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Target offers a $25 Target Gift Card for Free with qualifying Baby Diapers, Wipes, Infant Formula & Baby Food Purchases of $100 or more. Shipping is free, otherwise you may select store pickup if available. Thanks persian_mafia

Note, the $25 Target Gift Card will be added to cart automatically with orders of $100 or more in qualifying items.

Example Categories:Target Stores [Store Locator] also offers a $25 Target Gift Card for Free with qualifying Baby Diapers, Wipes, Infant Formula & Baby Food Purchases of $100 or more with Mobile Coupon. For coupon to be delivered to phone, text SAVE to TARGET (827438).
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  • Target REDcard entitles you to 5% off most items, free shipping for online orders, and an extended return period.

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Find this coupon in the Cartwheel app or text SAVE to TARGET (827438)

Select items include: Diapers, Baby Food, Wipes, Infant Formula & Training Pants, Baby Toiletries.

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you can also use coupons to bring the cost down as well. you can use the same coupon but they have codes on them so you have to have three different ones of the same coupon printed out or from different ads.

so as an example if you do coupons.com they may limit you to two you can clip. it will print out two coupons but a code on them will differ slightly. you can print a third by using someone else's account or phone number. that will be slightly different from the previous two.

as another example say the Sunday paper has a coupon. you can't just copy that and provide three of the same coupon. you need to get another Sunday ad and take the coupon from there. again the code will be slightly different.

sorry that was long but a bunch of people complain target would not take the coupon more than once but they printed it out three times etc. they print three copies of one coupon is the problem and all three have the same code.
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i just recently found out that you can get this even if using WIC or foodstamps to pay.
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i just recently found out that you can get this even if using WIC or foodstamps to pay.
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Is there a link of the source of all this information?
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i just recently found out that you can get this even if using WIC or foodstamps to pay.
you can also use coupons to bring the cost down as well. you can use the same coupon but they have codes on them so you have to have three different ones of the same coupon printed out or from different ads.

so as an example if you do coupons.com they may limit you to two you can clip. it will print out two coupons but a code on them will differ slightly. you can print a third by using someone else's account or phone number. that will be slightly different from the previous two.

as another example say the Sunday paper has a coupon. you can't just copy that and provide three of the same coupon. you need to get another Sunday ad and take the coupon from there. again the code will be slightly different.

sorry that was long but a bunch of people complain target would not take the coupon more than once but they printed it out three times etc. they print three copies of one coupon is the problem and all three have the same code.
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i just recently found out that you can get this even if using WIC or foodstamps to pay.
How can you use this with WIC or SNAP? My sister told me that cashiers didn't give her the gc during last promotion.
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As far as Pampers diapers, If you have prime then you could get better prices on Amazon. But without prime this may give you decent prices. Their pricing seems very strange - ex. for one month supply of Pampers diapers some sizes cost $26 and some other sizes cost $54. So, those with reasonable prices should give you a decent price considering gift card (not as good as front page prime deals, but close enough).
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How can you use this with WIC or SNAP? My sister told me that cashiers didn't give her the gc during last promotion.
i didn't have any problem last time and the cashier was the one who told me about it. I didn't know. You get the gift card before you even choose a payment method. Just have them scan the coupon before you pay.
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i didn't have any problem last time and the cashier was the one who told me about it. I didn't know. You get the gift card before you even choose a payment method. Just have them scan the coupon before you pay.
So cashiers have to scan the coupon then give them the WIC checks and scan the items?
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With the $25 GC, is this a good deal?
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Dont think so.
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prices seem okay.
compared huggies snug and dry size 3 which is on target for $29.XX (plus 5% off S&S) and on amazon for $26.24 plus 20% off if you have amazon family.

so i guess its a wash since you have to spend $100 on target to get $25 giftcard, which is in essence 25% off.
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prices seem okay.
compared huggies snug and dry size 3 which is on target for $29.XX (plus 5% off S&S) and on amazon for $26.24 plus 20% off if you have amazon family.

so i guess its a wash since you have to spend $100 on target to get $25 giftcard, which is in essence 25% off.
It's actually 20% off you pay $100 and get $125 worth of stuff (20% off $125 is $100)
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It's actually 20% off you pay $100 and get $125 worth of stuff (20% off $125 is $100)
I think it's 25% off. If you pay with $100 gc to buy $100 worth of stuff and then get $25 gc back, in effect you have used $75 from the original gc.
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So cashiers have to scan the coupon then give them the WIC checks and scan the items?
Wic in florida is on a ebt like card, no more checks. You just have cashier scan like normal, hand over all coupons, then pay. Wic and foodstamps tell you to take advantage of sales and bogo offers to help stretch your benefits!
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