Target will give you a $25 gift card when you spend $100 on baby essentials

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Target is having a huge sale on all things baby this week, which means you can score big savings if you’re a new parent or if you know someone who recently delivered a bundle of joy!

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You can score a free $25 gift card when you spend $100 on baby essentials at Target. This deal includes things like baby food, diapers, wipes, formula and toiletries.

This super pack of Pampers Swaddlers is on the list for $24.29, plus they come in sizes newborn through size 6.

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This deal is good both in stores and online. Target will also give you the option of purchasing your items online, then picking them up in store!

Here’s another great deal you can take advantage of from Target this week: spend $20 on select baby clothes and get a $5 gift card.

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They’re also having a sale on car seats right now, and they’re offering markdowns on strollers, too.

Who wouldn’t want this adorable Disney umbrella stroller for $22.49?

 

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Or this double stroller from J is for Jeep, which would be perfect for growing families. It’s on sale for $64.79, down from the regular price of $99.99.

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Plus, Target is currently doing its car seat trade-in event, which will help you save even more. When you bring in your old car seat to be recycled, you’ll get a coupon good for 20 percent off your next car seat purchase at Target. Pretty sweet!

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The car seat trade-in event was so popular when Target held one in April that the retailer collected over 80,000 car seats, which equates to more than one million pounds of materials being kept out of landfills.

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