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Thanks to KCL Rosie for leaving this comment:

are you planning to put up a diaper scenario to go with the $8.99 diaper price and the SCR #800 (buy 5 get a 6th one free)? I’m buying 2 packs at a time and adding fillers to get to $20 (lots of wet ones, and things that I have free coupons for), then I’m using $5/$20 coupon, $1 Huggies or $1 Pull-ups VV coupons (or both when I bout one PU and one diaper), plus manufacturer ($2 printables and $3 mailer coupons) and I’ll be getting 6 packs of diapers and all my fillers (plus the voucher for a free pack) for about $22 plus tax. Pretty sweet deal on diapers. =)

Huggies Rite Aid

Here is the information on the Huggies Rebate # 800

Purchase Five (5) Packages:
• Huggies Pure & Natural Diapers, 20-33 ct.
• Pull-Ups Training Pants, 19-33 ct.
• GoodNites Underwear, 12-27 ct.
• Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, 23-96 ct.
• Huggies Supreme Diapers, 20-76 ct.
• Huggies Overnites Diapers, 23-27 ct.
and receive back by mail a FREE Voucher for Huggies, Pull-Ups or GoodNites

Here is what your scenarios will look like:

Transaction 1

[Buy 2] Jumbo Pack Huggies Diapers, GoodNites or Overnites,  $8.99
$1.50/1 – Huggies Diapers – (target.com)
Use the $1.50/1 Huggies from SS 11/15

$1.50/1 – Goodnites Sleep Pants – (smartsource.com)
$3.00/2 – Goodnites Sleep Pants – (smartsource.com)

Use the $2.00/1 Goodnites from SS 11/15
Stack with 2 $1.00/1 Huggies Coupons from Rite Aid’s Ad Perk Program

[Buy 1] Wet Ones $1.99
$1.50/1 – Wet Ones, Any (wetones.com, take pledge)
Use the $1/2 from SS 10/11

[Buy 1] Small filler to get you to $20 ($0.03 or more)

Final Price Before Coupons: $20.00 with filler item
Use the $5/$20 Coupon from the Rite Aid Ad Perks Videos
Use All manufacturer coupons
Final Price OOP: $8.50

Transaction 2

[Buy 2] Jumbo Pack Huggies Diapers, GoodNites or Overnites,  $8.99
$1.50/1 – Huggies Diapers – (target.com)
Use the $1.50/1 Huggies from SS 11/15

$1.50/1 – Goodnites Sleep Pants – (smartsource.com)
$3.00/2 – Goodnites Sleep Pants – (smartsource.com)

Use the $2.00/1 Goodnites from SS 11/15
Stack with 2 $1.00/1 Huggies Coupons from Rite Aid’s Ad Perk Program

[Buy 1] Wet Ones $1.99
$1.50/1 – Wet Ones, Any (wetones.com, take pledge)
Use the $1/2 from SS 10/11

[Buy 1] Small filler to get you to $20 ($0.03 or more)

Final Price Before Coupons: $20.00 with filler item
Use the $5/$20 Coupon from the Rite Aid Ad Perks Videos
Use All manufacturer coupons
Final Price OOP: $8.50

Transaction 3

[ Buy 1] Jumbo Pack Huggies Diapers, GoodNites or Overnites,  $8.99
$1.50/1 – Huggies Diapers – (target.com)
Use the $1.50/1 Huggies from SS 11/15

$1.50/1 – Goodnites Sleep Pants – (smartsource.com)
$3.00/2 – Goodnites Sleep Pants – (smartsource.com)

Use the $2.00/1 Goodnites from SS 11/15
Stack with 1 $1.00/1 Huggies Coupons from Rite Aid’s Ad Perk Program

[Buy 1 of each (2 total)] Olay Body Wash and Lotion $4.99
Use the B1G1 FREE coupon from PG 11/29

[Buy 1] Wet Ones $1.99
$1.50/1 – Wet Ones, Any (wetones.com, take pledge)
Use the $1/2 from SS 10/11

Final Price Before Coupons: $20.96
Use the $5/$20 Coupon from the Rite Aid Ad Perks Videos
Use all manufacturer coupons
Final Price OOP: $6.97

Then Submit for Rebate # 800 for a FREE pack of Huggies Diapers
Also Submit for Olay Rebate for the  Lotion
Final Price OOP: $23.97 for $68.00 worth of merchandise, PLUS the Olay Rebate!

Now, lets get REALLY KRAZY!

