Hah, it only took me a year to figure out that, with one $99/30 diaper promotion ending [7th Gen], Amazon might be launching a new one around the first of the month. But those sly marketing execs don't miss a trick. They actually started a Huggies promotion last week, on the 24th of April. Still, it runs through May 31.
You know the drill: make a giant $99 order of Huggies products [here's the list of qualifying merch] by May 31, get a $30 gift certificate to use on Amazon starting some time in July. [here are the full rules and details].
Now, the patterns getting pretty clear: Amazon rotates through the major diaper brands and hopes to sell you all the diapers you'll need--until your brand comes back around on sale. Is that how it works for people? Do you end up with enough diapers in the right size that you never see the inside of a grocery store or drugstore anymore? Seriously, what's it like buying all these diapers, people?