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*HOT* $5 off $30 Baby Care CVS Coupon (Huggies Jumbo Packs $1.85 OR LESS)

by Addicted to Saving on September 23, 2013

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cvs-couponOkay you guys – CVS is literally throwing coupons at us right now!  For those of you who complain to me that it is impossible to get deals on diapers, I can tell you that not only is it possible but since Asher has been home (5 weeks now), I’ve stocked up on enough diapers to last at least 5 months (if not more)!

When you go to CVS to take advantage of the Huggies deal below, make sure you scan your ExtraCare card at the Red Coupon Machine.  My friend Janna told me she got this coupon so today I was eager to see if I would.  Sure enough, the Red Coupon Machine spit out this beautiful $5 off $30 Baby Care coupon that goes PERFECTLY with $3 ECBs they emailed out this morning and their current Huggies deal!

Below is an awesome deal you can get on Huggies Diapers:

Deal: Receive $5 ECBs When You Spend $20 OR Receive $10 ECBs  When You Spend $30 on Huggies and Desitin Products

Scenario One: If you have access to two computers

Buy 3 Huggies Jumbo Pack Diapers $9.49
Buy 1 Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, $2.99
Minus three $2.50/1 Huggies Diapers (You must login/register for your PickUpTheValues account. Share with your Facebook, Twitter or email friends and the coupon values will increase)
OR
Minus three $2/1 Huggies Little Movers, Little Snugglers or Overnites Diapers 9/22/13 SS INsert
Minus one one $1.00/1 Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder Coupon
Minus one $5 off $30 CVS Baby Care Coupon
Minus one $3 ECBs CVS emailed coupon
Total Due: $14.96
Receive $10 ECBs, makes each pack of diapers $1.65 and the J&J/Desitin FREE!

**You will get an even better deal if you use have the $3/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diaper Pants CVS Store coupon (zip 62946).  Coupon is no longer available.

Scenario Two: If you have access to one computer

Buy 3 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Jumbo Pack Diapers $9.49
Buy 1 Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder, $2.99
Minus two $2.50/1 Huggies Diapers
Minus one $2.00/1 Huggies Little Movers or Little Snugglers or 9/22/13 SS Insert
Minus one one $1.00/1 Johnson & Johnson Coupon
Minus one $5 off $30 CVS Baby Care Coupon
Minus one $3 ECBs CVS emailed coupon
Total Due: $15.46
Receive $10 ECBs, makes each pack of diapers $1.82 and the J&J/Desitin FREE!

**You will get an even better deal if you use have the $3/1 Huggies Little Movers Slip-On Diaper Pants CVS Store coupon (zip 62946).  Coupon is no longer available.

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amanda September 23, 2013 at 1:24 pm

Can you help me understand how this works? All my huggie coupons state “cannot be combined with any other coupon/offer” (something like that). Publix has pointed that out and refused to let me use them with a store coupon. Is CVS more lenient?

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Stefanee September 23, 2013 at 4:33 pm

I do have the same question as Amanda. I printed out the coupons from pick up the values and they say only one coupon per purchase and cannot be combined with any other coupons.

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Michele September 24, 2013 at 10:36 am

@ Amanda and Stefanee: When a coupon states that, it just means that you have to fulfill what the coupon says. If you buy 3 packs of diapers, you can use 3 mfr coupons. However, the $3/1 Huggies Little Mover slip on CVS coupon states “one coupon per customer”, so you can only use one of the CVS ones. You can use the CVS coupon in conjunction (stacking) with the mfr coupons.
My question is how to print more than 2 of the same mfr coupon from the pickupthevalues website. I am using two computers, but you have to log in to access the coupons. I even re-shared the deals to get the higher value coups, but when I went to print my other 2 (from the 2nd computer), they were no longer on the screen to select. I think because you have to log in, they keep track of how many you print, no matter if you try to print more from a 2nd computer.
So, I plan to just use a different Huggies coupon to purchase the 3rd pack, since I cannot select the same coupon on my other computer to print more…

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Addicted to Saving September 24, 2013 at 10:43 am

Hi Michele! I was able to print four of the higher value pickupthevalues coupons by creating an account for my hubby on my second computer :) After I shared the deals with hubby’s FB friends (fortunately hubby loves couponing as much as I do so he didn’t mind), I was able to print out the coupons.

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Mel September 24, 2013 at 11:05 am

Just wondering if you’ve never bought baby items from CVS would the red coupon machine still print the $5 off $30?

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