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CVS: Pampers Diapers for as low as $3.24 per package

Scan your CVS card at the price scanner to see if you get a $5 off $25 Baby Product coupon. If you do, you can get a fantastic deal on Pampers at CVS this week:

Buy 4 packages of Pampers at $8.99 each
Use 4 $2/1 Pampers coupon from the 10/28 P&G insert
Stack with $5/$25 Baby Product coupon from the CVS coupon machine
Spend $22.96 plus tax out of pocket, Get $10 ECBs = $3.24 per package after coupons and ECBs!

Let us know if this coupon prints for you! See more deals at CVS this week here.

Thanks, Passionate Penny Pincher!

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  • Deborah says:

    these diapers also count in the spend 30 and get 10 off p&g products. So spend 5 five (paper towels) and get 10 back!

  • AND if you have enough coupons you can do the Buy $30 worth of select items (Pampers are part of it) get $10 EB deal twice. I just tried it and it worked! Just make sure you split it into two transactions- in other words, you can’t spend $60 in one transaction and expect to get two $10 EB.

    After the second transaction, you receipt should say “Offer limit reached”.

    • Kimber says:

      Thanks for the tip! I used up my coupons doing this deal on Monday, buy my CVS has a “blinkie” machine with $1 off Pampers coupons. Might be worth going back a second time!

  • Amie says:

    I stumbled upon this deal myself, but my son only wears training pants. The coupons and sale include Easy Ups. I bought 4 and used the $5/25 CVS coupon, 4 $2 off Pampers coupons, $14 ECBs, a $10 Swagbucks CVS gift card, and paid &0.78 (tax) and got back $10 ECBs. This was a great stock up deal for me.

  • joyanne says:

    when does this deal end

  • Kristina says:

    I didn’t get the CVS baby coupon from the machine :(. Still an OK deal though without it.

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