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Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Saving on Huggies Diapers
Buying diapers was one of the scariest things for me as a new mom. There are so many kinds out there and you're just not sure what is going to work for your baby. Fast forward a few months, and for me, it's all about the best deal! I am fortunate to have a baby who is not too particular about the brand of diaper that covers his bottom. That being said, I seem to gravitate towards Huggies. I seem to find the best deals on them.
We used to buy the diapers at Costco. Big Warehouse Store = Best Price, right? Nope. I've found MUCH better deals by matching coupons and store sales. My personal best was 3 packages of Huggies for $7 at Walgreens. A great Register Rewards Deal matched with some wonderful printed coupons, and viola! Cheap diapers!
Since that does not happen every day, I am always on the lookout for other ways to save. I just got an e-mail from Huggies telling me that they are changing the name and packaging for their diapers. They've also added some improvements too! What does this mean to me? I am going to be scouring the clearance racks at my favorite stores so that when they clear out the old packaging, I'm there, coupon in hand, to save money!
Another way that we save with Huggies is by submitting receipts for Caregivers Marketplace. You get $0.75 cash back for each package of diapers purchased. Other products from adult diapers to pain relievers to itch relief cream are also eligible. See website for details!