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If you have a baby at home, you know there is no such thing as having too many diapers. They’re something you should always keep around because no one wants to run out at 2 a.m.!
If you need to replenish your stock of diapers, Target is offering a deal you will not want to miss.
Now through June 8, Target is giving out a free $10 gift card when you purchase two select diapers and wipes products, including Pampers.
Even better, now through July 6, you’ll find digital manufacturer coupons in the Target app for Pampers diapers and wipes, too!
You can also get some cash back if you download the Ibotta app. Ibotta gives you rebates in the form of gift cards once you take a picture of your receipt with certain items on it.
You can combine the coupons and rebates on Ibotta and Target, as they are two totally separate apps.
In all, there are seven coupons to choose from, ranging in savings from 50 cents for Pampers/Luvs wipes to $3 for Pampers Training UnderJam. You can even get some Pampers Splashers Diapers for $2 off if you’re headed to the pool.
The Ibotta rebates expire on different dates, from June 17 to July 4, so be sure to check the dates before you use them. They include $4 cash back when you buy Pampers Cruisers 360 FIT Diapers in select sizes, $3 cash back when you buy Pampers Cruisers diapers and $3 cash back when you buy Pampers Swaddlers boxed diapers.
While the coupons in the Target app are single-use, you can use the Ibotta rebates up to five times.
Here’s one example of a deal you could get: Go to the store and buy one box of the 360 Fit diapers ($24.99) and one box of Pampers Cruisers diapers ($24.99). After the manufacturer’s coupons from the Target app, you’ll pay $43.98.
Then, you’ll get a free $10 Target gift card for your purchase. If you use the Ibotta rebates after that, you’ll receive another $7 back from the two boxes, meaning the final cost is $26.98 or $13.49 each. That’s a savings of $11.50 per box, or $23 total.
Sounds like a discount worth using if you have little ones around. Will you be taking advantage of this deal and stocking up on some Pampers diapers?