Walgreens: Huggies Diapers for $4.99 a Pack

This week Walgreens as Huggies diapers on sale for $8.99.  Plus when you buy one, you get a $2 register rewards back.  There is a new Huggies diaper printable coupon available to help you get a pack for $4.99 with the following deal:

Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers, Pull-Ups or GoodNites $8.99, Earn a $2 RR when you buy one
Use $2/1 Huggies snug & dry diapers (manufacturer coupon on the Target website) or
Use $2/1 Huggies Diapers 2/27/2011 SS Insert (exp 3/26/2011) or
Use $2.50/1 Huggies Pure & Natural Diapers 2/27/2011 SS Insert (exp 3/26/2011) or
Use $2/1 Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers 2/27/2011 SS Insert (exp 3/19/2011) or
Use $2/1 Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants
Pay $4.99 for a pack of diapers after coupon and register rewards

Don’t forget that you need to print one pack of diaper at a time to get the $2 register reward for each pack.

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  • Is there a Walgreens card to use like the CVS card or does the register reward just print up for everyone?

    • casandra thompson

      no card needed, it just prints

  • Cauren

    There was also a $3.50/1 coupon in my 2/27 paper!

  • Melissa G.

    There is a $2 “Walgreens Infant” coupon book. Ask for it at your cosmetic counter. It has a $2 Walgreens Huggies coupon, making them $2.99 a pack with Register Rewards.

    • Melissa,
      I thought that coupon was only good on the box bog of diapers not the jumbo pack?


      • Melissa

        It is sorry! I realized that when I went to do the deal today. Thanks!

  • Anony

    According to the coupon decoder $3.50 is coded for any jumbo packs, and any wipes.

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  • Worker

    It should be noted that everyone is limited to (1) purchase per day per store. Everyone wants this deal but did you ever consider that the store only has a limited supply so take your one per day per store and don’t try to cheat the system because one day it could be you that comes to store with nothing on the shelf yelling at the workers and that is uncalled for. Don’t use your children to make purchases either as that hurts everyone because again one day you could be the one coming to the store wanting to buy one and finding out the shelf is empty and getting angry. Be nice to the cashiers as well because the manufacturers are coming down on them regarding the use of coupons. Ever think that the manufacturer not Walgreens provides the register reward and the manufacturer coupons so there are fewer register rewards offered now than before because they are being taken advantage of.