Wow! Here is a great deal on Pampers diapers next week at Rite Aid! Pampers Jumbo Pack Diapers will be on sale for $9.99, and when you spend $30, you will receive a $10 +Up Reward. Not bad! BUT there is also a month-long promotion going where, when you spend $25, you’ll receive a $5 +Up Reward. Add a coupon and we have ourself diapers for as low as $0.08 each!

Buy 3 Pampers Jumbo Pack Diapers $9.99, On Sale thru 3/10
Spend $30.00, Receive $10.00 +Up Reward , thru 3/10
Spend $25.00, Receive $5.00 +Up Reward, thru 3/6
Use 3 $1.50/1 – Pampers Cruisers or Baby Dry Diapers, excluding trial/travel sizes – (
Or 3 $1.50/1 – Pampers Swaddlers or Swaddlers Sensitive Diapers, excluding trial/travel sizes – ( 
Pay $ 25.47, Receive $10.00 +Up Reward and $5.00 +Up Reward
Final Price: $3.49 each when you buy 3 

Note: You’ll have to do this deal early in the week to get the above price. The monthly promotion expires on Wednesday, 3/6.

Thanks, KCL Reader Barstow Mom

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122 thoughts on “Pampers Jumbo Pack Diapers Only $3.49 at Rite Aid, Starting 3/4!”

  1. I did it on Monday and it worked! I also had 3/$2 Q from the last box of diapers that I opened so I spent $25. and got $15 back. I went today for the Playtex cups and used my $15.00 for that and formula. SUCH a great deal.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget today’s the last day to take advantage of the $5.00 up reward monthly deal for the Pampers. Tomorrow (March 7) the new March monthly up reward deals start.

  3. Sorry I am confused.  It says “The monthly promotion expires on Wednesday, 3/6″ So does it expire on 3/6 Tuesday or on Wednesday 3/7? TIA!

    • Anonymous says:

      looks like a typo above on the dates. The deal runs through March 6 so on Wednesday March 7 the monthly deal will be over.

  4. Bea Em says:

    This sounds like a great deal, but I have a question. And I don’t think I saw it asked. I’m also planning on doing the buy $20 of Dr. Scholl’s get $10 +up. If I do the Dr. Scholls transaction first, can I turn around and use the  $10 +up to pay for the Pampers deal, and then still have the +up printed with that offer?

  5. Judy Thao says:

    i atemtpted to do this at my local rite aid in fresno. however the would not accept my printed coupon. they have a printed policy stating that there will be these coupons for trial however it also states that the pampers coupons are only for pampers. i got very confused because my coupon looks different from the one that they are rejecting. however they are both 1.50 off. so i did not continue with my purchase because you only get the rewards once and id rather have it be as cheap as possible the first time around.. 

  6. Shara Busser says:

    Buying 3 packs for 29.97 doesn’t get me over the $30 requirement, will I still get the $10 UP Reward or do I need to buy another PG product?

  7. I just went to my local Rite Aid in NJ and got 9 packs of diapers and 1 pack of wipes and spent $42 (using 2 wellness cards and $35 in UP rewards)

  8. K S says:

    I am new to couponing :O). I went to Rite Aid today and did this deal and got my $15 +Up Rewards. Now, can I turn around and do the deal again with the Pampers $9.99 each + 3 x $1.50 coupons =  $25.47 – my $15 +Up Rewards = $10 out of pocket and $10 +Up Rewards back for a total of FREE? Or is the $10 +Up Rewards when you buy $30 worth of Pampers only allowed once a month? Thanks for the help! :O)

  9. Are Up rewards the same as walgreen’s register rewards?  Mine say $10 p&g baby product and the $5 says something about that too.  How are they reimbursed when i use them on my next purchase?

  10. Just did this at my local Rite Aid in Ohio and they rounded up the $.03, got my $5 +Up and my $10 +Up! :)

  11. Anonymous says:

    Does anyone know what else is include in the spend $25 get $5 up baby? My RA did not even know about but I did get it. Just wanted to see if I could come up with any other deals to get an other $5 up.

