Rewards Programs You SHOULD Join

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Free lunch bags, FREE Shutterfly, FREE diapers, FREE Coca-Cola, and more are all awaiting you, if you join all the right programs.  Rewards programs, that is.  The gist of most of these rewards programs is the same, enter their codes or save UPCs/proofs of purchase, and you can redeem some cool gear.  Where there is variation, I’ve tried to clarify.  If you are part of a rewards program that’s NOT listed here, pretty please let me know about it!  🙂

Rewards Programs to Join

Here are some great rewards programs you may wish to join, if you purchase their products: [Read more…]

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Get the Support You Deserve: Online Resources for New Moms

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While one of the most rewarding, and humbling life-long roles you’ll ever undertake, the venture in to motherhood can be quite perplexing, scary, lonely, and intimidating at times. That’s why it’s important for new moms to get the proper support once you join The Club.

Naturally, seeking out other moms in the same boat is a great way to ease in to mother hood, and help you face all the big and little decisions ahead of you. But, more than that, there is a wealth of support available online. Here are a few of my favorite online sources of new-mom support over the years:

  • What to Expect – This series, which you probably drank up whilst your little bun was cooking away in the oven, picks right back up after you bring your little bundle of joy in to the world. And stays with you through toddler-hood. Best of all, you can subscribe to their newsletter, and receive newsletters that correspond precisely with your baby’s ages and stages.
  • Gerber Milestones – Another great resource that goes beyond just baby food and baby formula. Plus, a great source for coupons along the way. (And if you do use formula, there are some high value Gerber coupons being sent out these days! Like, over $10!)
  • Huggies New Moms Club –  Register today to get access to expert advice from resources like Mommy Answers and the Welcome Baby Guide. Plus you’ll receive exclusive savings and special offers.

Do you have additional resources to add to this list? Please share!

Keep on saving!  :o)
–Barbara

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--Barbara

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HUGE SAVINGS!! Huggies AND Pampers on clearance!!

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I went to the Perimeter Target today, and they has TONS of diapers on clearance!  I found boxed diapers on clearance for $25, and “big packs” of Pampers on clearance for $16.82.  There were also boxes of Huggies Pure & Natural for just under $16.  Also, Size 6 Huggies Snug and Dry were clearanced for around $6!!


For even deeper savings, use these Target coupon:
* $1/1 Pampers Diapers, exp. 6/9/12 (Target P&G 04/29/12)
$3 off Select Huggies AND Coppertone Item Target printable


Then stack with these, appropriately:
$1.50/1 Pampers Swaddlers or Swaddlers Sensitive Diapers printable
$1.50/1 Pampers Cruisers or Baby Dry Diapers  printable
* $3/2 Huggies Diapers or Refill Wipes, exp. 6/10/12 (SS 05/06/12 R)
$2 off Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers AND Huggies Baby Wipes printable


PampersOn top of these savings, make sure you’ve enrolled in Pampers Gifts to Grow and/or Huggies Enjoy the Ride program, for even deeper savings and rewards!  (Actually, you need not even have children to reap the benefit of these programs, and “free” codes are always  floating around!)


Yes, this is a good way to stock up on cheap diapers! 🙂

Keep on saving!  :o)
–Barbara 

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**Cheap Diapers, Vegetables, Goldfish Bread, AND Dove Chocolate** Target Sales, Gift Cards, and Matching Coupons – 11/20/11 through 11/26/11

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Every week, Target offers free gift cards (gc), just for purchasing select items. This week, there’s also a few non-giftcard freebies, too.  Additionally, there are some great coupon match-ups in this week’s ad.  Finally, make sure you check out all the coupons available in this week’s circular, most are only good through Wednesday — so act quickly!!

