Huggies diapers for as low as $0.08 per diaper shipped!

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  1. Mandy says

    I’m wondering if anyone can help me understand the Amazon Prime and Amazon Mom and Amazon Subscribe and Save plans a little bit more. I know that I need to cancel the S&S after I make an order using it, or they’ll keep sending a shipment once a month. But I’m wondering, can I A). Purchase a product, using S&S, then cancel that subscription once I receive my order, than when I see another deal I want, re-subscribe to it and use S&S again, and if I can do this, can I then B). STILL get 30% off again or is it just 15% off?? I just read that as a member of Amazon mom you get 3 months of free Prime benefits and then for each $25 spent in their baby store, you can get an additional free month of Prime, so…is there really any reason to be a Prime member if you’re a Mom member? I’d also love some tips/suggestions on how to best shop using Amazon on a regular basis for diapers, I’m just not understanding all of this. Help, please, anyone, LOL! Thanks so much!

    • Maria says

      Yes, you can keep subscribing and saving. (and canceling, and subscribing…)

      If you’re a Mom member with free prime, then no, you don’t need to pay for Prime. But it only lasts three months, unless you keep purchasing qualifying items. And then you can only “earn” up to a year of prime, I think.

      I just buy diapers when either: A. I need them, or B. Someone on a blog says, “now’s the time to buy them, they’re at a low low price!”

    • Shauna says

      Thanks for answering your question Mandy and Maria for answering. I have been wondering about subscribing, saving, canceling over and over again. This helps me.

  2. Leslie says

    I’m having trouble finding the e-coupon. I click to clip and it sends me back to the Huggies page on Amazon. Did anyone have any luck using it? How?

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