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Costco Members: Kirkland Signature Diapers: 192-Ct Size 1 or 174-Ct Size 2 EXPIRED

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Costco Wholesale has for it's Members: Kirkland Signature Diapers (sizes 1-6) on sale from $22.49. Shipping is free. Thanks saran.rmk

Note, limit 2 per member.

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  • 192-Count Size 1 $22.49
  • 174-Count Size 2 $22.49
  • 198-Count Size 3 $28.49
  • 180-Count Size 4 $28.49
  • 150-Count Size 5 $28.49
  • 120-Count Size 6 $28.49
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Sale is valid through 8/30/20 or while supplies last.

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Kirkland Signature Diapers Sizes 1-6 will be $7.50 off beginning Aug 5th lasting until Aug 30th 2020. The limit is 2 per size. Offer applicable both Inhouse and online. Sipping is free when you order at least 2 quantity

Size 1 - 192 count = $22.99 [costco.com]$29.99 [costco.com] >Now $22.49
Size 2 - 174 count = $22.99 [costco.com]$29.99 [costco.com] >Now $22.49
Size 3 - 198 count = $28.49 [costco.com]$29.99 [costco.com]
Size 4 - 180 count = $28.49 [costco.com]$29.99 [costco.com]
Size 5 - 150 count = $28.49 [costco.com]$29.99 [costco.com]
Size 6 - 120 count = $28.49 [costco.com]$29.99 [costco.com]



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pampers swaddler are not amazon diapers at all!
Kirkland pampers are not huggies quality exactly.!

re badging yes but quality difference exists.
Parents of 3 and tons of kids in the extended families and friendsPeace
these are rebadged Huggies. Amazon's diapers are rebadged Pampers . Parent with 2 young kids here
Weird I think the quality is actually better with new packaging. I tried the old version but didn't like it. Then the new version comes out and I actually like them a lot. I even use size 5 as overnight diaper for my size 4 kiddo.

Although, it might also because as my children grow older, I care less... XD

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Awesome. I was beginning to wonder if they would ever be on rebate again.
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Are these still good quality? I swear someone here said with the new packaging came worse quality.
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Are they cheaper in-store?
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Try Target's Up&Up brand, they are great and cost less.
Size 5 (128 ct - ) is $21.99 ($18.59 after 15% off w/t subscription + 5% red card)
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Are they cheaper in-store?
I bought size 4 a few weeks ago and it was same price online and in-store. Kirkland brand wipes are cheaper by $1 in store.
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Try Target's Up&Up brand, they are great and cost less.
Size 5 (128 ct - ) is $21.99 ($18.59 after 15% off w/t subscription + 5% red card)
Yes! Up and Up is the best bang for the buck. The quality is really good compared to Luvs.
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Does anyone know the quantity count on size 5 and 6?
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Does anyone know the quantity count on size 5 and 6?
150 and 120 respectively. Mentioned in post.
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Are these still good quality? I swear someone here said with the new packaging came worse quality.
these are rebadged Huggies. Amazon's diapers are rebadged Pampers . Parent with 2 young kids here
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Thanks OP! Will grab some. Kirkland is the way to go!
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these are rebadged Huggies. Amazon's diapers are rebadged Pampers . Parent with 2 young kids here
pampers swaddler are not amazon diapers at all!
Kirkland pampers are not huggies quality exactly.!

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Are these still good quality? I swear someone here said with the new packaging came worse quality.
Weird I think the quality is actually better with new packaging. I tried the old version but didn't like it. Then the new version comes out and I actually like them a lot. I even use size 5 as overnight diaper for my size 4 kiddo.

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Dad here, I pampers were my favorite but you can't really beat the costco ones. They were my second favorite. Huggies didn't do it for me.
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