Huggies OR Pampers jumbo pack diapers – $8.99 each
$5 gc WYB any 3 jumbo packs!
1.50/1 Huggies Little Swimmers @Target (Product Package)
$2/1 Pull-Ups Training Pants printable
$2/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diapers printable
$6/4 Huggies Diapers (Future Savings) printable
* $1/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-on Diapers, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 10/30/11 R)
* $2/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diapers (SavingStar.com)
* $1.50/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 12/17/11 (SS 11/20/11)
* $2/1 Huggies Little Snugglers or Little Movers Diapers, exp. 12/17/11 (SS 11/20/11)
* $1.50/1 Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, exp. 12/31/11 (Mailer)
* $2/1 Huggies Snug & Dry Diapers, exp. 12/31/11 (Walmart 11/06/11)
* $1/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 12/31/11 (Peelie)
* $3/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 1/31/12 (Porque Sabes Ahorrar Compras)
* $2/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 1/31/12 (Porque Sabes Ahorrar Compras)
* $2/1 Huggies Pull-Ups Training Pants, exp. 1/31/12 (Porque Sabes Ahorrar Compras)

* $2 off Pampers Bags or Box of Diapers or Pants, exp. 11/30/11 (P&G 10/30/11)
* $1.50/1 Pampers Diapers @Target, exp. 12/23/11 (RP 10/30/11 R)
* $1.50 off Pampers Diapers/Pants AND Wipes, exp. 12/31/11 (Mailer)

As low as $4.49 each after stacked coupons, PLUS a $5 gc!

Birds Eye Steamfresh Vegetables – $5/5
* $1/3 Birds Eye Frozen Vegetables, exp. 12/31/11 (Target Happy Thanksgiving Booklet)
As low as $0.67 each after coupon!
Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread – $2.49 each
* $0.50/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread, exp. 11/27/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
* $0.60/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread, exp. 11/27/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
* $1/1 Pepperidge Farm Goldfish Sandwich Bread, exp. 12/31/11 (Labels for Education Booklet)
* $2/4 Pepperidge Farm Bread, Stuffing or Croutons, exp. 1/15/12 (Share Something Delicious)

As low as $0.49 each after coupon!

Dove Chocolate 7.94 oz bag – $3.29 each
$1.50/2 Dove Bagged Chocolate Candies Target printable
* $1/2 Mars Holiday Product: M&M’s Brand Chocolate Candies For The Holidays, Dove Chocolate Promises, Mixed Minis, Chocolates For The Holidays Variety Pack, Snickers, Twix, Milky Way or 3 Musketeers Minis, exp. 12/25/11 (RP 11/13/11)
* B1G1 Dove Chocolate Bar, exp. 10/31/12 (Tearpad)

As low as $0.90 each after stacked coupons!


Kraft Stove Top (12-oz) OR Heinz Home Style gravy (6 oz) – $0.89 each
$3/1 Butterball Whole Turkey Fresh or Frozen wyb any combo of (4) Heinz Homestyle Gravy, Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls or Stove Top Stuffing Mix, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 11/13/11)
As low as $4.49 each after stacked coupons!


French’s French fried onions (6 oz) – $2.79 each 
* $0.50/1 French’s French Fried Onions, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 11/06/11)
* $0.50/1 French’s French Fried Onions, exp. 1/15/12 (Share Something Delicious)
$0.40/1 French’s French Fried Onions printable
$0.30/1 French’s French Fried Onions printable

As low as $1.99 each after coupons!


Del Monte canned vegetables – $0.49 each

As low as $0.37 each after coupons!
Campbell’s Condensed Soup – $0.59 each
$2.50/9 Campbell’s Condensed Soup (Future Savings) printable
$0.25/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soup, exp. 1/15/12 (SS 11/06/11 R)
$1/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soups, exp. 1/15/12 (Share Something Delicious)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soups, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/09/11 R)
$0.30/4 Campbell’s Condensed Great for Cooking Soup, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/09/11 R)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed Chicken Noodle or Tomato Soup, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/02/11 R)
$0.40/2 Campbell’s Condensed Soup, exp. 12/15/11 (SS 10/02/11 R)
$0.40/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soups, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
$0.25/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soup, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
$0.30/4 Campbell’s Condensed “Great for Cooking” Soup, exp. 11/30/11 (SS 09/18/11 R)
$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Kids Soup, exp. 12/31/11 (Labels for Education Booklet)
$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed “Great For Cooking” Soup printable
$1/5 Campbell’s Condensed Soup printable


Kraft Cheese 7 to 8-oz blog OR shredded – $2.29 each
$0.75/2 Kraft Cheese Target printable
As low as $1.92 each after coupon!

