Rite Aid: Huggies Little Swimmers for $3.50 per package

$1.50 off one HUGGIES LITTLE SWIMMERS Swimpants

You can get Huggies Little Swimmers for just $3.50 per package at Rite Aid this week. Here’s how:

Buy 2 packages of Huggies Little Swimmers swimpants 10-12 count $7.50 each
Use 2 $1.50/1 Huggies Little Swimmers coupons
Spend $12 plus tax out of pocket, Get a $5 UP Reward
$3.50 per package after coupons and UP Reward

By the way, did you know that you can wash and re-use unsoiled swim diapers? They usually last for at least 3-4 washes.

See the full list of deals at Rite Aid this week here.

Thanks, Common Sense With Money!

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  1. Kim M says

    I was reading that you can wash them, but how do you do it? just throw them in washer, or just handwash?? I was tossing the idea in the air about buying a reusable swim diaper, since it costs about the same as a pkg of disposables, but if you can get the swimmers on sale and reuse them.. that would be awesome too :-)

    • says

      I just tossed them into the laundry with a load and washed and dried them like that. So long as they are not soiled, this should work just fine.

    • Aubrey says

      I spent many summers teaching swimming lessons and one thing I learned at that time was that you really don’t need to actually wash swimming suits after wearing them in a pool. The chlorine keeps them clean, you just need to rinse the chlorine out. So, after we go to the pool I just run our swim stuff through the rinse cycle in our machine (I do wash them occasionally!) and then hang dry. The extra detergent, and especially drying them in a drier, will really wear out swim stuff quickly. I do the same with my daughter’s swim diapers (assuming they’re just wet) – run through the rinse cycle and then air dry.

  2. Mary says

    You can buy a reusable swim diaper at Target for $10 and it will last you until your child out grows it!

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