Walgreens UPDATE: $3 Huggies Snug & Dry Diaper Jumbo Packs starting 1/1 (new Ibotta offer!)

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Our upcoming Walgreens Huggies deal just got even better. There’s a new Walgreens exclusive Ibotta cashback offer for Huggies Diapers that we can use with the sale and Register Rewards deal. I’ve updated your scenario below and our new final price is $3 per jumbo pack.

At Walgreens starting 1/1/17:
BUY FOUR Huggies Snug & Dry Jumbo Pack Diapers, sale price 2/$18 or $36 total (Starting 1/1)
Receive $10 Register Rewards for spending $30 on select items
Get $2 cashback from Ibotta for buying Huggies Diapers (Walgreens exclusive)
Use four $3/1 Huggies Snug & Dry Jumbo Pack Diapers printable coupons (preclipped)
Price at Register: $24 but get $10 Register Rewards and $2 cashback from Ibotta
NET PRICE FOR ALL: $12 (or $3 each!)

 


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Comments

  1. Thanks for posting about the Ibotta for the Huggies! I did have issues with the $3 Huggies cpn. The first one scanned no problem, but then the other 3 wouldn’t scan. The manager had to manually enter them.