Breyers Ice Cream 1.5 qt crtn – $3.49 each
$1.50/2 Breyers Products printable
As low as $2.74 each after coupon!

Marie Callender’s Frozen Pies 36 to 46 oz – $4.99 each
$1.50 off Marie Callender’s Frzn Pie AND Reddi Whip topping Target Printable
* $1/1 Marie Callender’s Dessert Pie, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 11/13/11 R)
As low as $2.49 each after stacked coupons!

Aveeno Skin Brightening daily scrub 5 oz, OR Daily Moisturizing lotion 8 oz – $6.49 each

$5 gc WYB 3 of these items!
* $3/2 Aveeno Active Naturals Product, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 10/30/11)
* $1/1 Aveeno Active Naturals Product, exp. 12/31/11 (SS 10/30/11)
As low as $4.99 each after coupons, PLUS $5 gc!

Tresemme Fresh Start Dry Shampoo 5.7 oz – $4.49 each
$5 gc WYB any three products!

Up&Up wipes 240-ct OR 264 ct – $4.99 each
$1/1 Up & Up Product Target printable
As low as $3.99 after coupons!

Hoover Windtunnel Pet Rewind – $159
$20 gc WYB this item!
* $30 MIR Hoover Carpet and Floor Care Cleaner (RP 11/06/11)
As low as $109 after stacked coupons!

Eureka Airspeed Zuum – $99
$10 gc WYB this vacuum!

Shark Navigator Lift-Away – $179
$20 gc WYB this item!


Shark Professional Steam pocket mop – $129
$20 gc WYB this item!


Oreck XL Signature Plus II – $299
$50 gc WYB this item!


Brita Water Filtration pitcher, replacement filters (4pk), OR personal bottle system (2-pk) – $17.99 each
$1/1 Brita Filter printable
$5/1 Brita Water Filtration System printable
$2/1 Brita Water Filters printable
$2/1 Brita Filter Product printable
$2/1 Brita Bottle printable
* $2/1 Brita Bottle (Recyclebank)
* $4/1 Brita Pitcher or Faucet Mount System, exp. 12/31/11 (ALL YOU Oct ’11)

As low as $12.99.49 each after coupons!


Merona Men’s flannel sleep pants OR 3-pk flannel boxers – $10
Merona Flannel Shirt – $14

$3/1 Merona Apparel Target Mobile
20% off Men’s Merona Apparel Item Target printable
$3/1 Merona Clothing Target printable

As low as $7 each after coupon!


Taylor Swift live deluxe edition CD+DVD – $22.99
$5 gc WYB this item!


T-Mobile Samsung Dart – $149.99
$50 gc WYB this item!


HP PhotoSmart Plus e-All-in-One printer – $79.99
$30/1 HP PhotoSmart Plus eAll-in-One Printer Target printable
As low as $49.99 after coupon!  (Also available online!!)


Apple iPod Classic 160GB – $245 
$25 gc WYB this item!


Nook Color e-Reader tablet – $199
$30 gc WYB thi item!


Wii bundle – $149.99
FREE Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword ($49.99 value) WYB this bundle


Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy – $19.99
20% off Fisher Price Laugh & Learn Toy Target printable
* $5/1 Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Dance & Play Puppy printable 
As low as $10.99 after stacked coupons!



Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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Target Giftcard Offers and Matching Coupon: 8-21 to 8-27-11

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Every week, Target offers free gift cards (gc), just for purchasing select items. This week, there’s also a few non-giftcard freebies, too. How nice! ;o)


Here are this week’s deals.
Buy This:
(and coupon match-ups)
Pay this
(before coupons)
Get this
Any TWO 13.5 oz Nexxus conditioner
* $3/1 Nexxus Salon Hair Care Product, exp. 12/31/11 (Mailer)
$13.99
$5 gc
Any TWO Huggies big-pack diapers
* $1.50/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 9/28/11 (Target Baby Stuff Mailer)
*$2/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-on Diapers printable
*$2/1 Huggies Little Movers Diapers Target printable
* $1.50/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 9/10/11 (SS 08/14/11)

$3/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-on Diapers, exp. 9/10/11 (SS 08/14/11)
$3 off Huggies Newborn Diapers AND Wipes Target printable

* $1/1 Huggies Diapers, exp. 12/31/11 (Peelie)


$19.79
$5 gc
Any TWO:
* 32-ct Pedigree Dentastix
* Pedigree 20-lb dog food
* “select others”

$1/1 Pedigree Dry Dog Food, exp. 9/11/11 (RP 08/07/11)
$1/1 Pedigree Dog Food printable

$12.99
$5 gc
Any FOUR SoBe Pure watermelon, Lifewater, and Lipton 100% natural iced tea


* $1/2 Sobe Lifewater, exp. 11/30/11 (Aquafina Water Case Coupons)
* $1/2 Lipton Iced Tea Product, exp. 11/30/11 (Aquafina Water Case Coupons)
4 for $4
Buy 4, get one free
Buy any TWO “sandwich fixings” listed:
– 24-ct Kraft cheese singles
– 7- to 9-oz Oscar Mayer Deli Fresh lunchmeat


$1/2 Kraft Cheese Singles Target printable
* $0.55/1 Select Kraft Cheese Slices, exp. 12/31 (Kraft Food & Family)
$2.99 each
FREE 24-oz Arnold 100% whole wheat bread
Udraw! Studio game and tablet for Wii
$69.99
$20 gc
Xbox 360 – Deus Ex: Human Revolution (Available Tuesday)
$59.99
$10.00

Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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Finding (and Stocking Up On) Cheap Diapers!

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I frequently brag about never paying more than $5 for a pack of diapers.  It’s one item I refuse to pay full price for, particularly given what will -ahem- end up in them…

Recently, I was asked how the heck I manage such a feat.  With this question, I realized I’ve overlooked explaining a few basics to y’all.  So, I will happily reveal my diaper-buying secrets.  :o)

 

(And, yes, most of these tips can be applied to just about anything you frequently buy.)

  • Good things come in small packages.  And I’m not just referring to yours truly. ;o)  With most items I buy with coupons, I find that nine times out of ten, I can get the best deal, not by buying in bulk, but by purchasing the smallest package.  Using coupons drives down the unit price significantly more when you buy the smaller item.  This theory will almost always hold water.  Every blue moon, I find a good deal on a box of diapers, but the vast majority of diapers I’ve purchased in the last five years have been the small packs.
  • Coupons, coupons, coupons!  I never, ever, ever, ever, buy diapers without coupons in hand. (Well, I did this one time on a pack of CVS store brand pack on clearance, but that’s another story…)  A high value diaper coupon is usually for $2.00 – $3.00.  Printable coupons also float around online from time to time.  (Did you know I have a whole page just for baby-related coupons?)  If you find one of these, hold on to it; don’t rush right out and use it, because…
  • Timing is key.  Taking my coupons with me, I wait until stores have a good sale on diapers. (I recommend creating a price book, so you can track the sales cycle for items you buy frequently.  It takes a little time to set up and maintain, but I promise it’s totally worth it in the long run!)  Usually, $8.99 is a good sale price for a small pack of Huggies or Pampers.  Luvs tend  to come in slightly larger packs, and usually priced a buck or two higher.  So, combined with a high value coupon, you can score a pack for around six bucks.  ….but wait a minute, I said I never pay more than FIVE for a pack: here’s the real secret:
  • BONUS BUY!  Combine your manufacture coupons with store coupons. This is called “stacking”.  Target printable coupons, Publix coupons, CVS Extra Care Bucks, Rite Aid UP Rewards, and Walgreens’ Register Rewards can all be combined with your high value manufacture coupons to drive down the cost of those diapers even further.  Furthermore, Target periodically offers gift card incentives when you buy particular diapers.

