Expired Hot Deals

[Costco] Costco Huggies Diapers sale! Save $9.50 per box

  • Last Updated:
  • Mar 5th, 2020 2:34 pm
Tags:
[OP]
Deal Addict
Nov 28, 2013
2274 posts
923 upvotes
Quebec

[Costco] Costco Huggies Diapers sale! Save $9.50 per box

Size 1-6 of Huggies Diapers on sale for 9.50$ less per box

Remember might be cheaper is warehouse

Time for the usual who has the best diapers fight!
Last edited by TomRFD on Feb 24th, 2020 8:54 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: updated title
63 replies
Sr. Member
Apr 1, 2013
579 posts
592 upvotes
Fredericton
Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Jun 1, 2006
6606 posts
5494 upvotes
Toronto
Welcome all RFDers that purchased condoms at Dollarama!
I swear to drunk I'm not God 😝
Member
Nov 21, 2016
384 posts
366 upvotes
Toronto
life359 wrote: Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
Tried pampers and hated the ultra strong smell.. And my daughter started getting rashes..

Changed to huggies, and its been good.. No rashes and no pungent smell
Deal Expert
Aug 2, 2004
31363 posts
5564 upvotes
East Gwillimbury
Been through this with several kids. First one got a rash from Pampers. Second one used Pampers no problem

My honest opinion. Pampers cost more but it is the better diaper. It never leaked. Huggies leaked on multiple kids

It's a diaper. Buy the cheapest one because you're not keeping them for prosperity and yes, Pampers smell
Last edited by Gee on Feb 24th, 2020 8:23 am, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Mar 16, 2007
2282 posts
1089 upvotes
Scarborough
Why would people downvote this? This is a fantastic time of year when you have kids. Huggies are the best for my boy, especially the higher quality Costco ones. Thanks OP
Deal Addict
Nov 24, 2002
2182 posts
514 upvotes
How is this cheaper than Amazon or walmart with subscribe and save?

Online, size 5 is 41.99/162 = 25.9 cents per diaper (assuming you avoid the delivery surcharge)

Amazon with S&S right now is 26.75/124 = 21.6 cents per diaper
Last edited by PennyArcade on Feb 24th, 2020 8:40 am, edited 1 time in total.
Sr. Member
User avatar
May 19, 2010
509 posts
213 upvotes
Brampton
life359 wrote: Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
Just had a newborn 6 weeks ago and we heard negatives on both brands. Every baby/parent is different so we bought both brands to see what we liked.
Huggies (and Kirkland) is our preference.
Newbie
Sep 30, 2007
44 posts
61 upvotes
Toronto
PennyArcade wrote: How is this cheaper than Amazon or walmart with subscribe and save?

Online, size 5 is 41.99/162 = 25.9 cents per diaper (assuming you avoid the delivery surcharge)

Amazon with S&S right now is 26.75/124 = 21.6 cents per diaper
Not sure but "plus" is on the costco one, which might be costco exclusive with added features. Someone more informed can correct me.
Newbie
Jan 15, 2009
23 posts
14 upvotes
That's true.
I find it cheaper if you use walmart grocery $20 off for order more than $75 discount + diaper weekly sale.
Deal Addict
User avatar
Oct 4, 2006
2511 posts
132 upvotes
Burlington
I've tried both on my kiddo and we've found the huggies have done better than the pampers for him. Honestly he used to get leaks from the pampers a lot.

Might check this one out, not sure my current supply will last till the new SS with amazon.
Newbie
Sep 5, 2018
73 posts
69 upvotes
paulbian wrote: Not sure but "plus" is on the costco one, which might be costco exclusive with added features. Someone more informed can correct me.
Er... A diaper is a diaper, but I do think adding GPS to the diapers is going to change the world. Plus a GeoFence? You will be a marriage saver!
Newbie
Sep 5, 2018
39 posts
52 upvotes
life359 wrote: Serious question - are there people who actually prefer Huggies to Pampers? Tried Huggies once, hated the tabs.
We use Huggies nighttime diapers for night, and Pampers cruisers for day time. No idea how we landed on that, but it works.

Top