Huggies GoodNites Value Packs Only $15.49 After Target Gift Card + More

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Through October 27th, score a FREE $10 Target Gift Card when you purchase two select Huggies, Pampers, GoodNites, Seventh Generation, & Pull-Ups Baby Diaper items.

If you are shopping online, select items qualify for Subscribe & Save, meaning you will save an additional 5% off and receive free shipping!

If you’re shopping in store, pair the gift card offer with printable coupons and cash back offers to score a nice deal!

Target In-Store Deal Ideas (Through 10/27):

Buy two Huggies GoodNites Value Packs $24.99 each
Total = $49.98
Use two $2/1 Goodnites printable coupons found here or here
Pay $45.98
Get a $10 Target Gift Card
Get back $5 via Ibotta when you buy one GoodNites Underwear (limit 1, exp 11/29)
Final cost $30.98 total – just $15.49 each!


Buy two Huggies Super Packs $24.99 each
Total = $49.98
Use two $1/1 Huggies Diapers printable coupons found here or here
Pay $47.98
Get a $10 Target Gift Card
Final cost $37.98 total – just $18.99 each!


Target Online Deal Idea:

Buy two Huggies Super Packs $24.99 each
Total = $49.98
Opt to Subscribe (5% off + free shipping)
Pay $47.90
Get a $10 Target Gift Card
Final cost $37.90 shipped – just $18.95 each!*

*REDcard users save an additional 15% on a baby subscription!


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Comments 5

  1. sara

    hi can someone tell me the difference between the goodnites and the pull ups? are they basically pull-ups you sleeping at night?

    • Haley

      I think the GoodNites are thicker and go up to bigger sizes/ages. They are targeted more towards older kids who still struggle with bedwetting.

  2. Beavis Johnson III

    Hello. We are printing Huggies coupons directly from the manufacturer’s website. When I take the coupons to Target, they will not scan. Thinking this was a printer resolution problem, I asked them to manually enter the coupons. The manager examined the coupons and refused to take them, saying there should be a bar code in the upper right corner. She said it was not a “real” coupon. I returned to Target a day later and asked a different manager to reprocess my order with the same coupons. She said the coupons were likely fraudulent, produced without the authorization of the manufacter. Again, she refused to accept them. She told me Target will probably take a loss when the manufacturer refuses to honor them. You win, Target. You won’t be losing $4 in “fraudulent” coupons printed directly from the Huggies website and you won’t have to deal with me in your store.

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      I’m so sorry that happened!

    • Beavis Johnson III

      Update: I went to a different Target and had absolutely no trouble using coupons printed from the Huggies website. The checkout scanners accepted the exact same printed coupons. The customer service team at the first Target (where the coupons were refused) needs training! We were down to the last Pull Up, so I’m thankful it worked.

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