Thursday, February 3, 2011

New Huggies Coupons

There are currently two good Huggies coupons on


$2/1 Huggies Little Snuggler or Little Movers Diapers

$0.50/1 Huggies Baby Wipes


  1. there is a 75c/1 huggie wipe coupon on its a a MFC coupon so you can use it anywhere. :)

    Also, are you doing CVS scenarios still?

  2. Challice,

    Thank You!!!! Wipes are one thing I never seem to be able to stock enough of. Good diaper sales just seem to come around more often than good wipe sales.

    I am not currently doing CVS scenarios (although I'm always willing to head over there if there is something really good - ie. what's the scoop?). Rite Aid just seemed to get more labor intensive (to put together the deals; and they seem to have more hidden deals now). I couldn't do both WELL. So, I dropped CVS.

    However, based on the feedback I received, I know that many people said that the CVS scenarios were very helpful. Debbie will be taking CVS over for me soon. She just moved (that's why you haven't seen any posts from her recently). I'll be excited to see CVS again on this blog as I know that I've been missing out on deals.

    Anyway, a long answer to a short question. : )
    By the way, it's good to have you back from vacation. Things were TOO quiet around here (not saying that you are loud - just that a lot of the "commenting folk" took a break/vacation. : )


  3. LOL!

    Well, we'll be taking a three hour trip every week for hubby's appt and right across the st from the dr office is a CVS! :) So... since I have one hour to kill..

    bad thing s that the dont have any shopping carts :P

  4. : ) And of course, who would want to waste the perfect opportunity for an hour of shopping? He, he.

    Yeah, no carts would be a draw back. Two weeks ago (when I went to every Rite Aid I could think of . . . okay not quite) I took all 3 of my kids in a Rite Aid with no shopping carts. It turned out a lot better than I thought it would. My 4 year old and my 2 year old each got to hold their own shopping basket while I balanced the 1 year old on my hip. I purchased an even number of items - ie. "Isaiah you can put 1 toilet paper in your basket and Josiah you can put 1 in your basket." They both thought that it was a great game. That Rite Aid was the highlight of the day. "Can we go back please, Mommy?" Still it was more work for me . . .