I got paid over $6 to buy four packs of Huggies diapers at Rite Aid!!!
Yes, you read that correctly! They paid me to buy four packs of diapers that normally cost about $11.99 each pack in this area! I try to always pay less than $5 a pack, and have paid much, much less. I think this is the first time I’ve been paid just to buy diapers, though!
This sale at Rite Aid runs from 1/10 to 1/17. You have to be a member of their Plenti program, which you can join at the Plenti site here. I’m new to the program myself, so you can learn more about it there. I just want to share this great deal!
Here’s how I got free Huggies diapers using coupons!
I used 4 of the $2.00 off Huggies coupons I printed off at Swagbucks. Join via http://www.swagbucks.com/refer/KeishaChelle and we both get 300 points when you make it to 300. You get 40 points just for redeeming these four coupons!! Just go to Discover and then Printable Coupons once you join to get started printing. Easiest way to find these are to click the baby & toddlers category in coupons.
Get 4 Huggies packs of whatever kind matches your coupons.
I got a $4 off of $20 coupon in the store the other day. Without this coupon, you’ll still come out more than $2 ahead, so don’t frown if you don’t have it! It’s still the most amazing deal ever!
You’ll get a $10 coupon immediately after purchase, and can use it then or later. I chose to use mine right then on clearance stuff that was marked 75% off, so that $10 got me over $40 worth of items and I paid just over a dollar in overage. My kids are thrilled, as you can tell from my oh-so-professional shot of what they got below. LOL
You will also get 1600 in Plenti points, which can be used at any of the places mentioned on the Plenti rewards site. I’m planning to use mine for $16.oo worth of gas, since that’s a necessity and one of the awesome options available for redeeming the points!
I’m just learning about this program, but I think I love it!! I’m not getting anything out of sharing this deal, other than the joy of helping other parents save money! Hurry before they run out of diapers! Seriously!