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  • Further Icing on the Diaper Cake Another way to add to the savings is to sign up for Huggies “Enjoy the Ride” program, Pampers “Gifts to Grow” program, and Luvs mailing list.  All send out coupons to its members on a fairly regular basis.  Huggies and Pampers allow you to accumulate rewards points from packs of diapers and wipes you purchase; points can be used for all sorts of things, including coupons for FREE packs of diapers.
  • A few more pointers I’ve learned along the way:
    • If the store brand is still cheaper, even when you do all of the above, the decision should be clear.  GO WITH THE STORE BRAND!
    • This system works best if you are not brand dependent.  I completely understand that y’all may be loyal to a certain brand, for a plethora of reasons.  However, I do advise shopping around if you can, and trying out different brands.  I’ve only found one store brand to be sub par (Wal-Mart’s Parent’s Choice — the tabs seemed to come off easily in the midst of changings), so I’ve been pleased overall with simply buying whatever is cheapest.
    • Not sure you want to commit to a whole package?  All the name brands offer free samples/trial packs fairly frequently — take advantage of that.  Rite Aid’s store brand, Tugaboos, are sold in “trial packs” of 3(?) for a buck.  Sam’s and Costco also frequently offer sample/trial packs of their diapers.  This is a great way to test the waters, without making a huge financial commitment.
    • Also, I always peruse the clearance sections.  I’ve found Pampers and Luvs on clearance before, and were able to drive down the cost even further with coupons.  I’ve gotten packs for under $3 from the clearance section, BEFORE COUPONS!  It’s rare, but if you always keep your eyes peeled, and coupons handy, you can score some great loot!  (I’m also not ashamed to admit I scored a pack of size 1 Huggies for under three bucks at Goodwill, too!)
The key to taking FULL advantage of diaper deals is to stock up when there are great diaper deals to be had.  I have a few friends and family members (who don’t have diaper-age children) who supply me with their coupons.  Therefore, at any given time, I have at least THREE coupons available for use.  Thus, I am able to stock up when I see a good deal.
So, that, in a nutshell, is how and why I never pay more than five bucks for a pack of diapers.  Make sense?

If you have any additional tips, questions, dastardly rude comments, or snide remarks about cheap diapers, I’d love to hear it.  :o)

Also, if you’re ready to ditch the diapers, learn how to potty train in less than a week.  AND read over some invaluable potty training tips and essentials.

Potty Training Essentials

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Printable Huggies Coupons + MORE Printable Huggies Coupons = WOO HOO! (squared)

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There are some HOT Huggies printable coupons available at the moment.  First, go here and tell 3 friends about Huggies coupons.  In turn, you get to print a $3.00 coupon for Huggies.  (And since it’s a bricks coupon, just hit the back button, and you can print it again.  SCORE!)


Second, go here to print two more $3.00 Huggies coupons.  (If you’ve already printed them twice, you will be unable to do so again.)

I hear rumors of a Target printable Huggies coupon for $2.50, but I haven’t been able to find it.  If you find it, please please please let me know!  Remember, you can stack store coupons with manufacture coupons from either of the first two sites.  You don’t have to be a fellow math nerd to know, this makes for some cheap diapers!

Finally, do a little dance — jiggety, jig-jig-jig!  You just got yourself some cheap diapers!!

Ok.  I’ll lay off the caffeine…
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REVISED: Target Huggies or Pampers Deal

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I must revise yesterday’s post from, regarding the diaper deal at Target.  What I failed to realize was that the Target printables are manufacture coupons; thus, you may not combine them with the SmartSource coupon, too.  

My apologies for the error — and thanks to the anonymous commenter for making me aware of it.  :o) 

It’s still get a good deal, when you combine it with the right coupons.  Plus, you can use any of those high value Pampers $3.00 coupons, if you’ve been lucky enough to obtain them.

