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Target offers a $30 Target Gift Card for Free with qualifying Baby Diapers, Wipes, Gerber Baby Food, Training Pants & Baby Toiletries Purchase of $100 or more. Offer valid using in store Order Pickup, Drive Up or Same Day Delivery. Thanks persian_mafia

Note, the $30 Target Gift Card will be added to cart automatically with orders of $100+ in qualifying items. Look for items that show "Spend $100 get a $30 gift card with same-day services".

Example Categories: Target Stores [Store Locator] also offers a $30 Target Gift Card for Free with qualifying Baby Diapers, Wipes, Gerber Baby Food, Training Pants & Baby Toiletries Purchase of $100 or more via the Target App (Android or iOS) when you follow the steps below.

Note, coupon is one-time use only.

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  1. Open the Target App (Android or iOS)
  2. Select your wallet
  3. Take the option to "Show extra offers"
  4. Look for the offer.
  5. Click on the "+" to add the offer to your account
  6. The coupon will apply in-store at checkout on qualifying purchase when you present the barcode via the Target App.
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Offer will be valid In-stores & available at Target.com when you choose order pickup or drive up services at checkout. (find this offer in wallet in the Target app Starting Sunday)

Select items include: Baby Diapers, Wipes, Gerber Baby Food, Training Pants & Baby Toiletries

Link [target.com] (Valid starting Sunday)

Use your Target REDcard [target.com] to save an additional 5% off

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We found them to be fine, we currently use pampers. But for the same price on huggies and kirkland with that deal, I'd go with huggies. We had less issues with the higgies. Not saying the kirkland brand is a bad option but at same price, I go with huggies.
We recently used both back to back, same size. The huggies were great; the Kirkland felt damp on the outside and made our baby's cloths feel a bit damp after a heavy pee. Not "leakage" but like the entire diaper felt a bit damp on the outside.
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How to Huggies compare to Costco own kierland brand daipers
Costco only sells two brands of diapers, Kirkland and Huggies.
Huggies makes the Kirkland diapers under costco's private label.
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Nice deal
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The catch with Target's Redcard 15% s&s discount is that it cannot be used in-store. Often the cartwheel offers for diapers etc are not valid online either. This means you have to choose either the s&s discount or printable mfr coupons.

So, if the value of the mfr coupon or cartwheel offer is higher than 10% of the price, it makes sense to shop in-store.
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target deal or Costco, which one is better ?
As mentioned, the costco huggies are "plus" so theyre actually thicker and more absorbent. I only buy these from costco now.
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As a new dad, i want to stock up some. So, I think it is making no sense to buy 3 pack of size 1. Am i right? Should I buy 2 pack of size 1 and one of size 2?I'm not seeing any newborn size
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As a new dad, i want to stock up some. So, I think it is making no sense to buy 3 pack of size 1. Am i right? Should I buy 2 pack of size 1 and one of size 2?I'm not seeing any newborn size
for large pack for example 194 per pack in Costco you can buy 2 packs of each size
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I think it is going to stack with baby registry program as well. That is going to be good
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Sighs, and I literally just bought over $100 worth of diapers before seeing this... and used up the 10% as well.
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As a new dad, i want to stock up some. So, I think it is making no sense to buy 3 pack of size 1. Am i right? Should I buy 2 pack of size 1 and one of size 2?I'm not seeing any newborn size
I mever use newborn size. They grow out of size 1 very quickly too.
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I became a huge Target fan after having a kid. I used Costco much less than I thought I would. With Target's 15% off for subscriptions or other deals, I've found myself skipping the Costco kids section altogether.

Huggies makes Kirkland and Amazon brand diapers but they are not the same.
Target Up&Up store brand subscriptions for "bulk" packs (sizes 3-5) and "super" packs (all sizes) are the best deal.
The wet indicator on the Target brand isn't as clear as on Huggies and Pampers but you become a pro reader soon enough.
A baby's rate of growth slows over time so they'll spend the least time with NB diapers, if at all, and the most time in the larger sizes. Their daily diaper usage will fall over time too.

"Sensitive" wipes are very smooth and wet but not always necessary. Kirkland regular wipes are the roughest and driest. You can save money by alternating between regular and sensitive.

Kirkland formula in-store price was lower than online price. Target also makes store brand Similac (Up&Up Advantage) and Enfamil (Up&Up Infant). With a subscription, also the best deal. Kirkland, Similac, Enfamil, and the Target copycats all worked equally well. The "gentle" formulas did not. I think they're faster digesting so she was constantly hungry.
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I wonder if baby Aquaphor is included in this promotion
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What the heck? Did someone merge a Target thread with a Costco one or something?
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How do Huggies compare to Costco own kierland brand daipers
In out experience Huggies especially the Costco ones held longer and better than any other brand.
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