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[Walmart.ca] Walmart 20% off diapers with Subscribe & Save

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Walmart 20% off diapers with Subscribe & Save

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Walmart offers 20% off diapers with autosave. No membership fee required. Cancel anytime. Handy for those who do not have (or wish to pay for) Amazon Prime.

Did a preliminary searched based on our family needs.

Costs: Amazon is cheaper per diaper not including the prime membership cost.

Does not include pull-ups/training pants. Pensive Face

Total order must have a minimum amount for free shipping (I think it's $50). Weird because the picture says free shipping but when I tried to check out, there's a shipping charge. I'm in the GVRD...not rural.
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can I add coupon on top? like the $10 coupon for huggies
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ugh. Same issue I had with Amazon. I can't commit to once a month or twice a month. My kid goes through diapers at difference frequencies every time. I would subscribe and save if they said you have to commit to purchasing 10 boxes in 1 year or whatever. Even if I didn't get the discount till the last diaper purchase.
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can I cancel Subscribe & Save after I order?
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Evil Baby wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 5:51 pm
ugh. Same issue I had with Amazon. I can't commit to once a month or twice a month. My kid goes through diapers at difference frequencies every time. I would subscribe and save if they said you have to commit to purchasing 10 boxes in 1 year or whatever. Even if I didn't get the discount till the last diaper purchase.
Shouldn't be an issue with amazon. Order one box and then change product or frequency later.
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bluekayaker wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 7:21 pm

Shouldn't be an issue with amazon. Order one box and then change product or frequency later.
I'm in the same situation with my kid...hard to predict when I'll need more or size up. We want to potty train soon. I place a subscription order and cancel it as soon as I get the shipping confirmation email.
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bluekayaker wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 7:21 pm
Shouldn't be an issue with amazon. Order one box and then change product or frequency later.

Never thought of that. I don't generally like to abuse systems like this so I probably won't be doing it, but good to know.
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Evil Baby wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 8:39 pm
Never thought of that. I don't generally like to abuse systems like this so I probably won't be doing it, but good to know.
Amazon would be happy if you ordered at all since you've already ponied up the money for Prime. IMHO, I don't see it as an abuse.
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~Chester~ wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 3:55 am
Amazon would be happy if you ordered at all since you've already ponied up the money for Prime. IMHO, I don't see it as an abuse.
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Evil Baby wrote:
Jan 11th, 2018 8:39 pm
Never thought of that. I don't generally like to abuse systems like this so I probably won't be doing it, but good to know.
How is that abuse? Thats the whole POINT of subscribe and save that you can adjust the frequency of delivery and items.....
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wildlele wrote:
Jan 12th, 2018 8:00 am
How is that abuse? Thats the whole POINT of subscribe and save that you can adjust the frequency of delivery and items.....
That's not how I saw it. I see the whole point of subscribe and save as picking a frequency and sticking with it. The consumer benefits because they save money, the business benefits because they know they have orders they will need to fill and they know when the orders are going to happen so they can better manage inventory.

If the entire point is so the consumer can adjust the frequency of deliveries, why not just say prime members get the discount? That way prime members could order whenever they wanted anyways.
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Interesting to see that Wal-Mart this week flyer (Toronto) have the large economy pack of the pampers and Huggies for $32.78 (which is about 15% saving) but there website still shows $37.28........

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