I am excited about all of the Huggies Coupons… but couldn’t they have released them all at the same time instead of sparatically over a 24 hour period??
After this post, you SHOULD have 8 Huggies Diaper Coupons printed, 2 Little Swimmers Printed and 4 Wipes Coupons printed!
Huggies now has a two different $2.00 off two Wipes Coupons out! Definitely print out your two copies of each of those! Even without a sale, $1.00 off Wipes, is a killer deal!
There is also a NEW $4.00 off 2 Huggies Coupon out too! (Thanks Coupon Katarina for this one)
Plus, print off the $3.00 Coupon (It was on their Facebook Page.)
Plus, remember that you can print out TWO $3.00 off Huggies Diapers Coupons AND there is a $1.50 off Huggies Little Swimmers Coupon too!
Now… a little information about Diaper Prices. I have seen a bunch of comments about people not knowing what is a good deal on diapers. Or, whether they should be buying the Kirkland Brand at Costco or another Warehouse store, or if using Coupons at someplace else makes them cheaper.
Here is my advice about Diaper Prices:
In most cases, you will want to use the Highest Value Coupon on the Smallest package of diapers that you can. That is a good way to ensure that you are getting your diapers for the cheapest price. However, there may be times when a larger box of diapers is on price cut or clearance and can be a better deal than the smaller box. So keep that in mind.
The MOST important thing to figure out is– How much does each diaper end up costing me?!
Subtract any coupons you have from the cost of the package of diapers.
Then, divide by the number of diapers in the package.
That will tell you how much each diaper is costing you.
The goal is to get that number as low as possible.
The goal is also to stock up when prices are incredibly cheap, if your budget allows and you have printed out the coupon links I gave you previously. Many times the coupons will be gone for about a week and then the sale will come out. Unless you have printed the coupons previously, you will not be able to grab the great in store deal!
You may find that because of whatever the store sales are for the week that the Kirkland brand of diapers and a Costco coupon end up being cheaper per diaper. However, when we get HUGE Coupons like the $3.00 off Huggies Coupons we received, you will find that it is usually cheaper per diaper to use the coupons at a regular store that is having a sale.
I hope that helps clear up confusion about diaper prices for all of you! Now make sure you print off all 14 Coupons!
i have found that it is much cheaper to buy the smaller huggies pkg's at walmart ($8.99 A PKG) along with a coupon. even with coupons at costco i still think it is cheaper to stock up on smaller pkgs with coupons. with 2 kids in diapers i try to get them the cheapest way possible!
Melea,What is your price point you try to go for on diapers. The last few packages I have bought have ended up around 10-15 cents a diaper which is better than Sam's or Costco..but I was just wondering what a good price point is?Thanks
Brooke-It is hard to say what a definite price point is for diapers because it is a necessity. It's not like you are going to choose to not buy them, if you need them. I think anywhere between 10- 13 cents is a great goal to shoot for. But then again, some weeks, you have to spend more if you are out! 🙂
I'm stuck at work where I only have a black & white printer, do you know if the coupons have to be in color to be accepted?
Black and white is perfect! That is what I do.
YAY!! Thanks Melea!
There is actually two diaper coupons on coupons.com. One for $3.00 off little snugglers and one for $3.00 off the snug and dry. The little snugglers one was not there yesterday.
Chris and Meghan
I was only able to print one of each of the wipes coupons, not two, before it said the print limit was reached.
Nate and Emily
I went to Harmons because their huggies are on for $7.99- pretty great price for Huggies, but when I got up to pay, they told me they don't accept internet coupons over $2.00 anymore. The manager told me that I was going to start seeing that everywhere pretty soon… hope thats not really the case, its so nice to find great coupons like this for something we have to buy!
Going through the Smart Source booklet I received in the Sunday paper today, I clipped another Huggies Little Swimmers coupon. Are all of these manufacturers coupons stackable?
I'm not sure if this is really corect but it seems for every size you go up in diapers you need to add about 1 cent per diaper. My son wears size 6 and I could not for the life of me get them even close to .12 cents. Does this sound right?
Nick and Kim
I've noticed the same thing with diapers for my son. The amount of diapers per package changes as they get bigger you get less, but the prices stay the same. My son is in size 4 diapers and the best I've ever gotten them for is 18 cents a piece. I always use coupons and try to get the best deal. What am I doing wrong?