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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RMN = Retail Me Not
  • 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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huggies diapers
Starting 4/12 at Target, you can get a great deal on Huggies Diapers! This deal makes diapers below the normal stock up price per diaper.

You can get a $10 gift card when you buy (2) packs of diapers plus a Cartwheel is available and a $2 off coupon to print. Go ahead and stock up for your little one!

What is a good per diaper price?

Newborn: 13¢ – 16¢
Size 1: 11¢ – 14¢
Size 2: 14¢ – 16¢
Size 3: 16¢ – 19¢
Size 4: 19¢ – 22¢
Size 5: 22¢ – 26¢
Size 6: 26¢ – 30¢

Deal Idea:


  • (2) Huggies Giant Pack Diapers, $34.99
    $10 Target Gift Card WYB Any (2) Diapers or Formula Items Listed
    (2) -$2 off Huggies diapers printable
    -5% off Huggies diapers, 72 ct. +, Target Cartwheel printable
    makes it $24.49 after gift card

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    • beattyjg

      What is the Target printable? I can’t seem to find it.

      • Samantha M

        It says printable, but it is just the offer to add on the Target Cartwheel app. :) HTH

    • karen

      Those stock up prices for diapers seem too high. I usually get diapers at the drug stores for around $0.12 each for size 5. You can pay 22 cents a diaper at costco or sams any day of the week.

      • Michelle Michele

        What kind of deals do you get from the drugstore? Like what do you usually buy?

        • karen

          Last week was a good example at Cvs. They had sale were you get $10 back on a $30 purchase. I bought 4 huggies jumbo packs. They were on sale for $9. My subtotal was $36. I used 4 $2/1 coupons plus a $6/$30 Cvs coupon and a $ 10 extra bucks from last week. My final total was $12 for 4 jumbo packs or $3 a piece.

          • Nicole Higgins

            Are they still less than the stock up price of you don’t factor in the extra bucks? I don’t like to factor the bucks in because usually I end up factoring them in twice. For example, I spent $5 after using a $10 extra buck and got $3 bucks back, it’s like I spent $2! No…I spent $5. Does that make sense?
            I’m trying to help a friend stock up so just wondering :)

            • Tie Dye Jen

              Factor in the ECB either when you get them or when you USE them-not both. I think it is easiest if you factor in when you use them so you are getting the idea based on actual out-of-pocket spending.

            • karen

              I factor them in as a ” like I’m getting them for…..” price. I roll mine from week to week. So, I used a $10 extra buck to buy them and then received a $10 extra buck at the end. My oop expense was really $12 plus tax. They run deals like this on a regular basis. Usually at least twice a month. Extra bucks are generally good for at least three weeks.

            • Nicole Higgins

              Thanks guys, I know how ECBs and CVS work I was just wondering how everyone compares their deals. I think I’m going to start buying a gift card every month and see how long I can make it last :)

            • jewells0607

              I always factor them in to whatever deal generates them b/c that’s the whole reason I’m buying that product, it’s part of the savings. I wouldn’t be buying the diapers if it weren’t giving me $10 back. If I use that $10 ECB next week, that’s just like using cash, it’s not savings.

            • Nicole Higgins

              So you are counting them twice if you factor them in when you buy the deal and then you treat them like cash, if I’m reading that correctly. You but $30 worth of diapers, get $10 back and use $5 to pay from last week, so you’re thinking ‘what a deal I only paid $25 and got $10 back so it’s like I got it for $15.’ Then the best week you spend $15 on makeup get $5 back and use the $10. So you treat the $10 like cash so you pay $5 and get $5 so you think you got it for free.
              That’s how I think of it sometimes too, but then you are counting them twice, once as ECBs and once as cash.

              Interesting to see how others do it :)
              Cvs has great deals but you have to be sure you are only counting the ECBs once, especially when doing diaper prices.
              Thanks everyone for your input!

            • jewells0607

              No. Just no.

    • aubztuck

      Yeah, I don’t think this is the best deal . . . unless I am missing something. According to my calculations with the coupon -5% for Cartwheels, -5% for the red card that I have, – the $10 CG . . . it still comes out to about 16 cents for size 1, 18 for size 2, and 20 for size 3. Which seems a little high to me. Did I do something wrong in my math? I can get a better deal at Costco any day. If you wait for their coupon you can get an even better deal.

    • Vanessa Siren

      I don’t like to factor any extra bucks you might have because that isn’t the reality of the price of the diaper! what if I just started shopping at CVS today? do you girls below can give a price of diapers from CVS WITHOUT factoring any extra bucks from previous weeks? I understand if you get some at the diaper transaction, but using some from other weeks doesn’t seem fair to the person just starting this week, this deal