Rite Aid: Huggies Deal Begins 9/19

Next week is a good week to buy Huggies at Rite Aid. You do need to have a Rite Aid Wellness Card to participate. Let me try to break it down for you as simply as possible:

Huggies Jumbos will be on sale for $8.99 a pack
Three packs = $26.97

Use a $5.00 off of $25 Coupon (there is one available here by watching a short video on Rite’s Aid’s website). Be sure to give this to the cashier first!

Use the $1 off Huggies Coupon from Video Values here.

Use Three (3) of the $3.00 off Huggies Pure and Natural Diapers printable coupon. Your computer will probably only print 2, so you may need to get someone to print the 3rd for you.

** If your Rite Aid does not have the Pure and Natural in Jumbo size, ask if they will let you substitute for another type of Huggies. My diaper buying friends say they are very flexible. **

So you will pay $11.97 out of pocket for the 3 packs of Jumbo Huggies.

But check the bottom of your receipt, because $2 in Up+ Rewards printed! This is a little piece of paper that you can use as a Rite Aid gift certificate the next time you go to Rite Aid good for $2 off your purchase!

Then when you get home, go to Rite Aid’s website and either log in or register for their Single Check Rebate program. Enter 4 numbers off of your receipt and you will be eligible for Single Check Rebate #70. At the end of the rebate period, they will mail you a Rite Aid gift card for $10.00.

So, in conclusion, spend $11.97 and get $12.00 worth of Rite Aid credit back.

That is some kind of great deal on diapers!

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