Rite Aid: Huggies Diaper Deal 6/28-7/25

riteaid3It’s the start of a new month for Single Check rebate deals at RiteAid.  And the new month of July comes with a couple of great rebates on Huggies products.  This month you can get a coupon for a FREE pack of Huggies diapers when you buy five packs of Huggies diapers (SCR#800).  Actually, the purchase date for this offer is from 4/26-7/25, so if you have bought Huggies diapers within those dates your purchase qualifies for this SCR.  Then, there’s another offer: get $10 or $25 Rite Aid Gift Card when you spend $25 or $50 in Kimberly Clark Products.  This is SCR #61.

Here’s what you can do now to take advantage of this offer OR you can wait to see if the diapers go on sale before the end of the SCR period.

$57.45 when you buy five packs of Huggies diapers
-$7.50 when you use five $1.50/1 coupon from 6/21 SS insert
-$5 when you use $5/$25 Rite Aid purchase coupon
= $44.95 out of pocket

But you will get back $25 Rite Aid Gift Card, plus a free coupon for a sixth Pack of Huggies diapers (let’s assume a $11.49 value). Submit for Caregivers Market Place Rebate for additional $3.75 in savings. That would be like paying $2.70 for each pack of Huggies diapers. That’s a pretty awesome deal! Thanks to Julia from Frugal Find for this sweet little find!

IF shelling out $44.95 at once seems too much for you, you have all month long to add packs of Huggies diapers to your purchase as a filler and after five you should reach the required purchase amount.

Wishing I had a Rite Aid near by, Happy Savings to those of you who do!

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  • Tiffany

    Or split the transaction into two and use 2 5/25 coupons!

    • Hi Tiffany,

      Yes, that would be a better option as well. I just wanted to show a simplified scenario.

      Mercedes

  • I don’t think this will work. The rebate is for 33-60 ct which is a mega pack which is actually $19.99, The jumbos are priced at 11.49 which qualify for the buy 5 deal. The Little Swimmers are $9.99 and they qualify for the $25 rebate and the buy 5 deal. I broke it all down here 🙂

    http://myfrugaladventures.blogspot.com/2009/06/rite-aid-deals-june-28-july-4.html

    • Hi Charlene,

      I don’t see why it wouldn’t work. The offers I covered are for when you spend $50 in KC products and the diaper count packs also cover diaper counts for huggies jumbo packs AND megapacks. Now the $2 SCR that you have on your blog IS ONLY for megapacks. That’s why I didn’t include that in this scenario.

      Mercedes

  • Ok I am going crazy then. It looks to me like the rebate for $25/50 says Huggies Supreme or Snug and Dry 33-60 ct, Pull ups 33ct, Good nights 27ct- which are all Mega Packs at $19.99. I want to make sure I have the right info. So you think the Jumbos will still count?

  • if the jumbo pack you buy falls within the count rage specified in the rebate I don’t see how it could be denied.

    mercedes

  • I’m bummed, when I got to Riteaid, I realized that my dd wears a size 4 and the pack size is 31 ct in the snug and dry…so close yet so far away.

    on a side note, I found 16 oz Desitin diaper rash ointment on clearance at 75% off. It rang at $3.74 and I had a $1.00 coupon. that was a good find for me!

  • OK so I opened the cupboard to look at my Huggies- don’t know why that didn’t occur to me before! This will work on size 1 for sure, size 2 probably and maybe even size 3.

  • Question… are you able to piggyback the offers? The people at Rite Aid told me since I was using the 5 Huggies for the free 6th pack, I wouldn’t be able to use them toward the Kimberly-Clark promotion. Is this true?

  • I have the same question at Jennifer…I’ve never done SCRs at Rite Aid before, so not sure how it all works?

    • Hi Jessica and Jennifer,

      Yes, the single check rebates can be “stacked” since they are different offers and you are getting qualifying item for both.

      Mercedes

  • Kelly

    The $11.49 price will only meet the quantity requirements for size one and size two. I had to buy the $19.99 boxes to get the size three and five that I needed. Bought two boxes and two wipes refills and in the end will have paid $15 for all, which I think is pretty good. The Little Swimmers deal is better, but we just don’t need all that many swim diapers!

  • amy

    I am so frustrated..all the blogs are saying the jumbos will work but dang it, not the size 4 or 5’s. So I just spent 11.49 a pack on diapers and will not get the $25 gc. I should have just bought 2 of the $19.99 big boxes and a filler.

  • yea today i bought three size fours one 31 count, 2nd 30 count third 34 count, so should i go back and find two more that says 34. i did already logged in my reciets on rite aid .com to see if it worked but i guess i should go back buy two more of the right ones and then just add another receit. What do you think?

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