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  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Did you get the $3 off Huggies coupon from Coupons.com?  It’s still available if you haven’t printed it yet.

Already got it and want more?

You can print 2 more $3 off Huggies Diapers from this link!

(thanks Alisha!)

Note:  All the coupons, from any link are printing with a 2 week expiration date.
There are good Huggies deals at Rite Aid & Walgreens next week as well as CVS in two weeks.

    • stephylow

      Thanks So Much Jenny, Im so excited that I can buy these so inexpensively for my friends that are expecting a baby, totally gonna blow their minds at the baby shower!!

    • April

      Can we use more than one of these coupons at the same time??

      • Brooke82

        Use as many as you want. I plan on using 15 this weekend. I have two kids under 2 so I need diapers at a good price!

    • 3monkeysmom

      I'm wondering if these can be used on Pull-Ups, since they are a Huggies brand. The Pull-Ups are always included in a Huggies sale. But..the coupon says “off any Huggies DIAPERS.” Would be nice to be able to use it, all the other coupons I have for Pull-Ups are $1.50 or $2.

      • RushNSaver

        It says ANY HUGGIES DIAPERS on coupon, so you can use it for pull-ups or little snugglers or etc :) You can not use it in combination with other manufacturer coupons though. :) I hope this helps

        • 3monkeysmom

          Thanks! I wasn't sure, since they're training pants. I'm also worried about the store scrutinizing it. I have some RR's at Wags I need to get rid of. They have a RR deal in the next ad for Huggies, Kotex and something else. I am hoping to use these coupons for Pull-Ups but we all know how Wags can be :-)

          • RushNSaver

            If you purchased Huggies at Walgreens before and got Rewards Dollars for them, Walgreens might not let you use it on another purhcase of Huggies to get another Rewards Dollars. I like CVS the best, thier ECB work all the time unlike Walgreens.

            • Brooke82

              But you have to remember that at Walgreen's you can do the RR deals as many times as you want. At CVS you can only do a deal for ECB's a limited amount of times. The only downside at Wag's, like you said, is that you can't roll the RR's over to your next purchase of the same item, such as diapers. Still worth it to me though!

            • TonyaC

              My CVS in Wetumpka, AL price matches to Walgreens so for example I went to CVS yesterday & purchased 2 packs of Huggies diapers & 1 tub of Huggies wipes. It looked like this:
              8.99 Walgreens price
              8.99 Walgreens price
              3.49 wipes at CVS price
              -4.00 off 20.00
              -4.00 off wyb diapers & wipes (CVS coupon)
              -3.00 off diapers (CVS coupon)
              -3.00 manufacturer – diaper
              -3.00 manufacturer – diaper
              -.75 manufacturer – wipes
              Total w/ tax = $5.12 (paid for with gift card for leaving prescription there & not transferring it w/ Winn Dixie coupon offer)

            • 3monkeysmom

              The RRs I have are from a couple of weeks ago, from buying toothpaste I think.
              I like CVS better too, they're the complete opposite of Wags. But if Wags is having a really good deal, I usually go for it. I just know which employees to avoid and go on the days they aren't there :-)

          • brendak27

            how do you get the next weeks add so soon?

            • 3monkeysmom

              I get Walgreens email newsletter on Friday's. They always have a sneak peek of the weekly ad that starts on Sunday . Just go to walgreens(dot)com and sign up for it. It's on their home page. It says “Get a Sneak of Our Weekly Ad,” about the middle of the page :-)

            • 3monkeysmom

              Sorry, that should be: “Get a Sneak Peek of Our Weekly Ad.”

        • Lucy

          I didn't think that you could use Huggies diapers coupon on Pull Ups. Have you done this before? This would be a sweet deal, pull ups are great for a toddler who never wants to get dressed.

    • maggiemason

      Thank you!!

    • MistyB

      I took some of these coupons the last time I printed them to Rite Aid (a couple of weeks ago) and the bar code number was the same on both of them, like the bar code on these 3. I was told by the manager that I could not use them b/c they were fraud coupons!! I told her where I had printed them and she gave me a long explanation of why this happens yada yada yada. So I'm wondering since these coupons have the same bar code number, am I going to have a hard time again? And is she right?? I'm new to the coupon world and still learning about it all. Thanks in advance!!

      • Brooke82

        All of my printables also have the same barcodes. It has never been a problem with me in the past at any store I have shopped at. You should try to go to a different store. Sounds like the manager is not coupon friendly at all. If there isn't a different store to go to, I would ask to speak to someone higher than them and explain what happened.

