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[Amazon.ca] $3 off pampers diaper 1 month supply

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[Amazon.ca] $3 off pampers diaper 1 month supply

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NOT valid on baby dry, seems to be only on cruisers. OP, edit the title.
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Just bought Pamper Swaddlers Size 4 and $3.00 coupon applies. Thanks OP
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I have the Huggies from Amazon delivered to my house with their subscribe and save service. I pay $30 for 240 of the #2's. Even with the coupon above it would still be almost $44 for only 204 of the #2's of the Pampers brand. What could possibly be the difference between these, I mean, for the most part, they are both leading brands selling what I would imagine is a similar product. I have used the Pampers before in a smaller size and saw no noticeable difference between the 2. They both did the dirty job they were intended to do. Not sure what Pampers do that would justify being not far off twice the price of the Huggies.
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Are these cheaper than the Costco/Kirkland options?
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jerschwab wrote: Are these cheaper than the Costco/Kirkland options?
price count per unit
HUGGIES S1 192CT 36.99 182 0.203
HUGGIESS2 174CT 36.99 174 0.213
HUGGIES S3 210CT 44.99 210 0.214
HUGGIES S4 186CT 44.99 186 0.242
HUGGIES S5 162CT 44.99 162 0.278
HUGGIES S6 120CT 44.99 120 0.375
Kirkland S1 192 CT 31.99 192 0.167
Kirkland S2 174 CT 31.99 174 0.184
Kirkland S3 198 CT 39.99 198 0.202
Kirkland S4 180 CT 39.99 180 0.222
Kirkland S5 150 CT 39.99 150 0.267
Kirkland S6 120 CT 39.99 120 0.333

Sometimes they have $9 off a box of huggies (I'll let you do your own math for that). I think they have Kirkland on sale twice a year too but not 100% sure.
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140 size 5 baby dry at superstore is 33.72, 24 cents each, sometimes they have bonus point offers and coupons at the entrace for diapers, they did last week, it was 8$ off if you bought 2 packs.
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Had to buy 2 boxes of easy ups on s&s because it was reasonably priced at $22 after tax for a 60-count.

Cheapercthan $37 for 82 at Walmart.

Don't think coupon applies to them cause I didn't see clip and save when I pulled the trigger.

Good thing my wife did a terrific job of potty training our two and a half year old a few months ago.

Just need it for the night and maybe at the daycare. Someday...
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alanbrenton wrote: Had to buy 2 boxes of easy ups on s&s because it was reasonably priced at $22 after tax for a 60-count.

Cheapercthan $37 for 82 at Walmart.

Don't think coupon applies to them cause I didn't see clip and save when I pulled the trigger.

Good thing my wife did a terrific job of potty training our two and a half year old a few months ago.

Just need it for the night and maybe at the daycare. Someday...
I hear easy-ups are horrible and pull-ups are much better,how do you find it?
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immortal_kssss wrote:
alanbrenton wrote: Had to buy 2 boxes of easy ups on s&s because it was reasonably priced at $22 after tax for a 60-count.

Cheapercthan $37 for 82 at Walmart.

Don't think coupon applies to them cause I didn't see clip and save when I pulled the trigger.

Good thing my wife did a terrific job of potty training our two and a half year old a few months ago.

Just need it for the night and maybe at the daycare. Someday...
I hear easy-ups are horrible and pull-ups are much better,how do you find it?
We alternated between the two brands. Not sure what the difference where but the 3-4T sure is undersized for a 2.5 year old who's not even big.

Maybe it was easier because ours was a daughter where nothing would stick out?

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