Buy 3 packs of Huggies at $8.99 each        $26.97
Use 3 printable Target $3.00 coupons*                  -9.00  (look for “baby” under “coupon categories”)
Use 3 printable SmartSource $1.50 coupons         – 4.50
                                                                                     $17.97  plus get a $5 giftcard
                                                                                       
                                                                                    (That’s $5.99 per pack.)

Repeat for a 2nd transaction, using the same coupons, and using the $5 giftcard, and you’ll pay $12.97 for 3 packs.  …and you’ll walk away with ANOTHER $5 giftcard!

In sum, you can walk away with 6 packages of diapers for $30.94  — that’s about $5.17 per pack.

…and thus, my not-so-secret love affair with Target continues!!  Now y’all go stock up on diapers! :o)

* – You may only print 2 coupons through Target’s website.  Thus, in order to get 6 coupons, you must get creative.  Remember, it is UNETHICAL to make copies of printable coupons; however, you can always borrow your neighbor’s printer, your work’s printer, your spouses’ work printer, etc.  Get creative –just do so ethically.  :o)  

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Target’s Huggies Deals — STOCK UP!

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Remember I told you about getting a $5 giftcard when you buy 3 jumbo packs of either Huggies or Pampers this week?  You can really capitalize on this offer, when you combine it with the right coupons.  You’ll need to make two transactions.  Here’s how:


Buy 3 packs of Huggies at $8.99 each        $26.97
Use 3 printable Target $3.00 coupons*                  -9.00  (look for “baby” under “coupon categories”)
Use 3 printable SmartSource $1.50 coupons         – 4.50
                                                                                     $13.47  plus get a $5 giftcard


Repeat for a 2nd transaction, using the same coupons, and using the $5 giftcard, and you’ll pay $8.47 for 3 packs.  …and you’ll walk away with ANOTHER $5 giftcard!

In sum, you can walk away with 6 packages of diapers for $21.94  — that’s about $3.66 per pack!

…and thus, my not-so-secret love affair with Target continues!!  Now y’all go stock up on diapers! :o)

* – You may only print 2 coupons through Target’s website, and through SmartSource.  Thus, in order to get 6 coupons, you must get creative.  Remember, it is UNETHICAL to make copies of printable coupons; however, you can always borrow your neighbor’s printer, your work’s printer, your spouses’ work printer, etc.  Get creative –just do so ethically.  :o)  
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Walgreens – HOT deals on Huggies and M&Ms

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I’ve worked on this deal for this week at Walgreens.  If you play your cards -er, coupons- correctly, you could walk away with a pack of Huggies for FREE!


First, in one transaction, purchase the following:
Holiday M&Ms are 4/$10, plus get $5 in Register Rewards (“Jingle Cash”)
– use two of these $1.00 off coupons the Pretzel M&Ms, when you “like” M&Ms on Facebook (it’s a bricks coupon, so you can hit the back button to print twice)
– Thus, you can get 4 bags for $8, plus get the$5 in RR
Huggies are 2/$18 w/$3 in RR
– use this coupon for $2.50 off or use the ones from last week’s paper for either $3.00 (Pure & Natural) or $2.00 for Little Movers or Little Snugglers
– You’ll get 2 packs of Huggies for as low as $12

Currently, for every $25 you spend, you get $5 in RR.  So, from that one transaction, you’ll walk away with $13 in RR.  Apply that $13 in RR to another 2 packages of Huggies, and you can get them for as little as $2.00 a pack!  Here’s how it breaks down:

Huggies 2/$18
                     – $5 RR (5/$25)
                     – $5 RR (M&Ms)
                     – $3 RR (Huggies)
                     – $5 (2 $2.50 coupons)
                        $0

Yep, you can walk away with two packs of Huggies for free (plus tax of full price).  However,  you’ll need to throw in four small items, preferably less than a dollar.* 


*Remember, Walgreens registers do not allow more coupons than items purchased, and RRs are considered coupons to their registers.

Check out the other items offering Register Rewards (“Jingle Cash”) this week at Walgreens.

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