Rite Aid Holiday
Right now at Rite Aid, you can earn up to $20 back in a Rite Aid Gift Certificate on almost everything you buy.
  • Spend $25-50, get $5 back
  • Spend $51-100, get $10 back
  • Spend over $100, get $20 back

Earning your gift certificate is as easy as 1-2-3.
  1. Save all your Rite Aid receipts dated November 22 through December 24.
  2. Enter all of your information and the codes from your receipts here.
  3. Get your gift certificate mailed right to your home

Go HERE for all the details!

A few things to Note: **You will need to print 3 of the $5/$20 Ad Perks coupon.  When you have watched enough videos to print the coupon, select to print 3.  You also may need to visit Rite Aid 3 different times.  Some people have reported that you can only use 1 coupon per visit.  This is a YMMV situation. ** You only have until 12/24 to submit for the Gift of Savings Rebate.

Go HERE to view all of the Rite Aid Matchups if you want to customize your scenarios

If you go try this, come back and leave a comment to let us know how it went.  Thanks to Rosie for the heads up on this deal!

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22 thoughts on “Krazy Deal on Huggies at Rite Aid: 6 Packs for $21”

  1. Alisa says:

    I wish I could get a rain-check for the rebates where I live!

  2. Robyn says:

    I agree with Jenny (and Dawn). We can’t take advantage of the offers or we won’t have any offers available to us. It is great to save money, but printing multiple coupons when it is clearly intended to only be printed once is only going to ruin it for all of us in the end. Also, it is frustrating to go in on the first day of the sale only to be told that someone came in and bought an entire cart full of whatever is on sale. Jenny is right, Target changed their rules because people took advantage of the coupons–I don’t want to see other stores do the same.

  3. Venna says:

    You can find $2/1 Huggies coupons here:http://stashbox.org/655642/huggies-diapers.png

  4. Carol says:

    I agree that it is over-the-top to print multiple ad perks coupons and do so many transactions with them. I love Rite Aid, I save a ton of money there. I usually go in once or twice a week with a stack of coupons, and I have never had them refuse a coupon. The managers are so nice and willing to sub items if they are out of stock. I always leave feeling happy, unlike Walgreens or Walmart! If I were to start bringing in multiple $5 off Ad Perks coupons and asking them to do several transactions, I don’t know how nice they would continue to act towards me. And I would feel slightly ashamed of myself!

  5. Amanda says:

    So disappointed… was all ready with my stacked coupons on huggies and they wouldn’t let me use the two coupons for anything!!! My Rite Aid is totally stingy and annoyed when I come in with my coupons and usually I can talk them into it, but today the manager stepped in and said no. I very politely explained the Rite Aid policy and he was very firm. Will be sure to take the policy (with pictures) with me next time!! So didn’t get nearly as good a deal as I would have liked! Totally bummed! Is there someone I can call about my store?

    thanks!
    Amanda

  6. Nisha says:

    I was really beginning to enjoy this website…until I saw the post about the Huggies diapers at Rite Aid. Using THREE $5/$20 coupons in fraudulent and wrong, not to mention incredibly greedy. Greedy couponers are going to cause Rite Aid to stop the Ad Perks program, and may even cause them to limit internet coupons.

  7. Dawn says:

    Thanks, Jenny! I totally agree!

  8. Jenny says:

    If Rite Aid doesn’t care why does it say clearly on the adperks site, as well as the coupons “one per customer” for both the $5 off $20 and the $1/huggies video coupons? I realize the computer WILL let you print more if you do it the first time you print, but you will notice that if you go back into your adperks account later it won’t let you print more; to me that clearly seems to say they don’t intend for you to print it more than once.

    I just think all couponers need to be a bit more considerate of other couponers, since if people are using multiple coupons like this that means those of us who come with our one coupon per the policy we may not even get that since the shelves are cleared. Remember what happened recently with Target? people were taking advantage of printing WAY too many. For me, it just doesn’t sit right with being as honest as you can be, even if it Rite Aid doesn’t “care”.

    Sorry, a little venting, but I am fairly new to couponing and struggling with how far people seem to stretch things to get a good deal…I realize it’s great to save money and get good deals but opening multiple accounts, etc. is further than I am willing to go.

    • Sara says:

      I’m not really sure what I feel about printing more than one coupon from the adperks video rewards…but I do know that if they wanted to put a stop to people printing a coupon more than one time, they could easily adjust the software so that the coupon would go directly to the printer instead of bringing up the printer dialogue window with the option to print more.

      • Becky says:

        I agree Sara.