        • MistyB

          Thank you! I had manufactors coupons I used at the same time so maybe she just didn't like the “printed” ones. I'm going to go to CVS this time, I have ECBs to use anyway! Plus I know the manager in there so she shouldn't give me a hard time. Thanks again!!!

          • kayborkowski

            And letting her store know this in a nice way will probably make them more coupon friendly.

        • Barb

          No, the barcodes are not the same. They refer to the ones under the expiration date in order to guarantee a unique issue. This is one instance where I would definitely push the envelope with a store because they can verify these coupons online.

          Also, you can call coupons.com and they will contact specific stores to explain these coupons. It is truly a matter of ignorance.

        • Barb

          No, they don't have the same barcodes. Look under the expiration date.

          • Barb

            Educate the managers about these coupons. They are issued by a reputable source.

          • Brooke82

            I think the manager was probably referring to the bottom barcodes. Like you said, ignorance.

      • kayborkowski

        I had the same thing happen to my DH and I at our CVS with the deodorant last week. I very politely told him that they were from the manu. site and that it didn't matter how many sites you went to, you could only print 2. He tried to continue the argument but we just smiled and told him to have a great Sunday:)

      • LN

        The bar codes at the bottom of the coupon should be same on every coupon. It's the bar code under the expiration date that is supposed to be different. There are some ways to prove that it's not a copy, starting with the different bar code number under the exp. date. Also, if you'll look at the very fine print around the coupon (where the little scissors are) you'll see the date that you printed the coupon. If you printed them on two different days then that number will be diff. Next, right before the date is a “01” for the first one you printed and a “02” for the second one you printed. Right after the date is the time you printed it. If you print them back to back the time might be the same, but if you don't, then the time will be different. Even if it's different by 1 min., it's another way to show the store personnel that it's in fact not a copy. Of course, I actually had a cashier claim that I had copies once (I think b/c they were in black and white even though people can copy in color too!) even after I showed her the two diff. bar codes under the exp. date. In my head I was thinking, “Yes, I copied it with my magic copy machine that can also change the numbers on the next copy!” Instead, I asked for a manager who laughed at the whole thing and set the cashier straight. After that, I noticed other ways to be able to show store employees that a coupon was not copied.

        • Elizabeth

          Ok, I work at Publix and this is how I was trained: The bar code itself (the part that is scanned) should be the same for the same coupons BUT if the number under the expiration date is the same, it is not a valid coupon. The store will not get the money for 2 coupons with the same code. (I actually called the manufacturer to varify.) Hope this helps.

      • Barb

        No, if they were exactly like these coupons, she is definitely not right. These have built-in security features and tells where to verify on them.

    • new2qs

      The only problem I can foresee is that all the Huggies will be gone by the time I get to CVS or Walgreen's. I'm getting very frustrated with loading and unloading my kids to go into these stores only to find that there is nothing left of whatever it was that I wanted. I'm just about to give up on the drug stores since I can't get there Saturday night or whenever people are clearing out the store. :-(

      • RushNSaver

        Ask for Rain check and make sure they put price on them that is sales price and the ECB rewards. Also tell them that your coupons might expire by the time you get back and ask them if they will make a not if it is ok to use epxpired coupons. I hope this helps.

      • Brooke82

        I get the same way when a new sale comes up. I get so dissapointed when the items I have been planning to buy are gone when I get to the store. I have recently realized that you can get rain checks. It's not as good as going in that day and getting what you planned on getting but it's better than missing the sale. Also, ask the cashier when the truck comes in. This way if you miss the sales on Sat. and Sun., you can go back the day that the truck arrives and you know that there will be more available.

      • Kristin

        Same deal here. Hauling kids to 3 stores only to find they are out of the items you need makes for a cranky mom!

      • Barb

        Our Walgreen's is not 24 hour so I can go early Sunday morning~most people around here would not be caught out of bed on Sunday early for anything less than an earthquake, LOL.

        I would definitely do the rainchecks, though. The way I look at it, you are always going to have another trip to the store.

        I got free toothpaste this week at Wag's and was definitely worth the stop to not have to pay for it.

    • elisa

      This is so great! Thank you so much for all your hard work finding us deals!

    • Brooke82

      I have several coupons for Huggies Overnites. Can I use them for regular Huggies diapers or do I have to use them specifically on the Overnite diapers?

      • Brooke82

        Nevermind, I got my answer. Thanks!

    • kayborkowski

      Thanks Jenny, I don't have any babies any more but I can donate to Birthright

    • HOLY HUGGIES!! Thanks and linking!

