This week at Target, Huggies jumbo packs are on sale for $8.00. Shopkick (a free app) has an exclusive Target mobile coupon to save $1.50 off Huggies. For the lowest price, stack the mobile coupon with a $2.00/1 manufacturer coupon. These are regularly $9.49–save over 50%!

A Shopkick mobile coupon is redeemed by scanning the barcode image in the app. Watch our video to learn more about this money-saving app!

Huggies Little Movers or Little Snugglers Jumbo Pack Diapers $8.00, sale price through 4/27
Use $2.00/1 Huggies Little Movers, Little Snugglers Diapers or Overnites Diapers from SS 4/21 (exp 5/18)
Or $1.50/1 Huggies Diapers from SS 4/21 (exp 5/18)
And use $1.50/1 Huggies Diapers, Target Coupon from Shopkick App
Or $1.00/1 Huggies Diapers, limit one identical coupon/offer per guest, Target Coupon from Target Baby Mobile Coupons (exp 4/27) text BABY4 to 827438
Final Price: $4.50


Check out this Huggies deal at Walgreens!

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56 thoughts on “Huggies Coupons: Jumbo Pack Diapers, Only $4.50 at Target!”

  1. meleari says:

    lacey did u also use the $5 off coupon from kmart???and if so where did u find it???

  2. nessa0716 says:

    So frustrated! The MQ in the SS 4/21 says cannot combine with any other Q. Also, Cashier would not let me use mobile Q more than once even though the shopkick app specifies limit four Qs per day per customer. All in all, frustrating trip. Going to try another Target after work.

  3. Kimhamm says:

    I have some 3.00 off little snugglers and pure and natural. I will be more than happy to send snail mail. I work in a hospital and they were in some of our expired parent mag.

  4. Darla says:

    I would love to do this deal but didn’t have any coupons in the newspaper this last Sunday 4/21. I don’t get why sometimes we don’t get any at all when I know they are out there. If they come next Sunday, I am sure the $8 sale will be over. :(

    • KayKay says:

      Make sure you are getting the biggest paper that you can. I live in Olympia, wa, but the Olympia paper doesnt get any of the good coupons, they only get a small issue SS and never get RP. The Seattle Times give the big SS but never RP and only like once every 3 months does it give P&G. Tacoma News on the other hand has them all! So make sure you look up which papers are best and know that you are getting the most coupons for your money!

  5. Jan says:

    There s also a Kimberly Clark rebate, get $5 WYB $25 or $10 WYB $35 all in one purchase and Huggies qualify.

  6. veny says:

    are the huggies slip on included?

  7. Does any one know if the little movers slip on coupon works with this deal??

  8. Sarah says:

    I have an I pod touch that I use for coupon apps and it doesn’t cost anything per month after the initial purchase. But I do have to be able to connect to a wifi network to use certain coupon apps outside of my house. Has anyone else has trouble with being able to connect when trying to use the Shopkick app at Target?

    • maritera says:

      I have Iphone and I have bad reception when inside Target. I have to use the target wi-fi. For some reason the shopkick app is always down. Its telling me opss it hit a pothole please try again. It is frustrating for me I have no idea why its like that inside Target. They dont have the shopkick walk in points in my state either. oh well too bad

      • Sarah says:

        That’s exactly the message I keep getting! Glad to know I’m not the only one…. it’s too bad, because some people seem to really earn a lot with Shopkick. I’m running really low on diapers too, but at least, I should be able to use the target mobile coupon!

  9. Lyndah says:

    I couldn’t find the Huggies MQ in any of the SS that I got this Sunday. Any one have the same issues living in Ca?

  10. My coupon in 4/21 was 2.50 off! Woohoo! Saving even more!

  11. toyentsmaria says:

    If you dont have a target by you like me then you can get the huggies Hawaiian style jumbo packs sizes 3,4, & 5 for $4.49 a pack at kmart. But only til 4/27. I just did the deal today. Kmart had them for $10.99 reg. Price and i used their in store coupon for $5.00 off the Hawaiian huggies style packs and also used my manufacturer coupon for $1.50 off. On the kmart in store coupon theres a limit of 5 packs per coupon. I found my coupon at the service desk. Well hope all gets this deal before it goes away. Goodluck all. :)

  12. lin says:

    does it say how many items we can use for the $1.50 shopkick app? is it just one time per item use?

  13. ruckusmaximus says:

    I believe I read somewhere about how to redeem these mobile coupons on this website but now I can’t seem to find it. Could someone please help us out? How do we print the mobile coupons without a smart phone?

  14. DianesDesigns says:

    I am totally and completely disgusted by this new concept on couponing…. I coupon to save money and we don’t have an I-phone (also to help save money)… this is terrible to only let a few save.

    • Mobile coupons utilize technological advances to help people save in additional ways.

      • and saves paper and ink!!!

        • Lyndah says:

          I agree with you Gloria! The other day I ran out of ink while printing coupons. The barcode was no longer legible so I had to throw them out :(

          • KayKay says:

            Even if the barcode is kind of broken up, you can still take it and try it. I have only tried it at Target, but I had a coupon that was missing like half of it’s barcode and the other half was a super light grey color but it scanned perfectly on the first try. So I say try it, but be super nice and say “This MIGHT work if you wouldn’t mind trying it” and try not to be that person who refuses to buy it without a coupon because your coupon didn’t scan.

    • Becky says:

      I totally agree!!!

    • Shelly says:

      I understand you are upset. I would be upset, too! But, iPhones don’t have to be expensive. I have an old iPhone 3Gs that I bought reconditioned (ie used) for under $100. And we use the smart talk unlimited plan for $35 a month. Just fyi…

    • Steph_power says:

      Try to look at this in a different way. I do not have an iPhone either, but the fact that I can save any money at all is a blessing. I would’ve paid full price for these diapers but instead, I’m saving $2 on these!

    • Anonymous says:

      Frankly, you seem to be a frustrated and negative person. Pizzaz would encourage you to write a letter to yourself. Where do you see yourself years from now? Will you be the same? Different? What kind of person will you be? Write a letter to your future self – 1 year from now will be a good start – and seal it. Make a date in your calendar to open it 1 year from today. Then start working to become the person you want to be when you open that letter!

    • Maryann says:

      Cost-benefit analysis: you’re probably better off without the iPhone anyway! (from a coupon-use-only perspective). Though it is nice being able to look up prices on the spot to make sure you’re getting a good deal. The majority of my savings come from printed and newspaper coupons, anyways. Items on ibotta are not things I typically buy. But sometimes I get them for free, so what the heck. Endorse, on the other hand… :)

    • Amy B says:

      most coupon apps are also available to android users too! :)

    • KayKay says:

      I completely agree. Those of us who need the coupons most are the same people who can’t afford a smart phone. I can’t afford a cell phone at all! So that makes stuff like ibotta and shopkick really frustrating to me.