Walgreens: Diapers for $4.13 per package!

There’s a fantastic deal on diapers at Walgreens this week:

Buy 2 packages of Walgreens Brand Jumbo Pack Diapers at $5.50 each
Buy One, Get One 50% off (Monthly Sale)
$4.13 per package after monthly sale

Thanks, My Frugal Adventures!

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    • Emily says

      I recommend buying the supreme diapers even though there are less diapers per package. They are actually really good. The regular ones are just like any other generic diaper and my kids leak through them.

      • Amy Jones says

        I really like the Walgreens brand diapers. I think they are a little expensive at regular price (around $9/jumbo), but I highly recommend them when they are this inexpensive. I have used sizes 2, 3, and now 4- my 16 month old has never had a leak or blow-out while wearing them.

    • Tarah says

      I love these diapers! I like Pampers best, but these are my next favorite and I’ve tried tons of different kinds. I’m stocking up!

  1. Jenn says

    I did this deal today, and they actually rang up at 2/$8.99, so a little more than I had expected, but still a decent deal.

  2. Crystal says

    I’m confused, so they are on sale, and also on sale for buy one get one 50% off? Because they are regularly $8.99 per jumbo pack.

  3. sally says

    Wow, so waiting until Friday with the 15% off coupon would make the size 3s I need just over 10 cents each for the premium! I hope there are some left on Friday…

  4. Joanna says

    Don’t forget the Prescription Savings Club Card (if you have one). You get 10% back in rewards on Walgreens brand items! :) So, if my math is correct:

    $5.50 1st pack
    +$2.75 2nd pack (half price)
    -20% coupon ($1.50)
    =$6.25 OOP
    -10% rewards with PSC ($.63)
    =$5.62 new price after rewards for 2 packages. :)

    • Joanna says

      My math was off…sorry! Let’s try this again!
      $5.50 1st pack
      +$2.75 2nd pack (half price)
      -20% coupon ($1.65)
      =$6.60 OOP
      -10% rewards with PSC ($.66)
      =$5.94 net price after rewards for 2 packages.

  5. becca says

    How do you know if a BOGO1/2 is an all month deal? I often get excited about deals I see online about wags but when I get there it might not ring up the way I wanted it to.

  6. Jen H. says

    My Walgreens showed the BOGO 1/2 off but I guess there is a sale on diapers this week (2/$11) that overrides the BOGO so you can’t use them both at the same time. Thus, they were going to cost me $5.50 each. Was not happy with that price. At least if I go back tomorrow and use the 20% coupon then it’ll be a good price.

  7. dina says

    I like the Walgreens diapers a lot. Our older son had no bum to speak of so they didn’t work well on him. Luvs were better. But our youngest let’s just say he’s husky. The Walgreens diapers work great.
    You do need to use a Walgreens rewards card to take advantage of both sale prices. I was able to get 4 packs of size 5 diapers for $17.98.

  8. Kate says

    Bought diapers at Wags today – thanks Crystal for the heads up. I couldn’t figure out why they were this price, but they rang up at $3.60/pk whether I bought 1, 2 or 3 packs at a time. Anyway, decent price. The only coupon I used was the 20% off Wags F&F coupon for today.

  9. says

    Thanks Crystal, this is a great deal! I started using generic diapers with my fourth child and I haven’t noticed an increase in leaks (I had the occassional leak with the name brand ones too). I am going to go pick these up tomorrow. It shows that my local Walgreens has them in stock still, I hope they don’t sell out before I can get there lol!

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