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New $2/1 Huggies Pull-Ups CVS Store Coupon + Great Upcoming Deal Scenario (Starting 6/24)

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Wow! I just wanted to give you CVS shoppers a heads up on a *HOT* Huggies Diapers deal you can score at CVS, starting 6/24! Head on over to CVS.com to print a $2/1 Pull-Ups Training Pants CVS store coupon that can be stacked with manufacturer’s coupons. Even sweeter, starting 6/24, whenever you spend $30 on baby care products, you’ll get back a $10 Ecb. Check out this deal scenario:

Spend $30 on Huggies, Johnson’s, and other participating Baby Care products = $10 Ecb (limit 1)
Deal Scenario:
Buy 2 Huggies Pull Ups Jumbo pk 2/$20
Buy 1 Huggies Diapers Jumbo pk 2/$20
Total = $30
Use 2 $2/1 Pull-Ups coupons found here (sign up) or the regional $2.50/1 coupons found in the 6/17 SS (value may vary by region)
Plus, use the $2/1 Pull-Ups CVS store coupons found here (limit one per customer)
Plus, use the $2/1 Huggies Little Movers or Little Snugglers coupon found in the 6/17 SS
Or the $3/1 Huggies diapers coupon found in the Spring issue of CVS Reinventing Beauty mag. (Expires 6/30!)
Pay as low as $20
Get back $10 Ecb
Final cost as low as $10 for all 3 – just $3.33 per pack!

What a great price for name brand diapers! Keep in mind that although this deal doesn’t start until Sunday 6/24, be sure to print these coupons now as they may not last long.

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48 Hip Readers Commented

  • Amanda says:

    So happy to see the Gerber formula on this deal, I have a couple $10 formula checks so after ecb it will be like $14 for two tubs of formula!

  • Jennifer says:

    Are the Pull-Ups 2/$20 or $20 a pack…..

  • Ruth says:

    Yay! Thank you, Collin! I am due in November and have one still in pullups, so I’m always stocking up on diapers. What a great deal!!! :)

  • mom says:

    Great deal! I can’t get the Huggies Pull UP site to log me in. I even put “don’t remember password” and it emailed the one I was trying to me. It just keeps going back to the log in page. Not sure what I am doing wrong! Goodluck to everyone else getting it. I will keep trying. Thanks for the heads you Collin!

    • Shannon says:

      For those of you having problems with the Pull-Ups website, I had the same problem last week and had to call Huggies. You have to clear out all the cookies on your computer and then retry. It should work for you after you clear it all out (temp internet, cookies, etc). Hope that helps! :)

    • Amy says:

      I am having the same problem…have you been able to log in?

  • Carrie says:

    My cvs had huggies overnights on sale for $3.24 a pack tonight with the $2/1 coupon from coupons. Com makes it $1.24 a pack! My transaction was this…. Got 3 bags used 3 $2/1 plus $3 gift from cvs for my birthday, paid $1.19 for all 3!!!!

    • crystal says:

      wow what a great deal. my cvs has these for $6.49 still. i love to stock up on diapers when they are on sale. with 2 kiddos in diapers i really could use all the discounts i can get :)

    • Ashley says:

      My CVS Had the CVS Brand overnight diapers for 2.24 a pack, I bought 4 :) Plus got 4 12 packs of pepsi products (Used the dollar off coupons from commonkindness.com) all for 11 dollars… (The machine was spittin out 5 off 15 coupons!) I was so excited about that trip!

  • Merrell says:

    Pullups.com has a $2.00 off coupon on the Huggies pull ups and a $1.00 off pull up flushable wipes coupon to use at Walmart on the pull ups wipes that are priced at $1.64. so $0.64 after coupon on the wipes.

  • Ashley says:

    I am so excited that I have to share this. I saw this post and for a second thought “AWESOME” I am always in search of diaper sales. Then I remembered, I just potty trained my son! It took us one week. He has not had a accident now in three weeks!

    • amanda says:

      What worked for you? My sons only 2 1/2 but he was totally into it for a while and now wants nothing to do with the toilet :(

    • Karen says:

      I’m having a hard time potty training my daughter. She is scared of the “big potty” so I bought her a potty chair and she is more scared of that.

      • Ashley says:

        Try having her put her dolls and stuffed animals on the little potty. Also make sure she comes in to the bathroom when you go so she knows everyone doe sit.

    • Gwenny says:

      Wow! What’s your tips, about to start with my little girl and could use any advice I can get.

      • Jenny says:

        Switching to underwear except at night worked for us. Diapers or pullups during the day just confused my daughter. Put them on the potty every 20-30 minutes at first. Also bought a small potty to keep in the car & would have her go before & after every outing. Good luck:)

        • amanda says:

          I have three little boys and they were all potty trained before they were two just let them run around nagged during the day at home then like jennt said keep one in the cat and make them potty before they gery out it is hard but hey it is like being a really high value coupon not having to buy those diapers any more lol

        • Shayla says:

          It may sound gross, but I let my little girl pee herself over and over ’til she got it. first day we went through about 15 pairs of underwear, 10 the next, and by day 3 or 4 something clicked (mind you, we did not leave the house so we were within seconds to a bathroom; also, I kept reminding her to tell me when she has to go and would drop everything/be at her beckon call when she notified me she had to go). I agree, putting them in pull ups while they are awake confuses them; however, at night/naptime is completely different. and even drs say it can take to age 5 to get that completely phased (obviously there are things that can help there – limit evening drinks and/or wake them to go potty in the middle of the night). Good luck all…daughter was easy but heard it’s much harder for the boy and I’ve got a little son to do next.

