Target Diaper Deal: Get A $10 Gift Card When You Buy Two Packs Of Diapers At Target

Tell your friends and family who may need to stock up.

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It’s no secret: Babies are expensive.

That’s why when we find deals on baby gear (like diapers), we try our best to pass them along to you as soon as possible.

When you’re a new mom or dad, every dollar counts.

Target is running a promotion we told you about last month: When you buy two packs of diapers, you’ll score a $10 gift card, which is perfect if you regularly shop at Target and you know you’ll use the gift card before it can get lost in the junk drawer.

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Some of the diaper brands included in this deal are: Pampers, Luvs, Huggies, Pull-Ups, and GoodNite.

This deal ends Jan. 13, so you have a few days to take advantage or share with the growing families in your circle!

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This deal appears to be good both in stores and online, as we found it in Target’s weekly print ad as well.

Here are a few of the products included in this deal. Happy shopping!

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Pampers Swaddlers

These Pampers Swaddlers qualify for the deal. You can buy a pack of 100 for $24.29.

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Huggies Snug & Dry

These Huggies Snug & Dry diapers also qualify. This pack comes with 148 diapers for $24.29.

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GoodNites

These GoodNites training pants are also included and priced at $22.49.

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Luvs Diapers Value Pack

This Luvs diapers value pack comes with 92 diapers for $22.49.

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Another Baby Deal

Interested in other ways to save?

When you sign up for Walmart’s baby box subscription service, you’ll get to sample tons of baby products, delivered right to your door. The box is free but you do have to pay a $5 shipping fee.

Once you sign up, you’ll receive your first box in two weeks, according to Walmart.

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As your baby grows, you’ll get another box as they enter each new life stage!

They’re also looking for feedback on the products they send you and are asking new parents to share their thoughts on social media with the hashtag #WalmartBaby.

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