        • Rosie T says:

          While those coupons do say “one per customer” technically you are a new customer every time you visit the store. On my 3 transactions I went 2 days… one day I did one transaction and my husband did a 2nd, and then another day I did my 3rd one. Their coupon policy also directly states that customers can do multiple transactions in a row using one money off coupon in each transaction (within reason and according to the manager’s discretion)

  9. Kelly says:

    How are you using so many of the $5/20 coupons? I thought you could only print one of those per address?

    • Becky says:

      Kelly, when you print those out, your print dialog box will come up. Just select how many copies of it you want to print. Also, if you have multiple email addresses, you can sign up with a new account with a new address; watch the videos again; and qualify for a new set of coupons. Personally I don’t think Rite Aid cares, since they get money upfront from the manufacturer to sponsor these products.

  10. Anna says:

    How about this one:

    1 – Huggies P&N 8.99
    2 – Airwick Freshmatics 6.49 (50%) off
    = 21.97

    - $5/$20 VV RA
    - $3 Huggies P&N
    - $1 Huggies VV RA
    - (2) $5 Airwick Freshmatic
    = 2.97 oop
    :)

  11. Rosie T says:

    oh… one of my favorite parts… the Rite Aid I shopped had OLD packaging and OLD diaper counts… So I was getting 31 count size 4 overnights, 29 count 2T-3T pull-ups and 35 count size 3 Huggies Natural Fit. Awesome. Don’t forget to submit for the Caregivers Marketplace rebates too! =)

  12. sara c says:

    wish i had a rite aid here with two kids in diaper awesome deal

  13. Rosie T says:

    Mary… the Wet Ones printable from signing the pledge is $1.50 off one.

    Here’s how I ended up:

    Transaction 1)
    1 Huggies Natural Fit $8.99
    1 Huggies Pull-Ups $8.99
    2 Wet Ones Wipes $3.98

    Used:
    $5/$20 coupon
    $1 Huggies VV coupon
    $1 Pull-Ups VV coupon
    $3 Huggies (from mailer)
    $2 Pull-ups (from mailer)
    2 $1.50 Wet Ones

    Total OOP: $7.96 plus tax

    Transaction 2:
    1 Huggies Overnights $8.99
    1 Huggies Natural Fit $8.99
    1 Crest Pro Health $3.99

    Used
    $5/$20 Coupon
    $1 Huggies VV coupon
    $2 Huggies Printable
    $3 Huggies (from mailer)
    $1 Crest RA in-ad coupon
    $2.99 – Free Crest Pro Health coupon

    Total OOP: $5.98 plus tax

    Transaction 3:

    1 Huggies Overnights $8.99
    1 Huggies Pull-ups $8.99
    3 Mentos Gum $2.97

    Used
    $5/$20 Coupon
    $1 Huggies VV coupon
    $1 Pull-ups VV coupon
    $2 Pull-ups (mailer)
    $2 Huggies printable
    3 $0.55 Mentos gum coupons

    Total OOP: $8.30 plus tax

    So, all together I paid $25.67 (including tax) 6 packs of diapers, 2 Wet Ones canisters and 3 Mentos gums. Plus I’ll get back a free Huggies voucher, a $1.50 SCR on the toothpaste and I qualify for a $10 gift of savings.

    Can you tell I’ve been waiting WEEKS for Rite Aid to put Huggies on sale to go with rebate #800?

    • Rosie T says:

      by the way… I did my 3 transactions on 2 seperate days, and my husband did one of them for me.

  14. Mary says:

    You say to buy 1 wet ones! but the coupon clearly says $1.50 off of 2. Isn’t that cheating the coupon? Please help me understand how that is ok to do?

  15. Becky says:

    Can I just say, this is why I absolutely LOVE Rite Aid. I don’t even bother shopping at Walgreens anymore, Rite Aid is a much better deal if you strategize correctly. Sure, Rite Aid may not have a great stock of SCR items, but at least you can get a rain check for them and still get the rebate.

    • Sara says:

      You can get a rain check and still get the rebate?!? I had no clue! How does that work if the date on the receipt might not be within the rebate period depending on when the item gets restocked?

      • Becky says:

        Sara, you have to make sure the receipt says “rain check” on it for the item. Then you have to mail a copy of the receipt to a specific address that handles rain check single check rebates. Take a little bit extra work, but for some bigger ticket items, its worth it! The address to send it to is:

        Rite Aid SCR RAINCHECK
        PO Box 970
        Exton, PA 19341