    • debra says:

      As a mom of 5, 4 boys & 1 girl I let them do it at their own pace. With my boys I didn’t even start until almost 3. My little girl is almost 2 1/2 and goes #2 in the potty most of the time and has started to show interest in #1. You will save yourself a lot of frustration and laundry to let them do it when they are ready. Trust me, one day you will all miss changing their diapers. I know I will.

    • Ashley says:

      What worked for us with our son- we always let him in the bathroom when we went so he knew that is where you go potty. When we noticed he was not using the bathroom at night anymore we waited till the morning when we knew he would have to go and sat him on the potty. Once he went we made it such a huge big deal with celebrations, songs, candy, kisses, hugs, ect. For one week I stayed at his side and when I felt like it was his time to go I would take him and do the celebration over and over. When we got to the end of the week I had him tell us when he had to go. We made sure to remind him “Please remember to tell us if you have to go potty, ok?” When he had a accident we made sad faces and kept saying “Oh no, you have to pay attention. You can’t go in your diaper. That is gross.” and it only took two times of that and the next time when he had a accident he said “OH NO!!! OH NOOOOOO!!!!!” The next day and then on, no accidents.

    • Ashley says:

      What worked for my daughter- A few weeks before we started we got her a pretty pink potty. We put a HUGE bow on it and said it was her birthday present for being a big girl. We took her in everyday so she could see it. The one thing she was not allowed to do was sit on it. Only on her birthday!! Then the morning of her birthday she was so excited to run into the bathroom and sit on it. It worked instantly for pooping but she still had a problem with peeing. That was till I got tired of it and made her wear panties. Once she peed on herself it stopped in a day.

      • shayIL says:

        Same here, my mom said she bought me ruffled panties. She says she told me if I didn’t go to the potty, I would mess them up and have to take them off. I’ve been potty trained ever since lol.

  • Amy says:

    I am having trouble with the website. is any one elts having trouble?

  • Sarah says:

    I saw pull ups 50% off at Safeway today.

  • Katie says:

    On the $2 off coupon on the pull ups website it says do not double. Does that mean I can’t use two of these coupons in the same transaction?

    • Shayla says:

      No, it says do not double in case a retailer has no limit on the doubling (although I still think it’s not right that a manufacturer can determine that one!). I did notice though that although it allows you to print 2, the same ID code is the same on both coupons (unlike Bricks and Smartsource that have different ID codes) and it clearly states only 1 coupon per household per month =( Pays to have grandparents that will print out extras in circumstances like these…haha!

      • Amy says:

        I noticed that too! Tomarow im going to print of a different computer and see if the numbers are different my cvs is strict on duplicate coupons wich is a really good thing!

        • Shayla says:

          as long as you have different email addesses, you should be able to print an additional coupon. both our parents do it for me all the time =)

  • Maria says:

    Yayy!! Have 2 coupons from the Huggies rewards a while back for a free pack of Huggies!! This should make for a moneymaker! Diapers were always so hard on our budget until I started couponing :) Thanx Collin!!

  • christina says:

    could you buy the diapers in seperate transations in order to use a cvs and manufactur coupon for each pack?

  • Julie says:

    If I purchase $60 worth of products will it spit out two $10 rewards, or do I have to have two separate transactions?

  • Lori says:

    Where do you get the beauty magazine?

  • Annadm says:

    I’m using the pampers coupons from coupons.com to get 3 packs for $5 each. Im not a big fan of huggies but I think 50% is a pretty good deal

  • Jennifer says:

    I saw this a couple days ago and printed out 3 of the CVS coupons; I want to get 3 packs of pull-ups…I’ve read over the coupons many times and nowhere do I see one per customer…where does it say limit one? It even let me print the normal 2 per computer.

  • Susan says:

    The Huggies website stinks! So difficult to log in and use!

  • auroranibori says:

    Was at Safeway last night with a friend and we found clearance diapers there (Pampers for the most part) and with coupons (and clearance) she ended up saving $7 on them! I am showing her this post too! :)

  • crystal says:

    i have two $2.50 off manufacturer coupons for pull ups that i will use with the CVS pull up coupons for this deal tomorrow. also have a $2 off huggies movers as well. looking forward to stocking up on some diapers. thanks collin

  • sarah says:

    just a side note… our cvs had CVS brand diapers 50% off on clearance. A box of 72 diapers was only $8.

  • Kristen Sharp says:

    Can you use the ECB card for that purchase or is it only good for future purchases? New at couponing!

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