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[Walmart] Huggies diapers on sale for $29.97 (save $7.31) - YMMV - In store only

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Apr 5, 2011
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[Walmart] Huggies diapers on sale for $29.97 (save $7.31) - YMMV - In store only

I was at Square One Walmart in Mississauga, Ontario yesterday and noticed that most of Huggies diapers and Pamper diapers (separate thread already exist for pamper diapers) were on sale and were $7.31 off from regular price. I buy diapers all the time from Walmart (when they are on sale) and this is one of the best prices I have seen in Walmart.

This is great for individuals who don't subscribe to amazon or walmart diaper subscription services like myself. If you are one of those who do subscribe to amazon/walmart diaper subscription services then please ignore the thread. Thank you.

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Is this the same size as the $30 box they sell at Superstore?

If it's the same Superstore is cheaper with free PC points.
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WL1980 wrote: Is this the same size as the $30 box they sell at Superstore?

If it's the same Superstore is cheaper with free PC points.
No. It is not. I picked up Huggies Snug and Dry Size 6 which comes with 128 diapers (see OP for picture).

At superstore, you get 66 diapers for $29.98 (at least that's what I see online) - see attached picture. No way close even if you get free PC points.
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Saw this at the Walmart on Centennial Pkwy (ON) location today as well! Very excited to go back there tomorrow with a huggies coupon to sweeten the deal even more.
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Is this cheaper than Costco?
Lurking on RFD for years. Finally decided to make an account...😂
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dealyou wrote: Is this cheaper than Costco?
From what I understand from lurking around here, might not be a fair comparison because I hear that Costco sells a specific version of Huggies which is better than the ones on the usual shopping shelves. Apparently the Costco ones are supposed to be more absorbent and durable. One of our baby experts will have to confirm. If you're just talking about straight dollars without factoring in quality/equivalency, then yes.
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WL1980 wrote: Is this the same size as the $30 box they sell at Superstore?

If it's the same Superstore is cheaper with free PC points.
The box for huggies size 6 is 29.99 for 66 pc. RCSS also carries the 112 pc box for 32.75 which is a better value then the 29.99 box. If you get the insiders along with store deals and coupon you can get it for under 20 a box
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xkaliber wrote: From what I understand from lurking around here, might not be a fair comparison because I hear that Costco sells a specific version of Huggies which is better than the ones on the usual shopping shelves. Apparently the Costco ones are supposed to be more absorbent and durable. One of our baby experts will have to confirm. If you're just talking about straight dollars without factoring in quality/equivalency, then yes.
I didn't notice any tangible difference between Kirkland and Huggies Baby Dry honestly. I will keep buying the cheaper ones.

Even better is Wal-Mart Parent's Choice diapers (big boxes only size 3 to 6) with an online subscription, you get 20% off and it's only $23.99 for a big box.
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xkaliber wrote: From what I understand from lurking around here, might not be a fair comparison because I hear that Costco sells a specific version of Huggies which is better than the ones on the usual shopping shelves. Apparently the Costco ones are supposed to be more absorbent and durable. One of our baby experts will have to confirm. If you're just talking about straight dollars without factoring in quality/equivalency, then yes.
I believe Costco carries the Little Movers line of Huggies. These are better than the Snug & Dry. But looks like this deal is for various lines, based on OP's pics
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darkknight6 wrote: I believe Costco carries the Little Movers line of Huggies. These are better than the Snug & Dry. But looks like this deal is for various lines, based on OP's pics
Great info, thanks. I remember the last time I was reading a Costco diaper comparison thread, there were talks about how Costco had a specific line of product available from them and even 'more premium' than the ones found on store shelves even for the same line. I read that well before my baby-days so I just skimmed it at the time. Now I much more vested into that sorta stuff, haha.

For those who are interested in saving a few more bucks: https://www.huggies.com/en-ca/diaper-coupons
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Or you could use Walmart's autosave which is basically the same price (20% off) and they get delivered to your door at regular intervals. Though I doubt you could use the coupon linked above in that case.
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darkknight6 wrote: I believe Costco carries the Little Movers line of Huggies. These are better than the Snug & Dry. But looks like this deal is for various lines, based on OP's pics
If you look at the OP's third pic, it shows "Little Movers" for $29.97 which is the same price at Amazon with S&S. Not sure how much Costco has their "Little Movers" but I will assume it's more then $29.97.

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