Walgreens: As low as $8.24 for Huggies Diapers BOXES after sale, printable coupon, points and Ibotta!

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huggies-boxed-diapersUPDATE: BOGO 50% OFF is not ringing up. This seems to be widespread.

WOW! We have a pretty hot deal on Huggies boxed diapers over at Walgreens this week. This deal uses our new high-value coupon I wrote about earlier today. Make sure you check your Ibotta offers before shopping. It appears this offer expires on 6/7, but that can vary by a day or two for different users.

At Walgreens through 6/7 (or whenever your Ibotta offer expires):
BUY TWO HUGGIES BOXED DIAPERS, on sale BOGO 50% OFF $23.99 ($35.98 for two with sale)
Get 10,000 Balance Rewards points (value $10-$12.50) for buying TWO Huggies Big Packs 50-100 ct
Get $3 cashback from Ibotta for buying Huggies Diapers through 6/7 (may vary by user)
Use one $4/2 Huggies Diapers printable manufacturer’s coupon (preclipped) or use two $2/1 coupons here or here
Price at Register: $31.98, but get 10,000 BR points (value up to $12.50) and $3 cashback from Ibotta
NET PRICE FOR ALL: AS LOW AS $16.48 (or $8.24 each!)

Thanks Wild for Wags.

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Comments

  1. Can you use 10,000 BR and still get 10,000 BR? I’m confused on the new policy with this

    • Steve Pinski says:

      I think so because this is a “BUY X number of items” instead of a “SPENT $X on select items” offer.

  2. These are not buy one get one 50% off at my stores in Kentucky. Myad did not indicate that they were nor were there any tags indicating so in the stores.

    • Steve Pinski says:

      Not every deal is advertised. Some points deals are unadvertised and sometimes they are monthly deals and the stores don’t put up all the tags. You should always have them scan your card and ring up the items if untagged at your store. Most of the time things are untagged because someone didn’t do their job.