I was in my local Target yesterday and they seem to be discontinuing the big boxes of diapers (the 100+ counts for size 5 and below) of both Huggies and Pampers and they were 30% off. Last week they were $5 off, but this week it was $10 so for the 100 count size 5 I got Huggies for just over 20 cents per diaper. Even though I still have a big box and a half from last week, I bought 2 more boxes. I wish I'd had a coupon, but even with a coupon you won't find name brand diapers that cheap in a store.
Just thought I'd share so others can check out their local Targets and see if they have the same deal.
I did something similar with underjams for my daughter. We were on the verge of being fully trained at night and I used the last one. We got two into the new bag when she decided that they were for babies and that she could get up first thing and go rather than play in bed until it was too late. So now I'm stuck with most of a pack of pull ups I probably won't use since my second is a boy and I think the padding is located differently between boy and girl underjams.
My son is only 21 months, not really verbal and showing no interest in the potty yet, so I think I'm good for a couple of months to use up the three boxes I have left.
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