Rite Aid Diaper Deal Update


It seems there’s some confusion regarding the pack sizes included in this Huggies Diaper deal at Rite Aid.  If we go by the diaper counts only some of the Jumbo pack products are included, more specifically Sizes 1 and 2 ONLY.  But all mega pack sizes are included.

This is my advice to you:

Unless you are in desperate need of diapers, hold off on buying them until they go on sale.  There is really no need to “max out” on this deal at this moment. If you do need diapers, buy what you need to get you to July 12th.  As you can see in this preview from the sales ad for the week of July 12th, the megapacks will be on sale for $14.99.  So, the deal will be better on that week and you should be able to get more diapers for your money. If you already bought diapers at Rite Aid this week, hold on to your receipts and even consider returning them if you don’t need them and want to wait for the better deal.

For now get ready for this deal by printing out this coupon for $3 off Huggies Pull Ups IE Link or FF Link

I apologize for the inconvenience and if you are patient with me I will bring to you a clean and clear diaper deal on Huggies on the week of July 12th.

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  • I wonder if this has to do with the recent diaper count changes. I know the new packs have less diapers than the older ones…I submitted my rebate today so I will find out soon enough I suppose. I am holding on to my receipt for sure!

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  • Tracey

    I found size 4 jumbo packs at my Rite Aid last night with 34 diapers in each–I am assuming these are old packs, because there was also one size 4 jumbo pack with only 30 or 31 diapers in it. I didn’t have my coupons ready, but am debating about getting these and arguing with customer service if I have to to get it to qualify for the buy 5, get one rebate.

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  • Cassandra

    My friend found Jumbo size packs of Snug & Fit with 35 & 40 count. So they are out there!

  • Cassandra

    I meant to specify that they were size 3!

  • Kelly

    I also found Huggies Snug & Fit Size 3 with a 40 count and size 4 with a 34 count. I bought both and submitted my receipt. When I checked today it qualifies for both the $25 gift card and the free pack of diapers.

  • Jessie

    Was hoping you can maybe help me figure this out. So I did the Huggies deal at Rite Aid in 2 seperate transactions.

    1st Trans:
    1 pack of Newborn Gentle Care- 40 count (Jumbo)
    2 packs of Size 1 Supreme Little Snugglers- 40 count (Jumbo)

    2nd Trans:
    1 pack of Size 2 Gentle Care- 40 count (Jumbo)
    1 pack of Size 3 Snug & Dry- 36 count (Jumbo)

    Overall, I purchased 5 packs of diapers. So I submitted my receipts online. I DID qualify for the $25 gift card. But I did NOT qualify for rebate #800. For some reason, it is only saying I have purchased 3 packs of diapers. They are not counting the 2 packs of size 1 diapers I purchased in the 1st transaction. Does this make sense to anyone? Did I purchase the wrong thing? According to the rebate, they are supremes and fall within the count of diapers. So what did I do wrong?!? Please help!!

    Thanks…and is there someone at Rite Aid I can contact to help with this?

  • Delores

    Well, I bought a pack of 3’s, 3 packs of 4’s, and a pack of 5’s. I just got both rebates. I am not sure what all the confusion is about — I guess I never pay attention to the number of diapers in the packs. And since I only go by a Rite Aid once in a while, I had to snag the deal while I could.

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