Walgreens Brand Diapers Just $1.99 Per Package (after rebate)

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If you are looking to save money any way you can when it comes to diapers, you might want to try Walgreens brand.  Right now, you can work a scenario where you will end up paying just $1.99 per package!  Here is how:

$ 29.95 5 Packages of Walgreens Diapers (at $5.99 each)
–  10.00 $2/1 Walgreens Brand Diapers coupon from Infant Care Booklet (in stores) — it will deduct $10
–  10.00  Submit $10 mail in rebate that will print on your receipt
$  9.95/5 or $1.99 each after netting coupon and rebate

If you can’t find the coupon booklet in your store, you can still get your diapers for just $3.99 per package!

Thanks, Frugal Coupon Living!


  1. Stacie says

    I don’t normally shop at Walgreens but I stopped in yesterday and was going to do this deal, and they told me I could only use 1 of the $2 coupons??

    • Tracie says

      You will – and it will automatically deduct $10 when you do (because the coupon is scanned once and automatically deducts the value off of each product purchased – purchase 4 save $8 – purchase 1 – save $10).

  2. Barbara says

    Has anyone verified that this works in a Rewards card test area like Kansas CIty? Because there is no reference to the rebate in my Walgreens ad and I saw no reference to it in the store.

    • Tracie says

      This is an unadvertised special – so it is not printed in any ad circulars. If you do not get the rebate offer, you can simply return the diapers and be out nothing (but a few minutes of your time).

    • Michelle says

      I did it on Sunday. It worked in 3 different Walgreens in Olathe. They even had a sign beside the diapers that mentioned the rebate. The Infant Care Coupon reduced all the diapers by $2 and I purchased 6 at each transaction. The rewards card reduced them from $8.99 to $5.99 all at once and the rewards card generated the rebate that came out of the register after the receipt.

      I didn’t know it at the time, but it is one rebate per address.