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    I love The Script! Tinkerbella's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddduck View Post
    This sheet is incorrect. The largest case has 276 in size one and 246 in size two. (Pampers)
    FT: TONS of $1 Unilever Icecream,including BREYERS! EXP: AUG 31ST!



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    Junior Canuck
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    This is a great idea. We're always on the lookout for pampers deals for my brother and sister in-law. So glad we use cloth. YIKES diapers are expensive!
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    BUMP! Great thread!

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    Smart Canuck
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    RCSS has an unadvertised deal for huggies and pampers, i bought pampers baby dry box, Size 5, 84 diapers for 20.49, had a 10$ coupon too, so total came to 10.49 + tax) it also had 25$ worth of coupons inside the box , even without a HV coupon it is a great deal, Size 4 has i think 96 diapers and small sizes have way more diapers in the box



    my trade list and wishlist, check it out, tons of tearpads
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    CaToonie Evie84's Avatar
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    As a general rule for myself, anything under 0.18c per diaper is a good price. I'm also out West so I can stack as well when the coupons allow, which can go as low as free or like 0.02c per diaper. I won't pay over 0.18c unless I'm desperate though. So when I see a sale I just get out my iphone and use the calculator to see if its worth it. Sometimes it's actually better to use a coupon on the smaller packages/boxes that may/maynot be on sale, than to buy the bigger boxes.

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