    • missielee

      There is a $1.50 off of Huggies on Target's site. It is a Target coupon. They are on sale until Sunday for $8.50. $8.50 – $3 Huggies coupon – $1.50 Target coupon = $4 for a jumbo pack!!!!

      • Lucy

        Thanks! I'm going to Target then. I love CVS but if I go to Target that's less money out of pocket :)

    • Trisha

      Thank you so much for all you do. You are really helping my family save money!!!

    • Ruth

      I'm so excited!! What an awesome coupon!! Thanks so much!! I have really been able to bless others with my purchases….because I have so much for my family!!!

    • Em

      You can also become a fan of Huggies on Facebook to print a $3 Huggies Diaper coupon.

    • jbushwack

      How do you know that they are going to be on sale next week already – so you can plan the best way to use such a great coupon!

    • Shelly

      There is another $3 off coupon if you become a fan of Huggies on their facebook page!

    • daizie_1

      I used 2 of these coupons this morning WITH a Kmart coupon for $10off a $20purchase I found last night. I was able to buy 72 diapers for $6!!! I have a 5month old and a Toddler who wears night time diapers only so this was a HUGE blessing! We only use Huggies so this was great! I have 2more I am going to hold on to and hopefully find another great deal in the next couple of weeks!
      Oh and someone mentioned this already but it is worth a repeat, if you become a fan on Facebook they have a coupon deal up right now as well!
      Every little bit helps and $3 off is a big deal :)

    • HEATHER

      hey, wanted to let you know the four coupons I printed didn't last long, haahha I needed wipes in a bad way, but I am not as prepared as I have been in the past for a shopping trip (list, best prices, game plan!). I ran into Walgreens (so I could use the DVDATWAG code for the redbox), and found Huggies wipes are 6.99 for the 216 refill pack, BUT THEY'RE OFFERING $5 RR back when you buy three qualifying products (don't recall the others, I just needed wipes). So, three wipe packs were $4 each and I got the $5 back, so I just wanted to let you know in case anyone was looking for a wipe deal and wanted to burn up the Huggies coupons today! thanks for all you do!

    • foxymama2

      Bought 2 packs at Target $8.50 each minus (2) $1.50 off target coupons and (2) $3.00 off manuf. coupon = $4.00 each for packs of diapers! Thanks! Great deal:)

    • Anonymous

      Publix in Aiken,SC had at their service counter today a “one stop one store” coupon brochure with a girl and mom on the front (in corner “over $61 in savings inside”). In it is a Publix store coupon for $3 off a box of Huggies diapers (exp. 4/21). Remember since this is a store coupon, you can match it with the $3 off Huggies coupon off Coupons.com. The brochure also had Enfamil coupons.

      I don’t know what they sell their boxes of diapers for but this is probably a great deal. Fortunately, my five children are finally out of diapers and pullups after dealing with them for 14 years!

    • Pat

      Thanks for the extra $3 coupons…..

    • Felicia

      You can print TWO of the $3 off coupons from the facebook link after becoming a fan!

    • Anonymous

      Here is a coupon for pull-ups!

      http://www.pull-ups.com/na/pullups_coupon.aspx

    • britani

      There is a target coupon for huggies pure and natural.

    • Z’s Mom

      I am COMPLETELY bummed! I just went to my local CVS here in Macon, GA, on Riverside/Pierce and they couldn’t scan the -3.00 coupons from diapers.com even though they were a nice neat print (no low resolution or any of the usual problems). The cashier said they won’t key in coupons manually anymore: if it won’t scan they won’t accept it. There was no manager to talk with. Anybody else have any problems redeeming them or any suggestions on this?!

    • lei

      The coupon does work for Goodnights! Used it today at Walgreens without a problem. I assume it'd work for pull-ups too. Thanks!

    • TonyaC

      My CVS in Wetumpka, AL price matches to Walgreens so for example I went to CVS yesterday & purchased 2 packs of Huggies diapers & 1 tub of Huggies wipes. It looked like this:
      8.99 Walgreens price
      8.99 Walgreens price
      3.49 wipes at CVS price
      -4.00 off 20.00
      -4.00 off wyb diapers & wipes (CVS coupon)
      -3.00 off diapers (CVS coupon)
      -3.00 manufacturer – diaper
      -3.00 manufacturer – diaper
      -.75 manufacturer – wipes
      Total w/ tax = $5.12 (paid for with gift card for leaving prescription there & not transferring it w/ Winn Dixie coupon offer)