These Huggies, Pampers, and Luvs diapers (sizes 1-3) should last almost a year! Thanks to the KCL team I stacked the $21.50 in manufacturer coupons with the $25 Target gift card promotion when you spend $100, and $8 in rebates at Checkout 51 (plus $5 new member promotion)! Total cost…$269.63…$0.13 per diaper. 60 packages, 2073 diapers, 12 packs of wipes

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17 thoughts on “Diapers for Days at Target!”

I know it’s not feasible for everyone, but you can get diapers from birth to potty training for $60 with econobum sets thru cotton babies.com otherwise, it seems like $269 is too much to pay, since you can usually get the same price per diaper without spending that much at once.

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Great job!!! I have 3 sets of huggies coupons that came in last weeks paper if anybody is interested. I have no use for them and I would hate to toss them out.

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I am please!!!

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I am

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Now that’s a super mom, hope you found Dr a cape there too lol

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I’m not sure if you know about Target Cartwheel but sometimes you can save additional % off certain products. Also Target Debit saves you an additional 5% after coupons, and you get Free Shipping on any purchase online. I also receive Target coupons in the mail from time to time. I know they track my purchases because the coupons I have received were for products I have purchased in the past. 🙂

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Do you think target has a better deal than cvs ? Trying to see which store has better deal

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I personally think CVS. With the 10 off 60 deal this week combined with other deals I paid .03 a diaper. But some weeks I pay up to .11 for pampers and Huggies. However it takes a lot longer to stock up. I can never get more than 4 packs a week and I wait for at least a 5 off 25 app offer with a 10.00 Extrabuck with coupons is a little under .11 on size 3. So the convenience of a quick stock up for this cheap is pretty impressive if you can afford 269.00. With CVS I usually only can buy every 2-3 weeks because that’s how the 10 Extrabuck promotion generally cycles.

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Also the first time I bought diapers I did it with no 5 off 25 coupon because you have to buy them to trigger the app coupons to start coming.

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Usually jumbo packs for $3 or less is the best price on them. Every once in a while there is an uber deal for free or $2 or less. The huge boxes are usually a trick to make you think it’s a better deal because there’s more in the box. But huggies coupon value is the same per pack size, devaluing it on boxes. Same for luvs. Pampers is typically $3 coupon on box, $1.50 coupon on bag. So not as bad until you figure out there is 3-4x as many diapers in the box than bag so you still lose coupon value using it on boxes vs small packs.

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Forgot to mention I submitted my walgreens receipt to ibotta for 9.00 and received a $5.00 register reward making the 3 packs $7.00 total or 2.33 each

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Not the best deal but very good for a beginner 🙂 I have been getting diapers, pull ups, and good nites averaging $2.00 the small packs. I have about 50 so far. This week I did the huggies deal at walgreens making 1 diapers, 1 pull ups and 1 goodnites for 2.33 each. I did the pampers deal at cvs. Bought 1 swaddlers and 1 cruisers. I used a 3.00 off 2 packs coupon. Did 2 transactions. Got $10.00 in extra bucks and submitted each receipt to checkout 51 making each pack 1.99

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It might not be the best deal but thats alot of diapers lol that’s how much I paid every two months for diapers before I started couponing. I was going to do this deal but I wasn’t going to pay 75 for the jumbo packs. The cashier rejected some coupons so I ended leaving the store. Now I am use to get the jumbo packs for like 2-3dollars and I feel like I am paying alot if I pay more than that :/

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I’m sooo jealous! Great job! 😀

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That’s a great haul! I wished I knew how to coupon while I was pregnant with my 2 daughters. It would of saved me tons of money! lol I used to get them the store brand $20-25 a box 3 boxes per month. Now my daughters are 2 and 1 years old. My oldest is potty trained already. But I still buy diapers for her, for when we go out to store or public places ( I don’t like her using public restrooms.) I now spend less than 20 per month for diapers, for both of my daughters. Love to take advantage of the CVS deals. This deal at Target is great I tried doing it but cashier did not let me use the Target coupon get 25 gc with purchase of 100 and a target coupon 10 off 50 diaper purchase. Also a formula Target couoon BOGO. She said I had to spend 20 more in diapers.

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I have only word word.
DAAAAAANG. ????

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