Pampers get rid of feel n learn?

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Pampersgirl123

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I was on their website, and I couldn't find any feel n learn pull-ups, just easy up's, what gives? Did they not sell enough?
 

Pojo

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If they don't, Rite Aid still sell their own version of feel and learn...I wouldn't be surprised if CVS had them too
 

tdlrfootedpjs

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i saw them for sale in biglots by my house, look there and stock up as i think that they as discontinued.
 

Gingy

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Maybe they were updating their site and those just happened not to show up. Or maybe they're coming out with new ones that have more absorbabcy or a better fit, and need to clear the old ones out of the warehouse. Its not the end of the world!
 

hanzertas

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They got rid of them because they just changed the Easy-Ups to be more Like Pull-Ups. It used to be that Easy-Ups were designed more like a diaper, and meant for standing changes, but now they are the new training pants, so they don't need the feel and learns anymore. Big Lots, 5 Bucks!
 

toddlerboy

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I buy my diapers and pull-ups from Walgreens and there website has them still selling. I don't think they discontinued them. Maybe they are redoing the pampers website
 

TheFoxxehAssassin

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I think they are getting rid of em. Sad.. never even got to try them... Have you tried them? (you seemed concerned that your diaper supply would run out or something.:D
 

Hexaod

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I think they still sell them at Safeway.
The last time I checked, they were.
 

Target

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I thought there are some huggies called "cool Alert", maybe they are similar.
 

DprdC

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Actually, Pampers merged Feel N Learn into their regular Easy Ups pants. Easy Ups now has that feel wet liner.
 
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