  • Subtotal: $44.95
  • Use the $5/$20 coupon
  • Use five $1/1 any Huggies diapers RiteAid coupons from the Video program
  • Use five $1.50/1 any Huggies diapers coupons from 11/15 SS, from Huggies mailers or previously available printables
  • Total after coupons: $27.45{$4.58 per package- factoring in the 6th package that’s free!}
  • Submit your receipt information for Single Check Rebates and you’ll receive a voucher by mail for a FREE packages of Huggies diapers!
  • After you submit your receipt info, you’ll automatically be enrolled in the Gift of Savings promo, which allows you to earn a $5 credit back at Rite Aid! Credit comes in the form of a voucher, use it like regular $$ at RiteAid.
  • Final cost: $3.74 each, for six packages of diapers!

The free Huggies promotion has been in effect since September, and I’ve bought 2 packages of Huggies at RiteAid since then, so I only bought 3 this morning. I used three of the $1/1 Huggies RiteAid coupons and they scanned with no problems! If you’ve entered all your receipts, you can check how many you’ve purchased here. If you haven’t bought any Huggies and want to purchase all 5 packages to qualify for the 6th package free, you can split your purchase into 2 transactions, use another $5/$20 and save even more! Just note that you will have to find a $2.02+ filler item so that your total for the transaction with just 2 packages of diapers will exceed $20. Let me know if you have any questions!

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20 thoughts on “Rite Aid this week: Six packages of Huggies Diapers for $2.49 each!

  1. Brian says:

    FYI, the $5 Huggies coupon is back on RecycleBank… I just snagged 2 of them. =)

    Also I'm working this deal a little differently. Video Values also has pull-ups coupons. I'm doing 3 transactions and they're based on the coupons I had in my stash. It'll be 2 diapers per transactions, plus fillers to I can use a $5/20 on each one. In total I'll be getting 6 packs of diapers, 4 tubs of Wet Ones and 1 tube of toothpaste for $22 plus tax. Plus I'll get back a voucher for a free pack of diapers, a $10 Gift of Savings Voucher and a $1.50 rebate.
    I've been waiting for a great price on diapers. =)

  2. Chelsea says:

    Man! I wish I would have waited to use my coupons! I'm going out of town for the holidays, but wanted to use my coupons before they expired at the end of the month and wasted them on full price diapers elsewhere! What a bust! Thanks for the scenario though!

  3. Rosie says:

    Dowdlefam… you only watch the video once, but when you print them you can print 5 copies… they don't print like "normal" coupons… it pops up your printer window that lets you specify how many copies of the document you're like to print. Choose to print 5 of them.

  4. Jenny says:

    I am also confused about how you got multiples to print since it says at the top of their adperk site where you print them that you can only print one coupon and then you will unable to print it again.

    It also does say right on the coupon "one per customer". Have some of you been able to both print and use more than one video coupon?

  5. Lisa says:

    I was wondering if this is a new free package of diaper voucher? I got one for purchasing 5 a coupoles months back. Can I get another one If I purchase 5 more? Thanks

  6. Jenny P says:

    My coupon that printed from the Rite ad page states that it is a manufacture coupon. Did I print the wrong one? I would not be able to use those with my ad coupons.

  7. Lynne says:

    The coupons that print from the RiteAid video site are manufacturer coupons, and should not be combined with other manufacturer coupons at the store. So, the deal as posted is not "legal". Please be very careful with this – when you post deals using methods that are not correct, you give all couponers a bad reputation, and you lead people to believe that it's okay to bypass the rules. And once someone points out to you that the deal you have listed is not correct, you should either a) correct it, or b) remove the post. You do great and I don't want your reputation to be tarnished by a misleading deal that could get people in trouble.

  8. Amber says:

    I have used multiple RA Huggies $1 coupons in one transaction – I just used 2 today and had no problems. My store is getting grumpy about RA coupons not scanning, so you may want to print your RA coupons in regular quality (not draft).

    Lisa – this is a different voucher period than before. If you log in to your SCR account, you can check the statues of your rebates – this one is #800. If you have nothing listed under your current rebates for #800 then you should be able to do it again. This is my second time earning this voucher.

  9. Your Blog Mall says:

    I went and bought two packages last night and used the coupons from the SS inserts WITH the printables from the video website. I bought 4 things total and used 6 coupons and there was no beeping, no questions and no problems.

  10. Utah Deal Diva says:

    Hopefully I can help answer some questions…

    First- the coupons that print from the RiteAid site ARE STORE COUPONS. Yes, they say manufacturer's coupon on the top, but I have verified with several managers and corporate that these are in fact STORE coupons that you can combine with other manufacturer's coupons. You can tell it's a store coupon 3 ways- first, the barcode begins with "RC," , second, it says "only valid at RiteAid", and third, there is no manufacturer reimbursement information.

    Second- I have verified with my store manager that we can print and use more than 1 store coupon in a single transaction. This process doesn't even have to be overridden, it's perfectly legal and allowed! I'm not sure if other stores will say differently, but tha'ts what i've verified with my store manager. From the other comments it seems other stores have this same polocy as well.

    Thanks for looking out for me Lynne- but I do try to cover my bases and not post anything fraudulent! I know that this transaction is perfectly legal!!

    Third- this Huggies voucher is a different promo that's run from September-December. If you did the previous deal and already got a voucher, you can do this again! I did the one before, already got my voucher and already used it. I entered my receipts and already qualified for my 2nd voucher, so I know it works.

    Lastly- I've had issues submitting to Caregivers Marketplace recently. So many Huggies packages don't qualify, I'm just not bothering with it for now. I know they are in the process of adding many new barcodes, so hopefully it will be easier to submit in the future.

  11. Amber says:

    Rite Aid's official coupon policy says that you can use 1 RA coupon (starts with RC) and one manufacturer coupon per item. When they came out with this policy a couple months ago, they had every store manager sign the policy indicating that they agree to follow the policy. Ever since then, I have never had a problem using a RA coupon and a Manufacturer coupon on a single item. I too have talked to my store manager, in Provo, and he verified this coupon policy. And he also verified that you can print and use multiple RA video values coupons in one transaction (ie 2 $1 Huggies RA coupons). My store manager rang me up today and I had no problem doing the scenarios that Jessica listed above.

  12. Lisa says:

    Thanks for all your help 🙂 I went and bought five packs of diapers and I will get a Free diaper voucher and I will also get a $10 gift card from Holiday gift of savings. Sweet deal! Thanks again

  13. Anonymous says:

    I missed the $5 extra voucher by the 24th… but went in today to use all my coupons. the cashier was nice and was trying to scan all my coupons. my manufacturer coupons were $2 off each, but had other m isc. coupons ready in case they didnt want those. either way she said she needed manager approval. she called manager and she was rude! she said I could not use all those coupons,only one or the other (either RA or Manu.). I told her their policy stated that 1 of each was allowed per item, she made a weird face and manually input my M coupons. I feel like speaking to a manager above her because she was super rude! but, I did manage to use $20 worth of coupons ($5 of $20, 5x1RA, 5x$2 manuf) and will submit to get my extra pack of diapers in the mail!

    monica
    monicasoto831@yahoo.com

  14. Lynne says:

    Thank you for the clarification on the coupons! [In the future, for deals like this, could you ad somewhere in the post just a little blurb stating that although the RiteAid coupon says "Manufacturer Coupon" on it that it is treated as a store coupon per store policy, just to avoid future confusion for new readers?] I checked with my store manager and he confirmed what you had been told, and I was able to get the deal as posted without any problems. Thank you again. Now I'll know about the coupon issue for future deals like this.

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