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Walgreens: $0.49 Huggies wipes

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Walgreens has Back-to-School fliers available up at the front of the store (by the weekly ads) which contain a coupon good for $2 off Huggies wipes. Since this is a store coupon, you can also combine this with a manufacturer's coupon to score a great deal on wipes:

Buy 1 Huggies 64-count tub of wipes at $2.99
Use the $2/1 Walgreens coupon from the Back-to-School flier
Stack with the $0.50/1 Huggies wipes coupon from the 7/19 inserts
$0.49 after coupons

Thanks, !

See more deals available at Walgreens this week here and here.

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46 Comments

  • Melanie C. says:

    I made my trip to Walgreens and they had wipes prices at $2.79 (in KC, MO area). With the stacked coupons, I paid .29! Great deal. Also, I was able to use this for multiple boxes of wipes.

  • says:

    Bummer they are $3.99 here in CA, or at least at my store…

  • Amber Taylor says:

    Will the Back-to-School flier coupon take $2 off each one I buy, or will I need one for every wipes container I buy?

  • Melanie C. says:

    I used one coupoon to purchase 4 wipes. I asked if it would work for multiple packages- and she said yes. took $8 off my total. Good luck!

  • Merrilee says:

    it should take off $2 for each one-I went last night & got 4 pkgs, used (1) $2 off & it took off $8. hope that helps!

  • Britt says:

    My walgreens would not let me stack the coupons. The back of the coupon says it is a manufactured coupon and the store register would not take both. I don’t know if anyone else had had success or not.

  • says:

    i didn’t have MFC but was still happy to pay 79 cents a container in central IL.

  • Amber Taylor says:

    Thanks for the help, guys!

  • Sarah says:

    My MF coupon stacked just fine with my walgreens $2.00 coupon. They are walgreen coupons so you should beable to stack.

  • Elizabeth says:

    For those who have children going to school these are very handy in the classroom. At least all the way through Elementary. They would be great as an extra for the teacher or if your child has a desk to keep in there.

  • says:

    Many stores have them priced at $3.99.

  • Alissabeth says:

    I haven’t looked at my store, but I have some .75 off coupons that came in a mailer….I think it was the same one with the $3 diaper coupon.

  • says:

    I used a .75 from the Huggies mailer the $2 to get a tub for only .24! I’m amazed at how much I’m saving after having found this blog. Now I wonder what I did without it!

  • says:

    i stacked with my $.50 coupon also and worked fine-also remember to ask for a raincheck if they are all out!

  • Regina says:

    I bought 12 last week. I only had a few manf. coupons, but for .79 it is still an unheard of deal. You have to hand them the manf. coupon first, then the walgreens one and nothing will beep and it will go thru fine. They absolutely will not take it the other way around. At least that is my experience. Here in the DFW area the coupon is good until 8-29 so I will probably grab some more every time I go in.

  • Rita says:

    where are you getting the back to school flyer?

  • says:

    Wipes are $3.69 here in my area. (Memphis)

  • Donna says:

    I got 10 of them last night. You can also use the $1.50 off from the coupons.com site. They were $3.59 in my store, so after the $2.00 off and the $1.50 off, I paid $.09 for each box!!! LOVE IT! The total was just over $1 for all 10! Also, they have the Sharpie’s there for a $1 each and you can use the coupon for a $1 off – got a bunch of them for FREE!

  • says:

    I don’t usually use baby wipes (just wash cloths) but they make a nice shower/baby present! 😀 Inserts from 7/19… getting closer (my first insert came in August!)… 😀

  • crystal says:

    the back says mfc so i don’t think it will work but i’ll try! shoot for .70c i’m going to use my rr and get a ton even if i can’t stack the coupon!

  • Becky says:

    My WG had these for 2.79, so I was able to get mine for .29 each. I only had 2 coupons, but it’s a great start for my babyshower stash!!!

  • Steph says:

    How does this work? Do you just need one coupon for each box? Do they scan it over and over?

  • Demetris says:

    I was able to get 25 tubs of wipe today from 3 different stores. I had $0.50, $0.75 and $1 coupons that I was able to use stacked with the $2 walgreen’s coupons. I think I paid about $4.85 for them all. The Walgreens coupons will double to the number of wipes that you buy. Example if you purchase 9 tubs of wipes it will automatically take off $8 using one Walgreen’s coupons.

  • Chrissy says:

    The Walgreens coupon multiplied with no problem for me! I had manufacturer coupons for all of them as well, but I already bought all they had on the shelf! It would be great if Huggies would put out more coupons for these by the end of the month!