  12. Anonymous says:

    I just did this deal exactly as suggested above and I got both the $5.00 and $10.00 UPs..there was a lady in the parking lot when i arrived at my rite aid and i looked at her cart saw she had the papmers too and asked her if it worked..she smiled and said yup just got both my rewards..:)

  13. Stephanie Barker says:

    Can you also use this purchase toward the P&G rebate?  On the rebate, it doesn’t state Pampers but it is a P&G item.

  14. Marie Caplan says:

    How can i get around the print limit =[,printed 2 of the pampers coupons and it said it was reached.

  15. Anonymous says:

    Perfect timing Sarah! Makes for an even better deal!

  16. So I’m definitely new at this stuff, when you get register rewards from Walgreens can you use it towards your purchase right then or is it for another time. Oh and do you have to sign up for it or is it automatic for anyone? Also for Rite Aid when you get +Up rewards can you use them on your purchase right then or another time? Please help, sorry I’m coupon dumb!

    • Anonymous says:

      Samantha, at both Walgreens and Rite Aid you have to wait to use your rewards until your NEXT purchase. So, if you buy something that gives a reward, you may use it on your next transaction which can be right after the first transaction. Hope that helps. We also have a few videos on the main site that help show you how to shop Rite Aid and Walgreens =)

      • Thank You I’ll definitely check them out…! Oh ya do you have to sign up at Walgreens? I know Rite Aid you do.

        • Anonymous says:

          You don’t have to sign up at Walgreens, but at Walgreens if you use a register reward from an item to buy the exact same item again, it will not print a new reward.  Make sure you do not, for instance, buy a box of Belvita for $1.99, get a $2 register reward, then turn around and buy another box of Belvita pay for it with the register rward you just got expecting another register reward.  You would have to use that reward for something different, or it won’t print another one.  At Rite Aid, you can use your +UP rewards for any item, and as long as you haven’t gone past the number of rewards you can get per household, it will print another one.  At Walgreens there are no limits on how many deals you can do, but you have to make them separate transactions.  Sometimes at Walgreens, I just do my separate transactions and save the rewards for another time so I don’t confuse myself!  :)

      • Anonymous says:

        doesnt CVS make u wait to use yur rewards until next purchase as well??

  17. Anonymous says:

    I received  letter from RA saying I am a silver member and have 10 % discount every day of the year. I’ve made couple purchases recently but didn’t receive any discount. Does anybody know how this works and if I need to register my card to get this discounts? Thank you!

    • Anonymous says:

      Jasmine2012, it should automatically come off. You can call customer service if it still isn’t working yet =)

  18. Anonymous says:

    I guess I will be going to Rite Aid next week for the baby items. Just found out I’m going to be a first time grandmother! It’s been a long time since I’ve bought diapers and I never got them at that price!

  19. Anonymous says:

    I can’t wait for this sale! Just found out I’m going to a first time Grandmother!

  20. Jen Trimble says:

    im crossing my fingers that i can get 6 cases of these for my best friend and her family. we have 4 Rite Aids in a very short distance so I should be ok…even if I get 3 thats better then none! I’ve been couponing since August and have yet to get her any good deals on diapers…but this is the one!!  I have a ton of ups saved so we won’t have to put a dime out of pocket!!!  wish me luck guys!!

    • Jen Trimble says:

      btw they have 4 children under the age of 5! only two are in diapers but the youngest one has transposition of the great artery (as a result of mommy being prescribed an anti depressant while she was pregnant…you know the big lawsuits all over tv :( ??) so they def deserve the help and thats why Im so determined on this one…normally I figured if I miss out…ah someone else needed it more then I did…

    • Anonymous says:

      Hope it works out Jen!

