Huggies Santa Diapers $3 at Toys R Us!

Huggies Santa Diapers

Right now you can grab an amazing deal on Huggies Little Movers Diapers. You can get their new Santa Diapers for just $5 a package at Toys R Us.


If you combine the sale with a $2/1 Huggies coupon from the 11/20 Smart Source insert you can get these for only $3 a package!


A big thanks to our reader, Heather for the heads up!

Babies “R” Us/Toys “R” Us: Huggies Jean Diapers for as low as $3 Per Package (September 9-10, 2011)


September 9-10, 2011, you can score Huggies Jeans diapers for as low as $3 per package. Here’s how:

Buy one package of Huggies Jeans diapers at $5 per package
Use $2/1 Huggies Diapers coupon from the 8/14 SmartSource insert (some inserts only had $1.50/1 or $1/1)
$3 per package after coupon!

The stores will likely run out of diapers early tomorrow (9/9), but don’t forget that you can price-match this price at Walmart or Target too!

Thanks, Stephanie for the heads up!

Toys ‘R’ Us: Huggies Pure and Natural Diapers for as Low as $1 Per Package!

Huggies Pure and Natural

Through the end of the day today only  you can get a great deal on Huggies Pure & Naturals!  You can get two packages of Huggies Pure and Natural diapers at Toys R’ Us or Babies R’ Us for just $2 after coupons and store gift card!  I recommend calling your store to check availability before attempting to get this deal as many stores are already sold out.

Here’s the deal:

Buy 2 packages of Huggies Pure and Natural at $5 each
Use 2 $1.50/1 Huggies Diapers from the 7/17 SmartSource insert
Spend $7 plus tax out of pocket, Get a $5 gift card back for Toys ‘R’ Us or Babies ‘R’ Us
=$1 per package after coupons and gift card

This offer is valid today only, July 25, 2011.

If you’re not able to find a store with these in stock, don’t forget that you can price match the $5 per package price at Walmart today and use two $1.50/1 coupons to get these diapers for $3.50 per package.  This is still a great deal and Walmart is likely to have a larger stock of diapers on hand because not every shopper is savvy like you and knows Walmart’s ad-matching policy. : )