What I'm Buying - Target 11/28

Monday, November 28, 2011
More diaper deals at Target this week. Buy 3 boxes of the participating brands (Huggies or Pampers) and get a $10 Target gift card.

I also lucked out and found some Target store coupons to stack with some manufacturer coupons, for a total of almost 50% off the diapers!

Each store varies just a little in how they accept the store coupons - mine accepts two of the same Target coupon. Because I actually had two different types of Target store coupons, I was able to do two sets of three by buying 2 of one kind and 1 of another in each transaction.

Here's how I did it:

Transaction 1


(2) "boxes" Huggies Little Movers SlipOn diapers, on sale 19.79 (14.79 after coupons)
(1) box Huggies Snug & Dry diapers, on sale 19.79 (15.79 after coupons)

I used (2) 3.00/1 coupons for the SlipOn diapers (see single-page Walmart Huggies ad with coupons in 11/27 newspaper), (1) 2.00/1 coupon for the Snug&Dry diapers (see single-page Walmart Huggies ad with coupons in the newspaper a few weeks ago), (2) 2.00/1 Target store coupon for the SlipOn diapers (see LINK HERE), and (1) 2.00/1 Target store coupon for any Huggies 48+ count pkg (see coupons at Target.com).

I also used a Catalina coupon from my trip last week, good for $5 off a $50 Target in-store purchase.

Total: $43.00 + $10 gift card


Transaction 2


(1) Huggies Snug&Dry diapers, on sale 19.79 (15.79 after coupons)
(1) Huggies Little Snugglers diapers, on sale 19.79 (15.79 after coupons)
(1) Huggies Little Movers SlipOn diapers, on sale 19.79 (14.79 after coupons)

I used (1) 3.00/1 coupon for the SlipOn diapers (see single-page Walmart Huggies ad with coupons in 11/27 newspaper), (1) 2.00/1 coupon for the Snug&Dry diapers (see single-page Walmart Huggies ad with coupons in the newspaper a few weeks ago), (1) 2.00/1 coupon for the Little Snugglers (from a product mailer), (1) 2.00/1 Target store coupon for the SlipOn diapers (see LINK HERE), and (2) 2.00/1 Target store coupon for any Huggies 48+ count pkg (see coupons at Target.com).

I also used the $10 gift card from the first transaction.

Total: $39.34 + $10 gift card

Factoring in the final gift card, the net total was $72.34 for 6 boxes of diapers, making them $12.06 each!

[In order to have enough store coupons for two of these transactions, you'll need to have two computers, to print two of each store coupon, for a total of 4 each.]

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