    • Anonymous says:

       If your friend goes with you and she has her own card and you happen to have 6-8 coupons then you should be able to get the 6-8 you wanted. 3-4 on your card with you coupons and ups and 3-4 on her card with her coupons.  So if you have enough ups to get your order for $0 ” out of pocket” and only spend the $25.47-$33.96 on her order, then you both would each get $15 in rewards for a total of $30. It would still work out in the end and with just counting the ” out of pocket ” ( $25.47- $33.96) then deduct the ups that you both get ( $30 ) put the two together and you kinda only spent $3.96 for 8 packs of diapers or GOT BACK $4.53 for 6 packs of diapers.  I think I did that correct. ?? LOL

  21. Voxon says:

    Yah! Worked for me. I’m in the San Diego area.  Thank you BarstowMom. 

  22. Danielle Guertin says:

    I’m confused, I’ve never couponed at Rite Aid. But, if you’re using the coupons to make the price under $30, then is it still gonna give you the deal for spending $30??

  23. Thanks for the heads up. I’ll be stopping on Sunday and using some up rewards I have left from this past week when I did the Colgate and the coke deal.

  24. I believe CVS is also going to have a similar deal the following week if you dont have a rite aid nearby.

  25. I’m going to do 2 packs of diapers and 2 packs of the wipes = $31.96  and use (2) 1.50 diaper coupons and (2) .75 wipe coupons. 

  26. Anonymous says:

    Don’t forget – if you get 20% off like I do for having all your points last year, they take 20% off the $9.99 price (most likely), so you have to buy 4 any way.

    • I have the 20% off and it did not come off.  $9.99 is about 25% off regular retail, so they give you the $9.99 instead.  You shouldn’t have to buy 4, but call your Rite Aid to check.  It seems some aren’t rounding.

    • Anonymous says:

      Couponqt2, the regular price of these is $12.99 and the sale price is $9.99. With the discount they would be $10.39. So the sale price is the better deal, that is what you should get when they ring up =)

      • Anonymous says:

        You would think that, but I’ve often noticed they still take 20% off the sale price.  It’s normally on the Buy One Get One 50% Off where they compare the 2 prices.  I will make sure to look & let you know after I go.

  27. Dani Dunaway says:

    Is there a limit per card on the rewards on this deal? Can it be done more than once? Thanks to BarstowMom for the heads up!

  28. SWEET!! I have my 20% discount from getting 1,000 pts last year.  I did the calculations and even if I have to buy 4 packs to come above the $30 mark because my RiteAid does not round up, I can use 4 $1.50 coupons, get the $15 rewards, the 20% is about $7.99 and I end up paying only $2.74 per pack! Anybody else have their 20% discount??

  29. the rite aids in idaho have not started the rounding up thing………ugh, so mad!  But to get the deal, I would buy a pkg of wipes just to be sure I go over $30……looks like I will have to get there early Sunday b/c diapers have not been on sale for awhile……

  30. Anonymous says:


  31. Anonymous says:

    Okay, So this deal will be running on 3/4 on the east coast?  So how exactly does it work?  You ring up all three then both the $10 reward off $30 and the $5 reward off $25 gets printed, then you use them and the $1.50 off each and you only spend $3.49 each pack for a total of $10.47?  also if that’s the case could I use my $2.50 off instead of the $1.50 off to bring then down to $2.49 each with a total of only $7.49 ???  ( As you can tell I’m new at this. LOL)

    • Purchase the 3 packs… (Possibly 4 if your RiteAid does NOT round up to $30 if your total is only $29.97, which unfortunately is how mine is in the Cali-Bay area)  Use your 3 $1.50 coupons, or higher value coupons if you have them.  Pay the total price and the Rewards will print AFTER you make the purchase so you can use your rewards on something else. So the $3.49 price is figuring in the rewards bucks discounted off the total purchase price.

      • Anonymous says:

         Okay thanks. That was the other half of the example/question I forgot to type out. LOL Still a great deal! I’ll be sure to hit Rite Aid on Sunday. Works for me!  I’m sure I’ll find something that I need to use the $15 in rewards on.

