CVS: Huggies Diapers for as low as $4.82 per package!

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Beginning October 13, 2013, you can get Huggies diapers for $4.82 per package. Here’s how:

Buy 3 packages of Huggies Diapers at $9.49 each
Buy 2 Palmolive Dish Soaps $0.99 each
Use 3 $2/1 Huggies Diapers coupons
Spend $24.47 out of pocket, Get $10 ECBs
$14.47 total after coupons and ECBs = $4.82 per package plus 2 bottles of Palmolive dish soap for free!

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  1. amie says

    Pull Ups are included, too. I coincidentally did the same deal, only with pull ups. I also bought 2 Mars candies, a book of postage stamps, and 3 local papers. I spent $41 oop – the most I have ever spent @ CVS – and got $12 ECBS.

    • MSM Team says

      Don’t worry, you’ll get the hang of couponing lingo in no time! ECBs are “Extra Care Bucks,” which are earned by joining CVS’s loyalty rewards program. You earn them as you shop. Great question!

  2. Jen says

    This worked out great. I had a $5 off $25 coupon too. My store didn’t have very many slip on diapers in stock. Glad I went yesterday. I also got a $5 off a $15 purchase and a $3 off a $15 when I checked out!

    • MSM Team says

      This SHOULD mean that you can use one coupon for each item purchased. That may vary depending on the store, as some stores will interpret the wording to mean the customer can only use one coupon per transaction.

  3. Amanda says

    I’m also new to this…Will the $10 in ECBs be available to be used on this purchase or need to be saved for future purchase? Thanks!

    • says

      It would be good on your next purchase. I recommend using it to purchase things that will produce more ECBs so that you can keep rolling them.