  • Rachel B says:

    With the Walgreens coupon from the activity book, do you get it to the cashier, or do they just scan it from the booklet and let you keep it for another time? Anyone know?

  • jess says:

    I ran out of MFC but I am still checking local WAGS. Even .79 is an amazing deal.

    I’m up to 35 tubs.

    Don’t hate! lol…I donate to a local women’s/children’s crisis center and I have a baby.

  • christina says:

    no dice in florida- they were 3.79 each and i couldn’t find the back to school insert…o well…

  • beth says:

    they were 3.29 here in Central VA

  • Kristina says:

    I am curious why everyone is saying these are Walgreens coupons? On the back of the coupon it says “Manufacturer coupon good only at Walgreens.” Aren’t we ripping Huggies off by using two manufacturer coupons?

  • Melissa says:

    The front of the coupons says $2 off, but the back of mine says $1 off. So, it is in fact taking off the full $2? Just wanted to make sure. Thanks!

  • bethany says:

    Rita,

    I’m in southaven and they are 2.79 here 🙂

  • mylittleone says:

    I’m dissappointed this deal isn’t available where i am….I went to several walgreens…. all were priced at $3.99 and I asked about the back to school fliers— nobody knew what in the world I was talking about…

    then the Target fruit was a no go— the cheapest apples were around $3.99 —-

    ohh well…..

  • GME says:

    All the Walgreens in my area have stopped allowing coupon stacking. You can use their store coup or the MFC but not both – and they have signs at the registers saying so. Bleh!

  • Laura says:

    $2.79 here in augusta ga they only let me use 1 $.75 coupon but still a good deal im going back for more btw i only bought 2 the day i went

  • Sherri says:

    To Dianne in Memphis: I found them for 2.79 at the stores in Southaven, MS if that works for ya.

  • Amanda says:

    My Walgreen’s also wouldn’t allow it ~ the cashier tried and the register wouldn’t take the 50 cent off coupon after it had already taken the $2. Still a great deal with the $2 off ~ 1.17 total with tax for a 72-count box.

    The coupons in the flyer do say “one per person per offer” ~ I took that to mean you could only do a $2 off on one pack. Often coupons say “one per person per transaction”; since this one says “offer” it seems like you aren’t supposed to do this one over and over. But if it automatically takes off the appropriate numbers as one commenter above mentions, I guess that’s okay with them? I don’t know ~ anyone else have any thoughts?

  • Lori says:

    Do you have to buy additional items since you’re using 2 coupons on 1 product? I’m still trying to figure out how to shop at Walgreens.

  • Allison says:

    Thanks for posting this offer. My Walgreens price was $2.79, so with the $2 coupon and the $.50 coupon, I got them for $0.29 each! WOOHOO! 🙂 I had to buy 2 boxes of them for school supplies. I didn’t have any problem with the coupons working.

  • Jackie says:

    Yes it does take the #2 off even though the back says $1. Vegas, they are priced: $3.29, hey .79 cents not bad at all!!!!

  • Sadie says:

    If you can’t find the flyer, look in the school supply area–that’s where ours were. I looked all over the store and finally found them there!

  • Learning2CouponFL says:

    I had no problems doing this in Central Florida. The wipes were priced at $2.99. The first Walgreens I went to in my area was out of them but the second one had plenty. They even had advertisements for the $2 coupon taped to the shelves in the baby care section. I bought six tubs and paid $4.45 (including 7% sales tax). I used (4) $0.50 coupons and (1) $0.75 coupon, which I handed to the cashier first. One Walgreens coupon took off $12 (6 x $2).

  • says:

    Where can I find the 7/19 insert??

  • Jae says:

    I purchased about 10 of these last wk and the wags stores in my area vary in prices some stores were 2.99 and some were 3.29. I was wondering if someone could answer a ? i am new to riteaid and wags shopping. My riteaid accepts competitors coupons and the wipes will be on sale next wk for 2.50 so i was wondering if i use wags 2.00 coupon can i still use my manuf. coupon with wags coupon to make the wipes free. I have never taken competitors coupons to riteaid so i am not sure how it works. thanks in advance.

  • Barb says:

    How long are the Walgreens coupons for the Huggies wipes good for- is it still going on this week?

  • Alicia says:

    I would love to know if this is still going on as well!! : )

  • Sandy says:

    Every time I went to Walgreen’s they were always out of the wipes. So took a few of the coupon books with me and went to Walmart and they accepted them as an ad-match. So I got tubs of wipes for .37! Wanted everyone to know in case they were in the same situation.

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