        • I usually always use my Rewards on Toilet paper because I never get good coupons for TP and in a household of 4 girls and 1 guy, we use a lot of it!  However, I don’t think I’ve bought TP at full price in over a year thanks to rewards :-)

      • Anonymous says:

        Great explanation Mollie, thanks for the help!

      • Anonymous says:

        Im in Fremont CA…Where are you?  Do ours RA not round up?  

        • We are in Napa. My RiteAid claims that they do not round up, however, a lot of people on here seem to think that if one does, they all do. I think I will just try it out with three and if it doesn’t give me my rewards, I will do the 4th pack with a coupon in a separate transaction and hopefully get the rewards after that one.

          • Tina says:

            I’m in the Bay Area also (San Jose, Ca) and my UP+ have always printed within a few cents so I never worry about being pennies short. The cashiers don’t really do the promotions so they only know to state what is printed on the ads. I like your idea, do 3 packs, and if it doesn’t print, try a 4th. It tracks your spending on the receipt anyway. Good luck!

  32. My RiteAid doesn’t round up :(  Any ideas on cheap things included in the buy $30 get $10 back? If I had to buy another pack and had a 4th $1.50 coupon, it would still end up being $4.74/pack which is not bad but definitely worse than $3.49!

    • Your specific RiteAid can’t decide if they round up or not.  All of their computers work the same so if one store is rounding up, everyone’s is.  I believe they all started doing it with the Winter Rewards.  If you’re concerned, there’s Colgate toothpaste in the deal and I believe there was a $1/1 coupon too.

    • Anonymous says:

      Wipes would be less expensive to purchase but I think another pack of diapers would be the better value if you have an extra coupon =)

  33. Anonymous says:

    Can’t wait to this on Sunday – I have a girlfriend expecting, so I will stock up for the baby shower!  THANKS KCL!!! Can’t do it without you!!!

  34. Anonymous says:

    okay I’m confused on how if this doesn’t start till 3/4 how did you all already try it out?  was it a typo and the deal is going on now?

    • Rebekah Finn says:

       The Rite Aid weekly ad runs from Friday – Thursday in Southern California.

    • Anonymous says:

       I want to know this too.. I just called my Rite Aid and they said this deal isn’t going on.

      • Anonymous says:

        Melissa, the spend $30, receive $10 does not start until 3/4, next weeks’ circular. The spend $25, receive $5 is a monthly promotion that runs through 3/6 but is not advertised except for on the tags under the product =)

    • Anonymous says:

      Mushaface, some people in So Cal have their sales start early so they have been able to confirm that the deal will work with both the weekly and monthly rewards! It starts 3/4 for everybody else =)

  35. I LOVE how I don’t have to think, you guys do that for me!! I have one potty trained, one still in diapers (trying to get her out) and one on theway! So this deal is sweet! Thanks so much

  36. Jen Carmody says:

    Can you do this deal more than once?  And if so, if I use the rewards from the 1st transaction on the 2nd, will the rewards still print out for the second?  I usually only do CVS and Wags as Rite Aid is kind of far for me so I’m not too familiar with their coupon policy.  I have a few baby showers to shop for though and I can’t pass this up!

  37. Joanna says:

    The $2 Q from the P&G Have you tried this yet? booklet sweetens the deal!!

  38. how will you get the $10 one cause your total didnt get to $30 you would have to buy 4

    • Candra Long says:

      Agreed- you can’t be within 3 cents, it won’t print if it’s even a penny under $30. You would either have to add one more package of diapers or something else that was super cheap and within the promotion.

    • Anonymous says:

      I did this deal this morning ( At least 10 of us in SoCal also did this deal with the same results) and it rounded the total to $30.00. In the past if I was a few cents off my up reward wouldn’t print but Rite Aid started rounding recently. They even round the totals on the bottom of the receipt if something is tracking for a particular deal. I’m so glad Rite Aid started rounding it helps a lot in these scenarios.

    • Anonymous says:

      Jennifer, the total comes to $29.97. Rite tracking rounds this up to $30.00 =)